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Pojo's Pokemon Card of the Day


Thanks to Birgir for the 
Card Scan Today

Name: Stantler - Neo

Pojo's Average Rating -
Standard: 1.63 (based on 4 reviews)
Modified: 1.65
(based on 4 reviews)
Draft: 3.33
(based on 3 reviews)
Reviewed February 13, 2002

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst.  3 ... average.  
5 is the highest rating.


Stantler is a sub-par basic colorless Pokemon. It's Jungle Tauros but without all the combos. I really can't give you a better description than that.

Standard: I give it a 2/5, considering it can do up to 30 first turn and confuse third turn. Meh.

Modified: 1.5/5. You'd be better off putting 2 or 3 energy on something better.

Limited: In limited, there's a shortage of good Haymaker types, and this one can substitute fairly well. 3/5


Stantler? Stantler? That thing with the horns? Does anyone use him in a deck? Well, stay tuned. If you are 15+, you just might...

Standard: Eh. Nothing special. His HP fall short of the magical 70 and there is nothing extra in his attack to make him interesting. Plus, he requires a lot of energy.


Modified: Still nothing worth putting into a deck. He offers nothing that other Pokemon don't do better and for less.


Draft: Hmmm. Well now. 60 HP is decent for a Draft Basic. The attacks are a bit costly, but you do get a chance at Confusion, which is always good in Draft. And he's colorless, which means that he is splashable. A safe pick for your deck.


Now, why do I say that if you are 15+ you might use it? Because WotC just announced that you will have to be able to Rochester Draft if you want to win any of the Professor free trips to the World Championship! Break out those boosters!


Standard: Basic, 60 HP, 2-retreat cost Not much to say There are better basics to play. Waste of cardboard.(Rating: 1)

Modified: All of the above. =/ (Rating: 1)

---OVERALL: 1--- ( Only got a 1 because I am in a good mood. J)


Stantler... which should just be called "Tauros on a bad day." It actually IS just like tauros, except for the second attack. It's really disturbing to look at though... HONESTLY. I think this card is crap... it could be good in no rares or draft, but not in any of the major formats.

Standard ~ 2/5

Modified ~ 2.5/5 - Basics that are strong are needed more here, but would you call this dude strong?

Draft ~ 4/5 - GREAT card here. =)


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