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Pojo's Pokemon Card of the Day


Thanks to Birgir for the 
Card Scan Today

Name: Corsola - Neo Discovery

Pojo's Average Rating -
Standard: 1.67 (based on 5 reviews)
Modified: 1.70
(based on 5 reviews)
Draft: 2.75
(based on 2 reviews)
Reviewed February 15, 2002

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


Corsola would almost be good if it had another 10 hp. It would be good if it had 20 more. As it is, it's just one more piece of uninspiring 50 hp newbie fodder. However, it is not without some uses. You could load it with Metals and stall with Recover, but there are better stall cards around.

In standard, it will get run roughshod over. 1.5/5, with the .5 because it has a 1 energy recover attack.

In modified, it's about the same. 1.5/5 here too. 
In limited, it's slightly better. 2/5.


Another mediocre card.

Just short on hip points, high energy cost, flippy attack. Another near miss.

But again, in Draft, a card to take. It can last a long time against low damage attacks and a 60 HP Basic is good in draft. Once you power it up, it will do some damage.

Standard: 2/5
Modified: 2/5
Draft: 3.5/5



Standard: Not any better than Stantler. I really hate 2-type cards, so there is not much to say. (Rating: .5)

Modified: Would make a great deck with Stantler You could call it the: Why did they make me deck. Dont play it. =/

(Rating: .5) 

---OVERALL: .5--- -TJ


Another of these boring no use "I have no friends" cards. I'd give it a rating of "=/" but I don't think thats a number 1-5. -_- Seriously, if you start using this card, I'll point and laugh. If you want a good card, use scyther. Use ditto. Use something other than this lousy good for nothing basic =/

Rating in standard - 1.5/5 - "=/"

Rating in modified - 1/5 - an even bigger "=/" Use qwilfish if you need a tech vs. fire :)

~ RaNd0m


No Review Today

Jeremy Borchardt

This card is under rated by many but its still not a great card.
Its not to bad in a fighting decks with its nice cheap attack.

Its not very good here but can still offer help Vs Typhlosion and Magmars.
I give it a 2.5/5

Due to the large amount of fire decks its very useful it can be tossed in Donfan or Giovanni's Machamp decks


Corsola in Standard
Corsola's first attack (Recover, costing a Water) lets you remove all damage counters from Corsola by discarding a Water Energy. It could stall in some situations I guess, but it's low HP and weakness to grass (Scyther being in most decks) will have it flying to the discard pile in no time. Its second attack is Spike Cannon. For 2 Fighting Energy, you flip 2 coins. It does 30 damange times the number of heads. Meaning it has the potential of doing 60 damage for 2 Fighting Energy, 30 damage at the average. Fighting Energy (and Pokemon) are rarely seen anymore besides the splashable Tyrogue and Gligar. If you're looking for a splashable counter for Fire, please use Wooper instead... 1.5/5 in Standard.

Corsola in Modified
Grass is popular in Modified. Erika's Bellsprout is also teched into alot of decks. It's still a very weak card but it does have a few turns to do a little damage because Modified doesn't have Sneasel and other fast basics. 1.75/5 in Modified. Remember, Wooper >>> Corsola =/ is here to provide guidance to all Pokemon trainers out there.  Whether it's the Gameboy Game, N64 or the Trading Card Game, provides all the wisdom you desire. 

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