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Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.
This card can be interesting the right deck. In
Unlimited/Modified, this probably won't be played as there are
better Draw Power. In Draft though, this could be one of the
better cards to draft.
In Unlimited, probably only used in Raindance decks. Rating: 1.5/5
In Modified, there are better cards out there. Rating: 1.8/5
In Draft, any kind of draw power is really good, especially in a
40-card deck. Rating: 4/5
We have yet another
Supporter from Aquapolis to review. This one lets you
get all Basic Energy cards from the first 6 cards of
your deck. Again, useful in the right deck.
Unlimited: I don't see much
use for this card in this format, honestly. First of
all, Basic Energy isn't played too much in Unlimited
anyway. Secondly, you usually don't need to get many
Basic Energies in your hand.
Modified: Again, this card
isn't too useful in this format either, except maybe
with Nu-Gatr (how I call the Riptide Gatr deck in
Modified). You Seer and Downpour the Water Energies you
get for Gatr to do more damage. Also, strangely enough,
the colorless Ho-oh from Neo 3 is seeing some play
recently in the pojo ladder in a variety of different
combos (I dunno if I started the Ho-oh craze... probably
yes :P). Since Ho-oh does more damage for each
differently-coloured Basic Energy attached to it, this
card could be a good TeCH card for it. I don't see any
other use for this card in Modified, so far at least.
Draft: Well, in Draft, it's
almost useless, since you rarely run into an Energy
drought in this format. You'll probably get your Basic
Energies through your once-per-turn card draw anyway.
Seer allows you to basically take all
the Basic Energy cards you can find if you draw six cards from the
deck. Besides being a Supporter, this card is very useful in decks
that depend on large amounts of Energies either attached to a
Pokemon or in the Discard Pile.
Unlimited - I think Satoshi
just wet himself. No, really, its all that water he managed to
draw on his third turn with Blastoise. However for everyone human
enough who has not touched 'Raindance' in years or knows even what
'Raindance' is, Seer just wont fit into your deck filled with
Special Energy cards (Darkness, Metal, Rainbow, Recycle) If you
find a use for it, its a great card. It is not a staple card to
share in all your other decks though. 2/5
Modified - Fans of Exeggutor
and Riptide Feraligatr will enjoy this addition to their decks if
they manage to fit it in. Both Legendary Collection Exeggutor and
the improved Aquapolis version will see some use in finding more
Energies. This really combos well with Aquapolis Juggler.
Additionally this could be a resource for decks running low on
Basic Energies but high on Special Energies. But the majority of
decks in this format are mono-colored, so I dont see much use for
it in that aspect. 2/5
Limited - Energy is the only
thing that is supplied in most limited events like drafts. So you
really should get those Energies in right before considering a
card that fixes that mistake of too few Energies. 1/5
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