Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.
Great Ball is a replacement for Dual Ball in most modified
decks. Getting any basic from your deck is a good deck thinner
Unlimited - I would rather use Pokemon Fan Club. Plus fan club
can get ex pokemon. 1/5
Modified - Most decks will still need dunsparce, but a few can
get by with great balls. 3/5
Limited - Yes take it, you need all the search you can get in
this format. 4/5
Great Ball Great Balls of Fire.
Sorry I had to do that. Once the Wotc get rotated out will this
trainer fill slots into decks? I think so here is why. Search
your deck for a basic, excluding EXs, and put it on your bench.
Sure Dunsparce can get 3. But with Great Ball being a
non-supporter you can possible play 4 and get away with it. Tech
in only 1 Basic? Then Great Ball it out your deck. Actually
there is really no drawback in using Great Ball other than it
takes up room on your roster for cards.
Unlimited: 3/5 I actually like this card in Unlimited. With
the 1st turn Rare Candy ruling just Great Ball out a Slowpoke
and viola Slowking 1st turn. You get the picture.
Modified: 4/5 Any basic (non-EX) out on 1st turn that you need
(assuming you are holding a GB) is just awesome. No more losing
by not having enough Basics. GB is great also in a swarm deck.
Limited: 5/5 GB is best used in this format. Get any basic
out. Usually the rarity of the Nintendo packs I have been with
like 2 Venomoths and only 1 Venonant. What is up with that?
Anyway just Great Bal out the basic that you are holding the evo.
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