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& Reviews below
Ratings are based
on a 1 to 5 scale
1 being the worst. 3 ... average.
5 is the highest rating.
Modified - 4/5 If it wasn't for the flip, it will be the good
old Gust of Wind - the most broken card ever.
Anyways, it's still incredibly good. It can win a lot of games.
(can lose a lot too...)
Limited - 5/5 It's even more valuable here. Sometimes, this card
makes the game 50/50 for you to win, instead of zero.
Overview: So it seems they changed the text again. Oh well. Like
all my trainer reviews, this one will be short. This one lets
you flip a coin, and if heads, choose one of your opponent's
benched and switch it with the defending. Your opponent gets to
pick the defending pokemon(but who really plays with more than 1
defending anyways ;/)
Unlimited: I suggest Gust of Wind here instead. No coin flip
needed, and does the exact same thing. 2/5
Pokemon Reversal – You no longer have
to choose which Pokemon before the flip so just flip away with
this card and hope for a heads. Really we have seen this card in
about 3 other sets now and make its way into fewer decks. I
think that this card will see more play once the Wotc sets get
rotated out. Some people say you need 4 in your deck to be
effective others say it is a waste of space. You decide.
counter is placed for each energy that you Rain. Note that the
Power lets you place one energy card at a time. You don't get to
place a whole bunch of cards in one step, bypassing the damage.
People may wind up placing the energy in one step, but that's a
shortcut, not how the power works.
Unlimited: 1/5 – Gust of Win(d) is so much better. No choice
Modified: 3/5 – Really the only trainer in this format to
provide a Gust of Win(d) effect. Sure there are Powers or
attacks that do so but this is the only trainer that does so on
a heads flip.
Limited: 3/5 – I’m giving it a 3 here because sometimes it will
win you the game. When the strategy in draft is to retreat an
injured Poke Reversal can win you those games sometimes.
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