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Pojo's Pokemon Card of the Day

Pokemon Reversal -
Fire Red and Leaf Green

Date Reviewed: 9.08.04

Ratings & Reviews below

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

Pokemon Reversal

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. 

Thundachu Pokemon Reversal

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

Modified: 3/5

Draft: 2.5/5

Johnny Blaze
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.

The damage 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 here.

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 Im 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. 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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