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Celio’s Network

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Date Reviewed: 08.05.05

Ratings & Reviews Summary
Unlimited: 1.5
Modified: 4.5
Limited: 4.5

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

Pidgeot5 Celio’s Network

Celio’s network is a card that every non-ex based modified deck should play at least 2 copies of. It will find any pokémon (except pokémon ex) from your deck and put it into your hand. This could be an evolution you need to start doing major damage or the basic to match the evolution card or cards in your hand. Either way it can turn the game around dramatically simply because you play Celio at the critical time and find what you are after, since after all it is pokémon that usually win a game. It is commonly used to search for Pidgeot which then allows you to search for yet another card (provided you can get Pidgeot into play that turn).

Unlimited: There are better options here, and unlike pokémon trader it cannot search for exs I wouldn’t play it, even in a non ex deck, still it would be okay to use if you were short on older cards.

Modified hl-on: This is where the card is abused, it is only overshadowed by Elm’s training method due to being able to search for exs and in dark based decks rocket’s pokéball is often used to either limit or even remove Celio from such a deck altogether because it has the speed advantage of not being a supporter. Aside that though every other deck should play 2 or 3, there is rarely a situation where Celio is not useful and if it comes to it he can be always used the card that Bill’s maintenance and later on TV reporter have to shuffle/discard so even then it’s useful.

Limited: Searching is of course very good here for exactly the same reasons as in modified. To find basics or an evolution that will change the flow of the game. It also let’s you see if that critical card you need to seal the game is in the prizes, deck searching is a very powerful tool in limited and there are very few choices that are better.

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