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Quagsire δ

EX Dragon Frontiers


Date Reviewed: 12.14.06

Ratings & Reviews Summary
Unlimited: 1
Modified: 2.12
Limited: 2.33

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

2006 World
Although its attack is decent, it is inferior to Kingler d's Prop-Up
Pinchers, which simply does more damage. In addition, Quagsire is grass,
arguably the weakest type in the format right now. Quagsire's only
advantage is its power, but getting tools in the first place is more of an
issue than recovering them. Stick with Kingler d.
Modified: 2.5/5

Very few tools are playable in unlimited, mainly because Strength Charm &
Buffer Piece are inferior to PlusPower & Defender, which have no "one per
Pokemon" limit.
Unlimited: 1/5

Pulling tools out of your packs will require luck, but drawing into them
would require even more luck. Because of this, you will usually not be able
to use Quagsire to its full potential.
Limited: 2/5

"Chuck" Brosseau
5th place Worlds 2006 (Also current "best looking player")
Quagsire d

Kinda weird seeing a GRASS Quagsire. Anyways, Dig-up is a useful Poke-Power. It guarantees that you’ll always have a Cessation Crystal when you need it. The attack isn’t bad either. Reminds me of something that should be in a “four corners” deck.

Unlimited: 1/5

Slow stage 1 that doesn’t really do anything special.

Modified: 3/5

Great for keeping your Cessation Crystals in play. The attack is also quite nice with DRE or Scramble. I could definitely see this card get some play.

Limited: 3/5

Nice attack and HP, but there wont be many tools to get back with the power.

My reviews and ratings are for Modified only.

Quagsire delta

Modified 2/5 - I think it's a bit too energy-intensive, and the damage output is 10 or 20 short of being really, really good. The Poke-Power is very useful combined with Cessation Crysal, but if you do this, you might as well run Muk from Legend Maker.

My name is Quagsire
My power is so cool
Cause when I use it
I Dig you Up a Tool

Unlimited: No good Tools here besides Focus Band.

Rating : 1/5

Modified: I once saw a deck around this with Slowking UF, Porygon 2 and a Unown engine.
Kinda funny to see although it didn’t work that good. This card just isn’t gonna make it in Modified .

Rating : 1/5

Limited: Could be good attacker especially when you have the Tools.

Rating : 2/5

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