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Snorlax lv. 35

Diamond & Pearl


Date Reviewed: 07.30.07

Ratings & Reviews Summary
Unlimited: 1.00
Modified: 2.00
Limited: 2.80

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

Steve Silvestro
2006 10th at Worlds

If you get lucky enough to catch an opponent with no switch cards you block a basic who is terrible and ZING. You win. 3/5

Snorlax Lv. 35 D&P
Dangit, another almost useless rare taking up my precious rare spot, oh well… Snorlax has always been known for massive HP and stall. This guy definitely has the high HP down, 100 HP is enough to survive a OHKO from almost anybody. But sadly, his attacks are lacking, and his massive retreat means havoc for faster decks. The first attack “block” is almost useless as most pokemon either a. don’t need to retreat or b. can use switch, warp point, etc… to retreat. His second attack looks ok once you think about it, 4 colorless for 70 if he’s evolved from Munchlax? Sounds goo… wait… only 40 if he’s not evolved?!?! And then he puts himself to sleep? Nope, no good.
Pros –
Massive HP
Cons –
Expensive attacks
4 retreat
OHKO by Machamp D&P
An almost useless first attack
Unlimited – *Snore* 1/5
Modified – still not good 2/5
Limited – O.K. massive HP on a basic is great 3.5/5
Till tomorrow,
“The difference between ignorance and apathy? I don't know, and I couldn't care less.”

Alex M.
Snorlax Lv. 35 Diamond and Pearl

Unlimited: 1/5 Please don't use this here.

Modified: 1.5/5 Only reason this card gets a 1.5 instead of a 1 is because it can do 70 if evolved. Still, there are a lot more cards that can do more than 70 for 4 energy.

Limited: 4/5 100 HP colorless basic? Yea, I'm splashing this in my deck.
Welcome to D+P rare week!
Today's card is Snorlax. We reviewed his baby form last week, and he is little improved. He falls asleep to do a 40 Damage for 4
energy attack for Pikachu's sake! His 100 HP is nice, but his attacks are so bad that I cried when I pulled him.
Michael from Denmark

2 worlds and 4 national finals.

Snorlax Lv. 35
Ill make my rewiew of this card short as ill do of every single uninteresting card......
Hp ok. retreat cost awfull attaks awfull. if evolved it can be boosted but the only positive side..
unlimited: 1
Modified: 2.0
limited: 2.5

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