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Pojo's Pokemon Card of the Day

 

Mismagius Lv. 37

Diamond & pearl

 

Date Reviewed: 06.2607

Ratings & Reviews Summary
Unlimited: 2.00
Modified: 2.25
Limited: 3.00

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
Mismagius: 1/5: Sub Par attacks, high energy cost, this card is flat out terrible.
James the
M-Azing
Hey There People it’s Me the M-Azing once again for another week of Pokemon Reviews. Looks like most likely the next 2 weeks will be full of Short Reviews as I got a lot of Stuff going on for the next couple weeks like work, and a Small Vacation ^^. Anyway here we go with today’s Card Mismagius.

Now this is a Psychic type with Plus 20 weakness to dark, minus 20 resistance to Normal, 90hp, retreat cost of one colorless, and is a Stage 1 pokemon. Its first attack cost one psychic and can get you anywhere from 10 to 60 damage each turn, the attack deals damage equal to the number of pokemon you have im play that have damage on them. The other move Psywaye Does an Auto 30 damage plus 20 for each energy on the defending pokemon, this move cost 2 Psychic and one Colorless energy to perform. Overall this Card isn’t to bad, and giving it’s a stage on means its not so hard to use, give it a try it may surprise you.

Unlimited: 3/5
Modified:3.5/5
Limited: 3/5

P.S: Rip Chris Benoit 1967-2007
Alex M
Mismagius Lv. 37 Diamond and Pearl
 
Mismagius is a Stage 1, Psychic type Pokemon that evolves from Misdreavus, has 90 HP, +20 Dark Weakness, -20 Colorless Resistance, and a Retreat Cost of C.
 
The HP is decent, the weakness is very good since not much Darkness is seen in this metagame (besides Shiftry/Absolutions), the resistance is good because it can block Delcatty ex, and the retreat cost is good as well. The HP is fairly decent.
 
When I first saw this card I noticed that it had a similar attack to Neo Discovery Espeon in its Psywave attack. If any of you remember, that card was VERY playable and in fact, used in a myriad of decks. In addition to Psywave, its first attack, Avenge, is somewhat decent as well. One combo I foresee using Mismagius is with Drifblim from DP. You fill your bench with Pokemon using Mentor/Great Ball/etc. then build a Drifblim and Explosive Smoke for 60, doing 10 to each benched Pokemon. Free retreat the Drifblim and use Avenge for 50-60 damage with 1 energy then clean up with Psywave. However, it would be weak to Ray d ex and other bench sniping decks. Not to mention neither Pokemon's HP is very high.
 
Rating: 3/5
Ejvind Hjort Denmark

Added
June 3, 2007

Noticed on the review on Mismagius lv. 37 in “card of the day” column, that the first review states that the “avenge” attack giving damage equal to damage received is from defending pokemon.

On the card it says nothing on the pokemon being defending, but refers to all the players pokemon, bench included.

This is the point of the second review as well.

But I think the card is underestimated. It is actually able to deliver a very powerful attack for one psyche energy only, as it can return all damage piled up on all the pokemon on the bench. In a tight game, this would be a real joker on the bench, threatening to return big damage and knock out virtually all pokemon with maybe 150 – 200 piled up damage from several pokemon.

Speculation in getting hurt would work well with a few of these…

It deserves better credit in my opinion.

Kind regards

Ejvind Hjort Denmark


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