Hey everyone, by a show of hands how's everyone doing?
It's okay, just clap, no one's gonna think you're weird
when you suddenly start clapping in your house, a
Starbuck's, or public library, so go head and let it
OUT! That's better! So, today's card is another piece of
the Lake Trio, the all-exclusive Uxie LV. X! This
Pokemon is a valued member of AMU and is showing up in
other decks as well. Let's get to it then!
LV. X: On s basic, a LV. X is great. Easy to find, and
pretty simple to play, with Premier Ball, this is a
clear plus. Simple and quick.
Regular Uxie: Now, usually I'll go over the full pros
and cons of playing either version, but with Uxie, there
REALLY is only one big enough difference between the two
to discuss. Their Poke-Powers. The older Uxie can stop
attacks by being damaged, and the newer one will let you
draw to until you reach 7 in hand. While I think the
newer version is played more, I've seen the older one in
many AMU decks. This choice just depends on what you're
looking for through Uxie.
90 HP: A basic HP for a smaller, nongiant legendary.
This can be put at 110 with Snowpoint, but, as is 90 HP
isn't too impressive in the long run. I would say this
card makes up for it with it's speed, though.
Trade Off: The big part of this card, Trade Off lets you
gain a type of Poke-Nav every turn. You can choose
whichever one you need more, adding a sense of utility
to this Poke-Power. Trade Off allows for good card
advantage, and many smart players are experimenting one
way or another with this ability.
Zen Blade: The basically secondary attack of AMU Zen
Blade can score some early prizes if let out quick
enough. The attack is cheap, and the damage is good. Of
course you have to retreat the Uxie after using it, but
this attack is good for the quick finishing damage that
Azelf LV. X usually needs. A great attack on this Uxie.
Weakness: DOESN'T really matter since Azelf will take
Retreat Cost: Just the one, quick and easy is the name
of Uxie's game.
Combos: I've seen this in, of course, AMU, Cresselia
decks, Kingdra....Uxie is a hard force to say no to.
Completely necessary with AMU, and a strong tech in
Kingdra and Cresselia Spreaders, Uxie is a very flexible
Pokemon that partners well with a variety of things. Try
Uxie with things like Magmortar to discover what a
Claydol and Uxie can do for your deck!
Modified: 4/5 A very good card, Uxie is one that will
see a good amount of play in the next few months.
4.5/5 If you can get this out, then DO IT!! Uxie is a
Pokemon worth having in your draft decks.
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