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Chatot G Lv. 49

Supreme Victors

Date Reviewed: March 23, 2011

Ratings & Reviews Summary

Modified: 3.37
Limited: 2.00

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

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Combos With:

Baby Mario
2010 UK National

Chatot G SV

Apparently, if you are going to look after a parrot properly, you have to give them the same amount of care and attention as a human child.

Or you can just teach them to say inappropriate things when your grandmother pays a visit. I know which I would do.

Chatot G is a card that is useful for a lot more than embarrassing granny though. It has managed to find itself a niche in control decks (primarily Sablelock) which work by disrupting the opponent’s hand with cards like Cyrus’s Initiative and Judge, before using Chatot G’s Disturbing Spy PokePower to fix their draw for next turn: that way you won’t have your plans ruined by some lucksack topdecking into an Uxie or a Pokémon Collector.

Being an SP Pokémon means that Chatot G benefits from the best support in the game: it’s searchable with SP Radar and (crucially) re-usable with Poke Turn. Even its attack is decent (and underrated in my opinion). For no Energy, Search and Escape will grab you any Trainer from your deck before shuffling Chatot G back in (so you can re-use the Power!): a very useful trick for getting your hands on those powerful (but mostly unsearchable) cards like Luxury Ball, Pokémon Communication, or Warp Point.

Obviously Chatot G is only really good in hand disruption decks, but where it’s needed it can make a big contribution.


Modified: 3.25 (A niche card . . . but it’s a very good niche card)


3/23/10: Chatot G(Supreme Victors)
Chatot is supposed to represent a parrot. Are parrots even common pets anywhere? Seems odd to me.
Chatot G is a very strong card, particularly in SP decks that run heavy disruption, such as the “Sablock” decks invented about a year ago. I've personally yet to see a TCG where controlling your opponent's draw is a bad thing; the fact that it's an SP Pokemon, and can take advantage of the SP engine, particularly Poke Turn to reuse its Power. Additionally, it can be used with Absol G Lv. X or Mime Jr. CL to send key cards to the Lost Zone, and maybe even win via Lost World victory. And did I mention the attack? An energyless attack that searches out Trainers and sets up another potential Disrupting Spy? Oh yeah!
Modified: 3.5/5
Limited: 2/5
Combos With: Absol G Lv. X, Mime Jr. CL

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