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a plane ... no, it's a 90 HP free retreating Gatr killer!
with Neo revelations out.. I'd figure I'd do a CotD on one
of the cards so people didn't assume I'm dead.. anyway..
is an interesting attack. Definitely nice with
Energy Removal in standard, as you can force them to play
energy and become poisoned.
As for modified,
Double Gusting a Feraligatr with 2 Water and using
Triggered Poison can put Gatr in a tough situation
considering it's 3 retreat cost. If Typhlosion
attaches a fire from Fire Recharge to the Pokémon
Triggered Poison was used that Pokémon becomes poisoned.
The attack is definitely very effective versus an
Eeeeeeeking Cleffa, as it's 10 away from knocking it out,
and I don't think many people are willing to pay an
additional energy on their Cleffa to have it knocked out.
Overall though, this
attack is cheap, which makes it nice. That's the
benefit a Stage 2 Pokémon gets. =D
is a nice attack. 68.8% chance of confusion I
believe. (2+/4). Kind of expensive, but in modified
(which Crobat's best chance is in) we don't have to worry
about Removal. The attack is actually relatively
cheap for averaging what it does. It can knock out
an undamaged Feraligatr with 3 or 4 out of 4 heads.
Improbable, but not rare. =/ More
importantly versus Feraligatr is the fact that it's going
to confuse it on 68.8% chance. This also disables
it's ability to discard water without playing trainers.
Zubat options and two Golbat options. I actually
think Fossil Golbat is better, but in modified you're
stuck with Revelation's Golbat. Poison Bite can
actually come in use with darkness energy and weakness.
and Golbat have a free retreat cost, as well as Crobat
does. Crobat's 90 HP aren't bad either. Definitely
something not easy to KO in one-shot always with a Gatr,
especially if the Gatr is confused or you get a Chaos Gym
standard, I'd give Crobat a 6.5/10.
Definitely nice with Energy Removal and Super Energy
Removal, but can be worked around.
In modified, Crobat
I'd give a better rating. It's definitely something
that stands a chance versus Gatr.. unlike most other
decks. =D I'd give it a 7.5/10.
The bad part is simply that one-hit KO's dominate
modified. You can't Trigger Poison a
Chompasaur(Croconaw) and then watch it bust into Sir
Chomps A. Lot and Riptide for an unnecessary 360 damage
and still expect to win.
-jason k =/
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