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of the Day
Well, hereís another quickie CotD because I owe
you guys.. the new league promo Igglybuff really has one
purpose... that is...
Geez, baby flip and sleep to get around. Thatís
a 25% chance theyíre gonna attack it assuming no Switch,
Snorlax, etc.. not bad. You can make it even
Is that a 12.5% chance of KO now, assuming they DO do
30+ damage.. maybe a metal energy can make it even more of
a nuisance. With focus band this thing is the
ultimate card to stall. Unfortunately, total stall
decks are basically dead because of Cleffaís ability to
add cards to the deck.. but, it can stall when someone is
low on cards and you can end up wasting the last few turns
you need.. or you can stall with it while you build up
stuff on your bench.. be careful of..
Uh-oh! This thing isnít as bad as a Slowking
when itís Mean Looked, but itís still bad if they got
Slowkings/Dark Vileplume in play when they Mean Look it.
You CAN stall with the sleep and baby if they get
the Mean Look to work, but unlike Cleffa, you canít get
a new hand until you get the Switch/Gust you need to get
out of it. Youíll just have to wait a while.
If they have the Dark Vileplume, either form a wall of
metal energy on your bench fo Murkrow canít finish your
bench off, evolve to Jigglypuff (despite the fact that
Wigglytuff has lost a lot of power) or darkness/rainbow it
to KO it. (poor igglybuff canít dodge that one)
Igglybuff Iíd give a 5.5/10.. itís cool how it can
stall, but itís hard to use that stalling to get you
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