Prop 15 - 3C .... A Veteran's Nightmare
To Pojo, Pojo staff, and all readers,
All of us ( well, most of us) know about prop
15-3c. It means only 15
trainers and 3 of the same card instead of 4. In short.... IT REALLY
SUCKS!!! WotC complains the environment is to broken, Mr. Kelly focuses
completely on the corporate aspect, and Scott fights with him about how
broken decks are. Aside from my own opinion, I will show the proís and
conís of everyoneís argument.
I agreed with Scott the most. He showed how very
possible it is to beat Haymaker and Tuff Stuff, or Wiggly decks. I play
Hay myself, and Iíve lost just as many as I have won. But I donít
care. Losing is learning. But, always try your best. He
brought up a good point about errata and banning.
WotC, ban some cards or errata them ( donít worry
Mr. Kelly, Iíll explain)
!!! This is quite possible, which Iím about to explain.
About the corporate aspect. You said that Scott
wasnít paying attention to the corporate aspect. Itís the other way
around!!!! You were looking from the outside in, while Scott was looking
from the inside out. We donít adapt to the companies, the should adapt
to us! We, hard core or beginning players, pay their salaries. The owe us
the ultimate opinion! About
banning/ errata. You brought a wall that is hard to break down. The
Pokemon TCG is not the property of WotC, but Gamefreak. But, from a very
reliable resource ( Pojosama), I learned that Computer Search is banned in
Japan ( unless the rules have changed) ! They have the right to ban and
erreta cards, so we have the right, too. Iím your reinforcement, Scott.
And play testing? Forget it! Play testing makes
playing a test. A chore. Just grab any deck and give it your all! If you
know you did everything you could, you know you didnít make a mistake,
you were just overpowered.
Me, Brad Tiller
... a.k.a. PokeDiablo.
I hate this!!!! Wizards game kicked until they came
up with this. All my friends, and I, are worried that our hard money and
desperate trades for 30 trainers and 4 Electabuzz werenít worth it in
the long run. This makes me
feel bad. Andrew Cornelious, the first Trop Battle winner, inspired me for
my haymaker. $80 and 20 foils later, a haymaker. Does it matter now?
The 15 trainer rule sucks. Hey, at least they
didnít pass Prop 2t ( play 2 trainers a turn). But it doesnít matter
now, cause you wonít have enough trainers for you to care. Why make this
rule? Ya know what theyíre doing? Theyíre giving players who donít
put thought into their deck a luck based ď better draw that soonĒ way
And the 3 card of the same name rule. Thatís just
ugly!!!!!! I actually see a purpose for 15 trainers, but not this. I
canít think of anything to even justify this one bit!!! It just makes
people hate their 4th Hitmonchan, or tear it up in frustration.
So this is my thought on Prop 15-3c. Many more agree with me,
others donít. People say they they like it.
So build youíre deck that way. No limits meenís you can build
it however you want. So if you want to have your Machopís beaten by
Magnum Punch as you search for a Hitmonchan, go ahead. While my friends
and I bash away with Electabuzz and Rocketís Scyther because we didnít
have to thin our deck.