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Teaching the Unteachable Forces Observation

Saiyan Saga


Reviewed July 29, 2002


Standard Rating: 3.50 (based on 6 reviews)
Tuff Enuff: 1.66 (based on 5 reviews)

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

A Score Guy
I'm almost sure that this card has the longest name in the game. I really can't think of anything longer than Teaching the Unteac..... it's just too much too type and I'm just too lay on Mon mornings. ~_~


This is a card that you will find in many Dragonball Decks because it's the best way to keep your opponent from attacking you, you don't even have to worry about ending Combat because this card simply keeps your
opponent from entering Combat. Besides Dragonball decks this card isn't really use so I guess is just one of those cards that just work well in the one

Rating 2.4

Tuff Enuff

In what type of deck can you use this card? :-/ Maybe if you're going for a combo or need time to set up your deck but I really can't think of a good deck where you would use it. Me thinks this card is just good in Standard.

Rating 1.6 
This card is greater and worse than the normal Combat-stoppers, since this stops your opponet from even declaring Combat.  It's used in Power Up, so you get to see what he plays first, and it gets through Breakthrough Drill in case you have a problem with that (which I hear doesn't happen as much as it should).  It's a great thing to include in any deck which relies on defense over offense, but it's more suited toward stasis than anything else.  Still, stasis is the dominant deck type, and after having this played against me, I know exactly why.  In Tuff Enuff, it loses plenty value.  Stasis is not good in Tuff Enuff, so this goes right out the window.

S: 4     TE: 2

Monday - Teaching the Unteachable Forces Observation

One of the greatest stall cards in the game.  I dont know how any dragonball deck wouldnt run this, its a great stall card. To go against, its quite a pain in ... butt... really no use in Tuff Enuff, but in regular, its decent.

Reg - 2/5
TE - .2/5

This card has the longest freakin title ever. But, you'll see this card pop up in a ton of Dragonball decks and usually finds it place in Orange decks as well. But it's a really good card no matter what deck you put it in. Anger decks can make use of it, beatdown, dragonball, backlash and dragon's victory. Gotta love it when your opponent draws 3 cards, doesn't lay any non-combat downs, powers up and immediately declared combat and you say "nah ah ah!" and remove TTUFO from the game. It can really make your opponent go insane.

Standard - 4/5 (You'll see some anger and most DB decks run 3 of these)

Tuff Enuff - 2.5/5 (Still a good card, but in Tuff Enuff you need to stay on the offensive. Would really only find it's place in most Backlash decks and possibly some beatdowns)


I know that Card!! ^_^ here's my review for it.:

Teaching the Unteachable Forces Observation- This card is really handy, esp. when facing those nasty billion-of-card-hand Saiyan Decks. As soon as they enter combat, BAM! 

It ends. Actually, it's just like EDB 4, only u can't raise ur anger, and they never get a chance to steal it from u!! ^_^

Rating: 4 outta 5


Teaching The Unteacheable Forces Observation

The card makes up for its hyper-annoying name with an awesome power. This card is the ultimate tool for setup decks and Dragon Ball decks. It buys as much time as the user needs, and if you're good enough to call your opponent's bluff you don't even have to use it. Chaining 3 of these together could be all a DB deck needs to win the game. I think its somewhat overpowered, but who cares what I think :D

Standard: 4.6/5

In Tuff Enuff, I think this card is pretty useless. No DB decks and setup decks really should be in combat.

TE: 1.2/5


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