Dubwool V (Rebel Clash RCL 153)
Dubwool V (Rebel Clash 153)

Dubwool V
– Rebel Clash

Date Reviewed:
June 19, 2020

Ratings Summary:
Standard: 2.5
Expanded: 2.5
Limited: 4.0

Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale. 1 is horrible. 3 is average. 5 is great.

Reviews Below:

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Given Dubwool V seems like the Gen VIII version of Mareep or Furfrou due to the amount of fur surrounding the Pokemon, you might run into similar effects that are seen on previous Pokemon. It’s Soft Wool ability makes Dubwool V take 30 less damage from attacks, and with it’s 210 HP, it’s somewhat durable enough to take hits. Your opponent has to hit 240 damage for the OHKO, or 140 damage for two turns (because that 140 damage will get reduced to 110, a 2HKO). And that’s before factoring other Expanded related cards like Eviolite (combined with the ability can take 50 less damage) or Fighting Fury Belt (having a 250 HP body while taking 30 less damage) to soften blows.

Revenge Blast is also another familiar attack first seen on Shaymin-EX from BW Next Destines, as it cost CCC for 120 damage plus 30 more damage for each prize card your opponent has taken. Barring altering effects from various GX version of Ultra Beasts, assuming both players start the game with six prizes, your damage output will vary: 120, 150, 180, 210, 240, 270. So if your opponent is down to 1 prize left, then the most damage you can do is 270 damage, which can be enough to OHKO several competitive TAG TEAMs, with a little help from Vitality Band to OHKO Arceus, Dialga, and Palkia-GX.

These are good effects, but trying to get them to work is not easy. Maybe it might get a couple minutes of fame for being splashable.


Standard: 2.5/5
Expanded: 2.5/5
Limited: 4/5

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