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Imposter Professor Oak's Invention - Neo Destiny


(I removed the average ratings today & in the future, as I figured your are planning to read all the great reviews anyways  ;-)


Reviewed Aug 28, 2002

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


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Wednesday - Impostor Professor Oak's Invention

What IS this card? No really, what? I don't get it... is it really a card? God only knows... I don't like it. Nope, don't. Well... maybe. If your opponent is playing steelix or something... play like four of these and use them until all their steelix are prizes? Eh? I could see some whacked out combo go with this card... but not in tournament play.

Unlimited Rating - 2/5
Modified Rating - 2.5/5
MMF Rating - 2.5/5
Draft Rating - 2/5

~ RaNd0m


TwInSeN21
Imp. Prof. Oak's Invention

I think this card wins the "Longest Name" Award. The card itself though, is a waste of space. It can help in certain situations but it's too unreliable. Not worth the space in your deck, unless you're only playing for fun...

Short review once again... =/ 

Unlimited Rating: 1.3/5
Modified Rating: 1.3/5
Draft Rating: 1.3/5

John
Hornberg
The first major problem that can be cited with this card from first glance is that it is entirely too much to read. No player wants to take the time of day to read this card out loud to their opponent, especially since the trainer has a sub-par effect.

While switching your opponent's prize cards is fun, you have no control over what the new prizes are. So, you could be doing your opponent a favor. Not to mention your opponent has to knock out your pokemon before they can get at the prizes. This card is only good when you are loosing, and even then it doesn't change the outcome.

Moidifed-Modifed Format - No. Nada. Nein. It won't see any play in this format. It's effect isn't all that great, and it could have been better. A 1.5 out of 5.

Standard - You're gone before you can even make it effective, if it is even effective at all. The problem with this in standard is that a standard haymaker deck, or any deck from this format for that matter, can use ALL the cards it has. So they could care less if you switch their prizes, just as long as your pokemon are dropping like flies. A 1.5 out of 5.

Draft - Nope. A useless trainer. In card drawing, no decent effect, nothing worth playing with this card. A 1 out of 5.

 


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