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There is one reason to play this. If you're playing a speedy
haymaker type deck and your opponent drops only Dunsparce and
DOESNT get any pokemon. Attack, Strength Charm and a FLIP?
This is crap
I selected this card for a reason, and that is because over the
ages cubone has been left out there to starve, but now with e
popularity of Dunsparce, I think we might otta just give this
little guy a chance. Imagine this:
Turn on: Your active; Cubone
Opponent’s Active; Dunsparce (and no bench to make it even better)
You go first, attach fighting, attach strength charm, flip heads
Boy, if my 13-year-old and RAPIDLY declining memory serves me
correctly, this situation reminds me rather too keenly of a card
called Tyrogue……. o_O
Good Luck chewing on that ;)
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