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"Ness" 2006 World
Xatu D works best in numbers & the Holon Engine. Using
with Holon's Mentor will allow you to Delta Draw for
multiple cards, getting
multiple Xatu D out. With multiple Xatu in play, you can
Stage2 ex cards into beats. Cards like Flygon ex (DF) and
Dragonite ex d
(DF) are two of the many Stage2 ex's that can benefit from
There aren't many Stage2 ex's you can play in unlimited, and
vulnerable to Murkrow's Mean Look.
The fact that its attack requires a dark makes it extremely
Poke-Body is almost entirely useless. Even if you did pull a
Stage2 ex, the basic, and the stage1, and the Natu, getting
all out at the same time isn't
"Chuck" Brosseau 5th place Worlds 2006
(Also current "best looking player")
Xatu d is quite weak on its own, but can be useful when
combined with a strong stage 2 ex. I suggest using it with
Dragonite ex d so your Deafens can start doing 60-70 damage,
2HKOing most Pokemon as opposed to the standard 3hko with
Deafen doing 40.
Stage 2 exs can't survive here, so it has nothing to
Definately a good play in any deck that revolves around
stage 2 exs. The basic Natu is also good for knocking out
Shuppets turn 1 :-D.
No stage 2 exs + no Dark Energy to attack = bad limited
and ratings are for Modified only.
Modified 3/5 - I really like this card for certain decks running
Stage 2 Pokemon-ex's. Most notable ones are Gardevoir ex d and
Kingdra d. Because it is important for those decks to get to the
90 and 100 damage per hit threshold. Notice there is a lot of
Pokemon with a maximum HP of 100 - such as Ludicolo or Metagross
d, or Dragonite d. 2-2 or 3-3 lines of Xatu d can change the
game in your favor.
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