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Jermy101 2005 World
Sentret's nothing to write home about. It evolves into
Furret, but there's not really any good Furrets, so that
makes Sentret pretty bad. Friend Search can get a Pokemon,
but that's about it. I'd rather use Master Ball even.
Unlimited - I'd rather use Base Gastly. There's just nothing
special about Sentret. 1/5
Modified - Furret is no good in this format, so no reason to
use Sentret. 1/5
Limited - Take it if you have Furret. Searching your deck
for up to any 3 cards is great. Plus Sentret's attack might
even get Furret from the deck. 3/5
Sentret TRR [what the?!]
Do not use it here, weakness to fighting is terrible,
you might get rogued and such. (a tyrogue flipping heads
on you) Also, you don't really need his search attack
here too as we already have some really good trainers.
surprise attack is just terrible here too.
I like the first attack a bit, but furret isn't really
good at the moment. (the Rocket returns furret is ok,
but I'd rather go with magcargo or pidgeot because I can
attack and search at the same time), surprise attack is
rather useless. and weakness to fighting is not really
nice here too. (especially since the release of EX:
Master Ball owns this card.
now I never played a TRR prerelease, but this card seems
useful to awesome if you got some evolution lines. with
a 40 card deck you are more likely to get the pokemon
card you want for friend search.
“Friend Search”: Is
it better than other “get Pokémon out of your deck”
Good: -No restriction on what type you must search for.
-You’re not restricted to searching for basics.
-If you find more than one legal target, you get to
choose which one goes in your hand.
-You don’t have to put them on your bench (sometimes
this is a bad thing, if you need Pokémon on your bench
before your opponent’s turn begins).
Bad: -Weakness to fighting (Plusle [DX] is weak to
fighting as well.)
-You’re restricted to the top five cards of your deck.
“Friend Search” is a one-energy attack, which means you
will probably be doing it early game (or even the first
turn), and that’s it. The fact that you can search for
evolutions isn’t going to help first turn.
“Surprise Attack”: nothing special about this attack
except being able to occasionally FTKO “dragons” (and
that’s really fun!).
It’s HP and retreat cost are fair for a basic Pokémon.
Basics (that can evolve) rarely have more than 60 HP and
no Basics exist with retreat cost of less than one (at
least not in Modified).
Conclusion: There are better Pokémon for setting up your
strategy, like Jirachi [DX], Plusle [DX] and Paras [RG].
The only reason to play Sentet, IMO, is if you intend to
evolve it; There are four Furret in existence; one from
RR allows you to get any 3 cards out of your deck for
one energy and one from LM that has “Do the Wave” (simlar
to Wigglytuff’s [JU] attack). The other two Furret are
Unlimited: Plenty of trainers to help you get Pokémon
out of your deck here. 1.1/5
Modified: See conclusion. 2.6/5
Limited: No Plusle or Paras to help you; “Friend Search”
could be helpful. 3/5
What I really want to say about this card is : poepkaart
. Sorry it’s a dutch word meaning crapcard. Any way my
Unlimited: Don’t bother here I mean can someone name me
one good Furret? And besides that there are better
pokemon to start with like Cleffa ;-).
Rating : 1/5
Modified: NO use Plusle for basic setup or if you want
to get evolutions out you can even use Jirachi from
Hidden-Legends. But he , I can be fair to for people
with a low budget for Pokemon you can use Sentret and
Furret as replace for Pidgeot or Magcargo.
Rating : 1/5
Limited: Could be good here as you can get basic or
evolutions out. And if you have Furret to you could
search for others things for your setup.
Rating : 2/5
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