Flip 3 coins. For each heads, search your discard
pile for a Pokémon, show it to your opponent, and
put it into your hand.
Today we look at the new Normal Trainer and Secret Rare
from Mysterious Treasures, Time-Space Distortion.
Flip three coins and get back a Pokémon from the discard
for each heads. Odds are good this won’t fail: there’s
just one outcome (Tails, Tails, Tails) versus seven
other outcomes that result in at least one Pokémon.
It’s a Normal Trainer so there’s no issues like there
would be if it was another form of Trainer (or card that
used to be classified as a Trainer, like Supporters).
It is a good way to get back a Level X Pokémon without
any real hassle. It is a good way to get a TecH Pokémon
back without any hassle. With luck, it can get an
entire Evolution line back to your hand…
Simply put, this card is good. Even I don’t think I can
explain why anymore clearly. Fails roughly 1-in-7
times, but it’s a Normal Trainer so who cares?
1/5 – Here I’d go with the reliable alternatives, like
Pokémon Retriever and the easy searching options.
4/5 – It’s not overly broken, just so simple-but useful.
4.5/5 – As long as you pull even one useful Pokémon, the
chance to bring it back is sick in such a format.