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2001 WCSTS Champ
8 @ Nats
2006 10th at Worlds
Unlimited: A stage 3 in unlimited is incredibly hard to
get.and with the specific Fire energies needed to attack
Double Colorless doesn't help you at all. For these specific
reasons this card will never be good in Unlimited Format.
Modified: He is a fast hitter. This deck has won quite a few
battle roads already. And another bonus is you only need ONE
for a deck. 4/5
Limited: If you get him out ill be impressed. 1/5
Inferape Lvl.X: I've
been playing this card at every battleroads I've been to
so far and it is a beast. Best combo is to use magcargo
and sableye CG to discard as many fire energy as
possible to hit for 150 every turn. Has a lot of trouble
with Bandoom so be careful. 5/5
Infernape is a pokemon out of the D/P set that really
stuck out as we were previewing them. Two Energy for 150
is like whoa! Even if you have to get 8 fire in the
discard which isnt that hard with the right cards
anyway. 150 will take out almost any pokemon in the
modified format, also at the same time he can use the
attacks of the normal infernape which is the card that
really makes infernape so hot DRE 80 or 2 fire for 90.
At a mere 120HP infernape doesn't win much points in the
HP section but his power is VERY useful and can be
hurtful at times but overall helpful and it is perfect
with his attack. No retreat and the new weakness thing
works well as not many water pokemon can OHKO him.
Infernape is running through Battle Roads like the
plague and judging from this card it is obvious why.
Limited 1/5~Waste of time here
Modified 4/5~He is a beast once he is out
Limited 1/5~Lets be realistic
Hey Everyone its
Friday which means only one more Card review for this
week. Today were going to look at Infernape Level X the
final Level X in the D&P Set.
To Start Infernape Lv X Is a Fire type with 120 Hp with
No retreat cost, Yes I Said NO retreat cost , he also
has a plus 3o weakness to water which makes him sound
like an average Stage 2 pokemon however isn’t Lv X like
a stage 2.5? His Poke Power allows you to look at the
top 3 cards from you deck and chose one, then place it
into your hand while getting rid of the other 2, now
where this doesn’t seem like much this is actually a
great power since it has synergy with Infernap Lv X’s
Attack Flare up. Flare up hits for an Impressive 150
damage which I believe can knock out almost any Pokemon
sans a few Ex pokemon HOWEVER you have to have 8 Fire
energy in your discard Pile or this attack does NOTHING
so you see why I said this power and his attack are very
Synergetic with each other since one can put them in the
discard and the other puts them back into the deck so
you basicly lose nothing. If this was all he could do Id
give him a 2 on everything simply because his attack
would take to long to power but thanks to the LvX rule
he can use attacks from his previous form as well which
one also Helps get them 8 Fire energies into the discard
pile so all in all He’s not to bad for a fire starter.
Unlimited: 4/5 lots of ways to fuel His Flare up as well
as get Infernape out so you can make Goku go Super
Sayian I mean make Infernape go Lv X.
Modified: 4/5 Not perfect but devastating if you can get
Limited: 4/5 Flare up will Kill ANYTHING in this format
but getting it powered up will be our problem.
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