So now you get the review from the judge’s chair, and
from the player’s chair, all out of one house!
Dialga G. Level X. Man, how much can you put in a title.
At least it is not shining!
The body on this one is the “money”. Stopping all non-SP
bodies is huge. Stops the Torterra and Sceptile in their
120 HP, 2 retreat, average at this time (120 HP for a
basic SP…man, has Regigigas gotten us spoiled and
Weakness to fire is fine. Resistance to psychic can be
The attack, even with energy gain, is still WAY too
expensive for 4 energy, 2 metal. Flipping to put energy
in the lost zone, OK at best.
The under attacks are much better. With energy gain
Deafen for 1, stops all trainers…GOOD. (without energy
gain for 2)
The other attack on Dialga G, average at best.
This is a card that should be played in most SP decks,
or decks that do not rely on bodies.
Level Max is a good way to get it out…if you don’t want
to waste time in retreating or switching it.
So, how would I rate it???
Modified 4/5. In the right situation, being able to stop
the bodies with this beast, and then stop the powers
with Power Spray can stop a deck in its tracks.
Limited 2.5/5…what makes this GREAT in modified, makes
it average in limited, where, YES, you will draft it
anyway, but the attacks and body are much less effective
There you go!
Dialga G. Level X
Nothing like another counter card…
A dialgaSP levelX with a poke body that stops all Non-SP
pokebodys will fit great in any SP deck. And with a x2
weakness to fire isn’t a problem because fire is going
to be seen once in a blue moon in a large tourny. But
hey, the psychic resistance is pretty good too.
Hopefully you will never have to attack with this card
because a two metel and two colorless attack for eighty
damage and a coin flip effect that is decent at best
would be good in the time of base set charzard. On the
other hand, its Non levelX underling’s attacks are
somewhat better, but you still should not be attacking
with this card. A one metal and one colorless attack
doing 10 damage and an effect that could cripple any
speed rampardos deck is not bad, I give it a thumbs up
IF you play energy gain, as for its other attack…ehh. A
three energy attack for 50 damage (70 if it has 20
damage on it already) seems to be Nintendo’s trend with
attacks for these last few sets, for one metal and two
colorless I give this one a thumbs down. Because lets
face it, if your playing an SP deck, there’s a lot
better attacks you could be using.
This card is also a bit of trouble to get out, with the
two retreat cost a switch will do just fine. But if your
daring and wanting to waste a space on a c oin flip
level max, be my guest, but just play switch…please.
I recommend this card to play in any Sp deck, and maybe
a few that don’t play Pokebodys and are just need help
with beating torterra and a few other decks that bodies
are the key.
This is by far the best dialga level X there is out
there, well, because the other ones are terrible….and
all the same
Modified: I give it a 4/5, when SP decks become big
(which they will be at states) this card will beat a
torterra deck left and right.
Limited: I give this card a 3/5 just wont be that good
against decks that most likely wont be playing a lot of
pokebodys (or any good one that is).
This card is supposed to be in a tin so I’d sell the one
you have now before the price drops tremendously. But
keep one for yourself if you’re a collector, the artwork
is simply amazing on this card and in, just a cool piece
of a card to play in a deck, or make new kids scream at
the top of their lungs at league if thgats how you get
your kicks (I know that’s how I get mine).
Get ready for states people, its sneaking up on us. O.o
Poke Body: Time Crystal is what makes this rendition of
the Temporal Pokemon so spectacular. This Body can wreak
total havoc on many decks. It can make Ampharos flee in
the other direction! It can make Tyrannitar squeak like
a mouse! It can... well, you get my point. Let's just
say that it can shut down many decks. Expect to see a
lot of this card teched at States simply for this Body.
Attack: Remove Lost costs quite a bit of energy, in a
format where energy removal is not prevalent. Then
again, you likely won't even bother using this Pokemon
as a main attacker anyway.
Weakness/Resistance: Weakness to fire is good, since
there aren't very many good fire decks out there right
now. Resistance to Psychic is simply fantastic.
Overall: A great card! This will be teched in most decks
where bodies are not used. Time Crystal can most
certainly put your opponent in a tricky situation!
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