Lv.X is one of those cards that we
This Colorless Level-Up card is
played on the Basic Colorless Pokémon,
This will boost the HP score of
Regigigas to 150 points (when fully
This is a 30 or 50 point boost,
depending on the underlying card.
All currently legal versions of
Regigigas share a Fighting Weakness
This means that Fighting Pokémon
still have a decent chance of OHKOing
it, even with the massive HP score.
The lack of Resistance is
unfortunate, as always, as is the four
Energy it will take to retreat
Regigigas Lv.X; pack something to
switch it out or be prepared to let it
go down swinging.
The net effect is a decent
Leveling up provides two new options for
First is a Poké-Power, Sacrifice.
It allows you to KO one of your
own Pokémon, then search your discard
pile for 2 basic Energy cards and attach
Regigigas and remove 8 damage
This can both speed up
Regigigas attack and keep it from
being KO’d by accumulated damage, though
you’re still down a Prize.
All in all, a good deal as long
Regigigas can prove to be a decent
Speaking of which, the attack on
this card is expensive but does quite a
Giga Blaster requires (WFMC).
Even with the Poké-Power, that
will take some other Energy acceleration
or two turns to power up.
You hit for 100 points of damage,
with will OHKO most Stage 1 and Basic
Pokémon, nearly OHKO several Stage 2
Pokémon, and leave just about everything
else more than half Knocked Out.
It randomly discards a card from
your opponent’s hand and the top card
from their deck.
Unfortunately, it also can’t be
used during your next turn.
Regigigas Lv.X. X has no other
attacks, but fortunately it can tap into
the attacks and Poké-Body/Poké-Power of
its underlying form.
As such, I do consider this a
good attack: it isn’t a bargain, but the
total package seems worth the hassle.
(DP – Legends Awakened 37/146) or the
promo (DP40) looks like the best
Regigigas to combine with this.
The promo has decent attacks to
use on between Giga Blaster uses and
Double Colorless Energy to act as a
Alternatively, the Recover
Mechanism Poké-Body on the version from
Legends Awakened will let you shed
Special Conditions (so Sacrifice is
always viable), and its attack meets the
same criteria, though uses a coin toss
to determine if it hits for less or more
than Giga Hammer.
In Limited play, looks too hard to pull:
Regigigas is a
If you do manage to pull them and
run them, then those rare occasions you
manage to get them both out and powered
up, it will be devastating.
It’s too bad that Sacrifice is a
bad idea in a format with only four
Prizes, and getting Energy into your
discard pile probably comes from
retreating and getting KO’d.
3.5/5 – Lost a few components with the
rotation, though it is still a solid
Be on the look out for new dance
partners to replace the old.
1.5/5 – If you manage to pull the needed
cards and open with them, expect to be
accused of cheating.
it shows up later, it may be too late to
do any real good.
I am still selling my former
collectables on eBay. I’ve had a
lot of hobbies over the years, so at
various times I’ll have comic books,
manga, action figures, and video games
on the auction block. You can take
a look at what’s up for bids
here. I usually add new stuff on
Wednesdays and Saturdays. Just a
reminder, Pojo is in no way responsible
for any transactions and was merely kind
enough to let me mention the auctions