Strikes Fox &
Sail. Advantage - Body, Ally - Dark- 1st Sig Move:
Cunning Plan 1 Green, 6 Int, 5 Force - Your
opponent's strikes cost an additional green energy
to play. 2nd Move: 'Ello Poppet No Payment. 8 Int, 4
Force. Your opponent's strikes cost an additional
red energy to play.
Card Rating: 2
Ratings are based on a 1 to 5 scale 1 being the worst.
3 ... average. 5 is the highest rating.
Date Reviewed - 07.31.06
Pintel & Ragetti Chamber #223
Strikes Fox & Sail.
Advantage - Body,
Ally - Dark-
1st Sig Move: Cunning Plan 1 Green, 6 Int, 5 Force -
Your opponent's strikes cost an additional green
energy to play.
2nd Move: 'Ello Poppet No Payment. 8 Int, 4 Force.
Your opponent's strikes cost an additional red
energy to play.
This is a tough card for a Rare. Cunning Plan could
work out wonders if played at the right moment. But
being able to "overpay" almost shuts it down right
away. Decent force, but easily blockable. 'Ello
Poppet works the same way. Although it's almost
easier to pull off because Red Engery can be tougher
to come by. Again, the force isn't that great. If
you're playing a deck the eliminates engergy, then
this would be the chamber to Play... unless you're
wanting to use Davey Jones. Which would be a better
When it goes off right. This card can be very
desctructive, there's just too much out there can
stop this card.
Name: Pintel & Ragetti
Strikes Allowed: Fox & Sail.
Signature Move #1: Cunning Plan – 6 Intercept, 5
Force. 1 Green Payment - Your opponent's strikes
cost an additional green energy to play.
Signature Move #2: 'Ello Poppet – 8 Intercept, 4
Force. No Payment. Your opponent's strikes cost an
additional red energy to play.
Pintel & Ragetti are cursed, or were cursed in the
first movie, now, as one of them says “We’re not
immortal no more.” Don’t ask me which one, I forget,
though I can tell the two apart, Pintel is the
short, stocky one (played by Lee Arenberg) and
Ragetti is the tall lanky one sans an eye (played by
MacKenzie Crook). The two of them are paired in the
movie, and on the card, being the only chamber with
two characters on it.
They’re allowed Fox strikes, which run the gamut
from 3 to 8 on intercepts, and 1 to 7 on Force, with
a majority of them costing two or more energy to
play. Fox strikes are also all about deck
manipulation, several of them either reveal cards in
either players’ deck, or force cards already in play
back into their owner’s deck. Four Fox strikes also
manipulate energy, and could conceivably be used in
an Energy based deck. They also can have Sail
strikes, which are also mostly Energy manipulation
Body Advantages are a mixed bag of intercept/force
modifiers and ally nullifiers. Dark Allies are also
about as varied, each deck theme having something in
there as well. I’d think that Pintel & Ragetti can
make decent Energy Manipulation decks, but would
stink in a beatdown style deck.
As for their signature moves, they are not all that
exciting, the second of which can possibly be a game
winner, if you can manage to get it out, late game
red energy is hard to come by, and if you can get
that move out, while your opponent has no red
energy, it’s an instant point.
To date this card has had no sales on Ebay. Being a
rare chamber, and boy let me tell you, rare chambers
ARE a rarity, it might have some value, but since
these two boys aren’t that popular, I would wager
this is the least expensive of the rare chambers.
Playability 3 of 5
Collectabilty 3 of 5
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