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this user cheats:

 

Game Log Output Begins Here:

    1. opponent flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 0 heads and 1 tails, for Beginning of Game.

    2. It is now ssplinter456's turn (Turn #1).

    3. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    4. opponent drew a card.

    5. ssplinter456 drew VS Seeker.

    6. opponent drew a card.

    7. ssplinter456 drew Palkia-GX.

    8. opponent drew a card.

    9. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    10. opponent drew a card.

    11. ssplinter456 drew Articuno.

    12. opponent drew a card.

    13. ssplinter456 drew Palkia-GX.

    14. opponent drew a card.

    15. ssplinter456 drew Max Elixir.

    16. opponent drew a card.

    17. Articuno became ssplinter456's new Active Pokémon.

    18. ssplinter456 put Palkia-GX onto the Bench.

    19. opponent drew a card.

    20. opponent drew a card.

    21. opponent drew a card.

    22. opponent drew a card.

    23. opponent drew a card.

    24. opponent drew a card.

    25. opponent drew a card.

    26. ssplinter456 drew Super Rod.

    27. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    28. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Palkia-GX.

    29. ssplinter456 played Max Elixir.

    30. It is now opponent's turn (Turn #2).

    31. opponent drew a card.

    32. opponent played Great Ball.

    33. opponent drew Solosis.

    34. opponent put Solosis onto the Bench.

    35. opponent played Ultra Ball.

    36. opponent drew Klefki.

    37. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    38. opponent played Random Receiver.

    39. opponent drew Professor Sycamore.

    40. opponent played Team Magma's Secret Base.

    41. opponent played Professor Sycamore.

    42. opponent drew a card.

    43. opponent drew a card.

    44. opponent drew a card.

    45. opponent drew a card.

    46. opponent drew a card.

    47. opponent drew a card.

    48. opponent drew a card.

    49. opponent attached a Float Stone to Sneasel.

    50. opponent put Magikarp & Wailord-GX onto the Bench.

    51. opponent's Magikarp & Wailord-GX had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    52. opponent played Trainers' Mail.

    53. opponent drew Battle Compressor Team Flare Gear.

    54. opponent played Battle Compressor Team Flare Gear.

    55. opponent played Ultra Ball.

    56. opponent drew Weavile.

    57. opponent's Sneasel retreated.

    58. Magikarp & Wailord-GX became opponent's new Active Pokémon.

    59. It is now ssplinter456's turn (Turn #3).

    60. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    61. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Articuno.

    62. ssplinter456's Articuno used its Find Ice attack.

    63. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    64. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    65. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    66. It is now opponent's turn (Turn #4).

    67. opponent drew a card.

    68. opponent put Weavile onto the Bench.

    69. opponent attached a Float Stone to Weavile.

    70. opponent's Sneasel evolved into Weavile.

    71. opponent played Acro Bike.

    72. opponent drew a card.

    73. opponent played Great Ball.

    74. opponent drew Magikarp & Wailord-GX.

    75. opponent put Magikarp & Wailord-GX onto the Bench.

    76. opponent's Magikarp & Wailord-GX had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    77. It is now ssplinter456's turn (Turn #5).

    78. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    79. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Palkia-GX.

    80. ssplinter456's Articuno used its Find Ice attack.

    81. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    82. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    83. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    84. It is now opponent's turn (Turn #6).

    85. opponent drew a card.

    86. opponent played Nest Ball.

    87. opponent put Unown onto the Bench.

    88. It is now ssplinter456's turn (Turn #7).

    89. ssplinter456 drew Palkia-EX.

    90. ssplinter456 put Palkia-EX onto the Bench.

    91. ssplinter456's Palkia-EX had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    92. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Palkia-GX.

    93. ssplinter456's Articuno used its Find Ice attack.

    94. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    95. ssplinter456 drew Water Energy.

    96. It is now opponent's turn (Turn #8).

    97. opponent drew a card.

    98. opponent played Great Ball.

    99. opponent drew Reuniclus.

    100. It is now ssplinter456's turn (Turn #9).

    101. ssplinter456 drew N.

    102. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Palkia-GX.

    103. ssplinter456 played N.

    104. ssplinter456 drew Lapras-GX.

    105. ssplinter456 drew Palkia-EX.

    106. ssplinter456 drew Acerola.

    107. ssplinter456 drew Max Elixir.

    108. ssplinter456 drew Scramble Switch.

    109. ssplinter456 drew Random Receiver.

    110. opponent drew a card.

    111. opponent drew a card.

    112. opponent drew a card.

    113. opponent drew a card.

    114. opponent drew a card.

    115. opponent drew a card.

    116. ssplinter456 played Max Elixir.

    117. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Palkia-GX.

    118. ssplinter456 played Random Receiver.

    119. ssplinter456 drew N.

    120. ssplinter456 put Palkia-EX onto the Bench.

    121. ssplinter456's Palkia-EX had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    122. ssplinter456's Articuno retreated.

    123. ssplinter456 played Scramble Switch.

    124. Palkia-GX became ssplinter456's new Active Pokémon.

    125. ssplinter456 attached a Water Energy to Palkia-GX.

    126. ssplinter456 put Lapras-GX onto the Bench.

    127. ssplinter456's Lapras-GX had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    128. ssplinter456's Palkia-GX used Hydro Pressure and did 180 damage to opponent's Magikarp & Wailord-GX.

    129. It is now opponent's turn (Turn #10).

    130. opponent drew a card.

    131. opponent played Rare Candy.

    132. opponent put Reuniclus onto the Bench.

    133. opponent's Solosis evolved into Reuniclus.

    134. opponent attached a Float Stone to Magikarp & Wailord-GX.

    135. opponent's Magikarp & Wailord-GX retreated.

    136. Unown became opponent's new Active Pokémon.

    137. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    138. opponent attached a Klefki to Reuniclus.

    139. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    140. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    141. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    142. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    143. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    144. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    145. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    146. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    147. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    148. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    149. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    150. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    151. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    152. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    153. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    154. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    155. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    156. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    157. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    158. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    159. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    160. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    161. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    162. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    163. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    164. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    165. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    166. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    167. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    168. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    169. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    170. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    171. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    172. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    173. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    174. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    175. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    176. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    177. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    178. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    179. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    180. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    181. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    182. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    183. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    184. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    185. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    186. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    187. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    188. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    189. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    190. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    191. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    192. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    193. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    194. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    195. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    196. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    197. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    198. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    199. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    200. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    201. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    202. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    203. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    204. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    205. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    206. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    207. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    208. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    209. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    210. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    211. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    212. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    213. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    214. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    215. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    216. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    217. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    218. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    219. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    220. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    221. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    222. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    223. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    224. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    225. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    226. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    227. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    228. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    229. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    230. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    231. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    232. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    233. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    234. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    235. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    236. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    237. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    238. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    239. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    240. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    241. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    242. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    243. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

    244. opponent attached a Klefki to Weavile.

    245. opponent's Weavile used its Tear Away Ability.

    246. opponent put Klefki onto the Bench.

    247. opponent's Klefki had 2 damage counter(s) put on it from Team Magma's Secret Base.

    248. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap Ability.

    249. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    250. opponent's Reuniclus used its Damage Swap attack.

    251. opponent's Klefki used its Wonder Lock Ability.

 

Game Log Output Ends Here

 

*** Debug Game Log Output Begins Here ***

 

    Data For Entry Number: 1

    Log Entry: opponent flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 0 heads and 1 tails, for Beginning of Game.

    No debug data found, likely this is an entry for drawing a card, displaying coin flip results, or a similar action.

 

    Data For Entry Number: 2

    Log Entry: It is now sspli

 

it goes on but eventually you cannot play and you cannot win!

 

TOTAL CHEAT!!!
Edited by Mod_Elderberry
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RobRatt

Everyone that reads this post will probably tell you the same thing -- it's NOT cheating just because a strategy is hard for your deck to beat.
 
There are offensive decks.  There are quick decks.  But there are also lots of alternate ways to win the game, including energy denial, mill decks (making you run out of cards), tactical decks that just stop you cold, and this one, which is designed to win the whole game in one turn.
 
The fact that you didn't account for this possibility, or were unaware, just means that you need more practice.  There's nothing wrong with that though.  Frustration is understandable.  It's not uncommon to have a deck surprise you the first time playing against it.  Yet, if you couldn't stop this in a long drawn out game, your deck may need some additional work.

 

P.S.  If these Unown decks get better or faster, which doesn't look likely, the Rules Team may consider putting a stop to them.  In the meantime, they're completely legal and legit.  No cheating involved.

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gunmetal

Use bide barricade wobbafett it will stop that deck in its tracks

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Jammer87

Such a loop... If similar decks to the one the TC faced play Swellow from XY to Drive off bide barricade Wobbuffet every time it pops into the active spot to chase it out of the Active, but maintain the bread-and-butter of that same strategy in terms of the pieces, correct me if I'm wrong, but it sounds like that deck's opponent's could be victims of an "uber strategy", or a strategy that breaks the game in an unfair manner to tip every game this deck partakes in the player's favor... And I thought TPCi does its best to clamp down on such cards... If I'm correct, then Tear Away Weavile and/or Unown DAMAGE's eventual ban could be on the horizon upon the next quarterly report, expected next Friday...

 

^ And if it doesn't appear there, I hope players find-- and play--cards meant to counter the strategy to prevent losses from such a fashion from happening to them too, or else Expanded could be a format that is tilted in the favor of one deck. Not good...

 

EDIT: Wait a second... It sounds like you are NOT experiencing a technical issue. You are experiencing a problem that fits better in Game Feedback... Or even better, the Private Message system(which is a more appropriate setting for disputes that don't involve everyone in the public eye)... Don't mean to mini-mod, just trying to help you by giving you some suggestions regarding how to deal w/ such problems--whether now--or in the future: If you think about calling names on someone, don't post a thread like that to public eyes w/o the green light from the Mods.  To get that green light, PM the mods to send them an outline of the thread you want to post first and see what forum fits the thread better, and/or whether or not it doesn't break forum rule no. 4(Play Nice), or better yet, any forum rule. If they don't see potential rule violations, then you may go for it!

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Mod_Elderberry

Hello Trainer ssplinter456,

 

Whereas it is assuredly frustrating to play against, It doesn't appear the user in question has cheated.

 

Please do feel free to submit reports of cheating directly to the support team. You can submit a ticket to the support team by clicking the link to the support portal in my signature, signing in on the top right side of the page, then selecting the relevant category and clicking Contact Us.

 

I have edited your original post, accusing a specific player of cheating, and removing that players name.

 

This thread is now closed.

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