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  1. 3 points
    Yes, you can play up to 4 copies of any Tag Team card. If a card is restricted (like Prism Star, or Ace Spec cards), it will tell you on the card.
  2. 2 points
    That looks funny. These look like items. Tools are something you attach to a pokémon for an effect that stands while attached. Regarding your question, Item or Supporter... removing energy cards: Energy removal: Choose 1 Energy card attached to 1 of your opponent's Pokémon and discard it. Team flare grunt: Discard an Energy attached to your opponent's Active Pokémon. Xero: Choose a Pokémon Tool or Special Energy card attached to a Pokémon in play (yours or your opponent's) and discard it. Faba: Choose a Pokémon Tool or Special Energy card attached to 1 of your opponent's Pokémon, or any Stadium card in play, and put it in the Lost Zone. Although also Enhanced hammer: Discard a Special Energy from 1 of your opponent's Pokémon. Crushing hammer: Flip a coin. If heads, choose an Energy from 1 of your opponent's Pokémon and discard it. Wait and see hammer: You can use this card only if you go second, and only on your first turn. Discard an Energy from 1 of your opponent's Pokémon. To me Energy removal looks more like a Supporter. All items have some condition, flip a coin, have to be a Special only, use in this turn... All supporters discard directly and even can make choices sometimes: if energy or tool, or stadium; and TFG is only for the active but can be any, Basic or Special doesn't matter. As for switching: Gust of winds: Choose 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon and switch it with his or her Active Pokémon. Lysandre: Switch 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon with his or her Active Pokémon. 😏 Also Guzma: Switch 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon with their Active Pokémon. 🤔 If you do, switch your Active Pokémon with 1 of your Benched Pokémon. Do they look similar enough? For items doing this: Pokémon catcher: Flip a coin. If heads, choose 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon and switch it with their Active Pokémon. Originally the coin flip was not there but card became too powerful with the release of EX giving 2 prizes that they added it, like Crushing hammer have coin flip too. Custom catcher: If you played 2 cards, switch 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon with their Active Pokémon. (This effect works one time for 2 cards.) You need to play 2 at once Mega catcher :Switch 1 of your opponent's Benched Mega Evolution Pokémon with his or her Active Pokémon. Only works for Megas Counter catcher: You can play this card only if you have more Prize cards remaining than your opponent. Switch 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon with their Active Pokémon. You must be trailing in game. So again, it looks more like a Supporter, with no conditions to play it and "exact texts" as Lysandre and Guzma.
  3. 2 points
    I wanted to do 10 evolutions for the daily challange in under 3 minutes and then quit. My opponent decided that he wants to stall instead with his Mew Mew TAG TEAM deck. I had no way to tell him what my intentions are because of the chat. Then he wasted 25 minutes and lost the game. I had no energy in my deck and I used only Alolan Vulpix´s attack to find basic Pokémon. The lesson of the day - when you see an evolution challange deck, let them quit fast and enjoy a free victory 😅
  4. 2 points
    The The cosmos foil version of Giratina (LOT #97) comes from a Walmart-exclusive 2-pack mini-binder blister that was released in August 2019. A tradable copy of that card can be obtained in the game by redeeming the code card from that product. Since the physical products that the special foil variants of these 4 cards come from are only available from a single retailer, it stands to reason that their digital equivalents are similarly scarce in the game.
  5. 2 points
    Maybe next time take it down a notch and start by asking how those versions of the cards in question are obtainable in real life and/or the game. It could be that it's an error on the dev team's part (wouldn't be the first time), or it could be that your knowledge of what cards do and do not exist in real life is less comprehensive than you think. The Ultra Necrozma-GX Battle Arena Deck product that was released in October 2019 includes 2 copies of the non-foil Giratina (LOT #97) card and a code card that unlocks them in the game, along with the rest of the deck. The Mewtwo & Mew-GX and Garchomp & Giratina-GX Power Partnership Tins that were released in September 2019 contain a code card that unlocks a digital-only deck in the game, each of which includes 2 copies of the non-foil Giratina (LOT #97). The Walmart-exclusive Sun & Moon GX Challenge Box: Decidueye, Sun & Moon GX Challenge Box: Incineroar, and Sun & Moon GX Challenge Box: Primarina products that were released in November 2019 include 1 copy each of the rare holo-style foil Decidueye (SUM #11) and foil Decidueye-GX (SUM #12) cards, Incineroar (SUM #26) and Incineroar-GX (SUM #27) cards, and Primarina (SUM #41) and Primarina-GX (SUM #42) cards, respectively, plus a code card that unlocks them in the game. A similar version of this product was released in August 2018, but it included an oversized GX card instead of the rare holo-style foil card and the code card only unlocked 1 copy of the corresponding GX card in the game.
  6. 2 points
    Go spread. Granbull needs a huge bench to work (Magcargos and Orangurus) so Spell Tags and Sky Scorching Light are super for beating it. Spell Tag and Distortion Door damage onto Magcargo, then Sky Scorcher end game to get the prize lead back. If you aren't going to win when you Sky Scorcher, bring up a Oranguru with Guzma. They will find it hard to switch without Magcargos and you can then finish of the Guru next turn. Otherwise, another option is to just try and kill the weakest part of their board (only 1 Magcargo for example or 1 Oranguru).
  7. 2 points
    PTCG suppose to be a happy no stressful and a fun trading card game. But PTCGO, I don't know is it my overthinking or not, when in Versus mode and your score is exceed around 1.5k, everything start goes wrong. No matter what kind of deck u used, the win rate is dramatically fallen by giving u counter deck player, super weird and ****** startup, horrible hand, coin toss loser, especially when u played those kind of non Top Tier champion deck (such as Giratina), this kind of unfair situation will more obvious. So, I believe got do something behind the game platform backend by adjusting the value ( just like how industry mobile game work), but please, PTCGO should be fun and happy, stop doing this kind **** to make people **** off. If you want do, please don't make it so obvious to disgusting player. I am not newbie, but I am experienced player at least 1 year more although I am not a professional.
  8. 2 points
    After you get a good theme deck, play on the versus ladder (theme deck vs). There you can get packs, tokens, tickets, and cards. Log in every day, to get a pack on every 5th day. Use the tickets to enter theme event tourneys, where you can win TRADABLE packs. when you have those, look for trades. Unopened tradable packs are the currency of this game. Also, keep doing the daily challenges. When you get to level 16 and higher, the KO challenges will give you tradable packs.
  9. 2 points
    Starting with the 2.68 update on December 10, 2019, we're making some adjustments to the distribution of boosters received for finishing a Tournament in 1st and 2nd place. Standard and Expanded 8 Ticket Tournaments Original Rewards 1st Place 6 boosters from random Standard/Expanded expansions 400 Trainer Tokens 2nd Place 4 boosters from random Standard/Expanded expansions 200 Trainer Tokens Updated Rewards 1st Place 3 boosters from the most recent, regular expansion 3 boosters from random Standard/Expanded expansions 400 Trainer Tokens 2nd Place 2 boosters from the most recent, regular expansion 2 boosters from random Standard/Expanded expansions 200 Trainer Tokens Theme 4 Ticket Tournaments Original Rewards 1st Place 3 boosters from random Standard expansions 200 Trainer Tokens 2nd Place 2 boosters from random Standard expansions 100 Trainer Tokens Updated Rewards 1st Place 2 boosters from the most recent, regular expansion 1 booster from a random Standard expansion 200 Trainer Tokens 2nd Place 1 booster from the most recent, regular expansion 1 booster from a random Standard expansion 100 Trainer Tokens Rewards for players that finish in 3rd through 8th place will remain unchanged.
  10. 1 point
    Your 3 starter decks aren't complete until you beat 7 different trainers with each. Until then you might not be able to see them in the deck manager. I'm not sure about that as I, like most people, didn't know what I was doing at that point. The starter decks have a locked card list, you can't edit them (to keep theme deck vs. games fair). In Deck Manager, you can create new decks. Right now you probably can't build a Standard-legal deck, as all the starters use old cards. You CAN build Expanded decks, but the Expanded format includes some powerful rare old cards you're not likely to have access to (Ace Spec cards, which are powerful enough that they are limited to only one out of all of them in a deck, for example). So play the trainer challenge, or play Theme vs. games. Until you get a new Theme deck from the shop (your first 500 tokens), you won't do very well in vs, though each loss lowers the match-making rating, meaning you should see fewer better players. No, we can't see that rating. 😕 If you get a booster pack as a reward, it will stay sealed until you open it in the "Collection" interface. That's where you can see all your cards, though you can't see what is in decks there. All your cards are always available, even if they're in other decks! You never need more than 4 of a card, except basic energy cards. There's probably still more to say....
  11. 1 point
    So this was my first ever encounter of this Pokémon. My partner, who hadn’t caught it before either, and I ran to the spawn location because we’ve been wanting it for a while now. Turns out it was this pretty boy! Should have purchased a lotto ticket too! This was during the community day event. Didn’t even know these guys could be shiny or even appear in the wild before this happened.
  12. 1 point
    Yes, you can add all TT you want, pokémon or trainers, up to 4 copies of each. There's no special restrictions about them.
  13. 1 point
    gracias chasista, estoy construyendo un mazo de weezings con lo poco que tengo, lo mezclé con ultraentes, y algunos pokemón de fuego... soy nuevo efectivamente, una de las primeras cosas que hice fue comprar el mazo que trae al ninetales de alola, ese que es inmune a los gx, y creo que fue la mejor decisión que he tomado hasta ahora, me ayudó a ganarle a jugadores más experimentados que yo. dudo que pueda armar tu mazo con los pocos recursos que tengo, pero los weezings los puedo acompañar con los dos gx ultraentes que está regalando el modo versus, ya los tengo, si quieres te muestro el mazo pero no sé como...
  14. 1 point
    Just to be clear, as @SandaledOtter explained, "Tokens" are an in-game currency that has almost nothing to do with real-world money. You earn it through playing the PTCGO, you actually can't avoid earning it unless you stop signing into the game. XD I used to play the physical card game, but since I cannot attend League or tournaments, I shifted to PTCGO-only. Should you decide to pursue the PTCGO more, let us know and we can give you some solid advice on getting started. Beyond "Buy a recent Theme Deck from the in-game shop using the in-game currency you earn from logging in and just playing the game." Even that could be more specific, but I don't want to overwhelm you by explaining the metagame (competitive card pool) of the various Formats (real or PTCGO-exclusive). When you're ready for it, though, it can be explained. :) Oh, and one more thing: if you were unaware, the next set releases February 7th. Not only is it a new set, but a new Pokémon generation. Just as there are the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield video games, soon there will be a Sword & Shield TCG expansion, with a bunch of follow-up sets after it. Relevant to what we've been discussing is that each new, mainstream set brings with it more Theme Decks. Sometimes, the newest Theme Decks aren't that great, but usually, they're as good or a little better than what came before. So, if you aren't in a hurry and/or you aren't going to be playing enough to have another 500 Tokens ready by then, you might want to wait to buy a Theme Deck until February 7th, preferably after asking around to see which of the three new Sword & Shield Theme Decks are worth it (if any). If none of them are worth it, you can still ask about what the best Theme Deck is, whether for playing against other Theme Decks on the PTCGO or getting your start with the physical TCG.
  15. 1 point
    Hola @Pablecio, bienvenido a los foros, y al juego si es que estás empezando. Ésta es Hiedra: https://www.pokemon.com/es/jcc-pokemon/cartas-pokemon/sm-series/sm12/205/ Es un Partidario. En inglés se llama Roxie. (no sabía que en español era Hiedra jaja). Siempre puedes ver absolutamente todas las cartas del juego en el juego en línea, en el apartado de Colección y marcando la casilla: 'Mostrar las que no tengo' (o algo así) Si marcas las que tienes y las que no tienes, verás todas las cartas del juego. Y puedes después escribir en la caja de búsqueda para encontrar más fácilmente cualquier carta ya sea por su nombre o a veces por sus ataques, etc. También puedes aplicar diversos filtros si no sabes los nombres concretos o si buscas cartas para incluir en una baraja pero no tienes muy claro todas las cartas a disposición, por ejemplo si quieres pokémon psíquicos que sean básicos y tengan una habilidad, filtras y mostrará lo que buscas según los filtros elegidos. Por cierto, Hiedra es un partidario fácil de conseguir/barato. Puedes perfectamente intercambiarla 1 a 1 por casi cualquier otro Partidario o carta de entrenador o conseguir 4 Hiedra a cambio de un sobre viejo. Dar un sobre de los más nuevos por 4 hiedras en mi opinión sería sobrepagar. Ya que es tu pokémon preferido, te dejo una baraja semi-competitiva de Weezing, aunque es de otro distinto al que tienes, el de Vínculos indestructibles: Pokemon - 15 4 Koffing UNB 73 4 Weezing UNB 74 1 Tapu Koko PR-SM 30 1 Tapu Lele UPR 94 1 Larvitar LOT 115 1 Rotom Frío UPR 41 1 Oranguru SUM 113 1 Marshadow SLG 45 1 Ditto Estrella Prisma LOT 154 Trainer - 36 1 Guardia Roca PLF 108 3 Lylia UPR 125 4 Cintia UPR 119 1 Guzmán BUS 115 4 Nido Ball SUM 123 4 Tesoro Misterioso FLI 113 3 Pokégear 3.0 UNB 182 2 Ultraball SLG 68 2 Camilla de Rescate GRI 130 1 Loto Energía GRI 122 1 Bolsa Aventura LOT 167 1 Capturador Contraataque CIN 91 4 Hechizo LOT 190 1 Cinta Elegida GRI 121 1 Escapatín UPR 122 3 Santuario del Castigo CES 143 Energy - 9 4 Doble Energía Incolora SLG 69 4 Energía Contraataque CIN 100 1 Energía Triple Aceleración UNB 190 Total Cards - 60 La baraja consiste en poner muchos contadores de daño a todos los enemigos, y si es posible al final, usar Tapu Lele para juntar todos hasta hacer los KO necesarios para ganar. Es una baraja que fue Estándar pero ahora contiene algunas cartas de Expandido, así que se podrían cambiar muchas cosas ya que hay muchísimas más cartas con las que se podría construir una versión distinta (como por ejemplo añadiendo Buscapelea y cambiando algunos partidarios para incluir P Encina, N, Acromo...), o se podría sólo quitar las pocas que la hacen Expandida e intentar ver cómo funciona en el estándar actual.
  16. 1 point
    Hey Moderator, You can close this issue I could not replicate this maybe I was somehow tricked and got attacked. This is the Game Log:
  17. 1 point
    Files cannot be attached here. The text should be attached in a Spoiler, which is the 👁️ symbol in the editor. The one above contains just the lines where your Psychic Pokemon did damage, which happens to be exactly 500 HP. It is preferred that for this forum, you post all the numbered lines, and remove the part after the line "Game Log Output Ends Here." Just to be sure, on the left side of each challenge, you should see three symbols something like these: ⭐ This is the Trainer Challenge ⚡ This is the Vs. ladder 🏆 This is the Event tournaments. They indicate what part of the game the challenge can be completed in. A white symbol means the challenge is valid in that part. If the symbol is dark, you can't do the challenge there.
  18. 1 point
    I like the shaymin prism star idea, but I prefer vileplume gx because even if they great catch it, they still have to do 240 to ko. plus i really like how it can deal damage or prevent my opponent from attacking with allergic explosion gx. Choice helmet is very good also I prefer out speed my opponents with tsareena than damage reduction since i can heal with vileplume gx, great potion, mallow lana and calming huricane. Thanks for your ideas and suggestions, helped me a lot!
  19. 1 point
    While I certainly don't agree with a lot of decisions regarding the direction of the game (both in terms of general TCG, as well as TCGO), one can't deny that TPCI is still making profit and from a neutral perspective that is all that matters in the end. I also wonder when you / your opinions become “the TCG community”, because quite frankly the negative voices seem to be in the minority (yet, as usual those are the voices that cry out the loudest, because if you don't have anything to complain about you stay silent and enjoy the game). Lastly, I do believe that TPCI should invest more to make the game more acceptable to new players,without derailing from their business model. With that being said, the game is pretty balanced on a competitive level. In fact I think since the latest expansion we've seen more decks / archetype variants making it into top 8/16 then we did during the entire S&M era (just a gut feeling of mine).
  20. 1 point
    Game log (1) Issue at line 88 I think. Left all debug info because expecting this to be forwarded to Dev team. Game log (2) Lines 74, 90 and 159.
  21. 1 point
    If there's something negating abilities, counts as there's no abilities on the field. Wording, they really could do a lot better. All of us have that kind of doubts often.
  22. 1 point
    Ok, I didn't know that. I thought Green couldn't be played with abilities on the field, no matter if works or not. Thank you for your clarification!
  23. 1 point
    Could be Lugia EX in front? Plasma Lugia EX is very common in Legacy. PRomo BW83, PLS 108 and 134 and LTr 102, being all of them the same card. Is not the same GX and EX.
  24. 1 point
    When you buy new physical product (booster packs, theme decks, gift sets, tins, etc.) you get a Redemption Code card for it in the PTCGO. Things that are set, like the contents of a theme deck, the non-random cards in a gift set or tin, etc. you receive from using that Redemption Code card in the PTCGO. Booster packs are just going to follow the guidelines for that set, but are otherwise random. So the contents of your booster pack in the PTCGO may be totally different than those of the real-world pack from which its Redemption Code came. The big thing is that products received via these codes can be traded in the PTCGO. So yes, if you spend money on real-world products, it will make it easier to acquire the cards you want, one way or another. You can also look for those selling or trading their Redemption Code cards, but make sure they're trustworthy; Nintendo/TPCi/etc. aren't responsible if someone scams you and sells you a fake or already used Redemption Code card. If you're asking whether free-to-players can keep up with paying players, the short answer is yes. The long answer is "Yes, but you'll need to learn how to trade well, and invest a lot of time trading and grinding for in-game rewards." Still, this means someone like me can get busy for months at a time, then just come back to this game, knuckle down and grind for rewards, and get at least most of the cards we need. The exceptions are sometimes stupidly rare cards, like a promo known as Tropical Beach (it is even harder to obtain IRL XD).
  25. 1 point
    I recently got the new grass theme sun and moon deck. In the deck there is a kangaskhan card with the move hurricane punch. The move requires 4 coin flips with 50 damage for each heads. In 6 different turns I literally only got 2 to land on heads out of 24 coins! I'm curious how the game is randomised with coin flips or if this new deck is extremely buggy. I feel like I should have had better chances with a move that requires 4 energy just to use.
  26. 1 point
    It's a lost game so if a streak, you're going to lose it and if not, who cares then. I'd have conceded and try the challenge in next game. 25 min is a lot and some people could not recognize a Challenge evo deck even with instructions. Other times they just KO your basics one after the next. It's hard to know if they don't know the Evo challenges or they just have a Damage/KO challenge and want to do it with you before you quit. And now and then you find people even helping with N giving you 6 cards when you have none and that kind of plays or when you have been a couple turns doing nothing because lack of cards/draw.
  27. 1 point
    Great deck ideas! I've been tweaking this deck quite a bit and here's the list I settled on, I call the deck "Power Plants": ##Pokémon - 19 * 2 Bounsweet UNM 17 * 3 Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX UNM 1 * 2 Sewaddle UNM 7 * 3 Shaymin LOT 33 * 1 Shaymin {*} TEU 10 * 2 Steenee UNM 18 * 2 Swadloon UNM 8 * 2 Leavanny UNM 9 * 2 Tsareena UNM 19 ##Trainer Cards - 31 * 2 Cynthia & Caitlin CEC 189 * 1 Viridian Forest TEU 156 * 2 Coach Trainer UNM 192 * 3 Mallow & Lana CEC 198 * 1 Reset Stamp UNM 206 * 2 Choice Helmet LOT 169 * 3 Cynthia UPR 119 * 1 Power Plant UNB 183 * 2 Guzma & Hala CEC 193 * 4 Net Ball LOT 187 * 1 Great Catcher CEC 192 * 4 Tag Call CEC 206 * 3 Pokémon Communication BLW 99 * 1 Life Forest {*} LOT 180 * 1 Switch BLW 104 ##Energy - 10 * 8 Grass Energy SMEnergy 1 * 2 Weakness Guard Energy UNM 213 I've been using the Tag Call engine. Tag call gets Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX as well as key supporters: Cynthia & Caitlin (Draw support and supporter reuse), Mallow & Lana (Switch and healing), Guzma & Hala (Stadium search, special energy search, and choice helmet search) Guzma & Hala are great for weakness energy retrieval (against fire decks) as well as choice helmet for added damage resistance and stadium search for Power plant (Keldeo-GX/Mew3/Dedenne-GX counter), Viridian Forest (grass energy discard/search) and Life Forest (additional healing when you want to stay in the active position). I tried using Vileplume-GX and found that it was difficult to win due to the popularity of great catcher. Decks like ADP can take 3 prizes from Vileplume-GX With the 2-2-2 Leavanny and 2-2-2 Tsareena line I have always been able to evolve these Pokemon. I like to stick with using Leavanny as it's ability really helps against any deck, even one prize attacker decks. Net ball is amazing in this deck to search out grass energy or all your basics, including Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX. Basics like Shaymin Prism and Shaymin (Floral heal ability) are very easily found with Net ball when you need them. With Net ball, Guzma & Hala, and Viridian Forest you don't need to have as much basic energy in the deck as it is searchable. I like the idea of using Great potion but found that I could never get them when I needed them, I feel like they would be better suited to be used with a Green's Engine. Some of my strategies are as follows: - Keep only one Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX in play at a time and keep it in the active, then your opponent can never get use out of their great catchers - Use Reset stamp to stall your opponent if they take 3 or more prizes - Use Tasreena to help get 6 energy on Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor so it can use it's GX attack - it really helps against Mew3 and ADP decks, it really sets them back in the late game - Shaymin prism has free retreat and can also be a useful attacker against Keldeo-GX - Mallow & Lana is ideal to use with Shaymin prism to switch for large healing without needing to manually retreat energy - Evolve Leavanny first to give you incoming damage reduction, then evolve Tsareena, unless you think you can outspeed your opponent, than super growth Tsareena first - When using Tag call for extra card draw, grab a Cynthian & Caitlin and a Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor that way if you have an extra Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor you can use it as a free discard to use Cynthian & Caitlin's draw power Anyway, I've been working on this deck for a few months now, let me know if you like this version :)
  28. 1 point
    I did not know about the other statistics on the scroll barred menu - thank you for letting me know it was there. I still believe there are some issues and that some method of being able to keep track of the fairness of the software would be a net benefit to the community, but it may not be what the gatekeepers prefer - afterall, other than the price of the real Pokemon cards we purchase and then translate into virtual cards via codes for PTCGO, the online is free...
  29. 1 point
    The game visual is outdated Removing the trainee store Removing Fairy type What's next? Removing the full arts? Demanding money to enter tournaments? I don't know but the game should be better with time, not worse. Sadly the Pokemon Company doesn't give a **** about the PTCGO, all the suggestions and complains gets the same response * passing your suggestion to the development team* and NOTHING changes. I'm playing GWENT and it's much better, They're adding more things with time and not removing. But that's my opinion, Don't even bother repliyng, i already know how it will be. *Thank you for your feedback etc et etc...*
  30. 1 point
    Thanks! And thank you for the extra advice @Chasista!
  31. 1 point
    We lose one of our dearest and most beloved types. We will all remember Fairy for a different reason. Whether it be for the Meta Decks of Gardevoir, Gardevoir & Sylveon or Granbull for that short stint, the rogues of Rainbow Force & Xerneas BREAK or the unforgettable Sylveon Control, Fairy type shall always hold a special place in our hearts. All though it's life was short (since XY), it has provided a lifetime of memories. Thank you for everything Fairy, you will not be forgotten.
  32. 1 point
    Thank you for the input, that helps a lot! I've got a good idea of what to take out now, and I'll get some more trainer cards in there for draw power. I know I have at least one of N, Cynthia, Colress, Juniper, and Ace Trainer to put in.
  33. 1 point
    That's up to you. If you feel yourself strong enough to fulfil people's expectations, do it. If you think you're going to promise cards and then be late in deliveries, not sending some cards or having problems to reply people's questions here in forums and so, then try a different formula (if you still want to give to the community) or just leave it and play for yourself some time while you think about it. It's not your fault but usually in internet people think they have more rights than they really have and forget about people's life: "if you said once a week, don't say later once every week and a half. You're not going to be forgiven, ever" 🙄 It's not a contract but people tends to be mad if you wrote something and then you're not doing exactly what you wrote Seeing the post lately, I would try a different thing myself or take a while to come with more conviction than asking people about what to do. Looks not very encouraging. But choice of course, is yours.
  34. 1 point
    Hey, as someone who is constantly shifting ********** of the game / forum: If you lack the dedication / passion to continue the thread then you shouldn't settle on a half baked approach, even if enough people want it to continue (which, given the user density on the forum, is difficult to imagine anyway). I've got so many articles, strategy and deck reviews, beginner tips, etc. sitting unfinished on my desktop and I'm not motivated enough to finish any of them, knowing that I need the necessary motivation, otherwise I wont deliver something that I can be proud of. This thread has helped many new players and I believe they are all thankful for the work you've put into it and for your generosity with your giveaways. You deserve some rest :). Get your battery charged up, let that passion reignite itself and I'm sure your next thread will be just as great.
  35. 1 point
    Hi, i just want to know if the game will be like this forever. This game REALLY needs another appearence, i play it for years and i know people who play it even before i started and i remember seeing exactly the same game as it is today, the only thing that changes are the new expansions and some small art in the mais screen and that's all, i've already gave a suggestion some time ago just like many others and we just got completely ignored, the game still stucks with the same old visual and the same boring animations, it really gets boring, i don't even want to play that much now, because it's always the same, the same boring appearence facing the same decks everytime, and a game that don't comes up with something new just gets forgotten, the main reson this does'nt happen with this game is because Pokemon is the most famous franchine in the whole world, they can do a better game if they want but unfortunately they don't want to spend money to give their players what they deserve. Well, that's just MY opinion, and i'm sure that a lot of people want to see more changes too. I really hope to see this game gets the attention that it deserves (Sorry for any mistake, english is not my first language) Thanks for the attention.
  36. 1 point
    Yes, anyone can still join! If you join late, you can still pick and use any Pokémon from the list but Pokémon that have already been drawn can't count towards a bingo. We are playing for a single line bingo, diagonal or straight. Free space counts towards a bingo! Happy New Year to you!
  37. 1 point
    I never got to play Pokemon stadium for N64 but I was around during that time period. I do remember testing it out as a kid in the store Best Buy and still remember it. Something I wish they would do is make some type of multiplayer experience for pokemon but put it all into one Pokemon stadium type game. Something where you could choose any attack for a certain type to give the pokemon and maybe a bit more intuitive with the way you attack rather than just pressing what the attack is. Possibly you would need to control the pokemon a bit as well to keep things balanced and fun. But aside from all this one thing that is driving me crazy to know is when they are going to bring the Pokemon Trading Card game to the Nintendo Switch. It's been a long time since the old game boy game that is so outdated and old. This would be perfect to also ramp up people into buying the actual real card packs. I've read a few articles on this and all I know is about a year ago PTCGO updated their policy saying something about possibly needing information from your Nintendo Switch online account. Yes I'm talking this game here. Something I had read while scanning google. Not sure if this has already been planned or not due to the updating wording of PTCGO's policy section but I hope in the future they do make this a reality. Thanks for sharing.
  38. 1 point
    Yes, there is. An it's there to make multi-accounting barely worthless Trade locked cards never become into Tradable cards, as they are gifted to us via free rewards for playing VS, Trainer challenge... or by Tokens which are free to get, hence become in trade locked items (theme decks, boosters... in shop). Trade locked cards/packs come from: - Daily log in rewards - Trainer challenge - Vs ladder cards/packs/chests, including mystery boxes for daily wins - Daily challenges of level 1 and 2 - Any item bought in game shop via tokens Tradeable stuff come from: - Any stuff gotten from redeeming a code from IRL products (packs, tins...) - Events (tournaments) rewards, incuding Bonus wheels. - Packs from Daily challenge at Level 3 (16 KOs) A bit mess at the beginning but very easy to get used to.
  39. 1 point
    Hi. Happy New year. Are buying codes online good? Well, it depends on a lot of factors, mainly personal ones. But I'd say is good if you want to save time and efforts to get expensive cards. Would be like paying for it with real money to have it the easy way. Considering how cheap they are, but the cards acquired from the packs can’t be traded. Is it worth it? The cards from online codes can be traded! What can't be traded are the cards gotten from the packs you buy in the online game with tokens. On the other side, if the question is: Are buying packs online good? It's also dependant on some factors. I've just ended getting every single Theme recently so I started to get online packs because, what else you can do with tokens but getting the Theme, Trading and buy online packs? Personally I wanted all the Theme decks. If you're not interested in them or you already have the ones you're interested to, buying online packs right now is the best you can do with the tokens. I'd encourage to save a good amount for the time the next expansion releases (February tho!) to get both Theme and then get a good bunch of packs of the new set. Even getting trade locked cards, all you get you don't need to trade/"pay" for. If you're looking for opening packs and then get more packs with the cards you get, then buying online codes is the path.
  40. 1 point
    Maybe you should get a head start on this and complain about V and VMAX being too powerful. Really? I posted in one thread, came to this one, read the new post, typed my response, and it was "too fast?" Maybe if I add lots of extra text it will take long enough that I can post? How about now?
  41. 1 point
    Sorry to revive something so old, but I like to play the Trainer Challenge whenever I have a losing streak in Versus. Sometimes it just feels good to beat an opponent who does nothing to beat you.
  42. 1 point
    Now i can see the rare card. Might have been my mistake. Sorry for the confusion.
  43. 1 point
    Which is done through beating the Trainer Challenge. If that bit was obvious, my bad. XP
  44. 1 point
    All Claimed But I might be uploading some somewhat soon
  45. 1 point
    Arceus & Dialga & Palkia GX Tag Team
  46. 1 point
    The 3-letter abbreviations are for sets. EVO is Evolutions, and those are Mewtwo Mayhem and Pikachu Power. UPR is Sun & Moon: Ultra Prism. SUM era is all the Sun & Moon sets. GX, EX, and V are more powerful Pokémon. EX are basics from the Black & White and XY era sets with names that have "EX" in capital letters after them. (There are also "ex" Pokémon, which are different, because Japan.) These only evolve into MEGA EX Pokémon. GX are a similar thing from the Sun & Moon sets. These Pokémon can be any stage, and can evolve from or rarely into others which may or may not be GX Pokémon themselves. (See Eevee GX and Leafeon GX as examples of rare cases.) These also may be Tag Team Pokémon, which feature multiple Pokémon on one card. V are from the upcoming sets, so we don't have any in the online game yet. These will be more like EX than GX, with each V being a basic stage, and some evolving into VMAX Pokémon. Each of these has some additional cost, mostly just that your opponent takes extra prize cards for knocking them out (2 or 3, depending). MEGAs end your turn when they evolve. It is important to remember that ex, EX, GX, and V are all different things, and cards which target one won't target the others, except where they say so.
  47. 1 point
    @ultratribopower Are we talking about an unaltered Theme Deck, or an older deck archetype you remember? One of the two decks that were released alongside EX - Power Keepers contains the Machoke from EX - Power Keepers. Do a search for Pokemon TCG Mind Game to find it. Possibly it was one of the more obscure releases, but I am using a source that tends to have those and this is the closest I've come to it. Black & White was the first TCG set for Gen V, and it officially released on April 25, 2011 in North America and many other major markets. If the Machamp has been correctly identified, know that there are two releases for it: Machamp ( EX - Hidden Legends 9/101) Machamp ( EX - Power Keepers 11/108) The former officially released on June 14, 2004, the latter February 14, 2007. Was the deck you're talking about a Standard Format compliant deck at the time? EX - Power Keepers rotated out of the Standard - then referred to as the "Modified" Format on September 1, 2008. So... I hope we can find it, but unless this deck was just a fun one you and your friends built, it is probably over 10 years old, and definitely unavailable on the PTCGO.
  48. 1 point
    There are many Machamp cards, but THAT Machamp is only that number and set plus 9/101 from EX Hidden Legends. It isn't available in the online game at all. As for the deck, I can't find a theme deck using that card, but others might be better at that.
  49. 1 point
    Thanks a ton. Luckily I just pulled a dedenne-gx for a random pack i got for free so it won't really count. It really means a lot that you took the time to respond to my post.
  50. 1 point
    It's been this way for the past 4 days.. Get players that let the timer run out or just forfeit once the game starts.. Its annoying to deal with.
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