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  1. 13 points
    The Final Round! Gengar #094 https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokedex/gengar Sometimes, on a dark night, your shadow thrown by a streetlight will suddenly and startlingly overtake you. It is actually a Gengar running past you, pretending to be your shadow. & Mimikyu #778 https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokedex/mimikyu Its actual appearance is unknown. A scholar who saw what was under its rag was overwhelmed by terror and died from the shock. Leave a Like if you think Gengar is the spookiest of the 2, or leave an Upvote if you think Mimikyu is the spookiest!
  2. 4 points
    Round 3 Starts Here! Misdreavus #200 https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokedex/misdreavus Misdreavus frightens people with a creepy, sobbing cry. The Pokémon apparently uses its red spheres to absorb the fearful feelings of foes and turn them into nutrition. & Gengar #094 https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokedex/gengar Sometimes, on a dark night, your shadow thrown by a streetlight will suddenly and startlingly overtake you. It is actually a Gengar running past you, pretending to be your shadow. Leave a Like if you think Misdreavus is the spookiest of the 2, or leave an Upvote if you think Gengar is the spookiest!
  3. 3 points
    Sun & Moon - Unbroken Bonds 6Y6-QRVM-TQD-YMB
  4. 3 points
    Ok, I understand that may be the official statement. But you can't deny that in spite of that, it was working great up until the September server update. So it is very difficult for a user to be told that something they once had and enjoyed is now broken. With such increased acceptance of the Chrome OS platform, I no longer use my Windows PC. I enjoy playing on my lunch break and it's nice to be able to play against my daughter when I travel, but I hear excuses and not many plans for a long term solution, which is frustrating.
  5. 3 points
    Sun &a Moon - Unbroken Bonds 72Z-66GX-HGD-WVG 7PG-W7HN-TCY-PGQ NNK-49VK-7XQ-G2C
  6. 3 points
    Tened en cuenta que no es lo mismo comprar una baraja para jugarla que comprarla para usar sus cartas en construir una baraja personalizada. Por completar el comentario del compañero LeoSi, Ocaso solitario lleva 2-1 de Malamar también. Es mejor Concentración láser ya que lleva 2-2, pero si te ves en la tesitura de querer más Malamar y no querer comprar la misma baraja dos veces, ahí tienes otra opción. Invocador de tormentas lleva 3-2 de Naganadel. Circuito fulminante lleva 3-3-2 de Magnezone. Cañón torrencial lleva 3-2 de Pidgeotto, igual que Tormenta creciente. Comando imperial lleva 2-2 de Alolan Sandslash, igual que Derribo tropical. Llama implacable lleva 3-2-2 de Nidoqueen. Y lo más importante, Volcán en llamas lleva 2-1 de Magcargo. También está 2-1 en Furia acuática, que también lleva 3-2-2 de Swampert. Todos ellos motores de búsqueda de pokémon, o de energías, o con habilidades que pueden ayudar. Con Volcán en llamas digo que es "lo más importante" porque si se empieza por comprar Llama implacable, también fuego, juntando los Charizard con los Magcargo y algunos entrenadores, se puede ya hacer una baraja Estándar o Expandida de fuego. Soldadora imprescindible, a la vez que Cintia y Lilia y posiblemente Valentía de Brock. Tanto Cintia como Lilia están en varias barajas temáticas (Tormenta creciente, Concentración láser, Circuito fulminante y Combate mental llevan todas 2 y 2). Cañón torrencial y Llama implacable llevan cada una 2 Cintia y 2 V de Brock, etc. Como anécdota, la baraja más célebre llevando Cintia fue en su día Impacto mach, número uno indiscutible en su momento de lanzamiento y con dos de ellas se podía crear incluso una baraja estándar competitiva gracias a Lucario y llevando 4 Cintias y el Bloc amigos. A veces si lo que se pretende es construir, sale a cuenta comprar dos barajas temáticas de alguna como para tener 4-4- de Malamar o 4 Cintia, 4 Lilia... Yo lo hice con la de Combate mental para conseguir rápido 4 Soldadoras,, aunque el resto de la baraja no fuera muy bueno. También con Llama implacable y Cañón torrencial para intentar barajas de Charizard y de Blastoise. Y con alguna más pero no recuerdo cuáles. Por eso es diferente comprar una baraja temática para jugarla en JcJ (Llama implacable, Volcán en llamas, Cañón torrencial, Comando imperial...) que comprarla para construir barajas personalizadas, según los entrenadores o cartas que contengan. Y a veces algunas barajas sirven para ambas cosas 😍 Poco a poco irás consiguiendo barajas. Yo ahora mismo tengo todas desde Explosión Plasma en adelante (excepto las dos de Evoluciones de lo malas que son), todas las de HGSS y en medio de ello, algunas de Blanco y negro que he ido comprando aleatoriamente. Y 1000 monedas preparadas para las temática de la expansión que está por venir 😋
  7. 3 points
    I haven't read most parts of the thread, but I read the post by srsrox and yours, and the original post. While I support srsrox strongly, because fundamentally, this game is a place to practice how one would go about in the real world with those decks and a competitive player like him, who would love playing close matches rather than waste his time doing something else, and conceding for that seems completely acceptable. The point that he highlighted was - Maybe its the challenges that should change. I don't know if you were there before ladder and daily challenges were not present. We didn't have linear daily wins ladder either. All we had was ranked matches (PvP), Testing decks against AI or Friendly matches against friends. People never had problems in conceding back then. These threads only started because people wanted to earn a reward through challenges and were frustrated when they were robbed off from completing them. The point is, its the daily challenges that are flawed rather than the problem being conceding. Fundamentally, all players reserve the right to concede at any point of time and for any reason. This should never change. Its the daily challenges that should change if you don't want this kind of problem. Personally speaking, all the additions of Ladder rewards, daily challenges, daily wins ladder are at first welcoming, but when you look at it overall. The environment in vs mode doesn't give that competitive vibe anymore. It all seems like people want to win as fast as possible and complete and get the rewards. It is a big reason why threads like these have started and why the chat was actually canned. Because people get frustrated on being robbed off from such rewards that they could have possibly achieved in less time.
  8. 3 points
    You are right, Evo Soda is much better than Wally, because it's a trainer card. Wally was banned for one sole reason: you could use it on the first turn, before your opponent had the chance to do anything. What they want to avoid with a lot of bans is a scenario where the game is decided by a coin flip, due to the starting layer being able to lock the opponent out of the game on the first turn. What I always enjoy is to see creative ways how players get around the shackles of the game and find decks that are just absurd with cards that were clearly not intended to be used in such ways. I think I mentioned this ridiculous Expanded deck that is terrorizing Japan at the moment: Essentially you are killing your own Jirachin EX with a new tool that gives the Pokemon GX/EX that carries it -100HP, but as a trade off your opponent gets 1 less card if the Pokemon is knocked out. You then get your opponent down to 1 prize, play Lt. Surge, N and Mars, leaving the opponent with no cards in hand and proceed to lock him out with Chip-Chip Ice Axe. The new tool card Island Challenge Amulet was never intended to be used as a ******* mechanic for your own Pokemon, but somehow players found a creative way to use it (and frustrate the opponents in the process). As for “Pros play Standard”. There are a bunch of Expanded stops on the Pokemon World Tour, but Standard is definitely the dominant format. It makes sense from a financial standpoint, because that way TPCI makes sure that new expansions are bought, as cards rotate out of the format and new ideas emerge. Also, they tend to forget about Expanded from time to time, leaving a bunch of ********** decks run the format (Zoroark GX is a great example of this).
  9. 3 points
    Maybe it's because I'm kind of new, but I find a game that I'm most likely losing exciting still. I'm watching the other player's moves, learning, maybe even getting impressed. 😀 And sometimes I actually win games I thought I was losing 😊, so I never quit. Maybe the other player think it's boring to watch me desperately trying to get back on track 😂, but hopefully not. 🤗
  10. 3 points
    If a pokemon retreats on the bench. Those kinds of effects are removed. So when it became the active pokemon again, it simply could use Flare strike again. This is not a bug, it is as intended and how the ruling works.
  11. 3 points
    No way. If I'm playing a game and I know I'm going to lose, or if I don't want to play the deck you're using, then I'll quit. It should be my right. You get the win and reward anyways. The challenges should change though, but in real life, you can drop out, so it should be in this game without punishment.
  12. 2 points
    If there were different ban symbols for "all," "standard," and "expanded," that would clear things up quite a bit. (I include a standard ban symbol here for future-proofing and completeness; I can't think of any card that has been banned in only standard except for those rotated out.)
  13. 2 points
    Nailing down the fundamentals of deck building is mostly about trial and error... or asking and listening. ;) The catch is the latter isn't always an effective way to learn plus things change over time. I'm not too great at building decks myself, either, which is why I'm hesitant to even try and advise you in such a manner. ^^' Periodically they post the top eight decks that have one recent, semi-major and major tournaments on the main Pokémon site, though you might have to hunt to find the exact place. The only issue here is you may not understand why a deck was built that way. Still, copying such a list and practicing with it until you do understand is an option.
  14. 2 points
    Only 2. Misty & Lorelei Tag Team Supporter searches your deck for 3 water energy but if you discard 5 cards from your hand your Water Pokemon can use GX attacks again this turn. Expanded you have Propagation Exeggcute for the discard requirement and sometimes you are not only limited to Water Pokemon! With Ancient Origins Vaporeon, you can make your stage 1 Pokemon Water type allowing you a more open range on what GX attacks you can use. Note that it says your Water Pokemon can do GX attacks, not Water GX Pokemon, so something like Liepard from Boundaries Crossed with Vaporeon can copy any GX attacks. The second has less options. Bonnie from Forbidden Light, you have to discard a Stadium in play to use it but your Zygarde GXs can use their GX attacks again this turn. Zygarde GX from Forbidden Light's GX attack costs 4 energy but blocks all GX and EX Pokemon attacking it next turn. Hope this information helped! Have fun...
  15. 2 points
    ok thx, i do them as it give me something to do, also kinda gets me to use a variety of decks.
  16. 2 points
    English is my first language, @Velking yet it is still hard to avoid frequent mistakes. XD Happy gaming!
  17. 2 points
    Trading Companies have all but shut down due to most of the owners diverting their time elsewhere. It isn't hard to probably find other social media platforms out there that have chats/groups of people discussing prices in real time, which is almost better than a Guide or Trading Company to use as a reference.
  18. 2 points
    1. All your cards are always in your collection, even if they are in another deck. This means you only ever need 4 of a card. 2. The first time you buy a particular deck, it is automatically opened and added to your collection. If you buy the same deck again, or when you buy a booster pack, it goes into your collection as a sealed pack. The cards are only added to your collection when you open it in the "pack" tab of your collection. 3. The theme decks do not have the older EX and MEGA cards, or the newer GX cards. There may be exceptions to this, but I can't think of any. You can only get them by opening packs or by trading. 4. The import function is for printed deck lists you have found online (in the correct format) and copied to your clipboard. There are some on these forums from time to time when people want to ask about or show off their decks. The format comes from the "export" function.
  19. 2 points
    Muy buenas @Ostheyms, bienvenido/a. Los desafíos diarios dan recompensas, como ya has visto. Existe un primer nivel en el que tienes un desafío diario. Pasado nivel 5 u 8, no recuerdo exacto, te añaden otro, de modo que puedes tener 2 desafíos en progreso a la vez. Y a nivel 12 o 15 o no tengo ni idea, llegas a poder tener tres. Hay tres tipos de desafío: de daño, de evolución y de KO. A niveles bajos piden menos y las recompensas también son menores, como ahora que te piden 500 de daño. Cuando estableces un cierto nivel y en adelante, se quedan ya igual y piden 1000 de daño (35 monedas, 1XP), 10 evoluciones (60 monedas, 2XP), o 16 KOs (un sobre aleatorio intercambiable, 3 XP). Visto así, lo que más interesa son las evoluciones, que dan más monedas y XP y son muchísimo más fáciles de conseguir que el daño, y por supuesto los KOs aunque se puede alargar bastante ya que debido a los EX, GX y TT, con 2 KO a veces terminas una partida, en vez de 6 KO si son pokémon que dan un premio y sobretodo a la mucha gente que al ir perdiendo, concede. Una partida que podrías sacar de 3 a 6 KO, la mayoría de veces consigues un par y el oponente se retira. Para evoluciones, la inmensa mayoría de jugadores tiene barajas dedicadas. No se trata de ganar, sólo de evolucionar. No hay energías, sólo copias de evoluciones hasta fase 2, evosoda, caramelos raros, balls para buscar pokémon y entrenadores para mover la mano y recuperar de descarte. La mayoría de veces, si el oponente es listo, aunque te pueda ganar en 6 turnos, te deja terminar el desafío, aunque no siempre encontrarás gente lista.. pero a lo sumo te puede llevar dos partidas haciéndolo así. Mi recomendación es que si alguien te deja hacer tu desafío, si ves que lo tiene todo montado y te puede hacer KO cada turno pero no te ataca, sólo pasa el turno para que tu puedas evolucionar, al completarlo le dejes hacerte KOs y si ves que no los hace, concedas tú en agradecimiento. Cada tipo (fuego, planta, etc) tiene 3 niveles. Complentando el primer nivel te como premio una moneda. El segundo una funda/reverso de carta y el tercero una caja de baraja. Una vez un tipo está en nivel 3, no suma más. Hay 10 tipos, a 3 niveles por tipo, nivel 30. En realidad ser nivel 15 o 30 no sirve para nada. Sólo consigues esos premios y el poder tener tres desafíos diarios que te dan recompensas de tokens o sobres. Para desechar un desafío, pulsa sobre el mismo y aparecerán dos botones, uno de Información y una papelera. La información te explica los detalles y la papelera lo desecha. Creo que no puedes elegir uno nuevo hasta la hora de cambio de día (en España sobre las 2 de la mañana, si vives en otro sitio cambia, Creo que por defecto es a mediodía de la hora PST (del Pacífico de EUA) Los desafíos contra la IA, son a bajo nivel. Cuando subas un poco ya sólo podrás completarlos en JcJ y en Eventos. Si puedes completar alguno contra la IA de algún tipo que no tenga una baraja muy buena, eso que tendrás avanzado. En dicho caso, Fuego tiene de sobra con Llama implacable y Volcán en llamas. Volcán en llamas tiene un pokémon tipo planta que para daño puede servir a veces. Agua está regalada con Abismos ocultos. Para Lucha, Cumbres sublimes y en mucha menor medida Impacto mach. Impacto mach para Dragón Eléctrico, Invocador de tormentas. Tb tiene algo de psíquico ésta. Para psíquico Concentración láser. Para planta, Derribo tropical que además tiene un poco de cada tipo. Hoja eléctrica es muy buena pero ha llegado en un momento en que el fuego está en lo más alto. Por suerte empieza a ser contrarrestado por la baraja de Abismos ocultos y esa tiene algunos pokémon con debilidad d planta. Ahora mismo no hay nada muy bueno para Hada, Metal o Siniestro aunque en su día, Marea de hierro no estaba del todo mal (ahora es mala y débil a fuego... un drama) y Engranajes de fuego tiene un KlingK... que apenas se usaba para atacar, pero ahí está, Eco encantado tiene un Sylveon suelto y Fortaleza vital un Xerneas. Lucha siniestra fue la mejor durante una era y Destrucción mortífera tiene un Yveltal que hace pupa. En cuanto a barajas temáticas que comprar, yo no me preocuparía tanto de los desafíos como de la escalera de premios y el versus y compraría las dos de fuego y la de Kyogre para empezar, conseguir monedas, ganar algún evento incluso, y así poder ir comprando otras temáticas poco a poco. Los desafíos no te van a dar muchas monedas, el versus y la escalera sí. No sé si me dejo algo. Cualquier duda, ¡pregunta!
  20. 2 points
    i playing game for 4 years but game already same attacking animations. the gameboy version of this game have more good and smooth animations like fireballs - thunderbolts - hydro pump - solar beams. Cards dont need to move and tackling when using abilities for fast games. please rework animations and add throwing or burst - spray like attacks.
  21. 2 points
    I copy a deck yesterday and system miss to add Solgaleo gx promo SM104 when import. seems Promo have problems to be recognized.
  22. 2 points
    when are they going to be the prize for tourney?
  23. 2 points
    Just to stave off any potential panic here, our records show that the card was successfully added your partner's collection as a result of your trade. Further, your partner then successfully traded that card away to another account ~90 minutes later.
  24. 2 points
    Salandit & Salazzle only I think would be hard but you have 2 options to play standard or expanded deck with Salazzle as a side kick. The Salazzle from Unbroken Bonds can be a useful for drawing cards (Ability: Discard a Fire Energy from your hand, then draw 3 cards.) so can fit in with lots of Fire type decks or even Unown HAND. Another expanded option is the Burning Shadows Salazzle which is a Psychic type and for 1 Psychic Energy you can search your deck for any 2 cards. It's second attack is the main draw card though, 1 Psychic Energy and your opponent's Active Pokemon is now Poisoned. Place four damage counters instead of 1 on that Pokemon between turns. Add Seviper from Burning Shadows and Virbank City Gym from Black & White Plasma Storm and you'll have a crazy Poison deck. When it is released, Cosmic Eclipse has a great Dragalge which adds 10 damage counters to a Pokemon which is already Poisoned. Hope this helped!
  25. 2 points
    Well, I can agree that there's a level of luck involved in every Pokemon battle. It may seem especially prominent in Theme Vs. what with Relentless Flame and that silly Rapidash. However, I think skill can always beat out luck. For instance, if Rapidash gets heads and is invulnerable for the turn, you should retreat and bring out a less useful Pokemon to absorb the next hit. Make the smarter moves and you'll always come out on top! All that said, I can sympathize with ya... Sometimes, someone draws exactly what they need when they need it and everything's going their way... Bleh, it's really frustrating. But keep trucking on! Lol, good luck!
  26. 2 points
    Welder. I don't even need to think about it. That card is literally the bane of my existence. In my opinion, attaching two extra energies a turn is worthy of a supporter card itself. Welder takes that, and also lets you draw three additional cards. That all but guarantees you can attach three fire energies in one turn. I no like that. 😆
  27. 2 points
    Supongo que tampoco habrá mucha diferencia, como dices y que al final sobrarán las monedas. Yo todavía no sé la fuerza de las cartas así que me fio de lo que vosotros me comentéis. Me compraré esos dos mazos los primeros. Gracias por el consejo sobre las dos nuevas barajas, no tenía ni la más mínima idea. Gracias por las pormenorizadas explicaciones, qué lujo que haya gente así en la comunidad.
  28. 2 points
    Except that you can't use SOda on your first turn, which was the whole point of Wally.... also, why on earth would you ban a card, just because there is a better alternative? Following that logic 80-90% of the card pool should be banned from competetive formats.
  29. 2 points
    Yup. A good ban list should be about three steps ahead of the players, and also at least one step ahead of the designers. Forest of Giant Plants really is a great example of this not happening; while it was indeed banned in part because of Shiftry (NXD), its set-mate Vileplume was almost as bad... and even got to ***** the combo in Standard. For those unfamiliar with Vileplume (AOR), its Ability prevented either player from playing Item cards from hand. This meant the potential for T1 Item-lock. Yes, it hit both players, but you had AZ to bounce it during your turn if you needed Items back, plus the deck usually burned through most of its Item cards on its first turn, prior to enacting the lock. @_@ Once Forest of Giant Plants rotated from the Standard Format, Forest of Giant Plants was banned and Shiftry left the list. A common approach to balancing an effect is to slap it on an Evolution; besides it taking multiple cards for most Evolutions to hit the field (versus a Basic just needing itself), it also usually takes multiple turns. Just needing one turn to Evolve is enough to keep an Ability from being a T1 option... unless shortcuts like Forest of Giant Plants are introduced.
  30. 2 points
    Wally was never used in conjunction with Shiftry. Shiftry got banned after the release of Forest of GIant Plants, then years later FogP got banned and SHiftry was allowed to return to the Expanded format. Wally was mainly banned because of Trevenant, but also to prevent any future T1 item locks. Same with FogP and with Maxie's Hidden Ball Trick: if you just ban the Pokemon than sooner or later a new thread will rise. Banning the enabling card is usually the much safer choice. Interestingly on November 15th TPCI will add several cards to the Expanded ban list, following recent bans from Japan, after a hilarious deck went rampage over there that was able to destroy the opponents hand turn 1. Many believe that this, as well as the new T1 supporter rule, suggest that starting with 2020 they will have global releases of sets and unified rule sets for Japan and the West. Now they just need to allow Japanese cards in tournaments in Europe and I can start playing this game IRL ;D.
  31. 2 points
    Zygarde's attack text is: Verdict GX Prevent all damage done to this Pokemon by attacks from Pokemon-GX and Pokemon-EX during your opponent's next turn. Blacephalon using Fireball Circus is neither -EX or -GX. There is no bug, unless you are talking about something else?
  32. 2 points
    Dusclops #356 https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokedex/dusclops Dusclops's body is completely hollow—there is nothing at all inside. It is said that its body is like a black hole. This Pokémon will absorb anything into its body, but nothing will ever come back out. & Mimikyu #778 https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokedex/mimikyu Its actual appearance is unknown. A scholar who saw what was under its rag was overwhelmed by terror and died from the shock. Leave a Like if you think Dusclops is the spookiest of the 2, or leave an Upvote if you think Mimikyu is the spookiest!
  33. 2 points
    Based on the quality of your writing I'd say the chances of a hacker are 0/10 and the chances of you missing something are 11/10.
  34. 1 point
    No, you wouldn't be able to use ReshiZard's GX for two fire energies because the attack cost is 3 fire and Dimension Valley only reduces attack costs by one colourless energy.
  35. 1 point
    Thanks for the answer.
  36. 1 point
    Hola @LeoSi14, ante todo, muchas gracias por hacer este post. Jugadores novatos como yo te lo agradecemos. En lo personal, ayer jugué una sesión corta porque se me caían las partidas (no sé si por mi conexión o los servidores del juego o qué). Compré la baraja de Kyogre y la testeé un poco solamente. Esta tarde intentaré probarla un poco más, sobre todo enfocándola más a estos puntos que dices. Añado que tengo ganas de probar alguna baraja más tipo la de Malamar y Blastoise, aunque compraré la de Groudon antes (que tiene muy buena pinta también). ¿Existen hilos similares que hayas hecho con las otras barajas? En caso de que no, buscaré por el foro que seguro que algún usuario las ha ido comentando. Aunque la baraja de Charizard más o menos la aprendí de forma autodidacta es mucho más fácil de entender cuando las explica alguien más experimentado
  37. 1 point
    On October 29, 2019 the Pokémon TCG Online was updated to version 2.67. Changes in this version include: Added support for the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Cosmic Eclipse expansion. This expansion will be available in the game for code redemption on October 31 and in the Shop on November 1. Sun & Moon—Cosmic Eclipse will be legal for use in tournaments starting November 15. Energy Recycle System (CES #128): Resolved an issue that caused a noticeable delay before the chosen cards are shuffled into the deck, which could occasionally cause the match to end immediately. Machamp (PLB #49): Badge of Discipline's buff icon should no longer appear on Pokémon that are not in play. Metal Frying Pan (FLI #112, 144): The effect should now consistently apply to Pokémon that are {M} Pokémon due to the effect of an Ability. Muk (TEU #63): Pokémon taking more than 10 damage between turns from Poisoned should no longer take damage in increments less than 10 after being evolved or devolved. Ninja Boy (STS #103): Playing this card on a Pokémon that is generating a suppression effect should no longer cause the match to crash. Sea of Nothingness (CIN #99): Pokémon taking more than 10 damage between turns from Poisoned should no longer take damage in increments less than 10 after being evolved or devolved. U-Turn Board (UNM #211, 255): U-Turn Board is now consistently sent to the discard pile when discarded from play while the effects of Pokémon Tool cards are disabled. The Dark Silver Rainbow Necrozma Coin, Green Ice Rowlet Coin, Light Gold Zeraora Coin, Light Orange Dragonite Coin, and Light Purple Mewtwo Coin gameplay items should now appear in the Create Trade screen.
  38. 1 point
    There are a few codes that are always there, for a particular theme deck called Rallying cry. PrimalClash PhantomForces FuriousFists FlashFire PlasmaFreeze PlasmaBlast PlasmaStorm BoundariesCrossed Not all of them work, but enough work to get several copies. I can't help you anymore than this though. Sorry.
  39. 1 point
    This is my first day on this game and I can't defeat the first opponent in the trainer challenge because the decks it limits me to are HORRIBLE and Zach has pokemon that can defeat mine in two attacks. I don't understand. There is no difficulty option either. I've been trying to figure this out for hours and I am very irritated. I'd simply go on to player vs. player battles however it's my first day thus, everyone can beat me in a matter of moments. There's no way I can advance in this game.
  40. 1 point
    As in a deck with each type in it? Or multiple decks with each deck being a different type? Because a deck with every type in it wouldn't work to well the only deck I can think of where something that works would be Rainbow force. Because this deck uses a xearneus (I can't spell it right but the legendary Pokemon from Pokemon x) that has a attack called rainbow force, that does 30 more damage for each different type of Pokemon on your bench. So if your interested in that deck I can get a deck list up for you.
  41. 1 point
    Hello. Thank you for your reply. I logged into my trainer account like I normally do to redeem codes and it still won’t work. I tried it on 3 different devices. I think the websites server might just have a bug because I’ve tried all different types of codes(pack codes and online codes) and still won’t work.
  42. 1 point
    Tu baraja está alojada sin abrir en "Cartas > Colección > Packs (o Sobres)" Ve allí y ábrela para sumar las cartas individualmente a tu colección. Esto pasa siempre que compras alguna baraja que ya posees. Sólo la primera se abre automáticamente.
  43. 1 point
    Had some codes, gl&hf Sun&moon - lost thunder DJ7-9Y6H-VTR-XCW XYR-ZQJJ-976-ZTM 7VY-6VV4-CQ6-HG9 DZ7-WWHL-Z7J-VLV DDK-6YCM-GZR-4TP celestial storm 6DW-VJRN-XKN-N9T evolutions JZH-DGM9-KZB-CWK
  44. 1 point
    I do think that the opposing player must of played a Professor Kukui, but if you do ever see something that seems a bit off, then you may want to check the game log (basically something won't add up.) However, don't go around accusing others of cheating, as this game does have a tendency to break every once in a while. Cheers lad!
  45. 1 point
    I play from 2 years and i think too that animetions need a restyle
  46. 1 point
    some of the attacks do need better animations.
  47. 1 point
    Today I stumbled upon something interesting while browsing the Pokemon TCG homepage. Almost all of the players in the top ranks of the leader board had a username that can only be described as “using your face on the keyboard as the primary input device”. Upon further inspection I noticed that all of them: were located in the Theme Deck format had accumulated 3-4x the amount of points than the top players in the constructed formats didn't have any avatar are all located in the US or in Canada As you may know, there used to be an extensive amounts of bots in the Legacy format back in the days, alongside players that would intentionally concede to one another, based on the coin flip, in order to progress faster through the reward ladder. To my knowledge TPCI issued a massive ban wave and tried their best to contain the bots, however given those numbers I'm intrigued if the bots found a new home. Since I don't play the format myself I'm curious if other users have had any experience with this? Then again, maybe I missjudge those players and behind there seemingly random names are friendly players, who just couldn't be bothered to set their avatar. So, if one of the following players frequents the forums: I'm looking for you . huashuic123 qq1185825897 asdsasdsa1 cc19990119 chence12321 qwewq12321 qwewqwewq1 qq1185825898 ************************** registration.newaccount.g
  48. 1 point
    I doubt that. Sure, I'd love to have it made more interesting, but I really would prefer the devs spent their time... Well, in an ideal world, petitioning with TPCi to let them fix all the stupid problems with this game that they aren't allowed to, but I'd settle for fixing bugs. Although, since much has been automated in the game recently, they may have a bit more time on their hands- or that may just mean there have been staff cuts, but if there is time, animations wouldn't be a bad way to spend it, I don't think.
  49. 1 point
    NO I'm to late. Swiper took them all!
  50. 1 point
    I also got muted but how do i send a ticket i send them a email and no response yet
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