Best unlimited cards

Discussion in 'Cards: Strategy and Rulings Discussion' started by Laxation, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. Laxation

    Laxation New Member

    I see so often that cards are being rated 1/10, 0/10 for unlimited decks, even though they seem like great cards.

    What are some of the best cards to build around when playing with these decks?
     
  2. Dennis Hawk

    Dennis Hawk New Member

    Slowking (NG), Blastoise (BS)/Suicine EX, Vileplume EX.

    Anything that blocks trainer cards or does 100+ from T1 forwards is considered viable in that environment.
     
  3. Laxation

    Laxation New Member

    Previously I had only searched the deck help forum, but I searched this forum and there was heaps of info on all these imbalanced cards...

    Slowking ftw...

    (and here I am thinking Clefable was one of the best...)
     
  4. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Some goodies:

    Professor Oak
    Professor Elm
    Energy Removal
    Super Energy Removal
    Item Finder
    Computer Search
    Double Colorless Energy
     
  5. BigChuck01

    BigChuck01 New Member

    Lass is probably the best card in unlimited right now (and maybe of all time)
     
  6. Tego

    Tego New Member

    Slowking was mistranslated!

    When are they gonna errate this one? 6 (?) years since its release, and still no errata. :(
     
  7. Dom

    Dom New Member

    Raichu is the strongest card in unlimited. Raichu.
     
  8. Ikari

    Ikari New Member

    Lugia SW + DCE + A lot of SER/ER = 120 each turn.
    Gold Berry
    Oracle + Bill combo
    Dark Vileplume (Stills affect you :frown:)
    Chaos Gym + Slowking
    Something with Intimidating X + Fossil Aerodactyl.
     
  9. Alazor

    Alazor Active Member

    Raticate (Fire Red Leaf Green)
    Medicham ex (Emerald)
    Scizor ex (Unseen Forces)
    Blissey (MT) might actually be good (beat Scizor ex)
    Absol (SW) might actually be good
    Metagross d (Delta Species)
    Dragonite ex d (might be good)
    Aggron ex (CG) w/ Dark Vileplume and Aerodactyl makes the prefect lock
    All babies from Neo Genesis
    Most Trainers from Base Set
    Chansey (Base Set)
    Ninjask (Deoxys)
    ATM Rock
    Cyclone Energy
    Warp Energy
    Holon's Electrode
    Sneasel (Neo Genesis)
    Murkrow (Neo Genesis)
    Erika
    Lt. Surge's Secret Mission
    Zapdos ex (FRLG)
    Magmortar (MT) w/ Magmar (fossil) and Magby (Neo Genesis) maybe?
    Dunsparce (Sandstorm)
    Blastoise (Base Set)

    and everything else mentioned......
     
  10. The Phenom1993

    The Phenom1993 New Member

    ^Most cards there are horrible in unlimited.

    Cards like blastoise(base) and suicune ex. Energy removals and super energy removals. Vileplum(that blocks trainers).
    (i'm sure there are pokemon that blocks powers and bodies) and also aerodactly that blocks evolution.

    Decks like metanite, lbs, ludicardo, flariados, blissey, infernape,gallade,absol(SW) would loos badly against unlimited decks.
     
  11. fchangus2

    fchangus2 New Member

    after 10 posts and no one mentioned cleffa?
     
  12. Dennis Hawk

    Dennis Hawk New Member

    Well, Lass-Cleffa was The Combo at it's time.

    Now you would prefer setting up fully and strike from T1, and Lass basically ends your turn.

    It's still good, it gives changes to many non-T1-decks to get their setup going... And Cleffa has the 50% protection from all attacks.
     
  13. skarmory777

    skarmory777 New Member

    its not so much the cards as the decks themselves. of course most decks played cleffa, oak, computer search, elm, bill, gold berry, and Town Volunteers.
     
  14. ~`Flygon`~

    ~`Flygon`~ New Member

    Super Energy Removal/Energy Removal
    Item Finder
    Lass
    Proffessor Oak/Elm
    Gust of Win
    Rocket Zapdos
    Sneasal Neo 1

    some of my favorites.
     
  15. Professor Elm

    Professor Elm Active Member

    It's basically all been mentioned.
    BUT T1 Aerodactyl w/ Sneasel is pretty amazing.
    The game really comes down to who can play their trainers first.
    SO, going 2nd is huge, it can mean the difference btwn. the game.
    A good unlimited deck runs through nearly their entire deck on T1, which is why T1 Plume and T1 Aerodactyl are good counters to Blast/Cune.
    BUT it still all depends on the player who goes 2nd.
     
  16. votalesin

    votalesin New Member

    Dark Gengar gets used fairly often, otherwise pretty much everything has been mentioned.

    Occasionally I run into a Brock's Ninetails + Stage 1/2 EX + Brock's protection
    but not often.
     
  17. ~`Flygon`~

    ~`Flygon`~ New Member

    Its amazing alot of people havent mentioned Gust of Wind.

    That deck in Unlimited Banette Ex is utter broken.
     
  18. Phazon Elite

    Phazon Elite New Member

    ........errr.....
    No....Muk...?

    Fossil Muk is awesome!

    Clefable-Muk, HL Banette-Muk, Raticate-Muk and Blissey-Muk are four of the best decks in Unlimited! They kill Vilex, Blasticune, and pretty much every other Power-reliant deck....even Sneasel-Slowking.

    For what it's worth, you can pretty much just put a good attacker with Slowking, Muk or Dark Vileplume and have a good deck. lol

    Also, Neo Discovery Igglybuff and Goop Gas Attack are good.

    A 30+ bench attacker is good for killing benched babies.
     

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