Discussion in 'TCG News & Gossip Discussion' started by SD PokeMom, Jun 17, 2008.
just posted by mike liesik on the OP professor boards, reposted with permssion:
Glad to hear this. Now if you guys would ban gallade and empoleon for nats!
I think most of us realized that it was either play wormadam, or fail at countering it.
lolololololool that's hilarious.
ROFL!!!!!!!!!!!!!! thats funny
Of all the times PUI could've balked and actually ban a good card, they choose a Wormadam. ;p
Its not funny when you design a deck to specifically beat another and it STILL can't consistently do the job without a t2 koing their only pokemon.
IDGI . . . why would Wormadam Sandy Cloak be so hard to beat in Common Play?
If this card is banned then what will be the play. I think I have a pretty good idea but I'm not sure.
Phazon: Its technically a rare.. and there are no rares .... so T2 70 <3 ya... gl beating it =D
Whatever you want. The Professor Cup is supposed to be about fun and creativity. Wormadam siphoned every bit of that from the Euro Professor Cup, and then stomped upon its lifeless carcass. It's good to see that Mike and Co. aren't going to let the same thing happen here.
I do feel bad for the Euro Professors, though. How different things would have been without that one silly card in the mix.
I thought this tourney was for just Commons and Uncommons, why would this be allowed in the first place?
The POP 7 One (17 post rule -.-)
I applaud PUI
This card has no place in the C/U format.
Because it was reprinted in POP7 as an Uncommon
It's in POP 7 as an uncommon
Edit POP beat me to it LOL
hatter: Oh, yeah . . .
Good move by POP all around. :thumb:
I actualy have never seen or heard of a broken Wormadam deck. What makes it so good? I looked up the card, and it doesn't seem any better than just good.
Am I missing something here?
There goes Modified format...
yes. the thread is about the card being banned from the *professor cup* ONLY; the format for it is modified, NO RARES..
That's a neat idea. I always thought the professor Cup had the same rules.
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