Ah what a time it was, back when I first pulled Dunsprace and held it and looked at it. At the time I was proud of my ablitys to make any card playable and my ablitys to "break" any card, to find some combo, or some deck that could utilise my newfound love... but pour Dunsprace got no respect at all. Jokes were made about the pour guy, and he slowly grew. His new powers included a body that let him run away, He still did his job and could attack and hope for heads all day, although he was slightly better now, the people still scoff, they would rather play Magacarp then this pour sloff. Now he is better, and everyone can see, and his attacks, they are mighty!! Just you wait, my friends, I'll prove it in the end that Dunsprace will fill every deck... and just wait, for The EX one to attack!! ---- I currently own 43 Neo Discovery Dunsprace and (sadly) only 5 Skyridge Dunsprace, 1 of them is reverse foil. I am trying to make a 60 card (Neo) Dunsprace deck and it will face a Tyrantar (the one that does 30 to bench pokemon on heads) this match will be to try and knock out the intire line of defence, and the Dunsprace win when the Tyrantar deck runs out if it does not do its goal. The Skyridge Dunsprace is part of the "Watch Out!" game if you scan the bottom it tells you this: #206 Land Snake Ht. 4'11" Wt. 31.0 LB It hides deep inside caves where no light ever reaches it and remains virtually motionless there. It gives pointers on how to use the card as well. I got 32 on this game (you play a Wobofet and it has no Dunsprace in it at all, weird, you could make a deck using the cards neaded for construction for this game, and it would work OK) Here is a link to pictures of my 43+5 (48 total )Dunsprace cards and the three Dunspraces next to each other. Injoy!! http://members.tripod.com/~Dougcool/dunsprace.html Take care.