Yes Pokegym you read it right Unown F (GE) and Mr. Mime (MT) is the new “Rock Paper Scissors Nightmare”, let me explan. We all know that there was a big buzz on Team Galtic Wager and Rock Paper Sissors (RPS). All we heard were things like “he/she might throw after me”, “can we use dice to determine the winner”, “I refuse to play Rock Paper Sissors with out a judge present”, etc, you get the picture, lots of sour grapes over one silly element in a GAME. Anyways it was ruled that RPS is a game of skill, dice can’t be used and that cards are an acceptable subsitute for hand motion, problem solved. Let’s take a look at Unown F and Mr. Mime. Both require a coin to be placed next to your active pokemon and be covered. Your oppoent is then required to guess if the coin is heads or tails. With Unown F, if your oppoant guesses wrong you get to draw a card. With Mr. Mime if your oppoent guesses wrong their active Pokemon takes 50 damage however if you guesses right Mr. Mime does 20 damage to itself. Now you might be saying to yourself… THE FT. LAUD. LOUD MOUTH is making this post, he is known for: spaming, bashing people and ADVERTISING FOR WEBSITES THAT ARE IN HIS SIGNATURE; he is talking about problems with placing a coin next to your active pokemon, this is spam, he is going to get infraction points for this thread. Trust me Pokegym that is my intent… for this post atleast. Nightmere appoching… keep reading These are the scenarios that can occur with coin placing. Your oppoent has the coin on its side but his/her hand is not flat on it, his/her fingers are holding it up, redey to put the coin flat so it is in his/her favor. Does the same have what is above but with a dice instend. It is very hot at the venue you are playing at; your oppoents hands are very sweaty. Your oppoent puts his/her hand flat on the table with a coin underneath. You declare what you are calling and he/she lifts his/her hand to show the choice. The coin sticks to his/her hand is raised off the table and falls, you are unsure of what was the acutal choice of your oppoent. Your oppoent will say the coin that he/she had on the table was the opposite of what you said the coin was. Your oppoent uses a dice, he/she rolls it and as it rolls he/she blocks what it lands on from your line of sight, you guess, w/e the effect of the attack/power happens or doesn’t happen. The problem here is your opptant is taking the skill out of guessing whither the coin/dice is heads or tails. Yes like RPS, guessing a coin takes skill. Now anyone have any idea on how these pontental problems can be solved? Have a judge watch when one of these cards is being used? Use HEADS AND TAILS CARDS!?!?! It’s a nightmare, isn’t it! -Discuss how these two cards will effect the game.