Wigglytuff is reborn!!!

Discussion in 'TCG News & Gossip Discussion' started by SuperWooper, Jan 16, 2004.

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  1. SuperWooper

    SuperWooper New Member

    Hey all you die hard old school players. Love turbotuff decks? They may be coming back! Check out this picture from pokeschool. It's from the Solved Seal in Japan: Adventure four, which may be the set after Magma and Aqua.

    http://www.pokeschool.com/tcg/sets/jp/adv4/wigglytuff_ex.jpg

    How mutcha wanna bet that its second attack is a super beefed up do the wave! Wigglytuff and Zangoose and Wobbuffet >_<, I'll be swarming like crazy. REMEMBER: I don't know this for sure, but it is possible. AND DON'T FLAME ME WHEN IT COMES OUT AND IT'S NOT DO THE WAVE! As for me, I'm keeping my hopes up. TurboTuff, here I come!!!
     
  2. Kyogre

    Kyogre <a href="http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.p

    I'm kinda interested in Ninetails EX. The second attack looks like "Discard one fire energy or this attack does nothing". That with the one retreat cost might replace the Exp. Ninetails in Blaze/Tails Deck?

    *Preys Kyogre EX is Playable*
     
  3. SuperWooper

    SuperWooper New Member

    I think the first attack might be lure, like on Jungle Vic and Base 9tales.
     
  4. Gym Leader Blaine

    Gym Leader Blaine <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/member.php?u=15

    Very cool, and making it a EX will help even it out with other cards like with Mewtwo EX
     
  5. Scyther_trainer

    Scyther_trainer New Member

    From what little Japanese I know, that's exactly what it looks like.

    This attack does 10 additional damage times the number of pokemon on your bench.

    Now I am by no means an expert in Japanese.
     
    Last edited: Jan 16, 2004
  6. BoDragon

    BoDragon Member

    Taking a quick look at Wigglytuff ex, the second attack looks interesting as it looks like 30+10x, where x is the number of benched Pokémon. If this is modified answer to Do the Wave, I will definitely play this in my deck.
     
  7. Tego

    Tego New Member

    I'm trying to figure out what the second attack does, but my Japanese skills are too limited yet. But I can tell for sure that the second attack's name is: Tomodachi no wa.

    And the first attack's name is written in Katakana characters, which means that it's a word borrowed from English. The name is: Suliipbiisongu, which is a Japanesefication of "Sleep song". The attack text under it is too blurry and small, but it probably says that the defending Pokémon is asleep in addition to the 30 damage.
     
    Last edited: Jan 17, 2004
  8. SuperWooper

    SuperWooper New Member

    If I remember correctly, Tomodachi no wa meant Do the Wave on the Jungle Wigglytuff, so that means the probability is high, however, Nintendo may change it. I hope not though! :D
     
  9. TheRealWobbuffet

    TheRealWobbuffet New Member

    Suriipiisongu is Sleepy Song. Sorry, I'm picky. :p

    It'll be interesting if it is a modified Do the Wave. Even if they change the name of the attack, hopefully the text will be unaltered.
     
  10. Tego

    Tego New Member

    And you're absolutely correct. I should have figured that out by myself. >.<
     
  11. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    That should get translated to Lullaby, yes?

    (except for Promo Iggly, where they translated it as "Good Night Song") :rolleyes:
     
    Last edited: Jan 19, 2004
  12. vincent0906

    vincent0906 New Member

    Wigglytuff EX 100HP colourless stage1 pokemon.

    CC Sleepy Song 30
    All the opponent's active Pokemon are now asleep.

    CCC Do the Wave 30+
    Does 30 plus 10 more damage for each of your bench pokemon.
     
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2004
  13. Gym Leader Blaine

    Gym Leader Blaine <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/member.php?u=15


    Now all we need is some double colorless energy again to get this guy build up fast. ;)
     
  14. BoDragon

    BoDragon Member

    Wigglytuff ex's HP is 100 instead of 80, but the attacks' translations there are close enough.

    Weakness: (F)
    Retreat cost: (C)

    When released, Wigglytuff ex can do serious damage against colerless dragon Pokémon. I should think which decks it would be good in.
     
  15. Scyther_trainer

    Scyther_trainer New Member

    that double rainbow energy might work.... If you can deal with the 10 less damage.
     
  16. Gym Leader Blaine

    Gym Leader Blaine <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/member.php?u=15

    I can deal with the 10 less damage for a card that does 30 + 10 per bence pokemon ;)
     
  17. BoDragon

    BoDragon Member

    Double Rainbow Energy cannot be attached to Pokémon ex, so it would not work well. I would consider using Boost Energy.
     
  18. Nick15

    Nick15 Member

    The glory days of the Haymaker are returning. You can bet I'm going Wiggly too. :D
     
  19. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    It was the Trainers, though, that made Haymakers great. Specifically the Opponent disruption.
     
  20. Nick15

    Nick15 Member

    SSSH!!!! Let me believe what I want to believe! :)

    Ooh! Superman just flew past my window!! :D
     
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