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jeffrey123
01/29/2011, 09:05 AM
This thread is intended to become a useful resource to those looking for disruption cards. Maybe i'll get lucky and get a guru point, lol. But seriously, it's not only for my own benefit. I will update this thread manicly after every couple posts.

Hand Disruption:
Judge; (Supporter) Both you and your opponent shuffle your hands into your decks and each draw 4 cards. Useful because not only is it hand refresh, but you can ruin opponent's plans (for example; if they are trying to drop a Relicanth SV and a fighting energy at the right time and you Judge, their plan is ruined).

Giratina PL; (Pokemon) Giratina's Poke-Power is essentially a Judge, although it is a power. Shuffle both hands and draw 4 each.

Weavile UD; (Pokemon) Once during your turn, when Weavile is evolved from Sneasel, you may look at your opponent's hand and discard a card from their hand.

Cyrus' Initiative; (Supporter) Flip 2 coins, for every heads, look at your opponents hand and put one card on the bottom of his/her deck

Gengar Prime; (Pokemon) Hurl into Darkness attack puts 1 Pokemon in your lost zone for each psychic energy attached to Gengar. Gengar's Poke-Body states that if you knock out a pokemon, then it is lost zoned as long as Gengar prime is active.

Spiritomb TM; (Pokemon) When you put Spiritomb from your hand to your bench, it allows you to have your opponent shuffle their hand into their deck and draw 6 cards.

Deck Disruption:

Chatot G (Pokemon); Chatot G's Poke-Power allows you to look at the top 4 cards of your opponent's deck, and rearrange them in any order that you wish. Only a one time use though, has a coming into play power.

Slowking (Pokemon); Slowking's Poke-Power allows you to look at the top 3 cards of your opponent's deck and rearrange them in any order, once during your turn.

Trainer Lock:

Vileplume UD; (Pokemon) When Vileplume is in play, neither player can play trainer cards. Incredibly useful in decks that focus and build around the thoery of trainerlock.

Spiritomb AR; (Pokemon) When Spiritomb is active, neither player can play trainer cards.

Dialga G's attack Deafen; (Pokemon) 10 damage. Your opponent cannot play any trainer or stadium cards on his/her next turn.

Power Lock:

Mesprit LA (Pokemon); One time use Poke Power coming into play effect. Your opponent cannot play Poke Powers next turn,

Power Spray; (Trainer) Team Galactic Inventionwhich requires at least 3 SP Pokemon in play to use. You may deny your opponent a power when you use it on their turn.

Glaceon Lv X; (Pokemon) Glaceon's Poke Body says that as long as Glaceon Lv X is active, your opponent cannot use ANY Poke-Powers.

desufnoc
01/29/2011, 09:07 AM
Anything with trainer lock. Vileplume,spiritomb,dialgia G

Bleak
01/29/2011, 09:12 AM
Giratina from Platinum's Poke-Power is basically a Judge.

Sages_Training
01/29/2011, 09:13 AM
Weavile UD
Houndomm UD

BlueShuckle
01/29/2011, 09:27 AM
Mesprit LA, Power Spray maybe...

jjkkl
01/29/2011, 09:33 AM
On the subject of Chatot G, a card that I found to have been immensely vital to topdeck discard and disruption is Slowking in HGSS.

Barkjon
01/29/2011, 10:18 AM
Cyrus's Iniative, Team Rocket's Trickery, Glaceon RR, Giratina X...

Pokebert
01/29/2011, 10:19 AM
Hand Disruption:
Cyrus' Initiative : Flip 2 coins, for every heads, look at your opponents hand and put one card on the bottom of his/her deck
And Gengar Prime and Dusknoir DP-Promo also disrupt the opponents hand in a way by lost zone-ing or shuffling back Pokémon from the opponents hand.
Power Lock: Power Spray definitely needs to be in here

weavile#1
01/29/2011, 11:10 AM
bronzong 4 is also an option for hand disruption.

Nintendan
01/29/2011, 11:12 AM
Spiritomb TM, when put from your hand to your bench, allows you to have your opponent shuffle their hand into their deck and draw 6 cards.

Clearea Vystein
01/29/2011, 11:16 AM
Glaceon Lv. X for Powerlock.