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posted March 14, 2002 03:11 PM      Profile for Professor_Sanochu   Email Professor_Sanochu    Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote  Report This Thread to Moderators
Well MTM said that these rules were here for us to play test and voice our opinions about. Regarding attacks and such I have some opinions about them.

Attacks with effects:
Well there are many with different effects and some play like a trainer card. Eeeeeeek, Riptide, Aglitiy , Surprise Thunder each with a special effect.

Lets Start with eeeeeeek, we all know what it does it plays like a trainer. Effects of this attack and other like it should be up to the choice of the owner who gets to use the effect.

Riptide is also some thing like a trainer I think this should also do for one or the other team member because it would have gatr dominating agian if water energies from both discard piles were counted.

Agility says on your opponent's next turn well this would leave the other on free to attack but it is an effect pikachu and should stay in effect on both opponents' turns in my beleif.

And last but not least attacks that say each of you oppents bench pokemon like surprise thunder and trample. which should effect both benches. And choose a # of benched which can be picked out of both oppents benches.

Post opinions on these card effects in this topic and post others in new topics that way we have organized disscusions on certian things and the mods and MT's can look get good looks on what we think about rulings?

[ March 14, 2002, 03:14 PM: Message edited by: Professor_Sanochu ]

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