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Charizard EX

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I have given vsing any opponent that uses Charizard EX. That card is simply too op. Unless I use my grass deck it's just not fun at all. I play online and just concede when I come up against that deck. I think they should quickly ban the card.

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  • Octowen
    Octowen Member Posts: 433 ✭✭✭
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    Not this again 🤦‍♂️

    Hey @ZombieArty were you around during the Lugia VSTAR domination format?

  • Ravenclawed1234
    Ravenclawed1234 Member Posts: 490 ✭✭✭
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    don’t tell him about Dragapult

  • OlderAngel11
    OlderAngel11 Member Posts: 1,265 ✭✭✭✭
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    @Ravenclawed1234 Dragapult is going to dominate…😞

  • OlderAngel11
    OlderAngel11 Member Posts: 1,265 ✭✭✭✭
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    But I will be playing it, so I don't really mind.😏

  • Octowen
    Octowen Member Posts: 433 ✭✭✭
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    And at least it’s a cool Pokémon with a decently interesting sub-mechanic (placing damage counters). Plus, it seems to find a place in several different decks. Bottom line is, it seems like it will be a deck that will be more interesting to play than Charizard.

  • ZombieArty
    ZombieArty Member Posts: 3
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    It just prevents you from playing any deck that has less than 180 hp or stage 3 evolutions without rare candy. It forces you to play big ex or v cards and takes a lot of the fun away for me.

  • OlderAngel11
    OlderAngel11 Member Posts: 1,265 ✭✭✭✭
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    Whenever a deck becomes meta-reliable, people start complaining about it. It does not matter what the deck can do or if it has counters, if it beats some decks, people will complain about how over-powered it is immediately. When Charizard leaves the format, all the people who were complaining about it won't be happy, because they'll be busy hating on a new powerful and strong card! My advice to these people: The meta is always going to have a BDIF. Just find a way to deal with it.