Contest PokéBeach Create-A-Card: February 2018 - Create-A-Card Anniversary ~ Sign Ups!

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  1. Tails The Blonde Brainiac
    Tails

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    I would like to politely request I be taken off the list of Text-Based Fakers this month. Thank you.
     


  2. Lord Goomy Got Goomies?
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  3. Lord Goomy Got Goomies?
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    That was quick!
    Stage 2: Torterra GX [G] HP250
    Evolves from Grotle

    [Ability:] Thunderous Footsteps
    Whenever this Pokémon retreats, you may put 4 damage counters on your opponent's Active Pokémon.

    [G][G][G][C] Mass Tremor
    Choose 1:
    • This attack does 60 damage to all Pokémon in play (both yours and opponent's) regardless of Abilities or any effects on any Pokémon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)
    • This attack does 30 damage to all of your opponent's Pokémon regardless of Abilities or any effects on your opponent's Pokémon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)

    [G][G] Land's Guardian GX
    Heal 100 damage from each of your Pokémon. Prevent all effects of attacks, including damage, done to all of your Pokémon until the end of your opponent's next turn. (You can't use more than 1 GX attack in a game.)

    Weakness: [R] x2
    Resistance:
    Retreat: [C][C][C][C]
    It's my first!
     
  4. KnightofDust Not That Important
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    Last edited: Feb 14, 2018 at 1:55 PM
  5. Kavross Aspiring Trainer
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    Is there still an open text spot? My tablet is broken so I can't do any art q-q
     
  6. bbninjas Squid or Kid?
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    Yup, that’s fine! For the record, the text-based portion is now full!
     
  7. Kangaflora Aspiring Trainer
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    This means that there are 14 places left. All image based.
     
  8. Kavross Aspiring Trainer
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    Sorry to be a pain D: I got my tablet working again, can I be back in image? No worries if not
     
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  9. quakingpunch73 Gentleman
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    Dusknoir ♢ /// Basic Pokémon / HP: 160 / Psychic

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    ♢ (Prism Star) Rule: You can’t have more than 1 ♢ card with the same name in your deck. If a ♢ card would go to the discard pile, put it in the Lost Zone instead.

    (Ability) Temporal Star
    As long as this Pokémon is your Active Pokémon, neither player may draw a card at the beginning of their turn.

    [P][P][C] Time Out
    Choose a random card from your opponent’s hand. Your opponent reveals that card and shuffles it into their deck. If you use this attack when your opponent has no cards in their hand, you win this game.

    Weakness: [D] x2
    Resistance: [F] -20
    Retreat Cost: [C][C]

    This Pokémon is said to have come from a timeless world of darkness. Dusknoir will do anything to catch its prey, a Grovyle and a human.
    References: Giratina ♢ (ULP), Luvdisc (FLF), Slowbro (BKP), Inkay (ROS)

    "Well, well... You display some feeble resistance knowing that it's futile?"
    -
    Dusknoir, Pokemon Mystery Dungeon Explorers of Time/Darkness/Sky

    This Dusknoir ♢ is directly based off of the Dusknoir from the Mystery Dungeon games, if you couldn't tell already! In the games, Dusknoir hails from a bad future, where the world is paralyzed and time has seized to exist. Working for Dialga, Dusknoir is one of the main antagonists of the Gen 4 Mystery Dungeon games, who tries to prevent the player from creating a good future by any means necessary. Whenever the player encounters Dusknoir, the atmosphere is tense, since the player has little time to restore the future. I hope to have accurately translated the intensity of Dusknoir and his antagonistic role into my entry this month.

    Right off the bat, Dusknoir is a basic, 160 HP psychic type Prism Star. 160 HP and being a basic is the standard for Prism Star cards, and Dusknoir is no exception. Dusknoir is always psychic type too. He has a dark weakness and fighting resistance, both standards of being a ghost type in the games. He also has a retreat cost of two. Normally, Dusknoir has a retreat of three, but he's being reduced to two for the sake of preventing stalemates from happening when Dusknoir has two energy, and neither player can do anything.

    Dusknoir comes with Temporal Star as his ability, based off of the timeless future he hails from, and it's a seemingly oppressive ability at first glance. Preventing you and your opponent from drawing is very powerful, but there are several things limiting it, like items that help draw, draw supporters, abilities that draw (Zoroark GX and Octillery), abilities that draw supporters (Tapu Lele GX), and abilities that negate other abilities (Garbodor and Alolan Muk). Your opponent could also simply knock out Dusknoir with one of their own Pokemon, ending the lock. While it is certainly a potent ability, Dusknoir's Prism Star status and the previously stated limits prevent it from being broken.

    Time Out is Dusknoir's attack, and it's very synergistic with his ability. Having the power to deny your opponent precious resources after limiting what they can do already is no joke. It also puts pressure on the opponent, since they have little time to react and kill Dusknoir before they lose the game. Having an alternate win condition is a necessary part of the attack. Without it, there would be little reason to use Dusknoir, and countless deadlocks from games that were stuck due to neither player having the resources to continue the game. Time Out prevents the game from getting stale, and gives a motive for players to use Dusknoir effectively, like other Prism Stars.
     
  10. GM DracLord Shadow of Death
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    I'm going old school

    STAGE 1 - Evolves from Eevee - Put Light Glaceon onto the Basic Pokémon

    Light Glaceon 70 HP [W]
    Stage 1 Pokémon

    [Fresh Snow Pokémon. Length: 2'07", Weight: 57.1 lbs.]

    [W] Ice Counter
    During your opponent's next turn, whenever 30 or more damage is done to Light Galceon (after applying Weakness and Resistance), put 3 damage counters on your opponent's Active Pokémon.

    [W][W][C] Frost Strike 40
    Your opponent's reveal his or her hand, choose a card and discard it.

    weakness - [M]
    resistance - [.]
    retreat cost - [C]

    [Its ability to control its body heat allow it to freeze the atmosphere around it to make a diamond-dust flurry. Lv 32 #471 ]
     


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