Also holy crap the art on Blitzle is flawless. HYOGONOSUKE's wide shots like the Remoraid and Feebas are soooo good. The little light ripples on the water and the clouds in the back
Sadly this isnt like Maractus or Blissey, you stop flipping if you get any tails. Theoretically you can have infinite heads but worst case scenario is your first flip gives you tails and you deal 0 damage.2 Rapid + 2 Double + 2 Triple + 1 Spiral/any elec proxy = 14 coin flips when you only need 4 to hit for 360 (aka ohko everything), and that's on the lighter side of energy. It can go up to 32 flips with a full 4/4/4/4 stacked zebra (a bad idea but still)
Sadly this isnt like Maractus or Blissey, you stop flipping if you get any tails. Theoretically you can have infinite heads but worst case scenario is your first flip gives you tails and you deal 0 damage.
On average you would flip 2-3 heads per attack, probably.
Peonia could be great if you unluckily have all your crucial cards in the prizes, which I guarantee has happened to everyone at least once. Peony needs Kricketune or other support, but searching any 2 trainer cards could allow for interesting combos, like evo incense + rare candy. Just have to be aware of the drawback of having a barren hand, have a draw mon like Oricorio-GX, Zacian V and the like on your bench. Wiping your hand could also help with Mustard if you plan for the next turn.
I've been thinking about this for a while and cannot see how this idea could ever be consistent enough to be a real problem. Adding Greedy Dice to your deck, much less 4 of them, really hurts your consistency as Greedy Dice doesn't actually do anything, it'll be a dead draw a lot of the time. And then Greedy Dice itself isn't reliable at all, if one of them fails, the rest fail. It feels exactly as reliable as Missing Clover was. I think that if you actually manage to win a game with Greedy Dice, you deserve it.There's no way Peonia doesn't get immediately banned in Expanded.
Yes, I would like to put 2 Greedy Dice and Jirachi ◊ in my prize cards, thank you very much.
"If the Defending Pokemon is a Pokemon V or Pokemon-GX, it can’t attack during your opponent’s next turn."Are people reading the Arcotvish V wrong, or am I? Switching doesn't remove the effect which is on the player, it's immune to V/GX pokemon if it uses the attack?