The Loser Who Reads
spidops worst pokemon
Tell me you don't actually play this game without telling me you don't actually play this game.what I hate the most is when the reverse holo is a Trainer card, I couldn't care less about them and I feel robbed every time I pull one of those, including those golden cards, which I happen to have several of them
For the past decade I've noticed the Pokemon TCG fanbase be too complacent with poor decisions. This goes for western fanbases for card games overall. They have a massively toxic "Card games cost money get used to it" mentality. Pokemon being the worst offender for toxic behavior.I don't get people getting mad over normal rares. They where so devalued. When the TCG started people hated trainer rares because it was a complete waste of a pack. Fast forward 20 years trainer rares are better than 90% of the rares. During SM they hid staple trainers as uncommons even though their pull rate was rare. Who cares. Nobody wanted to see a rare Mismagius that only did 70 damage.
This is good news for reverse foils collectors and decent for enthusiasts who don't want to see jank rares and overall a better chance of pulling two big cards.
haha well, of course I don't play the game, I only collect the Pokémon cards, but even if I played I'd still feel robbed that the holo turned out to be a trainer card (especially those that are items) and not a Pokémon. Like, how is it more appealing to get a shiny trainer card than an actual Pokémon?Tell me you don't actually play this game without telling me you don't actually play this game.
A shiny trainer card can potentially be used in any deck and if it's a one that's often in format you can use that card for years to come, pokemon are basically never reprinted into a new blockLike, how is it more appealing to get a shiny trainer card than an actual Pokémon?