Welcome to my first Pokemon TCG Battle.

I've been wanting to do something different with my spare Pokemon Trading Card Game products, so I came up with a load of different pack battles. In my first battle, Team Mega Mewtwo Y will be taking on Team Ultra Necrozma.

I will be judging each teams playability (based on its generation), card art and rariety, with the points system listed below:

  • Reverse Holo Rare: 1 point.

  • Holo Rare: 2 points.

  • Ultra Rare (includes Break and Prism): 3 points.

  • Ultra Rare Full Art: 4 points.

  • Secret Rare: 5 points.


Team Mega Mewtwo Y

2015 pokemon tcg xy breakthrough booster pack mewtwo

  • Rare Reverse Holo 107 Xerneas

2015 pokemon tcg xy breakthrough rare reverse holo 107 xerneas

  • Rare 78 Marowak

2015 pokemon tcg xy breakthrough rare 78 marowak


Team Ultra Necrozma

2018 pokemon tcg sun moon forbidden light booster pack ultra necrozma

  • Rare Reverse Holo 87 Sylveon

2018 pokemon tcg sun moon forbidden light rare reverse holo 87 sylveon

  • Rare 13 Heatran

2018 pokemon tcg sun moon forbidden light rare 13 heatran


Battle

Notes

Winner

Rariety

Both teams scored 1 point.

 Tie

Playability

Team Mega Mewtwo Y: Xerneas requires a complex setup for its powerful Power Creation; Marowak's Bone Windmill can disrupt its opponent.

Team Ultra Necrozma: Sylveon's Wink Wink is usefull, but its Magical Shot is too weak; Heatran lacks durability.

Team Mega Mewtwo Y

Card art

Team Mega Mewtwo Y: Xerneas blocking the sun is a nice touch; Marowak looks impressive.

Team Ultra Necrozma: The perspective on Heatran's card is cool; Sylveon looks downright stupid.

 Team Mega Mewtwo Y

Conclusion: Team Mega Mewtwo Y came close to sweeping Team Ultra Necrozma! How would you have judged this battle?