A big hello to all you OHKOers out there. This is Pikkdogs here with a second look at the Call of Legends set and the HS promos. The purpose of this series of articles is to review the playable cards, and take a look at promising cards, to see if they might be playable. I will not tell you if these cards are playable, for that you must judge yourself. Its up to you to see if you can make a great deck out of some cards that are under the radar.
Before we get there I just want to remind you guys that unless you guys say you want me to, I will not be doing this with the Black and White set, since it is fresh in our minds. So that means this is the last of this series of articles………….you guys in Minnesota can stop clapping now.
Call of Legends
There are two schools of thought with Call of Legends. One school is that it is the worst set ever. The other school is that it contains a lot of good value cards. The set was released as a filler set between the HGSS and BW blocks. It contained cards from the Lost Link mini set, and some cards from the Clash at Summit set. It also contained many re-prints from other HGSS sets, including 2 versions of a lot of the popular legendary Pokemon. Like all of these articles, I will not review the baby Pokemon. Also, I will not review any card that I have reviewed in other articles. This explains the very short article we have. So lets see if we can find any good cards among this small pool.
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