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Archive for May, 2013

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Bayleef

Bayleef
(G)
70 HP
Stage 1
Weakness none
Resistance none
Retreat cost none

Pokémon Power – Worry
Each time you attach an energy card to this Pokémon, add one damage counter to this Pokémon for each energy card you attached.

(G) – High-Speed Green Tackle
Does 5 damage times the number of cards in your hand (rounded to the nearest 10).

(G)(G) – Super Hide – 30
If your opponent’s active Pokémon attacks this Pokémon during his/her next turn, shuffle this Pokémon and all cards attached to it and place them face down in front of your opponent. Your opponent chooses one of them. Put all the cards face up. If he/she chooses Bayleef, the attack proceeds as normal. If he/she chooses another card, prevent all effects of that attack and put the card he/she chose into the discard pile.

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New Pokémon Card Store Launched

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

A Hampton Roads-based Pokémon enthusiast has announced the creation of a service that allows the multitude of Pokémon Trading Game fans throughout the World to purchase specific products with Bitcoin. Pokebit is a website in which Pokémon cards are sold and its creator boasts some of the lowest prices on Pokémon single cards; But the catch is, Pokebit only accepts Bitcoin.

Nick Kirkpatrick, the creator of Pokebit, claims this as part of a plan to bring selling and purchasing power directly into the hands of the individual, by promoting the prevalence of Bitcoin, a new currency that his been in place for a little over 4 years. “Bitcoin users”, Kirkpatrick asserts, “Are not subject to a supreme entity, no bank, no state, no ‘mega-corporation’. Bitcoin can be sent to virtually anyone, anywhere, with little to no transaction fees, and no one can freeze your account- the individual is in control”.

Pokebit can be found at http://pokemonbitcoin.com

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Cataract

Cataract
Stadium

Any time you discard any card from your hand for any reason, flip a coin. If heads, attach an energy card from your discard pile to one of your benched Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Lugia

Lugia
(C)
140 HP
Basic
Weakness none
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)

Pokémon Power – Intersect
When you put Lugia into play, search your deck and reveal a Moltres, Artincuno, and Zapdos. Then shuffle your deck. If you cannot do this, this Pokémon is knocked out.

(C)(C)(C) – Gluon Blast – 10
Does 10 damage to all your benched Pokémon. Does 20 damage to all of your opponent’s Pokémon.

(C)(C)(C)(C) – Muon Blast – 100
Discard half of the cards from your deck. For every energy card you discarded, this attack does 20 damage to one of your opponent’s benched Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Larvesta

Larvesta
(R)
60 HP
Basic
Weakness (W)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

(C) – Tail Shake
The defending Pokémon is now asleep.

(F) – Tragedy – 20
Discard a stadium card from your hand. If you can’t, this attack does nothing.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Minccino

Minccino
(C)
90 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (F)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

(C)(C) – Clutch – 20
The defending Pokémon can’t retreat during your opponent’s next turn.

(C)(C)(C) – Confusing Dance – 80
If the defending Pokémon would be knocked out by this attack, this Pokémon is confused (after doing damage).

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Pansage

Pansage
(G)
60 HP
Basic
Weakness (R)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

(C)(C) – Proliferate – 20
You may put this Pokémon and all cards attached to it at the bottom of your deck.

(G)(C) – Spore Evolution
Search your deck for a card that evolves from this Pokémon and attach it. This counts as evolving. Shuffle your deck.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Blitzle

Blitzle
(L)
40 HP
Basic
Weakness (F)
Resistance (M)
Retreat cost (C)

(L) – Swift – 10
This attack’s damage isn’t affected by weakness, resistance, Abilities, or any other effects on the defending Pokémon.

(L)(L) – Stuff
Choose one of your benched Pokémon. Shuffle all energy cards attached to it into your deck. For every card you shuffled in this way, put one damage counter on the defending Pokémon.

New Pokémon Trading Card Game Store

So, I hesitated to post this earlier, but I am happy to let you all know that I am working on a new online store for Pokémon merchandise. This is not an ebay store, this is an entire website. All the pieces are in place; I am just waiting for the latest shipment of boosters boxes to come in before I hit the “GO” button. I will be officially launching the thing next Thursday. Stay tuned.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Scrafty

Scrafty
(F)
80 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (F)
Resistance (P)
Retreat cost (C)

(F) – Walk Up – 20
After doing damage, search your discard pile for an evolution card and shuffle it into your deck. If there are no evolution cards in your deck, put 3 damage counters on your opponent’s Pokémon in any way you like.

(F)(C)(C) – Magnitude – 40
Does 10 damage to all benched Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Silver Gyarados

Silver Gyarados (evolves from Silver Magikarp)
(W)
120 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (L)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)

(W)(W) – War Face – 90
If this Pokémon had a trainer attached to it last turn, discard it.

(W)(W)(C) – Hypertackle
Put 2 damage counters on all (W) Pokémon. Then put 4 damage counters on all non-(W) Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Silver Magikarp

Silver Magikarp
(W)
30 HP
Basic
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)(C)

Pokémon Power – Tread
Whenever you draw a card, flip a coin. If tails put a damage counter on this Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Vulpix

Vulpix
(R)
40 HP
Basic
Weakness (W)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

Pokémon Power – Fire Drill
When this Pokémon evolves, flip 3 coins. If less than 3 are tails, discard all trainer cards in play.

(R) – Tackle – 10

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Raichu

Raichu
(L)
90 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (F)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)

Pokémon Power – Existential
All of this Pokémon’s attacks do 30 more damage if there is a trainer attached to it.

(C) – Electric Wave – 20
Discard a trainer card attached to this Pokémon.

(L)(L)(C) – Thunder Bomb – 60

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Dark Klinklang

Dark Klinklang
(D)(M)
110 HP
Stage 2 evolves from Dark Klang
Weakness (R)
Resistance (P)
Retreat cost (C)

(M) – March
For each (D) Pokémon you have in play, put 2 damage counters on any of your opponent’s Pokémon.

(C)(C)(C) – Metal Rush
Discard two energy attached to this Pokémon. This attack does 80 damage to any Pokémon in play.

(M)(M)(C) – Dogpile – 70
If the defending Pokémon tries to retreat during your opponent’s next turn, flip a coin. If heads the retreat fails, and put 5 damage counters on the defending Pokémon.

Pokemon Fakes Archive: Dewgong

Dewgong
(W)
80 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

Ability – Play Up
Any time an attack does 20 or 10 damage to this Pokemon, ignore all effects of that attack other than damage.

(W)(W) – Get Up – 40
If Dewgong has any energy attached other than (W), this attack does 20 more damage.

(W)(C)(C) – Pound – 70

Random Quote

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