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Archive for July, 2013

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Raticate

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

Pokémon Power – Spread Out Conflict
Any time a Pokémon’s attack does more than 60 damage, that Pokémon does 20 damage to itself (do not apply weakness to self damage).

(C)(C) – Hyper Bite – 50
Your opponent may switch his/her active Pokémon with one of his/her benched Pokémon.

(C)(C)(C) – Reception
Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 60 damage. If tails, this attack does 30 damage and your opponent can’t attach any energy cards during his/her next turn.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Magneton

Magneton
(L)
70 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (F)
Resistance (C)
Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)

Pokemon Power – Vote Up
If this card is in your hand at the beginning of the game, you may play this as your active Pokemon.

(L)(C) – Ellipsoid – 10
Flip 4 coins. If any of them are heads, discard a random card from your opponent’s hand.

(L)(L) – Lift – 30
Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 more damage for each Pokemon on your bench that isn’t (L), (M), or (C).

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Charmeleon

Charmeleon
(R)
70 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (W)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)

(R)(R) – Thermosphere Ball – 220
You cannot attack with any Pokémon for the remainder of the game.

(R)(C)(C) – Caution – 50

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Primeape

Primeape
(F)
80 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (P)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

Poke-Body – Unruly Face
If you have enough energy to attack with Primeape and it is your active Pokémon, you must attack.

(C)(C) – Natural Push – 20
If the defending Pokémon is not (G), (D), (F), or (N), this attack does 20 more damage.

(F)(F) – Iced Over
Flip 3 coins for each energy attached to this Pokémon but not used for this attack’s energy cost. This attack does 30 damage times the number of heads.

(F)(F)(F) – Terms
Remove all special conditions from the defending Pokémon. Flip one of your prizes face-up. Draw two cards.

Pokemon Fakes Archive: Scyther

Scyther
(C)
60 HP
Basic
Weakness (L)
Resistance (D)
Retreat cost (C)(C)

Poke-Body – Afford
Any time any of your opponent’s Pokemon does damage to this Pokemon, reduce that damage by 20, if it has weakness to (L). Reduce that damage by 10 if the Pokemon has no weakness.

(G)(C) – Friction Force
Does 10 damage times the number of energy cards on all of your opponent’s Pokemon. Then this Pokemon does the same damage to itself.

(G)(G)(G) – Energy Contact – 50
If you use Friction Force next turn, this Pokemon does no damage to itself.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Metapod ex

Metapod ex
(G)
90 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)

Poke-Power – So Much
Count the number of cards in your deck and your opponent’s deck. If your opponent has more cards than you, prevent all effects of attack including damage done to this Pokemon during your opponent’s next turn. If you play any trainer cards this turn, this effect goes away.

0 – Finder
Search your deck for a Pokemon with Butterfree in its name and place it on this Pokemon. This counts as evolving.

(C)(C) – Learn
Switch the defending Pokemon with one of your opponent’s benched Pokemon. Put 3 damage counters on any Pokemon in play.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Universality

Universality
Pokemon Tool

If you have more than one Universality in play, this card has no effect. If the Pokemon this card is attached to has no weakness, this card has no effect. All of your Pokemon now have the weakness and resistance of this Pokemon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Third Closet

Third Closet
Pokemon Tool

All damage done to your benched Pokemon is moved to this Pokemon. When this card is discarded, your opponent draws a prize.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Machamp

Machamp
(F)
100 HP
Stage 2
Weakness (P)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)

(F)(F)(F) – Para-Punch
Does (10X+30)/Y damage. X is the number of cards in your hand. Y is the retreat cost of the defending Pokemon.

(F)(F)(F) – Kanji Attack – 110
Move 2 energy cards attached to this Pokmon to one of your benched Pokemon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Charizard

Charizard
(R)
100 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (L)
Resistance (D)
Retreat cost none

(C) – Flaming Wing – 30
Does 10 more damage for each (R) Pokémon card in play.

(R)(R) – Fire Equilibrium – 40
Flip a coin, if heads this attack does 60 damage.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Slowbro

Slowbro
(P)
70 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)

(P) – Pot
Remove all special conditions from the defending Pokemon. Put damage counters on the defending Pokemon until it only has 10 HP remaining. Take the bottom card in your deck and place it in your prizes. If you have 0 cards in your deck, this attack does nothing.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Raichu

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

(C) – Orange Electricity
Does 20 damage for each non-(L) energy attached to this Pokémon.

(C)(C)(C) – Ion Cloud
You must discard 1 energy card from this Pokémon to use this attack. Does X damage. X is the number of your Pokemon with damage counters on them.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Taillow

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

Poke-Body – Retraction
This Pokemon cannot be the target of any Trainer card that switches an active Pokemon with a benched Pokemon.

(C)(C)(C) – Wind Attack – 20
If your opponent has more Pokemon in play than you, this attack does 10 more damage.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Gloom

Gloom
(G)
80 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (P)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)

Poké-Body – Homestead
All attacks from (W) and (L) Pokémon do 10 more damage to this Pokémon (after applying weakness and resistance). If this Pokémon is not your only (G) Pokémon in play, this Pokémon also has weakness to (R).

(C) – Whip – 10

(G)(G) – Avocado Beam – Count the number of energy cards attacked to all of your opponent’s Pokémon. If it is greater than the number of your prizes, this attack doe 50 damage and the defending Pokémon is confused. Otherwise, this attack doe 40 damage.

Sounboard Project: Second Soundboard

Similar to the soundboard I made earlier. This is the counterpart to that soundboard.
Here it is: http://cvramen.com/free-talk-live-sound-board-2

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Tornadus

Tornadus
(C)
110 HP
Basic
Weakness (L)
Resistance (F)
Retreat cost (C)(C)

(C)(C) – Clarify
Decide if you would like to reveal the top card of your deck. If no, put 5 damage counters on the defending Pokemon. If you reveal the card, and it is a Trainer or Supporter, put 2 damage counters on the defending Pokemon. If it is an evolution card, put 5 damage counters on the defending Pokemon and the defending Pokemon is paralyzed. If it is any other kind of card, put 6 damage counters on the defending Pokemon and your opponent shall switch the defending Pokemon with one of his/her benched Pokemon.

(C)(C)(C)(C) – Ideation – 60
Draw two cards.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Whimsicott

Whimsicott
(G)
90 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (R)
Resistance none
Retreat cost none

(G) – Push Through – 30
Reveal the top card of your opponent’s deck. If it is a Trainer or Supporter, put it back on top of the deck. Otherwise, discard it.

(G)(G)(G) – Lift
Look at the top card of your deck. You may choose to show it to your opponent. If it is a Pokemon, this attack does 40 damage times the Pokemon’s retreat cost. If it is a Stadium, put 5 damage counters on any Pokemon in play. If you do not show it to your opponent, this attack does 70 damage.

Random Quote

There are also those who play games for something known as “fun.” That subject will not be covered here. I believe there is a great deal more of this “fun” to be had while playing to win than while only playing casually, but there is no use in entering that debate now. This “fun” is a subjective thing, hard to pin down, but winning is not. That’s what we have on our side: winning is clear and absolute. When you are playing to win, you have a perfectly clear goal and an objective measure of your progress. — Playing To Win