Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)
Poke-Power – Solve
If this Pokemon was your active Pokemon during your last turn and did not attack, you may use this Power. Shuffle your prizes into your deck and place cards into your prizes face-down so that there are the same number as before.
(R) – Way
The defending Pokemon is now burned.
(R) – Plot – 20
If there are more than 1 energy cards attached to this Pokemon, discard a card from the top of your opponent’s deck.
Retreat cost (C)
Poke-Body – Expectations
Every time this Pokemon is damaged by an attack, change this Pokemon’s resistance to the type of the Pokemon that attacked it, after the attack is complete.
(C) – Weak Attack
Remove 1 damage counter from all Pokemon-ex in play. If there are any (C) Pokemon in play, choose one of them, and put those damage counters on that Pokemon.
(C)(C) – Beat – 30
Retreat cost (C)(C)
(R)(R)(C) – Lighter – 90
If you did not attach an energy card to this Pokemon last turn, this attack does 10 damage instead.
This card fulfills all energy costs for a Pokemon-ex’s attack. Unless your opponent has at least two less prizes than you do, this card does nothing.
When you attach this card, flip a coin. If tails, your opponent draws a prize. This card satisfies all energy cost of any attack that requires coin flips. The Pokemon this card is attached to can’t retreat. If this card is attached to a benched Pokemon, discard it.
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This card provides one energy of any type. Any time you have to flip a coin for any of this Pokemon’s attacks, all coin flips are considered heads. After you attack with this Pokemon, discard this card. Your opponent may draw any number of cards from his/her deck.
This card provides (C) energy. If the Pokémon this card is attached to has less than 120 HP, you may use this effect. Any time an attack does damage to this Pokémon, you may prevent all effects of that attack to this Pokémon. When you use this effect, your opponent may draw a prize.
Retreat cost (C)(C)
Ability – Basis
If this Pokemon has any energy attached to it that isn’t (C), this Pokemon can’t attack.
(C)(C) – Segment – 20
Flip a coin. If heads, your opponent can’t attach an energy card next turn.
(C)(C)(C) – Uptake – 100
The defending Pokemon is asleep. Count your prizes. Reveal that many cards from the top of your deck. Flip your prizes face-up. Your opponent may choose to put your prizes in your deck, then put the revealed cards into your prizes. Either way, put your prizes face-down and shuffle them and then shuffle your deck.
This card provides (C) energy. If an attack does puts a special condition on this Pokemon, the condition is immediately removed. Then put 1 damage counter on one of your Pokemon.
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This card provides (P) energy. If your opponent attacks and causes damage to the Pokemon this card is attached to, you may move half of the damage counters from that attack’s damage (rounded) and place them on one of your benched Pokemon.
When you attach this card to a Pokemon, search your deck for two energy cards, discard them, and shuffle your deck. If you cannot do this, discard this card immediately. This card fulfills the requirements of any attack whose base damage is more than 90. After the Pokemon this card is attached to attacks, discard this card.
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Retreat cost none
(D)(C) – Black Hole – 50
Show any number of Pokemon in your hand with “Baby Evolution” Poke-Powers to your opponent. Shuffle them into your deck. If you shuffle none, this attack does nothing. If you shuffle more than two, the defending Pokemon is now poisoned and confused.
Flip a coin. If heads, search your deck for a (C) basic Pokemon with (C) weakness. If tails, search your deck for any (C) Pokemon with (C) weakness.
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