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Archive for November, 2013

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Palpitoad

Palpitoad
(W)
90 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

Ability – Relax
When you put this Pokémon in play, put 1 damage counter on all Pokémon in play. Your turn ends.

(C)(C) – Determine – 20

(W)(C)(C) – Carry Over – 60

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Tympole

Tympole
(W)
60 HP
Basic
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

(F)(F) – Deadline
Switch this Pokémon with one of your benched Pokémon. Flip 4 coins. If any are heads, the defending Pokémon can’t attack during your opponent’s next turn.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Tympole

Tympole
(W)
60 HP
Basic
Weakness (G)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

(C) – Whack – 10

(W)(C) – Turn – 20
This attack does 30 damage if there are any damage counters on this Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Lugia

Lugia
(C)
80 HP
Basic
Weakness (L)
Resistance none
Retreat cost none

(C)(C) – Blue Moon – 20
If you have at least 2 Pokémon in your hand with “Articuno”, “Zapdos”, or “Moltres” in their names, this attack does 70 damage instead.

(C)(C) – Employ Wind
If you retreated a Pokémon last turn, search your deck for a trainer card, shuffle your deck, and put it on top. Either way, put 5 damage counters on your opponent’s Pokémon in any way you like.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Preferable Preferences

Preferable Preferences
Supporter

You and your opponent play Rock, Paper, Scissors. If you chose Rock, your opponent’s active Pokémon is paralyzed. If Paper, it is confused. If Scissors, it is asleep. Your opponent applies the same to your active Pokémon (Rock=paralyzed, Paper=confused, Scissors=asleep). The player that wins the Rock, Paper, Scissors may choose any benched Pokémon in play and shuffle it into its deck.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Keep Working!

Keep Working!
Trainer

Put 1 damage counter on your active Pokémon. If your opponent has more than 1 Pokémon on his/her bench with Pokémon Powers, Poké-Powers, Poké-Bodies, or Abilities, discard an energy card attached to any Pokémon in play with Pokémon Powers, Poké-Powers, Poké-Bodies, or Abilities. If your opponent has (G) and (C) Pokémon in play, put one damage counter on one of your opponent’s benched Pokémon. If you can’t do any of those, discard the top card of your deck and your opponent’s deck.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Wealth Is Lost

Wealth Is Lost
Trainer

If your opponent retreats his/her Pokémon, after he/she chooses which Pokémon to make active, you may discard this card from your hand. Your opponent must select another Pokémon to retreat for.
If your opponent has less than 3 Pokémon in play, this attack does nothing.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Tyrogue

Tyrogue
(F)
50 HP
Basic
Weakness (P)
Resistance none
Retreat cost none

Ability – Further Baby
Once during your turn before your attack, you may use this ability. Search your deck for a Hitmonlee, Hitmonchan, or Hitmontop and place it on top of any of your Pokémon in play with Tyrogue in its name. This counts as evolving.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Hitmontop

Hitmontop
(F)
70 HP
Basic
Weakness (P)
Resistance (N)
Retreat cost (C)(C)

Ability – Critical Response
If this Pokémon did not evolve from a Tyrogue, this Pokémon can’t attack.

(C)(C) – Innocence Break
Does 10 damage to all Pokémon.

(F)(C)(C) – Express
Does 20 damage to all Pokémon without a resistance. Does 30 damage to all Pokémon without a weakness.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Bellossom

Bellossom
(G)
90 HP
Stage 2
Weakness (R)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)(C)

(G)(C)(C) – Slow Trap – 100
Flip a coin. If heads, the defending Pokémon is paralyzed. If your opponent has exactly two Pokémon in play, this attack does nothing.

(G)(G)(G)(C) – Perpendicular Attack
This attack does “10xy” damage. X is the number of your opponent’s benched Pokémon with damage counters on them. Y is the number of basic energies attached to this Pokémon but not used to pay for this attack.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Gloom

Gloom
(G)
70 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (R)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

(G) – Star – 10
Flip two coins. Draw a card for each heads.

(C)(C) – Going Solo – 30
If this is the only Pokémon you have in play, and you did not draw a prize last turn, this attack does 80 damage instead.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Oddish

Oddish
(G)
50 HP
Basic
Weakness (R)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

Pokémon Power – Anti-Pokémon
Once during your turn, before your attack, you may flip a coin. If heads, discard a Pokémon on your opponent’s bench (this does not count as knocking it out). If tails, your opponent draws 3 prizes.

(G) – Swing – 10
Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does nothing.

(C)(C) – Push – 10

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Sentret

Sentret
(C)
60 HP
Basic
Weakness (F)
Resistance (P)
Retreat cost (C)

0 – Take A Number – 20
Look at the top 3 cards of your opponent’s deck. Put one of them in your opponent’s hand. Put the other two back on top of the deck in any order.

(C)(C) – Jump Up – 30

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Furret

Furret
(C)
100 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (L)
Resistance (P)
Retreat cost (C)

(C) – Check
Reveal the top card of you and your opponent’s deck and put it back. This attack does 10 damage times the number of Pokémon your opponent has in play.

(C)(C) – Ki Blast
Discard as many energy cards attached to this Pokémon as you like.
This attack does 20 damage for each energy card you discarded. Then it does 10 damage times the number of energy cards still attached to this Pokémon.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Bill’s Electabuzz

Bill’s Electabuzz
(L)
100 HP
Basic
Weakness (F)
Resistance none
Retreat cost (C)

Pokémon Power – Subservience
This power works only if you have more prizes than your opponent.
Whenever your opponent draws a prize, you may flip a coin. If heads, you may draw the same number of prizes, then discard this Pokémon.

(L)(L) – Power Play – 40
If the defending Pokémon is (C), this attack does 20 damage instead.

(L)(C)(C) – Bake – 60
Discard a basic energy card from one of your Pokémon. Take two basic energy cards of a different type (from what you discarded) from your discard pile and attach them to any of your Pokémon in any way you like.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Houndoom EX

Houndoom EX
(D)
100 HP
Stage 1
Weakness (F)
Resistance (P)
Retreat cost none

Poké-Body – Reluctance
Any time a Pokémon is knocked out, the player may choose not to draw a prize.

(C) – Red Burning Fire!
Discard all basic (R) energy attached to this Pokémon. This attack does 20 damage times the number of energies you discarded. Put 1 damage counter on all benched Pokémon.

(C)(C)(C)(C) – Shine – 60
Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 70 damage instead.

Pokémon Fakes Archive: Houndour

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

(C) – Scratch – 10

(R) – Fade – 20
The defending Pokémon is paralyzed. This Pokémon is knocked out.

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