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Pokémon Fakes Archive: Haunter star

Haunter star
80 HP
Basic
Weakness (C)
Resistance (C)
Retreat cost (C)(C)(C)

(C)(C) – Super Disrupt
Discard an amount of energy cards from the defending Pokemon equal to the number of Gastly, Haunter, Gengar, or Gengar ex in play. Haunter can’t use Super Disrupt next turn.

(C)(C) – Solid Phase – 50
Unless this Pokemon has (P) energy attached to it, this attack only does 10 damage. The defending Pokemon’s retreat cost is (C)(C) more until your next turn.

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