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Pokémon Fakes Archive: Malamar

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

(D)(C) – Commit – 20
Do damge to one of your benched Pokémon (you choose the amount). During your opponent’s next turn, if one of his/her Pokémon does more damage than that amount, your opponent’s Pokémon becomes confused. If one of his/her Pokémon does less damage than that amount, discard 3 cards from the top of your opponent’s deck.

(P)(C) – Night Slash – 40
If you used this attack last turn, this attack does 70 damage instead

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