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Pokémon Fakes Archive: Pidgeotto EX

Pidgeotto EX
70 HP
Stage 2
Weakness none
Resistance (R)
Retreat cost none

Pokémon Power – The Raising Fighting Spirit
Once during your turn, (before your attack) if this Pokémon is on your bench, you may use this power. Flip a coin. If heads, put 3 damage counters on both active Pokémon. Switch your active Pokémon with this Pokémon. You can’t attack this turn.

(C)(C) – Erratic Technique – 20
Search your deck for a Pokémon with Pidgeot in its name and place it on this card. This counts as evolving.

(C)(C)(C) – Pass the Avenue
Your opponent takes one card from the top of his/her deck and puts it in his/her prizes. You draw a prize. Then, this Pokémon is knocked out.

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During battle, the players have a certain number representing their playability. They each take turns inflicting various attacks, each which has a numerical value of their own and affects the other combatant by lowering his overall number based on a variety of mitigating factors also represented numerically. First one to hit zero, loses. Thus Pokemon is in fact, a massive arithmetic problem with a narrative structure. — GameOverThinker