Xurkitree, Dusk Mane and Dawn Wings Necrozma from SM5+!

A new Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma will be released in SM5+ Ultra Force. Thanks goes to Jake C. for their translations!

Dusk Mane Necrozma – Metal – HP130
Basic Pokemon (Ultra Beast)

[M] Dawn Dagger: Choose 1 of your opponent’s Pokemon-EX or Pokemon-GX. This attack does 60 damage to that Pokemon. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness or Resistance.

[M][M][C] Rusty Nail: 100+ damage. If your opponent has 1 Prize card remaining, this attack does 100 more damage.

Weakness: Fire (x2)
Resistance: Psychic (-20)
Retreat: 2

Dawn Wings Necrozma – Psychic – HP130
Basic Pokemon (Ultra Beast)

[P] Gulf Stream: 20+ damage. If you have 6 Prize cards remaining, this attack does 20 more damage for each damage counter on this Pokemon.

[P][P][P] Dusk’s Blade: 130 damage. Discard 2 Energy from this Pokemon.

Weakness: Darkness (x2)
Resistance: Fighting (-20)
Retreat: 2

Those who purchase a booster box of Ultra Force from participating stores will also receive a Xurkitree promo.

Xurkitree – Lightning – HP120
Basic Pokemon (Ultra Beast)

[L] Flash Bullet: 20 damage. Your opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Confused.

[L][L][C] Cable Ram: 100 damage. If you have 3 Prize cards remaining, your opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

Weakness: Fighting (x2)
Resistance: Metal (-20)
Retreat: 1

High quality images of Naganadel-GX and Beast Energy and the set’s booster pack were also revealed. SM5+ will release in Japan on January 19th.

So non-GX Ultra Beasts will be a thing going forward.

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  1. aschefield101 is behind you !


    Meh even more templates... hideous era.
  2. BrianFrobey Aspiring Trainer


    What's up with these obscure prize requirements lol
  3. EpicShonenGuy Aspiring Trainer


    Again Dusk Mane Necrzoma is super good like all the solgaleo's and Dawn Wings Necrozma got thrown under the bus like all the lunalas (except the prism one if i'm correct) and Xurkitree is ok it can buy you some time in crucial moments. But fun cards overall.
  4. AshCo Ladies' Man Extraordinaire


    I feel like the Ultra Beast cards could have had a bit more put into the layout of the card. That little "Ultra Beast" sign really doesn't do enough for me. Probably because there's a lot of comparison to Team Plasma cards, which, in my opinion do that sort of style better. Even a red border would have been perfect, really. Most cards that are some special gimmick usually have a more interesting layout than just that. I will admit though that the GXs don't have this problem as much but when you compare them to Plasma EXs there's definitely a lot more to those, I think.

    That's just me though, I do have a lot of bias towards the Black and White era, and most older cards too so I might just have my nostalgia goggles on.

    At least Prism Stars have those really really nice black borders, so it makes up for it a bit.
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  5. Sharkrai Aspiring Trainer


    Agreed, even a little ultra beast symbol in the background behind the attacks would improve them.

    Putting that aside though, I like that snipe attack. Would be good in various metal decks, even as a one of imo. Plus it isn't limited to be one of like prism solgaleo! (Though yes, prism solgaleo is amazing as well).
  6. bloombloom2017 Aspiring Trainer


  7. The Ultimate Umbreon To Ultra space and beyond!
    The Ultimate Umbreon


    Nagandel look so good that GX move is going to be a game changer.
  8. Rocket The Shellos Aspiring Trainer
    Rocket The Shellos


    seeing as its use is already limited to UBs only i don't see why Beast Energy had to be a prism card
  9. IronCow Tom Aspiring Trainer
    IronCow Tom


    Because if not, 4 energy could do a whopping 120 extra damage.
  10. Toxic TCG Player and Old Deck Collector


    Award for the most specific attack requirements goes to...

    Dusk Mane Necrozma – Metal – HP130
    [M][M][C] Rusty Nail: 100+ damage. If your opponent has 1 Prize card remaining, this attack does 100 more damage.

    Dawn Wings Necrozma – Psychic – HP130
    [P] Gulf Stream: 20+ damage. If you have 6 Prize cards remaining, this attack does 20 more damage for each damage counter on this Pokemon.

    Xurkitree – Lightning – HP120
    [L][L][C] Cable Ram: 100 damage. If you have 3 Prize cards remaining, your opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.
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  11. Rocket The Shellos Aspiring Trainer
    Rocket The Shellos


    And Special energy are not only deliberately hard to seek out and recycle, but incredibly easy to dispose of. There are so many items and attacks that can force the removal of special energy with little to no cost for the user. Not to mention Pokemon with abilities that make them immune to Pokemon with special energy attached.
  12. Ilir Nikqi Aspiring Trainer
    Ilir Nikqi

    Advanced Member Member

    these duskmanes are starting to look more like power rangers machines then pokemons lol
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  13. Mr. Rhyperior The Drill Pokemon. An evolve form of Rhydon.
    Mr. Rhyperior


    • Dusk Mane - First attack is like Fright Night Yveltal for 1 Energy, and a good typing to hit of for weakness, just in case. The second attack is.. Sometimes good, sometimes not, because it is a 130-HP, One prized, attacker, the opponent can easily retaliate it. It needs your opponent close from winning to do 200. Yeah, 3 Geodudes is the best score.
    • Dawn Wings - Superiorly bad! 130 for 3 Psychic and discards 2, and there are no legitimate energy accel for Psychic Energy, yeah, it's bad. It's too expensive. It can OHKO Garb and Naganadel but its too expensive and hurtful drawback. 2 Geodudes
    • Xurkitree - 1st attack, bad for the reason that it doesn't hit a good weakness, Yeah Ho-oh is weak to Electric and Xurkitree can 2HKO Ho-oh. Not bad for the Ho-oh situation. But the confusion is a clutch. The second atk can be synced by Naganadel's Stinger GX then next turn, Inject power on Xurkitree and you can 2HKO with paralysis. 3-4 Geodudes
  14. Gruffling Aspiring Trainer


    Team Flare cards have the red border.
  15. Fiery_Lugia Professional Otaku/Liker of Shorts


    Hmmmm. Didn’t think they would do the non-GX UBs besides with Adhesive because a GX can’t evolve into a GX. It kinda seems pointless with these. Unless... maybe Ultra Necrozma GX might be confirmed?
  16. Lord Goomy Got Goomies?
    Lord Goomy


    Ehh, these cards aren't too good.
  17. The Revolutionaire N Aspiring Trainer
    The Revolutionaire N


    OMG The Dusk Mane is a great card!
  18. Now I REALLY wanna try Xurk + Naganadel-GX. Tell me how that DOESNT have good synergy.
  19. Volkner123 Champion in training


    Xurkitree looks amazing I really like the art
  20. HouchinsDJ Aspiring Trainer


    The Energy requirements alone would make it hard to pull off. You need to get three Energy on Naganadel and 2 Lightning and a Colorless on Xurkitree. Without any form of energy acceleration, it would take a minimum of 5 turns to get them powered up.

    Turn 1: Attach a DCE to Naganadel (if you're even running DCE)
    Turn 2: Attach a Basic Energy to Naganadel and use it's GX attack
    Turns 3-5: Attach a Basic Energy to Xurkitree

    And that's assuming that you're at a point in the game where using Naganadel's GX attack makes sense. During Turns 3 and 4, you might as well attack with Naganadel since you have it powered up so you might even take a Prize or two which means Xurkitree is not as effective anymore.

    I see the synergy but it just think it's extremely situational!
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