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Fossils and Restored Pokemon

Discussion in 'Ask a Professor: Card Rulings' started by DeepSleepDarkrai, Nov 11, 2011.

  1. DeepSleepDarkrai Aspiring Trainer
    DeepSleepDarkrai

    Member

    Archen
    Plume Fossil

    Ok so the question is if I have Archen in my hand and play Plume Fossil can I then play Archen on my bench? The only reason for this question is the Plume Fossil card doesn't mention this.

    I know that's what the card says, but the set list that's inculed in the Furious Knights and Fast Daze theme decks state's under Important Restored Pokemon Rules "If you have a Restored Pokemon in your hand, you must first play the Item card with the effect that allows you to play the Restored Pokemon."
     


  2. Grizzly Professor/Seller/Trader/Gamer
    Grizzly

    Member

    The Plume Fossil, and Cover Fossil, both say "Search the bottom 7 cards..." for the restored Pokemon. If you have it in your hand, and play the fossil, you can't play the Archen on top of it.
     
  3. Spidy Aspiring Trainer
    Spidy

    Member

    Plume fossil says nothing about playing archen from your hand. The only way to play it is to use plume fossil, and find archen in the bottom 7 cards.
     
  4. AmishEskimoNinja Hating durant since 11/16/11
    AmishEskimoNinja

    Member

    Those rule books are often poorly written. This won't be the first time they said something like that that isn't legal.
     

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