Monday - September 24th, 2012 @ 10 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Pokemon has announced that players of Black 2 and White 2 will be able to download several World Championship finalist teams to BW2’s World Tournament feature and battle against them starting October 22nd! Three waves of distributions will take place, each featuring four World Championship finalists from each age division. The teams that you’ll be able to battle will be announced on October 15th, though three-time World Champion Ray Rizzo’s team is already confirmed as one of them. Full details are in the press release below.

    BATTLE AGAINST WORLD CHAMPIONS IN POKÉMON BLACK VERSION 2 AND POKÉMON WHITE VERSION 2

    London, UK — 24th September 2012 — To be among the elite video game players at the Pokémon World Championships, players must collect and train a powerful Pokémon team, spend countless hours preparing for battle, and plan a strategy for the intense competition they must face. For a select few players who competed at the 2012 Pokémon World Championships in Hawaii, their hard work, dedication, and success earned them a place in the upcoming Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 video games launching 12th October in the UK.

    The Pokémon Company International announced today that 12 video game finalists from this year’s Pokémon World Championships—including three-time World Champion Ray Rizzo—will be the basis for Pokémon Trainers in Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 to challenge players as part of the in-game Pokémon World Tournament. Beginning on 22nd October, three distribution events via the Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection service will unlock Pokémon World Tournament events featuring those finalists. Each distribution will feature four finalists from a Pokémon World Championships age division, and you can battle them after reaching the Pokémon World Tournament found in the Unova region’s Driftveil City.

    You will battle the Pokémon teams that these top Trainers used at the 2012 Pokémon World Championships, including their moves, held items, Abilities, and Natures. Ray Rizzo’s lineup of Tyranitar, Garchomp, Cresselia, Hydreigon, Metagross, and Rotom proved too strong for the competition as he battled his way to an unprecedented third Pokémon World Championships title. The Pokémon World Tournament gives players the chance to test their mettle against Gym Leaders and other popular Trainers from past Pokémon games, as well as these real-world Pokémon Trainers.

    To participate in the Pokémon World Tournament distributions, you will need to have a copy of Pokémon Black Version 2 or Pokémon White Version 2, a system in the Nintendo DS family or the Nintendo 3DS, and wireless broadband Internet access. More information, including dates for all three distributions, the complete list of finalists that will be included in the distributions, and further instructions on how to participate, will be announced 15th October.

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    Monday - September 24th, 2012 @ 10 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Pokemon.com has opened up a Facebook page and Twitter account! The site promises that “you’ll never miss another [official] game launch, major event, or anything else happening in the Pokemon world” if subscribed to one of the social media sites. Glad they’re finally getting with the times! In the meantime, you can also follow us via our Twitter account or Facebook page to keep up with all the latest fan news in the Pokemon world!

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    Wednesday - September 19th, 2012 @ 12 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Update (Saturday, 3:30 PM) – Added English scan below thanks to Omahanime!

    BW52 Lillipup Promo

    Lillipup has been found! A new “Emerging Challenges” box is now available at retail stores and contains one random Black and White series theme deck, two random Black and White series booster packs, and the Stoutland evolutionary line as reverse holos. While the Herdier and Stoutland are reprints from Black & White, the Lillipup is new and originates from Japan’s Cobalion Battle Strength Deck. The deck was released in Japan way back in March 2011, and while all of its cards were released in our Emerging Powers set last year, Lillipup was left out for some strange reason. Welp, it seems TPCi has rectified this possible oversight and has turned the card into promo BW52! (Or they could have just planned to hold it off for 13 months on purpose…)

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    Tuesday - September 18th, 2012 @ 7 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Plasma Gale just came out and we’re already learning that Japan’s eighth Black and White series sets will be named Spiral Force and Thunder Knuckle! They will hit store shelves on December 14th. As you can see on their booster pack artwork below, Spiral Force features Deoxys while Thunder Knuckle features Thundurus Therian Forme. Both cards will obviously receive the Pokemon-EX treatment since they’re on the booster packs. A blister pack will also be released alongside the sets featuring a new Serperior promo. Thanks goes to HeatRotomFTW97 from our forums for the images below!

    BW8 Spiral Force and Thunder Knucle BW8 Blister Pack with Serperior
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    Monday - September 17th, 2012 @ 12 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Kyurem vs. the Sacred Swordsman: Keldeo has been renamed to Kyurem vs. the Sword of Justice for the English dub and will air on Cartoon Network on Saturday, December 8th in the United States. Vic Mignona of Fullmetal Alchemist fame will dub Keldeo’s voice. This will be the 15th Pokemon movie and features Kyurem, Keldeo, and the Musketeer Trio. If you want to be spoiled, you can read the entire movie’s plot here.

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    Saturday - September 15th, 2012 @ 10 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Update (11:00 PM) – Added images of the cards below; click the thumbnails to enlarge them.

    CoroCoro‘s latest issue has revealed the four Pokemon-EX of the Black Kyurem and White Kyurem Battle Strength Decks, which will be released in Japan on October 19th. A huge thanks goes to Puddizzle for their translations below!

    Black Kyurem-EX and White Kyurem-EX are brand new cards; they are not reprints of the ones from BW6 Cold Flare / Freeze Bolt. Since we’re getting a new Black Kyurem card in the Boundaries Crossed “IceShock” theme deck and a new White Kyurem card in the “ColdFire” theme deck, perhaps they’ll come from these Battle Strength decks since there doesn’t seem to be any other place they could come from at this time other than a future Japanese set.

    It should be noted that when Crystal Edge is attached to White Kyurem-EX, it can do 320 damage if it has 10 HP left. Pretty impressive, if not overkill! With no damage counters on it and Crystal Edge attached, it can still pull off 150 though.

    Black Kyurem and White Kyurem Battle Strength Deck - Zapdos-EX

    Zapdos-EX – Lightning – HP170

    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [L][C] Agility: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, during your opponent’s next turn, prevent all effects of attacks, including damage, done to this Pokemon.

    [L][L][C][C] Power Voltage: 80+ damage. If this Pokemon has a Plasma Energy attached to it, this attack does 40 more damage.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)

    Resistance: Fighting (-20)

    Retreat: 1


    Black Kyurem and White Kyurem Battle Strength Deck - Black Kyurem-EX

    Black Kyurem-EX – Dragon – HP180

    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C][C] Slash: 60 damage.

    [W][W][L][C] Black Ballista: 200 damage. Discard 3 Energy attached to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Dragon (x2)

    Resistance: none

    Retreat: 3


    Black Kyurem and White Kyurem Battle Strength Deck - Moltres-EX

    Moltres-EX – Fire – HP170

    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [R][C] Destruct Flame: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, discard an Energy attached to the Defending Pokemon.

    [R][R][C][C] Power Flame: 80+ damage. If this Pokemon has a Plasma Energy attached to it, this attack does 40 more damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)

    Resistance: Fighting (-20)

    Retrat: 1


    Black Kyurem and White Kyurem Battle Strength Deck - White Kyurem-EX

    White Kyurem-EX – Dragon – HP180

    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C][C] Slash: 60 damage.

    [R][R][W][C] White Rage: 100+ damage. This attack does 10 more damage for each damage counter on this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Dragon (x2)

    Resistance: none

    Retreat: 3

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    Saturday - September 15th, 2012 @ 10 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The first trailer for the upcoming 3DS game, Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth, has been released by the official Japanese Pokemon website. A website for the game is also up, featuring the same trailer and many screenshots from the game. Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth will be released in Japan later this winter.

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    Friday - September 14th, 2012 @ 8 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Crystal Edge (#138/149) from Boundaries Crossed has been revealed! The card comes from Japan’s BW5 Cold Flare / Freeze Bolt, like most of the cards from Boundaries Crossed. Click the thumbnail below to enlarge the image.

    Crystal Edge from Boundaries Crossed
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    Friday - September 14th, 2012 @ 8 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The Boundaries Crossed three-pack blister will feature a holo BW56 Empoleon, three Boundaries Crossed booster packs, and a Reshiram and Zekrom coin. The Empoleon was released in a promo booster pack for players who attended the March 2012 Gym Challenges in Japan. There will be a second three-pack blister promo card, but we won’t find out what it is until people start getting the blister packs early in international countries.

    The two-pack blister will feature a reprinted Raichu from Next Destinies, but printed as a special holo. Like the three-pack blister, there will also be another promo card available. Thanks goes to our friends at online store Card Team for the images below!

    Speaking of Boundaries Crossed products, it would appear that the releases of the Black and White Kyurem Boxes have been cancelled. Every product distributor site that had them up has simultaneously removed their listings, which can only mean TPCi axed the product. This may be because they weren’t able to get the product ready in time for release, it doesn’t fit their marketing strategy at this time, or a variety of other reasons.

    Crystal Edge from Boundaries Crossed Crystal Edge from Boundaries Crossed
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    Thursday - September 13th, 2012 @ 7 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    The first English card images from Boundaries Crossed have been revealed: Landorus-EX (#89/149), Black Kyurem-EX (#101/149), White Kyurem-EX (#103/149), Landorus-EX (Full Art) (#144/149), Black Kyurem-EX (Full Art) (#145/149), and White Kyurem-EX (Full Art) (#146/149).

    The set will feature over 150 cards, which is 10 more cards than the Japanese BW6 Cold Flare / Freeze Bolt contained. Thus, we’re likely going to get additional promo cards or future set cards in our English set, as we have already seen with Black Kyurem and White Kyurem from the set’s theme decks.

    Landorus-EX from Boundaries Crossed Black Kyurem-EX from Boundaries Crossed White Kyurem-EX from Boundaries Crossed Landorus-EX from Boundaries Crossed Black Kyurem-EX from Boundaries Crossed White Kyurem-EX from Boundaries Crossed

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    Thursday - September 13th, 2012 @ 12 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Update (7:30 AM) – The Wii U will be released in America on November 18th! The regular bundle will cost $299 while the deluxe bundle will cost $349. | Nintendo will reveal the release date and pricing for the U.S. model later today, so we’ll update this story when that happens.

    Nintendo just finished holding their Nintendo Direct presentation for the Wii U: it will be released in Japan on December 8th! Two bundles will be available: a white 8 GB model that costs 26,250 yen ($337) and a black 32 GB premium model for 31,500 yen ($405). Both packages will come with a gamepad controller and the system itself, but the premium package will also include an HDMI cable, a charging stand for the gamepad, a regular play stand for the gamepad, a Wii U system stand, and exclusive membership to the Nintendo Premium Network where you will get 10% off digital purchases.

    A sensor bar will not be included in either package since you can use the one from your old Wii’s, but it can be purchased separately. In terms of accessories, additional gamepads can be purchased for 13,440 yen ($173) and their charging stands for 1,870 yen ($24). The Wii U Pro Controller will cost 5,040 yen ($65) while the Wiimote will continue to have the same 3,800 yen price ($50). The Wiimotes will also now be available in red and blue coloring.

    The Wii U will have 2 GB of RAM: 1 GB will be for games and the other 1 GB will be dedicated to system memory. According to Nintendo, the Wii U is 20x faster than the original Wii. As we already knew before, the Wii U will support 1080p HD, so the graphics will be vastly improved as well. Additionally, each Wii U disc can hold 25 GB of data compared to the original Wii’s 4.7 GB / 8.54 GB discs.

    Wii U
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    Wednesday - September 12th, 2012 @ 10 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Some early scans of CoroCoro magazine have leaked, revealing that a new Mystery Dungeon game will be making its way to the 3DS in Japan this winter: Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth. The game starts out with you having a weird dream and waking up as a Pokemon! Possible Pokemon you can be include Pikachu, Snivy, Oshawott, Tepig, and Axew. Virizion, Gurdurr, Hydreigon, Cofagrigus, Amoonguss, Cinccino, Dunsparce, Espeon, Umbreon, Excadrill, Rampardos, Pelipper, and Kecleon will also make appearances in the game, with some running their own shops.

    The game will feature an AR scanner: your objective is to scan objects in the real world to unlock portals called Magnagates, which will allow you to enter new dungeons. The third scan below jokingly suggests to scan round objects like fried eggs, clocks, CDs/DVDs, tires, and old people’s heads to unlock the Magnagates. The game will most likely be in full 3D, making it the first real Pokemon game to be in 3D. Thanks goes to Rogan for the translations!

    Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth Pokemon Mystery Dungeon: Magnagate and the Infinite Labyrinth
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    Wednesday - September 12th, 2012 @ 5 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Pokemon.com has posted information about the TCG and video game Regional Championships for this coming fall. It seems that TPCi is attempting to get more younger players involved in the competitive tournament scene by providing additional travel awards for the Juniors and Seniors divisions, as you’ll read below. The Masters division typically dominates the tournament scene with its numbers, so the additional prize support for the two younger age divisions should foster their growth and give younger players a better opportunity to travel to the larger and more competitive tournaments.

    The Pokémon TCG Autumn Regional Championships is the first of three events that give players an opportunity to earn a Travel Award to their respective National Championships! Held in cities across the U.S. and Canada on October 13th, each Regional Championship is part of a title event series where players compete for the title of Regional Champion! Results of the Regional Championships can give a serious boost to a player’s Championship Points and chances of getting into the 2013 World Championships in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

    The Video Game Autumn Regionals take place on Sunday, October 14th. We’re also rolling out a new Championship Points system for video game competitors. See the Video Game Regionals page for more details.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    When are the Pokémon TCG Autumn Regional Championships?
    The Pokémon TCG Autumn Regionals will be held on October 13th, 2012. Find event dates, times, and locations.

    Some larger Regional Championships may hold the single-elimination finals portion of the tournament on Sunday, October 14th. Check the tournament listing for details.

    The Video Game Autumn Regionals take place on Sunday, October 14th. See the Video Game Regionals page for more details.

    Are There any Requirements for Attendance?
    The Autumn Regional Championships do not require an invitation, or qualification. All players in good standing are welcome to participate.

    What are the Prizes?
    Prizes are awarded to the top players in each of three age divisions.

    All participants will receive 3 Play! Points, and a Pokémon Regional Championships promo card (while supplies last), just for playing!

    1st Place

    • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 1st Place award
    • A Travel Award (including a parent or legal guardian for players under 18) to the 2013 U.S. National Championships at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, OR the Canada National Championships in Toronto, ON.* †
    • A first- and second-round bye at the U.S. National Championships**
    • A combination of 72 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 120 Championship Points

    2nd Place

    • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 2nd Place award
    • A Travel Stipend of $500 for Junior and Senior Division finalists to the 2013 U.S. National Championships at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, OR the Canada National Championships in Toronto, ON.* †
    • A first- and second-round bye at the U.S. National Championships**
    • A combination of 72 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 110 Championship Points (if division attendance is 4 or greater)

    3rd & 4th Place

    • A Travel Stipend of $500 for Junior and Senior Division finalists to the 2013 U.S. National Championships at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, OR the Canada National Championships in Toronto, ON.* †
    • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 3rd or 4th Place award
    • A combination of 36 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 90 Championship Points (if division attendance is 8 or greater)

    5th Place through 8th Place

    • A combination of 24 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 70 Championship Points(if division attendance is 32 or greater)

    9th Place through 12th Place

    • A combination of 18 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 50 Championship Points (if division attendance is 64 or greater)

    13th Place through 16th Place

    • A combination of 18 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 40 Championship Points (if division attendance is 64 or greater)

    17th Place through 32nd Place

    • A combination of 7 booster packs from current Pokémon TCG expansions
    • 20 Championship Points (if division attendance is 128 or greater)

    33rd Place through 64th Place

    • 10 Championship Point (if division attendance is 256 or greater)

    * Travel awards and byes are awarded to the winning Canadian or United States player and are awarded to the National Championships corresponding to the player’s nationality. A Canadian player is therefore eligible to win a travel award to the Canadian National Championship from an event hosted in the United States, and vice versa.

    ** Byes do not “stack.” If you have won a bye in another event such as the S/P/T Championship and finish in the top 2 of a Regional Championship, you will receive a maximum first- and second-round bye at your National Championships.

    † Travel awards do not “stack.” If you have won a travel award at a previous Regional Championships event, the travel award will pass down to the next eligible player. If there is a stipend awarded to the player who the travel award is passed to, that stipend will instead be awarded to the player the travel award was passed down from. Travel stipends DO stack, meaning that a player may earn multiple travel stipends.


    The Pokémon Video Game Autumn Regional Championships give players an opportunity to earn a Travel Award to their respective National Championships! Held in cities across the U.S. and Canada, each Regional Championship is part of a title event series where players compete for the title of Regional Champion! Results of the Regional Championships can give a serious boost to a player’s Championship Points and chances of getting into the 2013 World Championships in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

    The Video Game Autumn Regionals take place on Sunday, October 14th. We’re also rolling out a new Championship Points system for video game competitors. The Autumn Regional championships are the first of three events that give players an opportunity to win a Travel Award to Nationals. Information on the other two, Winter and Spring Regionals, will be posted later in 2012.

    For information on Pokémon TCG Regionals, visit the TCG Regionals page.

    Frequently Asked Questions


    When are the Pokémon Video Game Autumn Regional Championships?

    The Pokémon Video Game Autumn Regionals will be held on October 14th, 2012. Find event dates, times, and locations.

    The Trading Card Game Autumn Regionals take place on Saturday, October 13th. See the TCG Regionals page for more details.

    Are There any Requirements for Attendance?

    The Autumn Regional Championships do not require an invitation, or qualification. All players in good standing are welcome to participate.

    Be sure to review the tournament rules for instructions on what items you’ll need to bring to a Pokémon Video Game Regional Championship.
    Click here to view instructions on how to set up your Battle Box.

    What Are the Rules?

    The Video Game Tournament rules can be found beginning on page 26 of the PDF found at http://www.pokemon.com/us/play-pokemon/play-pokemon-tournaments/rules//

    What Is the Tournament Format?

    The Autumn Regional series will allow use of only Pokémon Black Version, or Pokémon White Version DS Cartridges, and will be run using Age Modified Swiss (single game) pairings and a cut to a Top 8 (attendance allowing) single elimination finals. Single elimination finals will be run as best 2 out of 3.

    The Video Game Tournament format document, which contains details about Team construction rules and a list of Pokémon that cannot be used in competitive play, can be found here.

    What are the Prizes?

    Prizes are awarded to the top players in each of three age divisions.

    All participants will receive 3 Play! Points, and a Pokémon Regional Championships promo card (while supplies last), just for playing!

    1st Place

    • A Pokémon VG Regional Championships 1st Place award
    • A Travel Award (including a parent or legal guardian for players under 18) to the 2013 U.S. National Championships at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, OR the Canada National Championships in Toronto, ON.*
    • A first-round bye at the U.S. National Championships**
    • 120 Championship Points

    2nd Place

    • A Pokémon VG Regional Championships 2nd Place award
    • A Travel Stipend of $500 for Junior and Senior Division finalists, collected on site at the National Championships. Valid ID will be required to collect your stipend.
    • A Travel Stipend of $300 for Masters Division finalists, collected on site at the National Championships. Valid ID will be required to collect your stipend.
    • A first- round bye at the U.S. National Championships**
    • 110 Championship Points (if division attendance is 4 or greater)

    3rd & 4th Place

    • A Travel Stipend of $500 for Junior and Senior Division semi-finalists, collected on site at the National Championships. Valid ID will be required to collect your stipend.
    • A Pokémon TCG Regional Championships 3rd or 4th Place award
    • 90 Championship Points (if division attendance is 8 or greater)

    5th Place through 8th Place

    • 70 Championship Points(if division attendance is 32 or greater)

    9th Place through 12th Place

    • 50 Championship Points (if division attendance is 64 or greater)

    13th Place through 16th Place

    • 40 Championship Points (if division attendance is 64 or greater)

    17th Place through 32nd Place

    • 20 Championship Points (if division attendance is 128 or greater)

    33rd Place through 64th Place

    • 10 Championship Point (if division attendance is 256 or greater)

    * Travel awards and byes are awarded to the winning Canadian or United States player and are awarded to the National Championships corresponding to the player’s nationality. A Canadian player is therefore eligible to win a travel award to the Canadian National Championship from an event hosted in the United States, and vice versa.

    ** Byes do not “stack.” If you have won a bye in another event such as the S/P/T Championship and finish in the top 2 of a Regional Championship, you will receive a maximum first- and second-round bye at your National Championships.

    † Travel awards do not “stack.” If you have won a travel award at a previous Regional Championships event, the travel award will pass down to the next eligible player. If there is a stipend awarded to the player who the travel award is passed to, that stipend will instead be awarded to the player the travel award was passed down from. Travel stipends DO stack, meaning that a player may earn multiple travel stipends.

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    Wednesday - September 12th, 2012 @ 5 AM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Thanks to Toho, we now have early scans of Plasma Gale, the seventh Black and White set which will be released in Japan on Friday. All of the card translations are below with a huge thanks to Puddizzle! Click the thumbnails next to each of the card spoilers to enlarge them.

    Also below are the scans and translations for the “Team Plasma’s Power Half Deck” that will be released alongside Plasma Gale. The deck only features eleven unique Pokemon cards; it comes with one copy of each of them, spare for Klink and Klang, of which there are two each because Klinklang is the featured card. The deck is also packaged with one Colress Machine, Poison Hypnotic Beam, Colress, Team Plasma Grunt, and Plasma Frigate, as well as two Plasma Energy, five Psychic Energy, and five Metal Energy.

    Starting Friday, you can receive one of four promo cards for every 1,000 yen you spend on Pokemon TCG products at participating stores in Japan. The promos are Skarmory, Bouffalant, Team Plasma’s Poke Ball, and N (a reprint with new artwork). Their card translations are also below thanks to Puddizzle.

    Turtwig from BW7 Plasma GaleTurtwig – Grass – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Nap: Heal 20 damage from this Pokemon.
    [G][C][C] Razor Leaf: 30 damage.

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


    Grotle from BW7 Plasma GaleGrotle – Grass – HP100
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Turtwig

    [G][C][C] Send Flying: 40+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 more damage.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 3


    Torterra from BW7 Plasma GaleTorterra – Grass – HP150
    Stage 2 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Grotle

    [G][C][C] Guard Press: 60 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, any damage done to this Pokemon is decreased by 20 (after applying Weakness and Resistance).
    [G][C][C][C] Rumble Stomp: 80+ damage. Flip a coin until you get tails. This attack does 20 more damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 4


    Cherubi from BW7 Plasma GaleCherubi – Grass – HP40
    Basic Pokemon

    [G] Leech Seed: 10 damage. Heal 10 damage from this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Cherrim from BW7 Plasma GaleCherrim – Grass – HP70
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Cherubi

    Ability: Weather Heal
    Choose one of your Pokemon that has a Grass Energy attached to it and heal 20 damage from it. You may only use this ability once per turn.

    [G][C] Random Peck: 20+ damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 more damage for each heads.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Maractus from BW7 Plasma GaleMaractus – Grass – HP90
    Basic Pokemon

    [G] Dazzling Dance: 10 damage. The Defending Pokemon is now Confused.
    [G][C] Ambush: 20+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 30 more damage.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Foongus from BW7 Plasma GaleFoongus – Grass – HP40
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Astonish: Choose 1 card from your opponent’s hand without looking. Reveal it, then have your opponent shuffle it into his or her deck.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Water (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Amoonguss from BW7 Plasma GaleAmoonguss – Grass – HP90
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Foongus

    [C] Astonish: Flip a coin. If heads, choose 3 cards from your opponent’s hand without looking. Reveal them, then have your opponent shuffle them into his or her deck.
    [G][C] Miracle Powder: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, choose 1 Special Condition. The Defending Pokemon is now affected by that Special Condition.

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


    Chimchar from BW7 Plasma GaleChimchar – Fire – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [R] Flame: 20 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Monferno from BW7 Plasma GaleMonferno – Fire – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Chimchar

    [C] Roar: Your opponent switches his or her Active Pokemon with 1 of his or her Benched Pokemon.
    [R][C] Fire Tail: 50 damage. Discard 1 Energy attached to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Infernape from BW7 Plasma GaleInfernape – Fire – 130 HP
    Stage 2 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Monferno

    [C] Torment: 30 damage. Choose one attack on the Defending Pokemon. During your opponent’s next turn, the Defending Pokemon can’t use that attack.
    [R][C] Hell Fire: 120 damage. Discard all Energy attached to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Water
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 0


    Victini-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleVictini-EX – Fire – HP110
    Basic Pokemon

    [R] Energy Turbo: Search your deck for two Basic Energy cards and attach them to your Benched Pokemon in any way you like. Shuffle your deck afterwards.
    [R][C][C] Rising Burn: 50+ damage. If the Defending Pokemon is a Pokemon-EX, this attack does 50 more damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Pansear from BW7 Plasma GalePansear – Fire – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Scratch: 20 damage.
    [R][R][C] Double Fire: 40x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 40 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Simisear from BW7 Plasma GaleSimisear – Fire – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Pansear

    [R] Scorching Burn: 20 damage. The Defending Pokemon is now Burned.
    [C][C][C] Flame Blast: 40+ damage. This attack does 20 more damage for each Fire Energy attached to Simisear.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Heatmor from BW7 Plasma GaleHeatmor – Fire – HP90
    Basic Pokemon

    [R] Luring Flame: Choose 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon and switch it with the Defending Pokemon. The new Defending Pokemon is now Burned.
    [R][R][R] Licking Fire: 50x damage. Discard the top 4 cards of your deck. This attack does 50 damage times the number of Fire Energy discarded.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Articuno-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleArticuno-EX – Water – HP170
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [W][C][C] Blizzard: 60 damage. Does 10 damage to each of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon.
    [W][W][C][C] Frost Prison: 80 damage. If this Pokemon has a Plasma Energy attached to it, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

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


    Lotad from BW7 Plasma GaleLotad – Water – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [W][C] Bubblebeam: 20 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Lombre from BW7 Plasma GaleLombre – Water – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Lotad

    [C][C] Leap Out: 20+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 more damage.
    [W][C][C] Splash: 50 damage.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Ludicolo from BW7 Plasma GaleLudicolo – Water – HP130
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Lombre

    Ability: Rain Dish
    Between turns, heal 20 damage from this Pokemon.

    [W][W][C] Gleeful Dance: 70 damage. You may discard an Energy card attached to this Pokemon. If you do, the Defending Pokemon is now Confused.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3


    Manaphy from BW7 Plasma GaleManaphy – Water – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    Ability: Last Wish
    If this Pokemon is Knocked Out by your opponent, you may search your deck for any 1 card, reveal it, and put it into your hand.

    [W] Seafaring: Flip 3 coins. For each heads, attach a Water Energy from your discard pile to your Benched Pokemon in any way you like.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Cubchoo from BW7 Plasma GaleCubchoo – Water – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [W] Hail: Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 damage to each of your opponent’s Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon.)
    [C][C][C] Snow Ice: 30 damage.

    Weakness: Metal (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Beartic from BW7 Plasma GaleBeartic – Water – HP130
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Cubchoo

    [W][C] Power Rage: 20x damage. Does 20 damage times the number of damage counters on this Pokemon.
    [W][W][C] Iceberg Drop: 90 damage. Discard the top card from your opponent’s deck.

    Weakness: Metal (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 4


    Magnemite from BW7 Plasma GaleMagnemite – Lightning – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Metal Sound: Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Confused.
    [L][C] Electro Ball: 20 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Magneton from BW7 Plasma GaleMagneton – Lightning – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Magnemite

    [C] Metal Sound: The Defending Pokemon is now Confused.
    [L][C] Electro Ball: 30 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Magnezone from BW7 Plasma GaleMagnezone – Lightning – 140 HP
    Stage 2 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Magneton

    Ability: Double Brain
    You may play 2 Supporter cards per turn instead of 1.

    [L][L][C] Gyro Ball: 80 damage. Switch this Pokemon with one of your Benched Pokemon. Then, your opponent switches the Defending Pokemon with one of his or her Benched Pokemon.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3


    Rotom from BW7 Plasma GaleRotom – Lightning – HP60
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [C] Elec Bonus: Discard 1 Lightning Energy from your hand, then draw 3 cards.
    [L][C] Poltergeist: 20x damage. Look at your opponent’s hand. This attack does 20 damage times the number of Trainer cards you find there.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Zubat from BW7 Plasma GaleZubat – Psychic – HP40
    Basic Pokemon

    Ability: Free Flight
    If this Pokemon has no Energy cards attached to it, its retreat cost is 0.

    [P][C] Wing Attack: 20 damage.

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


    Golbat from BW7 Plasma GaleGolbat – Psychic – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Zubat

    [P][C] Spiral Drain: 20 damage. This Pokemon heals 20 damage.

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


    Crobat from BW7 Plasma GaleCrobat – Psychic – HP130
    Stage 2 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Golbat

    Ability: Night Eyes
    Once during your turn (before you attack), you may draw a card.

    [P][C][C] Deadly Poison Fangs: 40 damage. The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned. Put 4 damage counters on it instead of 1 between turns.

    Weakness: Lightning (x2)
    Resistance: Fighting (-20)
    Retreat: 0


    Koffing from BW7 Plasma GaleKoffing – Psychic – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [P][C] Smokescreen: 20 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, if the Defending Pokemon deckares an attack, flip a coin. If tails, the attack does nothing.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Weezing from BW7 Plasma GaleWeezing – Psychic – 100 HP
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Koffing

    Ability: Aftermath
    When this Pokemon is Knocked Out by an opponent’s attack, discard the top 3 cards from his or her deck.

    [P][C] White Smog: This attack does 20 damage to all of your opponent’s Pokemon.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Ralts from BW7 Plasma GaleRalts – Psychic – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Psy Bolt: Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Kirlia from BW7 Plasma GaleKirlia – Psychic – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Ralts

    [P] Psy Bolt: 20 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Gallade from BW7 Plasma GaleGallade – Psychic – 140 HP
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Kirlia

    [C][C] Powerful Storm: 20x damage. This attack does 20 damage times the amount of Energy attached to all of your Pokemon.
    [P][C][C] High-Speed Thrust: 80 damage. Your opponent switches the Defending Pokemon with one of his or her Benched Pokemon.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Giratina from BW7 Plasma GaleGiratina – Psychic – 130 HP
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [P][C][C] Hex: 50+ damage. If the Defending Pokemon is affected by a Special Condition, this attack does 50 more damage.
    [P][P][C][C] Shadow Claw: 90 damage. Discard a card from your opponent’s hand without looking.

    Weakness: Darkness (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3


    Trubbish from BW7 Plasma GaleTrubbish – Psychic – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [P][C] Tool Trash: 20x damage. This attack does 20 damage times the number of Pokemon Tools in play.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Garbodor from BW7 Plasma GaleGarbodor – Psychic – HP110
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Trubbish

    [C][C] Confusing Bind: 20x damage. This attack does 20 damage times the Defending Pokemon’s retreat cost.
    [P][C][C][C] Double Hit: 80x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3


    Elgyem from BW7 Plasma GaleElgyem – Psychic – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Reflect: During your opponent’s next turn, any damage done to Elgyem by your opponent’s attacks is reduced by 20.
    [P][C] Smash Punch: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If tails, this attack does nothing.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Beheeyem from BW7 Plasma GaleBeheeyem – Psychic – 90 HP
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Elgyem

    [P] Lock Up: 20 damage. The Defending Pokémon can’t retreat during your opponent’s next turn.
    [P][C][C] Damage Kinesis. Move 6 damage counters from any of your Pokemon to any of your opponent’s Pokemon.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 0


    Phanphy from BW7 Plasma GalePhanphy – Fighting – HP80
    Basic Pokemon

    [F] Tackle: 10 damage.
    [F][F][C] Rollout: 50 damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: Lightning (-20)
    Retreat: 2


    Donphan from BW7 Plasma GaleDonphan – Fighting – HP130
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Phanpy

    [F] Spinning Turn: 40 damage. Switch this Pokemon with one of your Benched Pokemon.
    [F][F][C][C] Wreck: 80+ damage. If there is a Stadium in play, this attack does 60 more damage, and discard that Stadium.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: Lightning (-20)
    Retreat: 4


    Riolu from BW7 Plasma GaleRiolu – Fighting – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Kick: 20 damage.
    [F][C][C] Feint: 40 damage. This attack isn’t affected by Weakness or Resistance.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Lucario from BW7 Plasma GaleLucario – Fighting – HP100
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Riolu

    Ability: Dual Armor
    If this Pokemon has a Metal Energy attached to it, it becomes both Fighting and Metal type.

    [F][C][C] Gusting Legs: 60+ damage. This attack does 30 more damage for each Prize card your opponent has taken.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Purrloin from BW7 Plasma GalePurrloin – Darkness – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Scout: Your opponent reveals his or her hand.
    [D][C] Reveal Claws: 20+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 more damage.

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


    Liepard from BW7 Plasma GaleLiepard – Darkness – HP80
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Purrloin

    [C] Silent Claw: Look at your opponent’s hand. If there is a Supporter in it, discard it. Then, use that Supporter as the effect of this attack.
    [D][C] Fake Out: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

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


    Scraggy from BW7 Plasma GaleScraggy – Darkness – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [D] Headbutt: 10 damage.
    [C][C] Low Kick: 20 damage.

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


    Scrafty from BW7 Plasma GaleScrafty – Darkness – HP90
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Scraggy

    [D][C] Kick Away: 30 damage. The opponent switches his or her Active Pokemon with one of his or her Benched Pokemon.
    [D][D][C] Fortified Head: 50+ damage. If this Pokemon has a Pokemon Tool card attached to it, this attack does 50 more damage.

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


    Durant from BW7 Plasma GaleDurant – Metal – HP70
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [C] Reinforce: Search your deck for 1 Pokemon card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Shuffle your deck afterwards.
    [M][C] Metal Duel: 30 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the Defending Pokemon can’t retreat.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Cobalion-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleCobalion-EX – Metal – HP180
    Basic Pokemon

    [M] Holy Edge: 30 damage. Choose 1 Special Energy card attached to the Defending Pokemon and discard it.
    [M][M][C] Steel Bullet: 100 damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness, Resistance, or any other effects on the Defending Pokemon.

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


    Druddigon from BW7 Plasma GaleDruddigon – Dragon – HP110
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [C][C] Guard Press: 20 damage. Damage done to this Pokemon during the opponent’s next turn is reduced by 20 (after applying Weakness and Resistance).
    [R][R][W][C] Dragon Claw: 90 damage.

    Weakness: Dragon (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Clefairy from BW7 Plasma GaleClefairy – Colorless – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Pound: 10 damage.
    [C][C] DoubleSlap: 20x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Clefable from BW7 Plasma GaleClefable – Colorless – 90 HP
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Clefairy

    Ability: Moon Guidance
    Flip a coin. If heads, search your deck for a Pokemon that evolves from one of your Pokemon and put it on top of it. (You can evolve Pokemon that were played this turn.) Shuffle your deck afterwards.

    [C][C][C] Moon Impact: 50 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Doduo from BW7 Plasma GaleDoduo – Colorless – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C][C] Machine Gun Peck: 10x damage. Flip 5 coins. This attack does 10 damage times the number of heads.

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


    Dodrio from BW7 Plasma GaleDodrio – Colorless – HP90
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Doduo

    [C] Violent Pecks: 30x damage. Flip 3 coins. This attack does 30 damage times the number of heads. Dodrio is now Confused.
    [C][C][C] Drill Peck: 60 damage.

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


    Snorlax from BW7 Plasma GaleSnorlax – Colorless – 130 HP
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    Ability: Block
    If Snorlax is your Active Pokemon, your opponent’s Pokemon can’t retreat.

    [C][C][C][C][C] Team Impact: 30x damage. This attack does 30 damage times the number of Team Plasma Pokemon you have in play.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 4


    Togepi from BW7 Plasma GaleTogepi – Colorless – HP40
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Yawn: The Defending Pokemon is now Asleep.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Togetic from BW7 Plasma GaleTogetic – Colorless – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Togepi

    [C] Sweet Kiss: 30 damage. Your opponent draws 1 card.

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


    Togekiss from BW7 Plasma GaleTogekiss – Colorless – 140 HP
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Togetic

    Ability: Prideful Veil
    If Togekiss is your Active Pokemon, when your opponent uses an Item card, all of your Pokemon are unaffected by any of its effects.

    [C] Return: 30 damage. Draw cards until you have 6 cards in your hand.

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


    Lugia-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleLugia-EX – Colorless – HP180
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    Ability: Overflow
    For each of your opponent’s Pokemon that is Knocked Out by damage from Lugia-EX’s attacks, take 1 more Prize card.

    [C][C][C][C] Plasma Gale: 120 damage. Discard 1 Plasma Energy attached to this Pokemon or this attack does nothing.

    When Pokemon-EX has been Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

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


    Patrat from BW7 Plasma GalePatrat – Colorless – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Fetch: Draw 1 card.
    [C][C] Slam: 20x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1/p>


    Watchog from BW7 Plasma GaleWatchog – Colorless – HP90
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Patrat

    [C][C] Bite Wound: 20+ damage. This attack does 10 more damage for each damage counter on the Defending Pokemon.
    [C][C][C] Low Kick: 60 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1/p>


    Colress Machine from BW7 Plasma GaleColress Machine – Trainer
    Item (Team Plasma)

    Search your deck for a Plasma Energy and attach it to one of your Team Plasma Pokemon. Shuffle your deck afterwards.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


    Poison Hypnotic Beam from BW7 Plasma GalePoison Hypnotic Beam – Trainer
    Item (Team Plasma)

    The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned. Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is also Asleep.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


    Colress from BW7 Plasma GaleColress – Trainer
    Supporter (Team Plasma)

    Shuffle your hand into your deck. Then, draw an amount of cards up to the number of Pokemon on both your and your opponent’s Bench.

    You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn (before your attack).


    Team Plasma Grunt from BW7 Plasma GaleTeam Plasma Grunt – Trainer
    Supporter (Team Plasma)

    Discard a Team Plasma card from your hand. Then, draw 4 cards.

    You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn (before your attack).


    Plasma Frigate from BW7 Plasma GalePlasma Frigate – Trainer
    Stadium (Team Plasma)

    All Pokemon that have Plasma Energy attached to them have no Weakness.

    This card stays in play when you play it. Discard this card if another Stadium card comes into play. If another card with the same name is in play, you can’t play this card.


    Plasma Energy from BW7 Plasma GalePlasma Energy – Special Energy (Team Plasma)

    This card provides 1 [C] Energy.


    Scramble Switch from BW7 Plasma GaleScramble Switch – Trainer
    Item

    Switch your Active Pokemon with one of your Benched Pokemon. Then, you may move any number of Energy attached to that Pokemon to the new Active Pokemon.

    ACE SPEC: You can’t have more than 1 ACE SPEC card in your deck.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


    Dowsing Machine from BW7 Plasma GaleDowsing Machine – Trainer
    Item

    Discard two cards from your hand. Then, pick any Trainer card from your discard pile and put it into your hand.

    ACE SPEC: You can’t have more than 1 ACE SPEC card in your deck.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


    Victory Piece from BW7 Plasma GaleVictory Piece – Trainer
    Item

    Pokemon Tool: Each Pokemon can have only 1 Pokemon Tool attached to it at any time.

    If this card is attached to Victini-EX, Victini-EX can use its attacks without the necessary Energy requirements.

    ACE SPEC: You can’t have more than 1 ACE SPEC card in your deck.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


    Victini-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleVictini-EX – Fire – HP110
    Basic Pokemon

    [R] Energy Turbo: Search your deck for two Basic Energy cards and attach them to your Benched Pokemon in any way you like. Shuffle your deck afterwards.
    [R][C][C] Rising Burn: 50+ damage. If the Defending Pokemon is a Pokemon-EX, this attack does 50 more damage.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Articuno-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleArticuno-EX – Water – HP170
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [W][C][C] Blizzard: 60 damage. Does 10 damage to each of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon.
    [W][W][C][C] Frost Prison: 80 damage. If this Pokemon has a Plasma Energy attached to it, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed.

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


    Cobalion-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleCobalion-EX – Steel – HP180
    Basic Pokemon

    [M] Holy Edge: 30 damage. Choose 1 Special Energy card attached to the Defending Pokemon and discard it.
    [M][M][C] Steel Bullet: 100 damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness, Resistance, or any other effects on the Defending Pokemon.

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


    Lugia-EX from BW7 Plasma GaleLugia-EX – Colorless – HP180
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    Ability: Overflow
    For each of your opponent’s Pokemon that is Knocked Out by damage from Lugia-EX’s attacks, take 1 more Prize card.

    [C][C][C][C] Plasma Gale: 120 damage. Discard 1 Plasma Energy attached to this Pokemon or this attack does nothing.

    When Pokemon-EX has been Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.

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


    Colress from BW7 Plasma GaleColress – Trainer
    Supporter (Team Plasma)

    Shuffle your hand into your deck. Then, draw an amount of cards up to the number of Pokemon on both your and your opponent’s Bench.

    You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn (before your attack).


    Skyla from BW7 Plasma GaleSkyla – Trainer
    Supporter

    Search your deck for a Trainer card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Shuffle your deck afterward.

    You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn (before your attack).


    Charizard from BW7 Plasma GaleCharizard – Fire – HP160
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Charmeleon

    [R][C][C] Bomb: Select two of your opponent’s Pokemon. This attack does 40 damage to each of them. (Do not apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon).
    [R][C][C][C][C] Burn Out: 150 damage. Discard a Fire Energy attached to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Water (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3


    Blastoise from BW7 Plasma GaleBlastoise – Water – HP140
    Stage 2 – Evolves from Wartortle

    Ability: Bursting Stream
    As often as you like during your turn (before your attack), you may attach 1 [W] Energy card to 1 of your Pokemon. (This doesn’t use up your 1 Energy card attachment for the turn.)

    [C][C][C][C] Hydro Pump: 60+ damage. This attack does 10 more damage for each [W] Energy attached to this Pokemon.

    Weakness: Grass (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 4


    Random Receiver from BW7 Plasma GaleRandom Receiver – Trainer
    Supporter

    Reveal cards from the top of your deck until you reveal a Supporter card. Put it into your hand. Shuffle the other cards back into your deck.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


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    Plasma Gale Promos Skarmory, Bouffalant, Plasma Ball, NSkarmory – Metal – HP90
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [C] Jet Freighter: Discard 1 Team Plasma card from your hand, then draw 3 cards.
    [M][M][C] Steel Wing: 40 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, any damage done to Skarmory by your opponent’s attacks is reduced by 20.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Bouffalant – Colorless – HP100
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [C] Tool Breaker: Discard all Pokemon Tools attached to the Defending Pokemon.
    [C][C][C] Punch Hard: 70 damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Plasma Ball – Trainer
    Item (Team Plasma)

    Search your deck for a Team Plasma Pokemon card, reveal it, and add it to your hand. Shuffle your deck afterwards.

    You can use any number of Item cards during your turn.


    N – Trainer
    Supporter

    Each player shuffles his or her hand into his or her deck. Then, each player draws a card for each of his or her remaining Prize cards.

    You may play only 1 Supporter card during your turn (before your attack).


    Team Plasma’s Power Half Deck


    Zubat from Team Plasma Power Half DeckZubat – Psychic – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Spiral Drain: 10 damage. Heal 10 damage from this Pokemon.

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


    Koffing from Team Plasma Power Half DeckKoffing – Psychic – HP70
    Basic Pokemon

    [P] Tackle: 10 damage.
    [C][C] Double Spin: 20x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 2


    Trubbish from Team Plasma Power Half DeckTrubbish – Psychic – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Pound: 10 damage.
    [P][P][C] Sludge Bomb: 40 damage.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Garbodor from Team Plasma Power Half DeckGarbodor – Psychic – HP110
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Trubbish

    [C] Biosmog: 20 damage. The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned. Flip a coin. If heads, discard 1 Energy card attached to the Defending Pokemon.
    [P][P][C] Sludge Bomb: 70 damage.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 3


    Elgyem from Team Plasma Power Half DeckElgyem – Psychic – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [P][P] Psychoshot: 30 damage.

    Weakness: Psychic (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Klink from Team Plasma Power Half DeckKlink – Metal – HP60
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Harden: During your opponent’s next turn, any damage done to Klink by your opponent’s attacks is reduced by 20.
    [M][C] ViceGrip: 20 damage.

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


    Klang from Team Plasma Power Half DeckKlang – Metal – HP80
    Stage 1 – Evolves from Klink

    [M] ViceGrip: 20 damage.
    [M][C][C] Gear Smash: 30+ damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 more damage for each heads.

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


    Klinklang from Team Plasma Power Half DeckKlinklang – Metal – HP140
    Stage 2 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Klang

    Ability: Plasma Steel
    Prevent all damage done to your Metal Pokemon by attacks from your opponent’s Pokemon-EX.

    [M][M][C] Heavy Bullet: 70 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon.)

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 3


    Durant from Team Plasma Power Half DeckDurant – Metal – HP70
    Basic Pokemon (Team Plasma)

    [C][C] Gnaw: 20 damage.
    [M][C][C] Hard Crunch: 40+ damage. If the Defending Pokemon already has damage counters on it, this attack does 30 more damage.

    Weakness: Fire (x2)
    Resistance: Psychic (-20)
    Retreat: 1


    Patrat from Team Plasma Power Half DeckPatrat – Colorless – HP50
    Basic Pokemon

    [C] Assault: 20 damage. Patrat does 10 damage to itself.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1


    Watchog from Team Plasma Power Half DeckWatchog – Colorless – HP90
    Stage 1 (Team Plasma) – Evolves from Patrat

    [C] Fast Snatch: Discard 1 random card from your opponent’s hand.
    [C][C] Sharp Front Tooth: 30+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 more damage.

    Weakness: Fighting (x2)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: 1

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    Tuesday - September 11th, 2012 @ 5 PM PST -  By: Water Pokémon Master

    Update #4 (11:00 PM) – Added a photo of the shiny Blastoise. | Update #3 (9:00 PM) – Added translations of Turtwig, Cherrim, Ludicolo, Zubat, and a partial translation for Lucario. | Update #2 (8:30 PM) – Added a photo of all the set’s full art cards below. | Update (7:00 PM) – Charizard from BW6 will also be reprinted as a shiny secret rare. Its scan is below.

    Many new cards from Plasma Gale were revealed today, as you can see below. The entire set will likely leak tomorrow morning, so be sure to check back then! In the meantime, all of the card translations we have from the past few months and up until now are posted below.

    Plasma Gale

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    Translations removed for the sake of page length. Refer to the news story above this one for all the translations.

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