Sunday – June 12th, 2005
Big news today! Thanks to Vincent, we now have some exclusive Eidolon Forest set translations! You will only find these translations here, and we will continue to post more as the days go by!
Provides (C) Energy.
This is a new type of promo energy in Japan. It will probably be made available in the Mew set since it ties into many attacks. You may think that all it does is provide one C energy, but once you see some of the attacks in this set, you will see its true potential. The energy can be seen to the right.
Theme deck Mew:
Mew – 70 HP (P)
Poke-Power: Type Change
Once during your turn, choose 1 of your opponent’s Active Pokemon. Mew’s type is now changed to that Pokemon’s type (even multiple types).
(PC) Link Blast – 50
If Mew and the Defending Pokemon do not have the same amount of energy, this attack does 20 damage instead.
Mew ex (P) – 90 HP
Once during your turn (before you attack), if Mew ex is your Active Pokemon, you may use this PokeBody. Mew ex can use any attack from any Pokemon in play (both yours and your opponent’s.) Mew ex must pay any energy requirements for the attack. Mew ex performs the attack.
(PC) Power Move
Search your deck for an energy card and attach it to Mew ex. You may switch Mew ex with a Pokemon on your bench.
Flygon ex (C) – 150 HP
PokePower: Transform Recharge
When you play Flygon ex from your hand to evolve one of your Pokemon, you may search your discard pile for two energy and attach them to Flygon ex.
(LC) Reaction Blast – 40+
You may discard any number of Reaction Energy cards from Flygon ex. This attack does 40 damage plus 30 more damage times the number of Reaction Energy discarded in this way.
(GLCCC) Dragon Claw – 100
Machamp (F) – 120 HP
(FC) Overturn – 40
Discard 1 special energy from the Defending Pokemon.
(FCC) Speed Blow – 60+
This attack does 60 damage plus 20 more damage times the number of Reaction Energy attached to Machamp.
Cradily – 100 HP
(CC) River Wave
Count the number of Reaction Energy attached to Cradily. Choose that many of your opponent’s evolved Pokemon and return the highest stage evolution of them to the top of your opponent’s deck. Your opponent shuffles his or her deck.
(GC) – Direct Blast
Choose one of your opponent’s Pokemon. This attack does 30 damage to it.
(CCC) Mud Shot – 50
That’s all for tonight. Keep sure to keep checking back here for all of the latest news on this set, plus EX Unseen Forces!