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Ash knows, he was pointing it out because I forgot to mention it in my list at the height of my frenzied new set high.
Probably the english cards will have these translated names but Pokébeach always keep the translate name from the japanese words when posting new sets.Some changes on attacks/abilities that should be addressed:
-Sunflora: Sun Power > Solar Power, an ability that the Sunkern line has in the games.
-Buzzwole: Beast Burst > Beast Boost, an ability that all Ultra Beasts have in the games, which increases their highest stat when they KO a Pokemon.
-Sandygast: Surprise > Astonish, a move that it and Palossand learn in the games.
My question is, hypothetically of course, how many times could someone Lanturn 's ability before get penalized for alow playing
Pokebeach is rather inconsistent with how they put up their translations. Sometimes they use the English ability and move names as they're presented in the games; other times, they use the direct Japanese translations.Probably the english cards will have these translated names but Pokébeach always keep the translate name from the japanese words when posting new sets.
Most of the set reveals have a lot of people commenting... wonder what happened this time?
Kricketune and Slurpuff seem to be at least decent non-gx decks. There was a Pokemon that confused the opponent's one on evolution, right? Kricketune varying between spread, status conditions and high damage output is really interesting, and molding your hand size a la Granbull should prove easy enough, especially with a Pidgeotto engine.
You could use Tapu Lele SM7b and attach a Fairy Charm to achieve automatic confusion from the bench.