Discussion Stellar Crown Prospective Setlist (SV7)

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Descend into a world below the surface and discover the true potential of the Terastal phenomenon! The Legendary Pokémon Terapagos takes the throne, joined by Cinderace ex, Lapras ex, and Galvantula ex, all wielding brilliant new powers as Stellar Tera Pokémon ex. The newly discovered Hydrapple ex leads even more Pokémon ex into battle, and ACE SPEC cards continue to shake up the game in the Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet—Stellar Crown expansion!

Stellar Crown releases September 13th, 2024.

SV6.5 Prospective Setlist | SV8 Prospective Setlist
 
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CORE SET (142/142)

Pokémon ex: 10/10
Pokémon Stellar-ex: 04/04
Ace Spec: 03/03


[001] Venusaur 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Special Deck Set ex Venusaur & Charizard & Blastoise, MEW#003)
[002] Ledyba (Stellar Miracle)
[003] Ledian (Stellar Miracle)
[004] Celebi (Battle Academy 2024)
[005] Lileep (Stellar Miracle)
[006] Cradilly (Stellar Miracle)
[007] Carnivine (Stellar Miracle)
[008] Mow Rotom (Stellar Miracle)
[009] Grubbin (Stellar Miracle)
[010] Gossifleur (Stellar Miracle)
[011] Eldegoss (Stellar Miracle)
[012] Applin (Stellar Miracle)
[013] Dipplin (Stellar Miracle)
[014] Hydrapple 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Stellar Miracle)
[015] Nymble (Battle Academy 2024)
[016] Lokix (Battle Academy 2024)
[017] Toedscool (Battle Academy 2024)
[018] Toedscruel (Battle Academy 2024)

[019] Ponyta (Battle Academy 2024)
[020] Rapidash
(Battle Academy 2024)
[021] Pansear
(Gym Promo series 4, PAR#020)
[022] Reshiram (Battle Academy 2024)
[023] Salandit (Stellar Miracle)
[024] Salazzle (Stellar Miracle)
[025] Turtonator (Stellar Miracle)
[026] Scorbunny (Stellar Miracle)
[027] Raboot (Stellar Miracle)
[028] Cinderace 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle)
[029] Charcadet (Battle Academy 2024)

[030] Blastoise 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Special Deck Set ex Venusaur & Charizard & Blastoise, MEW#009)
[031] Lapras (Battle Academy 2024)
[032] Lapras 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle)
[033] Marill (Battle Academy 2024)
[034] Azumarill (Battle Academy 2024)
[035] Finneon (Stellar Miracle)
[036] Lumineon (Stellar Miracle)
[037] Tirtouga (Stellar Miracle)
[038] Carracosta (Stellar Miracle)
[039] Froakie (Battle Academy 2024)
[040] Frogadier (Battle Academy 2024)
[041] Greninja 30px-Pokémon_ex.png
(Battle Academy 2024)
[042] Crabominable (Stellar Miracle)
[043] Chewtle (Stellar Miracle)
[044] Drednaw (Stellar Miracle)
[045] Veluza (Stellar Miracle)

[046] Electabuzz (Stellar Miracle)
[047] Electivire (Stellar Miracle)
[048] Chinchou (Stellar Miracle)
[049] Lanturn (Stellar Miracle)
[050] Joltik (Stellar Miracle)
[051] Galvantula 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle)
[052] Charjabug (Stellar Miracle)
[053] Vikavolt (Stellar Miracle)
[054] Togedemaru (Stellar Miracle)
[055] Zeraora (Stellar Miracle)

[056] Pawmi (Battle Academy 2024)
[057] Slowpoke (Stellar Miracle)
[058] Slowking (Stellar Miracle)
[059] Mewtwo (Battle Academy 2024)
[060] Drifloon (Stellar Miracle)
[061] Drifblim (Stellar Miracle)

[062] Yamask
(Gym Promo series 4, PAR#075)
[063] Comfey (Stellar Miracle)
[064] Milcery (Stellar Miracle)
[065] Alcremie (Stellar Miracle)

[066] Fidough (Stellar Miracle)
[067] Dachsbun 30px-Pokémon_ex.png(Stellar Miracle)
[068] Flittle (Battle Academy 2024)
[069] Espathra (Battle Academy 2024)
[070] Greavard (Battle Academy 2024)
[071] Iron Boulder 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Stellar Miracle)


see MEW#003
[C][C] Headbutt Bounce: 30 damage.
Ability: Sparkling Star Pattern - When you play this Pokémon from your hand to evolve 1 of your Pokémon during your turn, you may switch in 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon with 90 HP or less remaining to the Active Spot. / [C][C] Swift: 70 damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness or Resistance, or by any effects on your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
[C] Collect: Draw a card. / [G] Leaf Step: 30 damage
[G] Bind Down 50 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the Defending Pokémon can’t retreat.
Ability: Mucus Buffet - Once during your turn, you may flip a coin. If heads, choose Burned, Confused, or Poisoned. Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now affected by that Special Condition. / [G] Marshy Winds: 100x damage. This attack does 100 damage for each Special Condition affecting your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
[C] Nosh: Heal 40 damage from this Pokémon. / [G][C][C] Loom Over: 130- damage. This attack does 10 less damage for each damage counter on this Pokémon.
[C] Harvesting Dash: 30 damage. Before doing damage, discard all Pokémon Tool cards and Special Energy cards from your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
[C][C] Ambush: 10+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 more damage.
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[G] Spray Fluid: 20 damage.
[G] Coating Attack: 20 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, prevent all damage done to this Pokémon by attacks from Basic Pokémon.
Ability: Ripe Charge - Once during your turn, you may attach 1 Basic [G] Energy from your hand to 1 of your Pokémon. If you do, heal 30 damage from that Pokémon. / [C][C] Syrup Storm: 30+ damage. This attack does 30 more damage for each [G] Energy attached to your Pokemon.
[C] Tackle: 10 damage.
[C] Spiral Kick: 50 damage.
[G] Ram: 10 damage. / [G][C] Gentle Slap: 20 damage.
[G][C] Mega Drain: 30 damage. Heal 30 damage from this Pokémon. / [G][C][C] Whip Smash: 90 damage.
[R] Flop: 10 damage.
[R][C] Burning Run: 60+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 60 more damage.
see PAR#020
[R][C][C] Heat Blast: 90 damage.
[R] Ember: 30 damage. Discard an Energy from this Pokémon.
[C][C] Sudden Burn: Your opponent discards a card from their hand. If this Pokémon evolved from Salandit during this turn, they discard 2 more cards. / [R][C][C] Flamethrower: 130 damage. Discard an Energy from this Pokémon.
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[C] Quick Attack: 10+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 more damage.
[R] Low Sweep: 30 damage. / [R][C][C] Combustion: 60 damage.
[R][C][C] Flare Strike: 280 damage. During your next turn, this pokémon can't use Flare Strike. / [R][F][D] Garnet Volley: This attack does 180 damage to 1 of your opponent's Pokémon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)
[R][C] Flare: 30 damage.
see MEW#009
[W] Water Gun: 20 damage. / [W][C][C] Surf: 80 damage.
[W] Power Splash: 40x damage. This attack does 40 damage for each Energy attached to this Pokémon. / [W][P][M] Larimar Rain: Look at the top 20 cards of your deck and attach any number of Energy cards you find there to your Pokémon in any way you like. Shuffle the other cards back into your deck.
[C] Rollout: 10 damage.
[W][C] Bubble Beam: 60 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, your opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed.
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[W][W] Splashing Turn: 70 damage. Switch this Pokémon with 1 of your Benched Pokémon.
Ability: Primal Knowledge - Your Pokémon’s attacks do 30 more damage to your opponent’s Active Evolution Pokémon (before applying Weakness and Resistance). / [W][W] Tidal Wave: 150 damage.
[W][C] Rain Splash: 20 damage.
[W][C] Wave Splash: 40 damage.
[W][C] Phantom Shiruken: 100+ damage. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 100 more damage.
Ability: Prep Work - Attacks used by this Pokémon cost [C] less for each Kofu card in your discard pile. / [W][C][C][C][C] Haymaker: 250 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t use Haymaker.
[C][C][C] Headbutt: 60 damage.
Ability: Impregnable Shell - If an attack from your opponent’s Pokémon would deal 200 damage or more to this Pokémon, prevent that damage. / [C][C][C] Hard Crunch: 80+ damage. If your opponent’s Active Pokémon already has any damage counters on it, this attack does 80 more damage.
Ability: Prep Work - Attacks used by this Pokémon cost [C] less for each Kofu card in your discard pile. / [C][C][C][C] Sonic Edge: 110 damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by any effects on your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
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[C] Batch Charge: Search your deck for 2 of either [G] or [L] Basic Energy or any combination, and attach them to your Pokemon in any way you like. Then, shuffle your deck.
[L][C] Charged Web: 110+ damage. If your opponent's Active Pokémon is a Pokémon ex or Pokémon V, this attack does 110 more damage. / [G][L][F] Fulgurite: 180 damage. Discard all Energy from this Pokémon. During your opponent's next turn, they can't play any Item cards from their hand.
[L] Parallel Lineup: Search your deck for up to 3 Charjabug and put them onto your Bench. Then, shuffle your deck.
[L] Volt Switch: 90 damage. Switch this Pokémon with 1 of your Benched [L] Pokémon. / [L][L][C][C] Sparking Strike: 240 damage.
[L] Shocking Chance: 30 damage. If your opponent has exactly 1 Prize card remaining, your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Paralyzed.
[L][C] Combat Thunder: 20+ damage. This attack does 20 more damage for each of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon.
[L] Targeted Spark: This attack does 20 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Pokémon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)
[C] Hanging Tail: Put a Pokémon from your discard pile into your hand. / [P][C] Tackle: 30 damage.
[P][C] Inspirational Challenge: Discard the top card of your deck. If that card is a Pokémon without a Rule Box, choose 1 of that Pokémon’s attacks and use it as this attack. / [P][P][C] Super Psy Bolt: 120 damage.
[P][C][C] Super Psy Bolt: 100 damage.
[P] Expand: 10 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, this Pokémon takes 10 less damage from attacks (after applying Weakness and Resistance).
[P] Let’s All Explode: 50x damage. This attack does 50 damage for each Drifloon and each Drifblim you have in play. This attack also does 30 damage to each of your Drifloon and Drifblim in play. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)
see PAR#075
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[C] Good Smell: Search your deck for a Basic Pokémon and put it onto your Bench. Then, shuffle your deck. / [C] Stampede: 10 damage.
Ability: Full Meal Time - Once during your turn, when you play this card from your hand to evolve 1 of your Pokémon, you may heal all damage from each of your Evolution Pokémon. If you do, discard all Energy from each Pokémon healed in this way. / [C][C] Wonder Shine: 130 damage. Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Confused.
[P] Peck: 10 damage.
[P] Psy Flash: 50 damage.
[C][C] Paw Shake Punch: 20 damage. / [P][C][C] Bite: 50 damage.
[P][C] Adjustable Horn: 170 damage. If you do not have the same number of cards in your hand as your opponent, this attack does nothing.
 
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CORE SET

[072] Cubone (Stellar Miracle)
[073] Marowak (Stellar Miracle)
[074] Rhyhorn (Stellar Miracle)
[075] Rhydon (Stellar Miracle)
[076] Rhyperior (Stellar Miracle)
[077/078] Meditite (Battle Academy 2024)
[077/078] Meditite (Stellar Miracle)
[079] Medicham (Battle Academy 2024)
[080] Medicham 30px-Pokémon_ex.png(Stellar Miracle)
[081] Riolu (Battle Academy 2024)
[082] Lucario 30px-Pokémon_ex.png(Battle Academy 2024)

[083] Mienfoo (Stellar Miracle)
[084] Mienshao (Stellar Miracle)
[085] Pancham (Stellar Miracle)
[086] Diancie (Stellar Miracle)
[087] Crabrawler (Stellar Miracle)
[088] Falinks (Stellar Miracle)
[089] Garganacl 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Gym Promo series 4)
[090] Koraidon (Battle Academy 2024)
[091] Gulpin (Stellar Miracle)
[092] Swalot (Stellar Miracle)
[093] Pangoro (Stellar Miracle)
[094] Impidimp (Stellar Miracle)
[095] Morgrem (Stellar Miracle)
[096] Grimmsnarl (Stellar Miracle)
[097] Bombirdier (Battle Academy 2024)
[098] Jirachi (Battle Academy 2024)
[099] Klink (Stellar Miracle)
[100] Klang (Stellar Miracle)
[101] Klinklang (Stellar Miracle)
[102] Meltan (Battle Academy 2024)
[103] Meltan (Stellar Miracle)
[104] Melmetal (Stellar Miracle)

[105] Melmetal 30px-Pokémon_ex.png(Battle Academy 2024)
[106] Duraludon (Stellar Miracle)
[107] Archaludon (Stellar Miracle)
[108] Varoom (Battle Academy 2024)
[109] Revavroom (Battle Academy 2024)
[110] Orthworm 30px-Pokémon_ex.png(Stellar Miracle)

[111] Raging Bolt 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Stellar Miracle)
[112] Tauros (Battle Academy 2024)
[113] Eevee (Battle Academy 2024)
[114] Hoothoot (Stellar Miracle)
[115] Noctowl (Stellar Miracle)
[116] Glameow (Stellar Miracle)
[117] Purugly (Stellar Miracle)
[118] Fan Rotom (Stellar Miracle)
[119] Bouffalant (Stellar Miracle)
[120] Tornadus (Stellar Miracle)
[121] Fletchling (Stellar Miracle)
[122] Fletchinder (Stellar Miracle)
[123] Talonflame (Stellar Miracle)
[124] Wooloo (Stellar Miracle)
[125] Dubwool (Stellar Miracle)
[126] Lechonk (Battle Academy 2024)
[127] Cyclizar (Battle Academy 2024)
[128] Terapagos 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png
(Stellar Miracle)
[129] Antique Cover Fossil (Stellar Miracle)
[130] Antique Root Fossil (Stellar Miracle)

[131] Area Zero Underdepths (Stellar Miracle)
[132] Briar (Stellar Miracle)
[133] Crispin (Stellar Miracle)
[134] Deluxe Bomb AceSpec.png (Stellar Miracle)
[135] Glass Trumpet (Stellar Miracle)
[136] Grand Tree AceSpec.png(Stellar Miracle)
[137*] Gravity Stone (Stellar Miracle)
[138*] Kofu (Stellar Miracle)
[139*] Lacey (Stellar Miracle)

[140*] Occa Berry (Stellar Miracle)
[141*] Papaya Berry (Stellar Miracle)
[142*] Sparkling Crystal AceSpec.png
(Stellar Miracle)

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[F] Beat: 10 damage.
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[F] Double Smash: 40x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 40 damage for each heads.
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[F][C] Punch: 30 damage.
[F][C] Low Kick: 50 damage. / [F][F][C] Knuckle Pulse: 120 damage.
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[C][C] Vise Grip: 20 damage. / [C][C][C] Crabhammer: 50 damage.
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Ability: Salt Body - This Pokémon can’t be affected by any Special Conditions. / [F][C][C] Block Hammer: 170 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, this Pokémon takes 60 less damage from attacks (after applying Weakness and Resistance).
[F][F] Resolute Fangs: 50+ damage. If your opponent’s Active Pokémon is a Pokémon ex, this attack does 70 more damage.
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[D][C] Reckless Charge: 70 damage. This Pokémon also does 20 damage to itself.
[C] Overflowing Wishes: Attach a Basic Energy card from your discard pile to 1 of your Benched Pokémon.
[C] Allure: Draw a card. / [C][C] Beam: 20 damage.
[C][C] Iron Tackle: 60 damage. This Pokémon also does 10 damage to itself.
Ability: Emergency Spin - Once during your turn, if this Pokémon is in your hand and your opponent has a Stage 2 Pokémon in play, you may put this Pokémon onto your Bench. / [C][C] Hyper Beam†: 130 damage. Discard all Energy from this Pokémon.
[M] Stampede: 10 damage. / [M][C][C] Beam: 40 damage.
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[M][M][C][C] Iron Swing: 100x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 100 damage for each heads.
[M] Hammer In: 30 damage. / [M][M][C] Raging Hammer: 80+ damage. This attack does 10 more damage for each damage counter on this Pokémon.
Ability: Steel Bridge - Your Pokémon with any [M] Energy attached to them have no Retreat Cost. / [M][M][C] Iron Blaster: 160 damage. This Pokémon can’t attack during your next turn.
[C][C] Ram: 30 damage.
[M][C][C] Untamed Dash: 100 damage.
Ability: Kerpow Return - When this Pokémon is damaged by an attack from your opponent’s Pokémon (even if this Pokémon is Knocked Out), put 2 damage counters on the Attacking Pokémon for each [M] Energy attached to this Pokémon. / [C][C][C][C] Rock Tomb: 150 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the Defending Pokémon can’t retreat.
[L][F] Raging Thunderstorm: This attack does 30 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Pokémon for each Energy attached to this Pokémon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.) / [L][F][C] Dragon Headbutt: 130 damage.
[C][C][C] Destructive Horn: 70 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, discard an Energy from your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
[C] Call for Family: Search your deck for a Basic Pokemon and put it onto your Bench. Then, shuffle your deck. / [C][C] Gnaw: 20 damage.
[C] Triple Stab: 10x damage. Flip 3 coins. This attack does 10 damage for each heads.
Ability: Jewel Hunt - When you play this Pokémon from your hand to evolve 1 of your Pokémon during your turn, if you have any Terastal Pokémon in play, you may search your deck for up to 2 Trainer cards, reveal them, and put them into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck. / [C][C] Speed Wing: 60 damage.
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Ability: Fan Call - On your first turn, you may use this ability. Search your deck for 3 [C] Pokemon with 100 HP or less, reveal them, and put them into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck. You can’t use this Ability if you have used another Fan Call Ability this turn. / [C] Assault Landing: 70 damage. If there isn’t a Stadium card in play, this attack fails.
Ability: Carry Wall - If you have another Bouffalant in play, all your Basic [C] Pokemon take 60 less damage from attacks done by your opponent’s Pokemon. You can’t apply more than 1 Carry Wall Ability at a time. / [C][C][C] Boundless Power: 130 damage. This Pokemon can’t attack during your next turn.
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[C] Send Back: 10 damage. Switch out your opponent’s Active Pokémon to the Bench. (Your opponent chooses the new Active Pokémon.)
[C][C] Speed Dive: 50 damage.
[C][C] Aero Chase: 110+ damage. If the Retreat Cost of your opponent’s Active Pokémon is 2 or more, this attack does 110 more damage.
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[C] Rear Kick: 30 damage.
[C] Tail Slap: 10 damage. / [C][C] Speed Attack: 50 damage.
[C][C] Unified Beatdown: 30x damage. If you go second, you can't use this attack during your first turn. This attack does 30 damage for each of your Benched Pokémon. / [G][W][L] Crown Opal: 180 damage. During your opponent's next turn, prevent all damage done to this Pokémon by attacks from Basic non-[C] Pokémon.
Play this card as if it were a 60-HP Basic [C] Pokémon. This card can’t be affected by any Special Conditions and can’t retreat. At any time during your turn, you may discard this card from play. / Ability: Protective Cover - Prevent all effects of attacks used by your opponent’s Pokémon done to this Pokémon. (Damage is not an effect.)
Play this card as if it were a 60-HP Basic [C] Pokémon. This card can’t be affected by any Special Conditions and can’t retreat. / Ability: Primal Roots - As long as this Pokémon is in the Active Spot, your opponent’s Basic Pokémon’s attacks cost [C] more.
If a player has a Terastal Pokémon in play, that player can have 8 Pokémon on their Bench.  (When this card leaves play or that player no longer has a Terastal Pokémon in play, that player discards Benched Pokémon until they have 5 Pokémon on the Bench. If both players discard, the owner of this card discards first.)
You can play this card only if your opponent has exactly 2 Prize cards remaining.  Until the end of this turn, if your opponent’s Active Pokémon is Knocked Out by damage from 1 of your Tera Pokémon’s attacks, take 1 more Prize card.
Search you deck for up to 2 Basic Energy cards of different types, reveal them to your opponent, and put 1 of them into your hand. Attach the other Energy to 1 of your Pokémon. Then, shuffle your deck.
If the Pokémon this card is attached to is in the Active Spot and is damaged by an attack from your opponent’s Pokémon (even if this Pokémon is Knocked Out), put 12 damage counters on the Attacking Pokémon. Then, discard this card.
You can only play this card if you have a Tera Pokémon in play.  Choose up to 2 of your Benched [C] Pokémon and attach a Basic Energy from your discard pile to each of them.
Once during each player’s during that player may search their deck for a Stage 1 Pokémon that evolves from 1 of their Basic Pokémon, and put it onto that Pokémon to evolve it. If that Pokémon is now a Stage 1 Pokémon, they search their deck for a Stage 2 Pokémon that evolves from that Pokémon and put it onto that Pokémon to evolve it. Then, shuffle your deck. (You can’t use this effect on a Basic Pokémon on your first turn or on a Basic Pokémon that was put into play this turn.)
If the Pokémon this card is attached to is in the Active Spot, the Retreat Cost of both Active Pokémon is [C] more.
Put 2 cards from your hand on the bottom of your deck in any order. Then, draw 4 cards. (If you can’t put 2 cards from your hand at the bottom of your deck in this way, you can’t play this card.)
Shuffle your hand into your deck. Then, draw 4 cards. If your opponent has 3 or fewer Prize cards remaining, draw cards until you have 8 cards in your hand instead.
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The attack cost of the Terastal Pokémon this card is attached to is reduced by 1. (By 1 of any type of Energy.)
 
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SECRET RARES (16/33)

Illustration rares: 11/13
Special Illustration rares: 04/06
Gold cards: 00/03


[143] IR Bulbasaur (Special Deck Set ex Venusaur & Charizard & Blastoise, MEW#001)
[144] IR Ledyba (Stellar Miracle)
[145] IR Lileep (Stellar Miracle)
[147] IR Raboot (Stellar Miracle)
[148] IR Squirtle (Special Deck Set ex Venusaur & Charizard & Blastoise, MEW#007)
[149] IR Crabominable (Stellar Miracle)
[150] IR Joltik (Stellar Miracle)
[151] IR Zeraora (Stellar Miracle)

[152] IR Milcery (Stellar Miracle)
[154] IR Gulpin (Stellar Miracle)
[155] IR Archaludon (Stellar Miracle)
[???] FA Hydrapple 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Cinderace 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Lapras 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Galvantula 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Dachsbun 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Medicham 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Orthworm 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[???] FA Terapagos 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[163] FA Briar (Stellar Miracle)
[164] FA Crispin (Stellar Miracle)
[165] FA Kofu (Stellar Miracle, unrevealed)
[166] FA Lacey (Stellar Miracle)

[167] SIR Hydrapple 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png(Stellar Miracle)
[169] SIR Dachsbun 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle)
[170] SIR Terapagos 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle)
[171] SIR Briar (Stellar Miracle)

[173] GOLD Terapagos 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Stellar Miracle, speculation)

see MEW#001
Ability: Sparkling Star Pattern - When you play this Pokémon from your hand to evolve 1 of your Pokémon during your turn, you may switch in 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon with 90 HP or less remaining to the Active Spot. / [C][C] Swift: 70 damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness or Resistance, or by any effects on your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
[G] Bind Down 50 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, the Defending Pokémon can’t retreat.
[R] Low Sweep: 30 damage. / [R][C][C] Combustion: 60 damage.
see MEW#007
Ability: Prep Work - Attacks used by this Pokémon cost [C] less for each Kofu card in your discard pile. / [W][C][C][C][C] Haymaker: 250 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t use Haymaker.
[C] Batch Charge: Search your deck for 2 of either [G] or [L] Basic Energy or any combination, and attach them to your Pokemon in any way you like. Then, shuffle your deck.
[L][C] Combat Thunder: 20+ damage. This attack does 20 more damage for each of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon.
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You can play this card only if your opponent has exactly 2 Prize cards remaining.  Until the end of this turn, if your opponent’s Active Pokémon is Knocked Out by damage from 1 of your Tera Pokémon’s attacks, take 1 more Prize card.
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Ability: Ripe Charge - Once during your turn, you may attach 1 Basic [G] Energy from your hand to 1 of your Pokémon. If you do, heal 30 damage from that Pokémon. / [C][C] Syrup Storm: 30+ damage. This attack does 30 more damage for each [G] Energy attached to your Pokemon.
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[C][C] Unified Beatdown: 30x damage. If you go second, you can't use this attack during your first turn. This attack does 30 damage for each of your Benched Pokémon. / [G][W][L] Crown Opal: 180 damage. During your opponent's next turn, prevent all damage done to this Pokémon by attacks from Basic non-[C] Pokémon.
 
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CARDS INTENTIONALLY EXCLUDED

CONFIRMED PROMOS

Horsea (Gym Promo series 4, PAR#030)
Latias (CoroCoro promo - November 2023)
Tinkaton (Gym Promo series 4)
Porygon2 (Gym Promo series 4, PAR#143)
IR Nocktowl (Stellar Miracle, SCR#115)

see PAR#030
Ability: Mist Float - If this Pokémon has any [P] Energy attached, it has no Retreat Cost. / [P][P][C] Psychic Sphere: 100 damage.
[P] Knock Off: 40 damage. Discard a random card from your opponent’s hand. / [P][C][C] Wild Press: 220 damage. This Pokémon also does 60 damage to itself.
see PAR#143
Ability: Jewel Hunt - When you play this Pokémon from your hand to evolve 1 of your Pokémon during your turn, if you have any Terastal Pokémon in play, you may search your deck for up to 2 Trainer cards, reveal them, and put them into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck. / [C][C] Speed Wing: 60 damage.


POSSIBLE PROMOS

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see MEW#006
[P][C][C] Horror Fang: 100+ damage. Flip a coin until you get tails. This attack does 20 more damage for each heads.
 
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If this set is based on just Stellar Miracle then there should only be 12 IRS, 8 FA pokemon, 3/4 FA Trainers, 4 pokemon SIRs and 2 Trainer SIRs. With 10 exs in total.
 
CORE SET (11/142?)

Pokémon ex: --/??
Pokémon Tera-ex: --/??
Pokémon Stellar-ex: 06/??
Ace Spec:
--/??


[026*] Scorbunny (Stellar Miracle, speculation)
[027*] Raboot (Stellar Miracle, speculation)
[028*] Cinderace View attachment 19312(Stellar Miracle, speculation)
[???] Charcadet (Stellar Ceruledge ex Deck)

[032*] Lapras View attachment 19312(Stellar Miracle, speculation)
[050*] Joltik (Stellar Miracle, speculation)
[051*] Galvantula View attachment 19312(Stellar Miracle, speculation)

[???] Sylveon View attachment 19312 (Stellar Sylveon ex Deck)
[???] Ceruledge View attachment 19312 (Stellar Ceruledge ex Deck)

[???] Eevee (Stellar Sylveon ex Deck)
[128*] Terapagos View attachment 19312(Stellar Miracle, speculation)


Several Questions to be asked.
1. Where did Cinderace, Lapras, and Galvantula come from and how do you know that they're Tera ex cards from Stellar Miracle?
2. How do you know those three ex cards are in Stellar Miracle? What's stopping at least 1 of them from being in Night Wanderer?
3. Why is Ceruledge Psychic-type? Knowing the ways Pokémon handles their Japanese decks, they might put Ceruledge as Fire-type in order to avoid confusion with Sylveon.
 
Several Questions to be asked.
1. Where did Cinderace, Lapras, and Galvantula come from and how do you know that they're Tera ex cards from Stellar Miracle?
2. How do you know those three ex cards are in Stellar Miracle? What's stopping at least 1 of them from being in Night Wanderer?
3. Why is Ceruledge Psychic-type? Knowing the ways Pokémon handles their Japanese decks, they might put Ceruledge as Fire-type in order to avoid confusion with Sylveon.
1. Potential leaks have been posted on reddit showing those 4 exs. I put speculation just because they might be fake (though they look totally legitimate).
2. They are all Stellar exs and we know that Stellar Miracle is the one that will introduce those, not Night Wanderer.
3. That's just based on past versions of the card. Same logic I used for the exs Loyal Three in the 6.5 post. If it ends up being a different type we correct it.
 
I've noticed a "gimmick" in the stellar cards. Just like VSTAR powers always have "star" in the name, the second attack of the stellar exs have the name of a rock in it. Cinderace has Garnet, Lapras has Larimar, Galvantula has Fulgurite and Terapagos has Opal.
 
I've noticed a "gimmick" in the stellar cards. Just like VSTAR powers always have "star" in the name, the second attack of the stellar exs have the name of a rock in it. Cinderace has Garnet, Lapras has Larimar, Galvantula has Fulgurite and Terapagos has Opal.
The only rock I know that has a connection to ghosts and spookiness is Spectre idk the name, smth like that. Also, I have saved the images for it for legit checking
 
There are rumours of an UPC coming in November, and it features foil "Terastal Basic Energies". If it's true it might be something to make the use of these weird energy costs easier (maybe like a Rainbow Energy that only works on Tera pokémon? but it would make more sense as a special energy than basic ones)

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I've noticed a "gimmick" in the stellar cards. Just like VSTAR powers always have "star" in the name, the second attack of the stellar exs have the name of a rock in it. Cinderace has Garnet, Lapras has Larimar, Galvantula has Fulgurite and Terapagos has Opal.
I'm betting on Grass being Emerald and Dragon being Citrine.
 
There are rumours of an UPC coming in November, and it features foil "Terastal Basic Energies". If it's true it might be something to make the use of these weird energy costs easier (maybe like a Rainbow Energy that only works on Tera pokémon? but it would make more sense as a special energy than basic ones)

I assume this Terastal Basic Energy is coming to SV7 and not SV8, since the release between the SV7 and the UPC are far apart.
 
There are rumours of an UPC coming in November, and it features foil "Terastal Basic Energies". If it's true it might be something to make the use of these weird energy costs easier (maybe like a Rainbow Energy that only works on Tera pokémon? but it would make more sense as a special energy than basic ones)

The Terastal Basic Energy might just be the new design for Basic Energies instead of an actual new Basic Energy.
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JustinBasil's site says that Paradise Dragona releases on the same date as SCR or SV7, but I have a hard time believing a non-mini set would only have a little more than 100 cards in the base set (assuming SV7 has any of the other Battle Academy and promos in it), so do we think SV7 will include Paradise Dragona? I believe there was a set since the Scarlet Violet block started that had a simultaneous release of some sort with Japan.
 
JustinBasil's site says that Paradise Dragona releases on the same date as SCR or SV7, but I have a hard time believing a non-mini set would only have a little more than 100 cards in the base set (assuming SV7 has any of the other Battle Academy and promos in it), so do we think SV7 will include Paradise Dragona? I believe there was a set since the Scarlet Violet block started that had a simultaneous release of some sort with Japan.
I, personally, don't think Paradise Dragona will be in it. The set has 142 cards and Stellar Miracle is 102 cards, which means only 40 extra cards. If the remaining Battle Academy cards are in it that's already 10 more cards. Which leaves 30 cards that likely come from the Sylveon and Ceruledge decks (and maybe a gym promo or two). But maybe they could cut also some of the Stellar Miracle cards and we could see half of Paradise Dragona being put in this and the other half + the cut cards in SV8.
 
I, personally, don't think Paradise Dragona will be in it. The set has 142 cards and Stellar Miracle is 102 cards, which means only 40 extra cards. If the remaining Battle Academy cards are in it that's already 10 more cards. Which leaves 30 cards that likely come from the Sylveon and Ceruledge decks (and maybe a gym promo or two). But maybe they could cut also some of the Stellar Miracle cards and we could see half of Paradise Dragona being put in this and the other half + the cut cards in SV8.
Totally forgot about the base set count being revealed from the leaks and the Stellar ex decks. I guess I don't know much about Japanese decks, but do they often have quite a few cards (other than the namesake cards) that are not a base set?
 
Set list for Stellar Miracle with the new cards revealed today.
1. Ledyba
2. Ledian
3.
4.
5.
6.
7. Grubbin
8.
9.
10. Applin
11. Dipplin

12. Hydrapple ex
13. Salandit
14. Salazzle
15. Scorbunny
16. Raboot
17. Cinderace ex

18.
19. Lapras ex

20.
21.
22. Tirtouga
23. Carracosta
24.
25. Chewtle

26. Drednaw
27.

28.
29.
30.
31.
32. Joltik

33. Galvantula
34. Charjabug
35. Vikavolt
36.

37.
38. Slowpoke

39. Slowking
40.
41.
42.
43.
44.
45. Fidough
46. Dachsbun ex

47. Iron Boulder
48.
49.
50.
51.
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67. Klink

68. Klang
69. Klinklang
70.
71.
72. Duraludon
73. Archaludon

74. Orthworm ex
75. Raging Bolt
76. Hoothoot

77. Noctowl
78.
79.
80. Fan Rotom
81. Bouffalant
82. Meloetta ?
83. Fletchling
84. Fletchinder
85. Talonflame
86.
87.

88. Terapagos ex
89. Glass Trumpet

90.
91. Old Cover Fossil
92.
93.
94. Sparkling Crystal
95. Gravity Stone
96.
97. Crispin
98. Lacey
99.
100. Briar
101. Great Tree

102. Area Zero underdepths
103. Ledian
104.

105.
106.
107.

108. Joltik IR
109.
110.
111.
112.
113.
114. Noctowl IR
115. Hydrapple ex FA
116. Cinderace ex FA
117. Lapras ex FA
118. Galvantula ex FA
119.
120.
121. Orthworm ex FA
122. Terapagos ex FA
123.
124. Lacey FA
125. Crispin FA
126. Briar FA
127. Hydrapple SIR
128.
129.
130. Terapagos ex SIR
131.
132. Briar SIR
133. Gold Terapagos ex
134.
135.
 
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