Discussion Temporal Forces Prospective Setlist (SV5)

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The ranks of Ancient and Future Pokémon continue to grow! Walking Wake ex breaks free of the past alongside Raging Bolt ex, while Iron Leaves ex delivers high-tech justice with Iron Crown ex. Outside Area Zero, Wugtrio and Farigiraf shift types as Tera Pokémon ex, and Pokémon Trainers everywhere prepare for the return of ACE SPEC cards with uniquely powerful effects. A rupture in time brings wild beasts and cyber visions to battle in the Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet—Temporal Forces expansion!

Temporal Forces releases March 22nd, 2024.
 
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CORE SET (163/162)

Pokémon ex: 13/13
Pokémon tera ex: 02/02


[001] Scyther (Cyber Judge)
[002] Pineco (Cyber Judge)
[003] Seedot (Cyber Judge)
[004] Nuzleaf (Cyber Judge)
[005] Shiftry (Cyber Judge)
[006] Shroomish (Cyber Judge)
[007] Breloom (Cyber Judge)
[008] Roselia (Wild Force)
[009] Roserade (Wild Force)
[010] Turtwig (Wild Force)
[011] Grotle (Wild Force)
[012] Torterra 30px-Pokémon_ex.png
(Wild Force)
[013] Shaymin (Wild Force)
[014] Cottonee (Wild Force)
[015] Whimsicott (Wild Force)
[016] Deerling (Cyber Judge)
[017] Sawsbuck (Cyber Judge)
[018] Grubbin (Cyber Judge)
[019] Dhelmise (Cyber Judge)
[020] Bramblin (Cyber Judge)
[021] Brambleghast (Cyber Judge)
[022] Scovillain 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Gym Promo series 3)
[023] Rellor (Cyber Judge)
[024] Rabsca (Cyber Judge)
[025] Iron Leaves 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)

[026] Ponyta (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[027] Rapidash (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[028] Slugma (Cyber Judge)
[029] Magcargo (Cyber Judge)
[030] Victini (Cyber Judge)
[031] Heatmor (Wild Force)
[032] Litten (Cyber Judge)
[033] Torracat (Cyber Judge)
[034] Incineroar 30px-Pokémon_ex.png
(Cyber Judge)
[035] Turtonator (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[036] Sizzlipede (Wild Force)
[037] Centiskorch (Wild Force)
[038] Gouging Fire 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)

[039] Totodile (Wild Force)
[040] Croconaw (Wild Force)
[041] Feraligatr (Wild Force)
[042] Carvanha (Wild Force)
[043] Sharpedo (Wild Force)
[044] Keldeo (Wild Force)
[045] Snom (Wild Force)
[046] Frosmoth (Wild Force)
[047] Wiglett (Wild Force)
[048] Finizen (Wild Force)
[049] Palafin (Wild Force)
[050] Walking Wake 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)

[051] Pikachu (Cyber Judge)
[052] Raichu (Cyber Judge)
[053] Electabuzz (Cyber Judge)
[054] Electivire (Cyber Judge)
[055] Charjabug (Cyber Judge)
[056] Vikavolt (Cyber Judge)
[057] Zeraora (Cyber Judge)
[058] Yamper (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[059] Boltund (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[060] Wugtrio 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Wild Force)
[061] Iron Hands 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[062] Iron Thorns 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)

[063] Mr. Mime (Cyber Judge)
[064] Marill (Wild Force)
[065] Azumarill (Wild Force)
[066] Girafarig (Cyber Judge)
[067] Latias (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[068] Bronzor (Wild Force)
[069] Bronzong (Wild Force)
[070] Solosis (Wild Force)
[071] Duosion (Wild Force)
[072] Reuniclus (Wild Force)
[073] Elgyem (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[074] Beheeyem (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[075] Cutiefly (Cyber Judge)
[076] Ribombee (Cyber Judge)
[077] Scream Tail 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[078] Flutter Mane 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)
[079*] Iron Valiant 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[080*] Iron Valiant 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[081] Iron Crown 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png
(Cyber Judge)
[082] Meditite (Cyber Judge)
[083] Medicham (Cyber Judge)
[084] Relicanth (Wild Force)
[085] Drilbur (Cyber Judge)
[086] Excadrill (Cyber Judge)
[087] Golett (Wild Force)
[088] Golurk (Wild Force)
[089] Rockruff (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[090] Lycanroc (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[091] Mudbray (Wild Force)
[092] Mudsdale (Wild Force)
[093] Rolycoly (Wild Force)
[094] Carkol (Wild Force)
[095] Coalossal (Wild Force)
[096*] Great Tusk 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)



[C] Cut Up: 10 damage / [C][C] Slashing Strike: 60 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t use Slashing Strike.
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[G] Rigidify: During your opponent's next turn, this Pokémon takes 30 less damage from attacks (after applying Weakness and Resistance). / [C][C] Low Kick: 20 damage.
[G] Corkscrew Punch 20 / [C][C] Continuous Slap: 30x damage. Flip 3 coins. This attack does 30 damage for each heads.
[G] Expulsive Tornado: Choose 3 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon. Your opponent shuffles any others, and all cards attached to them, into their deck. / [C][C] Energy Loop: 140 damage. Put an Energy attached to this Pokémon into your hand.
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[G} Triple Spin: 10x damage. Flip 3 coins. This attack does 10 damage for each heads.
Ability: Uplifting Heal - When you play this Pokémon from your hand to evolve 1 of your Pokémon during your turn, you may heal all damage from your Active [G] Pokémon. If you do, discard all Energy from that Pokémon. / [G] Seed Bomb: 40 damage
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[C] Flock: Search your deck for up to 2 Grubbin and put them onto your Bench. Then, shuffle your deck. / [C][C] Vise Grip: 10 damage.
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[C] Spicy Bind: Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Burned. The Defending Pokémon can’t retreat during your opponent’s next turn. / [G][G] Two-Faced Crash: 140 damage. Discard a random card from your opponent’s hand. Discard the top card of your opponent’s deck.
[C] Slight Intrusion: 30 damage. This Pokémon also does 10 damage to itself.
Ability: Spherical Shield - Prevent all damage from and effects of attacks done to your Benched Pokémon by attacks from your opponent’s Pokémon. / [G] Psychic: 10+ damage. This attack does 30 more damage for each Energy attached to your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
Ability: Rapid Vernier - Once during your turn, when you play this Pokémon from your hand onto your Bench, you may switch this Pokémon with your Active Pokémon. If you do, you may move any number of Energy from your Benched Pokémon to this Pokémon. / [G][G][C] Prismatic Edge: 180 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t attack.
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[R] Fake Out: 10 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, your opponent's Active Pokémon is now Paralyzed.
[R] Bite: 30 damage. / [R][C][C] Flare Strike: 80 damage. This Pokémon can't use Flare Strike during your next turn.
Ability: Hustle Play - Attacks used by this Pokémon cost [C] less for each of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon. / [R][C][C][C][C] Blaze Bomb: 240 damage. Your opponent's Active Pokémon is now Burned.
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[R][C] Heat Blast: 60 damage. / [R][R][C] Explosive Fire: 260 damage. This Pokémon can't use Explosive Fire again until it leaves the Active Spot.
[W] Big Bite: 10 damage. During your opponent's next turn, the Defending Pokémon can't retreat.
[W] Reverse Thrust: 30 damage. Switch this Pokémon with 1 of your Benched Pokémon.
Ability: Torrential Heart - Once during your turn, you may put 5 damage counters on this Pokémon. If you do, attacks used by this Pokémon do 120 more damage to your opponent's Active Pokémon during this turn (before applying Weakness and Resistance). / [W][W] Giant Wave: 160 damage. This Pokémon can't use Giant Wave during your next turn.
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[W] Lucky Find: Search your deck for an Item card, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck. / [W][W] Aqua Bomb: 40 damage. This Pokémon does 20 damage to itself.
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Ability: Azure Wave - Damage from attacks used by this Pokémon isn’t affected by any effects on your opponent's Active Pokémon. / [W][C][C] Cathartic Roar: 120+ damage. If your opponent's Active Pokémon is affected by a Special Condition, this attack does 120 more damage.
[L] Random Spark: This attack does 10 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Pokémon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)
[L][C] Entangling Bolt: This attack does 50 damage to each other Pokémon in play with any damage counters on it. (Both yours and your opponent’s. Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.) / [L][C][C] Electric Ball: 120 damage.
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[L][L] Static Shock: 60 damage.
[L] Mach Bolt: 50 damage. / [L][L] Serial Cannon: 120+ damage. This attack does 80 more damage for each of your Benched Charjabug.
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[W] Triple Pump: Discard up to 3 Energy cards from your hand. This attack does 60 damage to 1 of your opponent's Pokémon for each Energy card you discarded in this way. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.) / [W][W] Stun Hold: 120 damage. During your opponent's next turn, the Defending Pokémon can't retreat.
[L][C] Volt Wave: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, your opponent's Active Pokémon is now Paralyzed. / [L][L][C] Super Alloy Hands: 80+ damage. If your opponent's Active Pokémon is a Pokémon ex or Pokémon V, this attack does 80 more damage.
[L][C] Destructo-Press: 70x damage. Reveal the top 5 cards of your deck. This attack does 70 damage for each Future card you find there. Then, discard those Future cards and shuffle the other cards back into your deck. / [L][L][L][C] Megaton Lariat: 140 damage.
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[P][C] Psychic Assault: 20+ damage. This attack does 10 more damage for each damage counter on your opponent's Active Pokémon.
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[C] Surprise Attack: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If tails, this attack does nothing.
[C] Double Trick: 30x damage. Flip 2 coins. This attack does 30 damage for each heads.
[C] Summoning Gate: Look at the top 8 cards of your deck and put any number of Pokémon you find there onto your Bench. Shuffle the other cards into your deck. / [P][C] Brain Shake: 100 damage. Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Confused.
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[C] Songful Encouragement: Heal 100 damage from 1 of your Benched Ancient Pokémon. / [C][C] Hyper Voice: 40 damage.
Ability: Midnight Fluttering - As long as this Pokémon is in the Active Spot, your opponent's Active Pokémon has no Abilities, except for Midnight Fluttering. / [C][C][C] Hex Hurl: 90 damage. Put 2 damage counters on your opponent's Benched Pokémon in any way you like.
[P] Calculate: Look at the top 4 cards of your deck and put them back in any order. / [P][P][C] Majestic Sword: 100+ damage. If you played a Future Supporter card from your hand during this turn, this attack does 100 more damage.
[C] Twin Lasers: 20 damage. This attack also does 20 damage to 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.) / [P][P][C] Zen Blade: 120 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t use Zen Blade.
Ability: Cobalt Command - Your Future Pokémon’s attacks, except any Iron Crown ex, do 20 more damage to your opponent’s Active Pokémon (before applying Weakness and Resistance). / [P][C][C] Twin Shotels: This attack does 50 damage to 2 of your opponent's Pokémon. This attack's damage isn't affected by Weakness or Resistance, or by any effects on those Pokémon.
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Ability: Memory Dive - Each of your evolved Pokémon can use any attack from its previous Evolutions. (You still need the necessary Energy to use each attack.) / [R][C] Razor Fin: 30 damage.
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[C][C] Ground Collapse: Discard the top card of your opponent's deck. If you played an Ancient Supporter card from your hand during this turn, discard 3 more cards. / [F][F][C][C] Giant Fangs: 160 damage.
 
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CORE SET

ACE SPEC trainers: 06/06
ACE SPEC energy: 01/01


[097*] Great Tusk 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[098] Sandy Shocks 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[099] Iron Boulder 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[100] Ekans (Wild Force)

[101] Arbok (Wild Force)
[102] Gastly (Wild Force)
[103] Haunter (Wild Force)
[104] Gengar 30px-Pokémon_ex.png(Wild Force)
[105] Poochyena (Wild Force)
[106] Mightyena (Wild Force)
[107] Sableye (Wild Force)
[108] Farigiraf 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png (Cyber Judge)
[109] Roaring Moon 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)
[110] Forretress (Cyber Judge)
[111] Scizor 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Cyber Judge)
[112] Mawile (Cyber Judge)
[113] Beldum (Cyber Judge)
[114] Metang (Cyber Judge)
[115] Metagross (Cyber Judge)
[116] Meltan (Cyber Judge)
[117] Melmetal (Cyber Judge)
[118] Iron Treads 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[119] Koraidon 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[120*] Koraidon 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Koraidon ex)
[121*] Miraidon 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[122*] Miraidon 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[123*] Raging Bolt 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[124*] Lickitung (Cyber Judge)
[125*] Lickilicky (Cyber Judge)
[126*] Hoothoot (Wild Force)
[127*] Noctowl (Wild Force)
[128*] Dunsparce (Wild Force)
[129*] Dudunsparce (Wild Force)
[130*] Skitty (Cyber Judge)
[131*] Delcatty (Cyber Judge)
[132*] Chatot (Wild Force)
[133*] Pidove (Cyber Judge)
[134*] Tranquill (Cyber Judge)
[135*] Unfezant (Cyber Judge)
[136*] Minccino (Wild Force)
[137*] Cinccino (Wild Force)
[138*] Drampa (Cyber Judge)
[139*] Iron Jugulis 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Starter Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[140*] Ancient Booster Energy Capsule (speculation, PAR#159)
[141] Awakening Drum AceSpec.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[???] Bianca's Sincerity (Cyber Judge)
[144] Buddy-Buddy Poffin (Wild Force)
[???] Cryptomaniac's Deciphering 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[???] Dangerous Jungle (Wild Force)
[???] Emergency Board (Wild Force)
[???] Eri (Wild Force)
[???] Explorer's Guidance 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)
[???] Full Metal Lab (Cyber Judge)
[???] Future Booster Energy Capsule (speculation, PAR#164)
[???] Hand Trimmer (Cyber Judge)
[???] Heavy Baton (Cyber Judge)
[???] Hero's Cape AceSpec.png (Cyber Judge)
[153] Master Ball AceSpec.png(Started Deck & Build Set Miraidon ex)
[154] Maximum Belt AceSpec.png(Wild Force)
[155*] Morty's Conviction (Wild Force)
[156*] Order Box (Wild Force)
[157] Prime Catcher AceSpec.png(Cyber Judge)
[???] Reboot Pod AceSpec.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[???] Salvatore (Cyber Judge)
[161*] Mist Energy (Cyber Judge)
[162] Neo Upper Energy AceSpec.png(Wild Force)



[F][C] Lunge Out: 30 damage. / [F][C][C] Angry Charge: 80+ damage. If your Benched Pokémon have any damage counters on them, this attack does 80 more damage.
[F] Magnetic Blast: 20+ damage. If you have 3 or more Energy in play, this attack does 70 more damage. This attack’s damage isn’t affected by Weakness. / [F][C] Power Gem: 60 damage.
[F][C] Repulsor Axe: 60 damage. During your opponent's next turn, if this Pokémon is damaged by an attack (even if it is Knocked Out), put 8 damage counters on the Attacking Pokémon. / [F][F][C] Power Stomp: 200 damage. Discard 2 Energy from this Pokémon.
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[C][C] Steel Wing: 70 damage. During your opponent’s next turn, this Pokémon takes 50 less damage from attacks (after applying Weakness and Resistance). / [M][M] Cross Breaker: 120x damage. Discard up to 2 [M] Energy from this Pokémon. This attack does 120 damage for each Energy card discarded in this way.
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[M] Dig Claws: 10 damage. / [M][C][C] Iron Tackle: 50 damage. This Pokémon also does 10 damage to itself.
Ability: Metal Maker - Once during your turn, you may look at the top 4 cards of your deck and attach any number of Basic [M] Energy cards you find there to your Pokémon in any way you like. Shuffle the other cards and put them on the bottom of your deck. / [M][C][C] Beam: 60 damage.
[M] Meteor Mash: 60 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon's Meteor Mash attack does 60 more damage (before applying Weakness and Resistance). / [M][C][C][C] Lustrous Blast: 200 damage. Discard 2 Energy from this Pokémon.
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Ability: Dual Core - As long as this Pokémon has a Future Booster Energy Capsule attached, it is [F] and [M] type. / [M][C] Passing Wheel: 60 damage. Move an Energy from this Pokémon to 1 of your Benched Pokémon.
[F][C] Primeval Battering: 30x damage. This attack does 30 damage for each of your Ancient Pokémon in play. / [F][F][C] Shred: 130 damage. This attack's damage isn't affected by any effects on your opponent's Active Pokémon.
[C][C] Vengeful Hammer: 20+ damage. This attack does 10 more damage for each damage counter on this Pokémon. / [R][F][F] Kaiser Tackle: 280 damage. This Pokémon does 60 damage to itself.
[C] Accelerating Peak: 40 damage. Search your deck for up to 2 Basic Energy cards and attach them to your Future Pokémon in any way you like. Then, shuffle your deck. / [L][L][P] Sparking Strike: 160 damage.
[L][P] Repulsion Bolt: 60+ damage. If your opponent’s Active Pokémon already has any damage counters on it, this attack does 100 more damage. / [L][P][C] Cyber Drive: 220 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t use Cyber Drive.
[C] Bursting Roar: Discard your hand and draw 6 cards. / [L][F] Climactic Descent: 70x damage. You may discard any amount of Basic Energy from your Pokémon. This attack does 70 damage for each card you discarded in this way.
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[C] Gnaw: 10 damage. / [C][C] Dig: 30 damage. Flip a coin. If heads, during your opponent’s next turn, prevent all damage from and effects of attacks done to this Pokémon.
Ability: Dashing Draw - Once during your turn, you may draw 3 cards. If you do, shuffle this Pokémon and all attached cards into your deck. / [C][C][C] Land Crush: 90 damage.
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Ability: Auto Marshal - If this Pokémon is in the Active Spot and is damaged by an attack from your opponent's Pokémon (even if this Pokémon is Knocked Out), put 3 damage counters on the Attacking Pokémon. / [C][C][C] Blasting Wind: 110 damage.
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Draw a card for each of your Ancient Pokémon in play.
Heal all damage from 1 of your Pokémon that has 30 HP or less remaining.
Search your deck for up to 2 Basic Pokémon with 70 HP or less and put them onto your bench. Then, shuffle your deck.
Search your deck for 2 cards, shuffle your deck, then put those cards on top of it in any order.
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The Retreat Cost of the Pokémon this card is attached to is [C] less. If that Pokémon has 30 HP or less remaining, it has no Retreat Cost instead.
Your opponent reveals their hand. Choose up to 2 Item cards you find there and discard them.
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Look at the top 6 cards of your deck and put 2 of them into your hand. Discard the other cards.
Each player discards cards until they have 5 cards in their hand. (Your opponent discards first. Players with 5 or fewer cards in their hand don’t discard any cards.)
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The Pokémon this card is attached to gets +100 HP.
Search your deck for a Pokémon, reveal it, and put it into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck.
Attacks used by the Pokémon this card is attached to do 50 more damage to your opponent’s Active Pokémon ex (before applying Weakness and Resistance.)
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Search your deck for up to 2 Item cards, reveal them, and put them into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck. Your turn ends.
Switch in 1 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon to the Active Spot. If you do, switch your Active Pokémon with 1 of your Benched Pokémon.
Attach a Basic Energy card from your discard pile to each of your Future Pokémon in play.
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As long as this card is attached to a Pokémon, it provides [C] Energy.  Prevent all effects of attacks from your opponent’s Pokémon done to the Pokémon this card is attached to. (Existing effects are not removed. Damage is not an effect.)
As long as this card is attached to a Pokémon, it provides [C] Energy.  If this card is attached to a Stage 2 Pokémon, this card provides every type of Energy but provides only 2 Energy at a time instead.
 
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SECRET RARES (56/56)

Illustration rares: 22/22
Special Illustration Rares: 10/10
Gold cards: 06/06


[163] IR Shiftry (Cyber Judge)
[164] IR Grotle (Wild Force)
[165] IR Deerling (Cyber Judge)
[166] IR Sawsbuck (Cyber Judge)

[167] IR Litten (Cyber Judge)
[168] IR Snom (Wild Force)
[169] IR Charjabug (Cyber Judge)
[170] IR Bronzor (Wild Force)
[171] IR Reuniclus (Wild Force)
[172] IR Cutiefly (Cyber Judge)

[173] IR Relicanth (Wild Force)
[174] IR Excadrill (Cyber Judge)
[175] IR Mudsdale (Wild Force)

[176] IR Arbok (Wild Force)
[177] IR Gastly (Wild Force)

[178] IR Metagross (Cyber Judge)
[179] IR Meltan (Cyber Judge)

[180] IR Lickitung (Cyber Judge)
[181] IR Chatot (Wild Force)
[182] IR Minccino (Wild Force)
[183] IR Cinccino
(Wild Force)
[184] IR Drampa (Cyber Judge)

[185] FA Torterra 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Wild Force)
[186] FA Iron Leaves 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png
(Cyber Judge)
[187] FA Incineroar 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Cyber Judge)
[188] FA Gouging Fire 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png
(Wild Force)
[189] FA Walking Wake 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[190] FA Wugtrio 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png(Wild Force)
[191] FA Iron Crown 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[192] FA Iron Boulder 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[193] FA Gengar 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Wild Force)
[194] FA Farigiraf 30px-Pokémon_Terastal_ex.png
(Cyber Judge)
[195] FA Scizor 30px-Pokémon_ex.png (Cyber Judge)
[196] FA Raging Bolt 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[197] FA Bianca's Sincerity (Cyber Judge)
[198] FA Cryptomaniac's Deciphering 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png (Cyber Judge)
[199]
FA Eri (Wild Force)
[200]
FA Explorer's Guidance 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png (Wild Force)
[201] FA Morty's Conviction (Wild Force)
[202] FA Salvatore (Cyber Judge)

[203] SIR Iron Leaves 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[204] SIR Gouging Fire 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[205] SIR Walking Wake 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[206*] SIR Iron Crown 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[207*] SIR Iron Boulder 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[208*] SIR Raging Bolt 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[209*] SIR Bianca's Sincerity (Cyber Judge)
[210*] SIR Eri (Wild Force)
[211*] SIR Morty's Conviction (Wild Force)
[212*] SIR Salvatore (Cyber Judge)

[213*] GOLD Iron Leaves 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[214*] GOLD Gouging Fire 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[215*] GOLD Walking Wake 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)
[216*] GOLD Iron Crown 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[217*] GOLD Iron Boulder 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge)
[218*] GOLD Raging Bolt 30px-Pokémon_ex.png 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force)


[G] Expulsive Tornado: Choose 3 of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon. Your opponent shuffles any others, and all cards attached to them, into their deck. / [C][C] Energy Loop: 140 damage. Put an Energy attached to this Pokémon into your hand.
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[L][L] Static Shock: 60 damage.
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[C] Summoning Gate: Look at the top 8 cards of your deck and put any number of Pokémon you find there onto your Bench. Shuffle the other cards into your deck. / [P][C] Brain Shake: 100 damage. Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Confused.
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Ability: Memory Dive - Each of your evolved Pokémon can use any attack from its previous Evolutions. (You still need the necessary Energy to use each attack.) / [R][C] Razor Fin: 30 damage.
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Your opponent reveals their hand. Choose up to 2 Item cards you find there and discard them.
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Ability: Rapid Vernier - Once during your turn, when you play this Pokémon from your hand onto your Bench, you may switch this Pokémon with your Active Pokémon. If you do, you may move any number of Energy from your Benched Pokémon to this Pokémon. / [G][G][C] Prismatic Edge: 180 damage. During your next turn, this Pokémon can’t attack.
[R][C] Heat Blast: 60 damage. / [R][R][C] Explosive Fire: 260 damage. This Pokémon can't use Explosive Fire again until it leaves the Active Spot.
Ability: Azure Wave - Damage from attacks used by this Pokémon isn’t affected by any effects on your opponent's Active Pokémon. / [W][C][C] Cathartic Roar: 120+ damage. If your opponent's Active Pokémon is affected by a Special Condition, this attack does 120 more damage.
Ability: Cobalt Command - Your Future Pokémon’s attacks, except any Iron Crown ex, do 20 more damage to your opponent’s Active Pokémon (before applying Weakness and Resistance). / [P][C][C] Twin Shotels: This attack does 50 damage to 2 of your opponent's Pokémon. This attack's damage isn't affected by Weakness or Resistance, or by any effects on those Pokémon.
[F][C] Repulsor Axe: 60 damage. During your opponent's next turn, if this Pokémon is damaged by an attack (even if it is Knocked Out), put 8 damage counters on the Attacking Pokémon. / [F][F][C] Power Stomp: 200 damage. Discard 2 Energy from this Pokémon.
[C] Bursting Roar: Discard your hand and draw 6 cards. / [L][F] Climactic Descent: 70x damage. You may discard any amount of Basic Energy from your Pokémon. This attack does 70 damage for each card you discarded in this way.
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dineinunes

Buzzwole Appreciation Account
Member
CARDS INTENTIONALLY EXCLUDED

CONFIRMED PROMOS

Carvanha (Gym Promo series 3, OBF#046) - Temporal Forces Single Pack Blisters (SVP093)
Bellibolt (Gym Promo series 2) - Temporal Forces Single Pack Blisters (SVP094)
Cleffa (Gym Promo series 3) - Temporal Forces Three Pack Blisters (SVP095)
Cyclizar (CoroCoro Promo) - Temporal Forces Three Pack Blisters (SVP096)
IR Flutter Mane 150px-Ancient_paradox_icon.png(Wild Force) - Temporal Forces Elite Trainer Box - Walking Wake (SVP097)
IR Iron Thorns 150px-Future_paradox_icon.png(Cyber Judge) - Temporal Forces Elite Trainer Box - Iron Leaves (SVP098)


*hover the mouse pointer over the card for translation*

[W] Sharp Fang: 20 damage.
[L] Thunder Wave: Flip a coin. If heads, your opponent’s Active Pokemon is now Paralyzed. / [L][L][C] Duobulb Bolt: 10+ damage. You may discard up to 2 [L] Energy from this Pokemon. If you do, this attack does 80 more damage for each Energy you discarded in this way.
[.] Twinkle Wish: Search your deck for up to 2 Basic Energy cards, reveal them, and put them into your hand. Then, shuffle your deck.
[C] Vroom-Vroom Dash: Flip a coin until you get tails. For each heads, draw a card. / [C][C][C] Powerful Tackle: 120 damage During your next turn, this Pokemon can’t attack.
Ability: Midnight Fluttering - As long as this Pokémon is in the Active Spot, your opponent's Active Pokémon has no Abilities, except for Midnight Fluttering. / [C][C][C] Hex Hurl: 90 damage. Put 2 damage counters on your opponent's Benched Pokémon in any way you like.
[L][C] Destructo-Press: 70x damage. Reveal the top 5 cards of your deck. This attack does 70 damage for each Future card you find there. Then, discard those Future cards and shuffle the other cards back into your deck. / [L][L][L][C] Megaton Lariat: 140 damage.


POSSIBLE PROMOS

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Kangaflora

Aspiring Trainer
Member
Getting ready for the fifth SV set I see. We could also use this as an opportunity to predict who we think will be in this set. It will be a lot of fun, and it will be good to see how accurate the predictions are.
 

maggiemagius

I like Audino
Member
Getting ready for the fifth SV set I see. We could also use this as an opportunity to predict who we think will be in this set. It will be a lot of fun, and it will be good to see how accurate the predictions are.
I've done some theorycrafting on this myself and seeing this post made me decide to finally make an account here and dump my silly speculation.
My predictions here are focused around "who gets an art rare", and here are a few general ""groundrules"" I've come up with to help, ordered from least to most speculative.
- Iron Thorns and Flutter Mane are definitely going to be in the set. Probably as ruleboxes.
- Obviously, Gen 9 seems to be given top priority in terms of art rares, considering almost none of those art rares are duplicate Pokemon and there are 111 Paldean Pokemon (so far) and it seems like they're trying to cover all of them at least once. So ~72/111 unique Paldean Pokemon at this point have gotten an AR or SAR. In terms of who I think will get one; probably Lokix, Houndstone, Glimmora, and Annihilape would be at the top of my list.
- There will probably definitely be 2-3 baby Pokemon in the set. I'll just throw caution to the wind and say it'll be Togepi and Munchlax.
- Because of 151 They'll probably be shying away from giving too much spotlight to gen 1 in the next few sets (Hence absolutely zero gen 1 Pokemon getting a secret rare in paradox rift.)
- They might be giving rulebox forms to some of the Paradox Pokemon that have yet to receive them (Iron Moth, Brute Bonnet, etc.), While printing a few non-rulebox forms of those that got a rulebox in the previous sets.
- They maaay give a spotlight in some form to the non-paradox forms of a few of the paradoxes. I wouldn't be surprised to see a rulebox Volcarona or a Delibird Art Rare, for example.
- Though they don't tend to base regular art rares around the "theme" of the set 90% of the time, I've done that here to make things easier.
So with all that in mind here's my predictions/nigh baseless speculation as to the Pokemon getting art rares in this set.
Cyber Judge
ARs:

Ditto, Munchlax, Glimmora, Dachsbun, Klang, Registeel, Metagross, Magearna, Wormadam Trash Cloak, Scrafty, Magneton, Lokix
SARS:
Iron Leaves ex, Iron Thorns ex, Miraidon ex (future)

Wild Force
ARs:

Annihilape, Relicanth, Togepi, Sneasel, Skarmory, Flygon, Baltoy, Huntail, Regirock, Carnivine, Duosion, Dragalge
SARs:
Roaring Wake ex, Flutter Mane ex, Koraidon ex (ancient)

These are just my ideas for Pokemon, I have a few other ideas in mind for trainers but I won't clog this thread up any more than I already have, ehe.

This is also pure speculation but Battle Styles, the previous gen's set 5 introduced both a new mechanic and a new type of chase/rarity: Single Strike and Rapid Strike cards alongside alt arts. We already know Ace Spec cards will come back in this set, but maaaaaybe we'll be getting more of those "raised foil" cards in this set?
 

steffenka

Miss Vaanjie
Member
I've done some theorycrafting on this myself and seeing this post made me decide to finally make an account here and dump my silly speculation.
My predictions here are focused around "who gets an art rare", and here are a few general ""groundrules"" I've come up with to help, ordered from least to most speculative.
- Iron Thorns and Flutter Mane are definitely going to be in the set. Probably as ruleboxes.
- Obviously, Gen 9 seems to be given top priority in terms of art rares, considering almost none of those art rares are duplicate Pokemon and there are 111 Paldean Pokemon (so far) and it seems like they're trying to cover all of them at least once. So ~72/111 unique Paldean Pokemon at this point have gotten an AR or SAR. In terms of who I think will get one; probably Lokix, Houndstone, Glimmora, and Annihilape would be at the top of my list.
- There will probably definitely be 2-3 baby Pokemon in the set. I'll just throw caution to the wind and say it'll be Togepi and Munchlax.
- Because of 151 They'll probably be shying away from giving too much spotlight to gen 1 in the next few sets (Hence absolutely zero gen 1 Pokemon getting a secret rare in paradox rift.)
- They might be giving rulebox forms to some of the Paradox Pokemon that have yet to receive them (Iron Moth, Brute Bonnet, etc.), While printing a few non-rulebox forms of those that got a rulebox in the previous sets.
- They maaay give a spotlight in some form to the non-paradox forms of a few of the paradoxes. I wouldn't be surprised to see a rulebox Volcarona or a Delibird Art Rare, for example.
- Though they don't tend to base regular art rares around the "theme" of the set 90% of the time, I've done that here to make things easier.
So with all that in mind here's my predictions/nigh baseless speculation as to the Pokemon getting art rares in this set.
Cyber Judge
ARs:

Ditto, Munchlax, Glimmora, Dachsbun, Klang, Registeel, Metagross, Magearna, Wormadam Trash Cloak, Scrafty, Magneton, Lokix
SARS:
Iron Leaves ex, Iron Thorns ex, Miraidon ex (future)

Wild Force
ARs:

Annihilape, Relicanth, Togepi, Sneasel, Skarmory, Flygon, Baltoy, Huntail, Regirock, Carnivine, Duosion, Dragalge
SARs:
Roaring Wake ex, Flutter Mane ex, Koraidon ex (ancient)

These are just my ideas for Pokemon, I have a few other ideas in mind for trainers but I won't clog this thread up any more than I already have, ehe.

This is also pure speculation but Battle Styles, the previous gen's set 5 introduced both a new mechanic and a new type of chase/rarity: Single Strike and Rapid Strike cards alongside alt arts. We already know Ace Spec cards will come back in this set, but maaaaaybe we'll be getting more of those "raised foil" cards in this set?
Considering they don't seem to consider Togepi, Riolu, and Toxel as Baby Pokemon within the TCG, I'd say maybe Chingling, Happiny, or Igglybuff are more likely since they're in the SV dex, alongside Munchlax. I also doubt we'll see the "Aidons" as SAR cards considering they're in decks and not part of the Japanese sets. Could be a Gengar/Inteleon VMAX situation though.

One thing that is probably never gonna happen, that I'd like to see, would be Ancient/Future tags being for more than just the Paradox Pokemon. Like Ancient tag for all the Fossils for example, and Future for stuff like the Porygon line, Type: Null/Silvally, Mewtwo, and Genesect (even though they technically are present Pokemon)
 

maggiemagius

I like Audino
Member
Considering they don't seem to consider Togepi, Riolu, and Toxel as Baby Pokemon within the TCG, I'd say maybe Chingling, Happiny, or Igglybuff are more likely since they're in the SV dex, alongside Munchlax. I also doubt we'll see the "Aidons" as SAR cards considering they're in decks and not part of the Japanese sets. Could be a Gengar/Inteleon VMAX situation though.

One thing that is probably never gonna happen, that I'd like to see, would be Ancient/Future tags being for more than just the Paradox Pokemon. Like Ancient tag for all the Fossils for example, and Future for stuff like the Porygon line, Type: Null/Silvally, Mewtwo, and Genesect (even though they technically are present Pokemon)
I didn't know that! I just went for Togepi for the "hatched dinosaur egg" vibes but I'd definitely prefer one of those three (though they're probably saving Chingling for set 6 due to it's Kitakami presence.)
I didn't know about the starter deck inclusions, that does muddle things a bit. Honestly giving it more thought they'd probably not get extra SARs here, my general thought with predicting them was the fact that
There are canonically two extant Koraidons and Miraidons in the games, so these would semi-explicitly be SARs of the "evil" ones you face during the final fight.
I'm generally less confident with predicting SARs since there are way less of them so they felt like safe picks.

Also yeah I'd love love love to see the tags being applied to more pokemon, I guess the issue is its a bit more of a stretch to find pokemon that "Future" applies to as opposed to Ancient.
I also think they've deliberately avoided using fossil pokemon at all in the games themselves to make the general paradox concept less muddled.
 

beatbox2000

Aspiring Trainer
Member
Getting ready for the fifth SV set I see. We could also use this as an opportunity to predict who we think will be in this set. It will be a lot of fun, and it will be good to see how accurate the predictions are.

TPC has already abandoned putting in Pokemon that were in the Paldea Pokedex - besides new Pokemon, there were no other new additions in Ancient Roar, Future Flash or Shiny Treasure ex. That said, this is the list of Pokemon that have still not got a card despite being in the Pokedex. As the set is before DLC, I haven't included the DLC Pokédexes.

List is ordered by Energy Type and Pokedex Order
(Kanto Pokemon that only got cards in 151 are repeated here because 151 has nothing to do with Paldea)

Grass
1. Venonat
2. Venomoth
3. Sunkern
4. Sunflora
5. Kricketot
6. Kricketune
7. Leafeon
8. Petilil
9. Lilligant
10. Deerling
11. Sawsbuck
12. Fomantis
13. Lurantis
14. Applin
15. Flapple
16. Appletun

Fire
1. Flareon

Water
1. Psyduck
2. Golduck
3. Shellder
4. Cloyster
5. Vaporeon
6. Glalie
7. Shellos
8. Finneon
9. Lumineon
10. Glaceon
11. Basculin
12. Bergmite
13. Avalugg
14. Chewtle
15. Drednaw
16. Arrokuda
17. Barraskewda
18. Snow
19. Frosmoth

Lightning
1. Jolteon

Psychic
1. Sylveon
2. Hatenna
3. Hattrem
4. Hatterene
5. Dreepy
6. Drakloak
7. Dragapult

Fighting
1. Gastrodon
2. Hippopotas
3. Hippowdon
4. Gallade
5. Mudbray
6. Mudsdale
7. Rolycoly
8. Carkol
9. Coalossal

Dark
1. Qwilfish
2. Gulpin
3. Swalot
4. Stunky
5. Skuntank
6. Zorua
7. Zoroark
8. Skrelp
9. Dragalge
10. Mareanie
11. Toxapex
12. Impidimp
13. Morgrem
14. Grimmsnarl

Dragon
1. Bagon
2. Shelgon
3. Salamence
4. Axew
5. Fraxure
6. Haxorus
7. Goomy
8. Sliggoo
9. Goodra

Colorless
1. Meowth
2. Persian
3. Ditto
4. Teddiursa
5. Ursaring
6. Stantler
7. Rufflet
8. Braviary
9. Komala
 

Kangaflora

Aspiring Trainer
Member
I've done some theorycrafting on this myself and seeing this post made me decide to finally make an account here and dump my silly speculation.
My predictions here are focused around "who gets an art rare", and here are a few general ""groundrules"" I've come up with to help, ordered from least to most speculative.
- Iron Thorns and Flutter Mane are definitely going to be in the set. Probably as ruleboxes.
- Obviously, Gen 9 seems to be given top priority in terms of art rares, considering almost none of those art rares are duplicate Pokemon and there are 111 Paldean Pokemon (so far) and it seems like they're trying to cover all of them at least once. So ~72/111 unique Paldean Pokemon at this point have gotten an AR or SAR. In terms of who I think will get one; probably Lokix, Houndstone, Glimmora, and Annihilape would be at the top of my list.
- There will probably definitely be 2-3 baby Pokemon in the set. I'll just throw caution to the wind and say it'll be Togepi and Munchlax.
- Because of 151 They'll probably be shying away from giving too much spotlight to gen 1 in the next few sets (Hence absolutely zero gen 1 Pokemon getting a secret rare in paradox rift.)
- They might be giving rulebox forms to some of the Paradox Pokemon that have yet to receive them (Iron Moth, Brute Bonnet, etc.), While printing a few non-rulebox forms of those that got a rulebox in the previous sets.
- They maaay give a spotlight in some form to the non-paradox forms of a few of the paradoxes. I wouldn't be surprised to see a rulebox Volcarona or a Delibird Art Rare, for example.
- Though they don't tend to base regular art rares around the "theme" of the set 90% of the time, I've done that here to make things easier.
So with all that in mind here's my predictions/nigh baseless speculation as to the Pokemon getting art rares in this set.
Cyber Judge
ARs:

Ditto, Munchlax, Glimmora, Dachsbun, Klang, Registeel, Metagross, Magearna, Wormadam Trash Cloak, Scrafty, Magneton, Lokix
SARS:
Iron Leaves ex, Iron Thorns ex, Miraidon ex (future)

Wild Force
ARs:

Annihilape, Relicanth, Togepi, Sneasel, Skarmory, Flygon, Baltoy, Huntail, Regirock, Carnivine, Duosion, Dragalge
SARs:
Roaring Wake ex, Flutter Mane ex, Koraidon ex (ancient)

These are just my ideas for Pokemon, I have a few other ideas in mind for trainers but I won't clog this thread up any more than I already have, ehe.

This is also pure speculation but Battle Styles, the previous gen's set 5 introduced both a new mechanic and a new type of chase/rarity: Single Strike and Rapid Strike cards alongside alt arts. We already know Ace Spec cards will come back in this set, but maaaaaybe we'll be getting more of those "raised foil" cards in this set?
Nice theory, but Togepi has already been released alongside it's evolved forms Togetic and Togekiss. Unless you're theoretically suggesting that Togetic and Togekiss are going to be Colourless to represent their Flying types.
 

maggiemagius

I like Audino
Member
Nice theory, but Togepi has already been released alongside it's evolved forms Togetic and Togekiss. Unless you're theoretically suggesting that Togetic and Togekiss are going to be Colourless to represent their Flying types.
I think my general idea was a colourless Togepi yea! Though I think Happiny, Igglybuff, or Azurill would be more likely in terms of baby pokemon after thinking it over.
 

Kangaflora

Aspiring Trainer
Member
I think my general idea was a colourless Togepi yea! Though I think Happiny, Igglybuff, or Azurill would be more likely in terms of baby pokemon after thinking it over.
I was thinking on those lines myself regarding the Baby Pokémon.

So far, we've seen Togepi, Riolu, Toxel, Cleffa, Elekid, Magby, Bonsly, Mantyke, and (as of Paldean Fates) Mime Jr.

If we include Togepi, Riolu and Toxel, then it is 9 down and 10 to go. If not, then it is 6 down and 10 to go.
 

danglavendor

internet user
Member
TPC has already abandoned putting in Pokemon that were in the Paldea Pokedex - besides new Pokemon, there were no other new additions in Ancient Roar, Future Flash or Shiny Treasure ex. That said, this is the list of Pokemon that have still not got a card despite being in the Pokedex. As the set is before DLC, I haven't included the DLC Pokédexes.

List is ordered by Energy Type and Pokedex Order
(Kanto Pokemon that only got cards in 151 are repeated here because 151 has nothing to do with Paldea)

Grass
1. Venonat
2. Venomoth
3. Sunkern
4. Sunflora
5. Kricketot
6. Kricketune
7. Leafeon
8. Petilil
9. Lilligant
10. Deerling
11. Sawsbuck
12. Fomantis
13. Lurantis
14. Applin
15. Flapple
16. Appletun

Fire
1. Flareon

Water
1. Psyduck
2. Golduck
3. Shellder
4. Cloyster
5. Vaporeon
6. Glalie
7. Shellos
8. Finneon
9. Lumineon
10. Glaceon
11. Basculin
12. Bergmite
13. Avalugg
14. Chewtle
15. Drednaw
16. Arrokuda
17. Barraskewda
18. Snow
19. Frosmoth

Lightning
1. Jolteon

Psychic
1. Sylveon
2. Hatenna
3. Hattrem
4. Hatterene
5. Dreepy
6. Drakloak
7. Dragapult

Fighting
1. Gastrodon
2. Hippopotas
3. Hippowdon
4. Gallade
5. Mudbray
6. Mudsdale
7. Rolycoly
8. Carkol
9. Coalossal

Dark
1. Qwilfish
2. Gulpin
3. Swalot
4. Stunky
5. Skuntank
6. Zorua
7. Zoroark
8. Skrelp
9. Dragalge
10. Mareanie
11. Toxapex
12. Impidimp
13. Morgrem
14. Grimmsnarl

Dragon
1. Bagon
2. Shelgon
3. Salamence
4. Axew
5. Fraxure
6. Haxorus
7. Goomy
8. Sliggoo
9. Goodra

Colorless
1. Meowth
2. Persian
3. Ditto
4. Teddiursa
5. Ursaring
6. Stantler
7. Rufflet
8. Braviary
9. Komala
I hope the Gulpin line gets some new cards soon, I believe they're the only Pokémon in this list to not have gotten a card in the SWSH era (their last set was Celestial Storm)
 

Kangaflora

Aspiring Trainer
Member
Just as I correctly predicted, the two trios of Paradox Pokémon (in regards to the Ancient Legendary Beasts and the Futuristic Musketeers of Justice) are Pokémon ex.
 

Z3RA0RA

Zeraora, Flygon, and Terapagos are my favorites.
Member
It seems like they are revealing cards every day now. If that's the case, then within about a week we should have set numbers for some of the cards. I was also not expecting there to be the two trios. I was expecting Iron Leaves and Walking Wake, but I was guessing they were going to wait until what is now Stellar Miracle to release them. I also doubt that Crimson Haze will be in this set, it will probably be in the next set, which is scheduled for May.
 

beatbox2000

Aspiring Trainer
Member
Doesn't seem like any of the cut cards that are not making it into Paldean Fates are coming here?

Specifically Squirtle, Bulbasaur and the two Gold Energies.

I guess Victini ex is also dead.
 
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