Version 0.7.0: Balancing Update has been released! This release fixes a number of balance issues in the Expanded Modern era and reworks a number of card designs. It also adds some staple trainer promos designed by @Nyan, which should speed things up a bit. The following cards have been significantly errata'd: Spoiler: Quick Claw (FAL) Quick Claw (FAL). [Enabled donks.] WAS: The Pokemon this card is attached to, except Pokemon-GX or Pokemon-EX, can attack on your first turn and its attacks cost [P] less. NOW: If you have more Prize cards remaining than your opponent, the attacks of the Pokemon this card is attached to cost [P] less. When you attach this card from your hand to your Active Pokemon, flip a coin. If heads, that Pokemon can attack during your first turn. Spoiler: Klinklang (FAL), Klang (FAL), Klink (FAL) Final Laser, Disorderly, Gear Grind [Updated to be less splashable in non-Metal type decks.] WAS: [...] and ignore all Energy in this attack's cost. NOW: [...] and this attack can be used for [M]. Spoiler: Pyroar (SPR) Dying Breath. WAS: If this Pokemon would be Knocked Out by damage from an opponent's attacks [...] NOW: If this Pokemon would be Knocked Out [...] Spoiler: Zoroark-EX (SPR) Illusion Control. [The Ability prevented the use of all other Abilities in such a way that could not be countered by an opponent, creating an unfun meta.] WAS: [...] during your opponent's next turn, each of your opponent's Pokemon in play [...] has no Abilities [...] NOW: [...] during your opponent's next turn, each of your opponent's Pokemon-EX in play [...] has no Abilities [...] Spoiler: Noivern-EX (SPR) Dragon Tailwind. [Accelerates Energy too quickly.] WAS: [...] from your hand onto your Bench, you may flip a coin. If heads, look at the top 4 cards of your deck. Choose any Energy cards you find there and [...] NOW: [...] from your hand onto your Bench, you may reveal the top card of your deck. If that card is an Energy card, attach it to 1 of your Pokemon. [...] Spoiler: Gardevoir (SPR) Psych Revert. [The capacity to discard most evolved Pokemon meant that evolutions were not viable in the meta, which is undesirable. Gardevoir now puts all Evolutions into the hand, giving it an advantage of other Stage 2 decks.] WAS: [...] devolve 1 of your opponent's evolved Pokemon and discard the highest Stage Evolution card on it. NOW: [...] devolve 1 of your opponent's evolved Pokemon and put all Evolution cards on it into your opponent's hand. Spoiler: Yanmask (FBA) Mummy. [Splashable Ability blockers on a Basic contribute to an unfun meta during early stages of the format.] WAS: If this Pokemon has any damage counters on it, each Pokemon in play has no Abilities (except for Mummy). NOW: Prevent all effects of your opponent’s Abilities done to this Pokémon. Spoiler: Big Nugget (FBA) Big Nugget. [Unprecedented draw on an Item.] WAS: Discard your hand and draw 4 cards. NOW: You may play up to 4 Big Nugget cards at once. Draw 1 card. Then draw 2 cards for each other Big Nugget card you played. The following Pokemon had changes to the damage output of an attack: Absol (SPR): Night Strike. Base damage is 10x instead of 20+. Toxicroak-GX (FBA): Lingering Toxins. Base damage is 100 instead of 170. Darmanitan-GX (FBA): Heated Punch. Base damage is 120 instead of 160. The following Pokemon had changes to their HP: Cofagrigus (FBA): HP is now 120 instead of 140. Sawk (FBA): HP is now 90 instead of 120. Throh (FBA): HP is now 120 instead of 140. Drampa (FBA): HP is now 120 instead of 140. The plugin should update automatically. If it does not, use the link: https://ptcgcustomplugin.s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/updatelist.txt. If there are any issues, contact myself or another member of council!