Create a Card Contest: Two Types, Two Cards

Discussion in 'Create-A-Card' started by dkates, Oct 29, 2003.

  1. dkates

    dkates New Member

    For this contest, choose any Pokemon from R/B/Y through Ru/Sa (EXCEPT Jirachi or Deoxys) whose two different Game Boy types are also different types in the card game. Then, make two cards of that Pokemon -- one for each of its possible TCG types. For example, you could choose Jynx, in which case you would make one (P) Jynx and one (W) Jynx. Each card will be graded by the following rubric, and the two scores averaged together for your final score.

    • Type: 5 points. Did you choose one of that Pokemon's possible types? Also, do the card's abilities match the type you chose?
    • HP: 5 points. Is it balanced, and does it make sense for that Pokemon?
    • Weakness/Resistance: 10 points. Do they make sense based on not only the Pokemon, but also the type you chose?
    • Retreat Cost: 5 points. Does it make sense for that Pokemon, and is it balanced?
    • Picture: 5 points. Can I tell what you're describing? Is it vivid enough? Does it make sense?
    • Abilities: 30 points. You may have 1 attack, 2 attacks, a Pokemon Power (make it a Poke-Body or Poke-Power) only, or a Pokemon Power (again, make it a Poke-Body or Poke-Power) and an attack. If there are two abilities, each will be worth 15 points. I will grade based on how it fits with the Pokemon and the type, how balanced it is in general, and how well the cost fits the damage and effects.
    • Total possible score: 60 points.
    Leaving out a section will result in a score of 0 for that section. One entry per person. Contest is scheduled to last until Sunday, November 16th. I will judge each entry as soon as I see it (or as soon after seeing it as I can), and announce final standings on the 16th or 17th.
     
  2. bullados

    bullados <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showthread.php?

    Can it be dual-typed Pokemon that haven't had a second type in the TCG? Swampert (water/ground) and Quagsire (water/ground), for example?
     
  3. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Yes. It just has to be eligible for both types.
     
  4. surfingpika

    surfingpika New Member

    Charizard
    120HP
    (r) type
    Evolves from Charmeleon

    Weakness(w)
    Resistance(f)
    Retreat cost(c)(c)(c)

    Pokepower:sunny day When Charizard is your active pokemon, all attacks from (r) pokemon have their base damage increased by 20(except if the base damage is 0) and (w) pokemon have their base damage decreased by 20(before any other effects that effect damage)(does not apply for confusion self-damage). This pokepower stops working if Charizard has a Special Condition.

    (r)(r)(r)(r) Burnflame 60 Flip a coin, if heads, discard all energies from the defending pokemon, then flip a coin for each energy attached to Charizard. For every tails, discard 1 energy from every one of your pokemon with an energy. If you refuse to do this, Ko every one of your pokemon with an energy(Your opponent takes prizes for the kos).

    Pic: Charizard has an enemy trapped in a pillar of fire. A shell that looks like it could be from a Blastoise has a corner peeking out.
    Rarity:Rare-holo

    Charizard
    100HP
    (c) type
    Evolves from Charmeleon

    Weakness(e)
    Resistance(f)
    Retreat cost(c)(c)

    Poke-power Dual wind-If a trainer card affects 1 active or defending pokemon, the trainner now affects each active or defending pokemon(If there are any costs, the owner of the trainer card must pay the cost for each pokemon affected by the trainer)(This affect does not apply to stadiums). This poke-power works even if Charizard is affected by a Special Condition.

    Pic:Charizard is starting to do a backflip just as a Dragonite above it is starting to Hyper Beam it while they are both over a sea.

    (c)(c) Gust 30+ If the defending pokemon has an (f) resistance, this attack does 40 damage instead of 30.
     
  5. Carrington388

    Carrington388 New Member

    Medicham
    80 HP {F}
    Stage 1 Pokémon (Evolves from Meditite)

    {P} Arthritis Psy Medicham does 20 damage to itself. 30
    {F}{F}{F} Low Kick If the Defending Pokémon's Weight is 150 lbs. or higher, this attack's base damage is 60 instead of 40. If the Defending Pokémon has no Weight, this attack does 40 damage. 40

    Weakness: {P}
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: {C}{C}
    Picture: Medicham is walking down a street (background), eating an ice cream cone. Its head appears to be in a cast about one inch above the eyes.

    Medicham
    70 HP {P}
    Stage 1 Pokémon (Evolves from Meditite)

    {F} Punch 10
    {P}{P} Psychic This attack does 10 damage plus 10 more damage for each Energy card attached to the Defending Pokémon. 10+

    Weakness: {P}
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: {C}{C}
    Picture: A Medicham in a boxing ring. Wearing a referee's stripes. Holding a whistle. The audience is in the background.
     
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2003
  6. Sea Crobat

    Sea Crobat New Member

    Quagsire(Evolves from Wooper)
    Pic: (A Quagsire with a pokeball in it's mouth and a startled look on it's face swiming and panting with spray everywhere and a Kingdra with a trainer much like your character you are in G/S/C chasing it with an annoyed look on his face in the afternoon.)
    [W] HP80

    Weakness:[G]
    Resestaince:[]
    Retreat Cost:[C][C]

    [W][W]
    Water Gun 30+
    This attack does 30 damage plus 10 more damage for each [W] Energy attached to Quagsire but not used to pay for this attack's Energy cost. You can't add more than 20 damage in this way.

    [W][W][C][C]
    Surf 50




    Quagsire(Evolves from Wooper)
    Pic: (A Quagsire waddling through Union Cave at night looking for a place to sleep while being followed by a female Quagsire and 3 baby Wooper with tired looks on their faces about to fall on the spot.)
    [F] HP80

    Weakness:[G]
    Resestaince:[L]
    Retreat Cost:[C][C]

    [F][F]
    Mud-Slap 20
    During your opponnet's next turn, when he or she trys to attack, he or she must flip a coin. If tails that attack does nothing(not even damage).

    [F][F][C]
    Earthquake 60
    This attach does 10 damage to each of your own Benched Pokemon.(Don't apply Weakness and Resestaince for Benched Pokemon.
     
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2003
  7. Dek

    Dek New Member

    Gengar- Stage 2 (Evolves from Haunter)
    90 HP
    :psychic:

    Picture: Gengar flies around in the dark, where Ghastlies and Haunters are following him.

    Poke-Body: Ghostly Aura- Any damage done to a Pokemon with Ghastly, Haunter, Gengar, Duskull, or Dusclops in their name is reduced by 20 (after applying weakness and resistance)

    Judgement Wave- Flip 4 coins. If 1 is heads, this attack does 30 damage to the Defending Pokemon. If 2 are heads, this attack does 10 damage to each player's Benched Pokemon. If 3 are heads, this attack does 30 damage to each Defending Pokemon (don't apply Weakness and Resistance. If all 4 are heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Knocked Out (choose 1 if there are 2).

    Weakness: (D)
    Resistance: (F) -30
    Retreat: (C)(C)(C)

    Gengar- Stage 2 (Evolves from Haunter)
    90 HP
    :grass: (trying to show that he was a Poison type)

    Picture: A special Gengar appears. This is a different one because his eyes are green, kind of like the Grass Energy Green. Poisonous vines are also coming out of his fingers.

    Poke-Body: Posionous Aura- Any damage done to one of your Pokemon is reduced by 20 if the Defending Pokemon is a :psychic: type (after applying weakness and resistance).

    (G)(G)(C) Toxic- The Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned. Put 2 damage counters instead of 1 on the Defending Pokemon between turns. 20

    Weakness: :psychic:
    Resistance: none
    Retreat: (C)(C)(C)
     
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2003
  8. Baboon

    Baboon New Member

    Yeah, it's been a loooong time since I did one of these. The first Delibird here is Ice, the second being Flying.

    Delibird
    Basic Pokemon
    Type: (W)
    80 HP
    Weakness: (R)
    Resistance: (G)
    Retreat Cost: (*)
    Picture: Delibird with a scarf and hat in flight during a blizzard. Articuno silhouette can be seen in the background on the left blowing the snow in.

    (*)(*) Present You may have your opponent draw up to 3 cards. Flip a coin. If heads, draw up to twice that number of cards.
    (W)(W)(W)(*) Icy Wind 40+ Flip a number of coins equal to the number of (W) Energy cards attached to Delibird. If you get exactly 1 heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Asleep. If you get exactly 2 heads, this attack does 40 damage plus 10 more damage. If you get exactly 3 heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Paralyzed. If you get more than 3 heads, the Defending Pokemon may not retreat or be sent to the Bench as long as it is in play.
    Rarity: Rare


    Delibird
    Basic Pokemon
    Type: (*)
    90 HP
    Weakness: (W) [as Ice]
    Resistance: (F)
    Retreat Cost: (*)
    Picture: Delibird flying through the clouds while munching on a slice of pizza. Behind and slightly above Deibird in the background is a jet with people looking out in amazement at the Delibird.

    (*)(*) Fly 20 During your next turn, Delibird's Swift attack does 50 damage instead of 20.
    (*)(*) Swift Choose 1 of your opponent's Pokemon and this attack deals 20 damage to it.(Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon.)
    Rarity: Rare
     
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2003
  9. liminy0

    liminy0 New Member

    Scizor
    Stage 1 (G) (bug type)
    Evolve From Scyther
    70HP
    Quick Attack (C)(C) 20+
    Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 damage plus 20 more damage.

    Ninja Slash (G)(G)(C) 30+
    Flip 3 coins. If exactly 3 are heads, this attack does 30 damage plus 70 more damage and prevent all effects of attack, including damage, done to Scizor during your opponent's next turn. If exactly 2 are heads, this attack does 30 damage plus 30 more damage and the defending is now paralyzed. If exactly 1 is head, this attack does 30 damge plus 10 more damage. If all of these are tails, the defending pokemon is now confused.

    Weakness: (R)
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: (C)

    Rare
    [a Scizor standing in the tall grass, the pair of scizors cross in front of its crest]

    Scizor
    Stage 1 Metal
    Evolve From Scyther
    80HP
    Poke-Body: Pure Metal: As long as there is Metal energy attached to Scizor, Scizor can't be Paralyzed, Poisoned or Asleep.

    Sciz Clamp (M) (C) 20
    Flip a coin. If heads, the defending pokemon is now paralyzed. If tails, the defending pokemon can't retreat during your opponent's next turn.

    Super False Swipe: (M) (M) (C)
    Flip two coins. If both are heads, the defending pokemon is now Knoked Out. If exactly 1 is head, choose 1 of your opponent's pokemon and put 2 damage counts on it.

    Weakness: (R)
    Resistance:
    Retreat: (C)(C)

    Rare Holo
    [a Scizor using Metal Claw crashed on a big piece of rock, and the rock is collapsing.]

    :) :)
     
    Last edited: Oct 31, 2003
  10. bullados

    bullados <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/showthread.php?

    Swampert
    Water type
    110 HP
    Weakness: Grass
    Resistance: Lightning [-30]
    Retreat: [CC]
    Rarity: Rare-Holo
    Attacks:
    [WC] Surf 30
    [WWWW] Hydro Pump 10+
    Flip a number of coins equal to the number of [W] energy cards attached to Swampert (Rainbow Energy and Multi Energy do not count as [W] energy cards). This attack does 10 damage plus 30 damage for each heads. If all flips are tails, then you may choose one of your opponent's bench Pokemon and do 10 damage to that Pokemon.

    Picture:
    Swampert, in a lagoon, swimming "out" and to the right. A number of Mudkip follow. Tree roots and seaweed can be seen through the water. Several trees are above the water, and one of the Mudkip is shooting water into the air. The trees take up the entire background. (think of the Tsunami Feraligatr background)

    Swampert
    120 HP
    Fighting type
    Weakness: Grass
    Resistance: Lightning -30
    Retreat: [CCC]
    Rare-Holo
    Attacks:
    [F] Dig
    Choose one of your opponent's benched Pokemon. This attack does 20 damage to that Pokemon.
    [FFFF] Smash 'em Up 20+
    This attack does 20 damage plus 10 damage for each damage counter on all Pokemon in play (yours and your opponent's).

    Picture: Swampert, rolling in the mud on the side of a lagoon, a large boulder in one hand, the other hand balled in a fist. Several other Pokemon (it's not important which ones) are looking on from a great distance. Swampert has an "evil" smile on his face, almost like the thought of smashing up the boulder is going to somehow make him feel better.
     
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2003
  11. Squirtle007

    Squirtle007 New Member

    Hey Dkates!

    Magcargo
    70HP (F) Stage 1

    (C)(C) Tackle: 30

    (F)(F)(C)(C) Ground Slam:40:This attack does 10 damage to all Pokemon in play except (R) and (F) Pokemon.

    Weakness-(W)
    Resistance-
    Retreat Cost-(C)(C)(C)
    Rarity-Rare

    Picture- An enraged Magcargo facing towards the front. The Ground underneath it is shaking in a ripple form. Magcargo looks brown in this picture.


    Magcargo
    90HP (R) Stage 1

    Poke-body: Fire Allergy: Each time you attach a (R) energy to Magcargo, place a damage counter on Magcargo.

    (R)(R)(C) Flaming Rage:30+: Discard a (R) energy from Magcargo, or this attack does nothing. This attack does 30 damage, plus 10 more damage for each damage counter on Magcargo. Magcargo is now burned.

    Weakness-(W)
    Resistance-
    Retreat Cost-(C)(C)(C)
    Rarity-Holo Rare

    Picture-Flames (holo) rushing around Magcargo. Magcargo looks deep red in this picture.
     
    Last edited: Nov 20, 2003
  12. Golden Suikun

    Golden Suikun New Member

    Gyarados (W) 90 HP (Water)
    Stage 1 - Evolves from Magikarp

    Picture: It is nighttime, and Gyarados angrily emerges from an dark blue ocean. There is a small costal village in the background, but Gyarados isn't facing it. Gyarados looks very disturbed and angry, ready to get revenge on whom or what woke it up....

    PokéPower: Raging Serpent
    Once during your turn (before you attack), you may flip a coin. If heads, discard an Energy card from one of your opponent's Pokémon. This power cannot be used when Gyarados has a Special Condition.

    (W)(W)(W)(W) Revenge 50+
    If one of the Defending Pokémon attacked Gyarados during the previous turn, flip a coin for each (W) Energy attached to Gyarados. This attack does 50 damage plus 20 more damage for each heads to that Pokémon.

    Weakness - (L)
    Resistance - (F) -30
    Retreat Cost - (C)(C)(C)

    Rarity: Rare (Holofoil)

    Gyarados (C) 100 HP (Flying)
    Stage 1 - Evolves from Magikarp

    Picture: Gyarados, rendered as a 3-D image, is in a medium-sized pond. It is a nice, sunny day.

    (C)(C) Frustration 20+
    Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 damage plus 10 more damage for each heads.

    (C)(C)(C) Tidal Wave 10x
    This attack does 10 damage times the total number of Energy in your discard pile.

    Weakness: (L)
    Resistance: (F) -30
    Retreat: (C)(C)

    Rarity - Rare (Holofoil)
     
    Last edited: Nov 2, 2003
  13. GuardianTIM

    GuardianTIM New Member

    Celebi
    50hp
    Grass type
    Basic Pokemon
    (Holo-Rare)

    Weakness: :fire:
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: none

    (Picture is of Celebi (background) battling a Tyranitar (foreground) in a trainer battle. Celebi is singing, shown by the musical notes in the air, while the Tyranitar is in full bloom, with leaves and flowers all over it's back.)

    Poké-POWER: Perish Song:-
    At any time during your turn (before you attack), if there are any Perish counters on Celebi, put another Perish counter on Celebi.
    If there are no Perish counters on Celebi, and Celebi is not affected by any Special Conditions, you may put a Perish counter on Celebi and end your turn (you may not attack).
    When there are 3 Perish counters on Celebi, all active pokemon (both yours and your opponents) are knocked out. Then remove all Perish counters from Celebi.

    Leech Seed: (G) 10
    If there are any damage counters on Celebi, move one of them from Celebi onto the Defending Pokémon.

    ************************************************

    Celebi
    50hp
    Psychic type
    Basic Pokemon

    Weakness: :psychic:
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: :colorless
    (Promo)

    (Picture is of Celebi sitting in a tree, holding a piece of fruit. There is a Scyther at the bottom of the tree, which is being blown back by a shockwave that is coming from Celebi.)

    Poké-POWER: Memories of Sammy
    Once during your turn, you may search your deck for a card with Professor Oak in it's name and put it into your hand. This power cannot be used if Celebi is affected by any Special Conditions.

    Psyblast: (P)(P)(C) 30
    If the defending pokemon has not been knocked out by this attack, flip a coin. If heads, your opponent returns the defending pokemon and any basic energy cards attached to that pokemon to their hand. (If heads, you do not draw any prizes.)

    ************************************************

    As you've probably guessed, I had a bit of trouble finding something new for Celebi, without making it too different from the stereotype Celebi, but since Skarmory was already being done by someone else, and Girafarig was going to be too difficult to do without using Agility (again!), I decided to stick with the Celebi.
    With the Grass version, I wanted to experiment with some of the more complex attacks that it can learn, ie- Perish Song and Leech Seed, but decided Perish Song would work better as a PokéPower instead of an attack, so I tried to use the NeoGenesis Elekid's PlayfulPunch as a template.
    The Psychic Celebi is more based upon the Celebi from the 4th Pokémon Movie, with Psyblast based upon the attack that Celebi uses against Ash after Ash climbs up a grassy mound to see why Celebi seems unwell.

    Of course, I can't ask for suggestions and comments, as this is a competition after all, but after the results have been announced, I would like to find out what people thought of these two Celebi's.

    Best of luck to each of you in this contest!

    {Edit:- I've removed TimeTravel and FutureSight from the Celebi's cutting it back to one power and one attack each. Thanks, dkates. It was just lucky that I happened to get online today, or I'd not have seen your message.}
     
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2003
  14. Epyon

    Epyon New Member

    Lanturn 80hp(Electric Type)
    (Picture of Lanturn in water with a little spark coming from his antenna)
    Evolves from Chinchou

    Poke Body- Electric Shock
    If Lanturn is your active pokemon and the defending pokemon
    attacks, put 1 damage counter on the defending pokemon.


    Electro Bolt- ( :lightning , :lightning , :colorless ) 60
    Flip a coin, if heads the defending pokemon is now paralyzed.

    Weakness- :fighting:
    Resistance- M
    Retreat- ( :colorless , :colorless )


    Lanturn 80hp(Water Type)
    (Picture of Lanturn jumping out of the water with a chinchou in the background)
    Evolves from Chinchou

    Hypno splash- (W, :colorless ) 20
    The defending pokemon is now asleep

    Hydro Blast- (W, :colorless , :colorless ) 40
    Does 40 damage plus 10 more damage for each water energy you
    have attached to Lanturn but not used to pay for this attack.
    You can't add more than 20 damage in this way.

    Weakness- E
    Resistance-
    Retreat- (C,C)
     
    Last edited: Nov 3, 2003
  15. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Just an announcement. The contest still closes on the 16th, but instead of judging during the entry period, i'll be judging over the week following. Final standings will be posted no later than November 23rd.
    Also, SwampertEX, you have officially missed your chance to fix your entry. Next time, read the top post more carefully, please.
     
    Last edited: Nov 4, 2003
  16. PokemonGeek

    PokemonGeek New Member

    Girafarig
    90 HP
    Basic (P) Pokemon
    (P)(P)(P) Future Sight 40
    If Girafarig takes damage during your opponent's next turn, this attack's base power doubles.
    (P)(P)(P)(P) Psybeam 50
    Flip a coin. If heads, the defending Pokemon is now Confused.
    Weakness: (D)
    Resistance: (P)
    Retreat: (C)(C)
    Rarity: Holo
    Picture: Holo picture of a Girafarig eating berries from a bush in the forrest.

    Girafarig
    Basic (C) Pokemon
    50 HP
    Poke-Power: Tail Strike- Once before your turn, flip a coin. If heads, put one damage counter on the defending Pokemon. This Poke-Power stops working if Girafarig is affected by a special condition.
    (C) Stomp 20
    Weakness:
    Resistance: (P)
    Retreat:
    Rarity: Common
    Picture: Girafarig is in a forrest next to three Pichu, a Caterpie, one Weedle, a Wurmple, and a Pidgey.
     
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2003
  17. dkates

    dkates New Member

    I have been looking at the entries so far, and I must say, I'm impressed! Lots of very well-made cards. There's still a week and a half left, so keep the entries coming!
     
  18. EsPeOnEX

    EsPeOnEX New Member

    sneasel
    Basic
    (D)
    Weakness(F)
    Resistance(P)-30
    Retreat cost (*)

    Dark Gaze
    (D) Flip a coin; if heads the defending pokemon is now paralyzed.
    Shadow Swipe

    (D)(*)30+ Flip 4 coins; if exactly one is heads this attack does 30 plus 10 more damage, if exactly two are heads this attack does 30 plus 20 more damage and the defending pokemon cant retreat until the end of your opponents next turn,if exactly threee are heads this attack does 30 plus 30 and the defending pokemon is now paralyzed, if exactly four is heads this attack does 30 plus 40 and the defending pokemon is now paralyzed and cannot retreat until the end of your opponents next turn.

    (Picture) A sneasel is standing on a beach and the sun has just set the sky is a reddish color and the sea has a wailord popping out of the water. The sneasel has its back turned and its head is turned toward us. On the beach there are the sneasels footprints and in the distance you can see a Ho-oh flying by with flames flowing behind it.

    Sneasel
    Basic
    (W)
    weakness(E)
    Resistance(P)
    Retreat cost(*)

    Ice Punch 20
    (W) Flip a coin; If heads the defending pokemon is now paralyzed.

    Dark Blizzard 40
    (D)(W)(W) Flip a coin; if heads this attack does 10 damage to each of your opponents benched pokemon. If tails this attack does 10 damage to each of your bench pokemon. (Dont apply weakness or resistance to benched pokemon)

    (Picture) A Sneasel standing on top of a mountain top looking down at us. The ice has covored its body but his eyes glow red and in the distance a vague image of a articuno. Its fists are glowing a dark blue in which it looks like a very powerful ice punch attack. the sky is dark and omonious and from the clouds are tiny snow flakes.

    ~Troy~
     
  19. Eevee234

    Eevee234 New Member

    Ninjask-50HP
    Stage1 Type(G)
    (G)(G)Extremespeed-20
    Flip a coin if heads, prevent all damage done to Ninjask in the next turn.

    Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost
    (F) (Fig) None
    Picture: Ninjask in a forest with several Nincada and Shedinja.

    Ninjask-50HP
    Stage1 Type*
    Poke-power
    Pure Speed
    Flip a coin if heads, choose a pokemon from your opponent's bench, and do 10 damage to that pokemon. ( Don't apply Weakness and Resistance, and if your opponent doesn't have any pokemon in his/her bench this Poke-Power doesn't work).
    (G)(G)* Fury Cutter-20+
    Flip a coin if heads, this attack does 20 plus 20 more damage, if tails this damage does 20 plus 10 damage.

    Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost
    (E) (Fig) (*)
    Picture: Ninjask is protecting a herd of bug pokemon using Fury Cutter on a Zigzagoon, in a forest.
     
  20. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    Both are rare.
    Murkrow
    Basic Pokemon
    50 HP
    Colorless Type
    Weakness :lightning
    Resistance :fighting:
    Retreat Cost (none)
    Picture:
    Murkrow is diving from the air straight through a Hydro Blast from
    a Blastoise. Murcrow's eyes are closed, his face messed up, and his wings flared back.


    Attack 1: Fly to Safty (C)
    Remove 3 damage counters from Murkrow. You may choose to remove additional damage counters from Murkrow.If you do, discard Energy cards attached to Murkrow equal to the number of
    additional damage counters that you wish to remove.

    Attack 2: Dangerous Flight (CCC)
    Choose one of your opponent's pokemon. Place anywhere from 1 to 5 damage counters on that pokemon. Then put an equal number of damage counters on Murkrow.





    Murkrow
    Basic Pokemon
    60 HP
    Darkness Type
    Weakness :fighting:
    Resistance :psychic:
    Retreat Cost ( :colorless )
    Picture:
    Murkrow is standing on a cliff with his beak open and his wings outstreched.The cliff has a dark type symbol carvved into it. The background is stormy. A bolt of lightning strikes from a dark cloud faintly shaped like Murcrow's head

    Pokemon Power: Assembly in Shadows
    Whenever you attatch a Darkness Energy card to Murkrow, count the number of pokemon you have in play(not including Murkrow). Take that many cards from your discard pile and attach one face down to each of your other pokemon. These cards provde Darkness Energy, but not the energy's effects. This Power stops working if Murkrow is affected by a special condition.

    Attack 1: Dark Force (DCC)
    Discard 1 Darkness energy from play(yours or your opponent's)in order to use this attack. Count the number of total HP on the defending pokemon and divide it by 2(rounded up to the nearest 10) Place that much damage onto your opponent's pokemon in any way you choose.
     
    Last edited: Dec 8, 2003

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