Message of the Sea: An all Ex set

Discussion in 'Create-A-Card' started by treecko_332, Dec 8, 2003.

  1. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Well since I know everyone likes Ex pokemon. I thought it would be kind of cool to have a set where every pokemon card is an Ex pokemon and all trainers/energy have something to do with Ex pokemon.

    Here is the 100 card set

    Wait, first, since all the pokemon are Ex the rarity remains the same. (Yay! I got a pack with all Ex's.) And, all cards are holo(like Ex's)


    Pokemon

    Holo-Rare

    Ampharos Ex (Done)
    Articuno Ex (W)
    Celebi Ex (G) (Done)
    Charizard Ex
    Donphan Ex (Done)
    Eevee Ex (Done)
    Feraligatr Ex (Done)
    Flygon Ex (F)
    Ho-oh Ex (R)
    Jirachi Ex (M) (Done)
    Lapras Ex (Done)
    Lugia Ex (C)
    Meganium Ex (Done)
    Metagross Ex (M)
    Mew Ex (Done)
    Mewtwo Ex (Done)
    Moltres Ex (R)
    Sceptile Ex
    Stellix Ex (M) (Done)
    Swampert Ex (W) (Done)
    Tropius Ex (G)
    Tyrantar Ex ( D)
    Unown Ex (Any letter you choose) (Done)
    Venosaur Ex
    Zapdos Ex (L)

    Rare

    Alakazam Ex
    Bayleaf Ex (Done)
    Clefa Ex (Done)
    Clefable Ex (Done)
    Clefary Ex (Done)
    Espeon Ex (Done)
    Flaffy Ex (Done)
    Flareon Ex (Done)
    Herracross Ex (G) (Done)
    Hypno Ex (Done)
    Jolteon Ex (Done)
    Pidgeot Ex
    Pupitar Ex
    Regice Ex
    Regirock Ex
    Registeel Ex
    Riachu Ex (Done)
    Snorlax Ex (Done)
    Starmie Ex (W) (Done)
    Umbreon Ex (Done)
    Vaporeon Ex (Done)
    Venomaoth Ex (G) (Done)
    Vibrava Ex (F)

    Uncommon

    Camerupt Ex (R)
    Charmeleon Ex
    Chikorita Ex (Done)
    Crocanaw Ex (Done)
    Enti Ex
    Grovyle Ex
    Ivysaur Ex
    Kadabra Ex
    Larvitar Ex
    Linoone Ex
    Onix Ex (Done)
    Pichu Ex (Done)
    Pidgeoto Ex
    Marshtomp Ex (W) (Done)
    Metang Ex (M)
    Mightyena Ex
    Riakou Ex
    Suicune Ex
    Torokoal Ex (Done)
    Trapinch Ex
    Treecko Ex

    Common

    Abra Ex
    Beldum Ex (M)
    Bulbasaur Ex
    Charmander Ex
    Corsola Ex (W)
    Drowzee Ex (Done)
    Mareep Ex (Done)
    Milktank Ex
    Mudkip Ex (W) (Done)
    Numel Ex (R)
    Pidgey Ex
    Pikachu Ex (Done)
    Phanphy Ex (Done)
    Poocheyna Ex
    Staryu Ex (W) (Done)
    Totodile Ex (Done)
    Venonat Ex (G) (Done)
    Zigzagoon Ex


    Trainers

    Rare

    EXtra Boost (Supporter)
    EXtra Gym (Stadium)
    EXtreme Forset (Stadium) (Done)
    EXtreme Ocean (Stadium) (Done)
    EXtreme Volcano (Stadium) (Done)

    Uncommon

    EXtra Berry (Pokemon Tool)
    EXtra Focus
    EXreme Breakthrough (Supporter)

    Common

    EXtra Big Gym (Stadium) (Done)
    EXtra Bill (Supporter)
    EXtra Help (Done)
    EXtra Hope (Done)
    EXtra Small Gym (Stadium) (Done)
    EXtra Thoughts (Supporter)


    Energy

    Rare

    EXtra Rainbow Clouds
    EXtreme Rainbow

    Uncommon

    EXtra Rain Clouds

    Common

    EXtra Flames (Done)
    EXtra Grasses (Done)
    EXtra Waves (Done)

    Have Fun,

    Treecko
     
    Last edited: Dec 27, 2003
  2. GuardianTIM

    GuardianTIM New Member

    EXtra Small Gym (Stadium Card)
    (Picture is of a young female trainer returning her Beautifly back to it's Pokéball, while wiping a tear from her eye.)

    Once during your turn (before you attack), if your opponent has 3 or more Pokémon on the bench, you may flip a coin.
    If heads, choose one of your opponents Pokemon, and your opponent must shuffle that Pokémon and all cards attached to it into their deck.
    If tails, shuffle a card from your hand into your deck.
    (You cannot flip to use these effects if your opponent has 2 or less Pokémon on their bench, or if you have no cards remaining in your hand.)
    Either way, your opponent may use this effect once during each of their turns.
     
  3. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Jirachi ex (M) 90HP

    Poke-Power (Wishing Star)
    When you play Jirachi ex from your hand, you may search your deck for any five card and put it in your hand. Shuffle your deck afterward.

    (M) Shockblast 20

    (M)(P)(P) Long Deep Sleep 80
    Jirachi does 80 damage to itself.

    Weakness (R)
    Resistance (G)
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Mew ex (P) 90HP

    Poke-Power (Mind Recharge)
    Once during your turn, you may either make Mew's attack does 20 more damage or any damage done to Mew ex during your opponent's next turn is reduced by 20. This Power stops working if Mew ex is affected by any Special Conditions.

    (P)(P)(P)(P) Psychic Power Plus 100
    Flip two coins. If both of them is heads, the defending Pokemon is now paralyzed.

    Weakness (P)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Celebi ex (G) 70HP

    Poke-Body (Extreme Growth)
    During each player's turn, Celebi ex got +10HP.

    (G)(P)(C) Psychic Aromatheraphy 60
    Remove all special conditions affecting all of your active Pokemon.

    (G)(G)(P)(P) Forcing Growth 60
    Remove two damage conter on all of your benched Pokemon.
     
  4. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    Unown EX
    (P) 90 HP
    Pokebody: Hieroglyphic Shape
    When you play Unown EX, choose a letter of the alphabet. Unown EX is now treated as if it had that letter of the alphabet in it's name.
    Pokepower: Hieroglyphic Search
    Once during your turn, search your deck for a card that starts with the letter of Unown EX. Put it in your hand, then shuffle your deck.
    (P,P) Hidden Power
    Does 10 damage times the amount of turns Unown EX has been your active pokemon.
    Weak (P)
    Resist (no)
    Retreat (*)
     
    Last edited: Dec 9, 2003
  5. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Theese are cards I used for Storm set, normaly I wouldn't want you to "reincarnate" a card, but, since I could only use one of them for the set, and the cards are a cycle I had to put all of them.

    Chikorita EX Basic Grass Pokemon 80 HP

    Poke Power Homage Once durring your turn, before you attack, you may return your active pokemon and all cards attacks to it as long as it is a chikorita, bayleaf, or maganium.

    (G) Razor Leaf 20

    (G) (C) Bay Side Search your deck for a card with bayleaf in its name and put it on chikorita Ex. This counts as evolving chikorita Ex

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



    Bayleaf EX Stage one Grass Pokemon 110 HP

    (G) Poison Whip The defending pokemon is now poisoned. 10

    (G) (G) Poison Payback Each defending pokemon is now poisoned. 20

    (G) (G) (C) Mega Forest Search your deck for a card with meganium in its name and put it on bayleaf Ex. This counts as evolving bayleaf Ex.

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



    Meganium EX Stage two Grass Pokemon 160 HP

    Poke Body Huge Forest You may have any amount of Chikorita, Bayleaf and/or Meganium cards in your deck. when Meganium Ex comes into play remove cards from your deck equall to the amount of cards you want to add. Take those cards out and the ones you want yo add in (if you have them with you).

    (G) (G) Chikorita Forest This attack does 30 damage time the number of cards with chikorita in its name 30x

    (G) (G) (G) (C) (C) Wildlife Preserve This attacks does 40 damage times the number of cards with chikorita, bayleaf or meganium in its name 40x

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


    Also, I know that some cards already have Ex's of them, but I had to include them. Also, plaese put in the weahness, retreat and resistance to your card pengiun master or I can't include it in the set(I love the card though, very creative)

    Have Fun Creating More Cards,

    Treecko
     
  6. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Good pengiun master. also some new cards: Mareep, Flaffy and Amphy!

    Mareep Ex Basic Eletric Pokemon 70 HP

    Poke Power: Static Charge Once during your turn, before you attack, you may make Mareep Ex's Spark attack do 30 more damage. If you do, if the defending pokemon damaged by that attack deals damage to mareep Ex durring that players next turn that pokemon deals 10 more damage.

    (C) Shock Flip a coin. If heads the defending pokemon is now paralyzed. 10

    (C) (L) Spark Don't apply weakness for this attack. 40

    Weakness: (F)
    Resistance: None
    Retreat: (C)



    Flaffy Ex Stage One Electric Pokemon 100 HP

    Poke Body: Wool Coat Flaffy Ex can't be poisoned or paralyzed.

    (L) (L) Quick Tail The defending pokemon and flaffy Ex are now paralyzed. 40

    Weakness: (F)
    Resistance: None
    Retreat: (C)



    Ampharos Ex Stage Two Electric Pokemon 150 HP

    Poke Body: Becon Whenever your other defending pokemon becomes affected by a special condition, ignore that condition.

    (C) (L) (L) Rapid Swing This attack does 30 damage to each defending pokemon.

    (L) (L) (L) (L) Ball of Lightning Each defending pokemon is now confused. Flip a coin. If heads each defending pokemon is now paralyzed. If tails this attack does 10 damage to each of your opponents benched pokemon. 50

    Weakness: (F)
    Resistance: None
    Retreat: (C)

    Well, a new take on Amphy. Hope you all like it.

    Treecko
     
  7. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Venonat ex (G) 60HP

    Poke-Body (Nocturnal)
    Venonat ex can't be asleep.

    (G)(C) Poison Flutter 20x
    Flip three coins. This attack does 20 damage times the number of heads. If you get at least two heads, the defending Pokemon is now poisoned.

    Weakness (R)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Venomoth ex (G) 110HP

    Poke-Body (Toxic Scales)
    If the defending Pokemon attacks any of your Pokemon, the defending Pokemon is now poisoned. Instead of putting one damage counter on the defending Pokemon , put two damage counters between turns.

    (G)(G) Shadow Scales
    Flip a coin. If heads, choose any of your opponent's baby Pokemon. Knock out the baby Pokemon.

    (G)(C)(C)(C) Poison Reaction 70+
    If the defending Pokemon is poisoned, this attack does 70 damage plus 30 more damage. If the defending Pokemon isn't poisoned, this attck does 70 damage and the defending Pokemon is now poisoned. Instead of putting one damage counter on the defending Pokemon , put two damage counters between turns.

    Weakness (R)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost
     
  8. liminy0

    liminy0 New Member

    Staryu EX
    (W) Basic
    60HP

    Poke-Body: Water Cure: As long as there is a (W) energy Card attached to Staryu Ex, Staryu Ex can't be affected by a special condition.
    Point Slap (W) 40
    Choose one of your opponent's Pokemon. Flip a coin, if tails, this attack does nothing. This attack does not apply resistance to Active Pokemon. (this attach does not apply weakness and resistance to benched Pokemon.)
    W: (E)
    R:
    Retreat: (C)

    Starmie Ex 100HP
    (W) Stage 1 Evolves from Staryu or Staryu Ex.

    Water Pistol (W)
    Choose one of your opponent's Pokemon. Count the number of energy attached to Starmie Ex, then put that many damage counts on that Pokemon.

    H2O Blast (W)(C)(C) 50+
    This attack does 50 damage plus 20 more damage from each (W) Energy Card attached to Starmie Ex but not used to pay this attack's cost. You can't add more than 40 damage this way. This attack does not apply resistance, Poke-Body, Poke-Power or any other effects on the defending Pokemon.
    W: (G) (E)
    R:
    Retreat: (C)(C)
     
  9. GuardianTIM

    GuardianTIM New Member

    EXtra Flames
    (Special Energy Card) - Provides :fire: :fire:
    When you play EXtra Flames from your hand, you may discard a Basic Energy card from your hand. If you choose not to discard a Basic Energy card, discard this card at the end of your turn.

    EXtra Grasses
    (Special Energy Card) - Provides :grass: :grass:
    When you play EXtra Grasses from your hand, you may discard a Basic Energy card from your hand. If you choose not to discard a Basic Energy card, discard this card at the end of your turn.

    EXtra Waves
    (Special Energy Card) - Provides (W)(W)
    When you play EXtra Waves from your hand, you may discard a Basic Energy card from your hand. If you choose not to discard a Basic Energy card, discard this card at the end of your turn.
     
  10. GuardianTIM

    GuardianTIM New Member

    EXtra Big Gym
    (Stadium Card)

    (Picture is of a Pikachu and an overwhelmingly large Tyranitar battling in a wide, open field. Tyranitar is using Roar, and Pikachu is running away, but has a long distance to reach before it gets close enough to it's Trainer to return Pikachu to it's Pokéball.)

    (This card stays in play when you play it. Discard this card if another Stadium card comes into play.)

    Each Pokémon in play that either has No base Retreat Cost or has a base Retreat Cost of :colorless now has a retreat cost of :colorless :colorless .
    Each Pokémon in play that has a base Retreat Cost of :colorless :colorless :colorless has an additional 20hp.
    Each Pokémon in play that has a base Retreat Cost of :colorless :colorless :colorless :colorless or more, now has an additional 30hp.


    [Edit:- Yes, there are cards with a retreat cost of 4. The ~Skyridge set~ Steelix is one of them.]
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2003
  11. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    EXtreme Forest (Stadium)
    Whenever a grass pokemon uses an attack and it does less than 50 damage the defending pokemon is now poisoned.

    Extreme Ocean (Stadium)
    Whenever a water pokemon uses an attack and it does 50 or less damage remove two damage counters from that pokemon. (One is there only is one)

    EXtreme Volcano (Stadium)
    Whenever a fire pokemon uses an attack and it does 50 or less damage the defending pokemon is now burned.
     
  12. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Onix ex (F) 80HP

    (F)(F)(C) Trigger Earthquake 30
    If any of your opponent's Pokemon retreats during your opponent's next turn, put one damage counter on all of your opponent's Pokemon.

    Weakness (W)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)(*)

    Steelix ex (M) 150HP

    Poke-Body (Shiny Metal)
    When you play Steelix ex from your hand to evolve your active Pokemon, discard all energy cards attached to your opponent's active Pokemon.

    (M)(C) Iron Barrage 20x
    Flip three coins. This attck does 30 damage times the number of heads you got. If you got at least two heads, Steelix ex can't attack during your next turn (Benching Steelix ex ends this effect).

    (M)(M)(M)(C) Hyper Molecular Bondage 80
    Until the end of your opponent's next turn, prevent all effects of attack, except damage, done to Steelix ex. You can't use this attack during your next turn.

    Weakness (R)
    Resistance (G)
    Retreat Cost (*)(*)(*)
     
  13. GuardianTIM

    GuardianTIM New Member

    PhanpyEX
    :fighting: -type Pokémon - 70hp

    Defense Curl (C)
    Flip a coin. During your opponents next turn, reduce any damage done to PhanpyEX by 20 (before applying weakness and resistance). If heads, put a Rollout Counter on PhanpyEX.
    (If PhanpyEX is returned to the bench, remove all Rollout Counters from PhanpyEX.)

    Fury Attack (F)(C) 10+
    This attack does 10 damage plus 10 more damage for each damage counter on PhanpyEX

    Weakness:- :grass:
    Resistance:- :lightning
    RetreatCost:- (none)

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    DonphanEX
    :fighting: -type Pokémon - 150hp

    Frustration (F)(C) 30
    If there are any damage counters on DonphanEX, flip a coin. If heads, this attack does an additional 20 damage to the defending Pokémon. If tails, put a Rollout Counter on DonphanEX, then discard any Pokémon Tools attached to DonphanEX.

    Rollout (F)(F)(C)
    Flip a coin for each Rollout Counter on DonphanEX (if any). This attack does 40 damage for each heads.
    (If there are no Rollout Counters on DonphanEX, this attack does nothing.)
    If at least one flip is heads, put an additional Rollout Counter on DonphanEX.
    If at least 3 flips are tails, or if all the flips are tails, remove all Rollout Counters from DonphanEX at the end of this turn.
    (If DonphanEX is ever returned to the bench, remove all Rollout Counters from DonphanEX.)

    Weakness:- :grass:
    Resistance:- :lightning
    Retreat Cost:- :colorless :colorless

    -----
    (Edited Rollout so that it wasn't going to be completely overwhelming once you got a few Rollout Counters on DonphanEX. Just to make it more balanced :p )
     
    Last edited: Dec 16, 2003
  14. surfingpika

    surfingpika New Member

    LaprasEx
    150 HP
    Basic pokemon
    (w) type

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

    Pokebody:shell armor If you attach a (m) energy to LaprasEx, you may use the metal energy effect on LaprasEx even though LaprasEx is not a (m) type. Lapras cannot become a (m) type due to this Pokebody.

    (w)(w) Triple Bubble 10x Flip 3 coins. This attack does 10 damage times the number of the heads. Then, if any of the coins are heads and damage was done, the defending pokemon is now paralized. If all of the coins are tails, Ko LaprasEx.

    (w)(w)(e)(e) Electropulse 100 Flip a coin, if heads, treat this attack as both an (e) type and a (w) type attack. If tails, this attack does no damage and the defending pokemon is now paralized, and discard 1 energy from the defending pokemon.

    Note:(f) weakness derived from the fighting type weakness of ice in the GB games.
     
    Last edited: Dec 16, 2003
  15. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Clefa ex (C) 60HP

    Poke-Power (Charming Pressure)
    The defending Pokemon can't use the same attack two times in a row. This Power stops working if Clefa ex is affected by any special conditions.

    (C)(C) Fluff Tackle 50-
    This attack does 50 damage minus the number of damage counter on the defending Pokemon

    Weakness
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost

    Clefairy ex (C) 90HP

    (C) Soothing Wave
    Remove one damage counter from each Pokemon in play.

    (C)(C)(C) Extra Pound 40+
    This attck does 40 damage plus 10 more damage for each energy card attached to the defending Pokemon.

    Weakness (F)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Clefable ex (C) 140HP

    Poke-Power (Moonlight Collecting)
    All of your Pokemon retreat cost is reduced by (*). This Power stops working if Clefable ex is affected by any special conditions.

    (C) Mega Metronome
    Choose one attack of any of Pokemon in play. Mega Metronome copies that attack except for it's energy cost and anything else to do, such as discarding energy cards.

    Weakness (F)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)
     
  16. EsPeOnEX

    EsPeOnEX New Member

    Espeon EX
    110 Hp
    (P)
    Weakness (P)
    Resistance n/a
    Retreat cost

    Pokemon Power:
    Psychic buildup
    Once during your turn, if there are any (P) energy cards in your discard pile choose one of them and attach it to Espeon EX.(this power does not work if Epeon EX is affected by a special condition.)

    Psywave 30
    (P)(P)
    Discard two energy cards attached to Espeon EX.

    Psychic Burst 80
    (P)(P)(P)
    Espeon EX does 20 damage to itself and you must discard all energys cards attached to Espeon EX.
    (this attack is not affected by weakness or resistance)

    Picture: An Espeon with its head down and its eyes glow a bright green. Its feet spaced apart and the surrounding area is glowing from the espeons energy. The background is all black.

    How perfect an Espeon Ex and if this were real i would have died. OOOO i love espeon!!!
    hope you like it. it might be a little to broken.
     
    Last edited: Dec 18, 2003
  17. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Not too broken Espeon Ex, just change it from return 2 energy to return 1 energy.

    Umbreon Ex (D) 110 Hp

    Poke Power: Flaming Nights Once during your turn, before you attack you may make any amount of fire energy attached to Umbreon Ex dark energy. For each Energy changed from {R} to {D} in this way, if Umbreon EX is a {D} Pokémon and does damage by an attack during your turn, that attack's damage is increased by 10 (after Weakness and Resistance).

    (D) Tackle 30

    (R) (R) (D) (D) Flaming Tail The defending pokemon is now burned 60
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2003
  18. EsPeOnEX

    EsPeOnEX New Member

    Kool i also forgot to put it once per turn haha. umm i think i will do this one...

    Eevee EX
    80 HP
    (*)
    Weakness(F)
    Resistance(P)
    Retreat Cost(*)

    Pokemon Power
    Mass Evolution: once during your turn count the number of pokemon with Eevee in there name and search your deck for a pokemon that evolves from each. (this power cannot be used if Eevee Ex is affected by a special condition)

    Headbutt 50
    (*)(*)
    This attack does 20 damage to Eevee Ex and Eevee EX may not use this attack next turn. unless it is returned to the bench.

    Picture: an Eevee with its ears up and its face is looking right at you but his body is turned away. in the distance there is a vague outline of two flying pokemon (Latios and Latias) with the sun setting and the water glistening from the suns glare. the Eevee is on a rock with markings on it.
     
  19. GuardianTIM

    GuardianTIM New Member

    SnorlaxEX
    :colorless type Pokémon.
    Basic Pokémon - 200hp.

    Sleep Talk (C)
    If SnorlaxEX is Asleep, your opponent chooses three attacks from any number of Pokémon in play (from your and your opponent's Pokémon.) Then, chose one of those attacks. Sleep Talk copies that attack, except for Energy costs or anything else required to use that attack. (If SnorlaxEX is not affected by Sleep, this attack does nothing.)

    Roll Over (C)(C)(C) 50+
    Before doing damage, flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 50 damage plus 20 more damage. If tails, SnorlaxEX does 50 damage to the Defending Pokemon, then remove all Special Conditions from SnorlaxEX, and SnorlaxEX is now Asleep. Either way, you cannot use this attack during your next turn. (Benching SnorlaxEX removes this effect.)

    Weakness - :fighting:
    Resistance - :psychic:
    Retreat Cost - :colorless :colorless :colorless :colorless
     
    Last edited: Dec 19, 2003
  20. Carrington388

    Carrington388 New Member

    Vaporeon EX
    110 HP {W}
    Stage 1 Pokémon (Evolves from Eevee) (Evolves from Eevee EX)

    {C}{C} Tail Slap 20
    {W}{W}{W}{W} Tide Discard all {W} Energy cards attached to Vaporeon EX or this attack does nothing. This attack does 10 damage times the number of cards discarded in this way to each of your opponent's Pokémon. You can't do more than 40 damage to the same Pokémon in this way. Don't apply Weakness and Resistance. If Vaporeon EX or any Pokémon that evolves from Eevee or Eevee EX uses an attack named Tide, Mega Discharge, or Mass Burn during your next turn, that attack does nothing.

    Weakness: {L}
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: {C}{C}

    Jolteon EX
    100 HP {L}
    Stage 1 Pokémon (Evolves from Eevee) (Evolves from Eevee EX)

    {C}{C} Tail Slap 20
    {L}{L}{L}{L} Mega Discharge Discard all {L} Energy cards attached to Jolteon EX or this attack does nothing. This attack does 10 damage times the number of cards discarded in this way to each of your opponent's Pokémon. You can't do more than 40 damage to the same Pokémon in this way. Don't apply Weakness or Resistance. If Jolteon EX or any Pokémon that evolves from Eevee or Eevee EX uses an attack named Tide, Mega Discharge, or Mass Burn during your next turn, that attack does nothing.

    Weakness: {F}
    Resistance: {M}
    Retreat Cost: {C}

    Flareon EX
    100 HP {R}
    Stage 1 Pokémon (Evolves from Eevee) (Evolves from Eevee EX)

    {C}{C} Tail Slap 20
    {R}{R}{R}{R} Mass Burn Discard all {R} Energy cards attached to Jolteon EX or this attack does nothing. This attack does 10 damage times the number of cards discarded in this way to each of your opponent's Pokémon and each Defending Pokémon is now Burned. You can't do more than 40 damage to the same Pokémon in this way. Don't apply Weakness or Resistance. If Flareon EX or any Pokémon that evolves from Eevee or Eevee EX uses an attack named Tide, Mega Discharge, or Mass Burn during your next turn, that attack does nothing.

    Weakness: {W}
    Resistance: none
    Retreat Cost: {C}{C}
     
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2003

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