A TCG database search has been a long requested feature on the 'Gym. Now members can search for the cards they need for their deck strategies, using the new PokeGym TCG Search feature.
Introducing a brand new feature to PokeGym: the TCG Search database which is a new page dedicated to helping players quickly and easily select Pokemon card attributes so they can find the card they need to get the most out of their decks. This article will cover the basics of using the database to search for Pokemon cards with specific characteristics...
The PokeGym Search Database was designed from the ground up to be a very fast and easy way to find the card you're looking for. Simply plug in one or more details about the card and the database will show you the cards that match. Now, this isn't the first tool to be able to do that, but the PokeGym TCG Search database (powered by BebesSearch.com) shows you the results of your search very quickly and makes it really easy to tweak your search without having to start all over. It also makes it simple to quickly view the image of a card to get more detail about it.
Lets say you want to see the new card from Rising Rivals that lets you pull SP Pokemon and Energy out of your discard pile. You don't know the name, but you know the Set (Rising Rivals) and the type of card (Supporter). If you give the Pokedex this info, it will quickly narrow your search to the possible cards that match (see image below). Then just click on the "Magnifying Glass" icon to see the full image of the card.
To clear your search
and start over, click on the word "Clear" which appears after you've started searching.
Example 2: All cards from Rising Rivals that are resistant to Fighting types and have Free Retreat.
Example 3: All Common Basics that can cause the opponent to be Burned.
Example 4: All Pokemon with 150 or more HP. You can also click on the "HP" column header to sort from lowest to highest (and again for highest to lowest).
Sometimes you may want to search for a card based on something other than the beginning of the card's name. Let's say you are looking for the card from Rising Rivals that heals SP Pokemon. You can't remember the exact name of the card, only that it ends with "Warmth", something like "Mary's Warmth". In that case, you can use the wildcard symbol, which is % (the percent symbol). For example, if you type in %Warmth, the search will find "Bertha's Warmth" (see example).
You can also use this method to find all Gym Leader Pokemon by searching for % GL. Note the space between % and GL. Without the space, any card with GL anywhere in the name would be found (such as DiGLet and GLaceon).Where is it?