Storm Set

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  1. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    My new expansion, Pokemon Mystic Storm. Help make some cards. Duplacates are allowed.
    * means someone has already done it.

    000 Shining Ho-Oh
    001 Shining Lugia
    002 Articuno Ex
    003 Zapdos Ex
    004 Moltres Ex
    005 Charizard Ex
    006 Pidgeot Ex *
    007 Umbreon
    008 Swellow
    019 Raichu
    010 Ampharos
    011 Solrock *
    012 Lunatone *
    013 Gligar
    014 Machamp
    015 Rhydon
    016 Shining Typhlosion
    017 Shining Gengar*
    018 Shining Alakazam*
    019 Dewgong Ex
    020 Gyarados*
    021 Altaria*
    022 Houndoom
    023 Camerupt
    024 Magcargo
    025 Pigeotto*
    026 Pigeotto
    027 Pigeotto
    028 Pidgey*
    029 Pidgey
    030 Pidgey
    031 Eevee*
    032 Tailow
    033 Pikachu
    034 Pikachu
    035 Pichu
    036 Flaaffy
    037 Mareep
    038 Machoke
    039 Machop
    040 Machop
    041 Machop
    042 Rhyhorn
    043 Quilava
    044 Quilava
    045 Cyndaquil
    046 Haunter*
    047 Gastly
    048 Gastly
    049 Kadabra*
    050 Kadabra
    051 Abra*
    052 Abra
    053 Seel*
    054 Magikarp*
    055 Magikarp*
    056 Swablu*
    057 Swablu*
    058 Swablu*
    059 Houndour
    060 Houndour
    061 Nuemul
    062 Slugma
    063 Tornado (supporter) *
    064 Lightning Bolt (supporter)*
    065 Tsunami (supporter)*
    066 Wildfire (supporter)*
    067 Psycloud (supporter)*
    068 Landslide (supporter)*
    069 Overgrowth (supporter)*
    070 Dark Moon (supporter)*
    071 Strange Cloud (stadium)*
    072 Eye of the Storm (stadium)*
    073 Barron Wastland (stadium)*
    074 Ice Sphere 1 ( pokemon tool)
    075 Wind sphere 1 (pokemon tool)
    076 Impact*
    077 Freeze
    078 Vanish
    079 Wisdom of Lugia
    080 Beauty of Ho-Oh
    081 Multicoat (pokemon tool)
    082 EX Coat (pokemon tool)
    083 Luster Coat (pokemon tool) *
    084 Rare Blastoise*
    085 Rare Meganium*
    086 Rare Quilfish*
    087 Rare Gengar*
    088 Rare Suicune*
    089 Rare ??????
    090 Rare ??????
    091 Rare ??????


    First Eight Pokemon suggested will fill in the ?'s! Cards Can have dual types, weakness, ect. I'll put some up, just let me switch computers. Have Fun!
     
    Last edited: Dec 31, 2003
  2. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    Shining Alakazam
    (P) type
    Basic
    120 HP
    Poke-Power Power Read
    Shining Alakazam has a copy of all the attacks of all the EX and Shining Pokemon in play, but doesn't copy their energy costs. If Shining Alakazam uses an attack copied, discard an energy attached to it.
    Attack: Damage Randomizer (PL)
    Flip 2 coins. Do 20 damage to the defending pokemon for each heads, and 20 damage to Shining Alakazam for each tails. If you get 2 heads, roll a six sided die. Put an equal number of damage counters on your opponent's pokemon in any way you choose.
    Attack: Power Wave (PPF*)
    Discard 2 energies attached to Shining Alakzam or this attack does nothing, (90)

    Weak: P
    Resist:
    Retreat:**

    Luster Coat (Pokemon Tool)

    The pokemon this card is attached to has no weakness, 20+ HP, It's attacks do 10 more damage (even if the do no base damage), and it Treated as if it had Shining in it's name.
     
    Last edited: Dec 14, 2003
  3. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    No replies? O.K. how about:
    Barron Wastland (stadium)
    No trainer cards may be played, and no players may draw at the beginning of your turn. In order to draw, that player must discard a card from his/her hand.
     
  4. liminy0

    liminy0 New Member

    033 Pikachu 50HP (L) Basic
    (L) Charge
    Search your deck for a (L) energy card and attached to Pikachu.
    (L)(L)(C) Quick Thunder 20+
    Flip a coin, if heads, discard a (L) energy and this attack does 20 damages plus 20 damage. If tails, each defending pokemon is now paralyzed.
    W: (F)
    R: (M)
    Retreat: (C)

    070 Dark Moon
    Supporter
    (You can play only one Supporter Card each turn. When you play this card, put it next to your Active Pokemon. When your turn ends, discard this card.)

    If you have any (D) Pokemon in play, search your deck for a (D) Energy Card and attach it to one of them. Then remove up to 2 Damage Counts from that Pokemon. Shuffle your deck afterwards.

    The image is similar to Holo Discovery Umbreon. Instead, it is a Houndoom Howling to the Moon.
     
  5. Squirtle007

    Squirtle007 New Member

    Tsunami
    Trainer-Supporter

    Until the end of your turn, all energy cards
    attached to your Pokemon count as (W) energies.


    Blastoise EX (for a ???? spot)
    150HP (W) Stage 2(Evolves from Wartortle)

    Pokemon Power: Rain Dance: Once during your turn (before you attack), if Blastoise EX is on your bench, you may attach any number of (W) energies from your hand to your active Pokemon. Your turn is now over.

    (W)(W) Hydrocannon 40+: This attack does 40damage plus 20 more damage for each (W) Energy card
    attached to Blastoise not used to pay for this attack. You cant add more than 40 damage this way.

    Weakness: G/L
    Resistance: /
    Retreat Cost: (*)(*)(*)
     
  6. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Chikorita EX (A ??????? spot) 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 (A ????? spot) 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)


    This would make my favorita pokemon a bit more playable, but Meganium Ex woulkd cause magor rules nightmares.

    Hope I didn't use too many ?????? spots,

    Treecko
     
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2003
  7. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Eye of theStorm (Love the Name)
    Stadium
    All legendary pokemon have +10 Hp and +10 damage to all attacks. (Even if the attack won't do any damage.)(After alling weakness+resistance)
     
  8. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    My favourites:

    Lunatone (P) 100HP

    Poke-Power (Cosmic Call)
    When you play Lunatone from your hand, you may search your deck for a card named Solrock. If you do, put one damage counter on the defending Pokemon. Shuffle your deck afterward.

    (P)(P)(C) Lunar Wave 50

    Weakness (P)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Solrock (P) 100HP

    Poke-Power (Cosmic Call)
    When you play Solrock from your hand, you may search your deck for a card named Lunatone. If you do, put one damage counter on the defending Pokemon. Shuffle your deck afterward.

    (P)(P)(C) Solar Wave 50

    Weakness (P)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)
     
  9. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    "rare" replaces ex and please only use one ?????? space. Treeko pick one.
     
  10. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Pidgey (C) 40HP

    (C) Tiny Gust 20

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost

    Pigeotto (C) 80HP

    Poke-Power (Magical Wind)
    When you play Pigeotto to evolve your active Pokemon, you may flip a coin. If heads, the defnding Pokemon is asleep, burned and poisoned. Either way, Pigeotto can't attack during that turn.

    (C)(C) Razor Wind 30x
    Flip three coins. This attack does 30 damage times the number of heads you get.

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost

    Pidgeot ex (C) 150HP

    Poke-Power (Tornado Maker)
    If Pidgeot is in your bench, you may switch your active Pokemon with Pidgeot. If you do, you may make Pidgeot's Tornado Blast does 20 more damage.

    (C)(C)(C)(C) Tornado Blast 100
    Switch the defending Pokemon with any of your opponent's benched Pokemon. Put one damage counter on the new active Pokemon.

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost
     
  11. treecko_332

    treecko_332 New Member

    Okay, Meganium Ex will be the one. (I'll still leave the others up there because I like them so much :D )
    One question. Since Meganium ex is a ???????? spot does that mean it can't be a ex.

    Thanks,

    Treecko
     
  12. Carrington388

    Carrington388 New Member

    Haunter
    60 HP {G}
    Stage 1 Pokémon (Evolves from Gastly)

    {G}{G} Poison Stare This attack does 10 damage to each Defending Pokémon and each Defending Pokémon is now Poisoned.
    {P}{P} Poison Leech If the Defending Pokémon is Poisoned, this attack does 30 damage plus 20 more damage. 30+

    Weakness: {P}
    Resistance: {F}
    Retreat Cost: {C}
     
  13. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    To fill in ????? spot.

    Qwilfish (W) 80HP

    Poke-Body (Gallon Gulp)
    When you attach a (W) energy card to Qwilfish, remove two damage conters from Qwilfish.

    (W)(W)(W) Tidal Wash 30+
    Flip three coins. If you got exactly one heads, this attck does 30 damage plus 20 more damage. If you got exactly two heads, this attck does 30 damage plus 40 more damage. If you got exactly three heads this attck does 30 damage plus 80 more damage. If you get at least two heads, switch the defending Pokemon with one of your opponent's benched Pokemon.

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (R)
    Retreat Cost (*)
     
  14. liminy0

    liminy0 New Member

    Wild Fire
    Supporter
    Attach up to 2 (R) Energy Cards to one of your (R) type Pokemon from your discard pile. Put one damage count on that pokemon for each Energy Card attach to it this way. You may then shuffle up to 3 (R) Energy cards from your discard pile into your deck.

    Overgrowth
    Supporter
    Discard one (G) Energy from one of your (G) Pokemon in play. Then, Remove up to 5 damage counts and all special conditions from that Pokemon.

    Lighting Bolt
    Supporter
    Shuffle one card from your hand into your deck. Then look at the top 7 cards in your deck. If there is any (L) energy card, your may attach any of them on to any of your Pokemons in any way you like. Shuffle the rest of the cards back into your deck.

    Psycloud
    Supporter
    Remove one damage count from all of your (P) Pokemon. Then you may move any number of damage counts from any one of your pokemon to another as long as you don't knock them out.

    Landslide
    Support
    Search in your deck for a trainer card and put it in your hand. If you do, you may either search a (F) basic pokemon and put it on your bench, or remove up to 2 damages counts from one of your (F) Pokemon. Shuffle your deck afterwards.
     
    Last edited: Mar 3, 2004
  15. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    Eevee (C) 50 HP
    Poke-Body: Super-Reaction
    Whenever Eevee is affected by a special condition, flip a coin each turn. If heads, search your deck for a card that evolves from Eevee and put it on Eevee.
    Mini-Kick (C) 10
     
  16. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Abra (P) 40HP

    (P) Magic Spell 30
    Flip a coin. If tails, discard one (P) energy card attached to any of your Pokemon.

    Weakness (P)
    REsistance
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Kadabra (P) 90HP

    Poke-Power (Bounce Back)
    Once during your turn, you may flip a coin. If heads, you may return any of your Pokemon and all cards attached to it back into your hand. Then, discard one energy card from your hand. This power stops working if Kadabra is affected by any special conditions.

    (P)(P) Psychic Wavelenght 30
    Flip three coins. For each heads, put one damage counter on any fo your opponent's Pokemon.

    Weakness (P)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Alakazam ex (P) 140HP

    Poke-Power (Mind Challenge)
    Once during your turn, you may ask your opponent to a challenge. If your opponent says no, you draw a card. If your opponent says yes, flip a coin. If heads, your opponent flip a coin. Continue until someone got a tails. Put a damage counter on all of the player who gets the tails's Pokemon. This power stops working if Alakazam is affected by any special conditions.

    (P)(P)(C)(C) Psychic Power 60
    For each damage counter on Alakazam ex, put one damage counter on any of your opponent's Pokemon.

    Weakness (P)
    Resistance
    Retreat Cost (*)(*)
     
  17. dkates

    dkates New Member

    Actually, I'll just post what I know.
    • Like Carrington said, Shining Pokemon are always played as Basic Pokemon, regardless of what Stage the card would usually be. (Note: I am told this is different in Japan, where they are played as alternate versions of the normal Pokemon, but there are a number of differences between Japanese rules and American rules, not all of which I am fully aware of.)
    • A player may use only one copy of a particular Shining Pokemon in his/her deck. (Again, different from Japanese rules.)
    • Unless an attack on a Shining Pokemon cards only costs a single Energy, which I think is only true on Shining Tyranitar, the attack's cost always includes two different colors of Energy. No more, no less. And, unless the Pokemon is Colorless, one of those colors is always the same as the card itself.
    • Also relating to Energy costs, the Energy costs of a Shining Pokemon's attacks usually have something to do with the nature of the attack. I know this sounds vague, but basically think of it as meaning that the second type in the cost usually is the color of the type of Pokemon that would be likely to have that attack.
    • As Carrington mentioned, Shining Pokemon are not considered to be Pokemon-ex, so they are limited to 120 HP, one Weakness, one Resistance, and a Retreat Cost of 4.
    • Most Shining Pokemon are reasonably powerful, but not quite powerful enough to justify their multi-colored Energy costs and the one-per-deck rule. However, this need not necessarily be the case -- there are exceptions in both directions.
    • It is extremely unusual for an attack on a Shining Pokemon to only do damage. It is also unusual for a Shining Pokemon to have a Pokemon Power. Note that Shining Pokemon were in the Neo sets, which were before Pokemon Powers were divided into Poke-Powers and Poke-Bodies. However, each is always an option.
    • It is less unusual for a Shining Pokemon to have either a Pokemon Power and 2 attacks or for it to have 3 attacks than it would be for other cards, because Shining Pokemon cards are rarer than regular Rares.
    That's all I can think of, but if I think of anything else, I'll edit it in.
     
  18. penguin_master

    penguin_master New Member

    Strange Cloud (stadium)
    Check each player's active pokemon's type. Wherever an Energy symbol is dislayed on your any active pokemon, treat that symbol as if it was the same as the pokemon's type.
     
  19. Carrington388

    Carrington388 New Member

    Shining Gengar
    90 HP {G}
    Basic Pokémon (You can't have more than 1 Shining Gengar in your deck.)

    {G}{L}{L} Poison Shock Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokémon is now Paralzyed; if tails, the Defending Pokémon is now Poisoned. 50
    {G}{G}{R}{C} Burn Shot Discard all {R} and {G} Energy cards attached to Shining Gengar, then flip a coin for each card discarded in this way. This attack does 40 damage plus 30 damage for each heads. If you got at least 1 heads and discarded any {R} Energy cards in this way, the Defending Pokémon is now Burned. 40+

    Weakness: {P}
    Resistance: {F}
    Retreat Cost: {C}{C}
     
  20. lunatone_solrock

    lunatone_solrock New Member

    Swablu (C) 40HP

    (C) Beating Wings 20
    Switch the defending Pokemon with any Pokemon on your opponent's bench.

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost

    Swablu (C) 50HP

    (C)(C) Rend 20+
    If the defending Pokemon has any damage counters on it, this attack does 20 damage plus 20 more damage.

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost

    Swablu (C) 40HP

    (C) Evolution Dance
    Search your deck for a card that evolved from Swablu and put it in your hand. Shuffle your deck afterwards.

    (C)(C)(C) Cotton Clean 30
    Remove two damage counters from any of your Pokemon.

    Weakness (L)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost (*)

    Altaria (C) 120HP

    (C)(C)(C) Pure Dragon Power 30
    Remove a number of damage counters equal to the damage you done to the defending Pokemon from any of your Pokemon.

    (C)(C)(C)(C) Dragon Song 50
    Remove one damage counter from all of your Pokemon in play.

    Weakness (C)
    Resistance (F)
    Retreat Cost (*)
     

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