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Both come from outer space, and the other is from Earth's ozone layer. When the Deoxys and Rayquaza are at war, you could be the most outstanding winner! This epic battle involves new PokemonStar and Pokemon, new trainers and unique energy cards. Your planet's future is in your hands!
EX Deoxys is the eighth expansion in the EX Series of Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was initially released in Japan as Clash of the Blue Sky, and it is based on Pokemon Emerald and features Generation III Pokemon, Rayquaza, Deoxys, and more. The Japanese expansion was released on July 1, 2004, while the English version was released on February 14, 2005. EX Deoxys was released simultaneously as Destiny Deoxys, the seventh Pokemon movie.
This expansion included a Reverse Holofoil with a wheel pattern. Have you seen the EX Deoxys expansion? EX Deoxys includes multiple versions of newly discovered Pokemon Deoxys and the powerful Rayquaza.
This version also includes more robust and stable versions of previously released Pokemon like Salamence ex, Crobat ex, and Crobat ex. New Poke-Powers, attacks and Energy manipulations are available. The new Trainer cards can also alter the tactics of players!
Deoxys, a new Pokemon discovered after a space virus mutated, is now known as Deoxys. Deoxys comes in two versions: standard and Pokemon-ex. Deoxys and Deoxys Ex can shapeshift into three forms: Normal (attack), Defense, and defence. Deoxys and Deoxys exp can use their Form Change Poke-Power to swap out your current Deoxys card or Deoxys Ex card with one in your deck. Deoxys can't shapeshift into Deoxysex or vice versa.
Rayquaza is available in three forms: Rayquaza (22/107), Rayquaza Ex (102/107), and Rayquaza 107/107. Each Rayquaza is unique.
As you would expect from each expansion, EX Deoxys offers new ways to draw cards or search for cards.
Professor Cozmo's Discovery (90/107) offers a new way to draw cards. Professor Cozmo's Discovery is different from other “draw cards” because you don't have to discard anything or limit the size or type of your hand.
Flip a coin. Magcargo (20/107) is compatible with Professor Cozmo's Discovery and Ludicolo (10/107) and any other card that allows you to draw. Magcargo's Smooth Over Poke-Power lets you search your deck for any card and place it on top. Combining Ludicolo and Magcargo, you can draw the card you are looking for!
Do your opponents draw a lot of cards to win? Mightyena (12/107) can help you find the cards you are looking for and can even help you eliminate your opponent's cards. The Seek Out attack allows you to search for one card on your card and place it in your hand. The Pull Away attack forces the opponent to discard cards until they have four.
Balloon Berry (84/107) doesn't represent a new card, and it is a rerelease. The text of this version has been updated. Balloon Berry reduces the Retreat cost to zero for the Pokemon it is attached to. This has the advantage that cards such as Dark Ariados (EX Team Rocket Returns), Girafarig (16/97), Dark Muk(EX Team Rocket Returns), 16/109, and Muk ex (EX Dragon), whose attacks are based upon Retreat Cost, will be weakened. It cancels any Trainer effects, attacks or Pokes–Bodies that increase Retreat Costs, such as Team Aqua's Hideout (EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua) or Dark Muk's Sticky Goo.
Crystal Shard (85/107), another rerelease, is very useful in countering strong Pokemon that can't be used against Colorless-type Pokemon like Rayquaza ex and Salamence ex (103/107). Crystal Shard can change a Pokemon's Type to Colorless if it is attached to Crystal Shard.
Crystal Shard can also be helpful if your Pokemon is resistant to the other. If Crystal Shard were attached, Breloom (3/107) would be able to attack Crobat ex for total damages, and Crobat ex's Resistance to Fighting Pokemon would not be activated. Breloom would be a Colorless type of Pokemon when it attacks.
Meteor Falls (89/107), a new Stadium card, allows both players' Evolved Pokemon to use attacks from previous forms of evolution. This ability allows for many new strategies in the game.
Butterfree can use Caterpie (EX FireRed and LeafGreen) to continue using Caterpie's (EX FireRed& LeafGreen), 56/112 Signs of Evolution to take Metapod, 39/112, and Butterfree cards out of your deck to evolve a Benched Caterpie.
Slaking (15 EX Ruby & Sapphire 12/109) can use Vigoroth (EX Ruby & Sapphire 47/109), Rage, or Slakoth (EX Ruby & Sapphire 73/107) Flail to do a lot more damage if Slaking has damage counters. Meteor Falls offers many strategies that can be used to surprise your opponent.
Space Center (91/109), a new Stadium card, turns off the Poke-Bodies of all Basic Pokemon (except Pokemon-ex or Pokemon with an owner). Space Center can be used to bypass many Pokemon's defences.
You can give Rayquaza's Dragon Aura a Special Condition and ignore Rayquaza's Dragon Aura. At the same time, Wobbuffet, EX Sandstorm (26/100), will lose its Safeguard Pokemon-Body and be vulnerable to attacks by Pokemon-ex (unless Wynaut (54/100) evolved into Wobbuffet).