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EX Emerald is the title given to the ninth major expansion in the EX Series for the Pokemon Trading Card Game. There is no major expansion for the Japanese version, and it is based on Pokemon Emerald and features Generation III Pokemon. It was released on May 9, 2005. EX Emerald consists of the Japanese Gift Box Emerald and Quick Construction Packs. Master Kit is also included.
EX Emerald was the first English expansion that included Holofoil Basic Energy Cards. This replaced the Reverse Holofoil found in every third booster box pack. This expansion included a Reverse Holofoil with a star and foil Poke Ball. The new EX Emerald expansion differs from other expansions. EX Emerald cards can be used with other expansion cards.
EX Emerald contains several re-released Trainer Cards, which can be used to strengthen your existing and new decks. There are also three new Trainer Cards that can help you improve your decks. EX Emerald also contains sound Special Energy cards and collectable holographic basic Energy Cards. Many Stage 1 Pokemon-ex are helpful in many situations. The new Pokemon Emerald video game has a new form of Deoxys.
Veteran Pokemon TCG players will be familiar with EX Emerald's Pokemon. This is because many Pokemon have the same names released as expansions like EX Ruby & Sapphire or EX Hidden Legends. What does this mean for the average player? The Pokemon TCG has a fundamental rule, you can only have four cards with the same name (except basic Energy cards). You can now create more flexible decks by releasing new Pokemon variants in EX Emerald.
EX Ruby & Sapphire introduced two Reptiles. One of them (20/109) allowed for the movement of Grass Energy among your Pokemon. If your active Pokemon have Grass Energy attached, the new Sceptile (10/106) will prevent you from getting Special Conditions. You can use the Sceptiles together to prevent any Special Conditions from ever bothering your Pokemon.
EX Ruby and Sapphire also included two Swampert. EX Ruby & Sapphire 23/109 introduces a Swampert that allows you to attach extra water energy from your hand to your Active Pokemon. This lets you add two Energy per turn if your hand has enough Energy.
You can move water energy from your active Pokemon to your Benched Pokemon with the new Swampert (11/106). This allows you to quickly distribute your water energy as needed while also placing twice the amount of Energy. A Swampert ex (EX Team Magma & Aqua 95/95) might be waiting on the Bench.
This will allow you to gain enough Energy to gradually do 100 damage each attack. You could also use Island Cave (EX hidden legends, 89/101) to get the Swampert. To remove any Special Conditions, you can place Water Energy on Fighting-type, Metal type or Water-type Pokemon. Then, you can use Swampert's Poke-Power and move the Water Energy to another location.
Gardevoir (EX Ruby & Sapphire 7/109) allows you to search your deck to find a Psychic Energy card and attach them to a Pokemon. However, you must also put two damage counters to that Pokemon. However, the new Gardevoir (4/106) can remove two damage counters from a Pokemon.
You can use both Gardevoir together to attach extra Energy to your Pokemon and remove the damaged counters. You can attach Energy twice per round, just like with the Swampert combination. This helps Pokemon such as Gardevoir ex (EX Sandstorm), 96/100, whose damage depends on the Energy in play. Gardevoir ex's 150 HP will last much longer because of the new Gardevoir's healing abilities.
It is a difficult question to answer. How can you quickly put in two or more Stage 2 Pokemon? EX Emerald solves this problem by releasing several highly-desired Trainer cards and new Trainer cards that have never been seen before.
EX Emerald has two options to quickly evolve your Pokemon: Wally's training (85/106) or Rare Candy (83/106). Wally's training allows you to search through your deck to find an Evolution card to which one of your Active Pokemon could evolve. You can find an Evolution card and place it on the Active Pokemon.
This means you don't need luck drawing an Evolution card from the deck. It can be used even after you have evolved the Pokemon in question. This means you could potentially bring a Stage 2 Pokemon into your turn. Rare Candy allows you to evolve a Pokemon into its Stage 1 or 2 form. Rare Candy isn't a supporter card, so you might even be able to evolve a Basic Pokemon into its Stage 2 form in the first turn!
To get an Evolved Pokemon in play, you must first have its Basic Pokemon. Lanette's Net Search (77/106) is back and lets you search your deck to find up to three types of Basic Pokemon. All kinds of Pokemon will be in your hand, ready to evolve! This works well with Wally's Training, as you can get the Basic Pokemon in your hand using Lanette's Net Search. Then, place them on your Bench and evolve one with Wally's Training.
The Pokemon Emerald video game introduces a new Speed Forme to Deoxys. So the EX Emerald expansion does precisely the same with Deoxys (2/106) and Deoxys ex (93/106). The new Deoxys, and Deoxys, ex, have the Form Change Poke-Power, which allows you to switch between forms as needed. Deoxys Swift can deal 30 damage with two Energy and ignores any effects on the Defending Pokemon. Deoxys ex's Fastwave can do 50 damage for three Energy and ignores any effects on the Defending Pokemon, except for Weakness. Deoxy ex can knock out a Wobbuffet with just one hit (EX Sandstorm 26/100), even though it usually is immune from attacks by Pokemon-ex.
Regice ex (98/106), Regirockex (99/106), and Registeelex (100/106) all return to the Pokemon TCCG in a new and exciting way. These new Regi-Pokemon can react to other Regi-Pokemon, either yours or the opponents. Playing one or more of these can lead to some exciting strategies. You can, for example, pair Regice with Regirock ex to help Regice remove Energy cards from your opponents. Registered ex can be used with Regirockex to give Regirockex a damage boost. If Regice ex is active, Registeel can confuse opponents. For even greater flexibility, you can mix the EX Hidden Legends versions.
You should also know that Lanette's Net Search allows you to search your deck for three types of Pokemon. This means you can get your Deoxys and Deo, my ex, Regice ex, Regirock ex, Registeelexs or Regirock ex very quickly!