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Prepare for an exciting adventure. Send your Pokemon to Hoenn by collecting Pokemon from Kanto. Capture them. Teach them. You are now one step closer to becoming a Master Coach!
EX FireRed and LeafGreen is the name of the sixth expansion in the EX Series of Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was initially released in Japan as Flight of Legends. It's based on Pokemon FireRed and LeafGreen and features Generation I Pokemon and Kanto. The Japanese expansion was released on April 9, 2004, and the English expansion was published on August 30, 2004.
It's time for you to say “welcome back!” to your favourite Pokemon now that 112 EX FireRed and LeafGreen cards are available. You'll be able to use more of your favourite Pokemon in your battles, from the humble Shellder (79/112) to the powerful Charizard ex (105/112). These Pokemon can be used to bring group-based strategies into your strategy.
Some of these Pokemon modify the rules of Special Condition, while others have unusual but valuable abilities. Some classic Pokemon are back, and some classic Trainer cards are also back. What new strengths has the Pokemon TCG received from EX FireRed and LeafGreen cards?
Pokemon-ex now has three of the most beloved Stage 2 Pokemon. They are large, powerful, and can control any match. Blastoise ex (104/112) and Venusaur ex (112/112) are excellent team players. Charizard's ex is unmatched by itself. You will find the right one for you!
Venusaur's ex's attacks can be taken on their merits. The Pollen Hazard attack, which can poison, burn, and confuse an opponent, can be used to do damage of up to 90 points. The most crucial piece of Venusaur ex's arsenal is its Energy Trans Poke-Power.
Energy Trans lets you move Grass Energy from one Pokemon to another! Energy Trans allows you to move your Grass Energy card to any Pokemon that needs them. Special Energy cards, such as Double Rainbow Energy (EX Team Aqua, 88/95), or Multi Energy, 93/100, can be moved around, provided the rules allow.
Blastoise ex has similar characteristics to Venusaur. It has excellent attack an,d versatile Poke-PowBlastoise'soise ex's Hyper Whirlpool attack deals 80 damage and may drain the Defending Pokemon's Energy cards so it cannot counterattack.
Blastoise ex's Energy Rain Poke-Power will let you attach multiple basic Water Energy Cards from your hand to your Pokemon, but it can do some damage. Your hand could quickly contain a lot of Energy if you combine a Blastoise Ex with cards such as Energy Search (EX Ruby&Sapphire 90/109) and Team Aqua Conspirator(EX Team Aqua vs Team Magma 77/95 and Team Magma Conspirator, EX Team Aqua vs Team Magma 82/95). Your opponent's team will be swept away by the resulting storm!
Charizard ex is one the most potent Pokemon cards! The Burn Down attack by Charizard ex does 200 damage and is powerful enough to knock out any Pokemon! Burn Down ignores EVERY defence the Defending Pokemon may have, including Poke-Body and Pokemon Tools like Buffer Piece (EX Dragon 83/97), Metal Energy, Resistance, etc. ANYTHING! Even Pokemon-ex can be used to knock out Pokemon that are generally not vulnerable to attacks.
A Pokemon's ability to reduce damage by using its attack on Charizard ex is the only way it could (and no Pokemon could do this, as it likely wouldn't have enough HP for survival, Burn Down has one drawback. You must discard five Energy that has been attached to Charizardex. It's not as bad a problem as it sounds. First, you can attach more than one Energy card Charizard ex to, such as Venusaurex or Blastoiseex. Slash is Charizard's second attack. It does 50 damage. You don't need to burn down as often.
Sometimes strength is in numbers. With certain Pokemon in EX FireRed and LeafGreen, it's possible to have many similar Pokemon, which can help strengthen your team. Each of these Pokemon can be used to help your fellow teammates.