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Dialga. Palkia. Darkrai. Who will be victorious? These three legends will battle it out in the new Pokemon TCG: Diamond & Pearl – Great Encounters expansion. It's an epic battle that will prove a victory for all Trainers! Great Encounters offers more new Pokemon, more Pokemon. X and a titanic clash with some of the most powerful Pokemon. This is your chance to meet greatness!
Great Encounters is named after the fourth expansion to the Diamond & Pearl Series, the Pokemon Trading Card Game. It is based on Pokemon Pearl and Pokemon Diamond, which feature Generation IV Pokemon. It was released on February 13, 2008.
Moonlit Pursuit was separated from Dawn Dash due to the six-month gap between the release of the fourth expansion (Moonlit Pursuit, Dawn Dash)and the fifth expansion (Cry from the Mysterious, Temple of Anger). Great Encounters mainly contained cards from the Moonlit Pursuit expansion. Great Encounters is now available! Find your favourite Pokemon here!
It's finally here! Darkrai makes its debut in the Pokemon TCG. Darkrai (4/106) and Darkrai LV.X (106/106) use potent attacks to inflict Asleep Special Conditions on the Defending Pokemon. Darkrai LV.X has a Knock Out option. It also powers up basic Darkness Energy cards with its Dark Shadow Poke-Body, which does ten more damage per card!
This set includes four powerful Pokemon LV.X cards and cards that interact with them. Milotic (25/106) is equipped with the Marvel Scale Poke-Body that protects Milotic against attacks from your opponent's Pokemon LV.X. The Trainer card Premier Ball (10106) always finds a Pokemon LV.X in your deck or your discard pile. Cresselia. Your opponent should consider x (103/106) additional threats. If it Knocks out a Pokemon with its Moon Skip attack, you draw an extra Prize Card.
Some Pokemon abilities are too good not to be included in your next deck. Togekiss (11/106) allows you to use Serene Grace once per turn. You can then look at your top 10 cards and attach any basic Energy cards that you find to your Pokemon. You might want a different type of Energy assistance.
The Sceptile's (8/106) wild growth poke-body doubles the effectiveness of Grass Energy attached to your Grass Pokemon. Porygon Z (6/106) has a trick to help you with Energy cards. Instead of discarding a primary Energy card, Porygon Z changes the type of that card to match the Conversion Poke-Power. This is a great way to beat the Defending Pokemon's Weakness.
The Diamond & Pearl Series' first appearance of Pokemon Tools is a significant step forward in cards that enhance your Pokemon. If the card it is attached to is your Active Pokemon, you can draw an Amulet Coin (97/106) to allow you to draw a card at the end of your turn. You might not need the additional cards. Instead, you can try Leftovers (99/106)! Leftovers slowly reduce damage counters so that your Pokemon has more time to knock out your opponent's defences.