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Discover the EX Hidden Legends to get a significant advantage over your competitors! These powerful Pokemon are hidden in three ancient ruins and waiting for your help to break them free. Combine them with the new Dual Energy Type Pokemon and Pokemon-ex cards, and you'll be able to make your opponents run for cover!
EX Hidden Legends is the fifth expansion in the EX Series of Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was initially released in Japan as Undone Seal. This fourth expansion is part of the Pokemon Card Game ADV Era. It's based on Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire and features Generation III Pokemon and the Legendary titans Regirock and Regice. The English expansion was published on June 14, 2004, and the Japanese edition was released on January 16, 2004.
The card's bottom border was restored to normal after removing the Dot-Code strip. Reverse Holofoil cards had a new design. The artwork featured several Holofoil Energy symbols. In the attack box, a faint foil symbol identifying the type of Pokemon was included. The Rare Holo cards in reverse Holofoil have a foil rarity symbol.
EX Hidden Legends brings a new dimension to the Pokemon TCG. Many Pokemon are unique and can change your game. There are many ways to get cards into your hand. New Stadiums change the rules of a match and bring more fluidity to a fight. The new Ancient Technical Machines give players an extra surprise to their tactics. Are you ready for all the hidden legends?
EX Hidden Legends offers more ways to get valuable cards into your hands. You'll be able to use your strategies quicker by either drawing lots of cards or looking through your deck for particular cards.
Steven's Advice (92/101) allows you to draw as many cards as your opponent's Pokemon, provided you have at least seven cards in your hand. This means you can draw as many cards as you like without discarding any, unlike TV Reporter and Delcatty’s Energy Draw.
Corsola (32/101) has a similarity to Steven's advice. Coral Glow allows you to draw as many cards as your opponent's Basic Pokemon. Corsola's attack does 40 damage, so it isn't limited to card drawing.
Igglybuff (37/101) is the first of the EX series' new characters and immediately proves to be a helpful card. Set Song by Igglybuff allows you to search your deck for Basic Pokemon and basic Energy cards and then put them in your hand. You can quickly create a great team with the solid Basic Pokemon in EX Hidden Legends.
EX Hidden Legends now offers a variety of new healing methods. The Life Herb (90/101), a powerful new trainer that can heal any Special Condition and remove six damage counters from a Pokemon, is one of the most effective. It doesn't work with Pokemon-ex and Pokemon with an owner's name and only works with a successful flip of the coin.
You can't use it as a Supporter, though. If you have another Life Herb, you can do so again. Bellossom's (16/101) Heal Dance has a lower power but is more reliable in healing your Pokemon. Heal Dance is a Pokepower that allows you to remove two damage counters from any Pokemon. It's almost like having a Potion Card every turn!
Milotic (12/101) is an excellent option if you need healing for your entire team. But be careful how you use it. Milotic, when played from your hand, heals all damage counters from any Pokemon that isn't a Pokemon-ex. If you don’t want to heal your opponent’s Pokemon, you can evolve a Feebas using a card from the deck like Wally’s Training or Feebas’ Ascension ability. Poke-Power does not take effect because Milotic is drawn from the deck, not your hand.
Tropius (27/101) is the final option. With its Fruition ability, Tropius can provide healing and Energy simultaneously. Fruition can move an Energy card attached at Tropius to another Pokemon and remove four damage counters. You can pay the Retreat cost for an injured Pokemon and make Tropius activate. Then, use Fruition to add Energy to the retreated Pokemon.
Gardevoir's Psy Shadow could be used to attach Psychic Energy to a Pokemon. Then, use Fruition for another Energy card to the Pokemon and to remove two damaged counters. To heal the Pokemon faster, you could use Tropius with Regirock ex and Ludicolo.
Tropius is great for 2-on-2 Battle with a Pokemon such as Slaking ex or Sceptile ex. Topics can be used to heal Slaking or Sceptile ex-between attacks, as they can only use their 100-damage attacks once per turn. Topics can be used for many other purposes… are you looking for more?