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What secrets await the brave Trainer who ventures out into the unknown lands beyond Holon's labs? EX Holon Phantoms has one way to discover the truth: step into the shadows. EX Holon Phantoms has more mysterious Pokemon Delta Species than you can imagine. It challenges you to find something you have never seen before. It's easy to believe that phantoms are not real…until one is caught!
EX Holon Phantoms refer to the thirteenth expansion in the EX Series of Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was initially released in Japan as Holon Phantom. This seventh expansion of the Pokemon Card Game PCG Era was also available. This set includes Generation III Pokemon. The English expansion was published on May 3, 2006, and the Japanese expansion was released on January 27, 2006.
Holon was the location of the expansion, and it is south of Holon, where EX Delta Species was based. Due to the natural habitat, fewer Delta Species Pokemon can be dual-typed. EX Holon Phantoms expand the search for more Delta Species Pokemon by trainers and explorers. This expansion is waiting for you to discover it!
Specialized Trainer cards are a great way to give the Delta Species Pokemon a boost. Holon Adventurer (85/110) lets you draw four cards instead 3 when you discard a Delta Species Pokemon, which is part of the card cost. Holon Lake (87/110) makes an excellent Stadium card. The Delta Species Pokemon can use Holon Lake's Delta Call attack to search your deck. You can choose between Evolution and Basic Pokemon!
This expansion reveals that even Pokemon made from fossils can be affected. Armaldo (1/110) increases its attack by discarding a Fossil from your hand, allowing it to hit the Defending Pokemon and one of your opponent's Benched Pokemon. Kabutops (9/110) can use a self-healing attack to knock out a Pokemon. It also has Thunderous Blows that grow larger with every Lightning Energy it receives. Holon Fossil (86/110) can grab Evolutions from Fossils to make Fossil decks even more powerful. Or, you can use them from your hand.
These Pokemon are not only for frontline battling. Pidgeot (14/110) can shut down non-Delta Species Poke-Powers, while a Holon Energy Card is attached. Rayquaza (16/110) can use the Hydro Barrier Poke-Body to remove Weaknesses from all your Water-type Pokemon. Keep a handy Stadium card in your hand. It can be kept around with Golduck (43/110), which also has the Delta Block Poke-Body–your opponent cannot play Stadium cards while you have a Stadium Card with Holon!
Flygon (7/110) allows you to add additional Energy cards each time you turn to Delta Species Pokémon… who wouldn't love that? While a Holon-named stadium card is in play, Gyarados (8/110) increases the damage output of your Delta Species Pokemon. Holon's cast form (44/110) is perhaps the strongest. It can be attached to an Energy card like the other particular Holon Pokemon. It's a Basic Pokemon, which can be attached for 2 Energy. This allows you to provide all types of Pokemon at once. Castform's attack is not bad, either.
For the attack cost for one Energy of any type you have, you can draw cards equal to the number of your Delta Species Pokémon in play. It's like so many great cards in EX Holon Phantoms. You'll be rewarded when you catch all of them!