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EX Power Keepers will unleash powerful forces that Trainers will love to use for their own. You can enter stadiums that only the elite Trainers have ever ventured to… Take rare and powerful Pokemon with you… and become a Power Keeper! Are you able to control a power that has never been seen before?
EX Power Keepers is the name of the 16th and a final major expansion in the EX Series of Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was initially released in Japan as the World Champions Pack, and this particular set is part of the Pokemon Card Game DP Era. It's based on Pokemon Emerald and features Generation III Pokemon and the Hoenn region Elite Four. The English expansion was released on February 14, 2007, while the particular Japanese set was published on July 5, 2007.
The unique set was made available for Japan in the first edition via the Pokemon Card Game website and at Summer Battle Road 2007.. This set was made for Japanese players to ensure that they were not at a disadvantage during the 2007 World Championships. Ordering packs for Japanese players online was possible from June 15 to July 1.
All players who ordered packs online from June 15 to July 1 could get them. Each pack contained 15 cards. Do you want to be a better trainer? EX Power Keepers will help you learn the secrets of Hoenn's Elite 4 by showing you how to become a better trainer. You'll soon be able to compete with the elite if you master their knowledge and apply it!
This expansion contains some of the most potent attacks for Pokemon. Armaldo (3/108) joins in the fray with Rock Blast. This allows you to pick and choose your targets. Armaldo deals 20 damage to any opponent's Pokemon, regardless of how much Fighting Energy they discard. These rocks can be hurled around the battlefield by you throwing away up to 5 Energy. Banette (4/108) gives you even greater control over the battle. Bench Manipulation allows you to flip coins equal to your opponent's Benched Pokemon. Each head flipped deals 40 damage to your opponent's Active Pokemon. Only 3 Energy cards can do up to 200 damage… with no drawbacks!
This set includes four Stadium cards, each focusing on a different trainer from the Elite 4. You can see some of Phoebe's favourite Ghost-type Pokemon in this set. Phoebe's Stadium (79/108) lowers retreat costs for all Psychic Pokémon by 2, giving players a solid reason to choose her unique strategies.
With Phoebe's Stadium in play, some Ghost-type Pokemon gain additional powers. Dusclops (14/108) adds a Special Confusion Condition (Mysterious Light attack), and Sableye (22/108) adapts to her Stadium using its Synchronicity Poke-Body to ignore any damage done by your opponent's Pokémon-ex. See how other Pokemon can be combined with the new Stadiums by visiting the EX Power Keepers expansion.
Metagross ex (95/108) uses Scanblast for 70 damage to your opponent's Defending Pokemon. It does 70 damage to any opponent's Pokemon with a name that matches the Defending Pokemon. This can cause large amounts of damage at a low cost. Shiftry ex (97/108) also uses its Dirge attack, doing 60 damage per time. You can use Pokemon to punish players for playing with multiple Pokemon. This is a powerful tactic!