- ↓ 14.92
- ꩜ 23.73
- ↑ 38.48
Pokémon Power ⇢ Transform
If Ditto is your Active Pokémon, treat it as if it were the same card as the Defending Pokémon, including type, Hit Points, Weakness, and so on, except Ditto can’t evolve, always has this Pokémon Power, and you may treat any Energy attached to Ditto as Energy of any type. Ditto isn’t a copy of any other Pokémon while Ditto is Asleep, Confused, or Paralyzed.
illus. Keiji Kinebuchi
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Capable of copying an enemy’s genetic code to instantly transform itself into a duplicate of the enemy.
I’d give this guy 100%, no matter how bad power creep gets this Ditto will always be awesome… it just scales with the game. In terms of a “counter any Pokemon and everything” in Unlimited formats the only guy who competes is Clefable from Jungle (https://pkmncards.com/card/clefable-jungle-ju-1/). The question is do you want to get their attacks for just 1 colorless with an evolution with 70hp or do you want what they have word for word, including attack costs from a Basic? Usually though, you’ll just include both :P
Also, probably the single best user of Double Colorless Energy ever.
Well, in unlimited, scoop-up enabled donks and poke power negations reign king. Muk would negate the poke power and render this as an attackless pokemon with 50 HP (bad). Crobat G variants can just scoop up crobat g until this guy is damaged to 60, then push out a unown R to lower its HP max to 60 and draw a card while killing it at instant speed.
I’m not saying that it’s not a good card (it is definitely an awesomely designed card and it is a contender in any format) but this is more suited for casual decks than anything else
I didn’t say straight up Unlimited… just Unlimited formats :P If you’re playing the variant Unlimited 150 “scoop-up enabled donks and poke power negations” aren’t the be all and end all of the game, it’s a much slower and varied version. In this Ditto and/or Clefable are staple cards.
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Some Friends and I play with only old sets and there is a serious question in regards to this card. Its power specifically states that it “always has this Pokemon Power”. There is a baby magmar with 30hp that has a move called Sputter. This move hits for 10 and all pokemon powers stop working until the end of the users next turn. Does this mean that Ditto is still Magby or is he ditto until the end of your next turn?
The “always has this Pokemon Power” part means that if the Defending Pokémon changes, then Ditto will transform into the new Defending Pokémon because it still has Transform.
Magby will successfully disable Ditto’s Pokémon Power, and Ditto will revert to a harmless 50 HP blob.
Thanks for the response and I agree but my friend may not succumb so easily, is this just your interpretation or is this something you have officially seen in tournaments?
I am 100% sure of this ruling.
Same thing for Goop Gas Attack and Muk.
God I love this guy. Too bad I always only had 1.
Since old Baby pokemon said that the opponent had to roll to attack, when ditto copys an old baby does it also copy that statement?
A lot of rulings :
== TRANSFORM (Ditto – Fossil Expansion)
// What is Ditto, when in Play?
Q. What exactly does Ditto copy when it uses its Pokemon Power: Transform?
A. It just copies whatever is written on the opponent’s Active Pokemon card. So it
won’t copy damage, effects of attached Trainer cards, if that Pokemon is Poisoned,
Confused, or anything like that, but it will copy Hit Points, attacks, Pokemon Powers,
Weakness, and so on. (Fossil FAQ, WotC Website)
Q. Could you Goop Gas and it [still] be the same as the Defender after Transform?
A. No. (Sep 7, 2000 WotC Chat, Q15)
Q. Need to make sure, does Ditto UTILIZE and USE Pokémon Powers that say, “when
this card is Knocked Out” so that you would do the effects of the Power or not?
A. You mean like Machamp’s Strikes Back? Then yes. (4-20-00 WotC Chat Q77)
Q. A couple of weeks ago you ruled that if Ditto was Transformed into a Pokemon with
a Pokemon Power, he would have only one PP, theirs. Wouldn’t Ditto also have Transform,
giving him 2 Powers?
A. Yes he would. We were wrong. (Jul 26, 2001 WotC Chat, Q62)
// When does Transform activate?
Q. Does Ditto automatically Transform when the other player changes his or her Pokémon?
A. Yup (again as long as his power still functions). (4-13-00 WotC Chat Q148)
Q. Since Ditto has Weakness, can it ever “choose” not to copy the other
A. No, if it is the Active Pokemon and it is not Asleep, Confused, or Paralyzed,
the Transform power happens automatically. (2-17-00 WotC Chat)
Q. If someone puts Ditto out at the beginning of a game and starts second, will Ditto
use Transform on its opponent’s turn?
A. Yes. (3-9-00 WotC Chat)
Q. If one player defeats the other Pokemon with Ditto, does Ditto immediately turn
back into Ditto?
A. No, Ditto turns into a copy of whichever Pokemon it is opposite. It would turn
into a copy of whatever Pokemon the other player moved up. (Unless it is Asleep,
Paralyzed, or Confused) (1-20-00 WotC Chat)
// Attack Effects and Special Conditions as Ditto Transforms
* Ditto, when it Transforms, copies what is written on the Defending Pokemon (its
written HP, Weakness, etc.). It does not copy changed values on the other card (if
the Defending Pokemon is painted into another color, or has more HP from attached
energy like Sabrina’s Gastly). (May 3, 2001 WotC Chat Announcements)
Q. Does Ditto copy status or attack effects of a Pokémon? For example, if Ditto
went up against a Pokémon that had been previously converted by Porygon, would
he copy the original stats or the converted stats? What about copying a Shifted Venomoth?
A. Ditto always copies the original. It does not copy any effects on the Defending
Pokémon (like Poison, or Shift or any of those). (April 27, 2000 WotC Chat Q53)
Q. When Ditto goes from copying a particular Pokemon to copying another (when the
Defending Pokémon retreats, for example) do either status effects (such as poison
or sleep) or attack-based effects (such as Magmar’s Smokescreen or Porygon’s Conversion)
disappear as a result?
A. No, they don’t. (3-16-00 WotC Chat)
Q. If Ditto is copying Scyther and does Swords Dance, and your opponent retreats
his Scyther to bring up a different Pokemon (say, to remove Poison), then switches
that new one again with the Scyther, does Ditto lose the advantage of Swords Dance?
And if so, is it because there is a Ditto-as-something-else between the two Ditto-as-Scyther
A. The effect is still there, but unless Ditto’s new form has Slash for 30, he cannot
make use of it. For example, if Scyther retreated for Parasect, the Ditto-as-Parasect’s
Slash will do 60 if previously ‘Danced’ as a Scyther (Direct from R&D, folks).
If the Slash does NOT have a base damage of 30 (such as Sandslash’s Slash attack)
then the Dance will not affect it. (4-6-00 WotC Chat Q47)
Q. If Ditto uses Rocket’s Hitmonchan’s Crosscounter attack then Rocket’s Hitmonchan
retreats, is Crosscounter still in effect? It’s text states “If Rocket’s Hitmonchan
A. Yes the effect is still in place on Ditto (it is yet another self-referencing
attack). (Nov 30, 2000 WotC Chat, Q149)
* Ditto’s Transform Pokemon Power overrides any effects on Ditto that change any
of the basic aspects of the Pokemon (HP, Weakness from Porygon’s Conversion, etc).
This also means that if Ditto was a copy of Venomoth and Shifted itself to a new
color, when Ditto Transforms into another Pokemon, this will be overridden and Ditto
will be the color of the new Pokemon it Transformed into. This is NOT the same case
as with Smeargle’s Paint counters as this is an outside continually applied effect
(like Char or damage counters). So Ditto Transforms into the new Pokemon but still
is affected by the Paint counter. (May 3, 2001 WotC Chat Announcements)
// Ditto and Energy
Q. On Ditto it says “Ditto is not a copy of any other Pokemon while it is Asleep,
Confused, or Paralyzed.” So does this mean Ditto’s energies are still “rainbow”
if its Asleep, etc.?
A. They would NOT as the Copy effect is in the same sentence as the energy effect.
The energy attached to Ditto would revert to it’s normal type. (Sep 7, 2000 WotC
Chat, Q92; Sep 14, 2000 WotC Chat, Q52)
Q. Are Energy on Ditto counted as whatever type needed for anything, or just for
purposes of meeting attack requirements? For example, can any Energy on Ditto be
used to discard cards with Moltres’ Wildfire, or beef up a Water Gun?
A. You can treat Energy attached to Ditto as any [Basic Energy] type for whatever
reasons as long as Ditto isn’t Asleep, Confused, or Paralyzed. (Mar 9 WotC Chat)
Q. I was carefully reading Ditto’s Pokemon Power and it says: ‘…you may treat any
energy attached to Ditto as Energy of any Type. Now, this leads me to believe I can
turn it into a double colorless or a Potion Energy or Even a [Metal] Energy!
A. You can only choose a basic energy type [Ed.Note: ‘Colorless’ is not a Basic type],
so while could choose Darkness you will not get the added effects that are normally
provided by a Darkness energy card. (Dec 7, 2000 WotC Chat, Q3)
Q. What if you put a Double Colorless energy on Ditto. What kind of energy does it
A. Two energy of any [Basic] type. (June 29, 2000 WotC Chat, Q187)
Q. When Ditto has one DCE, can it do an attack that needs 2 Fire Energy (or any other
combination of energy cards)?
A. Yes it can. (June 15, 2000 WotC Chat, Q50)
*R&D has “corrected” a ruling they made a few months ago. As Ditto
states, you may treat any Energy attached to Ditto as Energy of any [Basic] type.
It is now ruled that the controller of Ditto can CHOOSE what energy type Energy Cards
attached to Ditto provide (as long as Ditto is the Active Pokémon). You CANNOT
choose Colorless, however as a choice for a card to provide (unless it already provides
colorless) as Colorless is not a type. (1-4-01 WotC Chat Announcements)
Q. A recent ruling stated that you can choose the energy type attached to Ditto.
What happens if you do not declare what type of Energy you want it to be?
A. If you don’t declare, then they are whatever type of energy it really is. (Jan
25, 2001 WotC Chat, Q111)
Q. A recent ruling stated that you can choose the energy type attached to Ditto.
Can you change your choice at any time, even during your Opponent’s turn?
A. We’ll have to check with R&D…we don’t think that there is an actual time
that you have to make that choice…it just is _treated_ as whatever energy you want.
(Jan 25, 2001 WotC Chat, Q16)
Q. Can you change the energy type on Ditto if after it pays an attack cost but before
a penalty hits, like for Electroburn?
A. [Does] Not work. Can’t do anything in the middle of an attack. Now you guys are
just being silly….. (Apr 5, 2001 WotC Chat, Q182 & Q183)
Q. Last week you ruled that Ditto can choose what energy type a given card can provide.
Does this extend to Rainbow Energy cards too or are they still “all colors,
all the time” regardless of the text on Ditto’s Transform power?
A. Ditto could overide the Rainbow effect. (Jan 11, 2001 WotC Chat, Q113)
Q. If a Darkness Energy Card is on Ditto and he changes that Energy to Fire, does
the card still retain the special properties and the effects of that Card still happen?
A. You actually don’t change it to fire, Ditto says you may treat any energy attached
as another type so the effect from the Darkness card is still active. (Feb 15, 2001
WotC Chat, Q19)
Q. If Ditto with 2 DCE is facing a Rocket’s Zapdos, do the DCE’s count as L Energy
CARDS (assuming it declared them to be L Energies) for the sake of Electroburn’s
self-damage? If so, that means Ditto will take 20 self-damage (10 per card), right?
A. Correct, 20 is the answer. (Feb 15, 2001 WotC Chat, Q8)
*A DCE on a Ditto opposite a grass Pokémon with a Meganium in play would STILL
only provide 2 grass energy. If you treat the DCE as providing 2 grass energy (due
to Ditto’s Transform ability) then the DCE now counts as a grass energy CARD. Wild
Growth states “each Grass energy cards provides 2 grass energy instead of 1”.
It doesn’t matter that the DCE was ALREADY providing 2 grass energy. The Wild Growth
just says “all grass energy cards attached provide 2 grass energy”. So
end result is that the DCE STILL provides 2 grass energy. It is NOT doubled. (Jan
4, 2001 WotC Chat Announcements)
Q. Since Ditto’s Transform power lets you choose which types of energy are being
provided, can you split a DCE or Buzzap’d Electrode so half of it provides one type
and the other half a different type? (i.e. one water & one electric)?
A. Yes, you can. (Jan 18, 2001 WotC Chat, Q36a)
// Evolution with Ditto
* Ditto CANNOT evolve whether he is a copy of Team Rocket Magikarp or Promo Eevee
as it states on Ditto he cannot evolve … (Jul 20, 2000 WotC Chat, mid-point Announcement
Q. If a Promo Eevee is against a Ditto, can the ditto us the power just to look through
his/her deck without evolving?
A. Nope. Ditto can’t evolve, so can’t even do that. (July 27 2000 WotC Chat)
// Blastoise Raindance
Q. If a Ditto goes against a Blastoise, can Ditto use Raindance on any type of Energy?
A. No, Raindance says you must take Water Energy from your hand and place it on one
of you Water Pokemon. (Feb 17 WotC Chat)
Q. Can you Rain Dance on a Ditto as long you have the Water Energy in your hand,
but not any other Energy such as a Fighting Energy?
A. Correct, Ditto’s effect of changing Energy types does NOT affect cards in your
hand, only those attached to Ditto. (Mar 2 WotC Chat)
// Venusaur Energy Trans
Q. Since Ditto’s Pokemon Power starts with the quote “If Ditto is your Active
Pokemon…” does that mean that energy attached to Ditto is energy of any type
only when Ditto is active? If this is the case, Venusaur could only trans energy
from an ACTIVE Ditto and not a benched one, (unless the energy is grass, of course).
A. Correct, that only works if Ditto is the Active Pokemon. (June 15, 2000 WotC Chat,
Q. Can a Ditto against a Venusaur use Energy Trans on any type of Energy?
A. Not really. Since you can make Energy attached to Ditto be any type, you could
use a copied Venusaur’s Energy Trans to move THAT Energy to any Pokemon, but energy
on OTHER Pokemon would still have to be Grass Energy to use this power. (Mar 2 WotC
Q. When a Ditto changes an energy, and Venusaur Energy Trans it to another Pokémon,
will it change back to its original form, or stay as what Ditto made it?
A. It will change back to its original form. (Mar 16 WotC Chat)
// Brock’s Ninetales’ Shapeshift
Q. If Ditto copies Brock’s Ninetales and uses his power Shapeshift, are energies
on Ditto still [any/all] types of energy?
A. Yes they are. (Feb 22, 2001 WotC Chat, Q141)
Q. If Ditto is opposite a Brock’s Ninetales which has used Shapeshift to turn into
Clefable, is Ditto a Clefable or a Brock’s Ninetales? Some people claim that Ditto
opposite Brock’s Ninetales is to be treated as the Ninetales regardless of whether
an evolution card is attached to it or not. Others say that it is to be treated as
the attached evolution card. Which way is correct?
A. Here’s the deal with Ditto and Brock’s Ninetales: When Ditto is opposite Brock’s
Ninetales and Brock’s Ninetales has a Pokemon attached to it (that it has Shapeshifted
into) Ditto _only_ copies the Brock’s Ninetales, _not_ the Pokemon that it has Shapeshifted
into. It is to be treated as Brock’s Ninetales, not the attached evolution. (Oct
19, 2000 WotC Chat, Q62; Nov 2, 2000 WotC Chat Announcements; Sep 20, 2001 WotC Chat,
[Ed Note: The reason that Ditto is Brock’s Ninetales and not the Pokemon Brock’s
Ninetales is being treated as is because Ditto’s transform says to copy the “card”
of the Active Pokemon, not the “Active PokÈmon”
Q. Ditto copying Brock’s Ninetales. Shapeshift’s Power states that “doesn’t
count as evolving”. Therefore, since you’re technically not evolving, Ditto
can say become a Blastoise without the ability to Rain Dance water Energy right?
What happens when I Knock Out Brock’s Ninetales and Blastoise is still on Ditto?
Does Ditto remain as Blastoise? Does the Blastoise card get discarded? Will Ditto
(also Blastoise) be Knocked Out? Does the attached card stay on Ditto (out of play
though) if his Pokemon Power is somehow turned off?
A. Brock’s Ninetales’ Shapeshift doesn’t let you evolve, just ‘attach’. If Ditto
Knock Outs Brock’s Ninetales, Ditto will no longer have Shapeshift and will revert
to being Ditto. That would be the same as shutting off the [Shapeshift] power. The
Blastoise card gets discarded. This has been clarified for your enjoyment:). (Oct
12, 2000 WotC Chat, Q20 & Q105; May 10, 2001 WotC Chat, Q101 & Q105)
// Mysterious Fossil & Clefairy Doll [Also see KO’ing Ditto]
Q. Can Ditto change to Mysterious Fossil and/or Clefairy doll. If so, is the ability
A. Ditto can copy either of those cards, but since Ditto can’t evolve, you won’t
be able to use those cards to their full ability. (June 1, 2000 WotC Chat, Q48)
// Sabrina’s Alakazam Psylink
Q. Ditto opposite Sabrina’s Alakazam (both powers working). Ditto would only have
the attacks of the psychic pokemon on its own bench, right?
A. Yes. Self referencing rule makes Ditto now a Sabrina’s Alakazam, its power says
it has a copy of all of the attacks of the Psychic Pokemon on YOUR bench. (Jun 19,
2003 WotC Chat, Q2043)
// Knocking Out Ditto
Q. What if my Ditto is copying a Charizard (so that Ditto now has 120 HP) and it
has 80 damage on it. Then my opponent retreats Charizard and makes Squirtle (who
only has 40 HP) her new Active Pokemon. What happens to my Ditto?
A. It becomes a copy of Squirtle and is immediately Knocked Out, because it has 40
HP and 80 damage. (Fossil FAQ, WotC Website)
Q. My Ditto has 6 damage counters on it and my opponent has an Electabuzz I just
Knocked Out, since he has no Active after I knocked out Electabuzz and he has like
Lickitung on his bench… in between would Ditto be Knocked Out?
A. There is no in-between step. When Lickitung moves up Ditto copies it. (3-30-00
Q. Scenario: My opponent has a Ditto with 40 damage and [attaches] a Gold Berry.
My opponent attacks and knocks out my [active] Scyther. I bring up a Koga’s Weedle
(40 HP). Is Ditto knocked out (e.g. I replace my pokemon on my OPPONENT’S turn) or
does the Gold Berry save it (e.g. I replace the Scyther BETWEEN TURNS)?
A. Replacing a knocked out Active Pokemon takes place during the turn, BEFORE a Gold
Berry goes off between turns. So in this case, the Ditto is knocked out. (Sep 20,
2001 WotC Chat, Q89)
Q. Ditto is active with a gold berry attached. The attacker to Ditto does damage
& Ditto now has 50 or more damage to it. The attack also causes paralysis or
confusion or sleep. Does the gold berry activate first saving Ditto or does the effect
knock out Ditto?
A. Yes [he would be KO’d], because he would turn back into ditto before the gold
berry could save him. (May 3, 2001 WotC Chat, Q31)
Q. Let’s say Venonat attacks Ditto with 3 damage counters on it. If Venonat got heads
for paralysis, would Ditto live since it was also paralyzed [by Venonat’s attack]?
A. Ditto would NOT live. It would have received 40 damage BEFORE it was paralyzed.
When a Pokemon gets sufficient damage assigned to it to Knock it out it will be Knocked
out [immediately]. (Aug 31, 2000 WotC Chat, Q111)
Q. If Ditto is opposite Rocket’s Moltres, and Ditto is knocked out, does Ditto return
to your hand?
A. Yes it does. (Sep 7, 2000 WotC Chat, Q74)
Q. Ditto’s active with 20 damage. They put Mysterious Fossil as their active. What
A. I’m assuming you mean they retreat and bring up Mysterious Fossil. Ditto transforms
into Mysterious Fossil, only has 10 HP but already has 20 damage so it goes to the
discard pile. It does NOT count as a Knocked out Pokemon (last ruling by R&D)
as it is a copy of Mysterious Fossil, which does not count as a Knocked out Pokemon.
(6-29-00 WotC Chat)
// Other Transforming Rulings
Q. What happens if Ditto copies a Confused Muk (so that when Ditto copies Muk’s Pokemon
Power: Toxic Gas, it turns off its own Pokemon Power: Transform)?
A. The end result is that Ditto is Ditto, not Muk. (Fossil FAQ, WotC Website)
Q1. Can Ditto (copying a Gengar) repeatedly retreat and advance so that he can do
Gengar’s Curse over and over?
Q2. If a transformed Ditto used Curse against an opposing Gengar and you use Gust
of Wind to drop the opposing Gengar back to the opponent’s Bench, then brought him
back up again to the Active slot with another Gust of Wind, would Ditto now also
be able to use that “once-per-turn” again?
A. I was able to look at a translated copy of the Neo rulebook from Japan and it
specifically mentions a rule regarding Ditto’s Transform power. It states: If Ditto
transforms to the _same_ Pokemon more than once per turn, he is considered to be
the _same_ Pokemon. Thus, he would be unable to do Pokemon Powers that can only be
used once per turn more than once. (June 15, 2000 WotC Chat Announcements)
Q. If Ditto is copying an Evolution can it use Recall and copy [an attack of] the
pre-evolved form of the Evolution?
A. No. (August 17, 2000 WotC Chat Q169)
Q. Ditto is opposite Rapidash. Ditto does Agility and flips heads. Then the opponent
plays Goop Gas Attack. Can the opponent do damage to Ditto on this turn?
A. Nope, the Agility effect is still residing on him. (Oct 19, 2000 WotC Chat, Q9)
Q. If Ditto is copying a Sabrina’s Kadabra, can you play a Sabrina’s ESP on Ditto?
And if you gust up a different non-Sabrina Pokemon, can you use the attached ESP
when you attack?
A. Yes you could but we will verify that answer with R&D. (Oct 19, 2000 WotC
Q. If a Ditto is against a Baby Pokemon, does it copy the Baby Pokemon rule?
A. Yes. (Dec 14, 2000 WotC Chat, Q172)
Q. Say I have Fossil Ditto active against a Koga’s Ditto. I use “Giant Growth”
and flipped heads, so I have 80HP now. Does this effect remain even after Koga’s
Ditto is no longer active? And if so, would Fossil Ditto never be able to have more
than 80HP from then on? (i.e. If a Chansey becomes active opposite that Fossil Ditto,
is Fossil Ditto now a Chansey with 80HP?) Wouldn’t the self-reference of Koga’s Ditto
be changed to whatever Ditto changes into?
A. No, the effect is only on ‘Koga’s Ditto’, so if Ditto copies something else and
is no longer a ‘Koga’s Ditto’ the effect is gone. The [example of] Swords Dance refers
to AN ATTACK; the self-referencing kicks in. The Giant Growth refers TO the Koga’s
Ditto which Ditto COULD be copying BUT when Ditto Transforms it takes the new HP
of the Pokémon it copies!!! Transform does NOT change any attack effects like
the Swords Dance so that remains. (Jan 18, 2001 WotC Chat, Q62a & Q20b &
Q. If you use a Lt. Surge trainer to play Ditto from your hand to the Active spot,
and he is facing a Pokémon with a Pokémon Power that activates when the
Pokémon is “played from your hand”, will Ditto be able to use that
A. No you wouldn’t, it’s put into play as Ditto, then Ditto’s power activates [when
it is an Active Pokemon]. (Feb 1, 2001 WotC Chat, Q33)
Q. If I use Ditto against my opponent’s Active Pichu and use Zzzap, would Ditto then
do 20 damage to itself because it has its power?
A. Yes, it would. [but remember to flip for the Baby Rule!] (Oct 4, 2001 WotC Chat,
Where do I find the threads that you just posted? interested in reading about a lot of old cards
Someone needs to create a casual “rulings nightmare” deck full of cards with ridiculous interactions. For bonus points, throw in the promo cards that exchange the control of the players’ pokemon to ensure that zany things like Brock’s Ninetales vs. Fossil Ditto pop up.
Any specific examples of those “promo cards that exchange control of the players’ Pokemon”?
Also, I’d be up to the task if I didn’t have to spend all day on the compendiums looking for wall-of-text rulings.
Jumbo Zorua & Celebi and some weird early Japanese promos exchange control of the players’ cards
Just a question to anyone who knows. Do there exist jumbo basic energies? Or even jumbo energies at all, basic or specail? I alway thought it would be fun to build a full 60 card jumbo deck, since most jumbo cards are crazy broken.
Somehow I doubt that there since why would they make ‘Basic Water Box’ or something like that?
I should have been more specific. None of those promo cards are legal in any format, to my knowledge. At the very least, most are jumbo cards. You could use “Please Trade” to have a chance for an exchange ( http://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Please_Trade_%28Please_Trade_promo%29 ) but it isn’t a forced exchange…