[L][C] Thunder Jolt: 40
This Pokémon does 20 damage to itself.
It’s in its nature to store electricity. It feels stressed now and then if it’s unable to fully discharge the electricity.
Shuffle your hand into your deck. Then, draw a card for each card in your opponent’s hand.
[C] Tone-Deaf: 10
Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Confused.
It mimics the cries of other Pokémon to trick them into thinking it’s one of them. This way they won’t attack it.
[C] Peck: 10
[C][C] Double Peck: 20×
Flip 2 coins. This attack does 20 damage for each heads.
A two-headed Pokémon that was discovered as a sudden mutation. It runs at a pace of over 60 miles per hour.
[C][C] Escaping Incisors: 70
If your opponent’s Active Pokémon is an Evolution Pokémon, switch this Pokémon with 1 of your Benched Pokémon.
People say that it fled from its enemies by using its small webbed hind feet to swim from island to island in Alola.
[C][C] Ball Roll: 20×
Flip a coin until you get tails. This attack does 20 damage for each heads.
Recordings of Jigglypuff’s strange lullabies can be purchased from department stores. These CDs can be found near the bedding area.
[M] Steel Melt: 10+
If your opponent’s Active Pokémon is a [M] Pokémon, this attack does 40 more damage.
It melts particles of iron and other metals found in the subsoil, so it can absorb them into its body of molten steel.
[C][C][C] Grandiose Fangs: 30
If your opponent’s Pokémon is Knocked Out by damage from this attack, this Pokémon’s attacks do 120 more damage to your opponent’s Active Pokémon during your next turn (before applying Weakness and Resistance).
Alola, where it’s warm all year round, is a comfortable environment for this Pokémon. Sometimes you’ll even see it outside of deserts.
Choose a random card from your opponent’s hand. Your opponent reveals that card and shuffles it into their deck.
It has a weakness for shiny things. It’s been known to sneak into the nests of Gabite—noted collectors of jewels—in search of treasure.
[F] Defense Curl
Flip a coin. If heads, prevent all damage done to this Pokémon by attacks during your opponent’s next turn.
[C][C][C] Rock Throw: 40
Geodude that have lived a long life have had all their edges smoothed out until they’re totally round. They also have a calm, quiet disposition.
Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Asleep.
[P][C][C] Psypunch: 30
It can be spotted near recreational facilities, intending to eat the pleasant dreams of children who enjoyed themselves there that day.
[P] Sinister Fog
Your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Poisoned. Put 1 damage counter on each of your opponent’s Benched Pokémon.
On moonless nights, Haunter searches for someone to curse, so it’s best not to go out walking around.
Flip a coin. If heads, your opponent’s Active Pokémon is now Paralyzed.
[P][C] Tail Smack: 20
By dislocating its jaw, it can swallow prey larger than itself. After a meal, it curls up and rests.
[C] Call for Family
Search your deck for up to 2 Basic Pokémon and put them onto your Bench. Then, shuffle your deck.
[W][C][C] Surprise Fist: 60+
You and your opponent play Rock-Paper-Scissors. If you win, this attack does 60 more damage.
The tradition known as Pyukumuku chucking started from the custom of throwing Pyukumuku back into the sea after they wash onshore.