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Pokemon: Paldea Evolved booster pack

Pokemon: Paldea Evolved booster pack

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Evolve New Strategies with Powerful Abilities
Pokémon Abilities can make or break a deck, and there are plenty of new ones to look forward to in Scarlet & Violet—Paldea Evolved. Get your game off to a strong start with Squawkabilly ex’s Squawk and Seize Ability, which allows you to discard your hand and draw six cards. Squawk and Seize is reminiscent of Dedenne-GX’s Dedechange Ability or Crobat V’s Dark Asset Ability, with two key differences—you don't have to play the Pokémon from your hand to activate this Ability, but it can be only be used during your first turn. If you’re looking for some explosive Energy acceleration, Forretress ex can flood your board with up to five Basic Energy at a cost—when you use its Exploding Energy Ability, Forretress ex is Knocked Out, giving up two Prize cards. Pelipper and Tinkaton can lend a hand, too, with the former helping you search out or recover a Supporter card and the latter drawing you three cards a turn.

Observe Pokémon in Special Illustrations
Get comfy and relax with Pokémon across Paldea in these special illustrations. Watch over Sprigatito as it curls up in a planter amidst a colorful garden, or vibe with Paldean Wooper as it snoozes in the mud. Be careful not to wake up Raichu from its power nap, and be especially careful around these Maushold as they eat, gather, and sleep together in a tree.

Witness the Power of Pokémon ex
Evolve your gameplay with the Legendary Ruinous Pokémon Wo-Chien and Chi-Yu—who are making their Pokémon TCG debut as Pokémon ex. Wo-Chien ex’s Covetous Ivy attack can really sting when your opponent starts taking Prize cards and help stage a huge comeback! Chi-Yu ex is more focused on putting on early pressure with its Flame Surge attack doing a solid 100 damage and attaching a Basic Energy to up to three Benched Pokémon. Meanwhile, Dedenne ex and Slowking ex show up as Tera Pokémon ex with attacks that can really bring you ahead in a game—Slowking ex’s Wise Headbutt does a respectable 130 damage and allows you to search your deck for up to two cards, while Dedenne ex’s Tail Swap can instantly heal one of your Benched Pokémon by moving those damage counters straight to your opponent’s Active Pokémon.
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