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Exeggutor (Jungle 35)

Exeggutor LV.35
ナッシー Nassy
Team Plasma
Illus. Kagemaru Himeno
Evolution stage
102 Stage 1 Pokémon
Evolves from Exeggcute
Card name Exeggutor
Type Grass
Hit Points 80
retreat cost
English expansion Jungle
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 35/64
Japanese expansion Pokémon Jungle
Japanese rarity Uncommon
Expansion Base Set 2
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 39/130
Card GB set Mystery
Card GB ID C10
Card GB 2 set Legendary Power
Card GB 2 ID B11
Japanese expansion Pokémon Web
Japanese rarity Uncommon
Japanese card no. 020/048
Expansion Legendary Collection
Rarity Rare
English card no. 23/110
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Exeggutor.

Exeggutor (Japanese: ナッシー Nassy) is a Grass-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It was first released as part of the Jungle expansion.

Card text

Psychic Teleport
Switch Exeggutor with one of your Benched Pokémon.
Colorless Big Eggsplosion
Flip a number of coins equal to the number of Energy attached to Exeggutor. This attack does 20 damage times the number of heads.

Pokédex data

Exeggutor - Coconut Pokémon
No. Height Weight
103 6'7" (2 m) 265 lbs. (120 kg)
Pokédex entry
Legend has it that on rare occasions, one of its heads will drop off and continue on as an Exeggcute.

Release information

This card was released in the English Jungle expansion, originating from the Japanese Pokémon Jungle expansion. It was later reprinted in the English Base Set 2 expansion and the English Legendary Collection expansion. In Japan, it was later reprinted in the Pokémon Web expansion.



Teleport is a move in the Pokémon games that Exeggutor can learn, though only in Generation I via TM30. Big Eggsplosion's Japanese name is that of a MAX powered form of Barrage, also a move that Exeggutor can learn. This card's English Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Red and Blue, whereas the Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Red and Green.

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