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Zoroark and Legendary Pokémon (World of Illusions promo)

Zoroark and Legendary Pokémon  
ゾロアークと伝説のポケモン Zoroark and Legendary Pokémon
Team Plasma
Darkness
ZoroarkLegendaryPokémonWorldofIllusionsPromo.jpg
Illus. Kouki Saitou
Evolution stage Basic Pokémon
Card name Zoroark and Legendary Pokémon
Type Darkness
Hit Points 500
weakness
Fighting×2
resistance
Psychic-20
retreat cost
  
  
English expansion Miscellaneous Promotional cards
Japanese expansion Unnumbered Promotional cards
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Zoroark.

Zoroark and Legendary Pokémon (Japanese: ゾロアークと伝説のポケモン Zoroark and Legendary Pokémon) is a Darkness-type Basic Pokémon card.

Card text

DarknessFightingMetalColorless
Call of Legends
ちょうじょうだいげきとつ
1000
A fierce battle unfolds between Zoroark and the Legendary Pokémon!

Release information

This card was released as a promotional card. The English version was released in the World of Illusions Box in February 2011. In Japan, upon the release of Clash at the Summit, this card and another promotional card were made available to anyone who bought two booster packs from the expansion.

Trivia

  • This card was only released as a Jumbo card and is therefore not legal to use in tournaments or official events.
  • The Japanese version has a plain foil illustration and border; the English version has the traditional 'cosmic' holographic treatment on the illustration.
  • This card also shares the highest attack damage of any printed card with several other Jumbo promotional cards. The highest base attack damage on any tournament legal card remains 300.

Origin

  • The Legendary Pokémon in the illustration are all one-half of the paired Pokémon LEGEND featured in the Clash at the Summit expansion. Their primary types are also referenced in the Energy required for the attack on the card.
  • The attack names on both the English and Japanese prints share the same names as recently released expansion sets in their respective countries, at the time this card was released. The English print references Call of Legends, which was released in the same month as this card; the Japanese version references Clash at the Summit, which this card was released alongside.


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Last modified on 11 May 2014, at 21:53