When Pokémon-ex has been Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.
Magic Odds インパールバリア
If Mr. Mime ex would be damaged by an attack, prevent that attack's damage done to Mr. Mime ex if that damage is 10, 30, 50, 70, 90, 110, 130, 150, or 170.
Count the number of cards in your opponent's hand. Put that many damage counters on the Defending Pokémon.
This card is mostly identical to the other Mr. Mime ex released in the set. The only difference between the two is the damage amounts prevented by their Poké-Bodies.
Despite the Poké-Body's name, every amount of damage prevented by Magic Odds is actually even. Presumably, the name is referring to the fact that all the amounts are odd numbers when divided by 10.
Magic Odds' Japanese name is a reference to the Battle of Imphal, considered to be one of Japan's largest defeats during World War II. The "odd" numbers of damage in the Poké-Body acknowledge that from a Japanese point of view. The same reference is also applied in the counterpart Mr. Mime in the set, but of a Japanese victory instead. It is no surprise that Nintendo altered the names during translation, as it references war and takes an arguably biased viewpoint of pivotal battles in the context of the Poké-Body effect.