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Necrozma-GX (Burning Shadows 63)

(Redirected from Necrozma-GX (SM Promo 58))
Necrozma GX  
ネクロズマGX NecrozmaGX
Psychic
NecrozmaGXBurningShadows63.jpg
Regular print
Illus. PLANETA
Evolution stage Basic Pokémon
Card name Necrozma-GX
Type Psychic
Hit Points 180
weakness
Psychic×2
resistance
None
retreat cost
  
English expansion Burning Shadows
Rarity Ultra-Rare Rare
English card no. 63/147
Japanese expansion Darkness that Consumes Light
Japanese rarity RR
Japanese card no. 026/051
English expansion Burning Shadows
Rarity Rare Ultra
English card no. 134/147
Japanese expansion Darkness that Consumes Light
Japanese rarity SR
Japanese card no. 053/051
English expansion Burning Shadows
Rarity Rare Secret
English card no. 153/147
Japanese expansion Darkness that Consumes Light
Japanese rarity HR
Japanese card no. 059/051
English expansion SM Black Star Promos
English card no. SM58
Japanese expansion SM-P Promotional cards
Japanese card no. 220/SM-P
Japanese expansion GX Battle Boost
Japanese rarity RR
Japanese card no. 050/114
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Necrozma.

NecrozmaGX (Japanese: ネクロズマGX NecrozmaGX) is a Psychic-type Basic Pokémon-GX card. It was first released as part of the Burning Shadows expansion.

Contents

Card text

Ability
Light's End
ひかりのおわり
 
Prevent all damage done to this Pokémon by attacks from Colorless Pokémon.
ColorlessColorlessColorless Prismatic Burst
プリズムバースト
10+
Discard all Psychic Energy from this Pokémon. This attack does 60 more damage for each card you discarded in this way.
ColorlessColorlessColorless Black Ray-GX
ブラックレイGX
This attack does 100 damage to each of your opponent's Pokémon-GX and Pokémon-EX. This damage isn't affected by Weakness or Resistance. (You can't use more than 1 GX attack in a game.)
800
When your Pokémon-GX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes 2 Prize cards.


Release information

This card was included as a Regular card, a Full Art card, and as a Secret card in the Burning Shadows expansion, first released in the Japanese Darkness that Consumes Light expansion. The Regular print features artwork by PLANETA, while the Full Art and Secret prints feature artwork by 5ban Graphics. It was reprinted with different artwork by 5ban Graphics as one of the SM Black Star Promos available in the Mysterious Powers Tins, released October 5, 2017. The Burning Shadows Regular print was later reprinted in the Japanese GX Battle Boost subset. The SM Black Star Promotional print was subsequently released in Japan as a SM-P Promotional card, and was 1 of 3 cards that could be redeemed by those who accumulated at least 8 Play Points by participating in various events held as part of Champion's League tournaments. These included the 2018 Nagoya Champion's League, held at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on March 21, 2018 and the 2018 Kyoto Champion's League, held at the Kyoto Pulse Plaza, Kyoto on April 21, 2018. Eligible events included the official Champion's League 2018 tournament, the Flight Battle, the Nagoya Open, the Kyoto Open, and the 3 on 3 Battle. 2 Play Points were awarded for participating in the main Champion's League tournament, with a further 8 Play Points awarded to Junior League competitors who achieved 3 consecutive wins at the First Stage, and 10 Play Points to Senior and Master League competitors who achieved 5 or more wins in the qualifying round. 1 Play Point was awarded for participating in each of the other events. 2 Play Points were awarded for at least 1 win in the Flight Battle, increasing to 3 points for at least 2 wins, and a maximum of 5 points for at least 3 wins. 3 Play Points were awarded for a single win in either of the regional Open Battles, increasing to 5 points for 2 wins, with a maximum of 10 points on offer for 3 wins. 5 bonus Play Points were also awarded to teams in the 3 on 3 Battle that recorded 3 consecutive wins.

The final opportunity for Japanese players to earn the SM-P Promotional print during the 2017-2018 season was at the 2018 Pokémon Japan Championships, which took place at the Makuhari Messe convention center on June 9 and 10, 2018. Participants could redeem 8 accumulated Play Points for either this card, an Espeon-GX promotional card, or an Umbreon-GX promotional card. Play Points could be awarded by competing in any of the three eligible events hosted at the Championships:

  • Pokémon Japan Championships 2018 – The main event comprising qualifying rounds followed by single-elimination rounds. 2 Play Points were awarded for participation. 6 Play Points were awarded to Junior competitors advancing to the Second Stage during the first phase of the qualifying round. 10 Play Points were awarded to Senior and Master competitors achieving 5 or more wins in the qualifying round.
  • Special Cup – A side event played over a maximum of 6 rounds of Swiss, followed by top 4 single-elimination. 1 Play Point was awarded for participation, with an additional 2 Play Points awarded for a win, 4 points for 2 wins, 6 points for 3 wins, 8 points for 4 wins, and 10 points for 5 wins. This event was only held on the second day of the Championships.
  • Flight Battle – A round-robin side event with groups of 4 people, with different regulation tiers available. 1 Play Point was awarded for participation, with 1 additional Play Point awarded for a win, 2 points for 2 wins, and 3 points for 3 wins.

During the 2018-2019 season, the SM-P Promotional print was initially available once again as a 8 Play Point award, this time as 1 of 5 possible redemption prizes. Venues that offered the card as a prize included the 2019 Tokyo Champion's League, held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo on September 16, 2018 and the 2019 Niigata Champion's League, held at Toki Messe, Niigata on December 2, 2018. Play Points could be awarded by taking part in any of the corner events hosted at each venue:

  • Festival Park – An area with various mini-games in which people could earn stamps by completing them. 3 Play Points were awarded for accumulating 4 stamps; 2 Play Points were awarded for accumulating 3 stamps; and 1 Play Point was awarded for accumulating 2 stamps. A maximum of 3 Play Points could be awarded at the Festival Park corner and only 1 stamp could be earned at each mini-game per day. This event was only present at the Tokyo venue.
  • GX Starter Deck Limited Battle – Individual battles using 1 of the 9 pre-constructed GX Starter Decks. 2 Play Points were awarded for participation, with an additional 2 Play Points awarded for those who played 3 matches or more, regardless of the outcome. This event was only present at the Tokyo venue.
  • 4-League Battle – A round-robin side event with groups of 4 people, with different regulation tiers available. 1 Play Point was awarded for participation, with 2 additional Play Points awarded for a win, 3 points for 2 wins, and 5 points for 3 wins.
  • 3 on 3 Battle – Teams of 3 people battle other teams in single matches. Teams with the highest number of wins per round stay on to challenge other teams. 1 Play Point was awarded for participation, with 5 additional Play Points awarded to teams that won 3 rounds in a row.

The SM-P Promotional print was also available at the Certified Tournament for the 2018-2019 season, held at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on February 17, 2019. As with the previous Certified Tournament, participation in side events required Play Tickets to enter; 1 Play Ticket was distributed with the purchase of every 2 packs of Full Metal Wall from vendors. Attendees accumulating 8 Play Points from side events could choose to redeem this card from a selection 6 promotional cards. Details of these side events are as follows:

Battle area:

  • Construction Gunslinger Battle – A single battle with guidance from staff if necessary. Victorious players can go on to challenge a further opponent. 2 Play Tickets per entry, 1 Play Point for participation, with an additional 2 Play Points awarded for a win, and 3 points for 2 wins.
  • Seize the Chance! Last Chance Battle! – Another Construction Gunslinger Battle held later in the day with double points on offer. 4 Play Tickets per entry, 2 Play Points for participation, with an additional 4 Play Points awarded for a win, and 6 points for 2 wins.
  • Construction 3 on 3 Gunslinger Battle – A single 3-player team battle. Victorious teams can go on to challenge another team. 6 Play Tickets per team, 2 Play Points for each participant, with an additional 2 Play Points awarded for a win, and 3 points for 2 wins.

Amusement area:

  • Venue Stamp Rally – Entrants receive a sheet to fill with 5 stamps dotted around the venue hall. 1 Play Ticket per entry, 1 Play Point awarded per completed sheet, limited to 1 per person.
  • Find Pikachu – A card hit game that challenges participants to find a Pikachu card amongst other cards when arranged. 1 Play Ticket per entry, 1 Play Point awarded for finding the Pikachu card.

The final Champion's League meeting of the 2018-2019 season was held in Kyoto at the Kyoto Pulse Plaza on April 14, 2019. The rules regarding Play Point redemption in the Champion's League changed from this meeting so that each subsequent point bracket included prizes from the preceding bracket. Players accumulating 14 Play Points could select to redeem this card from the 6 promotional cards available as well as earning themselves all prizes from lower Play Point brackets. Eligible events included the official Champion's League 2019 tournament, the 4-League Battle, and the Elementary School and Below Limited Battle. 2 Play Points were awarded to Junior League competitors for participating in the official Champion's League 2019 tournament and 6 Play Points were awarded to Senior and Master League competitors who participated in at least 3 qualifying round matches. A further 4 Play Points were awarded to Junior League competitors who achieved 2 consecutive wins at the First Stage during the qualifying round and 8 Play Points to Senior and Master League competitors who achieved 5 or more wins in the qualifying round. 8 Play Points were also awarded to Junior League competitors who reached the single-elimination finals. 2 Play Points were awarded for participating in each of the corner events. Participation points could be earned twice per entrant in the Elementary School and Below Limited Battle, with 2 more Play Points available to those who won a match. In the 4-League Battle, 2 more Play Points were awarded for 1 win, 4 points for 2 wins, and 6 points for a maximum of 3 wins.

The domestic 2018-2019 season culminated in the 2019 Pokémon Japan Championships, held at the Makuhari Messe convention center, Chiba on June 8 and 9, 2019. This card was 1 of 6 Pokémon-GX cards players could select to redeem for 8 Play Points. Points could be earned by taking part in any of the following events:

  • Pokémon Japan Championships 2019 – The main event comprising qualifying rounds followed by single-elimination rounds. 2 Play Points were awarded for participation. 6 Play Points were awarded to Junior competitors advancing to the Second Stage during the first phase of the qualifying round, with an additional 6 Play Points on offer to those who progressed the second phase of the qualifying round. 12 Play Points were awarded to Senior and Master competitors achieving 5 or more wins in the qualifying round.
  • Special Cup – A side event played over a maximum of 6 rounds of Swiss, followed by top 4 single-elimination. 2 Play Points were awarded for participation, with an additional 4 Play Points awarded for a win, 6 points for 2 wins, 8 points for 3 wins, 10 points for 4 wins, and 12 points for 5 wins.
  • 4-player League Battle – A round-robin side event with groups of 4 people, with different regulation tiers available. 2 Play Points were awarded for participation, with 2 additional Play Points awarded for a win, 3 points for 2 wins, and 4 points for 3 wins.
  • 3 on 3 Battle – Teams of 3 people battle other teams in single matches. Teams with the highest number of wins per round stay on to challenge other teams. 2 Play Points were awarded for participation, with 2 additional Play Points awarded to teams that won a match.

The SM-P Promotional print was available once more in the final Sun & Moon Era Champion's League meeting hosted at the start of the 2019-2020 season: the 2020 Tokyo Champion's League, held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo on September 22, 2019. It was 1 of 6 cards competitors could redeem in the 14 and 20-Play Point prize packages. Play Points could only be exchanged once per meeting. Eligible events included the official Champion's League 2020 tournament, the 4-League Battle, the 3 on 3 Battle, and the Shield Battle. 2 Play Points were awarded to Junior League competitors for participating in the official Champion's League 2020 tournament and 6 Play Points were awarded to Senior, Master, and Open League competitors who participated in at least 3 qualifying round matches. A further 4 Play Points were awarded to Junior League competitors who achieved 2 consecutive wins at the First Stage during the qualifying round and 8 Play Points to Senior, Master, and Open League competitors who achieved 5 or more wins in the qualifying round. 8 Play Points were also awarded to Junior League competitors who reached the single-elimination finals. 2 Play Points were awarded for participating in either the 4-League Battle or 3 on 3 Battle, while 4 Play Points were awarded for participating in the Shield Battle. 2 Play Points were awarded per win in any of these 3 events.

The Japanese promotional print features the Champion's League 2018 logo on the left edge of the illustration.

Gallery

NecrozmaGXBurningShadows63.jpg
Regular print
Illus. PLANETA
NecrozmaGXBurningShadows134.jpg
Full Art print
Illus. 5ban Graphics
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
NecrozmaGXBurningShadows153.jpg
Secret print
Illus. 5ban Graphics
NecrozmaGXSMPromo58.jpg
SM Promotional print
Illus. 5ban Graphics
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
RioluDiamondPearl61.jpg
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori


Trivia

Origin


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