Politoed (Skyridge H23)

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Politoed  
ニョロトノ Nyorotono
Water
PolitoedSkyridge25.jpg
Illus. Atsuko Nishida
Evolution stage
Poliwhirl
Stage 2 Pokémon
Evolves from Poliwhirl
Card name Politoed
Type Water
HP 110
weakness
Lightning×2
resistance
None
retreat cost
  
English expansion Skyridge
Rarity Rare Holo
English card no. H23/H32
Japanese expansion Split Earth
Japanese rarity Rare Holo
Japanese card no. 031/088
English expansion Skyridge
Rarity Rare
English card no. 25/144
Japanese expansion Split Earth
Japanese rarity Rare
Japanese card no. 030/088
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Politoed.

Politoed (Japanese: ニョロトノ Nyorotono) is a Water-type Stage 2 Pokémon card. It is part of the Skyridge expansion.

Card text

  Sudden Growth [create category]
きゅうせいちょう
Attach any number of basic Energy cards from your hand to Politoed.
    Frog Hop
かえるとび
30+
Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 30 damage plus 20 more damage.
      Energy Splash [create category]
エネスプラッシュ
70
Move 2   Energy cards attached to Politoed to 1 or 2 of your Benched Pokémon. (You may put both on the same Pokémon or 1 each on 2 different Pokémon.) If you have no Benched Pokémon, ignore this effect.


e-Reader data

The card ID of the Holofoil print is E-62. The card ID of the Non Holofoil print is E-62-#. On the Non Holofoil print, the short strip contains Pokédex information, a brief card summary, and information on the content of the long strip. The species, height, and weight are present on the Holofoil print.

Pokédex data

Politoed - Frog Pokémon
No. Height Weight
186 3'7" (1.1 m) 75 lbs. (33.9 kg)
Pokédex entry
When it expands its throat to croak out a tune, nearby Poliwag and Poliwhirl gather immediately.
なきごえが ひびきわたると あちこちから ニョロモや ニョロゾたちが あつまってくる。


Construction: Action

The long strip contains map data for the Construction: Action application.

Trivia

Origin

Frog Hop is an attack that first appeared on Clair's Politoed from Pokémon VS. This card's English e-Reader Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Crystal, whereas the Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Gold.


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