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New page: {{PokémoncardInfobox | title=Dark Persian <small>LV.28</small> | jname=わるいペルシアン | jtrans=Bad Persian | image=100_053_PERSIANdar.jpg‎ | caption=Illus. Ken Sugimori | ...
{{PokémoncardInfobox |
title=Dark Persian <small>LV.28</small> |
jname=わるいペルシアン |
jtrans=Bad Persian |
image=100_053_PERSIANdar.jpg‎ |
caption=Illus. [[Ken Sugimori]] |
name=[[Persian (TCG)|Dark Persian]] |
stage=[[Evolution card|Stage 1 Pokémon]]<br>(Evolves from [[Meowth (TCG)|Meowth]]) |
type={{Colorless-ene}} |
hp=60 |
weakness={{Fight-ene}} |
resistance={{Psy-ene}} |
retreatcost= |
}}
|-
! Set
| Promotional card
|-
! Japanese Rarity
| [[Image:Rare_com.gif]]
|-
! English Rarity
| None
|-
! English Card No.
| 17
|-
! [[Pokémon Card GB 2|Card GB 2 set]]
| [[Promotion Card (Card GB 2)|Promotion Card]]
|-
! [[Pokémon Card GB 2|Card GB 2 ID]]
| P34
|}

'''Dark Persian''' (Japanese: '''わるいペルシアン''' ''Bad Persian'') is a [[Colorless (TCG)|Colorless]]-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It was released as a promotional card.

=Card text=
==Attacks==
{{Cardattack |
cost={{Colorless-ene}} |
name=Tempt |
jname=ゆうわく |
jtrans=Temptation |
damage= |
effect=If your opponent has any Benched Pokémon, flip a coin. If heads, choose 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon and switch it with the Defending Pokémon. |
}}

{{Cardattack |
cost={{Colorless-ene}}{{Colorless-ene}} |
name=Poison Claws |
jname=どくのつめ |
jtrans=Poison Claw |
damage=10 |
effect=Flip a [[coin]]. If heads, the Defending Pokémon is now [[Poisoned (TCG)|Poisoned]]. |
}}

==Pokédex data==
{|{{Graytable}} width="250"
|-
! Species
| Classy Cat Pokémon
|-
! Length
| 3'3" (1m)
|-
! Weight
| 71 lbs (32Kg)
|-
! nowrap | Pokémon No.
| 053
|}
===Flavor text===
;English
:Popular with women because of its beautiful fur. The leader of the Rockets keeps one as a pet.

=Release information=
This card was released as a promotional card. In Japan, it came with vol.3 of ''Pokémon Card Fan Club'', released November 18 1997. The English version of the card was released in the August 2000 issue of [[wp:Nintendo Power|Nintendo Power]] magazine.

=Trivia=
Tempt's Japanese name is that of {{m|Captivate}}, a [[move]] that later appeared in [[Generation IV]] of the [[Pokémon games]].
==Origin==

[[Category:Pokémon cards]]
[[Category:Persian (TCG)]]
[[Category:Colorless-type Pokémon cards]]
[[Category:Evolution cards]]
[[Category:Stage 1 Pokémon cards]]
[[Category:Promotional cards]]
[[Category:Illus. by Ken Sugimori]]