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{{ExpansionPrevNext | prev=Legends Awakened | next=Platinum }}
{{TCGExpansionInfobox
| setname = Diamond & Pearl - Stormfront
| janextsetname = Galactic's Conquest
}}
'''Diamond & Pearl - Stormfront''' (Japanese: '''破空の激闘''' ''Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky'') is the name given to the seventh and final expansion of cards of the English Diamond & Pearl eraSeries of the TCG. The Japanese release is the sixth and final of the Japanese DP Era.
 
==Description==
<i>The Sky Darkens... The Earth Trembles... The Storm is Coming!
 
A turbulent force is approaching and it's on a collision course with everything you thought you knew about the Pokémon TCG! In Diamond & Pearl--Stormfront, you are met head-on by powerful Pokémon unrestrained and never holding anything back! In this frenzy you'll find new Pokémon LV.X, Trainer cards that power up when played together, and the dramatic entrance of some of the most popular Pokémon ever! The time has come to enter the storm, and witness this awe-inspiring spectacle first hand!</i>
 
==Information==
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The Japanese release was in commemoration of the eleventh movie ''[[M11|Giratina and the Sky's Bouquet: Shaymin]]'', which debuted in theaters a little more than a week later. Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky features the debut of {{p|Shaymin}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]; however, as the movie wasn't going to be released until about seven months later in the United States, all of the movie related [[Legendary Pokémon]]—Shaymin, {{p|Giratina}}, and {{p|Dialga}}—were saved for the English {{TCG|Platinum}} expansion, which was released within the same week as the movie. Thus, the English release was forced to pick up new focuses based on the card that were left over.
 
[[File:SF Regigigas Artwork.jpg|left|thumb|200px|Saitou's Regigigas art]]
The {{TCG|booster pack}} artwork for this expansion features {{p|Infernape}}, {{p|Torterra}}, {{p|Dusknoir}}, and {{p|Regigigas}}. Infernape and Torterra were featured in the expansion as Rare Holofoil cards, while Dusknoir and Regigigas were two of five Pokémon featured as {{TCG|Pokémon LV.X}}, the others being {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Raichu}}, and {{p|Heatran}}. The {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s {{TCG|Raging Sea}} and {{TCG|Dark Rampage}} feature {{p|Gyarados}} and {{p|Tyranitar}} respectively, with Raging Sea containing {{ct|Water}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, and Dark Rampage including {{ct|Darkness}} and {{ct|Fighting}} Pokémon. The illustrations are done by [[Kouki Saitou]].
 
The expansion introduces several other features that will remain prominent inclusions throughout the subsequent Platinum Series. [[Shiny Pokémon]] return to the card game after last being featured at the end of the [[Generation III]] EX Series expansions. The three Shiny Pokémon cards are featured at the end of the expansion with their own numbering (starting at SH1) that continued throughout the {{TCG|Platinum}}, {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}, and {{TCG|Platinum: Arceus|Arceus}} expansions. Although printed as regular cards in the Japanese expansion, the English prints came in only Mirror Reverse Holofoil. Also included were the first releases of {{TCG|retro card}}s, a series of reprinted cards from the Original Series updated to the current standards of the [[Generation IV]]. In this expansion, re-releases of [[Mitsuhiro Arita]]'s {{TCG|Base Set}} {{TCG ID|Base Set|Charmander|46}}, {{TCG ID|Base Set|Charmeleon|24}}, and {{TCG ID|Base Set|Charizard|4}} were included with updated illustrations, card layout, and card text for the current standards. This feature continues through the Platinum Series, but ends with Supreme Victors. They are included in the English expansion as {{TCG|Secret card}}s. Stormfront marks the end of [[held item]]s appearing the the TCG, but introduces {{TCG|Trainer card}}s with a + at the end of their name, which each have a different effect depending on whether the player uses one or two of the same card at a time.
 
Pokémon LV.X in the Japanese release feature a new printing style not used on any of the Pokémon LV.X beforehand: each of the six Pokémon LV.X feature a Glossy overlay overtop their Cosmos Holofoil. Since it only started with Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky, this feature is exclusive to the in-set print of {{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Heatran LV.X|15}}, not being included on the {{TCG|DP-P Promotional cards|DP-P Promotional print}} release four months prior. Additionally, because of the earlier promotional release, Heatran LV.X was not provided with a regular Heatran to Level Up from, causing Heatran LV.X to be useless in a {{TCG|limited format}} setting. This is a trend continuing from {{TCG|Secret of the Lakes}} {{TCG ID|DP-P Promo|Lucario LV.X|4}}, {{TCG|Moonlit Pursuit}} {{TCG ID|DP-P Promo|Garchomp LV.X|58}}, and {{TCG|Temple of Anger}} {{TCG ID|DP-P Promo|Porygon-Z LV.X|75}}. Each of these promotional Pokémon LV.X were made available as inserts in the previous sets' Official Visual Books.
 
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There{{Setlist/header|title=Additional was also significant dispute amongst Pokémon players online over the translation of the Japanese set name. Some claimed that "Fierce Fighting in Broken Space" was a more accurate translation of the name and should be used in spite of the fact that "Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky" was more commonly used; however, the latter translation was ultimately deemed to be the more accurate of the two.cards|tablecol=8B5384|bordercol=13042B|cellcol=E5A800|promo=yes|symbol=no}}
{{Setlist/entry|10/100|{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Sceptile|10}}|Grass|||Non Holo {{TCG|Raging Sea}} Theme Deck exclusive}}
{{Setlist/entry|19/100|{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Gyarados|19}}|Water|||Cosmos Holo {{TCG|Raging Sea}} Theme Deck exclusive}}
{{Setlist/entry|30/100|{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Tyranitar|30}}|Darkness|||Cosmos Holo {{TCG|Dark Rampage}} Theme Deck exclusive}}
{{Setlist/entry|45/100|{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Pichu|45}}|Lightning|||Mirror Reverse Holofoil "Platinum" stamped [[2009 Burger King promotional Pokémon toys|Burger King]] exclusive (June 2009)}}
{{Setlist/entry|46/100|{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Piloswine|46}}|Fighting|||"Prerelease" stamp {{TCG|Prerelease cards|Prerelease promo}}}}
{{Setlist/entry|46/100|{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Piloswine|46}}|Fighting|||Staff "Prerelease" stamp {{TCG|Prerelease cards|Prerelease promo}}}}
{{Setlist/footer|cellcol=E5A800|rarity=yes|promo=yes}}
 
==Card lists==
{{Col-2}}
{{Setlist/header|title=Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|tablecol=A5C254|bordercol=731A6A|cellcol=D37E93|rarity=yes|symbol=yes|image=SetSymbolIntense Fight in the Destroyed Sky.png}}
{{Setlist/entry|001/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Tangela|1}}|Grass||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|002/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Tangrowth|2}}|Grass||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|003/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Scyther|3}}|Grass||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|004/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Scizor|4}}|Grass||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|005/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Sceptile|5}}|Grass||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|006/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Combee|6}}|Grass||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|007/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Vespiquen|7}}|Grass||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|008/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Cherubi|8}}|Grass||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|009/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Cherrim|9}}|Grass||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|010/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Skorupi|10}}|Grass||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|011/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Shaymin|11}}|Grass||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|012/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Shaymin LV.X|12}}|Grass||Rare Holo LV.X|}}
{{Setlist/entry|013/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Ponyta|13}}|Fire||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|014/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Rapidash|14}}|Fire||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|015/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Heatran LV.X|15}}|Fire||Rare Holo LV.X|}}
{{Setlist/entry|016/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Magikarp|16}}|Water||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|017/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Gyarados|17}}|Water||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|018/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Bibarel|18}}|Water||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|019/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Finneon|19}}|Water||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|020/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Lumineon|20}}|Water||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|021/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Snover|21}}|Water||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|022/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Abomasnow|22}}|Water||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|023/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Pichu|23}}|Lightning||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|024/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Pikachu|24}}|Lightning||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|025/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Raichu|25}}|Lightning||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|026/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Raichu LV.X|26}}|Lightning||Rare Holo LV.X|}}
{{Setlist/entry|027/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Voltorb|27}}|Lightning||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|028/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Voltorb|28}}|Lightning||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|029/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Electrode|29}}|Lightning||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|030/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Gastly|30}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|031/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Haunter|31}}|Psychic||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|032/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Gengar|32}}|Psychic||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|033/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Misdreavus|33}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|034/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Mismagius|34}}|Psychic||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|035/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Budew|35}}|Psychic||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|036/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Roselia|36}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|037/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Roserade|37}}|Psychic||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|038/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Duskull|38}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|039/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Duskull|39}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|040/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Dusclops|40}}|Psychic||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|041/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Dusknoir|41}}|Psychic||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|042/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Dusknoir LV.X|42}}|Psychic||Rare Holo LV.X|}}
{{Setlist/entry|043/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Drifloon|43}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|044/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Drifloon|44}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|045/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Drifblim|45}}|Psychic||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|046/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Bronzor|46}}|Psychic||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|047/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Bronzong|47}}|Psychic||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|048/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Giratina|48}}|Psychic||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|049/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Machop|49}}|Fighting||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|050/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Machoke|50}}|Fighting||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|051/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Machamp|51}}|Fighting||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|052/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Machamp LV.X|52}}|Fighting||Rare Holo LV.X|}}
{{Setlist/entry|053/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Onix|53}}|Fighting||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|054/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Swinub|54}}|Fighting||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|055/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Piloswine|55}}|Fighting||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|056/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Mamoswine|56}}|Fighting||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|057/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Larvitar|57}}|Fighting||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|058/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Pupitar|58}}|Fighting||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|059/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Torterra|59}}|Fighting||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|060/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Infernape|60}}|Fighting||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|061/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Tyranitar|61}}|Darkness||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|062/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Sableye|62}}|Darkness||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|063/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Stunky|63}}|Darkness||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|064/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Skuntank|64}}|Darkness||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|065/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Drapion|65}}|Darkness||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|066/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Magnemite|66}}|Metal||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|067/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Magneton|67}}|Metal||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|068/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Magnezone|68}}|Metal||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|069/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Steelix|69}}|Metal||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|070/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Empoleon|70}}|Metal||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|071/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Dialga|71}}|Metal||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|072/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Bagon|72}}|Colorless||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|073/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Shelgon|73}}|Colorless||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|074/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Salamence|74}}|Colorless||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|075/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Starly|75}}|Colorless||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|076/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Staravia|76}}|Colorless||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|077/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Staraptor|77}}|Colorless||Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|078/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Bidoof|78}}|Colorless||Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|079/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Regigigas|79}}|Colorless||Rare Holo|}}
{{Setlist/entry|080/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Regigigas LV.X|80}}|Colorless||Rare Holo LV.X|}}
{{Setlist/entry|081/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Luxury Ball|81}}|Trainer||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|082/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Great Ball|82}}|Trainer||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|083/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Poké Drawer +|83}}|Trainer||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|084/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Poké Healer +|84}}|Trainer||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|085/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Poké Blower +|85}}|Trainer||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|086/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Energy Link|86}}|Trainer||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|087/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Marley's WishRequest|87}}|Supporter||Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|088/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Cyclone Energy|88}}|Energy|Colorless|Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|089/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Warp Energy|89}}|Energy|Colorless|Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|090/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Charmander|90}}|Fire||Ultra-Rare Common|}}
{{Setlist/entry|091/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Charmeleon|91}}|Fire||Ultra-Rare Uncommon|}}
{{Setlist/entry|092/092|{{TCG ID|Intense Fight in the Destroyed Sky|Charizard|92}}|Fire||Ultra-Rare Rare|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Grass Energy|Energy|Grass|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Fire Energy|Energy|Fire|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Water Energy|Energy|Water|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Lightning Energy|Energy|Lightning|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Psychic Energy|Energy|Psychic|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Fighting Energy|Energy|Fighting|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Darkness Energy|Energy|Darkness|None|}}
{{Setlist/entry|None|Metal Energy|Energy|Metal|None|}}
{{Setlist/footer|cellcol=D37E93}}
|}
 
==GalleryPack artwork==
<gallery>{{MerchGallery |
File:DP6background=8B5384 Booster.jpg|Japanese booster pack
File:DP7border=13042B Booster Torterra.jpg|English booster pack ({{p|Torterra}})
File:image1=DP7 Booster InfernapeTorterra.jpg|English booster pack ({{p|Infernape}})
File:DP7 Booster Dusknoir.jpg|caption1=English boosterTorterra packPack ({{p|Dusknoir}})
File:image2=DP7 Booster RegigigasInfernape.jpg|English booster pack ({{p|Regigigas}})
</gallery>caption2=English Infernape Pack |
image3=DP7 Booster Dusknoir.jpg |
caption3==Trivia==English Dusknoir Pack |
*image5=DP7 TheBooster set includes {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Heatran LVRegigigas.X|97}},jpg continuing a trend in which promotional LV.X cards are reprinted in the set released immediately after their promotional release. This was also the case with {{TCG|Lucario}}, {{TCG|Garchomp}} and {{TCG|Porygon-Z}}.
*caption5=English TheRegigigas setPack includes the first Pokémon of the DP Series to have a retreat cost of five ({{TCG ID|Stormfront|Mamoswine|21}}).
*image6=DP6 TheBooster.jpg set's booster pack designs feature {{P|Infernape}}, {{P|Torterra}}, {{P|Regigigas}} and {{P|Dusknoir}}.
*caption6=Japanese TheBooster set'sPack prerelease card is {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Piloswine|46}}.
* The set includes three {{TCG|retro cards}} included as {{TCG|secret cards}}, namely {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Charmander|101}}, {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Charmeleon|102}} and {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Charizard|103}}, that are not part of the actual card list and are re-releases of the cards originally contained in the {{TCG|Base Set}}.
 
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