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Sand Box 3 Start: That is all the popular/staple cards in the Unlimited Format
 
 
'''===Draw Power'''===
 
*'''{{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Uxie|43}}''' - When played from the hand, its Poké-Power allows the player to draw until there are 7 cards in his or her hand.
*'''{{TCG ID|Roaring Skies|Shaymin-EX|77}}''' - Similar to {{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Uxie|43}}; the player draws until 6 cards and it is an Ability rather than a Poké-Power.
*'''{{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Unown R|77}}''' - Considered a “deck thinner;” itsIts ''Retire'' Poké-Power allows the player to discard it from the Bench in order to draw a card.
*'''{{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Unown|30}}''' - Its Ability has the same effect as {{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Unown R|77}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Great Encounters|Claydol|15}}''' - Its Poké-Power lets the player put oneup orto two2 cards intoon the bottome of their deck and draw until 6 cards in the hand. This provides consistent draw power throughout the game. Speed Unlimited format decks often use the ''Trainer draw engine'' ({{TCG ID|Base Set|Professor Oak|88}}, {{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Erika|16}}, {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Poké Drawer +|89}}, etc) rather than Claydol
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Professor Oak|88}}''' - Powerful draw power, the player discards his or her hand and draws 7 cards. It has the same effect as {{TCG ID|Black & White|Professor Juniper|101}} and {{TCG ID|XY|Professor Sycamore|122}}, except it is ''not'' a Supporter card.
*'''{{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Erika|16}}''' - Powerful draw power, the player draws up to 3 cards.
*'''{{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Secret Mission|118}}''' - A viable alternative to {{ TCG ID|Base Set|Professor Oak|88}}. The player discards any number of cards of his or her hand in order to draw that many cards.
*'''{{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Misty's Wrath|114}}''' - A “deck thinner.” The player looks at the top 7 cards of the deck, puts 2 into his or her hand and discards the rest.
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*'''{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Poké Drawer +|89}}''' - Playing a single copy will allow the player to draw a card; playing 2 copies allows the player to search the Deck for any 2 cards.
 
'''Search Power'''
 
===Search Power===
*'''{{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Bebe's Search|89}}''' - Search the deck for a Pokémon.
*'''{{TCG ID|Secret Wonders|Roseanne's Research|125}}''' - Search the deck for up to two2 Basic Pokémon and/or Basic Energy cards.
*'''{{TCG ID|HeartGold & SoulSilver|Pokémon Collector|97}}''' - Search the deck for up to three3 Basic Pokémon.
*'''{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|Brigette|134}}''' - Search the deck for up to three3 non-Pokémon-EX Basic Pokémon and place them on the Bench.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base SetSkyridge|Computer SearchOracle|71138}}''' - Search the deck for any one2 card.cards Sinceand theplace {{TCG|Acethem Specon card|Ace Spec}} version is ''not'' considered a re-print, a player may use more than onetop of the Basedeck Setafter Computershuffling Searchit.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Computer Search|71}}''' - Search the deck for any card. Since the {{TCG|Ace Spec card|Ace Spec}} version is ''not'' considered a re-print, a player may use more than one copy of the Base Set Computer Search.
*'''{{TCG ID|Next Destinies|Level Ball|89}}''' - Search deck for a Pokémon with 90 HP or less. It is capable of searching most Pokémon used in the Unlimited format.
*'''{{TCG ID|Stormfront|Luxury Ball|86}}''' - Like {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Bebe's Search|89}} except not a Supporter.
*'''{{TCG ID|Dark Explorers|Ultra Ball|102}}''' - Has a similar effect to {{TCG ID|Stormfront|Luxury Ball|86}}, but the player must discard 2 cards from his or her hand.
 
===Evolution Aids===
 
'''Evolution Aids'''
 
*'''{{TCG ID|Platinum|Broken Time-Space|104}}''' - Allows the player to evolve Pokémon that were played, evolved, or devolved on the same turn. Also allows evolution on the first turn.
*'''{{TCG ID|Arceus|Spiritomb|32}}''' - Allows the player to search the deck for an Evolution card and evolve a Benched Pokémon with its ''Darkness Grace'' attack. ''Darkness Grace'' evolves a Pokémon from the deck--this allows a counter to "Evolution Lock"
*'''{{TCG ID|EX Holon Phantoms|Rare Candy|90}}''' - Allows the player to skip the Stage 1 Pokémon. '''Cannot''' be used on a Pokémon that was played that turn (or on the player’s first turn), '' '''even if''' {{TCG ID|Platinum|Broken Time-Space|104}} is in play.''
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Pokémon Breeder|76}}''' - Similar to {{TCG ID|EX Holon Phantoms|Rare Candy|90}}. '''Can''' be used on a Pokémon that was played that turn (or on the player’s first turn), '' '''if''' {{TCG ID|Platinum|Broken Time-Space|104}} is in play''
 
===Recovery Cards===
'''Recovery Cards'''
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Item Finder|74}}''' - Used to retrieve a Trainer card from the discard pile.
*'''{{TCG ID|Plasma Storm|Dowsing Machine|128}}''' - The exact effect as {{TCG ID|Base Set|Item Finder|74}}, except it is an Ace Spec card.
*'''{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Lysandre's Trump Card|99}}''' - Critical card for the Unlimited Format; shuffles both player's discard pile into their deck. Essentially allows an infinite loop through the deck if combined with the correct cards.
*'''{{TCG ID|EX FireRed & LeafGreen|VS Seeker|100}}''' - Get a Supporter card from the discard pile. Useful in recovering {{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Lysandre's Trump Card|99}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Flashfire|Pal Pad|92}}''' - Shuffle two2 Supporter cards from the discard pile into the deck. Useful in recovering {{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Lysandre's Trump Card|99}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|EX Team Rocket Returns|Pokémon Retriever|84}}''' - Allows the player to recover Pokémon from the discard pile, either 1 card to his or her hand or 3 cards to his or her deck.
 
===General Lock, Counter, and Tech Cards===
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Gust of Wind|93}}''' - Gives the player field control by allowing them to choose what Pokémon their opponent has active. Does not require a coin flip like {{TCG ID|Emerging Powers|Pokémon Catcher|95}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Erika's Perfume|110}}''' - Allows the player to view the opponent’s hand and choose Basic Pokémon and put them on the Bench. This is a great counter to cards like {{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Uxie|43}} and {{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Mesprit|34}}.
 
*'''General{{TCG Lock,ID|Base Counter,Set|Pokémon and Tech CardsFlute|86}}''' - Allows the player to place a Pokémon from the opponent’s discard pile onto his or her Bench. This is useful to knock out a low HP Pokémon or a Pokémon-EX for two Prize cards.
*'''{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Target Whistle|106}}''' - Has the same effect as {{TCG ID|Base Set|Pokémon Flute|86}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Gust of Wind|93}}''' - Gives the player field control by allowing them to choose what Pokémon their opponent has active. Does not require a coin flip like {{TCG ID|Emerging Powers|Pokémon Catcher|95}} .
*'''{{TCG ID|Gym Heroes|Erika's Perfume|110}}''' - Allows the player to view the opponent’s hand and choose Basic Pokémon and put them on the Bench. This is a great counter to cards like {{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Uxie|43}} and {{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Mesprit|34}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Azelf|19}}''' - When played from the hand, its Poké-Power allows the player to look at their Prize cards and switch a card in his or her hand with a Pokémon that is prized.
*'''{{TCG ID|Team Rocket|Rattata|66}}''' - Its Pokémon Power allows the player to switch the top card of the deck with a Prize card.
*'''{{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Regice|36}}''' - Its Poké-Power allows a counter to an opponent's {{TCG ID|Arceus|Spiritomb|32}} “Item card lock” by sending it to the Bench.
*'''{{TCG ID|Flashfire|Lysandre|90}}''' - Has the same effect as {{TCG ID|Base Set|Gust of Wind|93}} but, since it is a Supporter card, it can be used as a counter to an opponent's {{TCG ID|Arceus|Spiritomb|32}} "Item card lock".
*'''{{TCG ID|DragonsPrimal ExaltedClash|GarbodorSilent Lab|54140}}''' - WhenStadium itcard hasthat aprovides an "Ability lock" on Basic Pokémon. It Toolis a attachedcounter to it,an its ''Garbotoxin'opponent's Ability{{TCG providesID|Arceus|Spiritomb|32}} an“Item "Abilitycard lock".
*'''{{TCG ID|Dragons Exalted|Garbodor|54}}''' - When it has a Pokémon Tool attached to it, its ''Garbotoxin'' Ability provides an "Ability lock".
*'''{{TCG ID|Fossil|Muk|13}}''' - Its Pokémon Power provides an "Ability lock" just like {{TCG ID|Dragons Exalted|Garbodor|54}} does; however, Muk does not need a Pokémon Tool card attached to it.
*'''{{TCG ID|EX Dragon|Muk ex|96}}''' - Its ''Toxic Gas'' Poké-Body provides a "Poké-Power and Poké-Body lock" when it is the Active Pokémon; however, Abilities and Pokémon Powers are still usable. This is a watered down version of the earlier printed {{TCG ID|Fossil|Muk|13}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Team Rocket|Goop Gas Attack|78}}''' - This Trainer card provides the same "Ability lock" as [[Muk (Fossil 13)|Fossil Muk]]; however, it is temporary, only lasting until the end of the opponent's next turn.
*'''{{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Hex Maniac|75}}''' - This Supporter card provides the same effect as {{TCG ID|Team Rocket|Goop Gas Attack|78}}. Since it is a Supporter card, it can be used as a counter to an opponent's {{TCG ID|Arceus|Spiritomb|32}} "Item card lock".
*'''{{TCG ID|Legends Awakened|Mesprit|34}}''' - Its ''Psychic Bind'' Poké-Power provides a temporary "Poké-Power lock" during your opponent's next turn.
*'''{{TCG ID|Team Rocket|Dark Vileplume|13}}''' - Its Pokémon Power ''Hay Fever'' provides a full "Trainer lock."
*'''{{TCG ID|Undaunted|Vileplume|24}}''' - Its Poké-Body provides an "Item card lock." '''{{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Vileplume|3}}''' does the same with its Ability.
*'''{{TCG ID|Neo Discovery|Igglybuff|40}}''' - Its Pokémon Power allows the player to shut-off an opponent's Benched Pokémon's Pokémon Power. This is effective in disabling various locks, i.e. {{TCG ID|Fossil|Aerodactyl|1}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|EX Crystal Guardians|Windstorm|85}}''' - Discards up to 2 in any combination of Stadium or Pokémon Tool cards in play. This allows a general counter to various Pokémon Tool and Stadium Cards that are detrimental. It also allows a counter to {{TCG ID|Dragons Exalted|Garbodor|54}}'s ''Garbotoxin'' Ability by discarding the Pokémon Tool attached to it.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Energy Removal|92}}''' - Discard an Energy card attached to an opponent's Pokémon.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Super Energy Removal|79}}''' - Discard an Energy attached to one of the player's Pokémon in order to discard 2 Energy cards attached to an opponent's Pokémon.
*'''{{TCG ID|Unleashed|Judge|78}}''' - Both players shuffle his or her hand into their deck and draws a new hand of 4 cards. '''{{TCG ID|Skyridge|Desert Shaman|123}}''' provides nearly the identical effect.
*'''{{TCG ID|XY|Red Card|124}}''' - This Trainer card is similar to {{TCG ID|Unleashed|Judge|78}}, but only affects the opponent's hand.
*'''{{TCG ID|Gym Challenge|Warp Point|126}}''' - Both players switch their Active Pokémon with a Benched Pokémon. '''{{TCG ID|Plasma Storm|Escape Rope|120}}''' has the same effect.
 
===General Unlimited Cards===
 
'''General Unlimited Cards'''
*'''{{TCG ID|Great Encounters|Porygon2|49}}''' - Its ''Download'' Poké-Power allows the player to use an extra Supporter card.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base SetStormfront|Scoop UpSableye|7848}}''' - Its ''Overeager'' Poké-Body makes the player go first; this is highly advantageous for decks that use a donk-city strategy. Its ''Impersonate'' Attack allows the player to search the deck for a Supporter card and use the effect of it as the attack; this can allow a speedy set up.
'''{{TCG ID|Platinum|Crobat G|47}}''' - When it is played from the hand, its Poké-Power allows the player to place a damage counter on an opponent's Pokémon.
*'''{{TCG ID|Base Set|Scoop Up|78}}''' - The player chooses a Pokémon and returns the Basic Pokémon to his or her hand (other cards are discarded).
*'''{{TCG ID|Neo Genesis|Super Scoop Up|98}}''' - On heads, the player returns a Pokémon and all cards attached to it to his or her hand.
*'''{{TCG ID|Plasma Blast|Scoop Up Cyclone|95}}''' - Allows the player to return a Pokémon and all cards attached to it to his or her hand.
*'''{{TCG ID|EX Team Rocket Returns|Swoop! Teleporter|92}}''' - Switches a Basic Pokémon in play with a Basic Pokémon in the deck. This is useful for making more room on the Bench.
*'''{{TCG ID|Triumphant|Seeker|88}}''' - Each player returns a Benched Pokémon to his or her hand. When it is combined with {{TCG ID|Great Encounters|Porygon2|49}} and recovery methods, the player can effectively remove all of the opponent's Benched Pokémon.
 
'''===General Energy Cards'''===
* '''{{TCG|Double Colorless Energy}}''' - Provides {{e}} {{e}}.
*'''{{TCG ID|Aquapolis|Boost Energy|145}}''' - Provides {{e}} {{e}} {{e}}, but can only be attached to Evolved Pokémon.
*'''{{TCG ID|Team Rocket|Rainbow Energy|17}}''' - {{e|rainbow}}: provides any type of Energy.
*'''{{TCG ID|EX Team Magma vs Team Aqua|Double Rainbow Energy|88}}''' - {{e|rainbow}} {{e|rainbow}}: provides two of any combination of Energy, but can only be attached to evolved Pokémon.
'''{{TCG ID|Skyridge|Cyclone Energy|143}}''' - Provides {{e}}. Allows another method of disabling an opponent's {{TCG ID|Arceus|Spiritomb|32}} "Item card lock".
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