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Zapdos (Duel 269)

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Zapdos
サンダー Thunder
ZapdosDuel269.png
Evolution stage 1
Figure name Zapdos
Move Points 2
Types
Electric Flying
Version Unknown
Rarity EX
ID 269
Price 4000Material
Shiny variant
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Figure name Shiny Zapdos
Version Unknown
ID 1
Price 4000Material
For more information on the Pokémon this figure depicts, see Zapdos.

Zapdos (Japanese: サンダー Thunder) is a figure in Pokémon Duel.

Contents

Abilities

Version 7.0.7

Soar ひしょう
This Pokémon may MP move over Pokémon on the field that don't have Soar. If this Pokémon has a Charge marker, it gains +1 MP and deals +30 damage.


Version -7.0.6

Soar ひしょう
This Pokémon can fly over Pokémon that don't have Soar using an MP move.


Attack wheel

Version 7.0.0

Duel Z-Move.png Gigavolt Havoc スパーキングギガボルト 96 pt.
200
The battle opponent and a succession of Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent (other than this Pokémon) become paralyzed.
Duel Z-Move.png Supersonic Skystrike ファイナルダイブクラッシュ 96 pt.
200
Any Pokémon adjacent to the battle opponent other than this Pokémon spin. Those that spin White Attacks move to the bench. This Pokémon gains Wait 3.
Steel Wing はがねのつばさ 16 pt.
50
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Thunder Crash サンダークラッシュ 32 pt.
100
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Miss ミス 12 pt.
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Roost はねやすめ 16 pt.
This Pokémon recovers from all status effects. In exchange, it must then Wait 3.
Thunder Charge サンダーチャージ 20 pt.
★★
This Pokémon gains a charge marker. You may remove the charge marker at the start of your turn. On the turn in which the charge marker is removed, this Pokémon, instead of attacking, may cause an adjacent opposing Pokémon and a succession of Pokémon adjacent to it (other than this Pokémon) to become paralyzed (without attacking). If it does, your turn ends.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Version 6.0.7-6.2.11

Steel Wing はがねのつばさ 16 pt.
50
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Thunder Crash サンダークラッシュ 32 pt.
100
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Miss ミス 12 pt.
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Roost はねやすめ 16 pt.
This Pokémon recovers from all status effects. In exchange, it must then Wait 3.
Thunder Charge サンダーチャージ 20 pt.
★★
This Pokémon gains a charge marker. You may remove the charge marker at the start of your turn. On the turn in which the charge marker is removed, this Pokémon, instead of attacking, may cause an adjacent opposing Pokémon and a succession of Pokémon adjacent to it (other than this Pokémon) to become paralyzed (without attacking). If it does, your turn ends.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Prior to version 6.0.7

Steel Wing はがねのつばさ 16 pt.
50
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Thunder Crash サンダークラッシュ 32 pt.
100
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Miss ミス 12 pt.
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Roost はねやすめ 16 pt.
This Pokémon recovers from all status effects. In exchange, it must then Wait 3.
Thunder Charge サンダーチャージ 20 pt.
★★
Attach a Charge Marker to this Pokémon. (Charge Markers can be removed during your turn when a battle starts.) When you remove the Charge Marker, the opposing Pokémon will become Paralyzed, along with any Pokémon in the same row (excluding this one), and the turn will end.
Leveling up the figure allows the size of non-miss segments to be increased and the size of miss segments to be decreased.
Chain leveling allows the damage of an attack to be increased.

Trivia

Origin

Steel Wing and Roost are moves in the Pokémon games that Zapdos can learn, the former via TM51. Thunder Crash is an attack that first appeared on Extended Sheet 2 Zapdos. Gigavolt Havoc and Supersonic Skystrike are Z-Moves in the games that Zapdos can use by equipping Electrium Z and Flyinium Z respectively.

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