Recent Pokepedia Updates and Additions
2016-01-01 - New Effect - Starting the year off by adding a new effect - No Prize for Knock Out. Shedinja, for example. You knock it out, you don't take a prize.
2015-12-24 - Promos updated - There were
2015-12-20 - BREAKthrough imported - I had a surge of productivity yesterday and got the BREAKThrough cards into the Pokepedia. That's a big set. (The Gengar looks fun!) I'll be working on Promos next.
2015-10-18 - A few more things... - I've corrected a number of inconsistencies in the database. It is unlikely anyone would have ever seen them, but it was important to me. Two things to note... (1) I have updated the Set Symbols page. I've got all the symbols in there except one (darn XY Trainer Kit!) and I have added the release dates of every set. It is sortable, so you can sort by release date. (2) I have added a new button at the bottom of the "Poke Info" on the left - CHAMPIONS. Pokemon does a lot of things great, but one thing they do not do well is remember our history. I have been tracking the US National and World champions for a while now (apologies, non-US people) and I have made that available. You will see some information missing in the form of question marks on the page - If you know these names please send them to me. I also do not have the names of the Top 4 from this year's (2015) US Nationals and World champions. Again, if you know them, please send them to me.
2015-10-11 - Finally. - Yes, it has been almost a year since I updated the Pokepedia. (If you are interested in the reason, click here. Or don't. It's personal and it's ok.) This update has 446 cards in it and covers (a) XY Promos, (b) Primal Clash, (c) Double Crisis, (d) Roaring Skies, and (e) Ancient Origins. There are going to be a number of things I need to fix (like the current Format, XML generation isn't working, and some data inconsistencies) but the Pokepedia is back and limping along. Hopefully I won't have another year like this one anytime soon.
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