Recent Pokepedia Updates and Additions
2014-10-26 - Quickie update... - Fixed the evolution and species of the Charizard EX, Venusaur EX, and Blastoise EX. (They were problems because, for the first time, cards have been released with the same name as both Basics and Stage 2.) Also, added the "Play From Behind" effect search as recommended by Tim Foley. Not a lot currently in Modified, but I suspect new cards will have this effect.
2014-10-26 - Phantom Forces, get your fresh Phantom Forces Here! - Phantom Forces have been loaded into the Pokepedia. Additionally, I have the XY Promos up through XY33 loaded as well. (No info on XY24 yet.)
2014-10-18 - MORE updates and fixes... - I cleaned up the way that "Energy Types Required" works. If you go to the Pokepedia Facebook page I have a description of how to use that more effectively. I did a lot of internal reworking, so let me know if anything is amiss.
2014-10-12 - Updates and fixes... - I have updated the Pokepedia to be able to query for Standard and Expanded formats (as well as Unlimited). There may be an inconsistency here and there (not in the main search) but I'm working them out. Also, did major updates on species and evolutions.
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