Basic - Azurill

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
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Diamond and Pearl  69  Colorless  40  Basic  F+10    Common  Baby Evolution - Once during your turn (before your attack), you may put Marill from your hand onto Azurill (this counts as evolving Azurill) and remove all damage counters from Azurill. (Poke-POWER)  [0] Delivery - Put any 1 card from your discard pile into your hand.       
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Delta Species  20  Colorless  50  Basic    Rare  Baby Evolution - Once during your turn (before your attack), you may put Marill from your hand onto Azurill (this counts as evolving Azurill) and remove all damage counters from Azurill. (Poke-POWER)  [1] Type Match - Choose a basic Energy card in your hand and show it to your opponent. Then, search your deck for a Basic Pokemon or Evolution card of that Energy type, show it to your opponent, and put it into your hand. Shuffle your deck afterward.       
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Sandstorm  31  Colorless  40  Basic    Uncommon  Baby Evolution - Once during your turn (before your attack), you may put a Marill from your hand onto Azurill (this counts as evolving Azurill) and remove all damage counters from Azurill. (Poke-POWER)  [1] Jump Catch - Search your deck for a Trainer card, show it to your opponent, and put it in to your hand. Shuffle your deck afterward.       
Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4

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