Basic - Deerling

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Deerling 
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Emerging Powers  15  Grass  60  Basic  Rx2  W-20  Common    [1] Tackle (10)  [GG] Wild Kick (40) Flip a coin. If tails, this attack does nothing.     
Deerling 
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Black and White  13  Grass  60  Basic  Rx2  W-20  Common    [1] Double Kick (10x) Flip 2 coins. This attack does 10 damage times the number of heads.  [1G] Leech Seed (20) Heal 10 damage from this Pokemon.     
Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4


Stage 1 - Sawsbuck Evolves from Deerling

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Sawsbuck 
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Emerging Powers  16  Grass  100  Stage 1  Rx2  W-20  Rare    [2] Push Down (30) Your opponent switches the Defending Pokemon with 1 of his or her Benched Pokemon.  [1G] Take Down (60) This Pokemon does 20 damage to itself.     
Sawsbuck 
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Black and White  14  Grass  90  Stage 1  Rx2  W-20  Rare    [1] Nature Power (20+) Does 10 more damage for each G Energy attached to both your and your opponent's Pokemon.  [2G] Horn Leech (60) Heal 20 damage from this Pokemon.     
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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