Basic - Koga's Koffing Evolves into Koga's Weezing

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Koga's Koffing 
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Gym Challenge  48  Grass  50  Basic    Uncommon    [G] Smokescreen (10) If the Defending Pokemon tries to attack during your opponent's next turn, your opponent flips a coin. If tails, that attack does nothing.  [1G] Obscuring Gas (30) Flip a coin. If heads, shuffle Koga's Koffing and all cards attached to it into your deck (after doing damage).     
Koga's Koffing 
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Gym Challenge  79  Grass  40  Basic    Common    [G] Smelly Gas (10) Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 damage to each Benched Pokemon (including your own). (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched 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 - Koga's Weezing

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Koga's Weezing 
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Gym Challenge  50  Grass  70  Stage 1    Uncommon    [GG] Spontaneous Explosion (10+) Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 damage plus 30 more damage and Koga's Weezing does 30 damage to itself; if tails, this attack does 10 damage.  [1GG] Toxic Cloud (20) Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokemon is now Poisoned. It now takes 20 Poison damage instead of 10 after each player's turn (even if it was already Poisoned).     
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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