Basic - Rocket's Scyther ex Evolves into Rocket's Scizor ex

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Rocket's Scyther ex 
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Team Rocket Returns  102  Darkness  80  Basic  Ultra-Rare  Dual Armor - As long as Rocket's Scyther ex has any G Energy attached to it, Rocket's Scyther ex is both G and D type. (Poke-BODY)  [1] Bounce (10) After your attack, you may switch Rocket's Scyther ex with 1 of your Benched Pokemon.  [3] Slashing Strike (40) Rocket's Scyther ex can't use Slashing Strike next turn.     
Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4


Stage 1 - Rocket's Scizor ex

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Rocket's Scizor ex 
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Team Rocket Returns  101  Darkness  120  Stage 1  Ultra-Rare  Dual Armor - As long as Rocket's Scizor ex has any M Energy attached to it, Rocket's Scizor ex is both D and M type. (Poke-BODY)  [3] Rotating Claws (50) You may discard an Energy card attached to Rocket's Scizor ex. If you do, search your discard pile for an Energy card (excluding the one your discarded) and attach it to Rocket's Scizor ex.       
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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