Basic - Vullaby

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Vullaby 
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Dark Explorers  73  Darkness  60  Basic  Lx2  F-20  Uncommon    [D] Whirlwind (10) Your opponent switches the Defending Pokemon with 1 of his or her 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 - Mandibuzz Evolves from Vullaby

Name Set Name Number Type HP Stage Weakness Resistance Retreat Cost Rarity Pokemon Power Attack 1 Attack 2 Attack 3 Attack 4
Mandibuzz 
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Boundaries Crossed  93  Darkness  90  Stage 1  Lx2  F-20  Uncommon    [1D] Gust (30)  [3D] Dual Cut (80x) Flip 2 coins. This attack does 80 damage times the number of heads.     
Mandibuzz 
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Emerging Powers  69  Darkness  90  Stage 1  Lx2  F-20  Rare    [D] Bone Rush (30x) Flip a coin until you get tails. This attack does 30 damage times the number of heads.  [2] Dark Pulse (20+) Does 10 more damage for each D Energy attached to all of your Pokemon.     
Mandibuzz 
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Black and White  73  Darkness  90  Stage 1  Lx2  F-20  Rare    [D] Blindside - Does 50 damage to 1 of your opponent's Pokemon that has any damage counters on it. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon.)  [2F] Punishment (40+) If the Defending Pokemon is a Stage 2 Pokemon, this attack does 60 more damage.     
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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