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*The non-holographic version of Torterra is exclusive to this deck, as it only appears as a holographic card in the main set.
   
 
==Unlocks==
 
==Unlocks==

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The Basic Green deck

Basic Green, formally known as Blade of Grass, is a Theme Deck from the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online. It predominantly focuses on Grass-type Pokémon. It is one of the three decks available to players without the need for a code from a tangible TCG set.

The deck unlocks a card every time a game is won with it, until all eleven cards have been unlocked. All deck unlocks have a specific card which is added, and a specific card which is removed.

Decklist

Initial deck

Quantity Card Type Rarity
Caterpie Grass Common
Chikorita Grass Common
Bayleef Grass Uncommon
Meganium Grass Rare
Hoothoot Colorless Common
Jigglypuff Colorless Common
Wigglytuff Colorless Uncommon
Turtwig Grass Common
Grotle Grass Uncommon
Pokémon Reversal T Uncommon
PlusPower T Uncommon
Switch T Uncommon
Potion I Common
Bill Su Uncommon
Copycat Su Uncommon
24× Grass Energy Grass E

Final deck

Quantity Card Type Rarity
Caterpie Grass Common
Metapod Grass Uncommon
Butterfree Grass Rare
Chikorita Grass Common
Bayleef Grass Uncommon
Meganium Grass Rare
Hoothoot Colorless Common
Jigglypuff Colorless Common
Wigglytuff Colorless Uncommon
Turtwig Grass Common
Grotle Grass Uncommon
Torterra Grass Rare
Dual Ball T Uncommon
PlusPower T Uncommon
Potion I Common
Copycat Su Uncommon
Interviewer's Questions Su Uncommon
Professor Oak's New Theory Su Uncommon
18× Grass Energy Grass E

  • The non-holographic version of Torterra is exclusive to this deck, as it only appears as a holographic card in the main set.

Unlocks

Wins Added to deck Removed from deck
1 Torterra Grass Energy
2 Wigglytuff Grass Energy
3 Wigglytuff Grass Energy
4 Professor Oak's New Theory Bill
5 Professor Oak's New Theory Bill
6 Interviewer's Questions Switch
7 Interviewer's Questions Switch
8 Metapod Grass Energy
9 Metapod Grass Energy
10 Dual Ball Pokémon Reversal
11 Butterfree Grass Energy



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