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Black & White - Basic Blue (TCG)

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List of Pokémon Trading Card Game Online decks.

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Black & White - Basic Blue, is a Theme Deck from the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online. It predominantly focuses on Water-type Pokémon. It is one of the six 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.


Initial deck

Quantity Card Type Rarity
Lapras Water Uncommon
Feebas Water Common
Milotic Water Rare
Buneary Colorless Common
Oshawott Water Common
Dewott Water Uncommon
Samurott Water Rare Holo
Tympole Water Common
Palpitoad Water Uncommon
Energy Switch T Uncommon
Poké Ball T Common
Potion I Common
Tool Scrapper T Uncommon
Cilan Su Uncommon
24× Water Energy Water E


Wins Added to deck Removed from deck
1 Lopunny Water Energy
1 Lopunny Water Energy
2 Exp. Share Energy Switch
2 Exp. Share Energy Switch
3 N Water Energy
3 N Water Energy
4 Palpitoad Water Energy
4 Seismitoad Water Energy
5/6 Samurott Potion
5/6 Crushing Hammer Water Energy
5/6 Crushing Hammer Water Energy
5/6 Dewott Potion
7 Great Ball Poké Ball
7 Great Ball Poké Ball

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