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Talk:Colorless (TCG)

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Normal?

Um, excuse me, but Normal is not an Elemental Type in the TCG. The closest thing to Normal is Colorless, which this page is about, so linking to it would be pointless. I think that it should be changed to say "Colorless" instead of Normal, and without a link. Drapion 03:25, 20 July 2006 (UTC)

Go ahead. That's one edit you don't really need to ask permission to do. --Pie 03:53, 20 July 2006 (UTC)

Flying...

How many Flying-type Pokémon (that aren't also Normal, meaning not Pidgey and its kin) were given the Colorless type in the TCG? I can name the Neo Genesis Lugia, the Neo Revelation intro set Ho-Oh, and the Neo Revelation Delibird... but I can't think of any others. TTEchidna 01:27, 30 April 2008 (UTC)

Removed Text

For posterity sake, this is the text I removed in order to make all the TCG-type pages more consistent:

Containing a wide range of Pokémon, the Colorless-type covers from the very weakest of Pokémon, such as Rattata, to among the strongest, such as Rayquaza. Pokémon which are of the Normal-, Dragon-*, and Flying-types in the main series games become Colorless-type in the TCG.

-- Nick15 13:00, 6 January 2012 (UTC)

General Notes for the TCG Types

To reflect how the Video Game type pages look, I'm going to consider adding similar statistical information for each of the TCG types, like number of cards, number of Basic (and Baby), Stage 1 and Stage 2, average HPs, average damage, done, etc. I'll probably pull the numbers together first before actually adding anything to the pages... — Nick15 (talk) 10:18, 10 November 2012 (UTC)