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Talk:Pokémon VS (TCG)

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We should talk more about these cards....ht14 22:04 (GTC) 8 February 2008

I understand everything except the following sentences: There were three random half decks released: Grass & Lightning, Water & Fire, and Fighting & Psychic. Each half deck contained a random assortment of set type Pokémon (i.e. one could only get a Fire-type Pokémon in the Water & Fire half deck). The problem becomes even more confusing since you only show the three half decks below. How did anyone get the other cards particularly the dark and metal types? Was it meant to read that you could get either Fire-types or Water-types in a Water & Fire half deck and that other 30-card packs were distributed with random Pokémon cards that were not half-decks? I just went to Serebii and they were only slightly more clear about the packs that were not one of the three half decks mentioned.--White Phoenix (talk) 10:21, 30 July 2012 (UTC)

Pokémon-Power

How du we know, that these were split here; As far as I can see; None of the Pokémon in this Set has a Pokémon-Power, PokéBody or PokéPower. --mecanno-manDiscussion 19:52, 9 August 2012 (UTC)

Nice catch. The page is false. The switch didn't happen until Pokémon Web. I figured this out because the Japanese for Faint Attack on Karen's TM 01 (VS 125) specifies Pokémon Powers while the Japanese for Faint Attack on Houndour (Aquapolis 87) splits the two. Thank you! MaverickNate 02:53, 10 August 2012 (UTC)