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Vulpix (Vending S3)

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Vulpix LV.13
ロコン Rokon
Team Plasma
Fire
VulpixVendingS3.jpg
Illus. Atsuko Nishida
Evolution stage Basic Pokémon
Card name Vulpix
Type Fire
Hit Points 50
weakness
Water×2
resistance
None
retreat cost
 
Japanese expansion Extended Sheet 3
Japanese rarity Common
Japanese Deck Kit Quick Starter Gift Set
Japanese Deck Green Deck
Card GB 2 set Psychic Battle
Card GB 2 ID D17
Japanese expansion Pokémon Web
Japanese rarity Common
Japanese card no. 008/048
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Vulpix.

Vulpix (Japanese: ロコン Rokon) is a Fire-type Basic Pokémon card. It is part of the Extended Sheet 3.

Card text

FireFire
Foxfire
きつねび
10
Before doing damage, you may switch the Defending Pokémon with 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon.

Pokédex data

Fire
Fire
Vulpix - Fox Pokémon
No. Height Weight
037 2'00" (0.6 m) 21.8 lbs. (9.9 kg)
Pokédex entry
生まれた時、しっぽは真っ白で1本しかない。育つと、やがて先が分れてしっぽが増える。

Release information

This card was first released as part of the Extended Sheet 3 of the Vending Machine cards. It was later reprinted in the Quick Starter Gift Set, and again in Pokémon Web.

Trivia

The Japanese name of this card's attack, kitsunebi, can also be translated as "will-o-wisp"; Will-O-Wisp, however, is known as onibi in Japanese. Although both Japanese terms refer to will-o'-the-wisp, onibi are considered to be human souls with unfinished business, while kitsunebi is considered to be caused by kitsune playing tricks on travellers.

Origin

This card's Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Blue.


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