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{{Powerlistbody|Search for Friends|フレンドサーチ|Friend Search|Ability|Delcatty (Celestial Storm 121)|Delcatty|Celestial Storm|121/168|Sky-Splitting Charisma|076/096}}
 
{{Powerlistbody|Search for Friends|フレンドサーチ|Friend Search|Ability|Delcatty (Celestial Storm 121)|Delcatty|Celestial Storm|121/168|Sky-Splitting Charisma|076/096}}
 
{{Powerlistbody|Unit Color 2|ユニットカラー2|Unit Color 2|Ability|Kecleon (Celestial Storm 122)|Kecleon|Celestial Storm|122/168|Sky-Splitting Charisma|078/096}}
 
{{Powerlistbody|Unit Color 2|ユニットカラー2|Unit Color 2|Ability|Kecleon (Celestial Storm 122)|Kecleon|Celestial Storm|122/168|Sky-Splitting Charisma|078/096}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Burning Fighter|もえるとうし|Burning Spirit|Ability|Charmeleon (Dragon Majesty 2)|Charmeleon|Dragon Majesty|2/70|Dragon Storm|002/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Resolute Flame|かくごのほのお|Resolute Flame|Ability|Charizard (Dragon Majesty 3)|Charizard|Dragon Majesty|3/70|Dragon Storm|003/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Natural Cure|しぜんかいふく|Natural Recovery|Ability|Combusken (Dragon Majesty 5)|Combusken|Dragon Majesty|5/70|Champion Road|012/066}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Firestarter|たきつける|Build a Fire|Ability|Blaziken (Dragon Majesty 6)|Blaziken|Dragon Majesty|6/70|Champion Road|013/066}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Commotion|おおあれ|Agitation|Ability|Gyarados (Dragon Majesty 20)|Gyarados|Dragon Majesty|20/70|Dragon Storm|016/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Downpour|どしゃぶり|Downpour|Ability|Feraligatr (Dragon Majesty 24)|Feraligatr|Dragon Majesty|24/70|Champion Road|017/066}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Wash Out|おしながす|Wash Away|Ability|Quagsire (Dragon Majesty 26)|Quagsire|Dragon Majesty|26/70|Dragon Storm|019/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Submerge|もぐる|Go Underground|Ability|Feebas (Dragon Majesty 28)|Feebas|Dragon Majesty|28/70|Dragon Storm|021/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Murmurs of the Sea|うみのささやき|Sea Murmur|Ability|Phione (Dragon Majesty 30)|Phione|Dragon Majesty|30/70|SM-P Promotional cards|156/SM-P}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Meet Up|げんちしゅうごう|Meeting Place|Ability|Wishiwashi (Dragon Majesty 31)|Wishiwashi|Dragon Majesty|31/70|Dragon Storm|023/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Dragon Guard|りゅうのまもり|Dragon Protection|Ability|Flygon (Dragon Majesty 39)|Flygon|Dragon Majesty|39/70|Dragon Storm|030/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Fight Song|たたかいのうた|Battle Song|Ability|Altaria (Dragon Majesty 40)|Altaria|Dragon Majesty|40/70|Dragon Storm|031/053}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Energy Guard|エナジーガード|Energy Guard|Ability|Shelgon (Dragon Majesty 43)|Shelgon|Dragon Majesty|43/70|Champion Road|044/066}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Dragon Lift|ドラゴンフロート|Dragon Float|Ability|Salamence-GX (Dragon Majesty 44)|Salamence-GX|Dragon Majesty|44/70|Champion Road|045/066}}
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{{Powerlistbody|Rough Skin|さめはだ|Sharkskin|Ability|Druddigon (Dragon Majesty 45)|Druddigon|Dragon Majesty|45/70|Dragon Storm|032/053}}
 
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Revision as of 02:15, 31 December 2019

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Specifically, it needs list of abilities DRM-onwards; a way to display the old Ability symbol (Prior to SUM).
Ability symbol SUM-onwards

Ability (Japanese: 特性 ability) is a special mechanics in the Pokémon Trading Card Game, named after the analogous element in the main series games. It may be held by any type of Pokémon cards

Abilities are additional effects that the card's player can trigger once or multiple times during their turn, before they attack, or that are always active during the game. For example: Keldeo-EX has an Ability that allows the player to switch Keldeo-EX with the Active Pokémon, once per turn; Alolan Muk has an Ability that blocks other Pokémon's Abilities and is active always, until Alolan Muk is no longer in play.

With the release of Black & White, Abilities replaced Pokémon Powers and their successors Poké-Powers and Poké-Bodies as well.

With the release of Sun & Moon, Ability symbol has been updated with a new one with red background and white text.

List of Abilities


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