Charizard (Expedition 6)

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リザードン Lizardon
Illus. Hiromichi Sugiyama
Evolution stage
Stage 2 Pokémon
Evolves from Charmeleon
Card name Charizard
Type Fire
HP 120
retreat cost
English expansion Expedition Base Set
Rarity Rare Holo
English card no. 6/165
Japanese expansion Base Expansion Pack
Japanese rarity Rare Holo
Japanese card no. 103/128
English expansion Expedition Base Set
Rarity Rare
English card no. 40/165
Japanese expansion Base Expansion Pack
Japanese rarity Rare
Japanese card no. 071/128
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Charizard.

Charizard (Japanese: リザードン Lizardon) is a Fire-type Stage 2 Pokémon card. It is part of the Expedition Base Set.

Card text

Burning Energy
Once during your turn (before your attack), you may turn all basic Energy cards attached to all of your Pokémon into Fire Energy for the rest of the turn. This power can't be used if Charizard is affected by a Special Condition.
FireFireFireFire Scorching Whirlwind
Flip 2 coins. If 1 of them is tails, discard 2 Energy cards attached to Charizard. If both are tails, discard all Energy cards attached to Charizard.

e-Reader data

The card ID of the Holofoil print is B-72. The card ID of the Non Holofoil print is B-72-#. On the Non Holofoil print, the short strip contains Pokédex information and a brief card summary. There is no long strip for this card. The species, height, and weight are present on the Holofoil print.

Pokédex data

Charizard - Flame Pokémon
No. Height Weight
006 5'7" (1.7 m) 200 lbs. (90.5 kg)
Pokédex entry
It uses its wings to fly high. The temperature of its fire increases as it gains experience in battle.
ほんきで おこった リザードンの しっぽの さきの ほのおは あおじろく もえあがる。



This card's English e-Reader Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Crystal, whereas the Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Gold.

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