Piloswine (Skyridge H22)

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イノムー Inomoo
Illus. Yuka Morii
Evolution stage
Stage 1 Pokémon
Evolves from Swinub
Card name Piloswine
Type Water
HP 90
retreat cost
English expansion Skyridge
Rarity Rare Holo
English card no. H22/H32
Japanese expansion Mysterious Mountains
Japanese rarity Rare Holo
Japanese card no. 034/088
English expansion Skyridge
Rarity Rare
English card no. 24/144
Japanese expansion Mysterious Mountains
Japanese rarity Rare
Japanese card no. 033/088
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Piloswine.

Piloswine (Japanese: イノムー Inomoo) is a Water-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is part of the Skyridge expansion.

Card text

WaterColorlessColorless Freezing Breath
Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokémon is now Paralyzed. If tails, the Defending Pokémon is now Asleep.
FightingColorlessColorlessColorless Trample
For each Benched Pokémon (yours and your opponent's), flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 damage to that Pokémon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)

e-Reader data

The card ID of the Holofoil print is F-64. The card ID of the Non Holofoil print is F-64-#. On the Non Holofoil print, the short strip contains Pokédex information, a brief card summary, and information on the content of the long strip. The species, height, and weight are present on the Holofoil print.

Pokédex data

Piloswine - Swine Pokémon
No. Height Weight
221 3'7" (1.1 m) 123 lbs. (55.8 kg)
Pokédex entry
Although its legs are short, its rugged hooves prevent it from slipping, even on icy ground.
ながい たいもうに おおわれて めのまえの ようすが わからず ひたすらに とっしんを くりかえす。

Construction: Action

The long strip contains map data for the Construction: Action application.



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

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