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A '''Stage 1 Pokémon''' is a type of [[evolution card]] in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. Stage 1 Pokémon evolve from {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Basic Pokémon}}.
 
A '''Stage 1 Pokémon''' is a type of [[evolution card]] in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. Stage 1 Pokémon evolve from {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Basic Pokémon}}.
   
A Stage 1 Pokémon can be placed on top of any related Basic Pokémon in play (including [[Fossil#In the TCG|Fossils]] or Pokémon that have [[Evolution (TCG)|evolved]] from {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Baby Pokémon}}) at any time before the player's attack. Stage 1 Pokémon cannot evolve on the turn the [[Basic Pokémon (TCG)|Basic Pokémon]] was played, or on the player's first turn. When placed onto the Basic Pokémon card, all [[Energy card (TCG)|Energy Cards]], [[Appendix:Glossary (TCG)#Damage|damage counters]] and other attached cards remain, but any {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Special Conditions}} or effects on the Pokémon are removed. Stage 1 Pokémon may only use their Stage 1 attacks unless their card specifically states otherwise. Stage 1 Pokémon cards will generally state 'Stage 1' and have a picture of the Basic Pokémon from which they evolve in the upper left-hand corner or the left center of the card, along with the text 'Evolves from <Basic Pokémon>'. Stage 1 Pokémon can be removed from the Basic Pokémon by use of [[Devolution]].
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A Stage 1 Pokémon can be placed on top of any related Basic Pokémon in play (including [[Fossil#In the TCG|Fossils]] or Pokémon that have [[Evolution (TCG)|evolved]] from {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Baby Pokémon}}) at any time before the player's attack. Stage 1 Pokémon are generally stronger than the Basic Pokémon before them. Stage 1 Pokémon cannot evolve on the turn the [[Basic Pokémon (TCG)|Basic Pokémon]] was played, or on the player's first turn. When placed onto the Basic Pokémon card, all [[Energy card (TCG)|Energy Cards]], [[Appendix:Glossary (TCG)#Damage|damage counters]] and other attached cards remain, but any {{DL|Appendix:Glossary (TCG)|Special Conditions}} or effects on the Pokémon are removed. Stage 1 Pokémon may only use their Stage 1 attacks unless their card specifically states otherwise. Stage 1 Pokémon cards will generally state 'Stage 1' and have a picture of the Basic Pokémon from which they evolve in the upper left-hand corner or the left center of the card, along with the text 'Evolves from <Basic Pokémon>'. Stage 1 Pokémon can be removed from the Basic Pokémon by use of [[Devolution]].
   
 
Stage 1 Pokémon are not be confused with Basic Pokémon that evolve from [[Baby Pokémon (TCG)|Baby Pokémon]], even though Baby Pokémon will still say 'Basic' on the card. For example, [[Pikachu]] is not a Stage 1 Pokémon, even though it evolves from [[Pichu]]. Pichu is a Baby Pokémon. In this case, [[Raichu]] would be the Stage 1 Pokémon because it evolves from Pikachu, a Basic Pokémon.
 
Stage 1 Pokémon are not be confused with Basic Pokémon that evolve from [[Baby Pokémon (TCG)|Baby Pokémon]], even though Baby Pokémon will still say 'Basic' on the card. For example, [[Pikachu]] is not a Stage 1 Pokémon, even though it evolves from [[Pichu]]. Pichu is a Baby Pokémon. In this case, [[Raichu]] would be the Stage 1 Pokémon because it evolves from Pikachu, a Basic Pokémon.

Revision as of 01:46, 19 June 2019

A Stage 1 Pokémon is a type of evolution card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Stage 1 Pokémon evolve from Basic Pokémon.

A Stage 1 Pokémon can be placed on top of any related Basic Pokémon in play (including Fossils or Pokémon that have evolved from Baby Pokémon) at any time before the player's attack. Stage 1 Pokémon are generally stronger than the Basic Pokémon before them. Stage 1 Pokémon cannot evolve on the turn the Basic Pokémon was played, or on the player's first turn. When placed onto the Basic Pokémon card, all Energy Cards, damage counters and other attached cards remain, but any Special Conditions or effects on the Pokémon are removed. Stage 1 Pokémon may only use their Stage 1 attacks unless their card specifically states otherwise. Stage 1 Pokémon cards will generally state 'Stage 1' and have a picture of the Basic Pokémon from which they evolve in the upper left-hand corner or the left center of the card, along with the text 'Evolves from <Basic Pokémon>'. Stage 1 Pokémon can be removed from the Basic Pokémon by use of Devolution.

Stage 1 Pokémon are not be confused with Basic Pokémon that evolve from Baby Pokémon, even though Baby Pokémon will still say 'Basic' on the card. For example, Pikachu is not a Stage 1 Pokémon, even though it evolves from Pichu. Pichu is a Baby Pokémon. In this case, Raichu would be the Stage 1 Pokémon because it evolves from Pikachu, a Basic Pokémon.

Outside of the TCG, Stage 1 Pokémon are commonly referred to as First-evolution Pokémon.

Pokémon such as Ivysaur, Raichu, and Cloyster are Stage 1 Pokémon. They evolve from Basic Pokémon such as Bulbasaur, Pikachu, and Shellder.

TCG Evolution
Baby Pokémon | Basic | Restored | Stage 1 | Stage 2


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