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A Stage 2 Pokémon can be placed in play if the corresponding Stage 1 Pokémon is Active or Benched. Certain effects can circumvent this, such as the {{TCG ID|Base Set|Pokémon Breeder|76}} Trainer card, that allows a {{TCG|Basic Pokémon}} to evolve into a Stage 2 Pokémon. All energy and damage on the Stage 1 are put onto the Stage 2, but all {{TCG|Special Conditions}} are lifted. The Stage 2 Pokémon can only use its Stage 2 attacks, unless the card says otherwise.
 
A Stage 2 Pokémon can be placed in play if the corresponding Stage 1 Pokémon is Active or Benched. Certain effects can circumvent this, such as the {{TCG ID|Base Set|Pokémon Breeder|76}} Trainer card, that allows a {{TCG|Basic Pokémon}} to evolve into a Stage 2 Pokémon. All energy and damage on the Stage 1 are put onto the Stage 2, but all {{TCG|Special Conditions}} are lifted. The Stage 2 Pokémon can only use its Stage 2 attacks, unless the card says otherwise.
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Some [[Pokémon-ex (TCG)|Pokémon-ex]] cards are Stage 1 Pokémon if that Pokémon's non-ex card is normally a Stage 1 card. For example, [[Metagross ex]] is a Stage 2 card because Metagross is a Stage 2 card.
   
 
Pokémon such as {{p|Venusaur}} and {{p|Omastar}} are Stage 2 Pokémon.
 
Pokémon such as {{p|Venusaur}} and {{p|Omastar}} are Stage 2 Pokémon.

Revision as of 03:33, 19 June 2019

A Stage 2 Pokémon is a type of evolution card in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Stage 2 Pokémon evolve from Stage 1 Pokémon.

A Stage 2 Pokémon can be placed in play if the corresponding Stage 1 Pokémon is Active or Benched. Certain effects can circumvent this, such as the Pokémon Breeder Trainer card, that allows a Basic Pokémon to evolve into a Stage 2 Pokémon. All energy and damage on the Stage 1 are put onto the Stage 2, but all Special Conditions are lifted. The Stage 2 Pokémon can only use its Stage 2 attacks, unless the card says otherwise.

Some Pokémon-ex cards are Stage 1 Pokémon if that Pokémon's non-ex card is normally a Stage 1 card. For example, Metagross ex is a Stage 2 card because Metagross is a Stage 2 card.

Pokémon such as Venusaur and Omastar are Stage 2 Pokémon.

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


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