Pokémon Card Game Entry Battle

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Pokémon Card Game Entry Battle (Japanese ポケモンカードゲーム エントリーバトル), later known as Pokémon TCG XY Battle Simulator (Japanese ポケモンカードゲーム XY 'バトルシミュレーター), is a series of Japanese short games built in Flash, available as browser games in the official Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Game website or in CD-ROMs packaged with some TCG products. It is based on the Pokémon Trading Card Game or TCG aspect of the Pokémon franchise and followed the same rules. In each installment, players would usually choose one of two pre-constructed decks and face a computer-controlled opponent that would use the other deck.

List of game installments

Note each game used the TCG rules present when released. Unless otherwise specified, each game contained regular 6-prize card matches.

Pokemon Card Game Entry Battle Web Deck

Japanese ポケモンカードゲーム エントリーバトル, available in Leafeon vs Metagross Expert Deck CD-ROMs and based on the HeartGold & SoulSilver Collection expansions. Both decks were also present in Pokémon Card Game Online.

Feraligatr deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Totodile Water Common
Croconaw Water Common
Feraligatr Water Uncommon
Growlithe Fire Common
Arcanine Fire Rare Holo
Teddiursa Colorless Common
Ursaring Colorless Rare
Girafarig Colorless Common
Bill Su Uncommon
Professor Oak's New Theory Su Uncommon
Copycat Su Uncommon
Pokémon Collector Su Uncommon
Pokémon Communication I Uncommon
Switch I Uncommon
Pokémon Reversal I Uncommon
10× Water Energy Water E
Fire Energy Fire E
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E Uncommon

Donphan deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Phanpy Fighting Common
Donphan Fighting Uncommon
Natu Psychic Common
Xatu Psychic Rare Holo
Spearow Colorless Common
Fearow Colorless Rare
Farfetch'd Colorless Rare
Shuckle Grass Rare Holo
Bill Su Uncommon
Professor Oak's New Theory Su Uncommon
Professor Elm's Training Method Su Uncommon
Copycat Su Uncommon
Moomoo Milk I Uncommon
Switch I Uncommon
Psychic Energy Psychic E
10× Fighting Energy Fighting E
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E Uncommon


Entry Battle Simulator web: Beginning Set

Japanese エントリバトルシミュレ web はじめてセット, available in the Japanese TCG website featuring the Snivy and Oshawott half decks from the Beginning Set. Games were 3 prize-card matches, and the player would always use the Snivy deck.

Snivy deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Snivy Grass
Servine Grass
Serperior Grass
Maractus Grass
Panpour Water
Timburr Fighting
Sandile Fighting
Krokorok Fighting
Patrat Colorless
Potion I
Super Scoop Up I
Switch I
Pokédex I
Poké Ball I
Grass Energy Grass E
Fighting Energy Fighting E

Oshawott deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Pansear Fire
Oshawott Water
Dewott Water
Samurott Water
Basculin Water
Woobat Psychic
Venipede Psychic
Whirlipede Psychic
Lillipup Colorless
Energy Switch I
Potion I
Switch I
Pokédex I
Poké Ball I
Water Energy Water E
Psychic Energy Psychic E


Entry Battle Simulator web: Reshiram-EX/Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck

Japanese エントリバトルシミュレ web 「レシラムEX」「ゼクロムEX」, available in the Japanese TCG website featuring the Reshiram-EX and Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck.

Reshiram deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Growlithe Fire
Arcanine Fire
Larvesta Fire
ReshiramEX Fire
Lapras Water
Glaceon Water
Tympole Water
Palpitoad Water
Chansey Colorless
Eevee Colorless
Ultra Ball I
Switch I
Pokémon Catcher I
Random Receiver I
Professor Juniper Su
N Su
Cheren Su
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E
Fire Energy Fire E
Water Energy Water E

Zekrom deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Scyther Grass
Leafeon Grass
Dwebble Grass
Crustle Grass
Shinx Lightning
Luxio Lightning
Emolga Lightning
Tynamo Lightning
ZekromEX Lightning
Eevee Colorless
Ultra Ball I
Switch I
Pokémon Catcher I
Random Receiver I
Professor Juniper Su
N Su
Cheren Su
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E
Grass Energy Grass E
Lightning Energy Lightning E


Entry Battle Simulator web: Master Deck Build Box EX

Japanese エントリバトルシミュレ web マスターデッキビルドBOX EX, available in the Japanese TCG website and based on the Master Deck Build Box EX collection. If the Rayquaza deck is chosen, the opponent will use the Mewtwo deck and so on. Matches are semi-scripted, with both the player and opponent's cards being drawn in a fixed order, the player being forced to do certain actions on the first turns of the game and prize cards always being Basic Energy.

Rayquaza deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Emolga Lightning
RayquazaEX Dragon
Tynamo Lightning
Eelektrik Lightning
Level Ball I
Pokémon Catcher I
Random Receiver I
Ultra Ball I
Bianca Su
Cheren Su
N Su
Professor Juniper Su
10× Fire Energy Fire E
15× Lightning Energy Lightning E

Darkrai deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
DarkraiEX Darkness
Zorua Darkness
Zoroark Darkness
Dark Patch I
Level Ball I
Pokémon Catcher I
Ultra Ball I
Bianca Su
Cheren Su
N Su
Professor Juniper Su
16× Darkness Energy Darkness E
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E

Mewtwo deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
MewtwoEX Psychic
Ralts Psychic
Kirlia Psychic
Gardevoir Psychic
Rare Candy I
Ultra Ball I
Bianca Su
Cheren Su
N Su
Professor Juniper Su
16× Psychic Energy Psychic E
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E


Pokémon TCG XY Battle Simulator

Japanese ポケモンカードゲーム XY 'バトルシミュレーター , available in the Japanese TCG website and based on the Collection X & Y expansions. The player will always use the Yveltal deck.

Venusaur deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
VenusaurEX Grass RR
Illumise Grass C
Ledyba Grass C
Ledian Grass U
Lillipup Colorless C
Herdier Colorless C
Stoutland Colorless U
Furfrou Colorless
Professor Sycamore Su U
Tierno Su U
Roller Skates I U
Pokémon Catcher I
Evosoda I U
Red Card I U
Switch I
14× Grass Energy Grass E
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E

Yveltal deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
YveltalEX Darkness RR
Zorua Darkness C
Zoroark Darkness R
SkarmoryEX Metal RR
Pawniard Metal C
Bisharp Metal U
Farfetch'd Colorless
Furfrou Colorless
Professor Sycamore Su U
Tierno Su U
Team Flare Grunt Su U
Roller Skates I U
Pokémon Catcher I
Evosoda I U
Red Card I U
Switch I
Darkness Energy Darkness E
Metal Energy Metal E
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E


Pokémon TCG XY Battle Simulator: M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck

Japanese ポケモンカードゲーム XY 'バトルシミュレーター メガバトルデッキ60 MリザードンEX, available in the Japanese TCG website and based on the M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck collection and the Wild Blaze expansion. The player will always use the Mega Charizard deck, and after winning three matches can use an improved version of it.

Mega Charizard deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
CharizardEX Fire
MegaCharizardEX Fire
Torkoal Fire
Fletchinder Fire
Litleo Fire
Stunky Darkness
Scraggy Darkness
Scrafty Darkness
Fletchling Colorless
Furfrou Colorless
Pal Pad I
Ultra Ball I
Switch I
Red Card I
Roller Skates I
Blacksmith Su
Shauna Su
Tierno Su
Professor Sycamore Su
Lysandre Su
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E
10× Fire Energy Fire E
Darkness Energy Darkness E

Mega Charizard deck (improved)
Quantity Card Type Rarity
CharizardEX Fire
CharizardEX Fire RR
MegaCharizardEX Fire
Litleo Fire
Litleo Fire C
Pyroar Fire R
Fletchling Colorless
Fletchinder Fire
Furfrou Colorless
Professor Sycamore Su
Tierno Su
Shauna Su
Blacksmith Su
Lysandre Su
Fiery Torch I U
Roller Skates I
Ultra Ball I
Switch I
Red Card I
Pal Pad I
Protection Cube I U
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E
13× Fire Energy Fire E

Mega Kangaskhan deck
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Helioptile Lightning C
Pidgey Colorless C
Pidgeotto Colorless C
Pidgeot Colorless U
KangaskhanEX Colorless RR
MegaKangaskhanEX Colorless RR
Farfetch'd Colorless
Furfrou Colorless R
Professor Sycamore Su
Tierno Su
Shauna Su
Roller Skates I
Ultra Ball I
Switch I
Pokémon Catcher I
Red Card I
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E
Lightning Energy Lightning E


See also


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