Talk:EX Ruby & Sapphire (TCG)

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Some say that this is the best thing to happen to the TCG, as Nintendo have brought a new dimension to the game and given the opportunity for so many more players to become involved, especially with the introduction of Pokémon Organized Play.

This is a purely objective statement. Adding "some say..." doesn't change that. -- Nick15 04:20, 13 February 2007 (UTC)
The part where it says "best thing to happen"? That's a subjective judgement. - 振霖T 05:30, 13 February 2007 (UTC)

EX Pokémon Cards

For a while, me and my friends said EX as Ee-Ex but when Lv.X cards came out, I've been wondering if it's prenounced as me and my friends say, or just even x? Lucario12 07:25, 4 February 2009 (UTC)

"EX" is pronounced with each letter separately, so saying "ee ex" is correct (and the same applies to Pokémon-ex's names). LV.X is just said "level X". Cipher (Talk) 09:47, 4 February 2009 (UTC)


EX Ruby and Sapphire was originally printed with e-reader capability in 2003, but in 2004 it was reprinted without the e-reader code. Visitor1 20:58, 20 July 2011 (UTC)

Unique Codes

Every Common and Uncommon card in this set had multiple unique codes at the bottom of the card. Commons have 3 unique codes each and Uncommons have 2 unique codes. Seems like something that should be mentioned on the page and I have a list of all the codes for each card, I'm just not sure where the best place to put it would be. - TheBoson (talk) 02:54, 15 April 2019 (UTC)