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  1. For some reason, when Pichu uses his Playground attack, it only allows both players to put up to 3 Pokemon on the bench when the card clearly says as many as we both want. This used to fill up to the whole bench like it should. This must be a bug. Can this be fixed? Thanks!
  2. Stockiing

    Serperior Coil Bug

    His Serperior used Coil. I Lysandred the Serperior away to make Shaymin-EX his active pokemon. I killed the Shaymin and he made the Serperior his active pokemon again. Its Slashing Strike hit for the charged up amount. Either I am misunderstanding the rules on this or it is a bug. Game Log Output Begins Here: 1. Fikar flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 1 heads and 0 tails, for Beginning of Game. 2. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #1). 3. Fikar drew a card. 4. Stockiing drew Xerneas. 5. Fikar drew a card. 6. Stockiing drew Lysandre. 7. Fikar drew a card. 8. Stockiing drew Skyla. 9. Fikar drew a card. 10. Stockiing drew Trainers' Mail. 11. Fikar drew a card. 12. Stockiing drew Lysandre. 13. Fikar drew a card. 14. Stockiing drew Max Elixir. 15. Fikar drew a card. 16. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 17. Xerneas became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 18. Fikar drew a card. 19. Fikar attached a Grass Energy to Shaymin-EX. 20. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #2). 21. Stockiing drew Xerneas. 22. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Xerneas. 23. Stockiing played Trainers' Mail. 24. Stockiing drew Fighting Fury Belt. 25. Stockiing put Xerneas onto the Bench. 26. Stockiing attached a Fighting Fury Belt to Xerneas. 27. Stockiing played Max Elixir. 28. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Xerneas. 29. Stockiing played Skyla. 30. Stockiing drew Professor Sycamore. 31. Stockiing's Xerneas used its Geomancy attack. 32. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Xerneas. 33. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #3). 34. Fikar drew a card. 35. Fikar played Trainers' Mail. 36. Fikar drew Ultra Ball. 37. Fikar played Ultra Ball. 38. Fikar drew Snivy. 39. Fikar put Snivy onto the Bench. 40. Fikar attached a Muscle Band to Snivy. 41. Fikar played Super Scoop Up. 42. Fikar flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 1 heads and 0 tails, for Super Scoop Up. 43. Snivy became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 44. Fikar attached a Grass Energy to Snivy. 45. Fikar put Shaymin-EX onto the Bench. 46. Fikar's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up Ability. 47. Fikar drew a card. 48. Fikar drew a card. 49. Fikar drew a card. 50. Fikar drew a card. 51. Fikar's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up attack. 52. Fikar played Trainers' Mail. 53. Fikar drew Forest of Giant Plants. 54. Fikar played Forest of Giant Plants. 55. Servine became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 56. Fikar attached a Muscle Band **********. 57. Fikar's Snivy evolved into Servine. 58. Fikar flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 1 heads and 0 tails, for Serpentine Strangle. 59. Stockiing's Xerneas is now Paralyzed. 60. Serperior became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 61. Fikar attached a Muscle Band to Serperior. 62. Fikar's Servine evolved into Serperior. 63. Fikar's Serperior used Coil and did 60 damage to Stockiing's Xerneas. 64. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #4). 65. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 66. Stockiing played Lysandre. 67. Shaymin-EX became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 68. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Xerneas. 69. Stockiing's Xerneas is no longer Paralyzed. 70. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #5). 71. Fikar drew a card. 72. Fikar played Super Scoop Up. 73. Fikar flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 1 heads and 0 tails, for Super Scoop Up. 74. Serperior became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 75. Fikar's Serperior used Coil and did 120 damage to Stockiing's Xerneas. 76. Stockiing's Xerneas was Knocked Out. 77. Fikar took a Prize card. 78. Xerneas became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 79. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #6). 80. Stockiing drew Fighting Fury Belt. 81. Stockiing attached a Fighting Fury Belt to Xerneas. 82. Stockiing played Professor Sycamore. 83. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 84. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 85. Stockiing drew Skyla. 86. Stockiing drew Trainers' Mail. 87. Stockiing drew Ultra Ball. 88. Stockiing drew Sylveon-EX. 89. Stockiing drew Shaymin-EX. 90. Stockiing put Sylveon-EX onto the Bench. 91. Stockiing played Ultra Ball. 92. Stockiing drew Gardevoir-EX. 93. Stockiing put Gardevoir-EX onto the Bench. 94. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Gardevoir-EX. 95. Stockiing put Shaymin-EX onto the Bench. 96. Stockiing's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up Ability. 97. Stockiing drew Trainers' Mail. 98. Stockiing drew Shaymin-EX. 99. Stockiing drew Hex Maniac. 100. Stockiing drew Gardevoir Spirit Link. 101. Stockiing drew Professor Sycamore. 102. Stockiing attached a Gardevoir Spirit Link to Gardevoir-EX. 103. Stockiing played Trainers' Mail. 104. Stockiing drew Fairy Garden. 105. Stockiing played Fairy Garden. 106. Stockiing put Shaymin-EX onto the Bench. 107. Stockiing's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up Ability. 108. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 109. Stockiing drew Max Elixir. 110. Stockiing drew Xerneas. 111. Stockiing played Max Elixir. 112. Stockiing's Xerneas used Rainbow Spear and did 110 damage to Fikar's Serperior. 113. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #7). 114. Fikar drew a card. 115. Fikar played Trainers' Mail. 116. Fikar drew Lysandre. 117. Fikar played Lysandre. 118. Sylveon-EX became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 119. Fikar put Miltank onto the Bench. 120. Fikar put Shaymin-EX onto the Bench. 121. Fikar's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up Ability. 122. Fikar drew a card. 123. Fikar drew a card. 124. Fikar drew a card. 125. Fikar's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up attack. 126. Fikar played Level Ball. 127. Fikar drew Snivy. 128. Fikar put Snivy onto the Bench. 129. Fikar's Serperior used Slashing Strike and did 160 damage to Stockiing's Sylveon-EX. 130. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #8). 131. Stockiing drew Ultra Ball. 132. Stockiing played Skyla. 133. Stockiing drew Max Elixir. 134. Stockiing played Max Elixir. 135. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Sylveon-EX. 136. Xerneas became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 137. Stockiing played Ultra Ball. 138. Stockiing drew M Gardevoir-EX. 139. Stockiing put M Gardevoir-EX onto the Bench. 140. Stockiing attached a Gardevoir Spirit Link to M Gardevoir-EX. 141. Stockiing's Gardevoir-EX evolved into M Gardevoir-EX. 142. Stockiing's Xerneas used its Geomancy attack. 143. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Sylveon-EX. 144. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to M Gardevoir-EX. 145. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #9). 146. Fikar drew a card. 147. Fikar attached a Grass Energy to Snivy. 148. Fikar attached a Muscle Band to Snivy. 149. Fikar put Servine onto the Bench. 150. Fikar attached a Muscle Band **********. 151. Fikar's Snivy evolved into Servine. 152. Fikar flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 1 heads and 0 tails, for Serpentine Strangle. 153. Stockiing's Xerneas is now Paralyzed. 154. Fikar played AZ. 155. Fikar put Shaymin-EX onto the Bench. 156. Fikar's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up Ability. 157. Fikar drew a card. 158. Fikar drew a card. 159. Fikar drew a card. 160. Fikar drew a card. 161. Fikar's Shaymin-EX used its Set Up attack. 162. Fikar played Forest of Giant Plants. 163. Fikar put Serperior onto the Bench. 164. Fikar attached a Muscle Band to Serperior. 165. Fikar's Servine evolved into Serperior. 166. Fikar played Level Ball. 167. Fikar drew Snivy. 168. Fikar put Snivy onto the Bench. 169. Fikar's Serperior used Coil and did 60 damage to Stockiing's Xerneas. 170. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #10). 171. Stockiing drew Ultra Ball. 172. Stockiing played Professor Sycamore. 173. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 174. Stockiing drew N. 175. Stockiing drew Sylveon-EX. 176. Stockiing drew Trainers' Mail. 177. Stockiing drew Skyla. 178. Stockiing drew Gardevoir-EX. 179. Stockiing drew Energy Retrieval. 180. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to M Gardevoir-EX. 181. Stockiing put Gardevoir-EX onto the Bench. 182. Stockiing played Trainers' Mail. 183. Stockiing drew Gardevoir Spirit Link. 184. Stockiing attached a Gardevoir Spirit Link to Gardevoir-EX. 185. Stockiing's Xerneas is no longer Paralyzed. 186. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #11). 187. Fikar drew a card. 188. Fikar attached a Grass Energy to Snivy. 189. Fikar played Professor Sycamore. ***. Fikar drew a card. 191. Fikar drew a card. 192. Fikar drew a card. 193. Fikar drew a card. 194. Fikar drew a card. 195. Fikar drew a card. 196. Fikar drew a card. 197. Fikar played Super Rod. 198. Fikar played Ultra Ball. 199. Fikar drew Snivy. 200. Fikar put Snivy onto the Bench. 201. Fikar's Serperior used Coil and did 120 damage to Stockiing's Xerneas. 202. Stockiing's Xerneas was Knocked Out. 203. Fikar took a Prize card. 204. M Gardevoir-EX became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 205. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #12). 206. Stockiing drew N. 207. Stockiing played Skyla. 208. Stockiing drew VS Seeker. 209. Stockiing's M Gardevoir-EX used Brilliant Arrow and did 150 damage to Fikar's Serperior. 210. Fikar's Serperior was Knocked Out. 211. Stockiing took a Prize card. 212. Serperior became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 213. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #13). 214. Fikar drew a card. 215. Fikar attached a Grass Energy to Miltank. 216. Fikar played VS Seeker. 217. Fikar played Lysandre. 218. Sylveon-EX became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 219. Fikar's Serperior used Coil and did 60 damage to Stockiing's Sylveon-EX. 220. Stockiing's Sylveon-EX was Knocked Out. 221. Fikar took a Prize card. 222. Fikar took a Prize card. 223. M Gardevoir-EX became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 224. It is now Stockiing's turn (Turn #14). 225. Stockiing drew Fairy Energy. 226. Stockiing attached a Fairy Energy to Gardevoir-EX. 227. Stockiing played VS Seeker. 228. Stockiing played Lysandre. 229. Shaymin-EX became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 230. Stockiing's M Gardevoir-EX used Brilliant Arrow and did 120 damage to Fikar's Shaymin-EX. 231. Fikar's Shaymin-EX was Knocked Out. 232. Stockiing took a Prize card. 233. Stockiing took a Prize card. 234. Serperior became Fikar's new Active Pokémon. 235. It is now Fikar's turn (Turn #15). 236. Fikar drew a card. 237. Fikar played VS Seeker. 238. Fikar played Lysandre. 239. Shaymin-EX became Stockiing's new Active Pokémon. 240. Fikar's Serperior used Slashing Strike and did 160 damage to Stockiing's Shaymin-EX. 241. Stockiing's Shaymin-EX was Knocked Out. 242. Fikar took a Prize card. 243. Fikar took a Prize card. Game Log Output Ends Here
  3. masteroflyf

    Magearna-EX issues

    I've been excited by Magearna's ability, It's useful but it has some severe issues. First Magearna's Skill: "Prevent all effects of your opponent's attacks, except for damage, done to each of your pokemon that has any metal energy attached to it (Existing effects are not removed)" So, Honedge "Metal Sound" attack should have left my opponent confused. I only had Magearna-EX and Honedge in play, my opponent had no Magearna-EX. However, my "Metal Sound" had no effect (displayed in the animation). Then, Lucky Helmet affects ME when I receive damage. This effect is not trigered when my opponent has Magearna-EX in play. if it's ability prevents effects to its owner, it shouldn't affect my tool.
  4. I've been using Weavile's Tear Away ability on spirit links without any problem but when i tried to remove a Bent Spoon I got a "fail animation" (there was no Hex Maniac or Garbodor in play). The Bent Spoon should only prevent from the effects of the opponent's pokemon attack but not any abilities. I hope this will have been fixed by the time a new update is released. Thanks in advance
  5. 2 times i have made Rayquazza active in play its ended the game in defeat strait away i had full bench with garados +6 water and embor 4fire and one water and rayquazza too with one of each energy knowing id be able to attach a 3ird i played him in then the game ended in me being defeated ???? saying i had no card to play like ive got no pokemon left i had 3 prize cards opponant had 4 ? im sorry but whos winning ? he had a eve in play and on bench ???? guys more faults now since the server went down really appreciate what you guys do but cmon? also fighiting fury belt +40 hp on Garados 130hp so 130 + 40 = 170 got knocked out buy a 140 damage move when i had full health leads me to think the system didnt register the fighiting fury belt as garados would normally be knocked out at 130hp
  6. I posted this in the game feedback section originally, where I was told that this in fact a bug related to the card, so I have reposted it here.. So I played a game against this guy that was running a Spiritomb in his deck... But it was unlike any other card I had ever seen before. Basically it had an ability that allowed it to move damage counters from the enemies pokemon to other pokemon as many times as it wanted, even if the counters they moved onto a pokemon knocked it out, they would still be able to move damage counters from that knocked out pokemon to other pokemon as long as they stayed in the moves interface. This allowed them to kill most of my entire bench of basic pokemon, aswell as severely damage my active pokemon, simply because I switched out one of my more damaged pokemon (it had 100 damage on it)... ultimately causing me to lose the match.. With 1 move... Which begs the question; why can you move damage counters from pokemon that have already been knocked out by the move? He literally just moved 70 damage counters to my clefairy, it died, then he moved the counters from the clefairy to my buneary until it died, and so on and so forth until pretty much everything was dead... I feel like a move this powerful should at least have a higher cost, seeing as the swing potential it has in 1 turn it can wipe your whole bench if you're not careful and have more than 1 damaged pokemon on your bench/active or just have a high hp pokemon with a lot of damage counters on it OR just don't know how the move even works... Like I did. I feel like the move should at least be changed so when you move the damage counters to a pokemon and it knocks out that pokemon, the pokemon gets moved to the discard pile and you lose those counters.... Instead of just destroying an entire team simply because your opponent let their pokemon get damaged to a decent amount without it getting knocked out, and you switch in your spiritomb while you have initiative (you switch out your active pokemon, your active pokemon dies, etc...) and just slap a couple energy on it if you haven't already (which is pretty easy to do by the way, since it has a 1 * energy sleep move) before your enemy has time to kill it, and just start sweeping... Maybe if it was on an EX card for a bit higher of a cost/risk I would understand but the way it is now just seems unfair. I've searched all over Google for the card that I am referencing and I was unable to find it which means the copy that I am talking about probably only exists in game and changing it would be a simple matter... So please, don't ruin my desire to play this game... Fix Spiritomb.
  7. Antarem

    Eelektross energy bug

    which card: Zapplarang holopgraphic with the ability (couldnt find the nr after searching) what: attacking with electricannon and using the chance of +50 extra damage takes all electric energy away instead of just 1 how it is said in the text. to which card: Hariyama not holographic with the attack fake out client version: 2.38.0.2681:94#1129
  8. I was playing with a Metal Toolbox Deck in expanded against what looked like the Mega Audino deck that won the world championships. I had a Genesect EX (Fates Collide #120) against a Mega Audino (Fates Collide 85) and attached to my Genesect I had a Float Stone (Breakthrough 137). I tried to use the Drive Change on my turn and it allowed me to click Drive Change (no Hex maniac or other ability disruption had occurred) and the card just shook like cards do when a move doesn't do anything, and the float stone stayed on the Genesect. Next turn, I retreated my genesect to my bench, tried to drive change and the exact same thing happened. Please fix this My opponent had a Magearna EX, Hoopa EX, Shaymin EX, and another Mega Audino EX on their bench while I had a Keldeo EX, Klang (Plasma Storm 89), and Shaymin EX All the Shaymin EX were RS and the Hoopa was AO
  9. Darty17

    Basic Green deck missing

    Hello, In versus mode, I can no longer select the BAsic Green deck - it does not appear in my list of decks.
  10. x-Z-IE-R-O-x

    Float Stone Bug

    Attaching a Float Stone to my active Pokemon will sometimes result in a Game crash where both timers stop and I cant do anything but concede or close the App
  11. XenonHacks

    Are the servers down?

    I started playing this game about an hour ago, im on my 5th match and the game freezes on me so I closed the client, but now when I try to log in to continue the match it says loading data from the server please wait and and finishes but then just does nothing and shows this ********************* uninstalling and clearing my registry does nothing.
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  13. My active was Zoroark Break and my opponent's was Greninja Break (sleep). I used Foul Play to do Shadow Stitching twice on Greninja without a problem. Then Greninja woke up and used Shadow Stitching on Zoroark. On my turn, when I used Foul Play it just fizzled and I did not get the option to choose one of Greninja's attack. It looked to me like Shadow Stitching stopped Foul Play. It should not have happened since Foul Play was an attack and not an ability. Below is part of the log. Let me know if Dev needs the full log. Compare #159 (successful Foul Play to Shadow Stitching) and #191 (failed Foul Play) 158. *********'s Greninja BREAK is now Asleep. 159. MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK used its Foul Play attack. 160. MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK used Shadow Stitching and did 40 damage to *********'s Greninja BREAK. 161. ********* flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 0 heads and 1 tails, for Asleep. 162. It is now *********'s turn (Turn #8). 163. ********* drew a card. 164. ********* put Greninja onto the Bench. 165. *********'s Frogadier evolved into Greninja. 166. ********* played Rough Seas. 167. ********* played Rough Seas. 168. *********'s Greninja BREAK healed for 30. 169. ********* played Trainers' Mail. 170. ********* drew Dive Ball. 171. ********* played Dive Ball. 172. ********* drew Greninja BREAK. 173. ********* put Greninja BREAK onto the Bench. 174. *********'s Greninja evolved into Greninja BREAK. 175. ********* flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 0 heads and 1 tails, for Asleep. 176. It is now MewSevenSeven's turn (Turn #9). 177. MewSevenSeven drew VS Seeker. 178. MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK used its Foul Play attack. 179. MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK used Shadow Stitching and did 40 damage to *********'s Greninja BREAK. 180. ********* flipped 1 coin(s), resulting in 1 heads and 0 tails, for Asleep. 181. *********'s Greninja BREAK is no longer Asleep. 182. It is now *********'s turn (Turn #10). 183. ********* drew a card. 184. ********* played Rough Seas. 185. *********'s Greninja BREAK healed for 30. 186. ********* attached a Water Energy to Greninja BREAK. 187. *********'s Greninja BREAK used Shadow Stitching and did 40 damage to MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK. 188. It is now MewSevenSeven's turn (Turn #11). 189. MewSevenSeven drew Double Colorless Energy. ***. MewSevenSeven attached a Darkness Energy to Zorua. 191. MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK used its Foul Play attack. 192. It is now *********'s turn (Turn #12). Data For Entry Number: 183 Log Entry: ****** drew a card. Source: Card not revealed yet so there's no card data. This is likely from a draw card action. Player who performed this action: Opponent Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Opponent Data For Entry Number: 184 Log Entry: ****** played Rough Seas. Source: Name: RoughSeas Set Name: XY—Primal Clash Set Number: 137 Card Type: TrainerCard Entity Name: TrainerCard Owner: Opponent Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Opponent Data For Entry Number: 185 Log Entry: ******'s Greninja BREAK healed for 30. Source: Name: GreninjaBREAK Set Name: XY—BREAKpoint Set Number: 041 Card Type: Pokemon Entity Name: Pokemon Owner: Opponent Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Opponent Data For Entry Number: 186 Log Entry: ****** attached a Water Energy to Greninja BREAK. Source: Name: GreninjaBREAK Set Name: XY—BREAKpoint Set Number: 041 Card Type: Pokemon Entity Name: Pokemon Owner: Opponent Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Opponent Data For Entry Number: 187 Log Entry: ******'s Greninja BREAK used Shadow Stitching and did 40 damage to MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK. Source: Name: GreninjaBREAK Set Name: XY—BREAKpoint Set Number: 041 Card Type: Pokemon Entity Name: Pokemon Owner: Opponent Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Opponent Target: Name: ZoroarkBREAK Set Name: XY—BREAKthrough Set Number: 092 Card Type: Pokemon Entity Name: Owner: Current Player Data For Entry Number: 188 Log Entry: It is now MewSevenSeven's turn (Turn #11). No debug data found, likely this is an entry for drawing a card, displaying coin flip results, or a similar action. Data For Entry Number: 189 Log Entry: MewSevenSeven drew Double Colorless Energy. Source: Name: DoubleColorlessEnergy Set Name: BW—Next Destinies Set Number: 092 Card Type: Energy Entity Name: Energy Owner: Current Player Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Current Player Data For Entry Number: *** Log Entry: MewSevenSeven attached a Darkness Energy to Zorua. Source: Name: Zorua Set Name: XY—BREAKthrough Set Number: 089 Card Type: Pokemon Entity Name: Owner: Current Player Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Current Player Data For Entry Number: 191 Log Entry: MewSevenSeven's Zoroark BREAK used its Foul Play attack. Source: Name: ZoroarkBREAK Set Name: XY—BREAKthrough Set Number: 092 Card Type: Pokemon Entity Name: Owner: Current Player Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Current Player Data For Entry Number: 192 Log Entry: It is now ******'s turn (Turn #12). No debug data found, likely this is an entry for drawing a card, displaying coin flip results, or a similar action. Data For Entry Number: 193 Log Entry: ****** drew a card. Source: Name: EnergyRetrieval Set Name: XY—Primal Clash Set Number: 126 Card Type: TrainerCard Entity Name: TrainerCard Owner: Opponent Actor: Name: Set Name: No Set Data Set Number: No Set Number Card Type: No Card Type Entity Name: PlayerEntity Owner: Opponent
  14. Just got out of a battle with my Psychic deck, which uses Grumpig (**** 31/124.) Used Head Walking, which should raise a Power Gem Carbink from the discard pile, and it did. BUT the 30 damage counters went on Grumpig, instead of the target Pokemon! I have the log saved, if that will help. I will play more games and teast head-walking. Thank you, ZevKyogre
  15. GrewupGeek

    Card Effects Not Working

    Hey, ever since the last upgrade, some of my cards aren't working completely, mainly the effects from abilities or attacks don't activate like they are supposed to. Like for example, when I play Aegislash or Altaria, their abilities to remove weakness never activates once when put onto the field. And when it comes to playing Jirachi, the one I use has the move Doom Desire, which knocks out my opponents active pokemon at the end of their next turn, yet the opponents pokemon is still in play, and I wasted a couple of energy cards. And this isn't from another pokemon ability to cancel other abilities, or anything else, because there is no red circles appearing anywhere. Before, the only issue I had was with a M Glailie to where it's attack, Cryo Mouth, which is suppose to gain a power boost after the card has at least 10 damage counters on it, yet doesn't activate until you have at least a 100. What's the deal, is it a bug, a glitch, or did something get messed up during the upgrade?
  16. Mega_Mewthree

    Sylveon Wonder Energy Glitch

    When Sylveon used it Curling Ribbon attack on my Xerneas Break which had a Wonder Energy attached, it was able to move my energy off of it.
  17. I would like to report a bug related to Talonflame. Playing a game today versus, he came in my hand and could not start with him even though he had the ability, if you come in my initial hand, I can put it in the field. Please find attached a photo with the bug. Thank you.
  18. Server Version: 2.38.0.2531 Client Version: 2.38.0.2681:94:#1090 XY: Basic Green Deck Simisage's Torment effect doesn't work after attacking and being knocked out from Chesnaught's Spiky Sheild abililty. Chesnaught is able to use Touchdown, it's only attack, on the new active Pokemon the next turn. So here's what happened in-game: ... Both players are using the XY: Basic Green Deck Player 1 active Pokemon: Simisage (with 60 damage counters) Player 2 active Pokemon: Chesnaught Player 1 turn: Simisage(30HP left) uses Torment on Chesnaught. Player 1 selects Chesnaught's Touchdown as part of Torment's effect. Simisage is knocked out due to Chesnaught's ability. Player 1 chooses a new active Pokemon. (At this time, I've noticed that the down arrow on Chesnaught, indicating that it is being affected by a negative effect, is gone.) Player 2 turn: Chesnaught is able to attack Player 1's new active Pokemon with Touchdown. ...
  19. I was testing out the new Steam Siege theme decks. I had already played ninja boy a previous turn. On my field was Hawlucha. Every time a tool would be played I would get a prompt asking if I wanted to switch my opponents Pokemon. This happened in 3 different games.
  20. Both of us only have active pokemon. After I defeated the enemy's active pokemon, the game doesn't progress. The game still runs but the timers are stopped. I could still look at the cards and go to the menu but it doesn't proceed to the victory screen. It also shows that my prize cards reduced by 1, but I didn't see the card go to my hand or anything. I can't concede as well so I have to close the game... Anyone else bump into this problem? This is really frustrating it already happened to me a lot of times
  21. wwhsdjhudj

    Parallel City Glitch

    Basically when I was playing a versus match, I had sky field out and 6 Pokemon on my Bench and then my opponent played a Parallel City with the side limiting an opponent to 3 Pokemon in the Bench facing me. I was then prompted to discard Pokemon and it only had me discard until I had 5 on my Bench, and that was it, I just played with 5 on my Bench... I have a picture but I do not know where to put it.
  22. Hi, I want to report some noticed issue about Tauros and Regice. Both have issues about their second attack. Tauros: You don't throw the corretly number for the attached energy on Tauros. Regice: Regice prevents damage and effects by all pokemon. Not by Pokemon-EX which is written on the card. I am sorry for my bad grammar etc.
  23. When i have used supporter cards the require you ton hit "done" after selecting cards ito freezes on me not allowing me to finish my turn causing me to lose on a few occasions very frustrating. Please fix. Sincerely MrMcgriddles
  24. Hello, I have been experiencing a game bug that freezes the game. It happened to me twice already on VS battle, the most recent one being 10 minutes ago. I have a daily challenge to KO 16 Pokémon using Darkness type... and I was about to lose the battle. When my Opponent took the last prize card, the game froze. Timers stopped for both players. I could not even Concede, so the only way out was to exit the game (force-close it). Other than that, it did not count the 3 Pokémon KO'd using my Darkness type Pokémon when I logged back in. Please take a look into this. Thank you.
  25. I just had a game where my first Yanmega BREAK had a muscle band on it and so Manectric-EX was able to use Assault Laser and deal 120 damage. But the next few turns the opponents Manectric-EX was able to deal out 120 damage with Assault Laser when my Yanmega BREAK and Yanmega didn't have any tool cards attached to them. I'm not sure if this is an old problem with Manectric-EX or an new one with the new Yanmega and the Yanmega BREAK cards. It could be like with that stadium card that added to retreats but the effect was still there if removed but with my tool cards. I will be emailing the exported battle report thing also as it will not fit here.
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