Jump to content

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'cards'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • English
    • Pokémon TCG Online Announcements
    • Pokémon TCG Online Discussion
    • Pokémon TCG Online Support
    • General Pokémon Discussion
  • Français
    • Annonces du JCC Pokémon Online
    • Pokémon JCC Online
    • Assistance du JCC Pokémon Online
    • Discussions générales sur les Pokémon
  • Italiano
    • Annunci del GCC Pokémon Online
    • Discussioni del GCC Pokémon Online
    • Supporto del GCC Pokémon Online
    • Argomenti di carattere generale
  • Deutsch
    • Pokémon Sammelkartenspiel Online: Ankündigungen
    • Pokémon Sammelkartenspiel Online: Diskussionsforen
    • Pokémon Sammelkartenspiel Online: Support
    • Allgemeines Pokémon Diskussionsforum
  • Español
    • Anuncios de JCC Pokémon Online
    • Discusiones sobre JCC Pokémon Online
    • Asistencia sobre JCC Pokémon Online
    • Discusiones generales sobre Pokémon
  • Português
    • Comunicados Pokémon TCG Online
    • Discussões Pokémon TCG Online
    • Suporte Pokémon TCG Online
    • Discussão Geral Pokémon

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Found 1,345 results

  1. Cards: Magnezone (60/236 UNM) & Metal Frying Pan (112/131 FBL)Expected Action: When any Metal-type Magneton (such as 82/156 ULP) is holding Metal Frying Pan and evolves into the above-mentioned Lightning-type Magnezone with its dual type ability, the Metal Frying Pan should continue to appear as and work as normal, because Magnezone's ability makes it both Lightning- and Metal-type.Actual Action: Instead, the Metal Frying Pan icon is X'd out as if it has no effect, with the accompanying "this tool has no effect" message in the little red box. I'm not sure whether this is just a visual bug or if the tool actually doesn't have an effect.Steps to Reproduce: Attach a Metal Frying Pan to a Metal-type Magneton, then evolve it into the dual type Magnezone (60/236 UNM). (Presumably this would also happen if the tool was attached to a Metal-type Magnemite and then it evolved via Rare Candy, but I haven't tested it yet.) Note: The last time I encountered this, the Magnezone had already taken some damage. After using Pokemon Center Lady to fully heal it, the X on its held Metal Frying Pan disappeared, as did the red message box. Strange. The same effect occurs if the Magnezone was on my bench when it evolved and I move it to the active spot after. Note: If the Pokemon is not given the Metal Frying Pan until after it evolves into the dual-type Magnezone, it appears correctly and works correctly.
  2. When using Ninja Boy on Mewtwo&Mew-GX the game crashes most of the time if not always. ****** Pokémon Trading Card Game Deck List ****** ##Pokémon - 21 * 1 Drampa-GX GRI 142 * 2 Shaymin-EX ROS 77 * 1 Tauros-GX SUM 100 * 1 Latias-EX PLF 85 * 1 Comfey GRI 93 * 1 Machamp-EX AOR 90 * 1 Pheromosa & Buzzwole-GX UNB 1 * 1 Pheromosa-GX UPR 140 * 1 Dedenne-GX UNB 57 * 2 Jolteon-EX GEN 28 * 1 Magearna-EX STS 110 * 1 Marshadow UNB 81 * 1 Mewtwo & Mew-GX UNM 71 * 1 Mewtwo-EX BKT 164 * 2 Tapu Lele-GX GRI 60 * 1 Unown AOR 30 * 1 Glaceon-EX FCO 20 * 1 Keldeo-GX UNM 47 ##Trainer Cards - 28 * 1 Hapu UNM 200 * 1 Fighting Fury Belt BKP 99 * 1 Stealthy Hood UNB 186 * 2 Mallow GRI 127 * 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130 * 1 Lillie SUM 147 * 3 Pokémon Communication TEU 152 * 1 Scramble Switch PLS 129 * 3 Dimension Valley PHF 93 * 1 Reset Stamp UNM 206 * 3 Ninja Boy STS 103 * 3 Ultra Ball SUM 135 * 1 Battle Compressor Team Flare Gear PHF 92 * 2 Guzma BUS 115 * 3 VS Seeker ROS 110 * 1 Field Blower GRI 163 ##Energy - 11 * 1 Beast Energy {*} FLI 117 * 2 Rainbow Energy SUM 137 * 4 Double Colorless Energy FCO 114 * 4 Prism Energy NXD 93 Total Cards - 60 ****** Deck List Generated by the Pokémon TCG Online www.pokemon.com/TCGO ******
  3. Hello! I noticed a bug with Miraculous Shine attack. My opponent's pokémons refused to devolve, denny the effect of Espeon-EX attack. I cheked all cards of the field e none of them are supose to negate the attack. The game log is in spoiler tag (the potential bug occurs in 290): Thank you for any help.
  4. Hello PTCGO, I may have seen a bug... In one game earlier, I played 2 Electropower on Alolan Raichu, twice and discarded one energy to knockout a 90 HP Zygarde (UNM #124).... This game log shows a game I just recently played and some added info that will be needed for my discussion. Electropower I believe is bugged possibly because it isn't calculating the damage regularily... It showed damage equal to one electropower being used instead of 3. Hope this helps. Game Log Output Begins Here:
  5. The Giratina and Garchomp tag team card does not work about 50% percent of the time. I have both the sm193 promo, and the unified minds 146/236 print. When I have the full energy cost for any of the attacks I am not able to use them as though I have not paid the energy cost. This happens with basic energy along with special energy. Even when trying to use Linear Attack, you may be unable. This happens without the effects of an opponents attacks, and it is very frustrating. Client: 2.65.1.4419Card: Garchomp & Giratina GXCard Number: Black Star Promo SM193, Unified Minds #146, Unified Minds #228, Unified Minds #247 Expected Action: The attacks should be able to be used when the energy cost is met by unit energy, rainbow energy, basic energy, and other forms of special energy; however, this does not happen always.Actual Action: The card will either not be able to attack at all, or will display any number of combinations of the cards attacks as usable, while others are unusable, such as being able to use Calamitous Slash and not Linear Attack.Steps to Reproduce: I had the most trouble with this card when using it in a deck with Porygon Z (Unbroken Bonds #157) and special energies (rainbow, Unit energy fighting dark fairy, and unit energy lightning psychic metal). I switched my deck list entirely to try and avoid the issue, but it still happens with basic energies.
  6. LegendofZapdos5

    Trading Cards

    I did not see anyone post anything on this subject but I have encountered a bug for private trades. When I go to set up a private trade with a friend-some of his/her cards would be missing (Even though they got it marked for trade). When I go to my selection to choose cards I want to trade to them-almost all mine (Or sometimes a few) are not showing up for trade. I have tried to mess with the filters but when I leave a trade and come back-the same problem is there again. I checked to make sure my cards are marked for trade and they are. Also different cards are missing for different friends I try to trade with. It also has the same affect if I try to counter-trade them as well. If someone else has reported this already-then please delete this post. EDIT: This bug does not affect public trades. It only affects private ones. My public trade I want to set up-the cards I got marked for trade show up just fine.
  7. ValeryLarame

    [CARD] Stadium cards bug

    Stadium cards such as Aether paradise conservation area and shrine of memories will cause the game to freeze when played from your hand. after this the timer will start and you'll run out of time causing you to basically lose that turn.
  8. Hi! When my opponent evolves Froakie into Greninja-GX using Rare Candy then Greninja's Ability Shuriken Flurry doesn't work. Am I wrong? If not, there is a bug.
  9. Noticed whenever Mewtwo/Mew Tag-Team GX is battling against another Mewtwo/Mew GX, any damage doesn’t apply weakness? Why. Mewtwo/ Mew clearly states on the card weakness x2 from Psychic types.
  10. I recently played a game where my opponent dropped a Giant Hearth, and it would not let me use the Stadium effect. The stadium did not have the green aura indicating a usable effect, and clicking did nothing. I had plenty of cards in hand and deck, and I was playing a Charizard deck. Actual Action: Unable to use Opponent's Giant Hearth stadium card. Expected Action: Able to use Opponent's Giant Hearth stadium card. Game log: (Stadium in question is played at item 223)
  11. Zygarde's Cellular Companions ability says that as long as it's on your bench, your Zygarde's and Zygarde-GX's attacks do 20 more damage. However, I was just in a game in which I had multiple Zygarde in play, one of which was my active Pokemon. It attacked with its 20-base-power Boost Fang, but it only did 60 damage because of the boost from Martial Arts Dojo. The other two Zygarde on my bench didn't affect it. Attached is the game log up until just after that happened. Card: Zygarde 124/236 UMExpected Action: If one Zygarde is active, and one or more others are benched, the abilities of the benched ones should boost the damage of the active one.Actual Action: Zygarde's Boost Fang attack only does the base 20 damage, plus boosts from anything other than other Zygarde.Steps to Reproduce: Make Zygarde your active Pokemon. Put another one on the bench. Attack, and note the amount of damage.
  12. AlexLikesBacon

    [GAME] Sudden Death bug

    A standard match I was playing online today ended in sudden death. When setting up for the sudden death match, the game used the old rules for sudden death matches, wherein both players would set out 1 prize card each, and the first player to reach a win condition takes the game. New rules (as of July 2019) say that sudden death matches are set up like regular matches, where both players set out 6 prize cards and the first player to either reach a win condition or have less prizes remaining than their opponent would take the game. Due to this incorrect behavior, the match started with myself taking a Reset Stamp to 1 card, essentially locking me out of the game. I feel that this is a pretty major thing to have functioning incorrectly!
  13. As the spoiler calls above in bold, HeatranGX's ability to get Fire Energies from other Pokemon worked pretty well to attach it 5 energies. When using Hot Burn attack it didn't count the 2 Special Fire energies, doing just 150 damage instead of 250. I call this because other Pokemon with an attack with the same description do the correct damage like CameruptEx and Turtonator (Dragon Majesty).
  14. StHawlucha

    Online packet counter bug

    My son encountered the counter bug a few days ago. He opened approximately 40 online packets and received one GX but no other cards of consequence i.e. no full art trainers, no secret rares, no other GX or tag team GX, at best possibly one holo but likely none and kept getting the same common cards time after time. He lodged a complaint with support and received the answer that a ratio of 40 packets to 1 GX or ultra rare or better was acceptable. They insist it had nothing to do with the counter bug. My son has opened hundreds possibly thousands of packets online and never experienced a shocking ratio as above but we are now being forced to accept it based on a feeble argument utilising the word "random". I would appreciate anyone who experienced the same to post their experience here or message us. Thank you. Sincerely, Luke
  15. Card: Giratina (97/214 LoT)Expected Action: Its ability's description begins by saying, "Once during your turn". So if the same card returns to the discard pile during the turn (for example, with the effect of Giovanni's Exile), one should not be able to use that card's ability again for the rest of that turn.Actual Action: This ability can be used an unlimited number of times, provided you can get the necessary cards in your hand to return them to the discard pile.Steps to Reproduce: With a Giratina in your discard pile, activate its ability. Then use a card such as Giovanni's Exile or another method to return that same card to the discard pile. Note that that same card's ability is once again selectable.
  16. Hello. I've got a trainer card called TWINS (Triumphant 89) by trading, a great add for my new deck. But while selecting Trainer cards in the Deck Manager it doesn't show up so I can't add it to my deck. It does show up on my collection as owned but doesn't on Deck Manager. Why does this occur?? Twins Card
  17. I was playing Mewtwo & Mew GX and used Clear Vision GX (from Latios GX) while opponent has a Keldeo GX as his active. However, he was still able to use Keldeo's GX attack later in that game. Keldeo GX's ability: Prevent all effects of attacks, including damage, done to this Pokémon by your opponent's Pokémon-GX or Pokémon-EX. Clear Vision GX: For the rest of this game, your opponent can't use any GX attacks. My point of view is that Clear Vision GX should be a debuff targeted to the player instead of opponent's pokemons, so Keldeo's ability should not be able to block the effect from Clear Vision GX. Below is the game log (please note no. 97 and no. 130) Game Log Output Begins Here:
  18. Card: Raticate Card Number: Black & White—Plasma Freeze 88/116 Expected Action: Transfer Junk should put a Team Plasma Pokémon, a Team Plasma Trainer card, and a Team Plasma Energy card from the player's discard pile into his or her hand. Actual Action: Although without any Team Plasma Energy cards in the discard pile. Transfer Junk should let the player choose a Team Plasma Pokémon and a Team Plasma Trainer card from the discard pile into his or her hand, instead the player could not press the Done button after choosing both cards. Steps to Reproduce: Attach one energy to Raticate and use Transfer Junk. This is my game log:
  19. Recently while playing a game online I used the GX attack of the pokemon card Muk & Alolan Muk-GX to place 15 poison/damage counters on the opponent's active pokemon. This attack was successful (nominal) and my turn ended as expected, doing the expected 150 damage. However, during the next turn the opposing pokemon defeated my Muk & Alolan Muk-GX pokemon, who was sent to the graveyard (Discard Pile). Unexpectedly, at this moment, the poison/damage counters already applied to my opponent's active pokemon disappeared as if it were healed. This is a bug, right?
  20. Slaking UNM 170 has an attack called Dynamic Swing. It normally does 100 but you can choose to do 200 with the effect that Slaking takes 100 more damage on your opponent's turn. I built a deck around it and Giant Bomb, but for some reason the extra 100 damage never triggers when my opponent attacks, even if I choose to do the extra 100 damage. This has caused some issues where the opponent doesn't do enough to activate my Giant Bomb, which pretty much defeats the purpose of the deck. Below is a relevant Game Log where I used the attack for 200 and the opponent's attack didn't do 100 more:
  21. Rescue Scarf ought to prevent any Pokemon to which it is attached from reaching its destination, if it is Knocked out from damage from an attack. Regardless of whether the resolution-destination is the Discard Pile (ie graveyard) for regular pokemon, or the Lost Zone for Prism Star cards. Tonight while playing a Versus match online, I intentionally put a Rescue Scarf on my Diancie Prism Star, to prevent it from being "killed" and sent to the Lost Zone by attack damage on the next turn. That didn't work. Instead, the Diancie Prism Star card went to the Lost Zone, as if it didn't have a Rescue Scarf attached, and the Rescue Scarf went to the Discard Pile. This is a bug, right? The rulings online explicitly state that in non-online play, Rescue Scarf prevents Prism Star cards from going to the Lost Zone normally. I suspect your programmers have either a) an order of operations ("stack") sequencing error in their code; or, b) a "clobbering" problem where both effects are trying to resolve simultaneously, and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't, randomly based on game stack and network/environment factors. Either is bad. This is probably affecting EVERY PRISM STAR CARD in Pokemon TCGO. Which is super bad. Or, the rules rulings between offline and online Pokemon are inconsistent, which is worse. Comments and updates appreciated. p.s. This has affected me in other games before tonight.
  22. Pokemon Center Lady is currently legal in Standard. I assume it's because Hidden Fates has been programmed into the game and Pokemon Center Lady is getting a reprint. Screenshot Link The Full Art and Regular Art can be seen at the bottom of the screenshot. I don't know how to prove that I had these filters applied but they were in fact applied. I was also able to queue for standard with Pokemon Center Lady in my deck. (It might just be for me, but it seems to be censoring the link and I can't open it. Hopefully the mods are able to view it though).
  23. jaredspec714

    Celesteela GX Ability not working.

    Hello! I might be wrong about this but I have the game log and some (phone) pictures showing the pokemon in the game. My opponent had a magikarp and wailord GX in play and I had a Celesteela GX. My Celesteela GXs Ability states: "As long as this Pokemon is your Active Pokemon, Prevent all effects of your opponents GX attacks. INCLUDING damage done to your Pokemon." However the opponents GX still did damage. What gives? am I not understanding how this ability works? my opponent had no other ability in play that said it ignored my Pokemons ability so I'm very confused. I have considered the possibility that the card meant my benched pokemon? but it does not say that specifically. It just says "your Pokemon" which would include my Celesteela GX. Anyway here is the gamelog and there doesn't seem to be a way to add an attachment for the pictures... Game Log Output Begins Here:
  24. Card: Recycle Energy (Unified Minds 212) Expected Action: If this card is put into your discard pile from play, return it to your hand. Actual Action: This is an odd ******* Whimsicott-GX was knocked out by a Shrine of Punishment. Whimsicott-GX and Cottonee went to the discard pile, but instead of returning to my hand, all 3 Recycle Energies stayed ATTACHED to the Cottonee INSIDE the discard pile. When looking at my cards in my discard pile, I could see the 3 Energies attached to the Cottonee (three circles at the bottom of the ******** if they were still in play). I do have a screenshot of the discard pile that could be very helpful, though I'm pretty sure we can't post those here. Steps to Reproduce: The log should help, there was a lot going on: Spell Tag, Shrine of Punishment, two knock outs... (around lines 325-335 of the game log output), Game log :
  25. After attaching 2 Fire energies and 1 Burning energy to Heatran-GX with its ability it only does 100 Damage with its GX attack instead of 100. ~ last 10 steps of the following Game Log: Game Log Output Begins Here:
×
×
  • Create New...