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This thread contains a collection of known issues in version 2.72 of the Pokémon TCG Online. These issues have been logged into the bug tracking database and will be resolved by the development team in order of severity.
 
If you have encountered an issue that does not appear in this thread, please report the it via the Report a Game Bug area of the forums, or the Pokémon Support Portal.


Change Log

Jul. 8, 2020

  • Added: Banette-GX (CES #66, 157, 174, SV61): While Sky Field (ROS #89) is in play the Pokémon on the far right side of the opponent's Bench cannot be consistently chosen when using Shady Move. 
  • Added: Chandelure (GRI #13): While Sky Field (ROS #89) is in play the Pokémon on the far right side of the opponent's Bench cannot be consistently chosen when using Shady Move. 
  • Added: Dusknoir (BCR #63, PLB #104): While Sky Field (ROS #89) is in play the Pokémon on the far right side of the opponent's Bench cannot be consistently chosen when using Sinister Hand. 
  • Added: Galarian Stunfisk (SSH #132): Snap Trap does not consistently trigger when Galarian Stunfisk is damaged by an attack that required Energy to be discarded from the attacking Pokémon as part of the attack.
  • Added: Gastly (EVO #47): Little Grudge does not consistently trigger when Gastly is Knocked Out by damage from an attack that required Energy to be discarded from the attacking Pokémon as part of the attack.
  • Added: Tag Switch (UNM #209, 254): The match may become non-responsive for the user that played this card if they choose the Pokémon that the Energy will be moved to and click Done before the brief animation from the previous step finishes playing. This bug can be avoided by waiting for each step's animation to fully complete before proceeding with the next step.
  • Added: Attacks with an effect that copies an attack on another Pokémon, such as Clefairy's (EVO #63) Metronome, do not consistently fizzle if the attacking player repeatedly chooses to copy an attack with the same type of attack copying effect.
  • Added: Effects that Knock Out a Pokémon regardless of its remaining HP, such as Mismagius's (UNB #78) Mysterious Message and Rampardos's (UPR #65) Wild Crash attack, place enough damage counters on the affected Pokémon to reduce its HP to 0 before it is removed from play, rather than just removing it from play.
  • Added: Effects that remove a Pokémon's Retreat Cost while a specific type of Energy is attached do not consistently end immediately after a card effect removes all of that type of Energy from the Pokémon.
  • Added: The development team is currently investigating sporadic reports that some users were able to play 2 Supporter cards from their hand on the same turn without the use of an effect like Magnezone's (PLS #46) Dual Brains or Lt. Surge's Strategy (UNB #178, HIF #60). Users who experience this issue should submit a support ticket with a copy of the full gamelog for further investigation by the team.
  • Added: The login screen's Remember Password option is incorrectly translated in the Dutch client.

 

Jun. 23, 2020

  • Removed [FIXED]: Black Market Prism Star (TEU #134): The attacking player still takes 1 fewer Prize card if the effect of their attack removes all of the {D} Energy from the opponent's {D} Pokémon that will be Knocked Out by the damage from that same attack.
  • Removed [FIXED]: Guzma (BUS #115, 143, SV84): The active player is still able to switch their Active Pokémon after an effect prevented the opponent's Benched Pokémon from being switched with their Active Pokémon.
  • Removed [FIXED]: Leafeon-GX (UPR #13, 139, 157, SV46, BSP SM146): Grand Bloom GX does not allow Basic Pokémon that entered play during the current turn to be evolved.
  • Removed [FIXED]: Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX (UNM #1, 214, 215, 237): Super Growth does not allow Pokémon that entered play during the current turn to be evolved.

 

Jun. 18, 2020

  • Added: Coalossal (RCL #107, BSP SWSH024): Tar Generator cannot be used by a player that is affected by Horror House GX (Gengar & Mimikyu-GX, TEU #53, 164, 165, 186).
  • Added: Guzma (BUS #115, 143, SV84): The active player is still able to switch their Active Pokémon after an effect prevented the opponent's Benched Pokémon from being switched with their Active Pokémon.

 

Jun. 17, 2020

  • Updated: Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX (UNM #1, 214, 215, 237): Super Growth does not allow Pokémon that entered play during the current turn to be evolved.

 

Jun. 16, 2020

  • Added: Black Market Prism Star (TEU #134): The attacking player still takes 1 fewer Prize card if the effect of their attack removes all of the {D} Energy from the opponent's {D} Pokémon that will be Knocked Out by the damage from that same attack. 
  • Added: Leafeon-GX (UPR #13, 139, 157, SV46, BSP SM146): Grand Bloom GX does not allow Basic Pokémon that entered play during the current turn to be evolved.
  • Added: Rowlet & Alolan Exeggutor-GX (UNM #1, 214, 215, 237): The player going second cannot evolve a Pokémon using Super Growth on their first turn of the match.
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Cards

  • Banette-GX (CES #66, 157, 174, SV61): While Sky Field (ROS #89) is in play the Pokémon on the far right side of the opponent's Bench cannot be consistently chosen when using Shady Move. 
  • Chandelure (GRI #13): While Sky Field (ROS #89) is in play the Pokémon on the far right side of the opponent's Bench cannot be consistently chosen when using Shady Move. 
  • Coalossal (RCL #107, BSP SWSH024): Tar Generator cannot be used by a player that is affected by Horror House GX (Gengar & Mimikyu-GX, TEU #53, 164, 165, 186).
  • Ditto (DET #17): Ditto is not consistently required to have the appropriate amount and type of Energy attached to gain the bonus effect of a copied GX attack.
  • Dusknoir (BCR #63, PLB #104): While Sky Field (ROS #89) is in play the Pokémon on the far right side of the opponent's Bench cannot be consistently chosen when using Sinister Hand. 
  • Galarian Stunfisk (SSH #132): Snap Trap does not consistently trigger when Galarian Stunfisk is damaged by an attack that required Energy to be discarded from the attacking Pokémon as part of the attack.
  • Gastly (EVO #47): Little Grudge does not consistently trigger when Gastly is Knocked Out by damage from an attack that required Energy to be discarded from the attacking Pokémon as part of the attack.
  • Lapras VMAX (SSH #050): 'Pokémon' is misspelled in the attack text on the Spanish version of this card.
  • Shuckle (BSP HGSS15): The Shell Stunner attack text is not correct on the German version of this card.
  • Tag Switch (UNM #209, 254): The match may become non-responsive for the user that played this card if they choose the Pokémon that the Energy will be moved to and click Done before the brief animation from the previous step finishes playing. This bug can be avoided by waiting for each step's animation to fully complete before proceeding with the next step.

 

General

 

  • An error may occur when attempting to uninstall the game via the Control Panel when installed in any language other than English. Running the Installer and selecting "Uninstall" will resolve the issue.
  • The login screen's Remember Password option is incorrectly translated in the Dutch client.
  • The PC client uses more that the intended amount of system memory when logging out of and back into the game without first closing and relaunching the client.

 

Gameplay: General

  • Attacks with an effect that copies an attack on another Pokémon, such as Clefairy's (EVO #63) Metronome, do not consistently fizzle if the attacking player repeatedly chooses to copy an attack with the same type of attack copying effect.
  • Effects that Knock Out a Pokémon regardless of its remaining HP, such as Mismagius's (UNB #78) Mysterious Message and Rampardos's (UPR #65) Wild Crash attack, place enough damage counters on the affected Pokémon to reduce its HP to 0 before it is removed from play, rather than just removing it from play.
  • Effects that remove a Pokémon's Retreat Cost while a specific type of Energy is attached do not consistently end immediately after a card effect removes all of that type of Energy from the Pokémon.
  • The development team is currently investigating sporadic reports that some users were able to play 2 Supporter cards from their hand on the same turn without the use of an effect like Magnezone's (PLS #46) Dual Brains or Lt. Surge's Strategy (UNB #178, HIF #60). Users who experience this issue should submit a support ticket with a copy of the full gamelog for further investigation by the team.
  • The game log does not consistently show the amount of damage done by attacks with an effect that requires the attacking player to make a choice after doing damage.

 

Gameplay: Versus

  • Some players may not appear on the Leaderboards website despite having earned Versus points during the time frame selected.

 

Cards: Deck Manager

  • Deck stats don't update until after logging out and back in to the client, and losses are not consistently tracked.


Cards: Trading

  • Clicking on the dark blue background around the Collection Number text entry field in the Card Filters window causes that field to become disabled until the Reset button is clicked.
  • While an avatar item is equipped any additional, tradable copies of that item in the Collection cannot be included in a trade offer.

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