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Update to official Japanese Pokémon TCG site reveals new cards from the upcoming Dragon and Colorless ex Start Decks

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Greedent ex and Dragonite ex
Updates on the Pokémon Trading Card Game's official Japanese homepage and YouTube channel have revealed a selection of new Pokémon cards which will be in Japan on July 7th as part of the upcoming Dragon and Colorless ex Start Decks. As the names suggest, each deck in this set is focused on a specific type of Pokémon. Cards from these decks are expected to be released internationally as part of the Scarlet & Violet - Obsidian Flames expansion.

The first eight ex Start Decks, one for each of the eight Basic Energy types that currently exist in the Standard format of the TCG, were first announced back in May, during the live broadcast of Day 1 of the Pokémon TCG Champions League. Each deck is lead by a type-matching Pokémon ex, each of which is making their first appearance as part of these decks. The two decks revealed today were mentioned in that initial announcement only as secret decks which could be found in a special deck pack, which can contain any one of the ten ex Start Decks.

Full deck lists will not be available for some time, given that these products are still weeks away from release. All cards currently known to be launching as part of this set have been compiled on Bulbapedia. Below, we've included translations of the newly revealed cards from today's update.
Card #Card ImageTranslation
SVD 088/139
Dratini HP 70 :N:

:C: Tail Snap 20
SVD 089/139
Dragonair HP 100 :N:

:C: Ram 30

:W::L: Dragon Tail 70x
Flip 2 coins. This attack does 70 damage for each heads.
SVD 090/139
Dragonite ex HP 330 :N:

:C: Wing Attack 70

:W::L: Meteor Break 140+
Flip a coin. If heads, this attack deals 140 more damage. If tails, during your next turn, this Pokémon can't attack.
SVD 091/139
Drampa HP 120 :N:

:C::C: Outrage 60+
This attack does 10 more damage for each damage counter on this Pokémon.
SVD 094/139
Lillipup HP 50 :C:

:C: Rear Kick 20
SVD 095/139
Herdier HP 90 :C:

:C: Rear Kick 30

:C::C: Hammer In 50
SVD 096/139
Stoutland HP 160 :C:

:C: Chomp Chomp Panic
This attack does 50 damage for each :C: in your opponent's Active Pokémon's Retreat Cost.

:C::C::C: Sharp Fang 140
SVD 099/139
Skwovet HP 60 :C:

:C: Snitching Food
Discard the top card of your opponent's deck.

:C: Gentle Slap 10
SVD 100/139
Greedent ex HP 260 :C:

:C: Super Greed
Look at the top 3 cards of your deck. You may put those cards into your hand. If you don't, discard those cards and draw 3 cards.

:C::C::C: Foolish Roolling 210
During your next turn, this Pokémon can't use Foolish Rolling.


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