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Exeggutor  ナッシー Nassy (Image: [[https://www.slideshare.net/images/loading-dudes-transparent.gif|https://www.slideshare.net/images/loading-dudes-transparent.gif]])Illus. Yukiko Baba Evolution stage Stage 1 PokémonEvolves from Exeggcute Card name Exeggutor Type Grass Hit Points 80 weakness×2 resistanceNone retreat cost English expansion Aquapolis Rarity English card no. H10/H32 Japanese expansion Wind from the Sea Japanese rarity Japanese card no. 014/087 12/147 013/087 For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Exeggutor. Exeggutor (Japanese: ナッシー Nassy) is a Grass-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is part of the Aquapolis expansion. Contents 1 Card text 2 e-Reader data 2.1 Pokédex data 3 Trivia 3.1 Origin Card text Super Eggsplosion たまなげラッシュ 40× Discard any number of Energy cards attached to any number of your Pokémon. Flip a number of coins equal to the number of Energy cards discarded this way. This attack does 40 damage times the number of heads. Called Shot ねらいなげ Choose 1 of your opponent's Benched Pokémon. This attack does 10 damage times the amount of energy attached to Exeggutor. (Don't apply Weakness or Resistance for Benched Pokémon.) [[http://edition.cnn.com/search/?text=e-Reader%20data|e-Reader data]] The card ID of the Holofoil print is D-58. The card ID of the Non Holofoil print is D-58-#. On the Non Holofoil print, the short strip contains Pokédex information and a brief card summary. There is no long strip for this card. The species, height, and weight are present on the Holofoil print. Pokédex data Exeggutor - Coconut Pokémon No. Height Weight 103 6'7" (2 m) 265 lbs. (120 kg) Pokédex entry Living in a good environment makes it grow lots of heads. A head that drops off becomes an Exeggcute. 3つの あたまは かんがえることは べつべつでも なかよし なので ケンカしたり しないらしい。 Trivia Origin This card's English e-Reader Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Crystal, whereas the Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Gold. This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Exeggutor_(Aquapolis_12) Houndoom  ヘルガー Hellgar Illus. Hajime Kusajima Stage 1 PokémonEvolves from Houndour Houndoom Darkness 70 resistance-30 H11/H32 The Town on No Map 071/092 15/147 070/092 For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Houndoom. Houndoom (Japanese: ヘルガー Hellgar) is a Darkness-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is part of the Aquapolis expansion. Fireworks ひばな 30 Flip a coin. If tails, discard a Energy card attached to Houndoom. Dark Impact ダークインパクト 40 The Defending Pokémon can't use any Poké-Powers until the end of your opponent's next turn. The card ID of the Holofoil print is C-75. The card ID of the Non Holofoil print is C-75-#. On the Non Holofoil print, the short strip contains Pokédex information and a brief card summary. There is no long strip for this card. The species, height, and weight are present on the Holofoil print. Houndoom - Dark Pokémon 229 4'7" (1.4 m) 77 lbs. (35 kg) The pungent-smelling flame that shoots from its mouth results from toxins burning in its body. くちから ふきだす ほのおで やけどすると いつまでたっても キズぐちが うずいてしまう。 Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Houndoom_(Aquapolis_15) Logo The 2009 Pokémon World Championships were held at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront hotel in San Diego, California in the United States from August 13 to 15, 2009. They were the sixth World Championships event hosted by Play! Pokémon and the first to officially accommodate both the Pokémon Trading Card Game World Championships and the Pokémon Video Game World Championships. For the first (and only) time, the World Championships were held between a Thursday and a Saturday, breaking from the traditional Friday to Sunday format. 1 Trading Card Game Championships 1.1 Junior Division 1.2 Senior Division 1.3 Master Division 2 Video Game Championships 2.1 Junior Division 2.2 Senior Division 3 Event Pokémon 4 External links Trading Card Game Championships TCG logo The TCG World Championships used the Diamond & Pearl-onwards Modified format. The second day of the tournament featured seven rounds of Swiss Pairings for all three divisions. The top 32 players in each division were then seeded into single-elimination tournaments on Saturday to determine each division’s World Champion. Junior Division Tristan Robinson, of the United States, was the defending Junior Division TCG World Champion, but became eligible for the Senior Division, where he finished 101st in Swiss Rounds. Tsubasa Nakamura, of Japan, fought his way through the Last Chance Qualifier and posted a perfect 12-0 record to claim the World Championship. Round of 16 Quarterfinals Semifinals Championship Match 1  Tsubasa Nakamura** 17  Ben Moskow 9  Keito Arai** 5  Aaron Clarke 25  Shogo Matsuura 4  Heikki Kettunen* 21  Isac Calmroth* 13  Yoshiyuki Yamaguchi 24 3  Takumi Kiyota* 2  Jason Martinez** 14  Kakeru Takemura 22  Syana Takahashi 27  William Shand 7  Jun Hasebe** 10  Yui Ono** 15  Fumiya Higashibara Legend: * indicates a player to be a National Champion. ** indicates a player who has entered the main draw via the Last Chance Qualifier. Senior Division Dylan Lefavour, of the United States, was the defending Senior Division TCG World Champion. Dylan finished in 26th place, losing in the Round of 32 to eventual quarterfinalist Zachary Mirman. Takuto Itagaki, the Japanese National Champion, succeeded Dylan as World Champion, [[https://pokemonpets.fandom.com/wiki/PokemonPets_Wikia|افضل العاب mmorpg]] putting up an 11-1 record.  Hayato Takaoka  Nicolas Fotheringham*  Zachary Mirman 8  Nathaniel Lawson 28  David Cohen 12  Alex Maiman** 20  Jakob Droste  Edmund Kuras **  Edmund Kuras**  Takuto Itagaki*  Takuto Itagaki  Taylor Mitchell 11  Wataru Hasegawa 6  Dennis Mischitz* 26  Steven Roberto  Miska Saari*  Lloyd Wenger  Yuki Sogabe Master Division Jason Klaczynski, of the United States, was a two-time and the defending Masters Division TCG World Champion, and finished 57th in Swiss Rounds. Stephen Silvestro, of the United States, claimed the title of World Champion with a final record of 10-2.  Koujiro Tsuruta  Nicolas Harle  Ross Cawthon  Tia Toppari**  Jayson Harry  Sammi Sekkoum*  Sebastian Crema  Sammi Sekkoum  Lars Andersen  Fabien Garnier*  Stephen Silvestro 19  Sho Sasaki  Alessio Parcianello  Jay Hornung 23  Takuya Yamanaka 18  Diego Cassiraga*  Karl Blake Video Game Championships Video Game Logo The Video Game World Championships required players to use Pokémon Platinum. Knight Silvayne, of the United States, and Izuru Yoshimura, of Japan, were the winners of the 2008 Video Game Showdown at the World Championships in Juniors and Seniors, respectively. Both players did not participate in the 2009 World Championships. Jeremiah Fan, the United States National Champion, was named the inaugural Junior Division VG World Champion, with a record of 6-1.  Santa Ito  Towa Takahashi  Jeremiah Fan*  Kamran Jahadi Kazuyuki Tsuji was crowned the first Senior Division VG World Champion, finishing the tournament with a perfect 7-0 record.  Kazuyuki Tsuji  Grace Beck  Tasuku Mano  Steven Wasserloos Event Pokémon Pokémon Info Trainer Memo Battle Moves Ribbons WEAVILE ♂ Dex No. 461 Jolly nature. Normal Fake Out Lv. 30 Ice Ice Shard Dark Pokémon Event Night Slash OT WORLD09 Apparently had a Fighting Brick Break ID No. 08159 fateful encounter at This Pokémon was available in the United States on August 15, 2009. Item Ability Lv. 30. Focus Sash Pressure The date this Pokémon was received is determined by the date on the DS when it was obtained from the Poké Mart. This Pokémon is English in origin. Can be obtained with: D P Pt HG SS Obtained from: PBR Ranch Ra SoA GS Distribution Please go here to know this Pokémon's in-game effect. External links [[http://www.hometalk.com/search/posts?filter=Official%20website|Official website]] Pokémon World ChampionshipsPokémon Trading Card Game only 2004-2008; TCG and Video Games 2009-on 2004: Blaziken Tech • Magma Spirit • Rocky Beach • Team Rushdown 2005: Bright Aura • Dark Tyranitar • King of the West • Queendom 2006: B-L-S • Eeveelutions • Mewtrick • Suns & Moons 2007: Flyvees • Legendary Ascent • Rambolt • Swift Empoleon 2008: Bliss Control • Empotech • Intimidation • Psychic Lock 2009: Stallgon • Crowned Tiger • Queengar • Luxdrill 2010: LuxChomp of the Spirit • Happy Luck • Power Cottonweed • Boltevoir 2011: Megazone • Reshiphlosion • The Truth • Twinboar 2012: Pesadelo Prism • Terraki-Mewtwo • Eeltwo • CMT 2013: Anguille Sous Roche • American Gothic • Darkrai • Ultimate Team Plasma 2014: Plasma Power • Trevgor • Emerald King • Crazy Punch 2015: The Flying Hammer • Punches 'n' Bites • HonorStoise • Primal Groudon 2016: Black Dragon • Bebe Deck • Magical Symphony • Ninja Blitz 2017: Infinite Force • Golisodor • Ice Path FTW • Samurai Sniper 2018: Victory Map • Dragones y Sombras • Garbanette • Buzzroc Champions Jason Klaczynski • Jun Hasebe • Ray Rizzo This article is part of both Project TCG and Project Games, Bulbapedia projects that, together, aim to write comprehensive articles on the Pokémon Trading Card Game and Video Game Championship Tournaments. Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/2009_World_Championships_(TCG) Bellossom  キレイハナ Kireihana Illus. Sumiyoshi Kizuki Stage 2 PokémonEvolves from Gloom Bellossom 90 H5/H32 020/087 5/147 019/087 For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Bellossom. Bellossom (Japanese: キレイハナ Kireihana) is a Grass-type Stage 2 Pokémon card. It is part of the Aquapolis expansion. Flower Supplementフラワーサプリメント Once during your turn (before your attack), you may flip a coin. If heads, attach 1 basic Energy card from your hand to 1 of your Benched Pokémon. This power can't be used if Bellossom is affected by a Special Condition. Knife Leaf みだれざき 30× Flip 3 coins. This attack does 30 damage times the number of heads. The card ID of the Holofoil print is D-59. The card ID of the Non Holofoil print is D-59-#. On the Non Holofoil print, the short strip contains Pokédex information and a brief card summary. There is no long strip for this card. The species, height, and weight are present on the Holofoil print. Bellossom - Flower Pokémon 182 1'4" (0.4 m) 13 lbs. (5.8 kg) When these dance together, their petals rub against each other, making pretty, relaxing sounds. キレイハナたちが おどりだすと はなびらどうし ふれあって きれいで ここちよい おとが する。 This card's e-Reader Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Crystal. Source : https://bulbapedia.bulbagarden.net/wiki/Bellossom_(Aquapolis_5)

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