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EX Crystal Guardians
(Pokémon Trading Card Game)
EX-14 Logo
EX Crystal Guardians logo
Cards in set 100
Expansion Code CG
Set number Fourteen (By Pokémon USA)
Release Date August 29, 2006
Preceding Set EX Holon Phantoms
Following Set EX Dragon Frontiers
Included in the 2006-2007 Modified Format
Included in the 2007-2008 Modified Format


EX Crystal Guardians is the fourteenth Pokémon Trading Card Game set released by Pokémon USA. It is set on an unknown island inhabited by Pokémon and Delta Species Pokémon. It marks the return of Delta Species Pokémon, after they debuted in EX Delta Species and then returned in EX Holon Phantoms. The set symbol is a crystal.

Types of Pokémon

Pokémon-ex

Pokémon-ex are incredibly powerful. Their HP are usually far above that of their regular form, and they are much stronger. On occasions, some Pokémon-ex, such as Steelix ex, have two Resistances, and some have no Weakness (such as Jirachi ex). Some, however, such as Typhlosion ex, have two Weaknesses, putting them at a disadvantage. Another disadvantage of Pokémon-ex is that when Knocked Out, the player who has done so must take two Prize cards instead of the usual one.

Pokémon-*

Pokémon-* tend to be fairly similar to Pokémon-ex in that their HP are sometimes elevated and they can sometimes be stronger than their regular counterparts. However, this is not as regular in Pokémon-* as it is in Pokémon-ex. Pokémon-* usually appear in sets in groups of three; for example, Mudkip, Treecko and Torchic and Regirock, Regice and Registeel. Only one Pokémon-* may be put in a deck, regardless of whether it is a 30-card deck or a 60-card deck.

Delta Species Pokémon

Delta Species Pokémon are Pokémon that have had their genes modified, causing a disturbance in their regular pattern - as well as their natural types. Delta Species Pokémon behave in a very similar way to normal Pokémon: you can evolve a Delta Species Pokémon from a normal Pokémon and vice versa, and they can use the vast majority of Trainer and Energy cards that can be used by normal Pokémon. Delta Species Pokémon also have some Trainer and Energy cards that can be used exclusively with them, such as Holon Researcher.

Set List

Holographic
  • 1/100 Banette
  • 2/100 Blastoise
  • 3/100 Camerupt
  • 4/100 Charizard
  • 5/100 Dugtrio
  • 6/100 Ludicolo
  • 7/100 Luvdisc
  • 8/100 Manectric
  • 9/100 Mawile
  • 10/100 Sableye
  • 11/100 Swalot
  • 12/100 Tauros
  • 13/100 Wigglytuff
Rare
  • 14/100 Blastoise
  • 15/100 Cacturne
  • 16/100 Combusken
  • 17/100 Dusclops
  • 18/100 Fearow
  • 19/100 Grovyle
  • 20/100 Grumpig
  • 21/100 Igglybuff
  • 22/100 Kingler
  • 23/100 Loudred
  • 24/100 Marshtomp
  • 25/100 Medicham
  • 26/100 Pelipper
  • 27/100 Swampert
  • 28/100 Venusaur
Uncommon
  • 29/100 Charmeleon
  • 30/100 Charmeleon
  • 31/100 Combusken
  • 32/100 Grovyle
  • 33/100 Gulpin
  • 34/100 Ivysaur
  • 35/100 Ivysaur
  • 36/100 Lairon
  • 37/100 Lombre
  • 38/100 Marshtomp
  • 39/100 Nuzleaf
  • 40/100 Shuppet
  • 41/100 Skitty
  • 42/100 Wartortle
  • 43/100 Wartortle

Common
  • 44/100 Aron
  • 45/100 Bulbasaur
  • 46/100 Bulbasaur
  • 47/100 Cacnea
  • 48/100 Charmander
  • 49/100 Charmander
  • 50/100 Diglett
  • 51/100 Duskull
  • 52/100 Electrike
  • 53/100 Jigglypuff
  • 54/100 Krabby
  • 55/100 Lotad
  • 56/100 Meditite
  • 57/100 Mudkip
  • 58/100 Mudkip
  • 59/100 Numel
  • 60/100 Seedot
  • 61/100 Spearow
  • 62/100 Spoink
  • 63/100 Squirtle
  • 64/100 Squirtle
  • 65/100 Torchic
  • 66/100 Torchic
  • 67/100 Treecko
  • 68/100 Treecko
  • 69/100 Whismur
  • 70/100 Wingull
Trainers
  • 71/100 Bill’s Maintenance
  • 72/100 Castaway
  • 73/100 Celio's Network
  • 74/100 Cessation Crystal
  • 75/100 Crystal Beach
  • 76/100 Crystal Shard
  • 77/100 Double Full Heal
  • 78/100 Dual Ball
  • 79/100 Holon Circle
  • 80/100 Memory Berry
  • 81/100 Mysterious Shard
  • 82/100 Poké Ball
  • 83/100 PokéNav
  • 84/100 Warp Point
  • 85/100 Windstorm
  • 86/100 Energy Search
  • 87/100 Potion

Special Energy
  • 88/100 Double Rainbow Energy
Pokémon-ex
  • 89/100 Aggron ex
  • 90/100 Blaziken ex
  • 91/100 Delcatty ex
  • 92/100 Exploud ex
  • 93/100 Groudon ex
  • 94/100 Jirachi ex
  • 95/100 Kyogre ex
  • 96/100 Sceptile ex δ
  • 97/100 Shiftry ex
  • 98/100 Swampert ex
Pokémon-*
  • 99/100 Alakazam
  • 100/100 Celebi

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