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EX Power Keepers
(Pokémon Trading Card Game)
EX-16 Logo
EX Power Keepers logo
Cards in set 108
Expansion Code PK
Set number Sixteen (By Pokémon USA)
Release Date February 14, 2007
Preceding Set EX Dragon Frontiers
Following Set Diamond & Pearl
Included in the 2006-2007 Modified Format
Included in the 2007-2008 Modified Format


EX Power Keepers is the sixteenth Pokémon Trading Card Game set released by Pokémon USA. It also the first set since EX Emerald to be released only outside of Japan, and the first since EX Unseen Forces not to include Delta Species Pokémon. The set is based on the Hoenn Elite Four as seen in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald, as all four members (Drake, Glacia, Phoebe and Sidney) and the first Champion (Steven) have their own Stadium cards and Pokémon. The set also consists of several reprints of cards from older sets, and is the last third-generation set.

Types of Pokémon

Pokémon-ex

EX Power Keepers marks the last appearance of 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 Altaria ex, have two Resistances, and some have no Weakness (such as Dragonite 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-*

EX Power Keepers marks the last appearance of 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. The group in this set is Flareon, Jolteon and Vaporeon, a group of cards that are available as Player Promotional cards in Japan.

Use of the Elite Four

EX-16 079 Phoebe's Stadium

Phoebe's Stadium

The Elite Four, as seen in Pokémon Ruby, Sapphire and Emerald, play a large role in the Pokémon and Trainer cards present in EX Power Keepers. Sidney uses Pokémon such as Absol, Cacturne, Mightyena and Shiftry. Phoebe uses Pokémon such as Banette, Dusclops and Sableye. Glacia uses Pokémon such as Glalie and Walrein. Drake uses Pokémon such as Altaria, Flygon and Salamence. All members of the Elite Four also have their own Stadium card, which benefit Pokémon of the type they are usually matched with.

Also making an appearance in EX Power Keepers is Steven, who in Pokémon Ruby and Sapphire was the Champion of the Elite Four. He uses Pokémon such as Aggron, Armaldo, Cradily, Claydol, Metagross and Skarmory: the latter three of which are Pokémon-ex. Also in the set is the Trainer card, Steven's Advice, reprinted from EX Hidden Legends.

The Champion of the Elite Four in Pokémon Emerald, Wallace, makes no sort of appearance in EX Power Keepers.

Set List

EX-16 095 Metagross ex

Metagross ex

Holographic
  • 1/108 Aggron
  • 2/108 Altaria
  • 3/108 Armaldo
  • 4/108 Banette
  • 5/108 Blaziken
  • 6/108 Charizard
  • 7/108 Cradily
  • 8/108 Delcatty
  • 9/108 Gardevoir
  • 10/108 Kabutops
  • 11/108 Machamp
  • 12/108 Raichu
  • 13/108 Slaking
Rare
  • 14/108 Dusclops
  • 15/108 Lanturn
  • 16/108 Magneton
  • 17/108 Mawile
  • 18/108 Mightyena
  • 19/108 Ninetales
  • 20/108 Omastar
  • 21/108 Pichu
  • 22/108 Sableye
  • 23/108 Seviper
  • 24/108 Wobbuffet
  • 25/108 Zangoose
Uncommon
  • 26/108 Anorith
  • 27/108 Cacturne
  • 28/108 Charmeleon
  • 29/108 Combusken
  • 30/108 Glalie
  • 31/108 Kirlia
  • 32/108 Lairon
  • 33/108 Machoke
  • 34/108 Medicham
  • 35/108 Metang
  • 36/108 Nuzleaf
  • 37/108 Sealeo
  • 38/108 Sharpedo
  • 39/108 Shelgon
  • 40/108 Vibrava
  • 41/108 Vigoroth

Common
  • 42/108 Aron
  • 43/108 Bagon
  • 44/108 Baltoy
  • 45/108 Beldum
  • 46/108 Cacnea
  • 47/108 Carvanha
  • 48/108 Charmander
  • 49/108 Chinchou
  • 50/108 Duskull
  • 51/108 Kabuto
  • 52/108 Lileep
  • 53/108 Machop
  • 54/108 Magnemite
  • 55/108 Meditite
  • 56/108 Omanyte
  • 57/108 Pikachu
  • 58/108 Poochyena
  • 59/108 Ralts
  • 60/108 Seedot
  • 61/108 Shuppet
  • 62/108 Skitty
  • 63/108 Slakoth
  • 64/108 Snorunt
  • 65/108 Spheal
  • 66/108 Swablu
  • 67/108 Torchic
  • 68/108 Trapinch
  • 69/108 Vulpix
  • 70/108 Wynaut
Trainers
  • 71/108 Battle Frontier
  • 72/108 Drake's Stadium
  • 73/108 Energy Recycle System
  • 74/108 Energy Removal 2
  • 75/108 Energy Switch
  • 76/108 Glacia's Stadium
  • 77/108 Great Ball
  • 78/108 Master Ball
  • 79/108 Phoebe's Stadium
  • 80/108 Professor Birch
  • 81/108 Scott
  • 82/108 Sidney's Stadium
  • 83/108 Steven's Advice
  • 84/108 Claw Fossil
  • 85/108 Mysterious Fossil
  • 86/108 Root Fossil

Special Energy
  • 87/108 Darkness Energy
  • 88/108 Metal Energy
  • 89/108 Multi Energy
  • 90/108 Cyclone Energy
  • 91/108 Warp Energy
Pokémon-ex
  • 92/108 Absol ex
  • 93/108 Claydol ex
  • 94/108 Flygon ex
  • 95/108 Metagross ex
  • 96/108 Salamence ex
  • 97/108 Shiftry ex
  • 98/108 Skarmory ex
  • 99/108 Walrein ex
Pokémon-*
  • 100/108 Flareon
  • 101/108 Jolteon
  • 102/108 Vaporeon
Basic Energy
  • 103/108 Grass Energy
  • 104/108 Fire Energy
  • 105/108 Water Energy
  • 106/108 Lightning Energy
  • 107/108 Psychic Energy
  • 108/108 Fighting Energy


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