Pokémon: Fusion Strike’s Top 10 most valuable cards
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In this article, we'll talk about the 10 most valuable cards from Fusion Strike!Edit Article
Base expansion cards:
10th) Elesa's Sparkle (Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 260/264)
9th) Celebi-V (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 245/264)
Leaflet Dance, which moves an unlimited amount of plant energy from your hand to your Pokémon in any way you want; 2)
Slash Back, which does base 60 damage, and you switch Celebi as an active to the bench and this Benched Pokémon in the switch will become the new active.
8th) Mew-VMax -Fusion Strike- (Regular Art) (Fusion Strike - 114/264)
Cross Fusion Strike(for two colorless energies), where Mew can choose any Benched Pokémon and be able to copy that attack, as long as that Pokémon is “Fusion Strike”; 2)
Max Miracle(for two psychic energies), which does base 130 damage and Mew doesn't suffer from effects conditions of the opponent's Active Pokémon.
7th) Inteleon-VMAX -Rapid Strike- (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 266/264)
Double Gunner, allows you to discard a water energy from your hand, and if you do, you can choose two of your opponent's Pokémon and put two damage counters on them; and its attack,
G-Max Spiral(for one water energy and one colorless energy), which does base 70 damage plus 70 if you return an Energy attached to this Pokémon to your hand.
6th) Genesect-V (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 255/264)
Fusion Strike System, allows you to draw a specific amount of cards in your hand based on the number of "Fusion Strike"-type Pokémon in play; and its attack,
Techno Blasthas a base 210 damage, but on the downside that Genesect will not be able to use this same attack on the next turn.
5th) Mew-V (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 251/264)
Energy Mix, where you look for any energy and connect it to one of your Pokémon that are of the “Fusion Strike” type; 2)
Psychic Leap, which does base 70 damage, and you shuffle Mew and all cards attached to it back into your deck.
4th) Mew-VMax -Fusion Strike- (Rainbow Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 268/264)
3rd) Espeon-VMAX (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 270/264)
Solar Revelation, prevents all effects caused by your opponent's attacks to your Pokémon if your Pokémon have any Energy attached to them (however, previously existing effects remain. And direct attacks are not considered effects). Its attack,
Max Mindstorm, does base 60 damage times the amount of attached Energy of all your opponent's Pokémon.
2nd) Mew-VMax -Fusion Strike- (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 269/264)
1st) Gengar-VMax -Single Strike- (Alternative Full Art) (Fusion Strike - 271/264)
Fear and Panicdoes base 60 damage times the amount of Pokémon GX and V on the opponent's field. For a total of 6 Pokémon-V in play, Gengar can deal 360 damage for just two energies! Not to mention the possibilities for increased damage like the Choice Belt as a tool item. And needless to say, this card hits Mew's weakness and handily, right? And his second attack,
G-Max Swallow Up, does base 250 damage, but Gengar won't be able to use this attack next turn.