What Are the Most Powerful Pokemon Card?

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Many people wonder which Pokémon card is the most powerful. Most people would agree that the Charizard is the most powerful Pokémon card in the deck. The Charizard is a fire-flying type Pokémon that is large, can fly at fast speeds, and can attack with fire when angered. The Charizard has 16 moves but is limited to two moves per card
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Fire storm, by blaine's arcanine, for 120 damage. Actualy its Lugia EX's Elemental storm that hits 200. Actually the shadow lugia promo card from Pokemon xd has an attack of 1000
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The Charizard card features an extremely rare 120 HP and has an attack, called "Fire Spin" of 100, which can easily kill most Pokemon in the game. However, the most expensive
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Charizard is probably the most powerful card. The Charizard is a
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So far it's Mega Mewtwo. Both Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y have the same base stat total. X has an absolutely. insane. attack stat, and Y has an. equally insane. special attack
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Charizard is the most powerful Pok?Ÿ??mon card in the deck. This is because Charizard is large, muscular and powerful, he flies at very fast speeds, has large flames when angered, breathes fire, and has a large flame on the tip of his tail. His fiery breath is one of the attacks and can melt almost anything, even steel and large glaciers.
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