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The cheat way to get pokemon cards, here you can find out my way of getting pokemon cards for free
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post Jan 5 2013, 07:57 PM
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A few months ago I realized that you can go to google and search up your favorite pokemon that you can print out as a card to trade with or to battle with. some pokemon cards I found on the site were very rare, especially legendary pokemon cards. If you want your print-out card to be the same size as regular pokemon cards you can use microsoft word to srink or enlaarge your card.
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post Jan 7 2013, 03:09 PM
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QUOTE(trainer @ Jan 5 2013, 07:57 PM) *
A few months ago I realized that you can go to google and search up your favorite pokemon that you can print out as a card to trade with or to battle with. some pokemon cards I found on the site were very rare, especially legendary pokemon cards. If you want your print-out card to be the same size as regular pokemon cards you can use microsoft word to srink or enlaarge your card.

If you're doing this for the sake of playing with your friends and not at organized tournaments then yes, this is fine and dandy, BUT if you plan on actually playing in competitions, your "cards" will be spotted and refused immediately. Honestly a better alternative to "Fake Cards" is to either:

A. Just buy the legit cards. Almost every "Overpowered" Card, such as Mewtwo EX, Darkrai EX, and soon Keldeo EX have all been turned into tin promos and only cost about 12 bucks at most retailers. Any other cards such as Landorus EX or Terrakion EX do cost a bit of money to get on eBay, but if you're being serious about playing, are worth the money, though I'd wait to see what the Plasma Gale set in February has to offer seeing as it basically brings back the old SP engine from Diamond and Pearl.

B. Play with your friends on the Online TCG that Pokemon.com has to offer. You'll need to acquire codes to unlock more boosters, which you can either get from buying actual boosters in store or chucking a dollar for 2 codes on eBay. It's a really simple game and honestly should have been implemented a decade ago.

C. Play on RedShark. This is the free version of the Online TCG that you don't have to buy any codes for and has been around for years. The only difference other than what's already stated from the other Online TCG is that this one requires you to manually do everything, whereas the official one Automagically does card actions for you.


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post Jan 7 2013, 03:32 PM
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QUOTE(H1Z1 @ Jan 7 2013, 03:09 PM) *
If you're doing this for the sake of playing with your friends and not at organized tournaments then yes, this is fine and dandy, BUT if you plan on actually playing in competitions, your "cards" will be spotted and refused immediately. Honestly a better alternative to "Fake Cards" is to either:

A. Just buy the legit cards. Almost every "Overpowered" Card, such as Mewtwo EX, Darkrai EX, and soon Keldeo EX have all been turned into tin promos and only cost about 12 bucks at most retailers. Any other cards such as Landorus EX or Terrakion EX do cost a bit of money to get on eBay, but if you're being serious about playing, are worth the money, though I'd wait to see what the Plasma Gale set in February has to offer seeing as it basically brings back the old SP engine from Diamond and Pearl.

B. Play with your friends on the Online TCG that Pokemon.com has to offer. You'll need to acquire codes to unlock more boosters, which you can either get from buying actual boosters in store or chucking a dollar for 2 codes on eBay. It's a really simple game and honestly should have been implemented a decade ago.

C. Play on RedShark. This is the free version of the Online TCG that you don't have to buy any codes for and has been around for years. The only difference other than what's already stated from the other Online TCG is that this one requires you to manually do everything, whereas the official one Automagically does card actions for you.


Agreed and do you realize what you're doing might be illegal? Why get cards the easy way when it's a big risk to yourself? It's like printing money, but in pokemon cards. Not to mention you wasted some paper and ink when you try to play these fake cards at an official tournament. Next time, I think you should wait until a special holiday to get some cards. As for those useless cards, you could make some fakemon or something with new moves. X3 The credit could go to you for the moves and fakemon, but the rest of it goes to pokemon. I'm not saying you should do this either, it's for the fake cards you already have.

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-Did I really just say that it's like printing money? XD Ok, maybe it's not that serious but I'm just saying.


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post Jan 7 2013, 04:32 PM
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QUOTE(H1Z1 @ Jan 7 2013, 03:09 PM) *
QUOTE(trainer @ Jan 5 2013, 07:57 PM) *
A few months ago I realized that you can go to google and search up your favorite pokemon that you can print out as a card to trade with or to battle with. some pokemon cards I found on the site were very rare, especially legendary pokemon cards. If you want your print-out card to be the same size as regular pokemon cards you can use microsoft word to srink or enlaarge your card.

If you're doing this for the sake of playing with your friends and not at organized tournaments then yes, this is fine and dandy, BUT if you plan on actually playing in competitions, your "cards" will be spotted and refused immediately. Honestly a better alternative to "Fake Cards" is to either:

A. Just buy the legit cards. Almost every "Overpowered" Card, such as Mewtwo EX, Darkrai EX, and soon Keldeo EX have all been turned into tin promos and only cost about 12 bucks at most retailers. Any other cards such as Landorus EX or Terrakion EX do cost a bit of money to get on eBay, but if you're being serious about playing, are worth the money, though I'd wait to see what the Plasma Gale set in February has to offer seeing as it basically brings back the old SP engine from Diamond and Pearl.

B. Play with your friends on the Online TCG that Pokemon.com has to offer. You'll need to acquire codes to unlock more boosters, which you can either get from buying actual boosters in store or chucking a dollar for 2 codes on eBay. It's a really simple game and honestly should have been implemented a decade ago.

C. Play on RedShark. This is the free version of the Online TCG that you don't have to buy any codes for and has been around for years. The only difference other than what's already stated from the other Online TCG is that this one requires you to manually do everything, whereas the official one Automagically does card actions for you.


Yeah, I've done all of these. I've done RedShark most of the time because you really don't have to buy anything. And he's completely right, fake cards like those are very, very obvious.


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post Nov 11 2013, 12:47 PM
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its true. but I never play at tournements and I only play with friends so that is okay.
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post Nov 15 2013, 10:34 PM
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In my local league, a lot of people use fake cards as proxys until they can actually get the cards they need for the deck. I've done it several times which is fine and dandy with most leagues and with friends, but don't try to enter tournaments as you will get stopped and disqualified from the tournament.
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