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{{Nihongo|'''Alakazam'''|フーディン|Fūdin}} is a Psi-Pokémon and also the first out of {{tt|102|1/130 in Base Set 2 and 1/110 in Legendary Collection}} cards that is part of the [[Base Set (TCG)|Base Set]]. It is a [[Psychic Pokémon|Psychic]]-type Pokémon card which is also the final evolution of [[Kadabra]] known that this is the second stage. The card image has been illustrated by [[Ken Sugimori]] a key employee of [[Game Freak]].
 
{{Nihongo|'''Alakazam'''|フーディン|Fūdin}} is a Psi-Pokémon and also the first out of {{tt|102|1/130 in Base Set 2 and 1/110 in Legendary Collection}} cards that is part of the [[Base Set (TCG)|Base Set]]. It is a [[Psychic Pokémon|Psychic]]-type Pokémon card which is also the final evolution of [[Kadabra]] known that this is the second stage. The card image has been illustrated by [[Ken Sugimori]] a key employee of [[Game Freak]].
   
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== Pokémon Power ==
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== Trivia ==
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* On the game card it is said that Alakazam can use Confuse Ray, but Abra, Kabara and Alakazam cannot learn Confuse Ray in the video game series.
 
* On the game card it is said that Alakazam can use Confuse Ray, but Abra, Kabara and Alakazam cannot learn Confuse Ray in the video game series.
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*This card's English Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Red and Blue, though it is slightly reworded. The Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Red and Green
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Revision as of 07:08, October 24, 2013

Alakazam
フーディン, Fūdin
TCG PSY
LV. 42
Alakazam (Base Set)
Card Information
Illustration Ken Sugimori
Expansion Expansion Pack
Expansion Base Set
Card Number 1/102
Hit Points 80
Hit Points Rare
Weakness
TCG PSY
Resistance
None
Retreat cost
TCG CLR

TCG CLR TCG CLR

Kadabra BW Kadabra is the pre-evolution of Alakazam. This is the second stage.

'Alakazam' (Japanese: フーディン Fūdin) is a Psi-Pokémon and also the first out of 102 cards that is part of the Base Set. It is a Psychic-type Pokémon card which is also the final evolution of Kadabra known that this is the second stage. The card image has been illustrated by Ken Sugimori a key employee of Game Freak.

Gallery

Alakazam (Base Set)
Base Set print

Pokémon Power

Pokémon Power Damage Swap
ダメージスワップ, Damēji Suwappu
As often as you like during your turn (before your attack), you may move 1 damage counter from 1 of your Pokémon to another as long as you don't Knock Out that Pokémon. This power can't be used if Alakazam is Asleep, Confused or Paralyzed.


Attack

TCG PSY

TCG PSY TCG PSY

Confuse Ray
あやしいひかり, Ayashii Hikari
30
Flip a coin. If heads, the defending Pokémon is now confused.


PokéDex Entree

English It brain can perform a supercomputer. Its intelligence quotient is said to be 5000.
Japanese 力ワザをあまり好まず、超能力を自在にあやつって相手を倒す。
It does not like physical attacks very much. Instead, it freely uses extra-sensory powers to defeat foes.


Trivia

  • On the game card it is said that Alakazam can use Confuse Ray, but Abra, Kabara and Alakazam cannot learn Confuse Ray in the video game series.
  • This card's English Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Red and Blue, though it is slightly reworded. The Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Red and Green

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