The Water-type Seismitoad-EX is getting into the fighting spirit with the Quaking Punch attack, which not only does 30 damage but also prevents your opponent from playing Item cards next turn. Grenade Hammer is powerful, but the side effect can be rough—use the Mountain Ring Stadium card to negate it!
The Stage 2 Machamp is the ultimate ally for all these new Fighting-type Pokémon. Its Fighting Fury Ability causes all of your Fighting-type Pokémon's attacks to do an extra 20 damage. Machamp can take a punch, too—its Machamp Crush attack weakens the Defending Pokémon's next attack by 40 damage.
It's uncommon for a Pokémon to have three attacks, much less the arsenal that Lucario-EX packs. With one attack after the next, this Fighting-type Pokémon keeps getting stronger, until it starts putting its opponents away with the 100-damage Somersault Kick.
Raise your hands in victory with Mega Lucario-EX and its Rising Fist attack. Not only does Rising Fist whack your opponent's Active Pokémon for 140 damage, it also knocks an Energy off it. And Mega Lucario-EX can take a punch, with a hefty 220 HP.
The more you look at Hawlucha-EX, the more you realize its power. Its Moonsault Stomp normally does 60 damage, but with any Stadium card in play, it does 40 more (check out the Fighting Stadium card in this expansion). Plus, it's resistant to other Fighting-type Pokémon, which you can expect to see plenty of soon!
With attack names such as Clobber and Hammer Arm, you might think Pangoro is another Fighting-type Pokémon. Instead, it's a Darkness-type Pokémon, and both of those attacks are really fun to use. Clobber can do up to 70 damage, while Hammer Arm does 80 and burns through your opponent's deck.
The elegant Sylveon has an edgier side in the XY—Furious Fists expansion. Start Sylveon off with the Curly Ribbon attack to slow down your opponent. Then charge ahead with Echoed Voice, which gets stronger on its second consecutive use.
The Dragon-type Noivern delivers all kinds of disruption with its Boomburst attack, causing 30 damage to each of your opponent's Pokémon. That's some serious damage for a Stage 1 Pokémon! It gets even better—Noivern's Echolocation Ability has a chance to negate all damage from an attack based on a coin flip. This is definitely a Pokémon you don't want to overlook.
How are you going to get all these awesome Fighting-type Pokémon into play? With Korrina, that's how. This Supporter card lets you search your deck for two cards, a Fighting-type Pokémon and an Item card, and add them both to your hand. Add Korrina to your deck and step into the ring.
Get even more muscle out of your Fighting-type Pokémon with Strong Energy! This Special Energy gives attacks an extra 20 damage if it's attached to one of your Fighting-type Pokémon. The damage stacks, too—three Strong Energy will increase an attack by 60 damage.
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