The scary fossilized Pokémon Aerodactyl returns in the latest Pokémon TCG expansion, EX Legend Maker! Its first attack, Power Blow, can hit the opposing Pokémon for at least 20 damage each turn, depending on how many Energy you have attached to it--the more Energy, the more damage! Combine this with its Poké-Body, Reactive Protection, and a handful of React Energy cards, and you could do as much as 50 damage each turn with the ability to prevent up to 40 damage done to Aerodactyl! Equally exciting, Aerodactyl can prevent damage from attacks by opponent's Pokémon-ex with its second attack, Speed Stroke. So, knock your opponents back to the Stone Age with this amazing prehistoric powerhouse!
The "drawing card" of the latest Pokémon expansion, EX Legend Maker, Fieldworker has both its upside and its downside. Like earlier drawing cards, this one allows you to draw three cards from your deck, although it has a catch: when you use it, your opponent may also draw a card from his or her deck. It could accidentally bless your opponent with a much-needed card, so use with care. Further, Fieldworker is a Supporter card, meaning you can only use one per turn. So, make your choices wisely!
2006 is the Chinese Year of the Dog, and it is clear to see why when you play with Arcanine ex! With a 120 HP, this is one tough Pokémon. Its Poké-Body, Fire Remedy, allows you to remove a damage counter and all Special Conditions from Arcanine ex every time you attach a Fire Energy to it! Further, it can weaken your opponent's Benched Pokemon with its first attack Overrun, and with its second attack it can do 100 damage to your opponent for the cost of discarding a mere 1 React Energy or 2 Fire Energy! Arcanine ex is THE hot card of EX Legend Maker!
The true legend of the latest Pokémon expansion, EX Legend Maker, Mew ex is the most versatile card in the entire set. Although it has low HP for a Pokémon-ex, and its only attack, Power Move, only allows you to search your deck for an Energy card, attach it to Mew ex and then switch it, it shouldn't be underestimated. Its Poké-Body, Versatile, allows it to use the attack of any Pokémon in play, including your opponents' Pokémon, as its own! Talk about fighting Fire with Fire... or in this case, with Psychic!