Fancy a consistent attacker to hurt your opponent, yet help your Pokémon at the same time? Look no further than Flygon δ from EX Holon Phantoms! It's Poké-Power allows you to attach one extra basic Energy or δ Rainbow Energy to a Pokémon with δ on its card, so you can build up your Bench or your attacker much faster. Swift also consistently does 60 damage and isn't affected by anything else on the Defending Pokémon – so it should almost always hit for 60! Combine all this with dual Resistance, and you have yourself a very strong ally on your team!
The Dragon Pokémon, Gyarados, was fearsome enough before released as a δ Pokémon! Its Poké-Body can allow your Pokémon with δ on its card to do 10 more damage as long as you have a Stadium card with Holon in its name in play, so you can benefit your team with a Stadium as well as all that extra damage. Gyarados δ can also attack for up to 80 damage each turn with Heavy Impact, or 20 each turn and perhaps force your opponent to discard an Energy! Worship this master of Water, now turned Lightning!
The legendary Pokémon Latias becomes even more legendary as it becomes Latias δ in EX Holon Phantoms. Its Poké-Body ensures that all Evolved Pokémon can no longer use Poké-Bodies when combined with Latios δ, which hurts a lot of decks that rely on Poké-Bodies to help increase or resist damage. It can also help you draw an extra card per turn—always useful to try to get the card you need—or it can do a constant 40 damage each turn! It has 2 Resistances and a low Retreat cost to boot. What more could you ask for in a legend?
The legendary Pokémon Latios returns in full force as a δ Pokémon in EX Holon Phantoms! Its Poké-Body ensures that all Evolved Pokémon can no longer use Poké-Bodies when combined with Latias δ, which hurts a lot of decks that rely on Poké-Bodies to help increase or resist damage. It can also let you attack for up to 50 damage a turn if you discard a Water Energy! Like its partner in crime, Latias δ, it has 2 Resistances and a low Retreat Cost as another nice feature. Laugh at your opponent's lack of Poké-Bodies with this flying legend in your deck!
Thought you'd gotten rid of that pesky problem with Vileplume, Gloom, or Oddish? Think again with this great new Pokémon from EX Holon Phantoms. Bellosom δ has the Poké-body Fellowship, which means that, as long as it has the right Energy, it can use the attacks of any Oddish, Gloom, Vileplume, Vileplume ex, or any other Bellosom you have in play! Its other attack hits for 40 and stops Bellosom from having a Weakness during your opponent's next turn! So, bash opponents to oblivion with the brilliance of Bellosom δ!
Want some water-based fun? Find Crawdaunt ex and see how it can work for you! Its Poké-Power allows you to force your opponent to put one of his or her Benched Pokémon and all cards attached to it back into your opponent's hand if he or she has 4 or more Pokémon in play. Annoy your opponent by making it impossible for him or her to build up a Pokémon to fight back! Further force your opponent to feel Crawdaunt ex's pincers' power by using Power Blow—the more Energy attached, the more damage it does! You won't need to crawl to victory with Crawdaunt ex!
Mew-ex, the luscious legendary Pokémon, returns! Its Poké-Power lets you look at your opponent's hand, so you gain the advantage of knowing what he or she is planning! It can also attack for 30 with only 2 Energy or hit for 50 with an added effect: if your victim is an Evolved Pokémon, you can discard 2 Energy attached to Mew-ex, and devolve that Pokémon from its highest Stage to its next highest Stage—enough to destroy most Stage 1 Pokémon, now back to basics! Beautiful yet brutal, Mew-ex will make a great addition to any deck!