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Banned Cards Wizard's Of The Coast (The company that handled Neo Discovery, and all the sets before it) has banned a few cards in the years. This is because they are to good. Right now pokemon cards are handled by Pokemon USA, and Pokemon USA refuses to ban cards.

Slowking
Number: 14
Set: Neo Genesis
Why banned?: Slowking has a pokemon power that makes your opponent flip a coin whenever they play a trainer card. If heads, the card dose nothing. Plus, you could do this with every slowking in play. In the japenese version this could only be done when Slowking is active. But in the English version it can be done when Slowking is benched.

Sneasel
Number: 25
Set: Neo Genesis
Why banned?: This was the most powerful card, and anybody who used it almost always won. It's second attack "Beat Up" did 40 damage for each of your pokemon in play. Plus it had no weakness, and no retreat. If this card were still allowed, it would still be able to kill powerful ex.

_____'s Pikachu
Number: 24
Set: Promo
Why banned?: If you play this card on your birthday, this card dose 50 more damage. But people lied a lot just to do extra damage, so this card was banned.

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