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When using Brigette supporter card, how many basic GX should I search? Do I need to search only (1) considering it an Ex or (3) considering it as non-EX basic?

I have GX pokemons in my deck and don't know how many of them should I get with that supporter's effect.

Brigette

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    I don't know if there are more comprehensive rules anywhere, but from a quick search I couldn't see any indication that Gx count as Ex, so I think you'd search for 3. – Samthere Feb 10 '17 at 12:03
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In Pokémon, new game mechanics are introduced from time to time, but this does not mean that they need to interact or be somehow backward-compatible. For most of the time, they are separate.

Pokémon-GX is a different card to Pokémon-EX cards and thus you can find up to 3 Basic Pokémon including Pokémon-GX cards with Brigette.

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  • This thing is awesomesauce! I just hope that they won't do any change in Brigette card's text or rules because of GXs. Hahaha xD – rhavendc Feb 13 '17 at 2:03
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    To add an official source, this is confirmed on the Pokemon webpage at: pokemon.com/us/strategy/big-changes-in-pokemon-tcg-sunmoon "Things that specifically call out Pokémon-EX, such as Carbink's Safeguard Ability, do not apply to Pokémon-GX. That means you can use a Brigette Supporter card to search for three Basic Pokémon-GX and put them onto your Bench!" – JonathanJ Feb 13 '17 at 2:03
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Most GX cards are NOT basic, so Brigette is not going to be that helpful to you. Many GX cards are stage 1 or stage 2.

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    Ignoring the premise of the question does not answer it. This is a comment on tactical choice, not an answer. – Nij Feb 25 '17 at 4:31
  • Good point - out of the initial 12 GX pokemon with Sun and Moon, only 3 are basic - Snorlax GX, Tauros GX and Lapras GX. There will likely be more basic GX pokemon in future sets. – JonathanJ Feb 27 '17 at 0:24
  • It depends on the type of deck. Brigette is a good card for my 2 different decks. – rhavendc Feb 27 '17 at 8:06

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