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Fly


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Card Info


Title: Fly
Cost:

3 coins

Quantity:

x1

Play:

Play before your first invasion.

Description:

You may invade any air territory from any land territory you occupy. You do not require Kirby to make any land to air invasions.

Notes

Fly has use both in battle as an attack and also in the Pokemon overworld as a means of fast-travel. Fly is a sort of fast-travel in War of the Fanboys, as well. Use the Fly card to summon flocks of Pidgeot for your Fanboys and Heroes to mount and ride into battle. This allows the player to attack air territories from any direction or land large numbers of troops onto uncontested air territories.

Pidgeot can seen soaring into the air here on the Secret Wonders Pokemon card. This is the last thing any unlucky Fanboys occupying an air territory will see. The image was illustrated by Masakazu Fukuda.

Clarifications



Is there a limit to how many times I can invade each air territory from each land territory?

No. You may make attacks to each air territory, from each land territory, as often as you’d like or have Fanboys available to invade, or stop whenever you are satisfied. You may invade multiple air territories from a single land territory, or you may invade a single air territory from multiple land territories.




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owned by the copyright holder, likely
Nintendo or its affiliates, unless otherwise
stated. It is believed that its use here falls under
fair use guidelines.

Previous Versions

The original Fly cards were a replacement for Kirby. They were rarely used, as players tended to already have Kirby by the time this card was drawn. By the time WotF 3.0 was released, one of the little Pidgeys evolved into a dangerous – and expensive – attack card. The artwork is from the original Base Set of the Pokemon Trading Card Game published at the time by Wizards of the Coast, and was illustrated by Ken Sugimori.

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Latricia

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Posted: 2016-12-15 02:30:09
Strangely we both felt we were listening to one of the late Allister Cook’s memorable “Letters from Am1e2caRir;. We are learning so much from your reports that we didn’t know and your insights are fascinatingto say the least.