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  • When your Pokémon makes an attempt to attack an opponent's Baby Pokémon, you flip a coin. The rule for Baby Pokémon is applied only when your Pokémon tries to attack a Baby Pokémon.
  • 2008, Cameron R., “Rules of the Pokémon TCG”, Legendary Pokémon, archived on 2008-05-25:
    For example, if you have Tyrogue in play, and you evolve it into Hitmonlee, treat Hitmonlee as if it is an Evolution Card rather than a Basic Pokémon. Baby Pokémon have the names of the Pokémon they evolve into printed on them, and those are the only Pokémon they can evolve into.
  • 2008, Stephen P. Clouse, “Pokémon TCG Comprehensive Rules”, accessed on 2010-11-14:
    There are nine card types: Baby Pokémon, Basic Pokémon, Evolution, Level Up, Trainer, Supporter, Stadium, Basic Energy, and Special Energy. Baby Pokémon, Basic Pokémon, Evolution, and Level Up cards are collectively called Pokémon (or Pokémon cards). Basic Energy and Special Energy are collectively called Energy.
  • 2008, Stephen P. Clouse, “Pokémon TCG Comprehensive Rules”, accessed on 2010-11-14:
    If a player attempts to attack an opponent's Baby Pokémon, the attacking player flips a coin as usual. If the defending player has one Baby Pokémon and one non-Baby Pokémon, the attacking player does not have to flip to attack the non-Baby Pokémon.
  • 2009, Mark I. West, The Japanification of children's popular culture: from godzilla to miyazaki[1], edition illustrated, Scarecrow Press, ISBN 9780810851214:
    (Baby Pokémon also appear on some cards, as a prior stage to the basic and evolved creatures.)
  • 2010, Pokémon Organized Play, “Pokémon Organized Play Official Tournament Formats”, Pokemon.com, accessed on 2010-11-14:
    When a player’s Pokémon uses an attack on an opponent's Baby Pokémon that requires a flip, that player must flip a coin. However, if 1 of the defending player's Pokémon is a Baby Pokémon that requires a flip and the defending player's other Pokémon is not, the attacking player does not have to flip a coin to attack the non-Baby Pokémon.
  • 2010, “Pokémon Trading Card Game”, English Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, revision 395273360:
    Baby Pokémon cards, introduced in Neo Genesis, are a special kind of Basic Pokémon, sometimes distinguished by a Poké-Power called "Baby Evolution." Baby Pokémon have low HP, but their attacks have strange and sometimes very powerful effects. Baby Pokémon can evolve into another Basic Pokémon, specified on the card.