Card Illustrated by Ayaka Yoshida (40).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Dialga  Call of Legends  View
Dialga  SL02  Call of Legends  View
Palkia  SL08  Call of Legends  View
Suicune  SL11  Call of Legends  View
Potion  100  Black and White  View
Professor Juniper  101  Black and White  View
Switch  104  Black and White  View
Potion  132  Boundaries Crossed  View
Switch  135  Boundaries Crossed  View
Charizard  136  Plasma Storm  View
Blastoise  137  Plasma Storm  View
Empoleon  117  Plasma Freeze  View
Sigilyph  118  Plasma Freeze  View
Garbodor  119  Plasma Freeze  View
Garchomp  120  Plasma Freeze  View
Virizion  103  Plasma Blast  View
Dusknoir  104  Plasma Blast  View
Genesect  16  Legendary Treasures  View
Mewtwo  53  Legendary Treasures  View
Potion  15  BW Trainer Kit (Excadrill)  View
Potion  23  BW Trainer Kit (Excadrill)  View
Potion  20  XY Trainer Kit (Sylveon)  View
Potion  24  XY Trainer Kit (Sylveon)  View
Potion  15  XY Trainer Kit (Noivern)  View
Potion  27  XY Trainer Kit (Noivern)  View
Dialga EX  62  Phantom Forces  View
Aegislash EX  65  Phantom Forces  View
Weakness Policy  142  Primal Clash  View
Latios EX  58  Roaring Skies  View
Shaymin EX  77  Roaring Skies  View
Sky Field  89  Roaring Skies  View
Vespiquen  11  Ancient Origins  View
Baltoy  32  Ancient Origins  View
Simisear  24  BREAKthrough  View
Vanilluxe  45  BREAKthrough  View
Mismagius  66  BREAKthrough  View
Palpitoad  34  BREAKPoint  View
Espeon EX  52  BREAKPoint  View
Latios EX  XY72  XY Promos  View
Aerodactyl EX  XY97  XY Promos  View
Name Card Number Set Name View

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