Card Illustrated by Hitoshi Ariga (32).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Misdreavus  57  Legendary Treasures  View
Ledian  XY  View
Lapras  35  XY  View
Bisharp  82  XY  View
Luxray  34  Flashfire  View
Scrafty  59  Flashfire  View
Hitmonlee  47  Furious Fists  View
Breloom  50  Furious Fists  View
Drapion  65  Furious Fists  View
Lysandre's Trump Card  99  Phantom Forces  View
Lysandre's Trump Card (Full Art)  118  Phantom Forces  View
Bunnelby  121  Primal Clash  View
Archie's Ace in the Hole (Full Art)  157  Primal Clash  View
Maxie's Hidden Ball Trick (Full Art)  158  Primal Clash  View
Professor Birch's Observations (Full Art)  159  Primal Clash  View
Teammates (Full Art)  160  Primal Clash  View
Dive Ball (Gold)  161  Primal Clash  View
Team Aqua's Walrein  Double Crisis  View
Team Magma's Mightyena  19  Double Crisis  View
Zapdos  23  Roaring Skies  View
Skarmory  69  Roaring Skies  View
Sableye  44  Ancient Origins  View
Metagross  50  Ancient Origins  View
Zorua  89  BREAKthrough  View
Zorua  90  BREAKthrough  View
Fisherman  136  BREAKthrough  View
Aegislash  62  BREAKPoint  View
Sudowoodo  67  BREAKPoint  View
All-Night Party  96  BREAKPoint  View
Hitmonlee  47  Generations  View
Pikachu EX  XY84  XY Promos  View
Hoopa EX  XY85  XY Promos  View
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