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Name Card Number Set Name View
Metal Energy (Special) (Major text change. Requires reference.)  19  Neo Genesis  View
Darkness Energy (Special) (Major text change. Requires reference.)  104  Neo Genesis  View
Miracle Energy  16  Neo Destiny  View
Darkness Energy (Special) (Major text change. Requires reference.)  158  Expedition  View
Metal Energy (Special) (Major text change. Requires reference.)  159  Expedition  View
Darkness Energy (Special) (Major text change. Requires reference.)  142  Aquapolis  View
Metal Energy (Special) (Major text change. Requires reference.)  143  Aquapolis  View
Darkness Energy (Special)  93  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Metal Energy (Special)  94  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Darkness Energy (Special)  86  Emerald  View
Metal Energy (Special)  88  Emerald  View
Darkness Energy (Special)  96  Unseen Forces  View
Metal Energy (Special)  97  Unseen Forces  View
Darkness Energy (Special)  103  Delta Species  View
Metal Energy (Special)  107  Delta Species  View
Darkness Energy (Special)  94  Holon Phantoms  View
Metal Energy (Special)  95  Holon Phantoms  View
Darkness Energy (Special)  87  Power Keepers  View
Metal Energy (Special)  88  Power Keepers  View
Alph Lithograph  ONE  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Alph Lithograph  TWO  Unleashed  View
Alph Lithograph  THREE  Undaunted  View
Alph Lithograph  FOUR  Triumphant  View
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