Card Illustrated by TOKIYA (48).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Porygon  HGSS22  HGSS Promos  View
Porygon2  HGSS23  HGSS Promos  View
Froslass  Arceus  View
Treecko  78  Arceus  View
Arceus  AR9  Arceus  View
Ninetales  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Corsola  37  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Vulpix  87  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Metagross  18  Undaunted  View
Metang  30  Undaunted  View
Beldum  43  Undaunted  View
Mawile  56  Undaunted  View
Electivire  20  Triumphant  View
Elekid  21  Triumphant  View
Electabuzz  33  Triumphant  View
Ninetales  17  Call of Legends  View
Mawile  64  Call of Legends  View
Vulpix  75  Call of Legends  View
Blaziken  17  Dark Explorers  View
Umbreon  60  Dark Explorers  View
Axew  13  Dragon Vault  View
Tangrowth  Boundaries Crossed  View
Lopunny  117  Boundaries Crossed  View
Dragonair  82  Plasma Freeze  View
Charizard  19  Legendary Treasures  View
Gothita  69  Legendary Treasures  View
Hariyama  52  Furious Fists  View
Mienshao  57  Furious Fists  View
Joltik  26  Phantom Forces  View
Liepard  57  Phantom Forces  View
Spheal  45  Primal Clash  View
Rhyperior  77  Primal Clash  View
Probopass  95  Primal Clash  View
Mr. Mime  101  Primal Clash  View
Team Magma's Aggron  14  Double Crisis  View
Team Magma's Poochyena  17  Double Crisis  View
Salamence  57  Roaring Skies  View
Unfezant  81  Roaring Skies  View
Gyarados  21  Ancient Origins  View
Gardevoir  54  Ancient Origins  View
Porygon-Z  66  Ancient Origins  View
Yveltal  94  BREAKthrough  View
Dodrio  117  BREAKthrough  View
Garchomp  70  BREAKPoint  View
Shiftry  73  BREAKPoint  View
Dodrio  56  Generations  View
Gyarados  XY60  XY Promos  View
Dialga  XY77  XY Promos  View
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