Card Illustrated by Yusuke Ohmura (33).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Bidoof  73  Mysterious Treasures  View
Magikarp  89  Mysterious Treasures  View
Murkrow  95  Secret Wonders  View
Mow Rotom  RT4  Rising Rivals  View
Bianca  90  Emerging Powers  View
Cheren  91  Emerging Powers  View
Cilan  86  Next Destinies  View
Hugh  130  Boundaries Crossed  View
Skyla  134  Boundaries Crossed  View
Colress (Team Plasma)  118  Plasma Storm  View
Team Plasma Grunt (Team Plasma)  125  Plasma Storm  View
Ghetsis (Team Plasma)  101  Plasma Freeze  View
Shadow Triad (Team Plasma)  102  Plasma Freeze  View
Caitlin  78  Plasma Blast  View
Iris  81  Plasma Blast  View
Elesa  RC20  Legendary Treasures  View
Professor Sycamore  122  XY  View
Team Flare Grunt  129  XY  View
Pokemon Fan Club  94  Flashfire  View
Korrina  95  Furious Fists  View
Korrina (Full Art)  111  Furious Fists  View
Professor Sycamore  101  Phantom Forces  View
Xerosic  110  Phantom Forces  View
Archie's Ace in the Hole  124  Primal Clash  View
Professor Birch's Observations  134  Primal Clash  View
Hex Maniac  75  Ancient Origins  View
Skyla  148  BREAKthrough  View
Delinquent  98  BREAKPoint  View
Professor Sycamore  107  BREAKPoint  View
Psychics Third Eye  108  BREAKPoint  View
Pokemon Fan Club  69  Generations  View
Team Flare Grunt  73  Generations  View
BW100  Black and White Promos  View
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