Card Illustrated by Hideaki Hakokazi (35).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Suicune  HGSS21  HGSS Promos  View
Unown  54  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Unown  55  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Poke Ball  95  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Switch  102  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Mismagius  Unleashed  View
Shaymin  Unleashed  View
Torkoal  25  Unleashed  View
Misdreavus  54  Unleashed  View
Life Herb  79  Unleashed  View
Pokemon Circulator  81  Unleashed  View
Crobat  84  Unleashed  View
Kingdra  85  Unleashed  View
Lanturn  86  Unleashed  View
Unown  40  Undaunted  View
Espeon  81  Undaunted  View
Houndoom  82  Undaunted  View
Umbreon  86  Undaunted  View
Venomoth  11  Triumphant  View
Unown  51  Triumphant  View
Venonat  81  Triumphant  View
Absol  91  Triumphant  View
Celebi  92  Triumphant  View
Electrode  93  Triumphant  View
Mew  97  Triumphant  View
Poke Ball  23  HGSS Trainer Kit (Water)  View
Switch  24  HGSS Trainer Kit (Lighting)  View
Poke Ball  25  HGSS Trainer Kit (Lighting)  View
Switch  28  HGSS Trainer Kit (Water)  View
Tangrowth  34  Call of Legends  View
Tangela  72  Call of Legends  View
Lost World  81  Call of Legends  View
Research Record  84  Call of Legends  View
Ho-Oh  SL05  Call of Legends  View
Lugia  SL07  Call of Legends  View
Name Card Number Set Name View

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