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Name Card Number Set Name View
Max Revive  117  Gym Challenge  View
Elekid  Aquapolis  View
Magneton  H16  Aquapolis  View
Magneton  22  Aquapolis  View
Porygon2  28  Aquapolis  View
Beedrill  H4  Skyridge  View
Beedrill  Skyridge  View
Jolteon  H12  Skyridge  View
Jolteon  13  Skyridge  View
Ledian  H14  Skyridge  View
Ledian  15  Skyridge  View
Steelix  H29  Skyridge  View
Steelix  31  Skyridge  View
Electabuzz ex  97  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Lapras ex  99  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Magmar ex  100  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Aerodactyl ex  94  Sandstorm  View
Aggron ex  95  Sandstorm  View
Gardevoir ex  96  Sandstorm  View
Typhlosion ex  99  Sandstorm  View
Golem ex  91  Dragon  View
Kingdra ex  92  Dragon  View
Magcargo ex  95  Dragon  View
Muk ex  96  Dragon  View
Rayquaza ex  97  Dragon  View
Blaziken ex  89  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Sceptile ex  93  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Swampert ex  95  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Groudon ex  93  Hidden Legends  View
Kyogre ex  94  Hidden Legends  View
Blastoise ex  104  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Gyarados ex  109  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Armaldo ex  16  OP Series 1  View
Rocket's Scizor ex  101  Team Rocket Returns  View
Rocket's Scyther ex  102  Team Rocket Returns  View
Manectric ex  101  Deoxys  View
Salamence ex  103  Deoxys  View
Sharpedo ex  104  Deoxys  View
Cacturne ex  91  Emerald  View
Medicham ex  95  Emerald  View
Regice ex  98  Emerald  View
Regirock ex  99  Emerald  View
Registeel ex  100  Emerald  View
Feraligatr ex  103  Unseen Forces  View
Lugia ex  105  Unseen Forces  View
Vaporeon ex  110  Delta Species  View
Arcanine ex  83  Legend Maker  View
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