Card Illustrated by Hiromichi Sugiyama (32).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Kyogre ex  Nintendo Promos  View
Cool Porygon  15  WoTC Promo  View
Charizard  Expedition  View
Blastoise  36  Expedition  View
Charizard  40  Expedition  View
Feraligatr  46  Expedition  View
Miracle Sphere Alpha  129  Skyridge  View
Miracle Sphere Beta  130  Skyridge  View
Miracle Sphere Gamma  131  Skyridge  View
Mystery Plate Alpha  133  Skyridge  View
Mystery Plate Beta  134  Skyridge  View
Mystery Plate Gamma  135  Skyridge  View
Mystery Plate Delta  136  Skyridge  View
Pokemon Reversal (Major text change. Requires reference.)  87  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Switch  92  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Hitmonchan ex  98  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Team Magma's Aggron  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Magma's Lairon  20  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Magma's Lairon  36  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Aqua's Carvanha  48  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Aqua Hideout  78  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Pokemon Reversal (Major text change. Requires reference.)  97  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Switch  102  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Charizard ex  105  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Sceptile  OP Series 1  View
Swampert  OP Series 1  View
Rayquaza  22  Deoxys  View
Pokemon Reversal  88  Unseen Forces  View
Switch  102  Delta Species  View
Blaziken  20  Holon Phantoms  View
Deoxys ex (Speed)  17  OP Series 4  View
Switch  83  Dragon Frontiers  View
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