Card Illustrated by Hironobu Yoshida (36).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Scizor  33  WoTC Promo  View
Scyther  45  WoTC Promo  View
Lugia  Neo Genesis  View
Aipom  26  Neo Genesis  View
Gligar  59  Neo Genesis  View
Totodile  81  Neo Genesis  View
Smeargle  11  Neo Discovery  View
Tyranitar  12  Neo Discovery  View
Wobbuffet  16  Neo Discovery  View
Smeargle  30  Neo Discovery  View
Tyranitar  31  Neo Discovery  View
Wobbuffet  35  Neo Discovery  View
Pupitar  45  Neo Discovery  View
Larvitar  57  Neo Discovery  View
Celebi  Neo Revelation  View
Murkrow  46  Neo Revelation  View
Shining Celebi  106  Neo Destiny  View
Shining Charizard  107  Neo Destiny  View
Shining Kabutops  108  Neo Destiny  View
Shining Mewtwo  109  Neo Destiny  View
Shining Raichu  111  Neo Destiny  View
Meowth  121  Expedition  View
Nidoking  150  Aquapolis  View
Mudkip  65  Dragon  View
Torchic  77  Dragon  View
Torchic  EX Trainer Kit (Red)  View
Deoxys (Normal)  16  Deoxys  View
Deoxys (Attack)  17  Deoxys  View
Deoxys (Defense)  18  Deoxys  View
Deoxys (Speed)  Emerald  View
Pidgey  99  Secret Wonders  View
Pachirisu  Great Encounters  View
Frost Rotom  RT2  Rising Rivals  View
Electivire FB  Supreme Victors  View
Skarmory FB  83  Supreme Victors  View
Kabuto  67  Arceus  View
Name Card Number Set Name View

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