Card Illustrated by Katsura Tabata (33).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Rocket's Sneasel  Best of Promos  View
Skarmory  97  Skyridge  View
Fast Ball  124  Skyridge  View
Friend Ball  126  Skyridge  View
Hyper Potion  127  Skyridge  View
Lure Ball  128  Skyridge  View
Pokenav  88  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Mewtwo ex  101  Ruby and Sapphire  View
Buffer Piece  83  Dragon  View
Team Aqua's Sharpedo  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Aqua's Sharpedo  18  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Magma's Camerupt  19  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Magma's Aron  58  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Magma's Aron  59  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Team Magma's Numel  64  Team Aqua-Team Magma  View
Blaziken  OP Series 1  View
Rayquaza  OP Series 1  View
Pokemon Retriever  84  Team Rocket Returns  View
Pow! Hand Extension  85  Team Rocket Returns  View
Surprise! Time Machine  91  Team Rocket Returns  View
Swoop! Teleporter  92  Team Rocket Returns  View
Venture Bomb  93  Team Rocket Returns  View
Ninjask  13  Deoxys  View
Pokenav  81  Emerald  View
Holon's Magneton  22  Delta Species  View
Holon's Magnemite  70  Delta Species  View
Nuzleaf  41  Legend Maker  View
Weepinbell  47  Legend Maker  View
Plusle  EX Trainer Kit 2 (Red)  View
Minun  EX Trainer Kit 2 (Blue)  View
Wobbuffet  56  Holon Phantoms  View
Pokenav  83  Crystal Guardians  View
Buffer Piece  72  Dragon Frontiers  View
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