Card Illustrated by Kazuyuki Kano (26).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Feraligatr  Mysterious Treasures  View
Garchomp  Mysterious Treasures  View
Honchkrow  10  Mysterious Treasures  View
Typhlosion  16  Mysterious Treasures  View
Abomasnow  19  Mysterious Treasures  View
Bastiodon  21  Mysterious Treasures  View
Rampardos  33  Mysterious Treasures  View
Golbat  50  Mysterious Treasures  View
Tropius  64  Mysterious Treasures  View
Unown [M]  66  Mysterious Treasures  View
Unown [T]  67  Mysterious Treasures  View
Gastrodon East Sea  Secret Wonders  View
Gastrodon West Sea  Secret Wonders  View
Ho-oh  10  Secret Wonders  View
Lickilicky  12  Secret Wonders  View
Lugia  14  Secret Wonders  View
Salamence  18  Secret Wonders  View
Venusaur  20  Secret Wonders  View
Mothim  33  Secret Wonders  View
Unown [S]  39  Secret Wonders  View
Wormadam Trash Cloak  43  Secret Wonders  View
Unown [X]  71  Secret Wonders  View
Unown [Z]  72  Secret Wonders  View
Bastiodon  OP Series 6  View
Rampardos  OP Series 6  View
Mothim  OP Series 7  View
Name Card Number Set Name View

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