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Name Card Number Set Name View
Charizard EX (Basic)  12  Flashfire  View
Toxicroak EX  41  Flashfire  View
Pal Pad  92  Flashfire  View
Sacred Ash  96  Flashfire  View
Trick Shovel  98  Flashfire  View
Magmortar  11  Furious Fists  View
Blaziken  14  Furious Fists  View
Beartic  22  Furious Fists  View
Electivire  30  Furious Fists  View
Golurk  43  Furious Fists  View
Machamp  46  Furious Fists  View
Landorus  58  Furious Fists  View
Slaking  83  Furious Fists  View
Chandelure  43  Phantom Forces  View
Spiritomb  55  Phantom Forces  View
Whiscash  41  Primal Clash  View
Nidoqueen  69  Primal Clash  View
Excadrill  97  Primal Clash  View
Bidoof  117  Primal Clash  View
Togekiss  46  Roaring Skies  View
Rayquaza EX  60  Roaring Skies  View
Kyurem EX  25  Ancient Origins  View
Giratina EX  57  Ancient Origins  View
Mewtwo EX  61  BREAKthrough  View
Mewtwo EX  62  BREAKthrough  View
Machamp  XY13  XY Promos  View
Krookodile EX  XY25  XY Promos  View
Metagross EX  XY34  XY Promos  View
Gallade EX  XY45  XY Promos  View
Absol EX  XY62  XY Promos  View
Rayquaza EX  XY73  XY Promos  View
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