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Name Card Number Set Name View
Dratini  52  Team Rocket Returns  View
Magnemite  66  Team Rocket Returns  View
Voltorb  80  Team Rocket Returns  View
Golbat  31  Deoxys  View
Zubat  83  Deoxys  View
Aipom  34  Unseen Forces  View
Remoraid  71  Unseen Forces  View
Spinarak  75  Unseen Forces  View
Kakuna  46  Delta Species  View
Koffing  72  Delta Species  View
Makuhita  75  Delta Species  View
Poochyena  79  Delta Species  View
Cascoon  30  Legend Maker  View
Chinchou  50  Legend Maker  View
Clamperl  51  Legend Maker  View
Combusken  31  Crystal Guardians  View
Torchic  65  Crystal Guardians  View
Treecko  67  Crystal Guardians  View
Quagsire (Delta Species)  21  Dragon Frontiers  View
Seadra (Delta Species)  22  Dragon Frontiers  View
Mareep (Delta Species)  54  Dragon Frontiers  View
Vulpix (Delta Species)  70  Dragon Frontiers  View
Kirlia  31  Power Keepers  View
Lairon  32  Power Keepers  View
Charmander  48  Power Keepers  View
Trapinch  68  Power Keepers  View
Machoke  41  Stormfront  View
Duskull  60  Stormfront  View
Skorupi  73  Stormfront  View
Graveler  37  Arceus  View
Gulpin  40  Arceus  View
Heracross  43  HeartGold SoulSilver  View
Sudowoodo  Unleashed  View
Primeape  22  Unleashed  View
Mankey  53  Unleashed  View
Raticate  34  Undaunted  View
Rattata  64  Undaunted  View
Tentacruel  50  Triumphant  View
Tentacool  80  Triumphant  View
Palpitoad  41  Legendary Treasures  View
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