Card Illustrated by Sanosuke Sakuma (30).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Natu  55  Legendary Treasures  View
Croagunk  62  Legendary Treasures  View
Bouffalant  107  Legendary Treasures  View
Growlithe  RC4  Legendary Treasures  View
Ursaring  RC16  Legendary Treasures  View
Jigglypuff  88  XY  View
Shinx  32  Flashfire  View
Lopunny  85  Flashfire  View
Victreebel  Furious Fists  View
Torchic  12  Furious Fists  View
Pikachu  27  Furious Fists  View
Raichu  28  Furious Fists  View
Karrablast  Phantom Forces  View
Gligar  46  Phantom Forces  View
Mightyena  54  Phantom Forces  View
Skarmory  59  Phantom Forces  View
Goomy  75  Phantom Forces  View
Seadra  31  Primal Clash  View
Milotic  44  Primal Clash  View
Electrike  60  Primal Clash  View
Team Aqua's Spheal  Double Crisis  View
Team Aqua's Carvanha  20  Double Crisis  View
Jirachi  42  Roaring Skies  View
Swellow  71  Roaring Skies  View
Jolteon  26  Ancient Origins  View
Golett  34  Ancient Origins  View
Kirlia  69  BREAKthrough  View
Darkrai  XY22  XY Promos  View
Shiftry  XY23  XY Promos  View
Latias  XY78  XY Promos  View
Name Card Number Set Name View

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