Card Illustrated by Shigenori Negishi (44).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Hitmontop  Call of Legends  View
Tyrogue  36  Call of Legends  View
Swoobat  37  Emerging Powers  View
Petlil  Noble Victories  View
Persian  81  Next Destinies  View
Shelmet  10  Dark Explorers  View
Baltoy  63  Dragons Exalted  View
Lairon  79  Dragons Exalted  View
Electabuzz  53  Boundaries Crossed  View
Venipede  72  Boundaries Crossed  View
Maractus  11  Plasma Storm  View
Magnemite  42  Plasma Storm  View
Exeggcute  Plasma Freeze  View
Nidorino  44  Plasma Freeze  View
Beldum  50  Plasma Freeze  View
Tropius  Plasma Blast  View
Snover  25  Plasma Blast  View
Tynamo  31  Plasma Blast  View
Aron  57  Plasma Blast  View
Servine  Legendary Treasures  View
Sigilyph  66  Legendary Treasures  View
Terrakion  84  Legendary Treasures  View
Gabite  95  Legendary Treasures  View
Simisage  11  XY  View
Electrode  45  XY  View
Ekans  47  XY  View
Sableye  68  XY  View
Ekans  16  XY Trainer Kit (Noivern)  View
Feebas  22  Flashfire  View
Weavile  52  Flashfire  View
Hypno  36  Furious Fists  View
Mienfoo  56  Furious Fists  View
Finneon  18  Phantom Forces  View
Deino  72  Phantom Forces  View
Magcargo  23  Primal Clash  View
Swampert  35  Primal Clash  View
Marill  102  Primal Clash  View
Silcoon  Roaring Skies  View
Unfezant  80  Roaring Skies  View
Metang  48  Ancient Origins  View
Staryu  29  BREAKthrough  View
Gastly  58  BREAKthrough  View
Sandshrew  75  BREAKthrough  View
Bronzor  95  BREAKthrough  View
Name Card Number Set Name View

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