Card Illustrated by Toshinao Aoki (36).

Name Card Number Set Name View
Dragonite  WoTC Promo  View
Moltres  21  WoTC Promo  View
Articuno  22  WoTC Promo  View
Zapdos  23  WoTC Promo  View
Flying Pikachu  25  WoTC Promo  View
Surfing Pikachu  28  WoTC Promo  View
Ampharos  Neo Revelation  View
Flaaffy  28  Neo Revelation  View
Dark Ariados  17  Neo Destiny  View
Dark Magcargo  18  Neo Destiny  View
Dark Exeggutor  33  Neo Destiny  View
Exeggcute  64  Neo Destiny  View
Light Sunflora  72  Neo Destiny  View
Machop  73  Neo Destiny  View
Hoppip  112  Expedition  View
Qwilfish  127  Expedition  View
Kangaskhan  88  Aquapolis  View
Pinsir  101  Aquapolis  View
Aerodactyl  Skyridge  View
Kadabra  69  Skyridge  View
Sunkern  106  Skyridge  View
Swinub  108  Skyridge  View
Ninjask  38  Dragon  View
Nincada  66  Dragon  View
Masquerain  20  Hidden Legends  View
Ninetales  22  Hidden Legends  View
Surskit  76  Hidden Legends  View
Vulpix  81  Hidden Legends  View
Dewgong  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Seel  78  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Squirtle  82  Fire Red Leaf Green  View
Flying Pikachu  113  Rising Rivals  View
Surfing Pikachu  114  Rising Rivals  View
Articuno  148  Supreme Victors  View
Moltres  149  Supreme Victors  View
Zapdos  150  Supreme Victors  View
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