Friday, December 27, 2013

Pokemon Card Prices

Many people might be looking for Pokemon card prices since most of the official card price guides don't usually cover collections other then baseball cards or basket ball cards. Since Pokemon cards are a specific hobby finding Pokemon card prices are usually too specific or might not be widly accepted by every hobbist or collector. But I've been working on a complete guide for all of the rare cards out of each expansion which ends up working out to be a pretty good general idea about how much cards are valued.

I'm sure you're wondering what makes makes my website better then most of the websites which list prices on their websites. Well for one thing I'm not selling Pokemon cards from my website so I'm not going to try to tell you a card is worth more then it's true value is to try and sell you it for a premium price. Secondly I'm always working on my websites so I keep them up to date. If a change is needed I have access to make the change right away. So you're getting prices from a fellow collector who isn't making this website to steal your money. I'm here to provide useful information for people that collect Pokemon cards and also for people that play the card game.

I also provide a high and low price. The reason for this is because we all know of places like ebay or other auction websites as well as our standard hobby shops and websites which sell Pokemon cards. The low usually indicates what you would pay if you went to action which also doesn't mean that the card won't sell for a lower price then what's listed. Remember auctions and what people are willing to pay for a card comes down to how popular, how rare, and the demand of that Pokemon card. Just like a common card could sell for double or triple its value if enough people wanted that card even if it's not as rare as a holographic card. So in the end the Pokemon card prices which I provide to you are just a guide which will give you an idea of the possible range. And since I actually do research and collect data by range of different prices and giving you a idea of minimum and maximum price you might pay or make when you sell pokemon cards.

Eventually I plan on having full guides for everything Pokemon card prices related as well as full lists of all the Pokemon cards and theme decks. But for now I covered most of the very popular and expensive expansions. I appologize for how long it takes to put them out but I wouldn't want to rush the process and end up making mistakes and posting value's which are not correct causing people to think a Pokemon card is worthless when it might be worth quite a lot.

I'm also open to suggestions on how to make this Pokemon blog even better so if you have idea's regarding Pokemon card prices or have a suggestion about something to add leave me a comment or feel free to email me. Below I've included links to each of the card lists which contain prices guides and I will update them as I get more finished this will help so you don't have to search the whole blog to find these easily.


These are all the English release of Pokemon card prices in the future I might decide to also add the Japanese card prices as well but I'm first doing all of the English cards since this website is English and most people will be coming here looking for Pokémon card prices which reflect that.


Sunday, December 15, 2013

Buying Pokemon Loom Bracelet

Loom braclets are a popular new trend that is popular with children that allows them to make friendship bracelets which are made out of tiny rubber bands. Looms comes in many different colors and it's up to the creativity of the person and the skill level of the person to make the loom bracelet.

So far when it comes to Pokemon loom's I have not seen any specific ones in stores but people have been coming in and asking about these since there is Hello Kitty looms. Ive seen a Hello Kitty loom bracelet kit that comes with small charms which are shaped like Hello Kitty. And I have seen people just make Hello Kitty faces using looms. But as of so far I have not seen any Pokemon looms.

With how popular Pokemon is hopefully a company will start making Pokemon looms at the very least using Pokemon charm's which can be weaved into the loom's during the creation of the braclet similar to the Hello Kitty ones. Or it would be nice if a company came in and made a specific Pokemon Loom bracelet kit that provides enough looms to make the respected Pokemon with the proper loom colors since when you buy most of the packs they don't usually provide all of just one color and the color of the looms are usually really random from most stores.

I have seen some user made guides of making Pokemon looms but they look nothing like the actual pokemon and usually it's not the fault of the person making them. Usually its more the issue of lack of proper loom band color's. There are some multi colored loom braclet kits and they do contain some of the colors to make the Pokemon loom's but it would be up to creativity to actually make Pokemon looms since there are no real guides or nothing so far that can be found about creating Pokemon loom bracelets.



But for now you could still get some of the chibi Pokemon charms and use those along side of your loom bracelet creations to still get the Pokemon loom fashion result. These can be weaved into your loom bracelets to give them a Pokemon Theme. This would be great as a christmas gift too since it can be hard to find good gift idea's that are inexpensive.

But hopefully in the future it will be possible to buy Pokemon looms without needing to just be creative. Not saying its bad to be creative since that's the whole idea behind looms but sometimes it's good to have some direction from someone that knows it's possible to make one or can help provide some extra tips that make the process much easier.

Thursday, November 28, 2013

Pokemon Christmas Idea's

Have a family member that's a Pokemon fan and not sure what to buy them for the holiday season? Well today I'm going to talk about different Pokemon idea's that you can consider when trying to buy someone a gift this holiday season.

We all heard about the release of X and Y series on the Nintendo 3Ds if you have a family member who owns a Nintendo 3Ds if they haven't already most likely they want the game this comes as either Pokemon X or Pokemon Y each has different Pokemon but they can trade with friends so don't worry too much about buying the wrong one unless they already own one of them. If they don't own a Nintendo 3Ds then you might have to buy the system with the games for them but they will be happy since this is a very good game.

If you have a family member that likes the Pokemon card game and they also like X and Y you have Pokémon TCG: Sylveon Collection since Sylveon is one of the favorite new fairy Pokemon the promotional cards which come in this package are actually very nice. If they are interested in the trading card game but you aren't sure which type of booster packs to buy the newest boosters for the Pokemon card game are Legendary Treasures. These do not include Pokemon from X and Y series but buying Legendary Treasures booster packs would allow them to play the current card game. You could also wait until the next release of boosters but these happens next year you can however pick up the Pokémon TCG: XY—Kalos Starter Set which you can buy now. The Pokémon TCG: XY expansion won't be out until next year so you won't be able to buy Pokemon booster packs of these till next year.

You can also go with the collectable tins which come with promo Pokemon cards some booster packs and sometimes also include a Pokemon figures. If they play the trading card game online

Another hot item which is pretty popular is the Pokemon plush dolls. These are sold at Target and some of the stores but they come in varies so one store might not have the same plushes which you find at another store. You might want to know which Pokemon is your family members favorite while your shopping so you don't buy one that they don't really like. A good way to find out is ask them about the game and which starting Pokemon they choose or take them to the store and see if they name any specific Pokemon that they seem to really want. But if you want it to be a surpise don't let them know that they will be getting anything. Usually making it seem like your coming to the store for boring shopping usually is a good way of hiding the fact that you plan on buying them anything.

Some of the Pokemon action figures are very popular the older ones had no moving parts and where kind of boring for most kids but the newer ones have action parts like charizard shoots fireballs. These can be a choking hazard for younger children so just beware of the age of the child when you go to buy some of these figures they would be better off with a plush toy if they are very young.

You could also buy them the Pokemon movie Genesect and the Legend Awakened this will be released December 3, 2013 for home video so if you didn't go to the movie in the movie threaters to watch it.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Rare Neo Discovery Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Neo Discovery Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version and 1st edition pokemon cards. 1st edition cards are more rare then that of unlimited pokemon cards. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Neo Discovery Houndoom Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $30.00 $60.00
Neo Discovery Umbreon Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $20.00 $35.00
Neo Discovery Scizor Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $15.00 $23.00
Neo Discovery Tyranitar Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $15.00 $23.00
Neo Discovery Scizor Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $15.00 $23.00
Neo Discovery Typhlosion Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $14.00 $20.00
Neo Discovery Wobbuffet Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $14.00 $19.00
Neo Discovery Ho-oh Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $13.00 $16.00
Neo Discovery Yanma Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $8.00 $15.00
Neo Discovery Smeargle Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $8.00 $15.00
Neo Discovery Politoed Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $7.00 $14.00
Neo Discovery Espeon Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $7.50 $13.00
Neo Discovery Ursaring Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $6.00 $14.00
Neo Discovery Forretress Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $6.00 $13.00
Neo Discovery Houndour Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $5.50 $12.00
Neo Discovery Poliwrath Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $5.50 $11.00
Neo Discovery Misdreavus Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $5.50 $10.00
Neo Discovery Magnemite Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $5.50 $10.00
Neo Discovery Kabutops Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards 1st Mint $5.50 $9.00

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Pokemon X and Y ROM with Emulator

With the release of the Pokemon x and y Nintendo 3ds game many people have been spaming websites asking for a rom and emulator for the Nintendo 3ds. And with a lot of scammers on the net comes many fake survey's and virus filled programs ment to make a user download and install unwanted toolbar's hack bar's as well as do paid surveys in a way to make money and exploit a poor user.

So what I wanted to go over is first that there is no real Nintendo 3ds emulator any of the current ones that claim they are legit are just scams and as soon as you click on them they will try to make you do some paid survey's or install some malware toolbar's like sweet tool bar. So don't be fooled or tricked into downloading or completing some virus survey.

Many hackers are just taking emulators from other working projects like the playstation or gameboy color emulator and reskining them to make people think that they are legit programs many of the roms offered from many websites require that you fill out surveys. If your looking for a real rom without any surveys for Pokemon y i've provided it here.

So you might be wondering what you can do with the Pokemon y rom since there's no currently working emulators which you can use for Nintendo 3ds. There is currently a way to actually play rom games on a Nintendo 3ds using what is called gateway 3ds. What this allows you to do is load rom's for the Nintendo 3ds onto a flash card and then using a cartridge with a sim card addon for flash cards play it from the Nintendo 3ds that you currently own.

Of course you would need to own a Nintendo 3ds to make that possible and to some people maybe that defeats the purpose of even downloading a copy of the Pokemon y rom but until someone is able to make some real documentation on the Nintendo 3ds software. We might be 10 years or more away from a working emulator that can actually play Nintendo 3ds games.

I don't mean to disappoint people more I'm trying to help the people who are most likely hitting up google in an attempt to try and download some fake Nintendo 3ds emulator with the Pokemon x and y rom only to get some virus instead or getting some frustrating malware toolbar's which will not come off of your system.

In the future when a real Nintendo 3ds emulator makes an appearance I will update the post and provide everyone with a working Nintendo 3ds emulator but for now believe me when I say unless you plan to use the gateway 3ds you will be unable to create a way to play the Pokemon x and y rom on your computer.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

The Most Valuable Pokemon Card in Existence

I'm sure that everyone might have wondered what the most valuable Pokemon card that exist's is and some might think that it would be the first edition shadowless charizard. While that might be true of the English set of Pokemon cards that is not true of the most rare and valuable Pokemon card out of every card.

The most valuable Pokemon card is actually the Pokemon Illustrator card which is the only Pokemon trading card which is a trainer card but does not include trainer in it's title. This card was never released to English and was a promo card which was given out to the players in Japan that had a winning entry in the Pokémon Card Game Illustration Contest during 1997. This contest required fans to draw illustration which would be featured on Pokemon cards.

Only a total of 6 copies exist in the world of this card making it one of the rarest cards that exists. A unique pen symbol is used on one of the corners of the card which cannot be found on any other Pokemon Card.

This card is also called Pikachu Illustrator since the Pokemon in the card art is a Pikachu. Only 4 copies of this card have ever been sold and the most one has ever gone for was $20,000 dollars. Another copy has been on ebay with a price of 100,000 but currently has yet to be sold.




This Pokemon card is considered the Holy Grail of all Pokemon cards. While this is the rarest pokemon card in the collection collectors might think is it a card that is really worth buying. The text on the card itself says:

"We certify that your illustration is an excellent entry in the Pokémon Card Game Illustration Contest. Therefore, we state that you are an Officially Authorized Pokémon Card Illustrator and admire your skill."

I would imagine the real hero's are the orignal artists who competed within the illustration contest not so much the collectors with deep enough pockets to buy the pokemon promo cards. Although that still doesn't make this card any less valuable.

The only sad thing is most collectors will never be able to obtain one with such a low number of cards ever printed so if you manage to have thousands of dollars laying around you might end up lucky enough to own this rare pokemon card.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Rare Neo Genesis Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Neo Genesis Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version and 1st edition pokemon cards. 1st edition cards are more rare then that of unlimited pokemon cards. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
1st Edition Neo Genesis Lugia Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $30.00 $50.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Steelix Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $20.00 $30.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Typlosion Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $19.00 $25.00
Neo Genesis Lugia Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $19.00 $25.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Meganium Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $17.00 $22.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Feraligatr Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $15.00 $19.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Ampharos Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $10.00 $15.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Kingdra Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $10.00 $15.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Slowking Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $9.00 $14.00
Neo Genesis Pichu Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 8.50 $13.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Heracross Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 8.00 $12.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Cleffa Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.50 $10.50
1st Edition Neo Genesis Steal Energy Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.50 $10.50
1st Edition Neo Genesis Togetic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.00 $10.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Bellossom Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 4.50 $8.50
1st Edition Neo Genesis Skarmory Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 3.50 $7.00
1st Edition Neo Genesis Elekid Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 3.50 $6.50

Monday, October 7, 2013

Rare Gym Challenge Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Gym Challenge Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version and 1st edition pokemon cards. 1st edition cards are more rare then that of unlimited pokemon cards. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Corrected Error Blaine's Charizard Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $50.00 $80.00
Gym Challenge Blaine Trainer Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $20.00 $30.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Blaine's Arcanine Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $19.00 $23.00
Gym Challenge Koga's Ditto Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $15.00 $20.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Rocket's Mewtwo Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $15.00 $20.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Feraligatr Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $15.00 $19.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Misty's Gyarados Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $10.00 $15.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Giovanni's Gyarados Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $10.00 $15.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Rocket's Zapdos Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $9.00 $13.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Koga's Ditto Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 8.50 $11.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Lt. Surge's Raichu Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 8.00 $12.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Erika's Venusaur Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.50 $10.50
1st Edition Gym Challenge Giovanni's Nidoking Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.50 $10.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Brock's Ninetales Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.00 $10.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Giovanni's Machamp Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 4.50 $9.50
1st Edition Gym Challenge Giovanni's Pinsir  Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 3.50 $8.00
1st Edition Gym Challenge Giovanni Trainer Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 3.50 $7.50

Saturday, October 5, 2013

Rare Gym Heroes Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Gym Heroes Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version and 1st edition pokemon cards. 1st edition cards are more rare then that of unlimited pokemon cards. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Gym Heroes Lt. Surge's Magneton Holographic Error/Misprint Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $150.00 $200.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Blaine's Moltres Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $18.00 $24.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Erika Trainer Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $13.00 $16.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Erika's Dragonair Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $9.00 $13.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Erika's Vileplume Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $8.00 $13.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Misty's Seadra Rare Holographic Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $7.00 $10.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Rocket's Hitmonchan Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $7.00 $10.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Brock Trainer Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $7.00 $10.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Erika's Clefable Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $5.00 $9.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Lt. Surge Trainer  Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.50 $9.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Misty Trainer Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 5.50 $9.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Lt. Surges Fearow Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 4.50 $8.50
1st Edition Gym Heroes Brock's Rhydon Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 4.50 $8.50
1st Edition Gym Heroes Sabrina's Gengar Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 4.50 $8.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes The Rocket's Trap Trainer Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 3.50 $7.50
1st Edition Gym Heroes Sabrina's Alakazam Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 2.50 $7.00
1st Edition Gym Heroes Lt. Surge's Electrabuzz Holographic Rare Pokemon Cards N/A Mint $ 2.50 $6.50

Rare Team Rocket Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare Pokemon cards of the Team Rocket Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version and 1st edition pokemon cards. 1st edition cards are more rare then that of unlimited pokemon cards. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Arbok Error Misprint Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $150.00 $260.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Raichu Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $110.00 $200.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Dragonite Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $120.00 $200.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Alakazam Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $100.00 $160.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Rainbow Energy Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $100.00 $160.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Vileplume Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $100.00 $160.00
1st Edition Trainer Team Rocket Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $100.00 $160.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Charizard Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $90.00 $130.71
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Blastoise Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $85.00 $115.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Garados Pre-Release Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 85.50 $120.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Dragonite Error/Misprint "No Holo" Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 85.50 $119.00
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Arbok Holographic Error/Misprint Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 70.50 $100.50
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Dugtrio Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 40.50 $60.50
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Weezing Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 15.50 $30.50
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Charazard  Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 7.50 $11.50
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Charmeleon Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 7.50 $11.50
1st Edition Team Rocket Dark Hypno Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $9.50

Rare Base Set 2 Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Base Set 2 Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Clefable Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $40.00 $70.00
Charizard Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $30.00 $50.00
Alakazam Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $30.00
Venusaur Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $25.00
Blastoise Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $25.00
Mewtwo Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $5.00 $15.00
Raichu Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $6.00 $12.00
Chansey Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $8.71
Zapdos Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $9.00
Wigglytuff Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 1.50 $8.00
Nidoking Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 1.50 $7.00
Pidgeot Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 1.50 $6.50
Poliwrath Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 1.50 $6.50
Nidoqueen Base Set 2 Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 1.50 $5.50

Rare Fossil Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Fossil Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version as well as first edition. First edition cards are more valuable of that of the unlimited versions.  The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
1st Edition Error Cut Ditto Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $500.00 $700.00
1st Edition Aerodactyl Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $60.00 $100.00
1st Edition Dragonite Holographic Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $20.00
1st Edition Raichu Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $15.00
1st Edition Articuno Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $14.00
1st Edition Lapras Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $5.00 $10.00
1st Edition Gengar Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $2.00 $5.00
1st Edition Haunter Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $8.71
1st Edition Hitmonlee Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint $7.00 $13.00
1st Edition Muk Holographic Rare Pokemon card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $12.00
1st Edition Kabutops Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $9.00
1st Edition Hypno Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $11.00
1st Edition Moltres Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 2.50 $5.50
1st Edition Magneton Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 2.50 $4.50

Saturday, September 7, 2013

Helpful information on judging pokemon card worth?

Some people have been wondering if there are more way's of telling about what pokemon card worth is other then some of the information I've provided in the past. And while the Pokemon price list is pretty helpful for figuring out some of the prices there's some really simple ways too.

I talked about first edition Pokemon cards being worth money before but there's one other thing that can make identifying really easy for novice Pokemon collectors. That is whether the Pokemon cards are Wizards of the Coast or Pokemon USA cards. Wizards of the coast produced many of the early series of cards which are the more valuable ones if you have these cards in mint condition these would be the ones you would want to hold onto. First edition cards are another way of knowing  Pokemon card worth and these would want to be seprated from the ones that are not first editions.

Holographics are another good sign that you have some really rare cards and many of the Pokemon cards that have value will be holographic. Once you figured these things out for the card you will want to examine the sets that these cards come from. Then you would want to look for error cards just because cards are holographic doesn't mean they aren't an error card many of the early sets of cards contained many art errors within the Pokemon card expansions. And with that said that doesn't mean that there are not normal Pokemon cards which have errors as well. Errors can be anything from the wrong printed artist name to missing evolution's and typo's.

Pokemon card worth also comes down to the collector and who really wants it. Selling a full base set may not pull in as much money as selling one of the cards that 10 collectors only need that one Pokemon card to complete their own personal full sets. This is why do not always assume it is a smart idea to list the full set of any of the Pokemon card expansions.

Not taking Pokemon cards to a hobby shop is a good idea to avoid. Hobby shops usually try to pay bulk for items so they can make money off of what you have. Keeping all of these tips in mind when trying to get pokemon card worth is very important. You can also use ebays search to try and find the exact Pokemon cards that you have so you not only know about the pokemon card worth but you would get an idea how you might go about writting up your very own auctions for these cards.

Also keep in mind that not every valuable card if from the USA either many of the Japanese first editions of Pokemon are very valuable to collectors. So just because you do not understand what is written on the card does not mean you should throw it away either. Make sure you save US and Japanese cards if you find them.

The more rare sets go as follows:
Base Set
Jungle
Fossil
Base set 2
Team Rocket
Gym Heroes
Gym Challenge

If your looking for some information on some of the rare pokemon cards of different expansions you can check some of the other area's of my blog to get an idea how much some of the Pokemon cards are selling for.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Selling Pokemon Cards Online

When you go to try selling Pokemon cards online there is some steps to consider which will help you in making the right choices and make sure that you get the most for your Pokemon cards. If your unsure what Pokemon cards are click here to get an idea of some of their history.

Once you know what Pokemon cards are you will want to focus on finding out what the value is for them. First you will want to seprate them by the expansion they came from. Keep in mind only the first few expansions came with first edition cards if you have first edition cards make sure to seprate them from the unlimited cards. First edition cards are usually much more value depending on the expansion they came from and if they are first edition and holographic chances are they are even more rare.

Pokemon from the base set are going to be the most expensive since these are the oldest. I have been working on a list of the rare pokemon cards from these expansions so feel free to check them out and my blog also includes lists of the cards so you know which set they are from as well.

Keep in mind you should always do extra research about the cards make sure they are not error cards or fakes before you go list them. Places like ebay will take cards off of listing if they feel the card is a fake which will cost you money and waste your time. And we know that time is money after all. Usually selling cards to a hobby shop or another place like this they will try to buy them all in a bulk which means that you will most likely end up with less money especially if you have some rare invidvidual cards. Some times certain cards within a set can be more valuable then the whole set. Like for example the first edition charizard of the base set the shadowless version in mint condition can easily sell for $8,000 dollars but the full set might not go for more then $500 to $2,000 which if you sold all of it like this to a card shop they will only pay you the low end of price and if you had the charizard in this set you could have just listed it up on ebay and made over 10 times the amount of money then you would have got.

The same can go for many of the misprint cards depending on how rare they are you would not to end up ripping yourself off if you could make more money from these. But at the same time keep in mind that auctions in general are based on supply and demand this means if someone is looking for that particular card and there's enough people that want it even a card with little value can go for more then expected. With normal sales all prices are final which can mean that you will only get a static price which can be good in some cases like with cards that are not very popular. But usually collectors making sets in hopes of the set going up in value in the future will be looking for individual cards not a full set and this is why you can make money really easily.

Even though most of the older cards are worth the most money many of the newest cards are still valuable since many can still be used in the Pokemon card decks which people still play with in tournaments for the card game. And of course if you happen to have unused codes which go along with these some can be used for the Pokemon Online Trading Card Game which is really gaining a lot of popularity. So just because the Pokemon cards are new is no reason just to throw them out. As well as as they get older and cannot be bought this makes the value of them start to go up too.

Lastly some people might find unopened boxes and packs of cards something that some collectors leave behind at times. Usually if these are rare enough even unopened boxes can become very large amounts of money especially when talking about the first edition cards. Before opening them it's a good idea to see what you could sell them for as is before you go ahead an open them. While it is true that they might contain many rare cards which may or may not sell for more money if the unopened boxes themselves sell for more then the chance of getting one of the extremely rare cards it would be better not to gamble on the chance you might not get a rare card out of a box.

Rare Jungle Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards of the Jungle Pokemon card expansion. This set contains cards that are unlimited version as well as first edition. First edition cards are more valuable of that of the unlimted versions. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Prerelease Clefable Promo Holographic Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $55.00
First Edition Electrode Art Error Card Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $20.00 $30.00
Butterfree Error "D" Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $9.00 $20.00
Vileplume Holographic with background misprint Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $10.00 $20.00
Kangaskhan Background Misprint Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $20.00
 Flareon 1st edition Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $9.00 $15.00
Nidoqueen Holographic misprint Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $9.00 $16.00
Jolteon 1st Edition Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $8.00 $14.71
Venonat Error Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $7.00 $13.79
Victreebel 1st edition Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $12.00
Pinsir 1st edition Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $11.00
Pidgeot 1st edition Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 5.50 $11.00
Snorlax 1st edition Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 4.50 $12.50
Wigglytuff 1st edition Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 6.50 $14.50

Pokemon Toys

Pokemon has become so popular that there are many different Pokemon toys one of the most common types of Pokemon toy's is the small collectable Pokemon figurines which range from every Pokemon from basic to the newer black and white Pokemon.


Aside from just the Pokemon figurines they also have the trainers in figurine form which are also collectable. These can range from different sizes but the smaller ones are usually the ones you will find in most stores.


Another popular type of toy is the Pokemon Plush Stuffed Toy's these can range from very small to the size of a stuffed animal which can be very big. Stores like Target usually carry plushies from time to time but they usually go very fast since these are popular with collectors or young children. Places like Toysrus some times carries plush packs of multible Pokemon as well which includes the evolved stages of different Pokemon.


With some of the Pokemon items you can also buy toys in lots rather buying them individually some stores sell Pokemon lots of toys so you can pick up part of a collection all at once rather then just individually buying each Pokemon.

You can even buy other Pokemon game sets some of which come with electronic parts sounds and there's even some talking plush Pokemon dolls too. These are very interesting and fun for kids. One of the ones I saw recently that looks like a lot of fun is the wind-up walking Pokemon it works like older style wind up toys. Some of these types of set toys make you not even want to take them out of the box because they look really cool in the packaging that they come in too.




Saturday, July 27, 2013

Pokemon Online Trading Card Game

One of the biggest changes to the world of Pokemon is not that Ashe is still only 14 years old after so many years of Pokemon episodes it is the change that has allowed Pokemon collectors to play the Pokemon online trading card game with friends. Now besides buying pokemon cards from different stores across the nation you get redeemable codes from these packs or decks which can be used on the Pokemon online trading card game to play a free online version against other players. The design is similar to instance based mmorpg's it has a place to chat and a instance matching system that allows you to play against other people.

The Pokemon online trading card game comes with a starter deck so you do not need to spend any money if you want to check it out. I tried some matches myself and it's very fun to do even just with the starting deck. If you frequently buy Pokemon cards or theme decks you can claim the codes they provide for the Pokemon online trading card game and you do not have to buy anything additional once you claim them. You can build and modify decks online which is another great way to enjoy the Pokemon trading card game.

They do warn you about talking to people online that you should not share personal information with other players online which should be a standard for any child that is playing online. And it would be good for parents to make sure that your child is not giving location since the internet will always be filled with bad people regardless of what type of game it is.

There are guides which explain how to play the Pokemon online trading card game from the website and other information for people just starting. They do also have an online store that you can buy more cards online but I would imagine for most collectors you could just redeem the cards you buy from stores instead of just buying virtual packs of cards since the physical pokemon cards can still be used either in decks or as a collection of the set. Or saved for future investment. 

Some websites like amazon and ebay also just sell the codes themselves from people who either have bought and not used the code and are selling pokemon card codes. Once a code has been claimed it can not be claimed anymore. So asking for free codes will not work because who ever first uses the code makes it useless for others. If you have friends that plan to play the Pokemon online trading card game do not share your codes with them or you will be unable to claim them for yourself in the future.

Also remember each booster pack of pokemon cards contains different card expansions so for each new expansion you would need to buy new packs to stay up to date. The Pokemon online trading card game also has different level difficulties for players depending on how skilled they are and you can play against some really difficult decks and players with them as you get really skilled playing Pokemon online trading card game.

Pokemon Website

If you enjoy Pokemon then chances are at some point you have thought about making a Pokemon website at some point whether it's for your pokemon cards or to tell your friends how much you love the pokemon game or if you just do it for fun. You might have tried to find website templates for a pokemon website. This can be a challenge since the internet now a days is so huge and finding information about making a Pokemon website can be really hard. And if you have no background in HTML programming or PHP you cannot make a Pokemon website all on your own. So I've gone a head and found some pretty interesting Pokemon website templates that are free to use which you can use. The creators always ask that you don't remove the credits they put on the Pokemon website templates which is understandable since they put in free work to make these websites themselves.

The first Pokemon website is of gold duck the code for this site is located on the demo itself.
http://www.pokeds.com/free/golduck/

Volcarona Pokemon website
http://www.pokeds.com/free/volcarona/

Porygon Pokemon website
http://www.pokeds.com/free/porygon/

Wordpress Pokedex Pokemon theme
http://pokebar.com/downloads/pokemon-theme.zip

Another Wordpress Pokemon theme
http://themes.svn.wordpress.org/pokemon-wordpress-theme/


Keep in mind unless the creator of the Pokemon website gives permission for you to use the template you can have your website taken down for using a copywrited template design. They can also do that if you remove credits or put your own credits making it seem like you built the template yourself. In the end making a Pokemon website using HTML is easy enough that you can learn how to do it yourself without doing anything devious to some poor person on the internet. Or you could sign up for a free blogger website like I did and that requires no knowledge of HTML in order to make a decent looking website.

As I find more Pokemon websites and theme's I'll continue updating this page with them for your use. Your welcome to add my blog as a friend on your Pokemon website if you would like. You can do that by adding: <a href= "http://allpokemoncardslist.blogspot.com/">Pokemon Cards</a> To your website or blog.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Buy Neo Revelations Pokemon Cards

The Neo Revelations expansion came out during 2001 which helped complete the transition for all of the generation II Pokemon into card form's. This set also still contained first edition cards as well as the unlimited sets. At this point in time the Neo Revelations expansion has become quite rare and the prices for these cards has been going up in value at a steady pace. It is becoming harder to buy Neo Revelations unlimited expansions since these cards are pretty old. So set building for them can be a challenge. This expansion also included two rare pokemon cards the shining magikarp and gyarados both of which have very unique card design similar to that of catching the Pokemon from the gameboy game. If you are a collector of Pokemon cards you might want to make sure you get to buy Neo Revelations set before it cannot be obtained anymore. The value of Neo Revelations will only continue to get more expensive like the base set Pokemon cards in the future. I went to the orignal release of these Neo Revelation expansion cards I still remember how much fun it was playing against other people at the Pokemon center in New York City and even though you might not want to play with these cards anymore they still have some pretty amazing designs compared to some of the newest designs the art for Wizards of the Coast cards is much more unique and orignal including not just unique Pokemon card designs but also great backgrounds to the cards themselves.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Buy EX Hidden Legends Pokemon Cards

The Hidden Legends Pokemon card expansion came out during 2004 orignally and while it might not be the oldest set of Pokemon cards out on the market the prices of this expansion has been steadly increasing in price. Currently with the value of these Pokemon cards it's still possible for collectors to build a set of them before they become as rare as the base set cards which cost a redicious price to obtain all of the cards.

These cards come in very beautiful art making them very appealing for collectors to obtain for sets. This expansion does not have first edition's and only comes in unlimited sets but it is becoming harder to find these cards in Mint condition and every collector knows that the better the condition the more valuable and rare as well as the more espensive these cards are.

Ninetales EX
Wailord EX
Gyarados EX
Swampert EX
Dragonite EX


Hidden Legends expansion has no known error cards that have been reported so make sure when buying cards which claim to be errored and do research to find out if they are true or just a scam by someone trying to make money.

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

1st Edition Pokemon Cards

First edition Pokemon cards might not be familar to most newer Pokemon card game players since these cards only appeared from the base set up to the neo destiny expansion. Everytime a set of Pokemon cards released a limited number of them where released as first edition cards. And those first edition cards became much more rare then those of the unlimited sets. But once japan stopped printing these first edition cards then wizards of the coast stopped printing them. The idea was completely rejected when Nintendo took over the Pokemon cards.

And while most people that play the Pokemon trading card game might not need to know about first edition pokemon cards it still is important for collectors to know. If you have the first edition base set cards like charizard chances are you have a small down payment to a house sitting in your room because these in mint condition can go anywhere from $500 dollars to $8,000 pretty large price tag for a single card.

Even the prices on the Neo Destiny expansion has been seadly going up so collectors that are just starting to gather these cards now might want to hurry up before the Neo Destiny expansion is the next big expansion to have the price tag of the charizard.

You might be wondering how to identify the first edition pokemon cards and its pretty easy they will have a small marker which says first edition to the left corner of the card at the edge of bottom corner of the Pokemon card. You can find an example of this by looking at this Shining Tyrannitar.

Most of the first edition base cards even the common ones range from $3 to up to $15. While rares are anywhere from $10 to $30 and then holographic is anywhere from $30 to $8,000 depending on how rare it is. Some of the first editions also have error's like shadowless and such mistakes making them much more valuable.

You will not see first edition pokemon cards from any of the newer sets but hopefully this blog has helped people who are trying to collect the older sets so they know the difference between the first edition cards and the unlimited set cards. Honestly I think the first edition cards was a nice addition to cards since it added some more rarity to Pokemon cards.

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Rare Dragons Exalted Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards found in the Dragons Exalted expansion. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction. It might still be possible to buy Dragons Exalted cards at a cheaper price then what is listed so keep that in mind when shopping.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Rayquaza Secret Rare Holographic Pokémon Card N/A Mint $20.00 $95.00
Mew EX Full Art Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $20.00 $40.00
Giratina EX Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $9.00 $15.00
Ho-Oh EX Ultra Rare Full Art Pokemon Card N/A Mint $20.00 $40.00
Rayquazza EX Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $30.00
 Krookodile Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $30.00
Serperior Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $30.00
Reuniclus Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $30.00
Mew Ex Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $18.00 $26.00
Terrakion-EX Full Art Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 15.50 $30.00
Terrakion EX Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 9.50 $20.00
Registeel EX Full Art Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 11.50 $20.00
Registeel EX Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 9.50 $15.50
Ho-Oh EX Rare Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 6.50 $14.50

Wednesday, June 19, 2013

Rare Boundaries Crossed Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards found in the Boundaries Crossed expansion. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction. It might still be possible to buy Boundaries Crossed cards at a cheaper price then what is listed so keep that in mind when shopping.



Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Buneary Rare Reverse Holographic Pokémon Card N/A Mint $20.00 $50.00
Skyla Ultra Rare Full Art Pokémon Card N/A Mint $30.00 $49.00
Keldeo EX Ultra Rare Full Art Pokémon Card N/A Mint $14.00 $50.00
Landorus EX Ultra Rare Full Art Pokemon Card N/A Mint $34.00 $50.00
Landorus EX Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $39.00
White Kyurem EX Full Art Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $15.00 $35.00
Cresselia EX Holographic Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $1.00 $6.00
Celebi EX Full Art Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $5.00 $10.00
Blastoise Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $4.00 $9.00
Bianca Full Art Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 13.50 $20.00
Black Kyurem EX Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 6.50 $9.00
Flygon Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ .50 $2.00
Cresselia EX Full Art Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 7.50 $15.50
Terrakion Secret Rare Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ 6.50 $11.50

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Rare Dragon Vault Pokemon Cards

This page is dedicated to the rare pokemon cards found in the Dragon Vault expansion. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction. It might still be possible to buy Dragon Vault cards at a cheaper price then what is listed so keep that in mind when shopping.



Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
Kyurem Secret Rare Holographic Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $6.00 $19.00
Ho-Oh EX Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $9.00 $13.00
Rayquaza Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $9.00
Latias Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $7.00
Latios Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $7.00
Haxorus Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $3.00 $7.00
Druddigon Holographic Rare Pokémon Card N/A Mint $1.00 $6.00
Salamence Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $1.00 $5.00
Dragonite Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $1.00 $4.00
Shelgon Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ .50 $2.00
Bagon Holographic Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ .50 $2.00
Fraxure Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ .50 $2.00
Dratini Holofoil Rare Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ .50 $1.50
First Ticket Pokemon Trainer Rare Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint $ .50 $2.50

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Emerging Powers Pokemon Card Expansion

The Emerging Powers Pokemon card expansion is the second expansion of Black & White series. The set contains 26 new cards from the Unova region and 70 different Pokemon from other regions. There are also legendary cards in full art as well as in regular print form in Emerging Powers. The card which is the pre release promotional card for this expansion is Gigalith. The total card amount for this set is 205 between promotional stamps, and Reverse Holographic foils, and alternate Holographic foils. This set expansion is the only expansion out of Black & White series to not include a secret card.

Error Card Information: No error card information at this time.

Emerging Powers Pokemon card prices

Symbol Map:
Su- Support Card
I-item Card
- Common
- Uncommon
- Rare
- Rare Holographic
- Ex Holographic
- Ultra Rare Holographic
- Ultra Rare

Additional Cards:
No. Card name Type Promotion
30/98 Beartic   Cracked Ice Holographic exclusive from Next Destinies Blisters
40/98 Scolipede   Cracked Ice Holographic exclusive from Toxic Tricks theme deck
49/98 Roggenrola   Cracked Ice Holographic exclusive from Next Destinies Blisters
51/98 Boldore   Cracked Ice Holographic exclusive from Next Destinies Blisters
53/98 Gigalith   "Emerging Powers" Pre release promotional stamp
53/98 Gigalith   Staff "Emerging Powers" Pre release promotional stamp 
53/98 Gigalith   Cracked Ice Holographic exclusive from Next Destinies Blisters
56/98 Excadrill   Cosmos Holographic exclusive from Dragons Exalted Blisters
62/98 Krookodile   Cracked Ice Holographic exclusive from Power Play theme deck
82/98 Unfezant   Crosshatch Holographic from Pokémon League Jet Season (April 2012)
95/98 Pokémon Catcher  I Crosshatch Holographic from 2012 Player Rewards (Tier 3)











Card Lists:

Emerging Powers
No. Card name Type Rarity
1/98 Pansage    
2/98 Simisage    
3/98 Sewaddle    
4/98 Sewaddle    
5/98 Swadloon    
6/98 Swadloon    
7/98 Leavanny    
8/98 Leavanny    
9/98 Cottonee    
10/98 Cottonee    
11/98 Whimsicott    
12/98 Whimsicott    
13/98 Petilil    
14/98 Lilligant    
15/98 Deerling    
16/98 Sawsbuck    
17/98 Virizion    
18/98 Pansear    
19/98 Simisear    
20/98 Darumaka    
21/98 Darmanitan    
22/98 Panpour    
23/98 Simipour    
24/98 Basculin    
25/98 Basculin    
26/98 Ducklett    
27/98 Swanna    
28/98 Cubchoo    
29/98 Cubchoo    
30/98 Beartic    
31/98 Beartic    
32/98 Emolga    
33/98 Joltik    
34/98 Galvantula    
35/98 Thundurus    
36/98 Woobat    
37/98 Swoobat    
38/98 Venipede    
39/98 Whirlipede    
40/98 Scolipede    
41/98 Sigilyph    
42/98 Sigilyph    
43/98 Gothita    
44/98 Gothita    
45/98 Gothorita    
46/98 Gothorita    
47/98 Gothitelle    
48/98 Gothitelle    
49/98 Roggenrola    
50/98 Roggenrola    
51/98 Boldore    
52/98 Boldore    
53/98 Gigalith    
54/98 Drilbur    
55/98 Drilbur    
56/98 Excadrill    
57/98 Excadrill    
58/98 Throh    
59/98 Sawk    
60/98 Sandile    
61/98 Krokorok    
62/98 Krookodile    
63/98 Terrakion    
64/98 Purrloin    
65/98 Liepard    
66/98 Zorua    
67/98 Zoroark    
68/98 Vullaby    
69/98 Mandibuzz    
70/98 Ferroseed    
71/98 Ferroseed    
72/98 Ferrothorn    
73/98 Ferrothorn    
74/98 Klink    
75/98 Klang    
76/98 Klinklang    
77/98 Cobalion    
78/98 Patrat    
79/98 Watchog    
80/98 Pidove    
81/98 Tranquill    
82/98 Unfezant    
83/98 Audino    
84/98 Minccino    
85/98 Cinccino    
86/98 Rufflet    
87/98 Rufflet    
88/98 Braviary    
89/98 Tornadus    
90/98 Bianca Su  
91/98 Cheren Su  
92/98 Crushing Hammer I  
93/98 Great Ball I  
94/98 Max Potion I  
95/98 Pokémon Catcher I  
96/98 Recycle I  
97/98 Thundurus    
98/98 Tornadus