Monday, August 4, 2014

Legendary Collection Pokemon Card Expansion

The Legendary Collection Pokemon card expansion was never released in Japan this set was a English specific set only which released May 24, 2002. The set does contain first edition Pokemon cards just like Base Set 2 Pokemon expansion. The expansion is one of the more popular expansions released by Wizards of the Coast. And this set contains Pokemon cards from Jungle, Fossil, Base Set, Team rocket and also contains one black star promo card which is Mewtwo. The set was structured for tournaments making it one of the first sets which was built just for tournament battles. And it was one of the better sets for sealed tournaments because it contained cards of the same type in each pack. They also did a great job appearling to collectors by including reverse holographic cards and box toppers. This was the trend which carried over to Nintendo's expansions after they took over Wizards of the Coast.

Legendary Collection Pokemon Card Prices

Legendary Collection Pokemon Error Cards:
  • Reverse Holographic Exeggcute normally has the Energy costs for attacks aren't reflective but on Exeggcute, they are.
  • Holographic Dark Raichu has the electricity on the tail is holographic, which is inconsistent with the original Team Rocket illustration. This misprint causes the tail of Dark Raichu to look disembodied.
Theme Decks:
Lava
Turmoil
 Symbol Map:
T- Trainer
E-Special Engery Card Provides Colorless Energy
- Common
- Uncommon
- Rare
- Rare Holographic


 
No. Card name Type Rarity
1/110 Alakazam    
2/110 Articuno    
3/110 Charizard    
4/110 Dark Blastoise    
5/110 Dark Dragonite    
6/110 Dark Persian    
7/110 Dark Raichu    
8/110 Dark Slowbro    
9/110 Dark Vaporeon    
10/110 Flareon    
11/110 Gengar    
12/110 Gyarados    
13/110 Hitmonlee    
14/110 Jolteon    
15/110 Machamp    
16/110 Muk    
17/110 Ninetales    
18/110 Venusaur    
19/110 Zapdos    
20/110 Beedrill    
21/110 Butterfree    
22/110 Electrode    
23/110 Exeggutor    
24/110 Golem    
25/110 Hypno    
26/110 Jynx    
27/110 Kabutops    
28/110 Magneton    
29/110 Mewtwo    
30/110 Moltres    
31/110 Nidoking    
32/110 Nidoqueen    
33/110 Pidgeot    
34/110 Pidgeotto    
35/110 Rhydon    
36/110 Arcanine    
37/110 Charmeleon    
38/110 Dark Dragonair    
39/110 Dark Wartortle    
40/110 Dewgong    
41/110 Dodrio    
42/110 Fearow    
43/110 Golduck    
44/110 Graveler    
45/110 Growlithe    
46/110 Haunter    
47/110 Ivysaur    
48/110 Kabuto    
49/110 Kadabra    
50/110 Kakuna    
51/110 Machoke    
52/110 Magikarp    
53/110 Meowth    
54/110 Metapod    
55/110 Nidorina    
56/110 Nidorino    
57/110 Omanyte    
58/110 Omastar    
59/110 Primeape    
60/110 Rapidash    
61/110 Raticate    
62/110 Sandslash    
63/110 Seadra    
64/110 Snorlax    
65/110 Tauros    
66/110 Tentacruel    
67/110 Abra    
68/110 Bulbasaur    
69/110 Caterpie    
70/110 Charmander    
71/110 Doduo    
72/110 Dratini    
73/110 Drowzee    
74/110 Eevee    
75/110 Exeggcute    
76/110 Gastly    
77/110 Geodude    
78/110 Grimer    
79/110 Machop    
80/110 Magnemite    
81/110 Mankey    
82/110 Nidoran♀    
83/110 Nidoran♂    
84/110 Onix    
85/110 Pidgey    
86/110 Pikachu    
87/110 Ponyta    
88/110 Psyduck    
89/110 Rattata    
90/110 Rhyhorn    
91/110 Sandshrew    
92/110 Seel    
93/110 Slowpoke    
94/110 Spearow    
95/110 Squirtle    
96/110 Tentacool    
97/110 Voltorb    
98/110 Vulpix    
99/110 Weedle    
100/110 Full Heal Energy  E  
101/110 Potion Energy  E  
102/110 Pokémon Breeder  T  
103/110 Pokémon Trader  T  
104/110 Scoop Up  T  
105/110 The Boss's Way  T  
106/110 Challenge!  T  
107/110 Energy Retrieval  T  
108/110 Bill  T  
109/110 Mysterious Fossil  T  
110/110 Potion  T  

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