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Green Tornado (TCG)

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Green Tornado
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Expansion Black & White
Types used GrassPsychic
Coin Snivy, Tepig and Oshawott
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The Green Tornado pack featuring Serperior

The Green Tornado Theme Deck from the Black & White expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game predominantly focuses on Grass and Psychic type Pokémon and contains the following cards:

Cards

Quantity Card Type Rarity
Serperior Grass Rare Holo
Serperior Grass Rare
Servine Grass Uncommon
Snivy Grass Common
Pansage Grass Common
Petilil Grass Common
Deerling Grass Common
Sawsbuck Grass Rare
Musharna Psychic Rare
Munna Psychic Uncommon
Scolipede Psychic Rare
Whirlipede Psychic Uncommon
Venipede Psychic Uncommon
Patrat Colorless Common
Audino Colorless Uncommon
Energy Search I Common
Potion I Common
Energy Retrieval I Uncommon
Poké Ball I Uncommon
Pokémon Communication I Uncommon
Professor Juniper Su Uncommon
Revive I Uncommon
10× Grass Energy Grass E Common
Psychic Energy Psychic E Common

File:Green Tornado Coin.jpg
Green coin with Snivy, Tepig, and Oshawott from Green Tornado Theme Deck
  • The non-holographic version of Serperior is exclusive to this deck, as it only appears as a holographic card in the main set.
  • The holographic version of Serperior has a foil treatment also exclusive to this deck, as Serperior cards in the main set have the normal holographic treatment.

Like other Theme Decks, Green Tornado also includes damage counters, status counters, a green custom coin (Snivy, Tepig and Oshawott), one single-player mat, a Serperior deckbox and a TCGO deck access code.
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