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'''Pokémon SP''' are a variant of Pokémon found in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. They debuted in the {{TCG|Platinum|Galactic's Conquest}} expansion, the first of the Pokémon Card Game DPt series. They are apparently the Generation IV replacement of the {{TCG|owner's Pokémon}} seen in earlier expansions.
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'''Pokémon SP''' are a variant of Pokémon found in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. They debuted in the {{TCG|Platinum}} expansion, the first of the ''Platinum'' Series. They are the successor to {{TCG|owner's Pokémon}}.
   
Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) can seemingly vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have an "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP will also have some sort of addition in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.
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Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have an "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP also include a suffix in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.
   
 
For a list of all Pokémon SP by their designated Pokémon Trainer, see the [[List of Pokémon SP by Trainer]] article.
 
For a list of all Pokémon SP by their designated Pokémon Trainer, see the [[List of Pokémon SP by Trainer]] article.
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== Pokémon G ==
 
== Pokémon G ==
   
The first variant of SP Pokémon is '''Pokémon G''', which was seen in Galactic's Conquest. Pokémon G cards are classified as Galactic's Pokémon (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective Team Galactic owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon G also have a "G" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
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The first variant of SP Pokémon is '''Pokémon {{SP|G}}''', which was seen in Platinum. Pokémon {{SP|G}} cards are classified as Galactic's Pokémon (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective Team Galactic owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon {{SP|G}} also have a "{{SP|G}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
   
* {{P|Probopass}} G cannot evolve from {{P|Nosepass}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Probopass.
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* {{P|Probopass}} {{SP|G}} cannot evolve from {{P|Nosepass}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Probopass.
* {{P|Darkrai}} G cannot be leveled-up into Darkrai LV.X, as its name is not Darkrai.
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* {{P|Darkrai}} {{SP|G}} cannot be leveled-up into Darkrai LV.X, as its name is not Darkrai.
* {{P|Dialga}} G cannot be leveled-up into Dialga LV.X, but it can be levelled-up into Dialga G LV.X.
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* {{P|Dialga}} {{SP|G}} cannot be leveled-up into Dialga LV.X, but it can be levelled-up into Dialga {{SP|G}} LV.X.
* Dialga cannot be leveled-up into Dialga G LV.X.
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* Dialga cannot be leveled-up into Dialga {{SP|G}} LV.X.
* One may have 4 Dialga or Dialga LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Dialga G or Dialga G LV.X.
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* One may have 4 Dialga or Dialga LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Dialga {{SP|G}} or Dialga {{SP|G}} LV.X.
   
 
=== List of Pokémon G ===
 
=== List of Pokémon G ===
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Skuntank}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Skuntank}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Skuntank G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Skuntank G|94}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
| class="l" | Bronzong G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Bronzong G|41}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Toxicroak}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Toxicroak}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Toxicroak G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Toxicroak G|40}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Weavile}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Weavile}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | Weavile G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Weavile G|17}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Dialga}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dialga}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
| class="l" | Dialga G LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Dialga G LV.X|122}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Palkia}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Palkia}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
| class="l" | Palkia G LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Palkia G LV.X|125}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
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== Pokémon GL ==
 
== Pokémon GL ==
   
The second variant of SP Pokémon to be announced was '''Pokémon GL''', which was seen in {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}. Pokémon GL cards are classified as Gym Leader's Pokémon (similar to Galactic's Pokémon, this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of the Gym Leader who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon GL also have a "GL" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
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The second variant of SP Pokémon to be announced was '''Pokémon {{SP|GL}}''', which was seen in {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}. Pokémon {{SP|GL}} cards are classified as Gym Leader's Pokémon (similar to Galactic's Pokémon, this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of the Gym Leader who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon GL also have a "{{SP|GL}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
   
* {{P|Roserade}} GL cannot evolve from {{P|Roselia}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Roserade.
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* {{P|Roserade}} {{SP|GL}} cannot evolve from {{P|Roselia}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Roserade.
* {{P|Raichu}} GL cannot be levelled-up into Raichu LV.X because its name is not Raichu.
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* {{P|Raichu}} {{SP|GL}} cannot be levelled-up into Raichu LV.X because its name is not Raichu.
* {{P|Luxray}} cannot be levelled-up into Luxray GL LV.X because its name is not Luxray GL.
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* {{P|Luxray}} cannot be levelled-up into Luxray {{SP|GL}} LV.X because its name is not Luxray {{SP|GL}}.
* One may have 4 Luxray GL or Luxray GL LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Luxray.
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* One may have 4 Luxray {{SP|GL}} or Luxray {{SP|GL}} LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Luxray.
   
 
=== List of Pokémon GL ===
 
=== List of Pokémon GL ===
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== Pokémon 4 ==
 
== Pokémon 4 ==
   
Another variant of SP Pokémon, '''Pokémon 4''', was first seen alongside Pokémon GL, and first debuted in the {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}. Pokémon 4 cards are classified as "Pokémon of the Elite 4" and have an icon of the member of the Elite Four who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon 4 also have a "4" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon 4 cards (excluding Pokémon 4 LV.X) is the same as their levels when used in [[Pokémon Platinum]].
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Another variant of SP Pokémon, '''Pokémon {{SP|4}}''', was first seen alongside Pokémon GL, and first debuted in the {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}. Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards are classified as "Pokémon of the Elite Four" and have an icon of the member of the Elite Four who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon {{SP|4}} also have a "{{SP|4}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon (the Japanese cards use a 四 symbol to depict the 4). The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|4}} LV.X) is the same as their levels when used in {{game|Platinum}}.
   
 
=== List of Pokémon 4 ===
 
=== List of Pokémon 4 ===
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Golem}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Golem}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Golem 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Golem 4|5}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rapidash}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rapidash}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | Rapidash 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Rapidash 4|1}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Mr. Mime}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mr. Mime}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Mr. Mime 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Mr. Mime 4|5}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Flareon}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Flareon}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | Flareon 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Flareon 4|2}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Espeon}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Espeon}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Espeon 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Espeon 4|6}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Scizor}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Scizor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Scizor 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Scizor 4|1}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Heracross}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Heracross}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Heracross 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Heracross 4|2}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | Houndoom 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Houndoom 4|10}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Whiscash}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Whiscash}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Whiscash 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Whiscash 4|6}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | Infernape 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Infernape 4|3}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | Infernape 4 LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Infernape 4 LV.X|4}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Vespiquen}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Vespiquen}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Vespiquen 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Vespiquen 4|3}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Bronzong 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Bronzong 4|7}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Hippowdon}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Hippowdon}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Hippowdon 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Hippowdon 4|7}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drapion}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drapion}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | Drapion 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Drapion 4|10}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rhyperior}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rhyperior}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Rhyperior 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Rhyperior 4|8}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Yanmega}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Yanmega}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Yanmega 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Yanmega 4|4}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gliscor}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gliscor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Gliscor 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Gliscor 4|9}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Gallade 4
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Gallade 4|8}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Gallade 4 LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Gallade 4 LV.X|9}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|}
 
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Pokémon SP are a variant of Pokémon found in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. They debuted in the Platinum expansion, the first of the Platinum Series. They are the successor to owner's Pokémon.

Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have an "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP also include a suffix in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.

For a list of all Pokémon SP by their designated Pokémon Trainer, see the List of Pokémon SP by Trainer article.

Pokémon G

The first variant of SP Pokémon is Pokémon Pokémon G, which was seen in Platinum. Pokémon Pokémon G cards are classified as Galactic's Pokémon (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective Team Galactic owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon Pokémon G also have a "Pokémon G" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:

  • Probopass Pokémon G cannot evolve from Nosepass because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Probopass.
  • Darkrai Pokémon G cannot be leveled-up into Darkrai LV.X, as its name is not Darkrai.
  • Dialga Pokémon G cannot be leveled-up into Dialga LV.X, but it can be levelled-up into Dialga Pokémon G LV.X.
  • Dialga cannot be leveled-up into Dialga Pokémon G LV.X.
  • One may have 4 Dialga or Dialga LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Dialga Pokémon G or Dialga Pokémon G LV.X.

List of Pokémon G

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Electrode Lightning Electrode G "DPt-P" Promotional cards
Gyarados Water Gyarados G Platinum
Crobat Psychic Crobat G Platinum
Forretress Metal Forretress G Bonds to the End of Time
Houndoom Fire Houndoom G Platinum
Honchkrow Darkness Honchkrow G Platinum
Purugly Colorless Purugly G Platinum
Skuntank Psychic Skuntank G Platinum
Bronzong Metal Bronzong G Platinum
Bronzong Metal Bronzong G "DPt-P" Promotional cards
Toxicroak Psychic Toxicroak G Platinum
Toxicroak Fighting Toxicroak G "DPt-P" Promotional cards
Carnivine Grass Carnivine G "DPt-P" Promotional cards
Weavile Darkness Weavile G Platinum
Probopass Fighting Probopass G "DPt-P" Promotional cards
Dialga Metal Dialga G Platinum
Dialga Metal Dialga G LV.X Platinum
Palkia Water Palkia G Platinum
Palkia Water Palkia G LV.X Platinum
Darkrai Darkness Darkrai G "DPt-P" Promotional cards

Pokémon GL

The second variant of SP Pokémon to be announced was Pokémon Pokémon GL, which was seen in Bonds to the End of Time. Pokémon Pokémon GL cards are classified as Gym Leader's Pokémon (similar to Galactic's Pokémon, this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of the Gym Leader who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon GL also have a "Pokémon GL" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:

  • Roserade Pokémon GL cannot evolve from Roselia because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Roserade.
  • Raichu Pokémon GL cannot be levelled-up into Raichu LV.X because its name is not Raichu.
  • Luxray cannot be levelled-up into Luxray Pokémon GL LV.X because its name is not Luxray Pokémon GL.
  • One may have 4 Luxray Pokémon GL or Luxray Pokémon GL LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Luxray.

List of Pokémon GL

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Raichu Lightning Raichu GL Bonds to the End of Time
Machamp Fighting Machamp GL Bonds to the End of Time
Gengar Psychic Gengar GL Bonds to the End of Time
Aerodactyl Fighting Aerodactyl GL Bonds to the End of Time
Quagsire Water Quagsire GL Bonds to the End of Time
Steelix Metal Steelix GL Bonds to the End of Time
Turtwig Grass Turtwig GL Bonds to the End of Time
Luxray Lightning Luxray GL Bonds to the End of Time
Luxray Lightning Luxray GL LV.X Bonds to the End of Time
Roserade Grass Roserade GL Bonds to the End of Time
Rampardos Fighting Rampardos GL Bonds to the End of Time
Bastiodon Metal Bastiodon GL Bonds to the End of Time
Floatzel Water Floatzel GL Bonds to the End of Time
Floatzel Water Floatzel GL LV.X Bonds to the End of Time
Mismagius Psychic Mismagius GL LV.X "DPt-P" Promotional cards
Lucario Fighting Lucario GL Bonds to the End of Time
Mamoswine Water Mamoswine GL Bonds to the End of Time
Froslass Water Froslass GL Bonds to the End of Time

Pokémon 4

Another variant of SP Pokémon, Pokémon Pokémon 4, was first seen alongside Pokémon GL, and first debuted in the Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit. Pokémon Pokémon 4 cards are classified as "Pokémon of the Elite Four" and have an icon of the member of the Elite Four who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon Pokémon 4 also have a "Pokémon 4" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon (the Japanese cards use a 四 symbol to depict the 4). The level shown on all Pokémon Pokémon 4 cards (excluding Pokémon Pokémon 4 LV.X) is the same as their levels when used in Pokémon Platinum.

List of Pokémon 4

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Golem Fighting Golem 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Rapidash Fire Rapidash 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Alakazam Psychic Alakazam 4 Bonds to the End of Time
Alakazam Psychic Alakazam 4 LV.X Bonds to the End of Time
Mr. Mime Psychic Mr. Mime 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Flareon Fire Flareon 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Espeon Psychic Espeon 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Scizor Grass Scizor 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Heracross Grass Heracross 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Houndoom Darkness Houndoom 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Whiscash Fighting Whiscash 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Infernape Fire Infernape 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Infernape Fire Infernape 4 LV.X Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Vespiquen Grass Vespiquen 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Bronzong Psychic Bronzong 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Hippowdon Fighting Hippowdon 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Drapion Darkness Drapion 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
Rhyperior Fighting Rhyperior 4 Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit
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