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Bandai Friends

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Bandai Friends are small Pokémon plush toys. They are only around three inches tall, and come in a box with candy. There are a variety of sets available. Each box usually depicts the set on one side, with the character purchased on the front of the box; they are not random. They come without hang tags, and only a small tush/seam tag. Some Pokémon, such as Mew and the Kanto starter Pokémon have been released more than once.

List of Pokémon available as Bandai Friends

List of Original Series Sets

Pokémon Friends 1 (1997)

Pokémon Friends 2 (1997)

Pokémon Friends 3 (1998)

Pokémon Friends 4 (1998)

Pokémon Friends 5 (1998)

Pokémon Friends 6 (1999)

Pokémon Friends 7 (1999)

This set is inspired by characters that appeared in Pikachu's Rescue Adventure.

Pokémon Friends 8 (1999)

This set is inspired by characters that appeared in the OK! anime opening.

Pokémon Friends 9 (2000)

Pokémon Friends 10 (2000)

This set is inspired by characters featured in Pikachu & Pichu.

Pokémon Friends 11 (2000)

Pokémon Friends 12 (2001)

Pokémon Friends 13 (2001)

This set focuses on Pokémon featured in the first 4 movies, and Ash Ketchum.

List of Advanced Series Sets

Pokémon Friends 1 (2004)

Pokémon Friends 2 (2004)

Pokémon Friends 3 (2004)

Inspired by characters featured in Destiny Deoxys.

Pokémon Friends 4 (2005)

Inspired by characters featured in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew.

List of Diamond & Pearl Series Sets

Pokémon Friends Diamond & Pearl 1 (2007)

Pokémon Friends Diamond & Pearl 2 (2008)

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