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Next Quest (TFG)

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Next Quest is the launch set of the Pokémon Trading Figure Game and the only full set for that game to be released.

Starter sets

The Flamethrower 1 Player Starter Set

Next Quest has at least two one-player starter sets, Flamethrower and Riptide. They include three Pokémon figures with bases, one Trainer figure with base, a two-sided playmat with a green 6-on-6 arena on one side and an orange 3-on-3 quick start arena on the other, a two-sided collector's sheet with a how-to-play guide on one side and a figure checklist on the other, a rulebook, and three Trainer cards.

There is also a two-player starter set called Battle Starter, which is a combination of the Flamethrower and Riptide sets with an additional Judge figure.

Booster packs

Australian booster packs

Next Quest is the only TFG expansion to have booster packs due to the ultimate cancellation of the TFG.

In the United States, three varieties of booster pack were sold. The 1-Figure Booster Pack contained a single visible Pokémon figure. The 2-Figure Booster Pack contained one visible Pokémon figure, one secret figure and one Trainer card. The 3-Figure Booster Pack contained one visible Pokémon figure, one secret figure, one Diamond & Pearl promo figure (Turtwig, Chimchar, or Piplup) and one Trainer card.

In Australia, there were four packaging designs, featuring Pikachu, Charizard, Groudon, and Feraligatr. Each pack contains two random Pokémon figures without bases.

Figure list

No. Figure Name Rarity
1 Charizard SuperRare
2 Feraligatr SuperRare
3 Groudon SuperRare
4 Ho-Oh SuperRare
5 Kyogre SuperRare
6 Lugia SuperRare
7 Abra Rare
8 Absol Rare
9 Dratini Rare
10 Eevee Rare
11 Meowth Rare
12 Murkrow Rare
13 Salamence Rare
14 Skarmory Rare
15 Corsola Uncommon
16 Golem Uncommon
17 Mudkip Uncommon
18 Pikachu Uncommon
19 Raichu Uncommon
20 Scyther Uncommon
21 Torchic Uncommon
22 Treecko Uncommon
23 Voltorb Uncommon
24 Weezing Uncommon
25 Zangoose Uncommon
26 Beedrill Common
27 Doduo Common
28 Ekans Common
29 Machop Common
30 Mareep Common
31 Marill Common
32 Nidoran♂ Common
33 Sentret Common
34 Shroomish Common
35 Spearow Common
36 Tauros Common
37 Teddiursa Common
38 Weedle Common
39 Brock Rare
40 Misty Rare
41 Brendan Common
42 Red Common

Crystal figures

Crystal figures are a special variation made of EX rare figures. They are essentially transparent.

No. Figure Name Rarity
1 Charizard SuperRare
2 Feraligatr SuperRare
3 Groudon SuperRare
4 Ho-Oh SuperRare
5 Kyogre SuperRare
6 Lugia SuperRare

Pearl figures

Pearl figures are a special variation made of rare figures.

No. Figure Name Rarity
7 Abra Rare
8 Absol Rare
9 Dratini Rare
10 Eevee Rare
11 Meowth Rare
12 Murkrow Rare
13 Salamence Rare
14 Skarmory Rare
39 Brock Rare
40 Misty Rare

Trainer card list

No. Card Name Rarity
1 Full Heal Common
2 Long Throw Common
3 Max Revive Common
4 Scoop Up Common
5 Swap Spots Common
6 Switch Common
7 X Accuracy Common
8 X Attack Common


TFG expansions
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Next Quest
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Groundbreakers
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Unnamed Third Set
Black Star Promo

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