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Pokémon-e Starter Deck (TCG)

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スターターパック
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Pokémon-e Starter Deck
Expansion Base Expansion Pack
Release date December 1, 2001
Types used Random
Coin Coin Blissey.png

The Pokémon-e Starter Deck (Japanese: スターターパック Starter Pack) is an introductory deck that was released in Japan alongside the Base Expansion Pack of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Information

The Pokémon-e Starter Deck contains 30 cards, 12 of which are random. This is atypical of regular decks and half decks, which contain a fixed selection of cards. The half deck includes 9 cards from a set of 29 that can only be found in the Starter Deck, 8 cards sourced from the first 32 cards found in Base Expansion Pack, and 13 Energy cards. All of the Pokémon exclusive to the half deck feature the evolutionary families of the Generation I and II starter Pokémon, and only one complete family is included in any one half deck. The five Trainer cards are always the same, as are 12 of the Basic Energy cards, with the thirteenth determined by the type of the evolutionary family included.

All Pokémon and Trainer cards feature the Base Expansion Pack expansion symbol, but only those that can be found in the main expansion have a rarity symbol. The Starter Deck also comes with a rulebook, a set of damage and status counters, and one coin.

Card list

Pokémon-e Starter Deck
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No. Card Type Quantity
Any one evolutionary family
001/029 Bulbasaur Grass
002/029 Bulbasaur Grass
003/029 Ivysaur Grass
004/029 Venusaur Grass
005/029 Chikorita Grass
006/029 Chikorita Grass
007/029 Bayleef Grass
008/029 Meganium Grass
009/029 Charmander Fire
010/029 Charmander Fire
011/029 Charmeleon Fire
012/029 Charizard Fire
013/029 Cyndaquil Fire
014/029 Cyndaquil Fire
015/029 Quilava Fire
016/029 Typhlosion Fire
017/029 Squirtle Water
018/029 Squirtle Water
019/029 Wartortle Water
020/029 Blastoise Water
021/029 Totodile Water
022/029 Totodile Water
023/029 Croconaw Water
024/029 Feraligatr Water
Five Trainer cards
025/029 Potion T
026/029 Full Heal T
027/029 Switch T
028/029 Energy Search T
029/029 Moo-Moo Milk T
Eight random cards
001/128 Koffing Grass
002/128 Hoppip Grass
003/128 Caterpie Grass
004/128 Ekans Grass
005/128 Oddish Grass
006/128 Vulpix Fire
007/128 Ponyta Fire
008/128 Poliwag Water
009/128 Shellder Water
010/128 Krabby Water
011/128 Goldeen Water
012/128 Magikarp Water
013/128 Marill Water
014/128 Qwilfish Water
015/128 Corsola Water
016/128 Pikachu Lightning
017/128 Mareep Lightning
018/128 Abra Psychic
019/128 Gastly Psychic
020/128 Diglett Fighting
021/128 Machop Fighting
022/128 Geodude Fighting
023/128 Cubone Fighting
024/128 Larvitar Fighting
025/128 Pidgey Colorless
026/128 Rattata Colorless
027/128 Spearow Colorless
028/128 Clefairy Colorless
029/128 Meowth Colorless
030/128 Tauros Colorless
031/128 Dratini Colorless
032/128 Houndour Darkness
Thirteen Energy cards
Grass Energy Grass E 2×
Fire Energy Fire E 2×
Water Energy Water E 2×
Lightning Energy Lightning E
Psychic Energy Psychic E
Fighting Energy Fighting E



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e-Card Series
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Rock GardenAbyss
Skyridge
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Theater Limited VS Pack
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