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Pokémon-e Starter Deck (TCG)

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スターターパック
Expansion e-Card 1
Types used Random
Coin Coin Blissey.png

The Pokémon-e Starter Deck (Japanese: スターターパック Starter Pack) complements the e-Card 1 Expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game and was released in Japan only. The deck contains a random assortment of cards from a set exclusive to the deck itself (detailed in the first checklist) and a random selection from the first 32 cards in the main set (detailed in the second checklist).

Cards Exclusive to the Deck

No. Card Name Type Rarity
1 Bulbasaur Grass --
2 Bulbasaur Grass --
3 Ivysaur Grass --
4 Venusaur Grass --
5 Chikorita Grass --
6 Chikorita Grass --
7 Bayleef Grass --
8 Meganium Grass --
9 Charmander Fire --
10 Charmander Fire --
11 Charmeleon Fire --
12 Charizard Fire --
13 Cyndaquil Fire --
14 Cyndaquil Fire --
15 Quilava Fire --
16 Typhlosion Fire --
17 Squirtle Water --
18 Squirtle Water --
19 Wartortle Water --
20 Blastoise Water --
21 Totodile Water --
22 Totodile Water --
23 Croconaw Water --
24 Feraligatr Water --
25 Potion T --
26 Full Heal T --
27 Switch T --
28 Energy Search T --
29 Moo-Moo Milk T --
-- Grass Energy E --
-- Fire Energy E --
-- Water Energy E --
-- Lightning Energy E --
-- Psychic Energy E --
-- Fighting Energy E --


The deck is constructed in this manner: -

  • 4 Pokémon cards:
    • 1 starter Evolution set (e.g. 2 Bulbasaur, 1 Ivysaur, 1 Venusaur)
  • 5 Trainer cards
  • 8 random cards from the first 32 of the main set (see below)
  • 13 Energy cards:
    • 1 Energy card to match the starter Evolution set (e.g. Grass Energy)
    • 2 Grass Energy
    • 2 Fire Energy
    • 2 Water Energy
    • 2 Lightning Energy
    • 2 Psychic Energy
    • 2 Fighting Energy
  • These cards are fixed, and therefore have no rarity symbols.
  • In the English release, these cards were combined with the main set to form the English set.

Cards from the Main Set

No. Card Name Type Rarity
1 Koffing Grass Common
2 Hoppip Grass Common
3 Caterpie Grass Common
4 Ekans Grass Common
5 Oddish Grass Common
6 Vulpix Fire Common
7 Ponyta Fire Common
8 Poliwag Water Common
9 Shellder Water Common
10 Krabby Water Common
11 Goldeen Water Common
12 Magikarp Water Common
13 Marill Water Common
14 Qwilfish Water Common
15 Corsola Water Common
16 Pikachu Lightning Common
17 Mareep Lightning Common
18 Abra Psychic Common
19 Gastly Psychic Common
20 Diglett Fighting Common
21 Machop Fighting Common
22 Geodude Fighting Common
23 Cubone Fighting Common
24 Larvitar Fighting Common
25 Pidgey Colorless Common
26 Rattata Colorless Common
27 Spearow Colorless Common
28 Clefairy Colorless Common
29 Meowth Colorless Common
30 Tauros Colorless Common
31 Dratini Colorless Common
32 Houndour Darkness Common


  • These cards are all found in the main set, and therefore have rarity symbols.
  • The trend of random assortment has been used in Japan with every first Expansion in a new Generation, with the exception of Generation III where the idea was used in Half Decks in the sixth Expansion.

The Pokémon-e Starter Deck also includes a rulebook, damage counters, status counters and a custom coin (Blissey).

Project TCG logo.png This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.


Pokémon Trading Card Game Releases
e-Card Series
Expedition Base Set
EchoElectric Garden
Best of Game
Aquapolis
Rock GardenAbyss
Skyridge
EeveelutionMind Machine
e-Card era
P Promotional cardsJ Promotional cardsT Promotional cards
Base Expansion Pack
Pokémon-e Starter Deck
McDonald's Pokémon-e Minimum Pack
The Town on No Map
Wind from the Sea
Theater Limited VS Pack
Split Earth
Mysterious Mountains