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Pokémon Johto Trading Cards series 1

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Pokémon Johto Trading Cards series 1 was a set of Pokémon-themed trading cards manufactured by Topps. There were 90 cards in total: 62 Pokémon cards, 27 episode cards and a checklist card. Each of these 90 cards also had a foil card version. In addition, there were 96 bonus "chase cards" not included on the checklist: 62 sticker cards, 15 die-cut embossed cards, 10 pop-up cards, and 9 hologram cards.

Cards in the Johto Trading Cards series 1

Pokémon

Set # Front Title Back text
1 None.png #152 Chikorita This lovable grass Pokémon can hide itself easily among other plants, thanks to the leaf growing out of its forehead. Like other grass-types, this Pokémon is very shy and tends to hide when others are near.
2 Topps Johto 1 02.png #153 Bayleef Its long, graceful neck surrounded by pods can easily distinguish Bayleef, the second evolution of Chikorita. The spicy aroma from its leaves can restore health.
3 Topps Johto 1 03.png #154 Meganium The final evolution of Chikorita, Meganium is one of the gentlest Pokémon. The tallest of the evolutions, Meganium is almost six feet tall, but is very shy. Meganium like to groom themselves and make sure the petals around their necks look just perfect.
4 Topps Johto 1 04.png #155 Cyndaquil While this little fire-type Pokémon looks cute, the fire-fin jutting out from its back tells a different story. Rather gentle by nature, the Cyndaquil can become quite dangerous if it's angered. The flame on its back also makes for a great night-light!
5 None.png #156 Quilava The second evolution of Cyndaquil, Quilava is still relatively gentle. Its non-flammable fur can withstand any fire attack! As you can imagine, this fire Pokémon prefers to live in hot places!
6 Topps Johto 1 06.png #157 Typhlosion The final evolution of Cyndaquil, Typhlosion is a fire-type Pokémon on par with Charizard. Standing just over five feet tall, Typhlosion is to be feared when it gets angry!
7 None.png #158 Totodile This cute little water Pokémon can be a handful. As Jessie from Team Rocket found out, Totodile's powerful jaws have a vise-like grip. Once it got hold of her hair, it would not let go!
8 None.png #159 Croconaw The second evolution of Totodile, the water-loving Croconaw is a tougher version of its earlier form. Standing over three feet tall, the Croconaw can sometimes be spotted playing in the water with other Croconaw and Totodile. It loves to splash!
9 None.png #160 Feraligatr This is the third evolution of the water-type Totodile and it looks tough! Towering at over seven feet, this Pokémon doesn't need to hide from anyone, be it humans or other Pokémon!
10 Topps Johto 1 10.png #161 Sentret Sentret likes to wander in the woods, exploring and making new friends. Easily spotted thanks to its characteristic fur pattern, Sentret's large ears allow it to listen to things at a far distance.
11 Topps Johto 1 11.png #162 Furret Where does its body end and it's tail begin? No one, not even master trainers, really know. This quick normal-type Pokémon is quite large, and makes itself a nest to live in that no other Pokémon can enter. Frequently in hiding, Ash may never see one!
12 Topps Johto 1 12.png #163 Hoothoot A nocturnal Pokémon, Hoothoot's got keen eyesight thanks to its big eyes. It's very quiet when it hops and flies around, so take care! You never know when Hoothoot might be watching you! Hoothoot likes to come out and explore at night.
13 Topps Johto 1 13.png #164 Noctowl This evolved form of HootHoot loves the dark forests and rarely ventures forth into full sunlight. Incredibly smart, Noctowl turn their heads halfway around to think and sharpen their intellectual power. Ash, Misty, and Brock better be careful when they're walking through the woods — a super smart Noctowl may be watching!
14 None.png #165 Ledyba This buzzing bug-type Pokémon often flies around with other Ledyba, looking for adventure. Like other bug Pokémon, Ledyba speaks in its own language of clicks and chirps.
15 Topps Johto 1 15.png #166 Ledian A bug-type Pokémon, Ledian is the evolved form of Ledyba, and can walk or fly with ease. Preferring the nighttime over the day, Ledian flies around in the dark, the star patterns on its back growing larger or smaller, depending on how many stars it sees in the sky.
16 Topps Johto 1 16.png #167 Spinarak A bug-type, unevolved Pokémon, the Spinarak can spin webs to trap its prey, but because It's a small Pokémon, it often runs from what it has caught! Don't be fooled by Spinarak's appearance — it's very gentle and kind.
17 None.png #168 Ariados A Pokémon Misty is sure to be frightened of, this bug-type is the evolved form of Spinarak, and can spin lines of webbing that can trap anyone who scares it. It always has one long strand of webbing attached to it that leads back to its nest.
18 Topps Johto 1 18.png #170 Chinchou A water-type Pokémon that lives on the bottom of the ocean, Chinchou communicate with one another through the constant flashing of their antennae. Rarely seen on land, Chinchou can shoot electricity from its antennae.
19 Topps Johto 1 19.png #171 Lanturn The evolved form of the Chinchou, Lanturn can swim about and emit blinding light. It's brightest light can be seen on the surface of the ocean, even though Lanturn may be more than three miles below the surface.
20 Topps Johto 1 20.png #175 Togepi A familiar face, this baby Pokémon is still so young, it wears its egg around! Shy, quiet and needing lots of care, this unevolved Pokémon may hold a few surprises, and just when you think you know it well, it just may evolve!
21 None.png #176 Togetic Now Misty knows what Togepi will evolve into — Togetic! This normal Pokémon often seeks out kindhearted people and showers them with even more happiness. While only two feet tall, Togetic can hover in midair without flapping its wings.
22 None.png #177 Natu Natu is a rare psychic Pokémon. This tiny creature usually gathers its food on the ground and hops from place to place, because its wings aren't fully-grown. Natu's large eyes are always staring at something.
23 Topps Johto 1 23.png #178 Xatu The evolved form of Natu, this psychic-type Pokémon is one of the most quiet and still of them all. Legend has it that it stays so still because it sees the future and the past at the same time. It already knows how Team Rocket will lose before the battle's begun!
24 Topps Johto 1 24.png #179 Mareep An electric Pokémon, Mareep's fleece doubles in size if static electricity builds up in its body. It sheds all its fleece in the summer, but it grows back very quickly. Touching a Mareep will shock you, so be careful if you want to pet one. Zzzap!
25 Topps Johto 1 25.png #180 Flaaffy The second evolution of the electric-type Pokémon, Mareep, Flaafy's stylish look is due to generating so much electricity that it now has patches where hair won't grow! But luckily, its rubber-like hide keeps it from being electrocuted by the electricity in its fleece.
26 None.png #181 Ampharos Ampharos, an electric-type Pokémon that Ash would dearly love to capture, is the final evolution of Mareep. Ampharos has lost its entire fleece. Still filled with electricity, Ampharos' tail shines constantly, and has been used since ancient times as a beacon for lost travelers.
27 Topps Johto 1 27.png #182 Bellossom This grass-type Pokémon is plentiful in the tropics. Some say that when the Bellossom dance, they are performing a ritual to summon the sun. A pleasant ringing sound is heard as their petals rub together.
28 Topps Johto 1 28.png #183 Marill Marill is a water-type Pokémon and a natural swimmer. This is due to a special feature in its tail — it contains oil that is lighter than water. Even in the most dangerous currents, Marill stays afloat!
29 None.png #184 Azumarill The evolved form of Marill, this water-type Pokémon loves the water. By keeping very still, it can listen to rivers and streams to tell what creatures are swimming in it. But it is a touch delicate — when it plays in the water, it likes to roll up its ears to prevent the insides from getting wet.
30 None.png #185 Sudowoodo Despite its appearance, the Sudowoodo is a rock-type Pokémon — even though it looks more like a tree than a rock. Its looks are enough to fool even Pokémon trainers who've seen tons of Pokémon, including Ash. Sudowoodo hate water, so they'll disappear if it starts to rain.
31 None.png #187 Hoppip This grass-type Pokémon is not only small, it's extremely light! On windy days, Hoppip must gather in clusters just so they won't be blown away! They manage to stay put by gripping the ground firmly with their feet.
32 Topps Johto 1 32.png #188 Skiploom The second evolution of Hoppip, this grass-type Pokémon loves sunny days, and opens the bloom on the top of its head when it's warm outside. Like it's earlier evolution, it will grow strong when well tended, often floating in the air to be closer to the sun.
33 None.png #189 Jumpluff The final evolution of Hoppip, Jumpluff has lost its leaves and blooms in favor of cottony puffs. Happy and carefree, Jumpluff float on seasonal winds, spreading spores all over the world, creating even more Hoppip!
34 Topps Johto 1 34.png #190 Aipom This normal-type Pokémon uses the end of its tail like another hand. Aipom's tail is so powerful, it can lift it straight in the air! Rarely seen on the ground, Aipom lives in tall trees, using its tail to help it maintain its balance.
35 Topps Johto 1 35.png #191 Sunkern A grass-type Pokémon that lives by drinking the dew drops on the underside of plant leaves, Sunkern is very small, and can drift on the wind. When in the air, Sunkern are the favorite targets of Spearow, who will pounce on them.
36 Topps Johto 1 36.png #192 Sunflora Sunflora, a grass-type Pokémon, uses sunlight for energy. During the day it races around at a feverish pace, only to come to a complete stop once the sun goes down. Then, Sunflora closes up its petals and becomes perfectly still.
37 None.png #193 Yanma A bug-type Pokémon, Yanma is another Pokémon that Misty just doesn't like. With its large eyes, it can see all around itself, spotting bugs to eat for its meals. Nearly four feet tall, it's one big bug that rises above others, especially with the shockwave it generates by flapping its wings.
38 Topps Johto 1 38.png #194 Wooper A small water-type Pokémon, Wooper lives in nearly freezing waters, only coming on land to search for food when it's cold outside. But be careful — Wooper coat themselves with a slimy, poisonous film when they walk on land.
39 Topps Johto 1 39.png #195 Quagsire A playful, water-type Pokémon, Quagsire has a very relaxed, easygoing nature. Sometimes it's a little too carefree when it's swimming and winds up smacking its head into rocks and boat hulls.
40 Topps Johto 1 40.png #198 Murkrow Many superstitious people and trainers fear this dark-type Pokémon. It is believed that if you see one, misfortune will come your way. It is also said that Murkrow lure unwary attackers onto the dark mountain trails, where they get lost at night.
41 Topps Johto 1 41.png #202 Wobbuffet A psychic-type Pokémon, Wobbuffet is a very quiet and shy Pokémon, often hiding in the dark and shadows for weeks at a time. If scared, it will huff and puff and inflate its body to scare others away, as Ash found out.
42 None.png #203 Girafarig This odd looking normal-type Pokémon is generally calm and quiet, and can often be found bending it's long, graceful neck to reach grasses or leaves while feeding. But be careful — its tail has a small brain of its own, and may attack of its own free will!
43 None.png #204 Pineco A bug-type Pokémon, Pineco doesn't move around much — it just hangs and waits for flying insects to come close enough for it to catch. Pineco make their shells thicker by adding layers of tree bark.
44 None.png #207 Gligar Despite its scary appearance, this ground-type Pokémon isn't too mean. A natural acrobat, though, the Gligar can fly circles around many other flying Pokémon!
45 None.png #208 Steelix Steelix is one of the ultra-rare steel-type Pokémon. Only healthy and strong Onix over 100 years old evolve into Steelix. When they do evolve, Onix burrow deep underground where the weight compresses them, making their outer layer stronger than diamond.
46 Topps Johto 1 46.png #209 Snubbull One of Pikachu's new friends, Snubbull is a normal-type Pokémon with magical powers that can be a little stubborn. But even the most stubborn Snubbull will change its ways in exchange for a scratch behind the ears.
47 Topps Johto 1 47.png #210 Granbull This large-fanged normal-type Pokémon is very shy and timid, despite its fearsome appearance. In fact, its fangs are so large and heavy, that it has to walk with its head bowed down, but it still packs a powerful bite!
48 Topps Johto 1 48.png #213 Shuckle Shuckle is a bug/rock type Pokémon that feeds on berries stored inside its shell. As the berries decompose, they become a gooey, smelly liquid. Shuckle often hide under rocks and pull their heads in, hoping not to be seen.
49 Topps Johto 1 49.png #214 Heracross A ferocious-looking bug-type Pokémon, Heracross is actually quite gentle and easygoing. But when it gets made, watch out! Check out that big horn on its head — it's not just for decoration!
50 Topps Johto 1 50.png #216 Teddiursa One of the cutest normal-type Pokémon, Teddiursa is always on the lookout for honey. When it finds some, its crescent mark glows. Teddiursa is always licking its paws because they're covered in honey. In the wintertime, Teddiursa will hide honey in many different secret locations.
51 Topps Johto 1 51.png #217 Ursaring Ursaring is an excellent tree-climber, but it has a more direct way to get at those delicious berries. It simply snaps a tree trunk in two with its super-strong legs and eats the berries off the ground. It can also find any food hidden underground with its keen sense of smell.
52 Topps Johto 1 52.png #220 Swinub An ice-type Pokémon, Swinub's compact body and shortness allow it to forage on the ground for food. Once it smells something, it will dig down and find it, sometimes uncovering hot springs in the process. Despite its appearance, Swinub can be quite fast when discovering an enticing aroma.
53 None.png #221 Piloswine The evolution of Swinub, this ice-type Pokémon's long hair constantly covers its eyes. As a result, it always charges forward, looking for food. Piloswine are very sensitive to sound, and are easily spooked.
54 Topps Johto 1 54.png #226 Mantine Mantine is one of the most graceful water-type Pokémon. It is also very gracious — it doesn't mind that Remoraid attaches to it to eat its leftovers. When the water conditions are just right, Mantine can burst from the water and fly over the tops of the waves.
55 Topps Johto 1 55.png #231 Phanpy This ground-type Pokémon is very gentle, despite it's pointed tusk. If it likes you, as our heroes found out, it will bump you with its snout. Unfortunately, Phanpy doesn't know its own strength, and can accidentally knock you over!
56 Topps Johto 1 56.png #232 Donphan Donphan, a ground-type Pokémon, is frightening to behold with its tough, hard skin and its long pointed tusks. The larger its tusks grow, the more status a Donphan has in its herd. It may be under 4 feet tall, but it's mighty strong!
57 Topps Johto 1 57.png #234 Stantler A normal-type Pokémon, Stantler are very graceful, especially when they run. As you can guess from their appearance, they're quite shy too, often running away the minute they hear a strange noise.
58 None.png #235 Smeargle This normal-type Pokémon really knows how to leave its mark wherever it goes! Using special fluid that oozes from its tail, Smeargle paints the fluid on virtually every flat surface in its territory, letting other Smeargle know where it lives!
59 None.png #239 Elekid Elekid is an electric-type Pokémon who doesn't let a little thunder ruin its day — it just continues on its merry way, even in the worst lightning storm. It can also create its own “lightning”—just by spinning its arms!
60 Topps Johto 1 60.png #241 Miltank This normal-type Pokémon is very gentle and docile, often living in herds with others. It produces milk that is packed with vitamins and nutrition, and can instantly revive the sick or weary.
61 None.png #242 Blissey If Blissey looks familiar, it's for a good reason — this normal-type Pokémon is the evolved form of Chansey, the Pokémon known to help others in Pokémon hospitals across the land. Just like its earlier form, Blissey is very kind and helpful to Pokémon and their trainers.
62 Topps Johto 1 62.png #249 Lugia One of the largest and most rarely seen Pokémon in the world, Lugia is a psychic Pokémon that spends most of its time on the bottom of the ocean. So far, only one Lugia has been seen: the one that aided Ash in saving the world.

Episode cards

Set # Front Title Back text
Snap01 Topps Johto 1 Snap01.png The Lovable Totodile Jessie from Team Rocket learns why you should never cross a Totodile — they bite and hang on! This time, the Totodile has a hold on Jessie's hair and isn't about to let go!
Snap02 Topps Johto 1 Snap02.png Old Friends and New Our heroes meet Totodile for the first time. It looks like it's a perfect match, and Totodile will fit in perfectly!
Snap03 None.png Cute and Snuggly Safe in the arms of Nurse Joy, a young Cyndaquil laughs and smiles as Misty tickles its belly. One day, it too will be a powerful Pokémon.
Snap04 None.png Chikorita Challenge! While it may be small, this Chikorita can make up for its stature with attitude, as this Rattata finds out! This small grass-type Pokémon holds much promise!
Snap05 Topps Johto 1 Snap05.png Unstoppable Team! When Team Rocket interrupts their battle, Pikachu and Chikorita join forces to stop them. The two new friends make quick work of James, Jessie and Meowth.
Snap06 Topps Johto 1 Snap06.png Heracross vs. Pinsir! Uh-oh — it's time for a showdown! Pinsir have been eating the forest where the Heracross live. Looks like there's going to be a big beetle battle! Pikachu and Bulbasaur help defend the forest, and the Heracross thank their new friends for their aid.
Snap07 None.png Heracross vs. Mecha Pinsir! When Meowth tries to cheat by using a robotic Pinsir, it's up to the young Heracross to save the day. Will it be able to defeat this mechanized monster?
Snap08 None.png Is It a Donphan? While continuing their journey, Ash and Brock spot a new Pokémon. Ash's Pokédex tells them it's a young Donphan, so Brock sends Onix to capture it.
Snap09 Topps Johto 1 Snap09.png The Donphan Herd The village in the valley uses Donphan to mine gemstones for jewelry and art. Rochelle is the Donphan keeper and a new friend of our heroes. Perhaps they will return one day to the valley of the Donphan.
Snap10 Topps Johto 1 Snap10.png Hoothoot Hide and Seek Ever playful with the visitors to its forest, the Hoothoot that belongs to the woman named Hagatha dashes around our heroes, staying just out of reach.
Snap11 None.png Hoothoot Saves the Day When a Gengar attacks our heroes with illusions, Hoothoot reaches deep down inside itself to find the courage to fight back, saving our heroes and the day!
Snap12 Topps Johto 1 Snap12.png Joint Bellossom Attack! When Team Rocket attacks the Bellossom dance, Belle and Bella join forces in a Battle Dance against Victreebel. Using a Sleep Powder attack, the two Bellossom quickly win!
Snap13 Topps Johto 1 Snap13.png Guest Dancer: Pikachu! Invited by Belle and Bella, Pikachu joins the two Bellossom in a Battle Dance. Together, all three Pokémon defeat Arbok!
Snap14 None.png Hello Spinarak! As they continue their journey, Misty runs into her least-favorite type of Pokémon — a bug-type! This time, though, it's Spinarak that serves on the police force with Officer Jenny!
Snap15 Topps Johto 1 Snap15.png Spinning a Web for Thieves When some thieves finally show themselves, our heroes, along with Spinarak, are ready! Together, they make quick work of the thieves — who have surprisingly familiar faces!
Snap16 None.png Snubbull Trouble Our heroes encounter a Snubbull living in a mansion. However, this Snubbledoesn't want to be pampered, it wants adventure! Sorry about that tail, Meowth!
Snap17 Topps Johto 1 Snap17.png Ferocious Fighter While Snubbull is usually gentle and kind, Team Rocket makes the mistake of getting it angry. Arbok and Victreebel will spend weeks recovering!
Snap18 Topps Johto 1 Snap18.png Stantler Stampede! Thinking that one lone Stantler was all that was around, Brock and Ash were suddenly surprised when a whole herd of Stantler appeared, none too pleased that humans were playing with the youngling of the group.
Snap19 Topps Johto 1 Snap19.png Stantler Rescue! As Team Rocket attacks, eager to get their hands on the young Stantler, Brock, Ash, Pikachu and Onix fight them off, allowing Brock to help the injured little Pokémon so it could return to its herd.
Snap20 Topps Johto 1 Snap20.png Quagsire Sighting! As our heroes continue on their journey, they spot the mysterious water fish Pokémon — Quagsire! When Ash tries to catch it, it merely grabs the GS ball and swims away — even Squirtle can't stop it!
Snap21 None.png Captured Quagsire! So enraptured by round things, Team Rocket captures a whole herd of Quagsire as they play. Luckily, Ash, Brock and Misty are nearby and help the Quagsire escape!
Snap22 None.png Ledyba Times Six! Thinking they can control the Ledyba with their trainer Arielle's whistle, Team Rocket gathers six of the bug-type Pokémon together. Too bad for them, the Ledyba aren't listening!
Snap23 None.png Ledyba Capture! Deciding that might makes right, Team Rocket looks to steal what they can't get honestly, by netting the assembled Ledyba. Arbok helps with the capture, making sure the Ledyba can't fly away.
Snap24 Topps Johto 1 Snap24.png Fighting Mad Ledyba! Under Arielle's guidance, the Ledyba quickly turn the tide on Arbok and Team Rocket. Under their combined assault, Team Rocket is blasted off again, and Arielle congratulates her beloved Pokémon!
Snap25 None.png Nurse Blissey! At the Poké Center, an exhausted Ash, Brock and Misty are greeted by a Pokémon they've never seen before. It's Blissey, the evolved form of Chansey! Blissey shows its hospitality by preparing them all a meal.
Snap26 None.png Doctor's Examination After being accidentally injured by the well-meaning Blissey, Ash is examined by the Poké Center's doctor. Good news — he'll live, but he'll ache for a long time.
Snap27 None.png Blissey Surprise! To everyone's amazement, the Poké Center's Blissey knew Jessie when she was younger. In hopes that she'd one day find her Pokémon pal, Jessie gave Blissey one half of a special necklace — and the two are reunited!

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Chase cards

Sticker Cards

There are 62 sticker cards in the set, numbered in National Pokédex order. The sticker portion forms an oval on the front of the card, in which the Pokémon is contained.

Set # Front Title
1 Topps Johto 1 S01.png #152 Chikorita
2 None.png #153 Bayleef
3 None.png #154 Meganium
4 None.png #155 Cyndaquil
5 None.png #156 Quilava
6 None.png #157 Typhlosion
7 None.png #158 Totodile
8 None.png #159 Croconaw
9 None.png #160 Feraligatr
10 None.png #161 Sentret
11 Topps Johto 1 S11.png #162 Furret
12 None.png #163 Hoothoot
13 None.png #164 Noctowl
14 None.png #165 Ledyba
15 None.png #166 Ledian
16 None.png #167 Spinarak
17 None.png #168 Ariados
18 None.png #170 Chinchou
19 None.png #171 Lanturn
20 None.png #175 Togepi
21 None.png #176 Togetic
22 None.png #177 Natu
23 None.png #178 Xatu
24 None.png #179 Mareep
25 None.png #180 Flaaffy
26 None.png #181 Ampharos
27 None.png #182 Bellossom
28 None.png #183 Marill
29 None.png #184 Azumarill
30 None.png #185 Sudowoodo
31 None.png #187 Hoppip
32 None.png #188 Skiploom
33 None.png #189 Jumpluff
34 None.png #190 Aipom
35 Topps Johto 1 S35.png #191 Sunkern
36 None.png #192 Sunflora
37 None.png #193 Yanma
38 None.png #194 Wooper
39 None.png #195 Quagsire
40 Topps Johto 1 S40.png #198 Murkrow
41 None.png #202 Wobbuffet
42 None.png #203 Girafarig
43 None.png #204 Pineco
44 Topps Johto 1 S44.png #207 Gligar
45 None.png #208 Steelix
46 None.png #209 Snubbull
47 None.png #210 Granbull
48 None.png #213 Shuckle
49 None.png #214 Heracross
50 None.png #216 Teddiursa
51 None.png #217 Ursaring
52 None.png #220 Swinub
53 None.png #221 Piloswine
54 None.png #226 Mantine
55 None.png #231 Phanpy
56 None.png #232 Donphan
57 None.png #234 Stantler
58 None.png #235 Smeargle
59 None.png #239 Elekid
60 None.png #241 Miltank
61 None.png #242 Blissey
62 None.png #249 Lugia

Die-cut Embossed Cards

There are 15 die-cut embossed evolution cards in the set, representing five three-stage evolutionary lines. The image of each Pokémon and the Pokémon logo are embossed.

Set # Front Pokémon
1 None.png Chikorita
2 None.png Bayleef
3 None.png Meganium
4 None.png Cyndaquil
5 None.png Quilava
6 None.png Typhlosion
7 None.png Totodile
8 None.png Croconaw
9 None.png Feraligatr
10 None.png Mareep
11 None.png Flaaffy
12 Topps Johto 1 D12.png Ampharos
13 None.png Hoppip
14 None.png Skiploom
15 None.png Jumpluff

Pop-up Cards

There are 10 pop-up cards in the set. Each pop-up card has an image of a Pokémon which can be punched out and then propped up using the rest of the card for support.

  1. Hoppip
  2. Aipom
  3. Wooper
  4. Murkrow
  5. Wobbuffet
  6. Gligar
  7. Shuckle
  8. Teddiursa
  9. Smeargle
  10. Elekid

Hologram Cards

There are 9 hologram cards in the set. Each card has an image of a Pokémon with a shiny background.

Set # Front Pokémon
1 None.png Chikorita
2 Topps Johto 1 H2.png Cyndaquil
3 None.png ???*
4 None.png Furret
5 None.png Noctowl
6 None.png  ???
7 None.png Granbull
8 None.png Ursaring
9 None.png Mantine



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