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Pokémon playing cards

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The Pokémon playing cards are three decks of playing cards with Generation I Pokémon on them. They were released in 1999 by Nintendo. There are three decks, a red one, a blue one, and a green one. The face cards have a slightly different color scheme than the number cards, such as with the blue deck, the face cards are dark blue instead of light blue. On the back of each card is a Poké Ball with the Pokémon logo in it surrounded by an either blue and red (on the red and blue decks although the colors are in a different order) or blue and a green background (on the green deck). In addition to that, the Pokémon logo was also put on the Ace of Hearts and Spades.

List of cards

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Blue deck

Card Suit
Spades
Clubs
Diamonds
Hearts
Two
2
Lickitung Golem Drowzee Paras
Three
3
Tauros Pikachu Raichu Horsea
Four
4
Weedle Alakazam Nidoqueen Raticate
Five
5
Nidoran♀ Doduo Bellsprout Magnemite
Six
6
Machop Venonat Starmie Kadabra
Seven
7
Shellder Machoke Metapod Weepinbell
Eight
8
Porygon Kangaskhan Marowak Ditto
Nine
9
Hitmonchan Hypno Kabutops Cloyster
Ten
10
Articuno Electabuzz Clefairy Caterpie
Jack
J
Jynx Flareon Dodrio Sandshrew
Queen
Q
Nidorina Blastoise Seadra Bulbasaur
King
K
Beedrill Poliwhirl Vileplume Charmander
Ace
A
Pokémon logo Oddish Krabby Pokémon logo

Green Deck

Card Suit
Spades
Clubs
Diamonds
Hearts
Two
2
Three
3
Voltorb Pinsir
Four
4
Five
5
Parasect
Six
6
Golbat
Seven
7
Mewtwo Staryu Eevee
Eight
8
Magikarp
Nine
9
Ten
10
Jack
J
Slowpoke Omastar
Queen
Q
Pidgeot Rhydon
King
K
Arbok
Ace
A
Pokémon logo Dragonair Cubone Pokémon logo

Red Deck

Card Suit
Spades
Clubs
Diamonds
Hearts
Two
2
Magneton Farfetch'd Electrode
Three
3
Vaporeon Abra
Four
4
Gengar Poliwrath Jigglypuff
Five
5
Butterfree Kingler
Six
6
Goldeen Venomoth Rhyhorn
Seven
7
Spearow Poliwag Clefable Rattata
Eight
8
Weezing Nidorino Wigglytuff
Nine
9
Seel Hypno Zubat
Ten
10
Gyarados Ivysaur Seaking
Jack
J
Slowbro Grimer Meowth
Queen
Q
Kabuto Victreebel Onix Dragonite
King
K
Persian Moltres Geodude Gastly
Ace
A
Pokémon logo Nidoking Rapidash Pokémon logo

Trivia

  • Pikachu's card depicts it as holding a Poké Ball.


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