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The '''10th Movie Commemoration Set''' is a special card collection for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] and was released in conjunction with the Japanese screening of ''[[The Rise of Darkrai]]''.
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The '''10th Movie Commemoration Set''' is a special card collection for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] and was released in conjunction with the Japanese screening of ''[[M10|The Rise of Darkrai]]''.
  
 
==Release dates==
 
==Release dates==

Revision as of 16:42, 21 February 2010

The 10th Movie Commemoration Set is a special card collection for the Pokémon Trading Card Game and was released in conjunction with the Japanese screening of The Rise of Darkrai.

Release dates

  • 14th January 2007 – World Hobby Fair prerelease
  • 14th July 2007 – Theatrical release
  • 3rd August 2007 – Commercial release

Card list

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The symbol for the set
Card Name Type
Timeless Celebi Grass
Crystal Tower's Entei Fire
Prince of the Sea Manaphy Water
Striking Back Mewtwo Psychic
Visitor Deoxys Psychic
Tree of Beginning's Mew Psychic
Wave-Guiding Hero Lucario Fighting
Explosive Birth Lugia Colorless
Alto Mare's Latias Colorless
Alto Mare's Latios Colorless
Seven Nights Jirachi Metal
Darkrai Darkness

Trivia

  • To commemorate the 10th Pokémon movie release in Japan, a special card album was released containing 11 cards with central Pokémon from the previous nine movies. Space for a twelfth was included for a card available to the first 4,200,000 patrons of the 10th movie.
  • Those attending the 2007 World Hobby Fair had the opportunity to purchase the set in advance, before its theatrical and commercial release.
  • All of the 11 cards included in the set have a location or description in their name, although they are not strictly "Owner’s Pokémon," as they lack a location graphic. The cards are also holographic, have no number, level, or rarity symbol and have a unique set symbol.
  • Despite there being a space for it (suggesting it was intended to be like its counterparts), the Darkrai promotional card available at cinemas has neither a location in its name or the unique set symbol. It is instead part of the DP-P Promotional cards collection.

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