Base Set (TCG)

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Base Set (Japanese: ?) is the name given to the original core release of cards and Theme Decks for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is notable that there is no expansion symbol on Base Set cards.

Set size

102 in North America and in Japan

Sequence

1st set in North America, 1st set in Japan

Release date

January 9th, 1999 in North America; ??? in Japan The Pokémon TCG's first release in the US came as something of a whimper... because of it's "kiddy" qualities, many card shops were reluctant to buy it. As a result, many card shops didn't release it until March or April. Of course, once they were released, they wondered how they did without.

Miscellaneous

  • It was the first Pokémon TCG card set. That's quite interesting.
  • This set has been out of print in the US for quite some time, replaced by Template:C

=Symbol= There is no symbol for Base Set.

Theme Decks

Overgrowth, Zap, Brushfire, and Blackout

Card List

  1. Alakazam
  2. Blastoise
  3. Chansey
  4. Charizard
  5. Clefairy
  6. Gyarados
  7. Hitmonchan
  8. Machamp
  9. Magneton
  10. Mewtwo
  11. Nidoking
  12. Ninetales
  13. Poliwrath
  14. Raichu
  15. Venusaur
  16. Zapdos (Base Set)
  17. Beedrill
  18. Dragonair
  19. Dugtrio
  20. Electabuzz
  21. Electrode
  22. Pidgeotto
  23. Arcanine
  24. Charmeleon
  25. Dewgong
  26. Dratini
  27. Farfetch'd
  28. Growlithe
  29. Haunter
  30. Ivysaur
  31. Jynx
  32. Kadabra
  33. Kakuna
  34. Machoke
  35. Magikarp
  36. Magmar
  37. Nidorino
  38. Poliwhirl
  39. Porygon
  40. Raticate
  41. Seel
  42. Wartortle
  43. Abra
  44. Bulbasaur
  45. Caterpie
  46. Charmander
  47. Diglett
  48. Doduo
  49. Drowzee
  50. Gastly
  51. Koffing
  52. Machop
  53. Magnemite
  54. Metapod
  55. Nidoran♂
  56. Onix
  57. Pidgey
  58. Pikachu
  59. Poliwag
  60. Ponyta
  61. Rattata
  62. Sandshrew
  63. Squirtle
  64. Starmie
  65. Staryu
  66. Tangela
  67. Voltorb
  68. Vulpix
  69. Weedle
  70. Clefairy Doll
  71. Computer Search
  72. Devolution Spray
  73. Imposter Professor Oak
  74. Item Finder
  75. Lass
  76. Pokémon Breeder
  77. Pokémon Trader
  78. Scoop Up
  79. Super Energy Removal
  80. Defender
  81. Energy Retrieval
  82. Full Heal
  83. Maintenance
  84. PlusPower
  85. Pokémon Center
  86. Pokémon Flute
  87. Pokédex
  88. Professor Oak
  89. Revive
  90. Super Potion
  91. Bill
  92. Energy Removal
  93. Gust of Wind
  94. Potion
  95. Switch
  96. Double Colorless Energy
  97. Fighting Energy
  98. Fire Energy
  99. Grass Energy
  100. Electric Energy
  101. Psychic Energy
  102. Water Energy

Japan