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'''King Biruritchi''' (Japanese: '''キング・ビルリッチ''' ''King Biruritchi'') is the creator of [[Team Great Rocket]] from [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]]. A large and intimidating man, he and his minions kidnapped the [[Grand Master]]s and [[Club Master]]s and stole the four Legendary Pokémon cards for use in their schemes. Biruritchi resides in [[Team GR Castle]] on a far-away island. He challenges the player in a best-two-out-of-three card match, playing with a deck chosen from the four below at random. He admits the defeat, thanks the player and gives up the GR King Coin, also known as Togepi Coin, and the {{TCG ID|GB2|Great Rocket's Mewtwo|promo}}. King Biruritchi gives the player a {{TCG ID|GB2|Great Rocket's Mewtwo|promo}} after each successive defeat.
 
'''King Biruritchi''' (Japanese: '''キング・ビルリッチ''' ''King Biruritchi'') is the creator of [[Team Great Rocket]] from [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]]. A large and intimidating man, he and his minions kidnapped the [[Grand Master]]s and [[Club Master]]s and stole the four Legendary Pokémon cards for use in their schemes. Biruritchi resides in [[Team GR Castle]] on a far-away island. He challenges the player in a best-two-out-of-three card match, playing with a deck chosen from the four below at random. He admits the defeat, thanks the player and gives up the GR King Coin, also known as Togepi Coin, and the {{TCG ID|GB2|Great Rocket's Mewtwo|promo}}. King Biruritchi gives the player a {{TCG ID|GB2|Great Rocket's Mewtwo|promo}} after each successive defeat.
   
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Latest revision as of 23:30, 14 January 2020

554Darumaka.png The subject of this article has no official English name.
The name currently in use is a fan romanization of the Japanese name.
King Biruritchi
キング・ビルリッチ King Biruritchi
King Biruritchi.png
King Biruritchi
Gender Male
Hometown Unknown
Region Trading Card Game Islands
Generation II
Games Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!
Member of Team Great Rocket
Rank Leader

King Biruritchi (Japanese: キング・ビルリッチ King Biruritchi) is the creator of Team Great Rocket from Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!. A large and intimidating man, he and his minions kidnapped the Grand Masters and Club Masters and stole the four Legendary Pokémon cards for use in their schemes. Biruritchi resides in Team GR Castle on a far-away island. He challenges the player in a best-two-out-of-three card match, playing with a deck chosen from the four below at random. He admits the defeat, thanks the player and gives up the GR King Coin, also known as Togepi Coin, and the Great Rocket's Mewtwo. King Biruritchi gives the player a Great Rocket's Mewtwo after each successive defeat.

After defeating King Biruritchi twice, the player is granted access to the Sealed Fort.

Burn Up! Deck

Main article: Burn Up! Deck (TCG)
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Charmander Fire Common
Dark Charmeleon Fire Uncommon
Dark Charizard Fire Rare Holo
Magmar Fire Uncommon
Mr. Mime Psychic Uncommon
Clefairy Colorless Uncommon
Dark Clefable Colorless
Kangaskhan Colorless Rare Holo
Energy Retrieval T Uncommon
Defender T Uncommon
Switch T Common
Pokémon Trader T Rare
The Boss's Way T Uncommon
Bill T Common
Bill's Teleporter T Uncommon
18× Fire Energy Fire E

Smash It! Deck

Main article: Smash It! Deck (TCG)
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Scyther Grass Rare Holo
Squirtle Water Common
Dark Wartortle Water Uncommon
Dark Blastoise Water Rare Holo
Lapras Water Rare Holo
Mr. Mime Psychic Uncommon
Clefairy Colorless Uncommon
Dark Clefable Colorless
Super Potion T Uncommon
Gust of Wind T Common
PlusPower T Uncommon
Switch T Common
Pokémon Trader T Rare
Pokémon Breeder T Rare
The Boss's Way T Uncommon
Bill T Common
Bill's Teleporter T Uncommon
18× Water Energy Water E

Throw Out! Deck

Main article: Throw Out! Deck (TCG)
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Machop Fighting Common
Dark Machoke Fighting Uncommon
Dark Machamp Fighting Rare Holo
Mr. Mime Psychic Uncommon
Clefairy Colorless Uncommon
Dark Clefable Colorless
Chansey Colorless Rare Holo
Kangaskhan Colorless Rare Holo
Gust of Wind T Common
Defender T Uncommon
Switch T Common
Pokémon Trader T Rare
The Boss's Way T Uncommon
Bill T Common
Bill's Teleporter T Uncommon
Double Colorless Energy Colorless E Uncommon
18× Fighting Energy Fighting E

Stop Breath! Deck

Main article: Stop Breath! Deck (TCG)
Quantity Card Type Rarity
Bulbasaur Grass
Dark Ivysaur Grass
Dark Venusaur Grass
Scyther Grass Rare Holo
Mr. Mime Psychic Uncommon
Kangaskhan Colorless Rare Holo
Dratini Colorless Uncommon
Dark Dragonair Colorless Uncommon
Gust of Wind T Common
PlusPower T Uncommon
Switch T Common
Pokémon Trader T Rare
The Boss's Way T Uncommon
Bill T Common
Bill's Teleporter T Uncommon
18× Grass Energy Grass E

Sprites

TCG2 King Biruritchi.png TCG2 King Biruritchi Win.png TCG2 King Biruritchi Loss.png
Main sprite from
Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!
Win sprite from
Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!
Loss sprite from
Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!


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Leader: King Biruritchi
Bodyguards: KanzakiRui
Fort Leaders: MorinoCatherineHiderō
KanokoKamiyaMamiIshii
GR Grass Fort Members: MidoriYūtaMiyukiMorino
GR Lightning Fort Members: RennaIchikawaCatherine
GR Fire Fort Members: JesYūkiShōkoHiderō
GR Water Fort Members: MiyajimaSentaAiraKanoko
GR Fighting Fort Members: GraceGōdaKamiya
GR Psychic Fort Members: KevinMiwaYōsukeRyōkoMami
Colorless Altar Members: NishijimaSamejimaIshii
Disguised members: GR-1GR-2GR-3GR-4GR-5GR-X


Games: Core series: Team Rocket: Giovanni
Team Rainbow Rocket:
Team Magma: Maxie
Team Aqua: Archie
Team Galactic: Cyrus
Team Plasma: NColressGhetsis
Team Flare: Lysandre
Team Skull: Guzma
Team Yell: Piers
Side series: Team Snagem: Gonzap
Cipher: EviceGreevil
Spin-off games: TCG series: Team Great Rocket: King Biruritchi
Trozei series: Phobos Battalion: Baron Phobos
Mystery Dungeon series: Team Skull: Skuntank
Ranger series: Go-Rock Squad: Gordor
Team Dim Sun: Blake Hall
Team Debonairs: Kincaid
Pokémon Pinchers: Societea
Rumble series: Dark Legion: Dark Rust
Anime: Team Rocket Madame BossGiovanni
Manga: Adventures: Team Rocket GiovanniMasked Man
Pocket Monsters: Team Rocket Giovanni
RéBURST: Great Gavel Fraud
Horizon: Team Kings Meja
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