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'''Pokémon SP''' are a variant of Pokémon found in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. They debuted in the {{TCG|Platinum}} expansion, the first of the ''Platinum'' Series. They are the successor to {{TCG|owner's Pokémon}}.
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'''Pokémon SP''' are a variant of Pokémon found in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. They debuted in the {{TCG|Platinum}} expansion, the first of the ''Platinum'' Series. They are the successor to {{TCG|Owner's Pokémon}}.
   
Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have an "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP also include a suffix in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.
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Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have a stylized "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP also include a suffix in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.
   
 
For a list of all Pokémon SP by their designated Pokémon Trainer, see the [[List of Pokémon SP by Trainer]] article.
 
For a list of all Pokémon SP by their designated Pokémon Trainer, see the [[List of Pokémon SP by Trainer]] article.
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== Pokémon G ==
 
== Pokémon G ==
   
The first variant of SP Pokémon is '''Pokémon {{SP|G}}''', which was seen in Platinum. Pokémon {{SP|G}} cards are classified as Galactic's Pokémon (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective Team Galactic owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon {{SP|G}} also have a "{{SP|G}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
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The first variant of SP Pokémon were '''Pokémon {{SP|G}}''', released in {{TCG|Platinum}}. Pokémon {{SP|G}} cards are classified as "Galactic's Pokémon" (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective [[Team Galactic]] owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon G also have "{{SP|G}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
   
 
* {{P|Probopass}} {{SP|G}} cannot evolve from {{P|Nosepass}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Probopass.
 
* {{P|Probopass}} {{SP|G}} cannot evolve from {{P|Nosepass}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Probopass.
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! class="l" | Card
 
! class="l" | Card
 
! class="l" | Expansion
 
! class="l" | Expansion
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Electrode}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|"DPt-P" Promo|Electrode G|10}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|"DPt-P" Promotional cards}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gyarados}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Gyarados G|30}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Crobat}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Crobat G|47}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Forretress}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Forretress}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
| class="l" | Forretress G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Forretress G|61}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Carnivine}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Houndoom G|50}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|DP Promo|Carnivine G|42}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|DP Black Star Promos}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Honchkrow}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Toxicroak}}
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Honchkrow G|77}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Toxicroak G|40}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Purugly}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Ambipom}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Purugly G|88}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Ambipom G|56}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Toxicroak}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|DP Promo|Toxicroak G|41}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|DP Black Star Promos}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Skuntank}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Skuntank}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Toxicroak}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Probopass}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|DP Promo|Probopass G|43}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|DP Black Star Promos}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Purugly}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Purugly G|88}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Porygon-Z}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|DPt-P Promo|Porygon-Z G|35}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|DPt-P Promotional cards}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gyarados}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Gyarados G|30}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Crobat}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Toxicroak G|40}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Crobat G|47}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Toxicroak}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|"DPt-P" Promo|Toxicroak G|8}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Houndoom G|50}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|"DPt-P" Promotional cards}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Carnivine}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Honchkrow}}
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|"DPt-P" Promo|Carnivine G|1}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Honchkrow G|77}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|"DPt-P" Promotional cards}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Weavile}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Weavile}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Weavile G|17}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Platinum|Weavile G|17}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Platinum}}
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Probopass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|"DPt-P" Promo|Probopass G|4}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|"DPt-P" Promotional cards}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dialga}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dialga}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Darkrai}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Darkrai}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|"DPt-P" Promo|Darkrai G|5}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Darkrai G|3}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|"DPt-P" Promotional cards}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Electrode}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Electrode G|39}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Charizard}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Charizard}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | Charizard G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Charizard G|1}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp vs Charizard SP Deck Kit}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Charizard}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Charizard}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | Charizard G LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Charizard G LV.X|2}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp vs Charizard SP Deck Kit}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Arcanine}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Arcanine G|3}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Camerupt}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Camerupt G|4}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Manectric}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Manectric G|5}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Sableye}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Sableye G|6}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Crawdaunt}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Crawdaunt G|7}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Raticate}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Charizard Half Deck|Raticate G|8}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Chatot}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Chatot G|82}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Absol}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Absol}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | Absol G
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Absol G|64}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Absol}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Absol}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | Absol G LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Absol G LV.X|65}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
== Pokémon GL ==
 
== Pokémon GL ==
   
The second variant of SP Pokémon to be announced was '''Pokémon {{SP|GL}}''', which was seen in {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}. Pokémon {{SP|GL}} cards are classified as Gym Leader's Pokémon (similar to Galactic's Pokémon, this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of the Gym Leader who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon GL also have a "{{SP|GL}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
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The second variant of SP Pokémon were '''Pokémon {{SP|GL}}''', released in {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}. Pokémon {{SP|GL}} cards are classified as "Gym Leader's Pokémon" (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar in the same manner of Galactic's Pokémon) and have an icon of the [[Gym Leader]] who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon GL have "{{SP|GL}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|GL}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|GL}} LV.X) are the same as their {{game|Platinum}} counterparts.
 
* {{P|Roserade}} {{SP|GL}} cannot evolve from {{P|Roselia}} because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Roserade.
 
* {{P|Raichu}} {{SP|GL}} cannot be levelled-up into Raichu LV.X because its name is not Raichu.
 
* {{P|Luxray}} cannot be levelled-up into Luxray {{SP|GL}} LV.X because its name is not Luxray {{SP|GL}}.
 
* One may have 4 Luxray {{SP|GL}} or Luxray {{SP|GL}} LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Luxray.
 
   
 
=== List of Pokémon GL ===
 
=== List of Pokémon GL ===
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! class="l" | Card
 
! class="l" | Card
 
! class="l" | Expansion
 
! class="l" | Expansion
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Raichu}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
 
| class="l" | Raichu GL
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Machamp}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="l" | Machamp GL
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gengar}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | Gengar GL
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Aerodactyl}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Aerodactyl}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Aerodactyl GL
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Aerodactyl GL|55}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Quagsire}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rampardos}}
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Quagsire GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Rampardos GL|11}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Steelix}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Steelix GL|51}}
 
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Turtwig}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Turtwig}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Turtwig GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Turtwig GL|85}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Luxray}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
 
| class="l" | Luxray GL
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Luxray}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
 
| class="l" | Luxray GL LV.X
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Roserade}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Roserade}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Roserade GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Roserade GL|12}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rampardos}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Machamp}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Rampardos GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Machamp GL|46}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bastiodon}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Lucario}}
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | Bastiodon GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Lucario GL|8}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Quagsire}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Quagsire GL|76}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Floatzel}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Floatzel}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Floatzel}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Floatzel}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
| class="l" | Floatzel GL LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Floatzel GL LV.X|104}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mismagius}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mismagius}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|"DPt-P" Promo|Mismagius GL LV.X|11}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Mismagius GL|10}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|"DPt-P" Promotional cards}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Lucario}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mismagius}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Lucario GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Mismagius GL LV.X|110}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gengar}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Gengar GL|40}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Steelix}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Steelix GL|51}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bastiodon}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Bastiodon GL|2}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mamoswine}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mamoswine}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
| class="l" | Mamoswine GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Mamoswine GL|27}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Froslass}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Froslass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
| class="l" | Froslass GL
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Froslass GL|6}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Raichu}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Raichu GL|31}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Luxray}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Luxray GL|9}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Luxray}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Luxray GL LV.X|109}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
== Pokémon 4 ==
 
== Pokémon 4 ==
   
Another variant of SP Pokémon, '''Pokémon {{SP|4}}''', was first seen alongside Pokémon GL, and first debuted in the {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}. Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards are classified as "Pokémon of the Elite Four" and have an icon of the member of the Elite Four who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon {{SP|4}} also have a "{{SP|4}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon (the cards use a symbol to depict the 4). The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|4}} LV.X) is the same as their levels when used in {{game|Platinum}}.
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Released alongside Pokémon GL in {{TCG|Rising Rivals}} was another variant of SP Pokémon: '''Pokémon {{SP|4}}'''. Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards are classified as "Elite Four's Pokémon" and have an icon of the member of the [[Elite Four]] who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon 4 have "{{SP|4}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon (curiously, the English cards still use {{tt||Japanese character for "4"}} to depict the 4). The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|4}} LV.X) are the same as their {{game|Platinum}} counterparts.
   
 
=== List of Pokémon 4 ===
 
=== List of Pokémon 4 ===
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! class="l" | Expansion
 
! class="l" | Expansion
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Golem}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Yanmega}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Golem 4|5}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Yanmega 4|37}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rapidash}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Heracross}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Rapidash 4|1}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Heracross 4|24}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Alakazam}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Vespiquen}}
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | Alakazam 4
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Vespiquen 4|35}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Alakazam}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | Alakazam 4 LV.X
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bonds to the End of Time}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mr. Mime}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Mr. Mime 4|5}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Flareon}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Flareon 4|2}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Espeon}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Espeon 4|6}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Scizor}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Scizor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Scizor 4|1}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Scizor 4|48}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Heracross}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drapion}}
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Heracross 4|2}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
 
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Houndoom 4|10}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Drapion 4|17}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gliscor}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Gliscor 4|62}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Hippowdon}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Hippowdon 4|42}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rhyperior}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Rhyperior 4|32}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Whiscash}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Whiscash}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Whiscash 4|6}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Whiscash 4|54}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Golem}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Golem 4|23}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rapidash}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Rapidash 4|47}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Infernape 4|3}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Infernape 4|43}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Infernape 4 LV.X|4}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Infernape 4 LV.X|108}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Vespiquen}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Vespiquen 4|3}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Houndoom 4|65}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Flareon}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Flareon 4|60}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mr. Mime}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Bronzong 4|7}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Mr. Mime 4|28}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Hippowdon}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Espeon}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Hippowdon 4|7}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Espeon 4|18}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drapion}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Alakazam}}
| class="c" | {{e|Darkness}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Drapion 4|10}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Alakazam 4|38}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rhyperior}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Alakazam}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Rhyperior 4|8}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Alakazam 4 LV.X|103}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Yanmega}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Yanmega 4|4}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gliscor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Infernape Half Deck|Gliscor 4|9}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Gallade Half Deck|Gallade 4|8}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Gallade 4|20}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape vs Gallade SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gallade}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Gallade 4 LV.X|106}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Gallade 4 LV.X|106}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Bronzong 4|16}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
==Pokémon C==
 
==Pokémon C==
Pokémon C are first introduced in Beat of the Frontier. They refer to the champion [[Cynthia]]. Like the {{SP|G}} and {{SP|4}} before her, Pokémon C cards are classified as "Champion's Pokémon".
+
Debuting in {{TCG|Supreme Victors}} were '''Pokémon {{SP|C}}'''. Pokémon {{SP|C}} cards are classified as "Champion's Pokémon" and have an icon depicting [[Cynthia]] in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon C have "{{SP|C}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|C}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|C}} LV.X) are the same as their {{game|Platinum}} counterparts.
   
 
=== List of Pokémon C ===
 
=== List of Pokémon C ===
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! class="l" | Card
 
! class="l" | Card
 
! class="l" | Expansion
 
! class="l" | Expansion
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Spiritomb}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Spiritomb C|3}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Roserade}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Roserade C|2}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Togekiss}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Togekiss C|8}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Lucario}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fighting}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Lucario C|4}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Milotic}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Milotic C|1}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Garchomp C
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Garchomp C|6}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp vs Charizard SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Garchomp C LV.X
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Garchomp C LV.X|7}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Garchomp vs Charizard SP Deck Kit}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rayquaza}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Altaria}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Garchomp Half Deck|Altaria C|5}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Lickilicky}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Rayquaza C
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Lickilicky C|86}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rayquaza}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rayquaza}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Rayquaza C LV.X
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Rayquaza C|78}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Lickilicky}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rayquaza}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Lickilicky C
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Rayquaza C LV.X|79}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|}
 
|}
   
 
==Pokémon FB==
 
==Pokémon FB==
Pokémon FB are first introduced in Beat of the Frontier. They refer to the {{DL|Frontier Brain|Sinnoh Frontier Brains}}. Pokémon FB cards are classified as "Frontier Brain's Pokémon" and have an icon of the member of the Frontier Brain who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box the same as Pokémon {{SP|4}} and {{SP|G}}.
+
Also debuting in {{TCG|Supreme Victors}} were '''Pokémon {{SP|FB}}'''. Pokémon {{SP|FB}} cards are classified as "Frontier Brain's Pokémon" and have an icon of the [[Frontier Brain]] who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon FB have "{{SP|FB}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|FB}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|FB}} LV.X) are the same as their {{game|Platinum}} counterparts.
   
 
=== List of Pokémon FB ===
 
=== List of Pokémon FB ===
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! class="l" | Expansion
 
! class="l" | Expansion
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Blaziken}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dragonite}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Blaziken FB
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Dragonite FB|73}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Blaziken}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Regigigas}}
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Blaziken FB LV.X
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Regigigas FB|87}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Empoleon}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Skarmory}}
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
+
| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
| class="l" | Empoleon FB
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Skarmory FB|66}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Electivire}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Electivire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
| class="l" | Electivire FB
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Electivire FB|38}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Electivire}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Electivire}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
| class="l" | Electivire FB LV.X
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Electivire FB LV.X|39}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drifblim}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="l" | Drifblim FB
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
 
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dusknoir}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dusknoir}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
| class="l" | Dusknoir FB
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Drifblim FB|50}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Dragonite}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Blaziken}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Blaziken FB|19}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Blaziken}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Blaziken FB LV.X|20}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Staraptor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Dragonite FB
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Staraptor FB|80}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
 
|-
 
|-
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Staraptor}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Staraptor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Staraptor FB
+
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Staraptor FB LV.X|81}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
+
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Empoleon}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Empoleon FB|35}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Butterfree}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Butterfree FB|4}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|-
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drifblim}}
  +
| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Beat of the Frontier|Drifblim FB|50}}
  +
| class="l" | {{TCG|Supreme Victors}}
  +
|}
  +
  +
==Pokémon M==
  +
Debuting in the {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}} were '''Pokémon {{SP|M}}''', which showcase key character's Pokémon from ''[[Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime]]''. Pokémon {{SP|M}} cards are classified as "Movie's Pokémon" and have an icon of the {{pkmn|anime}} character who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon M have "{{SP|M}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.
  +
  +
=== List of Pokémon M ===
  +
{| {{bluetable2|r sortable}}
  +
|- class="l" style="background: #DDDDFF;"
  +
! class="l" | Pokémon
  +
! class="l" class="unsortable" | Type
  +
! class="l" | Card
  +
! class="l" | Expansion
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Chikorita}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Chikorita M|1}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Cyndaquil}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Cyndaquil M|4}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Totodile}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Totodile M|6}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | [[Notched-ear Pichu]]
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| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Notched-ear Pichu M|9}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Dialga}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Dialga M|16}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Palkia}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Palkia M|8}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Giratina}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Giratina M|14}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Bronzong}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Metal}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Bronzong M|15}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Heatran}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Fire}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Heatran M|5}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Heracross}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Heracross M|2}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Beautifly}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Grass}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Beautifly M|3}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Pikachu}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Pikachu M|12}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Pikachu}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Lightning}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|DPt-P Promo|Pikachu M LV.X|43}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|DPt-P Promotional cards}}
 
|-
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Staraptor}}
 
| class="l" | {{TCG|Staraptor}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Staraptor FB LV.X
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Staraptor M|18}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
 
|-
 
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Regigigas}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Piplup}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Water}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Piplup M|7}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Buneary}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
 
| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
| class="l" | Regigigas FB
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Buneary M|19}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Beat of the Frontier}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
 
|-
 
|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Croagunk}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Psychic}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Croagunk M|13}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
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|-
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Meowth}}
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| class="c" | {{e|Colorless}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Movie Random Pack Promo|Meowth M|17}}
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| class="l" | {{TCG|Movie Commemoration Random Pack}}
 
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Pokémon SP are a variant of Pokémon found in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. They debuted in the Platinum expansion, the first of the Platinum Series. They are the successor to Owner's Pokémon.

Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have a stylized "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP also include a suffix in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.

For a list of all Pokémon SP by their designated Pokémon Trainer, see the List of Pokémon SP by Trainer article.

Pokémon G

The first variant of SP Pokémon were Pokémon Pokémon G, released in Platinum. Pokémon Pokémon G cards are classified as "Galactic's Pokémon" (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective Team Galactic owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon G also have "Pokémon G" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:

  • Probopass Pokémon G cannot evolve from Nosepass because it is a Basic Pokémon and because its name is not Probopass.
  • Darkrai Pokémon G cannot be leveled-up into Darkrai LV.X, as its name is not Darkrai.
  • Dialga Pokémon G cannot be leveled-up into Dialga LV.X, but it can be levelled-up into Dialga Pokémon G LV.X.
  • Dialga cannot be leveled-up into Dialga Pokémon G LV.X.
  • One may have 4 Dialga or Dialga LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Dialga Pokémon G or Dialga Pokémon G LV.X.

List of Pokémon G

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Forretress Metal Forretress G Rising Rivals
Carnivine Grass Carnivine G DP Black Star Promos
Toxicroak Psychic Toxicroak G Platinum
Ambipom Colorless Ambipom G Rising Rivals
Toxicroak Fighting Toxicroak G DP Black Star Promos
Skuntank Psychic Skuntank G Platinum
Bronzong Metal Bronzong G Platinum
Probopass Fighting Probopass G DP Black Star Promos
Purugly Colorless Purugly G Platinum
Porygon-Z Colorless Porygon-Z G DPt-P Promotional cards
Gyarados Water Gyarados G Platinum
Crobat Psychic Crobat G Platinum
Houndoom Fire Houndoom G Platinum
Honchkrow Darkness Honchkrow G Platinum
Weavile Darkness Weavile G Platinum
Dialga Metal Dialga G Platinum
Dialga Metal Dialga G LV.X Platinum
Palkia Water Palkia G Platinum
Palkia Water Palkia G LV.X Platinum
Darkrai Darkness Darkrai G Rising Rivals
Electrode Lightning Electrode G Rising Rivals
Charizard Fire Charizard G Supreme Victors
Charizard Fire Charizard G LV.X Supreme Victors
Arcanine Fire Arcanine G Supreme Victors
Camerupt Fire Camerupt G Supreme Victors
Manectric Lightning Manectric G Supreme Victors
Sableye Darkness Sableye G Supreme Victors
Crawdaunt Darkness Crawdaunt G Supreme Victors
Raticate Colorless Raticate G Supreme Victors
Chatot Colorless Chatot G Supreme Victors
Absol Darkness Absol G Supreme Victors
Absol Darkness Absol G LV.X Supreme Victors

Pokémon GL

The second variant of SP Pokémon were Pokémon Pokémon GL, released in Rising Rivals. Pokémon Pokémon GL cards are classified as "Gym Leader's Pokémon" (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar in the same manner of Galactic's Pokémon) and have an icon of the Gym Leader who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon GL have "Pokémon GL" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon Pokémon GL cards (excluding Pokémon Pokémon GL LV.X) are the same as their Pokémon Platinum counterparts.

List of Pokémon GL

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Aerodactyl Fighting Aerodactyl GL Rising Rivals
Rampardos Fighting Rampardos GL Rising Rivals
Turtwig Grass Turtwig GL Rising Rivals
Roserade Grass Roserade GL Rising Rivals
Machamp Fighting Machamp GL Rising Rivals
Lucario Fighting Lucario GL Rising Rivals
Quagsire Water Quagsire GL Rising Rivals
Floatzel Water Floatzel GL Rising Rivals
Floatzel Water Floatzel GL LV.X Rising Rivals
Mismagius Psychic Mismagius GL Rising Rivals
Mismagius Psychic Mismagius GL LV.X Rising Rivals
Gengar Psychic Gengar GL Rising Rivals
Steelix Metal Steelix GL Rising Rivals
Bastiodon Metal Bastiodon GL Rising Rivals
Mamoswine Water Mamoswine GL Rising Rivals
Froslass Water Froslass GL Rising Rivals
Raichu Lightning Raichu GL Rising Rivals
Luxray Lightning Luxray GL Rising Rivals
Luxray Lightning Luxray GL LV.X Rising Rivals

Pokémon 4

Released alongside Pokémon GL in Rising Rivals was another variant of SP Pokémon: Pokémon Pokémon 4. Pokémon Pokémon 4 cards are classified as "Elite Four's Pokémon" and have an icon of the member of the Elite Four who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon 4 have "Pokémon 4" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon (curiously, the English cards still use to depict the 4). The level shown on all Pokémon Pokémon 4 cards (excluding Pokémon Pokémon 4 LV.X) are the same as their Pokémon Platinum counterparts.

List of Pokémon 4

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Yanmega Grass Yanmega 4 Rising Rivals
Heracross Grass Heracross 4 Rising Rivals
Vespiquen Grass Vespiquen 4 Rising Rivals
Scizor Grass Scizor 4 Rising Rivals
Drapion Darkness Drapion 4 Rising Rivals
Gliscor Fighting Gliscor 4 Rising Rivals
Hippowdon Fighting Hippowdon 4 Rising Rivals
Rhyperior Fighting Rhyperior 4 Rising Rivals
Whiscash Fighting Whiscash 4 Rising Rivals
Golem Fighting Golem 4 Rising Rivals
Rapidash Fire Rapidash 4 Rising Rivals
Infernape Fire Infernape 4 Rising Rivals
Infernape Fire Infernape 4 LV.X Rising Rivals
Houndoom Darkness Houndoom 4 Rising Rivals
Flareon Fire Flareon 4 Rising Rivals
Mr. Mime Psychic Mr. Mime 4 Rising Rivals
Espeon Psychic Espeon 4 Rising Rivals
Alakazam Psychic Alakazam 4 Rising Rivals
Alakazam Psychic Alakazam 4 LV.X Rising Rivals
Gallade Psychic Gallade 4 Rising Rivals
Gallade Psychic Gallade 4 LV.X Rising Rivals
Bronzong Psychic Bronzong 4 Rising Rivals

Pokémon C

Debuting in Supreme Victors were Pokémon Pokémon C. Pokémon Pokémon C cards are classified as "Champion's Pokémon" and have an icon depicting Cynthia in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon C have "Pokémon C" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon Pokémon C cards (excluding Pokémon Pokémon C LV.X) are the same as their Pokémon Platinum counterparts.

List of Pokémon C

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Spiritomb Psychic Spiritomb C Supreme Victors
Roserade Psychic Roserade C Supreme Victors
Togekiss Colorless Togekiss C Supreme Victors
Lucario Fighting Lucario C Supreme Victors
Milotic Water Milotic C Supreme Victors
Garchomp Colorless Garchomp C Supreme Victors
Garchomp Colorless Garchomp C LV.X Supreme Victors
Altaria Colorless Altaria C Supreme Victors
Lickilicky Colorless Lickilicky C Supreme Victors
Rayquaza Colorless Rayquaza C Supreme Victors
Rayquaza Colorless Rayquaza C LV.X Supreme Victors

Pokémon FB

Also debuting in Supreme Victors were Pokémon Pokémon FB. Pokémon Pokémon FB cards are classified as "Frontier Brain's Pokémon" and have an icon of the Frontier Brain who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon FB have "Pokémon FB" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on all Pokémon Pokémon FB cards (excluding Pokémon Pokémon FB LV.X) are the same as their Pokémon Platinum counterparts.

List of Pokémon FB

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Dragonite Colorless Dragonite FB Supreme Victors
Regigigas Colorless Regigigas FB Supreme Victors
Skarmory Metal Skarmory FB Supreme Victors
Electivire Lightning Electivire FB Supreme Victors
Electivire Lightning Electivire FB LV.X Supreme Victors
Dusknoir Psychic Drifblim FB Supreme Victors
Blaziken Fire Blaziken FB Supreme Victors
Blaziken Fire Blaziken FB LV.X Supreme Victors
Staraptor Colorless Staraptor FB Supreme Victors
Staraptor Colorless Staraptor FB LV.X Supreme Victors
Empoleon Water Empoleon FB Supreme Victors
Butterfree Grass Butterfree FB Supreme Victors
Drifblim Psychic Drifblim FB Supreme Victors

Pokémon M

Debuting in the Movie Commemoration Random Pack were Pokémon Pokémon M, which showcase key character's Pokémon from Arceus: To a Conquering Spacetime. Pokémon Pokémon M cards are classified as "Movie's Pokémon" and have an icon of the anime character who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon M have "Pokémon M" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.

List of Pokémon M

Pokémon Type Card Expansion
Chikorita Grass Chikorita M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Cyndaquil Fire Cyndaquil M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Totodile Water Totodile M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Notched-ear Pichu Lightning Notched-ear Pichu M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Dialga Metal Dialga M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Palkia Water Palkia M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Giratina Psychic Giratina M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Bronzong Metal Bronzong M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Heatran Fire Heatran M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Heracross Grass Heracross M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Beautifly Grass Beautifly M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Pikachu Lightning Pikachu M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Pikachu Lightning Pikachu M LV.X DPt-P Promotional cards
Staraptor Colorless Staraptor M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Piplup Water Piplup M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Buneary Colorless Buneary M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Croagunk Psychic Croagunk M Movie Commemoration Random Pack
Meowth Colorless Meowth M Movie Commemoration Random Pack