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Battle Figures are 2-inch Pokémon figurines distributed by Tomy and Hasbro from 1998 to 2003. Included in the basic sets were two figurines, a Poké Ball or Master Ball and two Battle Discs.
The same figurines were also distributed in other packs by Hasbro, namely Poké Ball Blaster, Poké-Packs, Grabber Ball, and Deluxe Trainers.
Battle Figures Sets
The original sets were released incrementally.
Reverse of the first and second releases
This first release was available starting in November 1998 and later many of these were retired for the United States market.
Rattata and Raticate
Rattata retired as of October 30, 2000 and Raticate retired as of November 30, 2000
Sandshrew and Sandslash
Sandshrew retired as of October 19, 1999 and Sandslash retired as of August 31, 2000.
Meowth and Gengar
Gengar retired as of July 31, 2000 and Meowth retired as of December 30, 2000
Geodude and Golem
Geodude retired as of June 22, 2000 and Golem retired as of August 31, 2000
This second release was available starting in May 1999 and later all of these were retired for the United States market.
A selection of Battle Discs
This third release was available starting in September 1999 and later many of these were retired for the United States market.
This fourth release was available starting in November 1999 and later all of these were retired for the United States market.
These sets were only available from Target.
Master Quest sets
See also: Poké-Packs
Mewtwo Special Edition Battle Set