Kadabra (Skyridge 69)

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ユンゲラー Yungerer
Illus. Toshinao Aoki
Evolution stage
063 Stage 1 Pokémon
Evolves from Abra
Card name Kadabra
Type Psychic
Hit Points 70
retreat cost
English expansion Skyridge
Rarity Common
English card no. 69/144
Japanese expansion Split Earth
Japanese rarity Common
Japanese card no. 041/088
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Kadabra.

Kadabra (Japanese: ユンゲラー Yungerer) is a Psychic-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is part of the Skyridge expansion.

Card text

Colorless Nightmare
The Defending Pokémon is now Asleep.
PsychicColorlessColorless Mind Shock
Don't apply Weakness and Resistance.

e-Reader data

This card's ID is E-21-#. The short strip contains Pokédex information, a brief card summary, and information on the content of the long strip.

Pokédex data

Kadabra - Psi Pokémon
No. Height Weight
064 4'03" (1.3 m) 125.0 lbs. (56.5 kg)
Pokédex entry
When it closes its eyes, twice as many alpha particles come out of the surface of its body.
つよい せいしんりょくの もちぬし。 ピンチに なれば なるほど のうりょくが かたまっていく。

Hidden Poké-Power

The long strip contains data for an additional Poké-Power this card can use:

You can use this power once during your turn (before your attack), if Kadabra is your Active Pokémon. This Poké-Power lets each player draw a number of cards from his or her deck. This power can't be used when Kadabra is affected by a Special Condition.

Selecting "Yes" reveals the number of cards.


This was the final appearance of Kadabra in the TCG, despite Alakazam being included in other expansions since. Likely due to Uri Geller's history of lawsuits with Nintendo over Kadabra's Japanese name's similarity to his own. Mysterious Treasures contained the final appearance of Abra and had an attack that allowed it to evolve directly into an Alakazam.


Nightmare is a move in the Pokémon games that Kadabra can learn via TM50 in Generation II. This card's English e-Reader Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Crystal, whereas the Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Gold.

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