Pokémon Stadium Action 3D's

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The Pokémon Stadium Action 3D's Collector's Folder

Pokémon Stadium Action 3D's were a set of lenticular cards released in 1999 to 2000 to commemorate the Pokémon Stadium (English) game in Australia. They were obtainable as individual giveaways in chip packets such as Twisties and Lay's. A collectible folder was also available, which came with the bonus 51/50 Meowth 'Special' card. Both the folder and cards were licensed under the Nintendo brand.

The set is made of 51 cards. The Action and Evolutionary cards feature a black border and an elemental background, whereas the Special cards have a navy blue border and gray background. All card types featured the Pokémon's name, height, weight, typing, and a set of four moves. Only the Action and Special varieties included detailed descriptions on the back of the card. The cards are rectangular and 4 centimeters tall by 5 centimeters long dimension.

Pokémon Stadium Action 3D's

Evolution 3D's

Set # Front Name
01 None.png Bulbasaur/Ivysaur/Venusaur
02 None.png Charmander/Charmeleon/Charizard
03 Stadium Action 3Ds 03.jpg Squirtle/Wartortle/Blastoise
05 None.png Weedle/Kakuna/Beedrill
06 Stadium Action 3Ds 06.jpg Rattata/Raticate
07 Stadium Action 3Ds 07.jpg Ekans/Arbok
08 Stadium Action 3Ds 08.jpg Sandshrew/Sandslash
09 Stadium Action 3Ds 09.jpg Nidoran♀/Nidorina/Nidoqueen
10 Stadium Action 3Ds 10.jpg Nidoran♂/Nidorino/Nidoking
11 Stadium Action 3Ds 11.jpg Clefairy/Clefable
12 Stadium Action 3Ds 12.jpg Jigglypuff/Wigglytuff
13 None.png Oddish/Gloom/Vileplume
14 Stadium Action 3Ds 14.jpg Paras/Parasect
15 Stadium Action 3Ds 15.jpg Venonat/Venomoth
16 Stadium Action 3Ds 16.jpg Diglett/Dugtrio
17 Stadium Action 3Ds 17.jpg Psyduck/Golduck
20 Stadium Action 3Ds 20.jpg Poliwag/Poliwhirl/Poliwrath
21 Stadium Action 3Ds 21.jpg Abra/Kadabra/Alakazam
22 Stadium Action 3Ds 22.jpg Machop/Machoke/Machamp
23 None.png Tentacool/Tentacruel
25 None.png Slowpoke/Slowbro
38 Stadium Action 3Ds 38.jpg Eevee/Vaporeon
39 Stadium Action 3Ds 39.jpg Eevee/Jolteon
40 None.png | Eevee/Flareon

Action 3D’s

Set # Image Name Description
04 None.png Butterfree Butterfree can fly! When fighting, Butterfree flaps its wings very fast, filling the air with toxic dust. Two of its favourite attacks are Sleep Powder, which sends an enemy snoozing, and Stun Spore, which paralyzes an enemy so it can’t move. Be sure to keep lots of Awakening potion in your first aid kit before doing battle with this beautiful but dangerous Pokémon.
18 Stadium Action 3Ds 18.jpg Primeape Primeape won't give up on a chase until it has caught its enemy. If you make eye contact with this bad tempered ape, get ready to run for your life! Its Karate Chop technique is impressive.
19 None.png Arcanine Arcanine’s beauty has been admired for centuries. It runs so quickly and easily it looks like its flying. Arcanine makes a loyal pet, but be sure to train it well or it may bite any friends or family members who get too close to you.
24 Stadium Action 3Ds 24.jpg Geodude Geodude Rocks! It hangs out in fields and mountains. But unless you bother it, Geodude robably won't move. In fact most passersby just think it's a rock or boulder. Not much fun – unless you're into the pet rock thing. Paint it multicolours and see if Geodude notices. Watch out though, Geodude's rock-hard skin makes it hard to attack – and almost impossible to capture.
26 Stadium Action 3Ds 26.jpg Doduo Doduo can't fly very well. But they are so fast they don't need to. Doduo have giant feet that leave huge footprints in the ground.
27 None.png Grimer Grimer and Muk love dirt and slime. So it's not surprising they tend to hang around with Team Rocket. Grimer can actually be used as a natural pollution processing plant because it likes to suck up the sludge that is pumped out of factories and gym lockers.
28 None.png Hypno Hypno carries around a special pendant for hypnotizing that emits sleep waves. Drowzee and hypno may not be the most powerful Pokémon, but their opponents won't be in any shape to fight back.
29 Stadium Action 3Ds 29.jpg Hitmonlee “The kicking fiend”. Hitmonlee completely depends on its ferocious footwork in battle. First, Hitmonlee will Meditate to increase its attack power. Then it will take down an opponent with one its many kicking attacks. When Hitmonlee is in a rush, its legs grow steadily. Then it can run smoothly with long, easy strides.
30 Stadium Action 3Ds 30.jpg Koffing Koffing is not a good Pokémon to carry around if you're allergic to toxic fumes. Koffing likes ot store several types of toxic gases in its body at once. Unfortunately, this rotten combo of gases often makes Koffing explode without warning.
31 Stadium Action 3Ds 31.jpg Seaking From Water Queen to Seaking – as Goldeen evolves, its skill with its horn increases. In the fall, Seaking can be swimming powerfully up rivers and creeks for the spawning season.
32 Stadium Action 3Ds 32.jpg Starmie Starmie is an impressive sight to see. The jewel at its center is highly valued. Its glows with the seven colours of the rainbow. Starmie cannot move as easily as its unevolved form, but its many sided skin gives it a lot of protection.
33 None.png Scyther This terrifying Pokémon may be a Bug-type, but it seems to have just as much in common with the dinosaurs. Its razor-edged wings make its Slash technique a killer. Add to that ninja-like speed and sharpness and the enemy is down for the count! This is one Pokémon to avoid if you're a beginner Trainer.
34 Stadium Action 3Ds 34.jpg Electabuzz Electabuzz are attracted to strong sources of energy. So it's no surprise that they're usually found near power plants. Watch out! If they wander away Electabuzz can cause blackouts in major cities.
35 None.png Tauros Tauros is stubborn as a bull – to say the least. Its hot-headed temper makes it a challenge to control, even for an advanced Trainer. To attack an enemy, Tauros charges violently as it whips its opponent with its tails.
36 None.png Gyarados Its hard to believe this large snake-like creature evolved from the weak Magikarp. Even more amazing is that it changed from a single Water-type to a dual Water/Flying-type. That gives this rare Gyarados unbelievable power. This Pokémon has a nasty temper – so approach it with caution. Its fangs can crush stones, and its scales are harder than steel.
37 Stadium Action 3Ds 37.jpg Lapras Sadly, Lapras is nearly extinct. Lapras isn’t bitter, though. This gentle, good natured creature gladly carries passengers across small bodies of water.
41 None.png Zapdos 'Zapdos, The second legendary bird'. It's a powerful and awe-inspiring combination of Electric and Flying-types. Legend says that Zapdos appears from the clouds while blasting huge bolts of lightning. Its Light Screen defense cuts the amount of damage it receives from other techniques in half. Approach with caution.
42 Stadium Action 3Ds 42.jpg Dragonite This rare water dweller has hardly ever been seen. Its ancient ancestors were probably the winged dragons of fairy tales. Dragonite is said to be as smart as any human.

Special 3D’s

Set # Image Name Description
43 None.png Charizard The fully evolved Charizard is on fire! The flames it spits are so hot, they can melt boulders. If Charizard gets carried away, it can start a forest fire.
44 None.png Pikachu This supercute lightning mouse is the most famous Pokémon of all. Pikachu can zap an opponent with its electric power just be squeezing its cheeks. When too many are in the same place, their electricity can cause lightning storms and power outages in nearby cities! Pikachu do not like to be inside Poké Balls. It frightens them. Pikachu make good companions for Charmander and Squirtle.
45 Stadium Action 3Ds 45.jpg Poliwhirl Once Poliwag evolves into Poliwhirl it can live in or out of water. Once out of the water it sweats to keep its body slimy. It uses a variety of mid powers, like Amnesia, to make it more powerful.
46 Stadium Action 3Ds 46.jpg Gengar Gengar is a ghastly ghoul and a mischievous might. When there is a full Moon, this Pokémon likes to scare people by pretending to be their shadow. Then Gengar laughs at their fear.
47 Stadium Action 3Ds 47.jpg Electrode Electrode, a.k.a. Bomb Ball, is full of electrical power. It stores electric energy under very high pressure. Watch out! It explodes often and for no reason at all.
48 Stadium Action 3Ds 48.jpg Kabutops Kabuto evolves into Kabutops, whose sleek shape is ideal for swimming. During its vicious attack, Kabutops cuts and drains its enemy's body with its sharp claws.
49 Stadium Action 3Ds 49.jpg Aerodactyl Aerodactyl can't be captured in the wild. It must be cloned in the Pokémon Lab using Old Amber from the Pewter City Museum. This prehistoric terror could be deadly if it got into the wrong hands. Aerodactyl goes straight for an enemy's throat with its sawlike fangs.
50 Stadium Action 3Ds 50.jpg Mewtwo Mewtwo is the most difficult Pokémon to capture. Mewtwo was created in the lab on Cinnabar Island after years of research on DNA and gene splicing. Scientists were able to genetically process the cells of Mew, the rarest Pokémon on Earth, to create the ultimate fighting machine, Mewtwo. If you defeat Mewtwo, you will be worthy of the title World’s Greatest Pokémon Master.
51 None.png Meowth Meowth is ferocious. As a member of the evil Team Rocket, its mission is to help Jessie and James capture and mistreat rare Pokémon. It especially wants Pikachu. Meowth is ambitious and crafty, but it misses important details in its hurry to attack – which always leads to its own failure. Meowth adores round objects.

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