Rapidash (Wizards Promo 51)

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ギャロップ Gallop
Illus. Mitsuhiro Arita
Evolution stage
Stage 1 Pokémon
Evolves from Ponyta
Card name Rapidash
Type Fire
HP 60
retreat cost
English expansion Wizards Black Star Promos
English card no. 51
Japanese expansion P Promotional cards
Japanese card no. 011/P
For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Rapidash.

Rapidash (Japanese: ギャロップ Gallop) is a Fire-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It is one of the Wizards Black Star Promos.

Card text

ColorlessColorless Jump Over
If your opponent has any Benched Pokémon, choose 1 of them. Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 20 damage to that Pokémon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)
FireFireColorless Super Singe
Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokémon is now Burned.

e-Reader data

This card's ID is Z-07-#. The short strip contains Pokédex information, a brief card summary, and information on the content of the long strip.

Pokédex data

Rapidash - Fire Horse Pokémon
No. Height Weight
078 5'07" (1.7 m) 209.0 lbs. (95.0 kg)
Pokédex entry
It just loves to gallop. The faster it goes, the longer the swaying flames of its mane will become.
かけぬけるとき 4ほんの あしは ほとんど じめんに ふれていない。  それほどに はやく うごけるのだ。


The long strip contains data for the Fire Hoops mini-game. Ho-Oh is also required to play it.

Release information

This card was released as one of the Wizards Black Star Promos, originally released as one of the Japanese P Promotional cards. In Japan, it was available as an insert with the January 2002 issue of CoroCoro Comic, released on December 15, 2001. The English version was first available at Pokémon Center New York in November 2002. This version has a "Pokémon Center NY" stamp underneath the illustration. Another version lacking the stamp was available as an insert with the November 2002 issue of Nintendo Power magazine.



This card's English e-Reader Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Crystal, whereas the Japanese entry comes from Pokémon Gold.

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