List of Pokémon Trading Card Game Sets

List Of Pokémon Trading Card Game Sets

This is a list of expansion sets for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

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List Of Pokémon Trading Card Game Sets - Promotional Cards
... Throughout the course of the Trading Card Game, there have been many promotional cards released ... There have been many error cards as well ... Promotional cards have a star that indicates that they are promotional, and the "expansion" symbol is a five-pointed black star has the word "PROMO" written across as white ...

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