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Darkrai LV.61ダークライ Darkrai

Illus. Wataru Kawahara

Evolution stage

Basic Pokémon

Card name




Hit Points




retreat cost

English expansion

DP Black Star Promos

English card no.


Japanese expansion

DPt-P Promotional cards

Japanese card no.


L-P Promotional cards


For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Darkrai.

Darkrai (Japanese: ダークライ Darkrai) is a Darkness-type Basic Pokémon card. It was first released as one of the DP Black Star Promos.


1 Card text

1.1 Pokédex data

2 Release information 3 Trivia

3.1 Origin

Card text

Darkness Auraあんこくのオーラ

If you have Cresselia in play, Die besten rollenspiele each of Darkrai's attacks does 20 more damage to the Defending Pokémon (before applying Weakness and Resistance).

Hypnoblast さいみんはどう


Flip a coin. If heads, the Defending Pokémon is now Asleep.

Pokédex data

Darkrai - Pitch Black Pokémon





4'11“ (1.5 m)

111.3 lbs. (50.5 kg)

Pokédex entry

To protect itself, it afflicts those around it with nightmares. However, it means no harm.

じぶんを まもるために まわりの ひとや ポケモンに あくむをみせるが ダークライに わるぎは ないのだ。

Release information This card was one of two cards available in the Arceus Three Pack Blisters, released on November 4, 2009. In Japan, it was released as a DPt-P Promotional card and available as a Super Rank prize to members of the Pokémon Daisuki Club. To achieve a Super Rank, players had to accumulate at least 3,200 Action Points (AP). As the TCG transitioned into the LEGEND Era in Japan, the card was reprinted as a L-P Promotional card, which also required 3,200 AP to earn. Due to the relatively short timeframe in which to accumulate the requisite number of points, many members would have been awarded the card after the transition, making the DPt-P print considerably rarer than the L-P print.

Trivia Origin This card's Pokédex entry comes from Pokémon Platinum.

This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

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Pages in category “Ash (TCG)” The following 12 pages are in this category, out of 12 total. A Ash's Aipom (Movie VS Pack 10) Ash's Friendship (Ash vs Team Rocket Deck 25) Ash's Grovyle (Movie VS Pack 1) Ash's Phanpy (Movie VS Pack 4) Ash's Pikachu-GX (Ash vs Team Rocket Deck 5) Ash's Swellow (Movie VS Pack 7) Ash's Torkoal (Movie VS Pack 9) Ash's Treecko (ADV-P Promo 36)P Pikachu M (Movie Random Pack 12) Pikachu M LV.X (DPt-P Promo 43)R Rowlet (Ash vs Team Rocket Deck 1)S Staraptor M (Movie Random Pack 18)

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Since they weren't linked with the addition of the card list, I figured I'd ask here before I went and linked them myself. Wouldn't the Sandile and Krokorok cards be from Beginning Set, the Venipede and Whirlipede cards from Black & White Collection and the Cobalion, Terrakion and Virizion cards from Battle Strength Decks? –Frost (a.k.a. Razzia) 01:02, 17 June 2011 (UTC)

Well, Kookodile and Scolipede are brand new cards, so their pre-evos are probably new. The trio, most likely, but to stay on the safe side… we'll hold off on that speculation.–immewnitythemew 01:19, 17 June 2011 (UTC) The pre evolutions are not new but since the final evos are new, we can't say with certain that they originate from those sets. Also, the trio could be the Red Collection one. MaverickNate 01:25, 17 June 2011 (UTC) Redirect The page “Emerging Powers” should probably redirect to here, at least until such time that it needs to be turned into a disambiguation instead. Unfortunately, I lack the wikimagic knowledge to do this myself. x.x – Saethori 02:13, 23 July 2011 (UTC)

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This article is about a Japanese Pokémon Trading Card Game card which has not yet been officially released in English and, hence, may not be released outside of Japan. As such, this article may contain translated Japanese terms instead of English terms.

Ash's Treecko  サトシのキモリ Satoshi's Kimori

©2003 Pikachu Project

Ash's Treecko




ADV-P Promotional cards


For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Treecko.

Ash's Treecko (Japanese: サトシのキモリ Satoshi's Kimori) is a Grass-type Basic Pokémon card. It is one of the ADV-P Promotional cards.

Quick Attack でんこうせっか


Flip a coin. If heads, this attack does 10 damage plus 20 more damage.

Tail Whap しっぽではたく


This card was distributed in Japan as an insert across two Shogakukan publications in August 2003. These publications were the September 2003 issues of Elementary School 3rd Grade magazine and Elementary School 4th Grade magazine.

This was the first card to depict a Pokémon belonging to Ash. This card lists a Pikachu Project copyright instead of an illustrator. Ash caught a Treecko early on in the Hoenn region, which later evolved into Grovyle and finally Sceptile. Quick Attack is a move in the Pokémon games that Treecko can learn, and is also a move that Ash's Treecko used in the anime.

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Cast & Crew It looks cluttered and unorganized. For other parts, improve the grammar.Raykyogrou0 (talk) 19:03, 4 April 2013 (UTC)

Pokémon Logo The red Pokémon logo is not used in the Philippines. They instead use the default yellow one. –~~ThePokémonFanSince1995~~– 06:23, 25 May 2015 (UTC) While in the XY series, in some cases, they DO use the default one, but most of the time, they use the red one. I've seen the yellow logo apear in some episodes of XY (original). Now, they use the red logo in XYZ. PKMNTGC (talk) 05:37, 20 April 2017 (UTC)

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Metang  メタング Metang

Nintendo Black Star Promo printIllus. Mitsuhiro Arita

Stage 1 PokémonEvolves from Beldum




EX Hidden Legends



Undone Seal

Japanese rarity


Nintendo Black Star Promos




For more information on this Pokémon's species, see Metang.

Metang (Japanese: メタング Metang) is a Metal-type Stage 1 Pokémon card. It was first released as part of the EX Hidden Legends expansion.

2.1 Gallery

Metal Load じりょくアップ

Search your discard pile for a Energy card and attach it to Metang.

Metal Claw メタルクロー


This card was included in the English EX Hidden Legends expansion with artwork by Mitsuhiro Arita, first released in the Japanese Undone Seal expansion. It was later reprinted with new artwork by the same artist as one of the Nintendo Black Star Promos, originating from the Japanese ADV-P Promotional cards. The English print was made available to participants of Stadium Challenges held during July 2004, and features the Stadium Challenge logo in the bottom right corner of the artwork. The Japanese print was available as an insert in Volume 2004 of Pokémon Wonderland, released on December 20, 2003. The original artwork was reprinted again as another ADV-P Promo, available to those who visited the Pokémon Booth at the 19th Next Generation World Hobby Fair, held during January and February 2004. This print features a gold foil “WHF” stamp below the artwork.


EX Hidden Legends printIllus. Mitsuhiro Arita

Diamond & Pearl printIllus. Ken Sugimori

Metal Claw is a move in the Pokémon games that Metang can learn.

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