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PROMO CARDS (NINTENDO)
Nin-ni-ni-nintendo!

Set Size: in the US
When Nintendo took over the game, they reset the number system; their first promo was #1 as opposed to #54.

Release Date: June 2003 to... in the US
As long as Nintendo runs the game, they'll run the promos.

Other Goodies:
• Nope.

Symbol: There symbol for Promo cards is a star with the word "Promo" in it (so you'll know it's a Promo card!)

Name:

Number:
Released:

Event:

History:

Kyogre-ex

01
June 2003

Scrye Magazine, Nintendo Power Promo

Nintendo's first promo card, a reprint of the first promo card released for ADV1 in Japan.

Groudon-ex

02
June 2003

Scrye Magazine, Nintendo Power Promo

Nintendo's second promo, a reprind of the first promo card released for ADV1 in Japan. Both Kyogre-ex and Groudon-ex were released in both Scyre and Nintendo Power magazine, obviously to help promote the new game by Nintendo.

   
       

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