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Being the largest grouping of cards produced by Media Factory, the PCG Era brought a large release of products before The Pokémon Company took over production starting with Generation IV. Running from the release of Flight of Legends in March 2004 until the release of Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy in July 2006, this era promotes the remakes, Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen and Pokémon Emerald. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese PCG Era of the Trading Card Game.


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Venusaur Random Constructed Starter Deck

The first products of the PCG era were the Random Constructed Starter Decks, released on March 19, 2004, just before the first main PCG era expansion Flight of Legends. One of these was the Venusaur Random Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: ランダム構築スターター フシギバナ★草), which includes the Seed Pokémon Venusaur as a Pokémon-ex card and the rest of its evolutionary family as fixed cards. Three random evolutionary families from a selection of cards exclusive across all three half decks, plus a selection of Trainer and Energy cards make up the remainder of the half deck. It also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Charizard Random Constructed Starter Deck

The second of the random half decks was the Charizard Random Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: ランダム構築スターター リザードン★炎), which featured the Flame Pokémon Charizard and its evolutionary family as fixed cards. The remaining cards included in the deck comprise three random evolutionary families, a block of four that can be found in two of the random half decks, a block of three that can be in all three, a block of two Colorless-type families exclusive to the Charizard half deck, seven random Trainer cards, and eleven Energy cards. The half deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Blastoise Random Constructed Starter Deck

The third of the three random half decks released on March 19, 2004 was the Blastoise Random Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: ランダム構築スターター カメックス★水). The Shellfish Pokémon Blastoise and its prior evolutions are featured as fixed cards, with Blastoise appearing as a Pokémon-ex card. The rest of the half deck is composed in the same way as the other random half decks, with three random evolutionary families, including a block of two Colorless-type families exclusive to the Blastoise half deck, a random selection of Trainer cards, and some Energy cards. A set of damage and status counters, a rulebook, and a coin are also included.

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Deoxys Constructed Starter Deck

The Deoxys Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター デオキシスデッキ) was one of two half decks to be released on July 1, 2004 alongside the Clash of the Blue Sky expansion. Like the main expansion, the half deck revolves around the DNA Pokémon Deoxys, which is featured as a Pokémon-ex card in its Normal Forme, and when combined with those from Clash of the Blue Sky, cover all three of Deoxys' currently revealed formes. The half deck focuses on Grass, Psychic, and Fighting Pokémon, and includes a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Rayquaza Constructed Starter Deck

The Rayquaza Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター レックウザデッキ), together with the Deoxys Constructed Starter Deck, was released alongside the Clash of the Blue Sky expansion on July 1, 2004. The pairing of Deoxys and Rayquaza as the half deck's focal Pokémon are likely a reference to their appearance in the upcoming movie Destiny Deoxys. Rayquaza is featured as a Pokémon-ex card, with the remainder of the half deck comprising Fire, Water, and Lightning Pokémon. The half deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sky-Splitting Deoxys

Celebrating the release of Destiny Deoxys in cinemas, the Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sky-Splitting Deoxys (Japanese: 映画公開記念VSパック 裂空のデオキシス) was made available first on July 17, 2004 exclusively in Pokémon Centers, followed by a more general release on August 14, 2004. Prominent Pokémon include Sky-Splitting Deoxys, featured in two of its formes and Sky's Rayquaza. Other cards include Pokémon native to the movie's primary setting LaRousse City, as well as Pokémon belonging to characters appearing in the movie. The half deck also comes with a special lenticular image card depicting the formes of Sky-Splitting Deoxys, a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Black Deck Kit

Much like the Magma and Aqua Deck Kits released during the ADV era, two Team Rocket-inspired deck kits were made available upon the release of the Rocket Gang Strikes Back expansion on October 15, 2004. The first is the Black Deck Kit (Japanese: 構築済みデッキ ロケット団ハーフデッキW -black-), which includes predominantly Grass, Fire, and Fighting Pokémon, a handful of which are Dark Pokémon. All Dark Pokémon are dual-typed with Darkness. The deck kit contains two half decks, plus a rulebook and coin.

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Silver Deck Kit

The second Team Rocket-themed deck kit made available on October 15, 2004 was the Silver Deck Kit (Japanese: 構築済みデッキ ロケット団ハーフデッキW -silver-). Much like the Black Deck Kit, it contains two half decks allowing varying levels of play, focusing primarily on Water, Lightning, and Colorless Pokémon. All Dark Pokémon included in the kit are dual-typed with Darkness, while the Pokémon-ex card Rocket's Articuno ex is purely Darkness-type. The kit also comes with a rulebook and a coin.

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Gift Box Emerald

Following the release of Pokémon Emerald, the Gift Box Emerald (Japanese: ギフトボックス エメラルドver.) was made available on November 19, 2004. The gift box includes two half decks: one featuring the DNA Pokémon Deoxys, the other featuring the Sky High Pokémon Rayquaza. Both are also featured as Pokémon-ex in their respective half decks, with Deoxys immortalized in both its Normal Forme and newly revealed Speed Forme. The gift box comes with everything required for two players to enjoy the game: a rulebook, a set of damage and status counters, a coin, and two individual play mats. All of the items are presented in a metal carry case.

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Grass Quick Construction Pack

A collection of six 15-card quarter decks were released on January 16, 2005, each one focusing on a specific type in the TCG. The Grass Quick Construction Pack (Japanese: クイック•コンストラクション•パック タイプユニット:草) includes only Grass-type Pokémon and features the Scarecrow Pokémon Cacturne as a Pokémon-ex card. The pack also includes a rulebook and a coin.

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Fire Quick Construction Pack

The Fire Quick Construction Pack (Japanese: クイック•コンストラクション•パック タイプユニット:炎) is one of the six Quick Construction Packs and focuses on primarily Fire-type Pokémon, with the Eruption Pokémon Camerupt as a Pokémon-ex card. In addition to the cards, the pack also comes with a rulebook and a coin.

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Water Quick Construction Pack

The Water Quick Construction Pack (Japanese: クイック•コンストラクション•パック タイプユニット:水) includes solely Water-type Pokémon plus a selection of Trainer cards and Energy cards, with the Tender Pokémon Milotic featured as the central Pokémon-ex card. A rulebook and a coin also come with the pack.

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Lightning Quick Construction Pack

As one of the Quick Construction Packs, the Lightning Quick Construction Pack (Japanese: クイック•コンストラクション•パック タイプユニット:雷) predominantly features only one type of Pokémon: Lightning. Among these are the Mouse Pokémon Raichu, which appears as a Pokémon-ex. The pack includes a rulebook and a coin as well.

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Psychic Quick Construction Pack

Released as one of the six Quick Construction Packs, the Psychic Quick Construction Pack (Japanese: クイック•コンストラクション•パック タイプユニット:超) includes a selection of purely Psychic-type Pokémon, with the Beckon Pokémon Dusclops featured as the staple Pokémon-ex card. A rulebook and a coin are also included.

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Fighting Quick Construction Pack

The Fighting Quick Construction Pack (Japanese: クイック•コンストラクション•パック タイプユニット:闘) rounds off the collection of Quick Construction Packs and represents Fighting-type Pokémon. The Meditate Pokémon Medicham is featured as the pack's Pokémon-ex card, which also comes with a rulebook and a coin.

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Black Team Rocket Special Box

Released during January 2005 was a special version of the Black Deck Kit called the Black Team Rocket Special Box (Japanese: ロケット団スペシャルボックス -black-). This box features the Atrocious Pokémon Gyarados on the front and comes packaged with a full Black Deck Kit, two Rocket Gang Strikes Back booster packs, and one Holofoil promotional card.

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Silver Team Rocket Special Box

Available alongside the Black Rocket Gang Special Box was the Silver Team Rocket Special Box (Japanese: ロケット団スペシャルボックス -silver-), which includes similar contents to its counterpart. The box, which features the Armor Pokémon Tyranitar on the front, includes one Silver Deck Kit, two Rocket Gang Strikes Back booster packs, and a Cosmos Holofoil promotional card featuring Raikou.

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Meganium Constructed Starter Deck

The PCG era began revisiting aspects of Generation II with the release of three half decks on March 5, 2005, leading up to the release of the Golden Sky, Silvery Ocean expansion. The Meganium Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター メガニウムex★草) features the evolutionary family of Chikorita, with its final evolution Meganium included as a Pokémon-ex card. In addition to these Grass-type Pokémon, the half deck also has Psychic and Colorless Pokémon, and comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters and a coin.

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Typhlosion Constructed Starter Deck

The Typhlosion Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構構築済みスターター バクフーンex★炎) is one of three half decks released on March 5, 2005 featuring the evolutionary families of the Generation II starter Pokémon. This half deck focuses on Cyndaquil, with its final evolution Typhlosion appearing as a Pokémon-ex card. These Fire-type Pokémon accompany other Fighting and Colorless Pokémon in the half deck, which also includes a rulebook, damage counters, status counters and a coin.

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Feraligatr Constructed Starter Deck

The third half deck released on March 5, 2005 was the Feraligatr Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター オーダイルex★水), which includes Water, Lightning, and Colorless Pokémon. The evolutionary family of Totodile is the main focus of the half deck, with its final evolution Feraligatr featured as a Pokémon-ex card. The half deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters and a coin.

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PokéPark Premium File Blue Sheet

Celebrating the opening of the first PokéPark theme park in Japan on March 18, 2005, two special card sheets were made available in limited quantities of 1000 to visitors. The PokéPark Premium File Blue Sheet (Japanese: ポケパークプレミアムファイル ブルーシート) contains nine cards, all of which are illustrated by Kouki Saitou and primarily feature Legendary Pokémon.

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PokéPark Premium File Forest Sheet

The PokéPark Premium File Forest Sheet (Japanese: ポケパークプレミアムファイル フォレストシート) was made available alongside the PokéPark Premium File Blue Sheet and includes nine cards, all illustrated by Kanako Eo. Unlike the Blue Sheet, all of the cards from the Forest Sheet belong to PokéPark, and were subsequently not translated into any other language.

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Mirage's Mew Constructed Starter Deck

The Mirage's Mew Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター まぼろしのミュウ) was released alongside the Mirage Forest expansion on June 30, 2005, and is named in accordance with the backstory established for the expansion. The New Species Pokémon Mew is included among a few Psychic-types, as is the Marionette Pokémon Banette as a Pokémon-ex. Lightning and Colorless-type Pokémon are also included, as well as the Battle Frontier Trainer card, previously released in the English EX Emerald expansion. The half deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters and a coin.

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Master Kit

The Master Kit (Japanese: マスターキット) was released on July 15, 2005 and features the new Generation IV Pokémon Lucario on the box art. The kit contains two 15-card quarter decks, as well as a 12-card side deck that allows players to develop various play strategies. The Sky High Pokémon Rayquaza and Aura Pokémon Lucario are both included as Pokémon-ex cards, but arguably the kit's most interesting inclusion is the CD-ROM that features a listing of nearly every card released from Expansion Pack to Mirage Forest. The kit also comes with a large rulebook, damage counters, status counters, a play mat, and a coin.

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Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Aura's Lucario

The Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Aura's Lucario (Japanese: 映画公開記念VSパック 波導のルカリオ) was made available first on July 16, 2005 in Pokémon Centers and celebrates the release of Lucario and the Mystery of Mew in cinemas. A more general release of the half deck followed on August 5, 2005. The half deck features primarily Pokémon belonging to characters portrayed in the movie, with a couple native to the movie's setting Rota. The half deck also comes with damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Holon Research Tower Fire Quarter Deck

The Holon Research Tower Fire Quarter Deck (Japanese: ホロンの研究塔ハーフデッキ1/2炎EX) was one of three 15-card decks to be released following the Holon Research Tower expansion. The deck was initially released exclusively in Pokémon Centers on September 30, 2005, but made more widely available on October 7, 2005. The deck primarily includes Fire-type Pokémon, with Flareon ex as the focal card. Two of the newly created δ Delta Species Pokémon are also included, as is a rulebook.

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Holon Research Tower Water Quarter Deck

The Holon Research Tower Water Quarter Deck (Japanese: ホロンの研究塔ハーフデッキ1/2水EX) was among the three 15-card decks to be made available following the release of the Holon Research Tower expansion. While Water-type Pokémon are the focus, it is the only deck of the three to include fully evolved δ Delta Species Pokémon, which share Metal as a secondary type. Vaporeon ex is the deck's featured card, which also comes with a rulebook.

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Holon Research Tower Lightning Quarter Deck

Released in Pokémon Centers on September 30, 2005, followed by a more general release on October 7, 2005, the Holon Research Tower Lightning Quarter Deck (Japanese: ホロンの研究塔ハーフデッキ1/2雷EX) was another 15-card deck to feature primarily one type and a Pokémon-ex variant of an Eeveelution. Lightning-type Pokémon and Jolteon ex are the focus, along with two new δ Delta Species Pokémon. The deck also comes with a rulebook.

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Gift Box Mew • Lucario

The Gift Box Mew • Lucario (Japanese: ギフトボックス ミュウ•ルカリオver.) was released on November 16, 2005 and features the New Species Pokémon Mew and the Aura Pokémon Lucario following their appearances in Lucario and the Mystery of Mew in two of the four packaged quarter decks. The other two quarter decks feature the Rogue Pokémon Crawdaunt and the Bite Pokémon Mightyena. All featured Pokémon appear as Pokémon-ex in their respective decks. The gift box also includes two special Pokémon Star cards: Pikachu and Mewtwo, as well as a rulebook, a set of damage and status counters, a play mat, and a coin.

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Earth's Groudon ex Constructed Starter Deck

The Earth's Groudon ex Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター 大地のグラードンex) was one of two half decks released in conjunction with the Miracle Crystal expansion on March 10, 2006, though both received an early release via Pokémon Centers on March 3, 2006. The half deck primarily features several starter Pokémon and some of their evolutions, which include Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Mudkip. The Legendary Continent Pokémon Groudon is included as the central Pokémon-ex card. The half deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Ocean's Kyogre ex Constructed Starter Deck

The second of two half decks accompanying the Miracle Crystal expansion was the Ocean's Kyogre ex Constructed Starter Deck (Japanese: 構築済みスターター 大海のカイオーガex). This half deck covers the remaining Generation I and III starter Pokémon and some of their evolutions: Squirtle, Treecko, and Torchic, with the Legendary Sea Basin Pokémon Kyogre featured as a Pokémon-ex card. The half deck includes a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Shockwave! Tyranitar ex Constructed Standard Deck

The Shockwave! Tyranitar ex Constructed Standard Deck (Japanese: 構築済みデッキ 雷震!バンギラスex) is one of two full 60-card decks released on June 29, 2006 alongside the Offense and Defense of the Furthest Ends expansion. The deck includes Lightning and Fighting-types, most of which are δ Delta Species Pokémon, with Tyranitar ex featured as the central Pokémon. The deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Imprison! Gardevoir ex Constructed Standard Deck

The other 60-card deck released alongside the Offense and Defense of the Furthest Ends expansion was the Imprison! Gardevoir ex Constructed Standard Deck (Japanese: 構築済みデッキ 封印!サーナイトex). As the name of the deck implies, the Embrace Pokémon Gardevoir is featured as a Pokémon-ex card, along with other Psychic and Fire-type Pokémon. The majority of the Pokémon included in the deck are δ Delta Species Pokémon. The deck also comes with a rulebook, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy

The last item of PCG era merchandise was the Movie Commemoration VS Pack: Sea's Manaphy (Japanese: 映画公開記念VSパック 蒼海のマナフィ), first released on July 15, 2006 in Pokémon Centers to celebrate the release of Pokémon Ranger and the Temple of the Sea in cinemas. The half deck subsequently became more widely available on August 4, 2006. It features Pokémon belonging to characters from the movie, a handful native to Samiya Temple, plus the Legendary Seafaring Pokémon Manaphy. The half deck also comes with damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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