List of cards by index number (TCG GB1)

For a similar list from Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!, see List of cards by index number (TCG GB2).

This is a list of the 228 cards available in the video game Pokémon Trading Card Game, organized by their index number.


The ordering system and usage are the same in Pokémon Trading Card Game and Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!, except the first game uses a 1-byte system while the second game uses a 2-byte system. Additionally, the second game has more cards.

Ordering system

The index number order is organized in this way: first the Energy cards, then the Pokémon cards, then the Trainer cards. All Pokémon cards available in this game are from the Generation I. The Pokémon cards are separated by type, in this order: Grass, Fire, Water, Lightning, Fighting, Psychic, and Colorless. Then, they are organized by their Kanto Pokédex number, which is the same as their National Pokédex number. The number is printed on each card.

All cards of the same name are listed together. The only available Pokémon variations in this game are Flying Pikachu and Surfing Pikachu, which are listed after the normal Pikachu. All evolutionary families are listed together, except for Eevee's family which is split so each evolution is found together with the cards of their own type. Pokémon cards with the same name are organized by their level.

Usage in game

The index number is hidden from view, but the cards are often organized by their index number nonetheless. In some places which may lists cards in a random order, pressing Select causes the cards to be organized by index number. They include the player's hand, deck (when visible due to the effect of cards such as such as Energy Search or Poké Ball), the discard pile, and the list of cards received in a booster pack.

The card catalogue (a list of all cards owned by the player) and the deck editing screen are distributed in nine pages and organized by their index numbers, except the Energy cards are at the last page rather than the first. The first seven are Pokémon types, and the other two are Trainer cards, and Energy cards. The cards in a set (which can be viewed by using the "Card album" option in the PC), the deck confirmation screen (a summary of the current deck, accessed by the "Confirm" command in the deck editing screen) and the decks available in the Auto Deck Machine and Deck Save Machine are organized by the index number.

List of cards

Index numbers
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
01   Grass Energy   E
02   Fire Energy   E
03   Water Energy   E
04   Lightning Energy   E
05   Fighting Energy   E
06   Psychic Energy   E
07   Double Colorless Energy   E  
08   Bulbasaur    
09   Ivysaur    
0A   Venusaur    
0B   Venusaur    
0C   Caterpie    
0D   Metapod    
0E   Butterfree    
0F   Weedle    
10   Kakuna    
11   Beedrill    
12   Ekans    
13   Arbok    
14   Nidoran♀    
15   Nidorina    
16   Nidoqueen    
17   Nidoran♂    
18   Nidorino    
19   Nidoking    
1A   Zubat    
1B   Golbat    
1C   Oddish    
1D   Gloom    
1E   Vileplume    
1F   Paras    
20   Parasect    
21   Venonat    
22   Venomoth    
23   Bellsprout    
24   Weepinbell    
25   Victreebel    
26   Grimer    
27   Muk    
28   Exeggcute    
29   Exeggutor    
2A   Koffing    
2B   Weezing    
2C   Tangela    
2D   Tangela    
2E   Scyther    
2F   Pinsir    
30   Charmander    
31   Charmeleon    
32   Charizard    
33   Vulpix    
34   Ninetales    
35   Ninetales    
36   Growlithe    
37   Arcanine  
38   Arcanine    
39   Ponyta    
3A   Rapidash    
3B   Magmar    
3C   Magmar    
3D   Flareon    
3E   Flareon    
3F   Moltres    
40   Moltres    
41   Squirtle    
42   Wartortle    
43   Blastoise    
44   Psyduck    
45   Golduck    
46   Poliwag    
47   Poliwhirl    
48   Poliwrath    
49   Tentacool    
4A   Tentacruel    
4B   Seel    
4C   Dewgong    
4D   Shellder    
4E   Cloyster    
4F   Krabby    
50   Kingler    
51   Horsea    
52   Seadra    
53   Goldeen    
54   Seaking    
55   Staryu    
56   Starmie    
57   Magikarp    
58   Gyarados    
59   Lapras    
5A   Vaporeon    
5B   Vaporeon    
5C   Omanyte    
5D   Omastar    
5E   Articuno    
5F   Articuno    
60   Pikachu    
61   Pikachu    
62   Pikachu  
63   Pikachu  
64   Flying Pikachu  
65   Surfing Pikachu  
66   Surfing Pikachu  
67   Raichu    
68   Raichu    
69   Magnemite    
6A   Magnemite    
6B   Magneton    
6C   Magneton    
6D   Voltorb    
6E   Electrode    
6F   Electrode    
70   Electabuzz  
71   Electabuzz    
72   Jolteon    
73   Jolteon    
74   Zapdos    
75   Zapdos    
76   Zapdos    
77   Sandshrew    
78   Sandslash    
79   Diglett    
7A   Dugtrio    
7B   Mankey    
7C   Primeape    
7D   Machop    
7E   Machoke    
7F   Machamp    
80   Geodude    
81   Graveler    
82   Golem    
83   Onix    
84   Cubone    
85   Marowak    
86   Marowak    
87   Hitmonlee    
88   Hitmonchan    
89   Rhyhorn    
8A   Rhydon    
8B   Kabuto    
8C   Kabutops    
8D   Aerodactyl    
8E   Abra    
8F   Kadabra    
90   Alakazam    
91   Slowpoke  
92   Slowpoke    
93   Slowbro    
94   Gastly    
95   Gastly    
96   Haunter    
97   Haunter    
98   Gengar    
99   Drowzee    
9A   Hypno    
9B   Mr. Mime    
9C   Jynx    
9D   Mewtwo    
9E   Mewtwo  
9F   Mewtwo  
A0   Mew  
A1   Mew  
A2   Mew    
A3   Pidgey    
A4   Pidgeotto    
A5   Pidgeot    
A6   Pidgeot    
A7   Rattata    
A8   Raticate    
A9   Spearow    
AA   Fearow    
AB   Clefairy    
AC   Clefable    
AD   Jigglypuff  
AE   Jigglypuff    
AF   Jigglypuff    
B0   Wigglytuff    
B1   Meowth    
B2   Meowth    
B3   Persian    
B4   Farfetch'd    
B5   Doduo    
B6   Dodrio    
B7   Lickitung    
B8   Chansey    
B9   Kangaskhan    
BA   Tauros    
BB   Ditto    
BC   Eevee    
BD   Porygon    
BE   Snorlax    
BF   Dratini    
C0   Dragonair    
C1   Dragonite    
C2   Dragonite    
C3   Professor Oak T  
C4   Impostor Professor Oak T  
C5   Bill T  
C6   Mr. Fuji T  
C7   Lass T  
C8   Imakuni? T
C9   Pokémon Trader T  
CA   Pokémon Breeder T  
CB   Clefairy Doll T  
CC   Mysterious Fossil T  
CD   Energy Retrieval T  
CE   Super Energy Retrieval T
CF   Energy Search T  
D0   Energy Removal T  
D1   Super Energy Removal T  
D2   Switch T  
D3   Pokémon Center T  
D4   Poké Ball T  
D5   Scoop Up T  
D6   Computer Search T  
D7   Pokédex T  
D8   PlusPower T  
D9   Defender T  
DA   Item Finder T  
DB   Gust of Wind T  
DC   Devolution Spray T  
DD   Potion T  
DE   Super Potion T  
DF   Full Heal T  
E0   Revive T  
E1   Maintenance T  
E2   Pokémon Flute T  
E3   Gambler T  
E4   Recycle T  

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