Pokémon Advanced battle figures
Pokémon Advanced battle figures were released across various sets by Hasbro from 2003 to 2006. The packs were sold in countries including the United States and Australia.
Each pack features two figures and an evolutionary checklist card. The larger figure in each pack is capable of posing and performing a move. Only the super-ancient Pokémon packs included one figure.
Pikachu and Vigoroth with Fury Swipes.
Treecko and Seviper with Poison Fang Attack.
Mudkip and Absol with Razor Wind Attack.
Poochyena and Grovyle with Fury Cutter Attack.
Wurmple and Cacturne with Needle Arm Attack.
Taillow and Blaziken with Flamethrower Attack.
Plusle and Armaldo with Metal Claw Attack.
Cacnea and Charizard with Fire Punch Attack.
Corphish and Metagross with Hyper Beam Attack.
Duskull and Sceptile with Fury Cutter Attack.
Anorith and Swellow with Wing Attack.
Groudon with Fire Blast Attack.
2005 VS Battle Packs
Many of the figure pairings are references to battles that took place in the anime.
Typhlosion with Flamethrower Attack vs Corphish.
Weezing with Poison Gas Attack vs Pikachu.
Deoxys with Cosmic Power Attack vs Plusle and Minun.
Team Rocket with Pikatrap vs Pikachu.
10th Anniversary Battle Packs
The following packs were released in 2006 to commemorate Pokémon's 10th Anniversary. While some of the figures from the previous two categories were re-released in the battle packs, there was no evolutionary checklist card included in these sets. These sets also included the largest variation in number of figures, and also featured anime character figurines.
Ash vs Team Rocket Pack with Ash, Pikachu, Jessie and James.
Charizard Pack with Fire Punch Attack.
Mewtwo Pack with Hyper Beam and Light Screen Attacks!
Water-type Pack with Marshtomp, Sharpedo, Azumarill and Lotad.
Poison-type Pack with Weezing and Seviper.
Psychic-type Pack with Alakazam and Medicham.
Electric-type Pack with Plusle, Minun, Electrike and Manectric.
Fighting-type Pack with Makuhita and Medicham.
Normal-type Pack with Skitty, Whismur, Loudred and Zangoose.
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