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Pokémon SP (TCG)

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Pokémon SP (an abbreviated form of Special Pokémon) vary depending on the theme of the expansion in which they appear. All Pokémon SP are Basic Pokémon and have a stylized "SP" logo in the bottom-left corner of the illustration box. Pokémon SP also include a suffix in the name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon.
 
== Pokémon G ==
 
The first variant of SP Pokémon were '''Pokémon {{SP|G}}''', released in {{TCG|Platinum}}. Pokémon {{SP|G}} cards are classified as "Galactic's Pokémon" (this text replaces the Pokédex data in the illustration bar) and have an icon of their respective [[Team Galactic]] owner in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon G also have "{{SP|G}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. Several examples include:
* One may have 4 Dialga or Dialga LV.X in a deck as well as 4 Dialga {{SP|G}} or Dialga {{SP|G}} LV.X.
 
=== List of Pokémon G ===
{| {{bluetable2|r sortable}}
|- class="l" style="background: #DDDDFF;"
|}
 
== Pokémon 4 ==
 
Released alongside Pokémon GL in {{TCG|Rising Rivals}} was another variant of SP Pokémon: '''Pokémon {{SP|4}}'''. Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards are classified as "Elite Four's Pokémon" and have an icon of the member of the [[Elite Four]] who uses them in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon 4 have "{{SP|4}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon (curiously, the English cards still use {{tt|四|Japanese character for 4}} to depict the 4). The level shown on all Pokémon {{SP|4}} cards (excluding Pokémon {{SP|4}} LV.X) are the same as their {{game|Platinum}} counterparts.
 
=== List of Pokémon 4 ===
{| {{bluetable2|r sortable}}
|- class="l" style="background: #DDDDFF;"
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Yanmega 4|37}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Aaron}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Heracross}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Heracross 4|24}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Aaron}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Vespiquen}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Vespiquen 4|35}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Aaron}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Scizor}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Scizor 4|48}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Aaron}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Drapion}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Drapion 4|17}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Aaron}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Gliscor}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Rapidash 4|47}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Flint}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Infernape 4|43}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Flint}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Infernape}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Infernape 4 LV.X|108}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Flint}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Houndoom}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Houndoom 4|65}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Flint}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Flareon}}
| class="l" | {{TCG ID|Rising Rivals|Flareon 4|60}}
| class="l" | {{TCG|Rising Rivals}}
| class="l" | {{E4EF|Flint}}
|-
| class="l" | {{TCG|Mr. Mime}}
Debuting in {{TCG|Supreme Victors}} were '''Pokémon {{SP|C}}'''. Pokémon {{SP|C}} cards are classified as "Champion's Pokémon" and have an icon depicting [[Cynthia]] in the bottom-right corner of the illustration box. All Pokémon C have "{{SP|C}}" at the end of their name in order to differentiate them from other Pokémon. The level shown on the majority of Pokémon {{SP|C}} cards are the same as their {{game|Platinum}} counterparts.
 
=== List of Pokémon C ===
{| {{bluetable2|r sortable}}
|- class="l" style="background: #DDDDFF;"
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