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Charizard (Evolutions 11)

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|caption={{TCG|Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary}} print<br>Illus. [[Mitsuhiro Arita]]
|recaption1={{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promotional}} print<br>Illus. [[Ken Sugimori]]
|evostage=Stage 2
{{PokémoncardInfobox/Expansion|type=Fire|jpexpansion={{TCG|Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary}}|jprarity={{rar|R}}|jpcardno=011/087}}
{{PokémoncardInfobox/Expansion|type=Fire|jpexpansion={{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards}}|jpcardno=280/XY-P}}
|transdex=Its wings can carry this Pokémon close to an altitude of 4,600 feet. It blows out fire at very high temperatures.
==Release information==
This card was released in the<!--English {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion, originating from the Japanese--> {{TCG|Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary}} subset, featuring artwork by [[Mitsuhiro Arita]]. It was reprinted in Japan as a {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promotional card}} with artwork by [[Ken Sugimori]] and was available as part of the Let's Trade Please Campaign 20th, which began on September 16, 2016 for as long as stocks lasted. Customers visiting participating Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and Pokémon Store Outlets, as well as those attending the 20th Anniversary Festa venues in October, could trade 20 Pokémon TCG cards featuring a classic reverse (those released during the Original and Neo Eras) with a member of staff for 1 of 2 "courses" whilst saying a secret password. The "A Course" included a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pikachu|281}} card and a reprint of the {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Let's Trade Please!|282}} promotional card available during the original campaign in 1998. The "B Course" included this card and the Let's Trade Please! card. Only 1 trade could be completed per day.
|set1=Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary
|illus1=Mitsuhiro Arita
|caption2={{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promotional}} print<br>Illus. [[Ken Sugimori]]
{{m|Fire Spin}} is a [[move]] in the [[Pokémon games]] that {{p|Charizard}} can learn. This card's [[Pokédex]] entry comes from {{game|Red and Green|s}}, {{game|FireRed}}, and {{g|Y}}. ThisThe card{{TCG|Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary}} print is based on {{TCG|Base Set}} {{TCG ID|Base Set|Charizard|4}}. Similarly, the {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promotional}} print is based on the Charizard card available as part of the original Let's Trade Please Campaign in 1998, also an alternate art reprint of Base Set Charizard.
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