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Pokémon Catcher was reprinted during the XY Series in the English {{TCG|Kalos Starter Set}}, first released in the Japanese {{TCG|XY Beginning Set}}, with new artwork by [[5ban Graphics]] and the updated text to coincide with the XY Series errata. This artwork was later reprinted in the Japanese {{TCG|Xerneas Half Deck|Xerneas}} and {{TCG|Yveltal Half Deck}}s, the {{TCG|Hyper Metal Chain Deck}}, the {{TCG|Super Legend Set: Xerneas-EX & Yveltal-EX}}, the {{TCG|M Master Deck Build Box Power Style}} and {{TCG|M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style}}, the {{TCG|Golduck BREAK + Palkia-EX Combo Deck}}, as well as the English {{TCG|XY Trainer Kit}}. An unnumbered XY-P Promotional print of this artwork was one of five Trainer cards available in conjunction with the ''Pokémon Card Game Deck Building Seminar'' event held as part of the Pokémon Center Pokémon Card Game School. This was present at participating Pokémon Centers in Japan from October 25 to November 16, 2014 and was open to elementary school-aged children. A 20-card set comprising two copies each of five Trainer cards plus 10 Energy cards could be purchased at Pokémon Centers during the event for ¥100. It was reprinted again in the {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion, first released in the Japanese {{TCG|Emboar-EX vs Togekiss-EX Deck Kit}}, and later in the Japanese {{TCG|BREAK Starter Pack}}, as well as the simultaneously released Japanese {{TCG|Zygarde-EX Perfect Battle Deck}} and {{TCG|M Audino-EX Mega Battle Deck}}s. Another unnumbered XY-P Promotional print was 1 of 9 cards available in special packs sent to Japanese Event Organizers in July 2016 for distribution in official events hosted by them. This print features the Event Organizer logo in the bottom left corner of the illustration.
 
Pokémon Catcher was reprinted again during the Sun & Moon Series as part of the {{TCG|Sun & Moon}} expansion, first released in the Japanese {{TCG|Sun & Moon Starter Set}}, with new artwork by [[Toyste Beach]]. It was reprinted again in the Japanese {{TCG|Tapu Bulu-GX Enhanced Starter Set}} and {{TCG|Ash vs Team Rocket Deck Kit}}. A {{TCG|SM-P Promotional cards|SM-P Promotional}} print was 1 of 9 possible cards availableincluded in special packs sent to officialJapanese Event Organizers in Japan starting August 2017 for distribution in official events hosted by them. This print features the Event Organizer logo in the bottom right corner of the illustration. It was reprinted in the English {{TCG|Shining Legends}} expansion and in the Japanese Shining Legends subset, {{TCG|Solgaleo-GX & Lunala-GX Legendary Starter Set}}, the {{TCG|Ultra Sun}}, {{TCG|Forbidden Light}}, and {{TCG|Sky-Splitting Charisma}} expansions, the {{TCG|Thunderclap Spark}} subset, in each of the {{TCG|GX Starter Decks}}, the {{TCG|Super-Burst Impact}} expansion, and in both {{TCG|Trainer Battle Decks}}.
 
Pokémon Catcher was reprinted again during the Sword & Shield Series as part of the {{TCG|Sword & Shield}} expansion, first released in each of the Japanese {{TCG|V Starter Sets}}. This print has new artwork by [[Ryo Ueda]]. In Japan, the Sword & Shield print was reprinted in the {{TCG|Sword & Shield Premium Trainer Box}} and in both {{TCG|VMAX Starter Sets}}.