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'''Full Art cards''' are an artwork variant of cards in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. They were introduced in the {{TCG|Black & White}} expansion, first originating from the {{TCG|Black Collection}} and {{TCG|White Collection}} in Japan.
 
'''Full Art cards''' are an artwork variant of cards in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. They were introduced in the {{TCG|Black & White}} expansion, first originating from the {{TCG|Black Collection}} and {{TCG|White Collection}} in Japan.
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Starting with the Black & White Series, expansions contain Full Art reprints of certain cards from the set. On average, English booster boxes will contain 2 Full Art cards, meaning about 1 card per 18 packs. In Japan, the cards are {{TCG|Secret card}}s: cards with a number above the set number. The English numbering system places them at the end of the set.
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Starting with the Black & White Series, expansions contain Full Art reprints of certain cards from the set. In Japan, Full Art cards are {{TCG|Secret card}}s: cards with a number above the set number. The English numbering system places them at the end of the set.
    
Starting with {{TCG|Next Destinies}}, many Full Art cards found in expansions are reprints of {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}, {{TCG|Pokémon-GX}} and {{TCG|Pokémon V}} from the same set. The English releases of most Full Art Pokémon-EX and all Full Art Pokémon-GX and Pokémon V feature a special embossed etching treatment. All variants of [[Pokémon V (TCG)#Pokémon VMAX|Pokémon VMAX]] cards are classified as Full Art cards.
 
Starting with {{TCG|Next Destinies}}, many Full Art cards found in expansions are reprints of {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}, {{TCG|Pokémon-GX}} and {{TCG|Pokémon V}} from the same set. The English releases of most Full Art Pokémon-EX and all Full Art Pokémon-GX and Pokémon V feature a special embossed etching treatment. All variants of [[Pokémon V (TCG)#Pokémon VMAX|Pokémon VMAX]] cards are classified as Full Art cards.
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