Japanese Cards Set Name?

Discussion in 'Cards: Strategy and Rulings Discussion' started by Donal, Jan 5, 2008.

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  1. Donal

    Donal New Member

    I have a selection of Japanese cards but do not know the name of the set. The symbol is a solid pokeball - white top half, black lower half - situated just under the right hand side of the image as in early pokemon cards such as Jungle and Fossil. Can you tell me the name of this set please.

    Thanks

    Donal
     
  2. larllt

    larllt New Member

    I believe that those are the vending machine cards.
     
  3. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Thats is what I was thinking. I've seen Vending cards, and their symbol looks like what he described.

    I'm guessing this the symbol found on THIS CARD HERE is what you're talking about?
     
  4. Donal

    Donal New Member

    Thanks Larlit and Mew and yes Mew that is one of the cards that I have.

    I shall now research the net to see if there is a card list for this set starting at pokergaze.

    Thanks again for your help - I shall probably be back for more!
     
  5. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

  6. Donal

    Donal New Member

    Pokepop - You truly are most magnihicant in every way - Thankypu

    Back to back posts merged. The following information has been added:

    and also most magnificent
     
    Last edited: Jan 6, 2008
  7. Mew*

    Mew* Active Member

    Wait... did you take the original artwork and add it to a new English style card with text created by you? :eek: If that is what you did, that is impressive since those would have the most convincing member fakes I've seen! Some of those cards have cool and interesting artwork. I wish we still got cards like that.
     
  8. PokePop

    PokePop Administrator

    Those fakes are courtesy of an old member, Nick15, who had a site on which he used to host his own fake card making tools, Pokemon Aaaah!
    The card blanks on pokebeach are taken from his site.
    We got his permission to host these and other features from his site, such as much of our Error Museum.
     

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