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Pokemon Games:Top 10 Best Pokémon Cards(2)

The Pokémon Trading Card Game is addicting attraction, whether you’re a Pokémon fan who collects cards for their beautiful artwork or a hardcore tournament player who loves to build decks. There’s something enticing about buying booster packs, ripping them open and seeing what Pokémon you pull, all the while praying for a cool legendary, an EX card or a holographic version of your favorite rare card.

If you’re looking for the best of the best, though, you’ve come to the right place. Here are the top 10 Pokémon cards, complete with prices and links to buy them. If you’re a serious collector or battler, you should have these amazing cards in your collection.

Like other collectible card games, too? Check out our guide to the best Magic cards.

6. M Blastoise EX

M Blastoise EX card is just as powerful as its starter brethren, Venusaur and Charizard, making it a force to be reckoned with. It features 220 HP, which is a meaty amount. Its real power comes from Hydro Bomb, however, which does 120 damage and 30 damage to two of your opponent’s benched Pokémon. That’s just cruel. Besides its battle power, M Blastoise EX looks awesome, again featuring Japanese characters.

Price: $33.99

7. Xerneas EX

I love this card simply for its artwork. I love how Xerneas, which is already a great-looking legendary Pokémon, takes up the entire card, essentially breaking out of its display box. Speaking of breaking out, Xerneas EX features the attack Break Through, which does 60 damage to an active Pokémon and 30 damage to a single benched one. It’s the perfect move to use between bouts of X Blast, which does 140 damage. Xerneas EX is a fairy type, which is only weak to steel types, an underused Pokémon type, meaning it will likely survive tons of attacks, making it a great card in the Trading Card Game.

Price: $14.09

8. M Gengar EX

Another mega evolution card worth having in your collection is the M Gengar EX card. With 220 HP, it’s a resilient force, but the real attraction here is Phantom Gate. Using this move allows you to choose one of your opponent’s Pokémon’s moves and use it against him. This has huge potential if your opponent has glass cannon Pokémon either active or on the bench. Use it wisely, and try not to be blinded by M Gengar EX’s florescent coloring.

Price: $19.49

9. Mew Star

I’m not sure why this Mew delta species card, marked by a gold star next to its name, is so expensive, but it is. What’s unique about delta species cards is that they give Pokémon irregular typing. Mew is normally a psychic type, but this card makes it a water type, which can throw an opponent off. Its Mimicry attack has potential to ruin your opponent’s day, considering you copy one of his or her Pokémon’s attacks. Rainbow Wave allows you to potentially do hundreds of damage, if you can keep Mew alive long enough and attach enough energy cards to it.

Price: $164.30

10. Charizard Star

The most expensive card on our list is another delta species. This dark-type Charizard is definitely for hardcore collectors only, but it’s a great card if you’ve got the money to buy it. Its main attack, Dark Swirl, does 150 damage. You have to discard all energy cards attached to Charizard, but you also get to discard three from your opponent’s active Pokémon, which will put him or her in hot water.

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