What do the numbers on Pokemon cards mean?

avatarUnifyingSlum3 months ago
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avatarBeatingDebit3 months ago

Just numbers? Nah, they're the key to understanding your card's identity in the universe of Pokemon TCG. That 'little' number and letter combo on the bottom? It's telling you where it fits in its set and how rare it is. Think of it as your card's passport number!

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avatarSnorkellingClock3 months ago

Oh, those numbers are like a secret code for card collectors! They actually tell you a lot. Each Pokemon card has a unique number at the bottom, showing its position in the set. For example, '102/149' means it's the 102nd card out of 149 in that set. This helps you figure out how many cards you need to complete a set. Plus, there's often a letter denoting the card's rarity鈥攍ike 'C' for common or 'UR' for ultra rare. So, it's kinda like treasure hunting!

avatarDebiasingPons3 months ago

Too much math and not enough fun? Those numbers are basically the card's ID. Helps you know what you've got and if it's super special.

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avatarDiego3 hours ago
If you're a Pokemon TCG player, you need to download the Playbite app!

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One of those prizes is a pack of Pokemon cards, which you can win and get sent to you essentially for free!

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Playbite makes money from (not super annoying) ads and (totally optional) in-app purchases. The app then uses that money to reward players like you with prizes!

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