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Pokemon TCG Paradox Rift Card List (Full List)

pokemon paradox rift card list

One of the most intriguing releases for some time, Paradox Rift brings a number of really interesting keywords, abilities and mechanics to the Pokemon Trading Card Game.

With 186 unique cards (and 266 overall, if you include alternate art variants and special card treatments), it’s a pretty comprehensive set – which also has a few cards that have already started to make an impact in the competitive scene.

So let’s take a look at the entire list of Paradox Rift cards for the Pokemon TCG!

What Cards Are In Paradox Rift?

The full list of each card is as follows:

  • 001  Surskit
  • 002  Masquerain
  • 003  Froslass ex
  • 004  Pansage
  • 005  Simisage
  • 006  Dwebble
  • 007  Crustle
  • 008  Bounsweet
  • 009  Steenee
  • 010  Blipbug
  • 011  Dottler
  • 012  Orbeetle
  • 013  Nymble
  • 014  Nymble
  • 015  Toedscool
  • 016  Toedscool
  • 017  Toedscruel
  • 018  Wo-Chien
  • 019  Magby
  • 020  Pansear
  • 021  Simisear
  • 022  Volcanion
  • 023  Fuecoco
  • 024  Crocalor
  • 025  Charcadet
  • 026  Charcadet
  • 027  Armarouge ex
  • 028  Iron Moth
  • 029  Chi-Yu
  • 030  Horsea
  • 031  Seadra
  • 032  Kingdra
  • 033  Remoraid
  • 034  Octillery
  • 035  Feebas
  • 036  Milotic
  • 037  Snorunt
  • 038  Garchomp ex
  • 039  Mantyke
  • 040  Palkia
  • 041  Panpour
  • 042  Simipour
  • 043  Vanillite
  • 044  Vanillish
  • 045  Vanilluxe
  • 046  Tsareena ex
  • 047  Wimpod
  • 048  Wimpod
  • 049  Golisopod
  • 050  Golisopod ex
  • 051  Wiglett
  • 052  Wiglett
  • 053  Wugtrio
  • 054  Veluza
  • 055  Dondozo
  • 056  Iron Bundle
  • 057  Chien-Pao
  • 058  Mewtwo ex
  • 059  Elekid
  • 060  Plusle
  • 061  Minun
  • 062  Blitzle
  • 063  Zebstrika
  • 064  Joltik
  • 065  Galvantula
  • 066  Zekrom
  • 067  Oricorio
  • 068  Tapu Koko ex
  • 069  Toxel
  • 070  Iron Hands ex
  • 071  Natu
  • 072  Xatu
  • 073  Latios
  • 074  Deoxys
  • 075  Yamask
  • 076  Cofagrigus ex
  • 077  Pumpkaboo
  • 078  Gourgeist
  • 079  Flittle
  • 080  Flittle
  • 081  Espathra
  • 082  Tinkatink
  • 083  Tinkatink
  • 084  Tinkatuff
  • 085  Tinkaton
  • 086  Scream Tail
  • 087  Gimmighoul
  • 088  Gimmighoul
  • 089  Iron Valient ex
  • 090  Onix
  • 091  Gligar
  • 092  Gliscor
  • 093  Groudon
  • 094  Gible
  • 095  Gabite
  • 096  Mienfoo
  • 097  Mienshao
  • 098  Hoopa ex
  • 099  Minior
  • 100  Toxtricity ex
  • 101  Nacli
  • 102  Nacli
  • 103  Naclstack
  • 104  Garganacl
  • 105  Klawf
  • 106  Flamigo
  • 107  Slither Wing
  • 108  Sandy Shocks ex
  • 109  Ting-Lu
  • 110  Zubat
  • 111  Golbat
  • 112  Crobat
  • 113  Absol
  • 114  Purrloin
  • 115  Liepard
  • 116  Trubbish
  • 117  Garbodor
  • 118  Yveltal
  • 119  Nickit
  • 120  Thievul
  • 121  Morpeko
  • 122  Lokix
  • 123  Brute Bonnet
  • 124  Roaring Moon ex
  • 125  Steelix
  • 126  Jirachi
  • 127  Ferroseed
  • 128  Ferrothorn
  • 129  Durant
  • 130  Honedge
  • 131  Honedge
  • 132  Doublade
  • 133  Doublade
  • 134  Aegislash
  • 135  Aegislash ex
  • 136  Zacian
  • 137  Skeledirge ex
  • 138  Orthworm
  • 139  Gholdengo ex
  • 140  Altaria ex
  • 141  Tatsugiri
  • 142  Porygon
  • 143  Porygon2
  • 144  Porygon-Z
  • 145  Aipom
  • 146  Ambipom
  • 147  Miltank
  • 148  Whismur
  • 149  Loudred
  • 150  Exploud
  • 151  Spinda
  • 152  Swablu
  • 153  Tandemaus
  • 154  Tandemaus
  • 155  Maushold ex
  • 156  Bombirdier ex
  • 157  Cyclizar
  • 158  Iron Jugulis
  • 159  Ancient Booster Energy Capsule
  • 160  Counter Catcher
  • 161  Cursed Duster
  • 162  Defiance Vest
  • 163  Earthen Vessel
  • 164  Future Booster Energy Capsule
  • 165  Larry
  • 166  Luxurious Cape
  • 167  Mela
  • 168  Norman
  • 169  Parasol Lady
  • 170  Professor Sada’s Vitality
  • 171  Professor Turo’s Scenario
  • 172  Rika
  • 173  Roark
  • 174  Shauntal
  • 175  Snorlax Doll
  • 176  Technical Machine: Blindside
  • 177  Technical Machine: Devolution
  • 178  Technical Machine: Evolution
  • 179  Technical Machine: Turbo Energize
  • 180  Techno Radar
  • 181  Tulip
  • 182  Medical Energy
  • 183  Crustle
  • 184  Dottler
  • 185  Toedscruel
  • 186  Magby
  • 187  Iron Moth
  • 188  Snorunt
  • 189  Mantyke
  • 190  Vanillish
  • 191  Wimpod
  • 192  Veluza
  • 193  Plusle
  • 194  Minun
  • 195  Blitzle
  • 196  Joltik
  • 197  Espathra
  • 198  Gimmighoul
  • 199  Groudon
  • 200  Mienshao
  • 201  Minior
  • 202  Garganacl
  • 203  Slither Wing
  • 204  Garbodor
  • 205  Yveltal
  • 206  Morpeko
  • 207  Brute Bonnet
  • 208  Steelix
  • 209  Ferrothorn
  • 210  Aegislash
  • 211  Aipom
  • 212  Loudred
  • 213  Swablu
  • 214  Porygon-Z
  • 215  Cyclizar
  • 216  Iron Jugulis
  • 217  Froslass ex
  • 218  Armarouge ex
  • 219  Garchomp ex
  • 220  Tsareena ex
  • 221  Golisopod ex
  • 222  Tapu Koko ex
  • 223  Iron Hands ex
  • 224  Cofagrigus ex
  • 225  Iron Valiant ex
  • 226  Hoopa ex
  • 227  Toxtricity ex
  • 228  Sandy Shocks ex
  • 229  Roaring Moon ex
  • 230  Aegislash ex
  • 231  Gholdengo ex
  • 232  Altaria ex
  • 233  Maushold ex
  • 234  Bombirdier ex
  • 235  Larry
  • 236  Mela
  • 237  Norman
  • 238  Parasol Lady
  • 239  Professor Sada’s Vitality
  • 240  Professor Turo’s Scenario
  • 241  Rika
  • 242  Roark
  • 243  Shauntal
  • 244  Tulip
  • 245  Garchomp ex
  • 246  Golisopod ex
  • 247  Tapu Koko ex
  • 248  Iron Hands ex
  • 249  Iron Valiant ex
  • 250  Sandy Shocks ex
  • 251  Roaring Moon ex
  • 252  Gholdengo ex
  • 253  Altaria ex
  • 254  Mela
  • 255  Parasol Lady
  • 256  Professor Sada’s Vitality
  • 257  Professor Turo’s Scenario
  • 258  Rika
  • 259  Tulip
  • 260  Garchomp ex
  • 261  Iron Valiant ex
  • 262  Roaring Moon ex
  • 263  Beach Court
  • 264  Counter Catcher
  • 265  Luxurious Cape
  • 266  Reversal Energy

Paradox Rift Set Code

Note also that the set code on each card – which tells you that the cards are part of the Paradox Rift set – is PAREN, as highlighted in the photo above.

Why Are The Cards Only Numbered Up to 182?

Though there are 266 cards in the Paradox Rift set, you’ll notice that they’re only numbered up to 182.

That’s because there are ‘only’ 182 unique cards in the set; any cards that go above and beyond the number 182 is a rarer, alternate art variant of a previous card.

When a card’s number exceeds the set number – for example, 183/182 – the card in question is classified as a ‘Secret Rare’.

However, not all Secret Rare cards are as rare as one another; you can learn more in our Pokemon Card Rarities guide.

What’s New In Paradox Rift?

As well as some absolutely phenomenal Secret Rare full art cards, there’s a few new (and returning!) mechanics in Paradox Rift.

Paradox Pokemon

Pokemon TCG - Paradox Pokemon

One of the biggest additions to the game – as indicated by the title of the set – are Paradox Pokemon.

These are similar, mechanically, to cards bearing the Fusion Strike, Rapid Strike and Single Strike types – except for Paradox Pokemon, they’re labelled either Ancient or Future.

Each of these keywords has Trainer cards which make use of them; interestingly, most of these Trainer cards are only functional with Paradox Pokemon – for example, the Pokemon Tool named Ancient Booster Energy Capsule. T

his card adds 60 HP to the Ancient Pokemon it’s attached to, as well as healing it from all Special Conditions – and rendering it immune to further Special Conditions too. Without an Ancient Pokemon, it’s no use at all, but coupled with the appropriate card it’s very powerful indeed!

Technical Machines

Pokemon TCG - Technical Machine

Though these aren’t new as such, Technical Machines haven’t been seen in the Pokemon Trading Card Game for at least a decade – so there’s potentially a whole generation of players who hasn’t seen or even heard of them!

Technical Machines are very powerful Tool cards that replace a Pokemon’s attack – and, once used, are discarded.

There are four Technical Machine cards in Paradox Rift: Blindside, Devolution, Evolution and Turbo Energize.

Upcoming sets are due to feature the return of another Pokemon Trainer card type: Ace Spec cards. These are another long dormant card type making a long awaited return; you can find out more information on those in our Ace Spec Pokemon Card guide!


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