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Pokemon Shiny Treasure ex Card List (Full List)

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Shiny Treasure ex is here or at least, it’s arrived in Japan.

Each year, the Pokemon Trading Card Game receives a reprint set in Japan – which focuses on bringing back many of the year’s best cards.

That’s what the majority of Shiny Treasure ex’s card list is made up of – reprints of cards we’ve only recently seen; however, some of these may have previously been released only in the West, so this set contains cards that will be new to Japanese players.

Not only are there straight reprints of cards in Shiny Treasure ex, but there’s also some absolutely spectacular variants too – with the appearance (or rather, re-appearance) of Shiny Pokemon.

As is often the case, we won’t see this set appearing in its entirety outside of Japan – but many of the unique variants will make an appearance in the upcoming set, Paldean Fates.

Though there are 190 cards in the numbered set for Shiny Treasure ex, the set contains an absolutely mind-blowing 170 Secret Rare cards, meaning you could find cards in booster packs that go all the way up to 360/190!

So let’s take a look at the main set – and then the Secret Rare cards – in Shiny Treasure ex.

What Cards Are In Shiny Treasure ex?

As Shiny Treasure ex is such a big set – with almost the same number of Secret Rares as there are ‘standard’ numbered cards – we thought we’d make things a lot easier by separating them into the basic set, followed by the list of Secret Rares.

The full list of each card with ‘standard’ numbering is as follows:

  • 001  Oddish
  • 002  Gloom
  • 003  Vileplume
  • 004  Scyther
  • 005  Hoppip
  • 006  Skiploom
  • 007  Jumpluff
  • 008  Pineco
  • 009  Forretress ex
  • 010  Snover
  • 011  Abomasnow
  • 012  Sprigatito
  • 013  Floragato
  • 014  Meowscarada ex
  • 015  Smoliv
  • 016  Dolliv
  • 017  Arboliva
  • 018  Toedscool
  • 019  Toedscruel ex
  • 020  Capsakid
  • 021  Scovillain
  • 022  Rellor
  • 023  Espathra ex
  • 024  Wo-Chien ex
  • 025  Charmander
  • 026  Charmeleon
  • 027  Paldean Tauros
  • 028  Entei
  • 029  Oricorio
  • 030  Fuecoco
  • 031  Crocalor
  • 032  Skeledirge ex
  • 033  Charcadet
  • 034  Armarouge
  • 035  Chi-Yu ex
  • 036  Slowpoke
  • 037  Slowbro
  • 038  Staryu
  • 039  Starmie
  • 040  Paldean Tauros
  • 041  Quaxly
  • 042  Quaxwell
  • 043  Quaquaval ex
  • 044  Wiglett
  • 045  Wugtrio
  • 046  Finizen
  • 047  Palafin
  • 048  Veluza
  • 049  Dondozo
  • 050  Tatsugiri
  • 051  Frigibax
  • 052  Arctibax
  • 053  Baxcalibur
  • 054  Chien-Pao ex
  • 055  Pikachu
  • 056  Raichu
  • 057  Voltorb
  • 058  Electrode
  • 059  Shinx
  • 060  Luxio
  • 061  Luxray
  • 062  Pachirisu
  • 063  Thundurus
  • 064  Toxel
  • 065  Toxtricity
  • 066  Pawmi
  • 067  Pawmo
  • 068  Pawmot
  • 069  Wattrel
  • 070  Kilowattrel
  • 071  Miraidon ex
  • 072  Wigglytuff
  • 073  Abra
  • 074  Kadabra
  • 075  Alakazam ex
  • 076  Mew ex
  • 077  Cleffa
  • 078  Natu
  • 079  Xatu
  • 080  Ralts
  • 081  Kirlia
  • 082  Gardevoir ex
  • 083  Drifloon
  • 084  Drifblim
  • 085  Mime Jr.
  • 086  Spiritomb
  • 087  Klefki
  • 088  Mimikyu
  • 089  Fidough
  • 090  Dachsbun
  • 091  Ceruledge
  • 092  Rabsca
  • 093  Flittle
  • 094  Tinkatink
  • 095  Tinkatuff
  • 096  Tinkaton
  • 097  Greavard
  • 098  Houndstone
  • 099  Gimmighoul
  • 100  Mankey
  • 101  Primeape
  • 102  Annihilape
  • 103  Paldean Tauros
  • 104  Riolu
  • 105  Lucario
  • 106  Hawlucha
  • 107  Nacli
  • 108  Naclstack
  • 109  Garganacl
  • 110  Glimmet
  • 111  Glimmora ex
  • 112  Great Tusk ex
  • 113  Ting-Lu ex
  • 114  Koraidon ex
  • 115  Charizard ex
  • 116  Paldean Wooper
  • 117  Paldean Clodsire ex
  • 118  Murkrow
  • 119  Sneasel
  • 120  Weavile
  • 121  Sableye
  • 122  Pawniard
  • 123  Bisharp
  • 124  Kingambit
  • 125  Maschiff
  • 126  Mabosstiff
  • 127  Shroodle
  • 128  Grafaiai
  • 129  Scizor
  • 130  Varoom
  • 131  Revavroom ex
  • 132  Iron Treads ex
  • 133  Gholdengo
  • 134  Noibat
  • 135  Noivern ex
  • 136  Cyclizar
  • 137  Pidgey
  • 138  Pidgeotto
  • 139  Pidgeot ex
  • 140  Jigglypuff
  • 141  Wigglytuff ex
  • 142  Doduo
  • 143  Dodrio
  • 144  Ditto
  • 145  Snorlax
  • 146  Wingull
  • 147  Pelipper
  • 148  Skwovet
  • 149  Greedent
  • 150  Lechonk
  • 151  Oinkologne
  • 152  Tandemaus
  • 153  Maushold
  • 154  Squawkabilly ex
  • 155  Flamigo
  • 156  Electric Generator
  • 157  Super Energy Retrieval
  • 158  Super Rod
  • 159  Nest Ball
  • 160  Nemona’s Rucksack
  • 161  Ultra Ball
  • 162  Encouragement Letter
  • 163  Rare Candy
  • 164  Rock Chestplate
  • 165  Big Air Balloon
  • 166  Rigid Band
  • 167  Leftovers
  • 168  Defiance Band
  • 169  Bravery Charm
  • 170  TM Crisis Strike
  • 171  Geeta
  • 172  Clavell
  • 173  Giovanni’s Charisma
  • 174  Iono
  • 175  Clive
  • 175  Iono
  • 176  Professor’s Research [Professor Sada]
  • 177  Professor’s Research [Professor Turo]
  • 178  Paldea Students
  • 179  Paldea Students
  • 180  Arven
  • 181  Boss’s Orders [Ghetsis]
  • 182  Penny
  • 183  Town Store
  • 184  Beach Court
  • 185  Artazon
  • 186  Pokémon League Headquarters
  • 187  Practice Studio
  • 188  Therapeutic Energy
  • 189  Reversal Energy
  • 190  Luminous Energy

Note that the set code for Shiny Treasure ex is sv4a, which you’ll find on the bottom left of each card. This will, of course, be different when Paldean Fates is released worldwide – and the set itself will feature cards that have already been released in Japan as part of other sets that we’ve yet to see.

I’ve mentioned Secret Rares a few times; these are cards that go above and beyond the number of ‘standard’ cards in a set.

So, with that number being 190 in the case of Shiny Treasure ex, any card with a number that goes above 190 is a rarer, alternate art variant of a previous card.

As the number exceeds the ‘standard’ set number, it is then classified as a ‘Secret Rare’ – and that’s because its existence is supposedly a secret.

It’s definitely worth noting that not all Secret Rare cards are as rare as one another – and you can learn more about this in our Pokemon Card Rarities guide.

With all of that in mind, let’s take a look at the Secret Rare cards in Shiny Treasure ex.

What Secret Rare Cards Are In Shiny Treasure ex?

The full list of each Secret Rare card is as follows:

  • 191  Oddish
  • 192  Gloom
  • 193  Vileplume
  • 194  Scyther
  • 195  Hoppip
  • 196  Skiploom
  • 197  Jumpluff
  • 198  Pineco
  • 199  Snover
  • 200  Abomasnow
  • 201  Sprigatito
  • 202  Floragato
  • 203  Smoliv
  • 204  Dolliv
  • 205  Arboliva
  • 206  Toedscool
  • 207  Capsakid
  • 208  Scovillain
  • 209  Rellor
  • 210  Charmander
  • 211  Charmeleon
  • 212  Paldean Tauros
  • 213  Entei
  • 214  Oricorio
  • 215  Fuecoco
  • 216  Crocalor
  • 217  Charcadet
  • 218  Armarouge
  • 219  Slowpoke
  • 220  Slowbro
  • 221  Staryu
  • 222  Starmie
  • 223  Paldean Tauros
  • 224  Quaxly
  • 225  Quaxwell
  • 226  Wiglett
  • 227  Wugtrio
  • 228  Finizen
  • 229  Palafin
  • 230  Veluza
  • 231  Dondozo
  • 232  Tatsugiri
  • 233  Frigibax
  • 234  Arctibax
  • 235  Baxcalibur
  • 236  Pikachu
  • 237  Raichu
  • 238  Voltorb
  • 239  Electrode
  • 240  Shinx
  • 241  Luxio
  • 242  Luxray
  • 243  Pachirisu
  • 244  Thundurus
  • 245  Toxel
  • 246  Toxtricity
  • 247  Pawmi
  • 248  Pawmo
  • 249  Pawmot
  • 250  Wattrel
  • 251  Kilowattrel
  • 252  Wigglytuff
  • 253  Abra
  • 254  Kadabra
  • 255  Cleffa
  • 256  Natu
  • 257  Xatu
  • 258  Ralts
  • 259  Kirlia
  • 260  Drifloon
  • 261  Drifblim
  • 262  Mime Jr.
  • 263  Spiritomb
  • 264  Klefki
  • 265  Mimikyu
  • 266  Fidough
  • 267  Dachsbun
  • 268  Ceruledge
  • 269  Rabsca
  • 270  Flittle
  • 271  Tinkatink
  • 272  Tinkatuff
  • 273  Tinkaton
  • 274  Greavard
  • 275  Houndstone
  • 276  Mankey
  • 277  Primeape
  • 278  Annihilape
  • 279  Paldean Tauros
  • 280  Riolu
  • 281  Lucario
  • 282  Hawlucha
  • 283  Nacli
  • 284  Naclstack
  • 285  Garganacl
  • 286  Glimmet
  • 287  Paldean Wooper
  • 288  Murkrow
  • 289  Sneasel
  • 290  Weavile
  • 291  Sableye
  • 292  Pawniard
  • 293  Bisharp
  • 294  Kingambit
  • 295  Maschiff
  • 296  Mabosstiff
  • 297  Shroodle
  • 298  Grafaiai
  • 299  Scizor
  • 300  Varoom
  • 301  Revavroom
  • 302  Noibat
  • 303  Cyclizar
  • 304  Pidgey
  • 305  Pidgeotto
  • 306  Jigglypuff
  • 307  Doduo
  • 308  Dodrio
  • 309  Ditto
  • 310  Snorlax
  • 311  Wingull
  • 312  Pelipper
  • 313  Skwovet
  • 314  Greedent
  • 315  Lechonk
  • 316  Oinkologne
  • 317  Tandemaus
  • 318  Maushold
  • 319  Flamigo
  • 320  Forretress ex
  • 321  Meowscarada ex
  • 322  Toedscruel ex
  • 323  Espathra ex
  • 324  Skeledirge ex
  • 325  Quaquaval ex
  • 326  Alakazam ex
  • 327  Mew ex
  • 328  Gardevoir ex
  • 329  Glimmora ex
  • 330  Great Tusk ex
  • 331  Charizard ex
  • 332  Paldean Clodsire ex
  • 333  Iron Treads ex
  • 334  Noivern ex
  • 335  Pidgeot ex
  • 336  Wigglytuff ex
  • 337  Squawkabilly ex
  • 338  Wugtrio
  • 339  Palafin
  • 340  Pawmi
  • 341  Mimikyu
  • 342  Judge
  • 343  Nemona
  • 344  Clive
  • 345  Students of Paldea
  • 346  Students of Paldea
  • 347  Mew ex
  • 348  Gardevoir ex
  • 349  Charizard ex
  • 350  Iono
  • 351  Nemona
  • 352  Clive
  • 353  Arven
  • 354  Penny
  • 355  Wo-Chien ex
  • 356  Chi-Yu ex
  • 357  Chien-Pao ex
  • 358  Miraidon ex
  • 359  Ting-Lu ex
  • 360  Koraidon ex

What’s New In Shiny Treasure ex?

There’s actually very little in terms of new cards in Shiny Treasure ex – if you’ve kept up with the releases, Japanese or otherwise, for the Pokemon TCG throughout 2023, you’ll no doubt recognise plenty of these cards.

In fact, there’s just 16 new cards in the set overall (not counting alternate art variants).

The new cards are as follows:

  • Espathra ex (card numbers 23 and 323)
  • Charmeleon (26 and 211)
  • Frigibax (51 and 233)
  • Kilowattrel (70 and 251)
  • Mime Jr (85 and 262)
  • Flittle (93 and 270)
  • Gimmighoul (99)
  • Great Tusk ex (112 and 330)
  • Varoom (130 and 300)
  • Iron Treads ex (132 and 333)
  • Gholdengo (133)
  • Cyclizar (136 and 303)
  • Nemona’s Rucksack (160)
  • Technical Machine: Crisis Strike (170)
  • Clive (175, 344 and 352)
  • Paldea Students (178, 179, 345 and 346)

You’ll also notice from the images of Secret Rares that there’s a lot of Shinies; this is, of course, where the Shiny Treasure ex set name comes from!

Paradox Pokemon also feature, with Great Tusk ex being an Ancient Pokemon and Iron Treads ex being designated as a Future Pokemon. 

Paradox Pokemon made their debut in Paradox Rift – you can check them out on our Paradox Rift Card List.

Technical Machines also made a return to the Pokemon TCG in Paradox Rift, after many years away – the Shiny Treasure ex set features one of these, in the form of Technical Machine: Crisis Strike.

Shiny Treasure ex - Gold Hyper Rare

The Gold Hyper Rare cards also look as if they have a new type of card treatment too, with an unusual colour scheme that makes them distinct from previous cards of the same type.

What Are Shinies?

Shiny Treasure ex - Shiny Ditto

Shinies are cards that show versions of Pokemon that you occasionally find in the digital versions of the game, such as Pokemon Go.

Many of them are different in colour to their usual forms – and all of them have a sort of sparkly effect around them too.

The blue Ditto – as opposed to this Pokemon’s usual pink colour – on card 309 is a good example, but you can see from the above images that there are many more!


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