card gamer logo
Close this search box.

All Tera Pokemon Ex Cards (Full List)

A selection of Tera Pokemon Ex Cards on the Card Gamer background

It’s time to Terastallize your deck, as we check out the full Tera Pokemon ex cards list! Since being introduced in the Pokemon Trading Card Game’s Scarlet and Violet base set, Tera Pokemon have become a big component in the decks of many players, in both competitive and casual play. Tera Pokemon themselves originate from the Pokemon Scarlet and Violet Nintendo Switch games, which see players able to use the Terastal phenomenon to transform their Pokemon into a crystallized state. This changes their defensive type and gives them more powerful attacks.

In the Pokemon TCG, Tera Pokemon ex cards have the benefit of being able to ignore any damage being dealt if they’re on the Bench, but quite often they’ll have an Energy type that’s different to their usual type too; this is known as a ‘type-shifted’ Pokemon.

With so many Tera cards making their presence felt, it’s well worth checking all of them out and seeing what’s out there, because the chances are that you’ll come up against several of these when playing the Pokemon TCG at the moment. So let’s take a look at the Tera Pokemon ex cards!

Tera Pokemon Ex Card Gallery

Tera Pokemon ex Card List

Each of the Tera Pokemon ex cards in the gallery above are from different sets; they’re ordered by set, then card number.

They are as follows:

Scarlet and Violet Base Set

  • SV01 032 Arcanine ex
  • SV01 045 Gyarados ex
  • SV01 224 Arcanine ex
  • SV01 225 Gyarados ex

Scarlet and Violet: Paldea Evolved

  • SV02 005 Forretress ex
  • SV02 086 Slowking ex
  • SV02 093 Dedenne ex
  • SV02 230 Forretress ex
  • SV02 238 Slowking ex
  • SV02 239 Dedenne ex

Scarlet and Violet: Obsidian Flames

  • SV03 096 Vespiquen ex
  • SV03 125 Charizard ex
  • SV03 159 Dragonite ex
  • SV03 179 Greedent ex
  • SV03 210 Eiscue ex
  • SV03 211 Tyranitar ex
  • SV03 212 Vespiquen ex
  • SV03 215 Charizard ex
  • SV03 222 Eiscue ex
  • SV03 223 Charizard ex

Scarlet and Violet: Paradox Rift

  • SV04 003 Froslass ex
  • SV04 038 Garchomp ex
  • SV04 046 Tsareena ex
  • SV04 058 Mewtwo ex
  • SV04 098 Hoopa ex
  • SV04 100 Toxtricity ex
  • SV04 137 Skeledirge ex
  • SV04 217 Froslass ex
  • SV04 219 Garchomp ex
  • SV04 220 Tsareena ex
  • SV04 226 Hoopa ex
  • SV04 227 Toxtricity ex
  • SV04 260 Garchomp ex

Scarlet and Violet: Temporal Forces

  • SV05 060 Wugtrio ex
  • SV05 108 Farigiraf ex
  • SV05 190 Wugtrio ex
  • SV05 194 Farigiraf ex

Scarlet and Violet: Twilight Masquerade

  • SV06 025 Teal Mast Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 029 Magcargo ex
  • SV06 040 Hearthflame Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 064 Wellspring Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 106 Greninja ex
  • SV06 112 Cornerstone Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 130 Dragapult ex
  • SV06 190 Teal Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 191 Magcargo ex
  • SV06 192 Hearthflame Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 194 Wellspring Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 198 Greninja ex
  • SV06 199 Cornerstone Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 200 Dragapult ex
  • SV06 211 Teal Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 212 Hearthflame Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 213 Wellspring Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 214 Greninja ex
  • SV06 215 Cornerstone Mask Ogerpon ex
  • SV06 221 Teal Mask Ogerpon ex

Why Are There So Many Duplicate Tera Pokemon ex Cards?


If you’re not familiar with the way that Pokemon TCG sets are structured, you may not be aware that often, the most powerful or desirable cards in any given set will often have a standard, more common version, as well as rarer, alternate art variants.

For example, the two Charizard Tera Pokemon ex cards above are the exact same card in terms of their in-game abilities, keywords and attacks. The one on the left is the most common version that you’ll find in the Obsidian Flames set, and the one on the right is one of the scarcer, full art variants of the card. In Obsidian Flames, there are four versions of this exact Charizard Tera Pokemon ex!

You’ll also notice that the cards above are type-shifted, as previously mentioned. Charizard is usually a Fire type Pokemon, but the Tera version of Charizard is a Dark type Pokemon, even though it still uses Fire Energy for its attacks.

Are There More Tera Pokemon ex Cards On The Way?

Terapagos ex

Japanese set Stellar Miracle is due to launch in August 2024, and it’s bringing an entirely new type of Tera Pokemon ex to the TCG: Stellar Pokemon. These will be distinguishable from normal Tera Pokemon ex cards by their white background and rainbow borders, but will also have attacks that use multiple Energy types, instead of just a main type and Colorless.

As you can see from the card above, it has an attack that uses one each of Leaf, Water and Lightning Energy for its attack, which has been translated as ‘Crown Opal’ (thanks to Justin Basil). Despite how challenging it’s likely to be to actually make use of the Crown Opal attack, it’s definitely one that’s worth the effort!

That’s because it’ll deal 180 HP damage to the opponent’s Active Pokemon, but that’s not all. It will also block all damage to the Terapagos ex on your opponent’s next turn, just as long as their Active Pokemon is Basic and non Colorless. Of course, Terapagos ex is unlikely to be the only Stellar Pokemon in the new set, which will make its way out of Japan later in the year. We’ll update this list with more Tera Pokemon as soon as they’re revealed!

This article may contain affiliate links. If you use these links to purchase an item we may earn a commission. Thank you for your support.

Join Our Exclusive Newsletter

We keep you up to date with the latest card game news, discounts and giveaways.

Handpicked content, just for you