Nintendo - Game Boy Advance e-Reader Cards undumped
Confirmed to exist
The missing set consist of incredibly rare cards: if you are able to get your hands on one of these; you are either rich or it’s just a mirage! If you are rich, a dump to obtain information about the card would be a great idea!
E3 2002 Contest
This card is wanted dead or alive; it's the alternative version of the “Kirby Contest” Cards, handed out at E3 2002.
There are three versions available of the “Kirby Contest” cards: it may either show a “1st Prize”, a “2nd Prize” or a “Not a Winner” message when scanned.
The winning versions are extraordinarely rare, but we are patient. It is said that only 10 were ever made and that if someone claimed a prize with the card, the card would get ripped in half and thrown away, so that contestants couldn't claim a prize again.
Hopefully one made it out. Our affiliates and their descendants will wait for this dump for the next couple of millenniums.
|Card ID||Name||Notes||Card Pic(s)|
|00-A001||Kirby Contest Card (1st Prize)||The 1st Prize was a Gold Pokémon Center Gameboy Advance System, a limited edition that was later sold in the Pokémon Center of New York.||Image|
Mario vs. Donkey Kong Card e+
There are 6 different Mario vs. Donkey Kong e-reader cards, which are all very hard to obtain. 5 of these 6 were bundled together in a set that could be won by Lottery
via the CoroCoro issue of August 2004. There were only 1000 of these sets made. This last missing card though, is not part of that set. This particular card contains a special level for the game
and seems to be even more rare then the set of 5. At this point, this card has only been seen twice by our community, and we hope to finally find it eventually.
|Card ID||Name (Japanese)||Name (English)||Set Name (Japanese)||Notes||Card Pic(s)|
|18-M001||とびおりちゅうい！||Jump down with caution!||マリオvs.ドンキーコングカードｅ＋||Only distributed at the 20th World Hobby Fair (WHF), held in June 2004.||Image|
Pokémon TCG - Battle Road 2002 Trophy Cards
These cards could by obtained by winning in the Spring Battle Road 2002 and Summer Battle Road 2002 tournaments, which were held in Japan in various parts of the country.
The Trophy cards have the name of the contestant and the name of the city, where the tournament is held, on it. Although, we have seen cards without this data.
Because the cards are so expensive, we can only hope that one day someone comes forward with one to hopefully help us out. Lets start praying!
|Card ID||Name (Japanese)||Name (English)||Notes||Card Pic(s)|
|129-P002||Ｎｏ.２トレーナー||No. 2 Trainer||Male variant, 51 cards distributed||Image|
|129-P003||Ｎｏ.３トレーナー||No. 3 Trainer||Male variant, 100 cards distributed||Image|
|129-P004||Ｎｏ.１トレーナー||No. 1 Trainer||Female variant, 4 cards distributed||Image|
|129-P005||Ｎｏ.２トレーナー||No. 2 Trainer||Female variant, 3 cards distributed||Image|
|129-P006||Ｎｏ.３トレーナー||No. 3 Trainer||Female variant, 8 cards distributed||Image|
|Card ID||Name (Japanese)||Name (English)||Set Name (Japanese)||Set Name (English)||Card Pic(s)|
|137-A031||ナンバーマン||Numberman||ロックマン エグゼ６ 改造カード||Rockman EXE 6 Kaizou Card - Part 1||Image|
Rockman EXE Promotional
|Card ID||Name (Japanese)||Name (English)||Set Name (Japanese)||Set Name (English)||Notes||Card Pic(s)|
|137-C001||パンク||Punk||ロックマン エグゼ６ 改造カード||Rockman EXE 6 Kaizou Card||Won by lottery in CoroCoro Issue March 2006. Only 3000 were made.||Image|