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AQUAPOLIS EDITION
Undah De Ocean

Links:
Aquapolis Card List
Aquapolis Theme Deck List
• Aquapolis Card Scans
• Aquapolis E-Reader Features

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So really... what is Aquapolis? Here are the facts:

Set Size: ??? in Japan, 182 in the US

Set Order: 15th and 16th set in Japan, 14th set in the US

Release Date: March 8th, 2002 and May 24th, 2002 in Japan, January 15th, 2003 in the US.
The release date was pushed back a little bit from late December to mid-January a few times.

Other Goodies:
• The Japanese name for Card-E 2 is loosly translated to "The Lost City".
• The English release of Aquapolis actually mixed the Japanese release of both Card-E 2 and Card-E 3 into one huge set. 182 cards. Why this happened... it looks like Wizards wants to rush out the next few sets, for some reason. Hmmm...
• This set also is the first to seperate the Holo-Rares from the rest of the set; they're numbered differently from the other rares.
• This set is also the first set to introduce "Crystal" Pokémon to the set.

Other Images:
Ampharos
Arcanine
Azumarril
Bellossom
Electrode
Entei
Espeon
Exeggutor
Hypno
Muk
Nidoking
Ninetales
Scizor
Steelix
Tentacruel
Togetic

Symbol: The symbol for Aquapolis is a temple in a water droplet.


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