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Pokemon Trainer Card Base *Updated* by whippedXcream Pokemon Trainer Card Base *Updated* by whippedXcream
Newly updated Trainer and Coordinator PassPort! It features all Unova region badges, and the new Kalos region badges. This base serves as the main 'Trainer Card' for my in-the-works co-owned Pokemon roleplaying board Down into Cinders. 

The right side is a standard trainer card fitted with Orange and Sevii Island* Badges (Region 7); Orre Colosseum Marks (Region 8); Battle Frontier Symbols; and all game region* (1-6) Badges. The top left-hand boxes are for Pokemon names and species (i.e Celebii-Nickname).

The left side is a coordinator passport, featuring ribbons from the Orange and Sevii Islands; Orre Colosseum Medals; Contest Frontier Symbols; and all region Ribbons. The black boxes are again for Pokemon names. This part can easily be excluded if you aren't interested.

The top has a spot for your trainer ID, and the bottom section is for your character's name, home region number (1-8), and a spot for a bar and QR code (this is mainly for roleplaying purposes, feel free to edit this out).

Feel free to edit this base and use it freely. If edited, you don't have to link back to this as source material. However please don't claim the unedited base as your own! Many for the sprites (while not great looking) took quite a bit of time to make.

*I did not make the Sevii Island badges, but a quick google search on them shows that they're pretty much creative commons. However, if you are the original owner, message me and I'll gladly remove them from this image. The same goes for the Toxic and Wave Unova Badges.
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After noticing a lack of fully loaded trainer cards, I decided to create my own.
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bubblized Featured By Owner May 5, 2013
what web side is this coming from
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StrandedGeek Featured By Owner Nov 2, 2012
Not to imply anything bad but you're 2nd row under orange island badges I have seen on a couple Pokemon fan sites long before Ruby & Sapphire came out. The most common theory of them were a fan's version of the Other 4 badges to make Orange island a full 8 like the rest regions.And 3rd row I have in a lot places & called a lot of things. Don't misunderstand, I'm just been looking for their true origins and because things happened before it is hard to find/prove who is the original maker specially if some places gave them away for free while others claim the exact sames as "No touchy" But thanks anyway this Trainer Care could be of help!
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DragonLord1975 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2012
What are the names of the Badges from the Sevii Islands and the Orre Region?
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OneLifeRemaining Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It looks complicated. O.O
What do the letters next to the rows of empty boxes stand for?
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whippedXcream Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012
They stand for the respective regions they fit in, the first is OrB as in Orange Island badges, and the next is SeB for Sevii Island Badges. Next are Frontier Silver and Gold Symbols, and finally the Kanto, Johto, Hoenn, Sinnoh and Unova Regions. Hope that helps clear it up a bit!
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OneLifeRemaining Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
It's a bit hard to read -_-
So it goes
Orange Islands,
Sevii Islands,
DrM?
FsS?
FgS?
KaB (Kanto)
JoB (Johto)
HoB (Hoenn)
SnB (Sinnoh)
UnB (Unova)
I get the last ones. What are the other three?
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whippedXcream Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2012
DrM is actually OrM, for Orre Marks (coliseum marks), then Frontier Silver Symbols, and finally Frontier Gold Symbols.
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OneLifeRemaining Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Ahh O.O
Wow. You really did a lot of work on this.
Good job (:
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