How to Design Your Own Pokemon Trainer Card

Updated April 17, 2017

Pokemon trainer cards are a staple in a Pokemon player's deck. These cards show a trainer's ID number, badges and the Pokemon a trainer has. Designing your own trainer card is fairly simple. There are many websites, such as Uber Trainer Card Creator, that make the process quick and easy.

Collect trainer information. Make sure you know the trainer's name, battle stats, what badges she has earned and the number of achievement stars before proceeding. It is also important to know what Pokemon you have trained before creating your card.

Find a trainer card generator. If you search for trainer card generators, you will get many results. Uber Trainer Card Creator allows you to customise more aspects of your trainer card, compared with a number of other generators.

Enter the trainer information. At Uber Trainer Card Creator, begin by entering the trainer's name. Then, if you have one, enter your trainer ID number. Next, choose the card colour from the drop-down menu. At this point you can choose what the trainer looks like on the card and the background image on the card.

Add badges, achievement stars and battle stats. You may select from a variety of Kanto, Johto, Hoenn and Sinnoh badges to add to your trainer card. Then, choose the appropriate number of achievement stars to add. Finally, type in the battle stats.

Add the Pokemon. You can add up to six Pokemon that your trainer trains. You can select the type of Pokemon as well as each Pokemon's gender.

Finish and save. Once all the sections have been filled out, click "Create." You will see your completed trainer card. At this point, you can save the card you created or print it out.

Things You'll Need

  • Trainer Information
  • List of trainer's Pokemon
  • Uber Trainer Card Creator
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Eliza Herring has been writing professionally since 2007. She has worked as a contributing writer for "Lumina News" and "Topsail Voice" newspapers. Herring holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from University of North Carolina at Wilmington.