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Kid Icarus AR cards all have a number on the bottom left (e.g. AKDP-001). These seem to be continuous. The highest one I have is AKDP-375, and I've heard that one of the rare cards Nintendo Power gave out is AKDP-404.

How many different cards are there total?

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I just completed the idol collections and apparently, there are 404 available idols. Meaning there could be 404 different AR cards for us to scan.

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What's the last idol in your list? Mine is "Dark Pit (Flying)", which is AKDP-407. If there's only 404, I wonder what numbers are missing... –  user2640 Apr 13 '12 at 15:18
    
i now have 405 and i now that ithre is more –  user36895 Nov 13 '12 at 3:02
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According to a fan database there are 406 known cards, with numbers going up to 412. There are several gaps in the list which may or may not be filled later.

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Well, it would seem that there is a card for each weapon, character, and idol. I'd assume that there are hundreds, if not thousands, of different cards.

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Weapons and characters are idols. It doesn't really answer the question though, it just changes it to "How many idols are there?" –  user2640 Mar 27 '12 at 16:13

The official website says there are 20 in total.

http://kidicarus.nintendo.com/uprising/explore-the-game/where-to-find-arcards.html

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The site says you get six out of a selection of 20 when you buy the game. Given that I have about 180 unique cards so far, the answer is definitely not 20. –  user2640 Mar 25 '12 at 8:02

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