Today we’re taking a peek at the most recent release within the Pokemon card Game, a replacement expansion called Evolving Skies. This set’s full name is Pokemon TCG: Sword & Shield – Evolving Skies – because we would like to jam as many words in said title as we possibly can without getting absolutely ridiculous. during this set we’ve got an entire bunch of Eevee – like, ALL the Eevee, including Eevee and “all of its Evolutions within the same set.”
First take a peek at the Elite Trainer Box protective sleeve design. You’ve got the Eevee evolution action fully effect. It’s strange to ascertain this mix of Eevee evolutions, since they’re not just the primary three – they’re selected for his or her color, cross-generation.
Next, take a peek at an oddity in sorting that we saw happen during a dditional than one pack in a full booster box. As is usually the case with recent Pokemon sets, each pack features a random foil card – generally a reverse-holo common, uncommon, or rare card. during this case, we got both the reverse holo of 1 card and therefore the standard version of that very same card. This didn’t happen in every pack, but it happened quite once!
Holo/foil cards in packs still use the theme present within the remainder of the Sword & Shield sets. We’ve got a grid of upward arrows (or banners, if you prefer) inside which the Pokemon type are often found. When the chosen card during a pack may be a Trainer card, the symbol may be a Pokeball.
Below you’ll see a few of basic V cards from the set. With cards like Lycanroc V and Suicine V, we get a top-notch skilled application of not only multicolor reflective foil, but of selective gloss. Some parts are flat, some parts are shiny, some parts are shiny or flat with a gloss layer. The works of art on these cards are already great on their own – the prepress skills emphasizing that artwork in each card make it clear why these cards have value in physical form.
Next, some Eevee evolutions. This all comes from one Booster Box. If you’re trying to find Eevee rarities and awesome artwork, this is often the set for you.
If you’ll look to the present Espeon VMAX within the light, here, it’ll be clear why this set is well worth the effort find to shop for . Cross your fingers and your toes in hopes you get some VMAX action for yourself.
Finally, Eevee! This common Eevee makes finding the set’s Pokemon V aplenty simple to urge , as early as turn 1! Then it’s time for the Stampede.
This expansion also includes a bunch of Dragon-type Pokemon. If you’ve been expecting a Pokemon card set that’s heavy on the Dragon-type, now’s your chance. You’ll find Dragon-type Pokemon aplenty within the set, including a fresh Rayquaza VMAX and Duraludon VMAX, too – if you’re lucky, of course.
This set has Booster Packs (in a Booster Box, which we’ve opened this week), an Elite Trainer Box (covered in Eevee!), a Pokemon Center Elite Trainer Box (also covered in Eevee), a replacement kind of Evolving Skies Build & Battle Box, a cute new Mini Portfolio, and Evolving Skies Build & Battle Stadium box. you ought to start seeing these packs and boxes and everything in stores starting this weekend.