It’s time for a new era. Pokémon TCG Japan is going to release two sets on January 20, 2023, and they will start the Pokemon TCG with the addition of Pokemon and Trainers. These two sisters sets are Scarlet ex and Violet ex. These sets and three sets, as well as 60-card Set Ex-Kans, will be the basis of the English-language setScarlet & Violet base coming out internationally on March 31, 2023. The news hit when he revealed that the Japanese-language versions will now more closely mirror Japanese sets, using silver borders and set codes instead of set symbols. The new feature, from the original lowercase to the debut of the original Xperia-Mode as well as the Terastal X variant, that will be the only Vs and VMAX as Ultra Rares. We haven’t seen how the Full Arts and Secret Rares of theScarlet-and-Vulcan-era will appear. Today we have another ultra rare set.
Scarlet and Violet are ex cards. Comic: Pokemon Scoop
That’s a very strange feature here, but considering the fact that we just got the strong Magnezone Ultra Rare feature inSword & Shield Lost Origin, the Pokemon obtaining a V, VSTAR, Full Art V, and Rainbow Rare. We first examined this card in an incomplete copy. Now we have the full line of Magnemite, including the aKIYOTAKA OSHIYAMA Magnemite showing the Pokemon looking cute and happy, a painterly and detailed Magneton by Charizard VMAX Special Art Rare illustratorShiburingaru, and of course the Magnezone ex byhncl. While I argue that this is an odd feature, hncl’s work on this Magnezone ex aims to avoid the overused 3D style – making it the coolest ex we’ve seen so far.
Japanese sets often give us early ideas of what if Japanese-languages will be included. So be careful when checking our coverage. You can follow the map with the maps of VSTAR Universe and see what Pokemon TCG is like here at Bleeding Cool.