In September 2022, Pokemon TCG released two main games. The Sword and Shield Lost Origin expansion released on September 9, 2022. This is the eleventh set under the Sword and a Shield banner and the first to be incorporated into the Lost Zone mechanic, which appears as a teal and purple aura Pokémon. This appears on standard cards, holos, VS, VSTARs, and even trainer cards. The Origin Forme and the Shield: New Year’s Eve began in the first phase of the year, Sword&Shield Dreamers. Follow me through this latest set and see if we appreciate the artwork, discuss what the card is in the set, and what specific elements of the expansion could be in the Pokemon TCG’s future. Today we’ll start using a full-fledged graphics game: Game Vi. From the Sword & Shield Legend.
The claim is lost. The Pokemon TCG balance.
Today’s preview includes two regionally exclusive shapes and one OG Classic. First we have a sculpture of Luca Yamashita from Galarian Perrserker. This card is simple but effective with a swirling green background that lets the character design take center stage. In this example of another evolutionary development of the Yvonne d’Afraid, I found a lot of confidence that I like this card. Another thing on the less confident side is the neat but needy Hisuian Goodra, who also has a Full Art V in this set. 5ban Graphics delivers an aquatic blue and green background that I think is probably slimy, but let’s not lie to each other. I wish you luck. Kako classic Pidgeot gets a Full Art V from Shina Hayashiro, who believes the gold likeness of the Pidgeot collection makes this solid card difficult to match.
Check out your next Pokemon TCG game. The next time the headlight is still with a full kilo on a new light.
https://game-news24.com/2022/11/10/the-card-of-pokemon-tcg-lost-origin-part-27-full-art-perrserker/ The card of Pokemon TCG: Lost Origin Part 27: Full Art Perrserker