Next month marks the release of Scarlet & amp, Violet – Paldea Evolved, the most recent Pokémon Trading Card Game expansion. As the title suggests, this new variant expands on the already-existing list of Paldean and non-Pandelean demons while delivering a large number of evolved aspects of the Pokémon.
More than 190 new accounts are included in this second expansion of the Scarlet & amp, Violet card series, including 15 Pokémon ex accounts, Tera Pokémon Ex tickets with a crystalline look, more than 30 Trainer Cards, and lots of Pokémon and Trainer cards featuring unique images. The capsule packs with the unique images ended up being the spotlight of my pack-opening experience. The Pokémon Company sent over a number of packs for us to start and see what we may take.
In the verandah above, you can see which of the accounts I pulled was my favorite.
The tickets I took out of the packages made me feel really good. The three Paldean beginners in the background of the particular Elite Trainer Box Pikachu cards are perhaps my favorites, though I also adore the friend pack-selected Pikechu. Aside from that, I enjoyed observing the various Paldean starters’ evolved types, though for some reason I had a strong bias in favor of Quaxly’s series of evolution. I was pleased to grab some updated accounts of old classics, such as Gyarados, Raichu, and Tyranitar, outside of this most recent technology of Pokémon.
It’s the second group of Pokémon Trading Card Games with the Scarlet & watts, Violet name, and it also has a higher price tag. Each pack contains more foils, and even the wrapper of each booster pack feels thicker and of higher quality than the original Scarlet & amp, Violet expansion, so The Pokémon Company has at least made an effort to benefit from this.
On June 9, the Pokémon Trading Card Game Scarlet & amp, Violet-Paldea Evolved will be released. Click the standard under to access our particular hub for all items Pokémon Trading Card Game!