The newest entry within the Pokémon Trading Card Game’s Sword & Shield collection releases later this month with Evolving Skies. This new enlargement focuses on dragon varieties, Galarian types of the Legendary birds finest identified from the Kanto area, and Eevee’s numerous evolutions. In whole, Evolving Skies boasts greater than 200 new playing cards, together with 18 Pokémon V, 15 Pokémon VMAX, 24 coach playing cards, a brand new Special Energy Card, and extra playing cards that use the brand new Single Strike and Rapid Strike mechanics.
The Pokémon Company despatched us a bunch of booster packs for the Pokémon Trading Card Game: Sword & Shield – Evolving Skies set. We opened the packs to see what we may pull. While we have seen the Legendary birds from Kanto’s Galarian varieties seem in a current enlargement, I cherished accumulating the brand new variations of Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres. As somebody who loves the Eeveelutions, I cherished those I pulled, however was upset I did not get any of the Gen 1 varieties. My general favourite card on this enlargement is the Gyarados VMAX, which I wasn’t fortunate sufficient to get, however I used to be thrilled to see among the different full-art Pokémon V and VMAX playing cards emerge from the booster packs I opened.
You can take a look at the total gallery of my favourite playing cards I pulled from the brand new Evolving Skies enlargement beneath.
Pokémon Trading Card Game: Sword & Shield – Evolving Skies has a world launch date of August 27. For extra on the Pokémon Trading Card Game, take a look at the hub beneath.