A weekend ago in competitive Pokémon Cards, Fastbreak Sports in Nundah, Brisbane played host to a League Cup, a tournament with higher Championship Points on the line than your entry level League Challenge.
This week will see the the newest Pokémon TCG set 'Burning Shadows' become tournament legal. Not only that, the set's debut will happen on the biggest stage - The 2017 Pokémon World Championships.
Just over a week ago, The Pokémon Company International announced on Pokémon.com the standard format rotation for the Pokémon Trading Card Game.
For the Pokémon Trading Card Game, the last week and a half has been quite transformative to say the least.
To give players a head start on solving the incoming metagame and making informed decisions ahead of the first weekend of events for the newest set, I go over cards worthy of note.
Friday May 5th marks the release date of Pokémon’s second foray into the Sun & Moon era of the trading card game with ‘Guardians Rising’. Today I want to cover three cards set to shake up the
I’d decided earlier in the week that I would try a Gardevoir deck which mixes the two M Gardevoir-EX cards in format. The archetype had done well recently at a regional championship internationally and I played a
Pokémon Sun & Moon marks the first 7th generation entry into the long running series of games. Anthony & Jessica open a box and give us their thoughts.
Earlier this month Pokémon launched it's latest expansion, 'Evolutions' which is a homage to the game's very first 'Base Set', featuring original art and reprising the layout/style of the cards from all those years ago.
With the World Championships over we bid goodbye to another competitive season and look to the next. Part of that is seeing off cards which leave standard format, but another is examining the landscape of the next