Sun & Moon: Lost Thunder – Latest Pokémon TCG Expansion

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In an official announcement today from The Pokémon Company International, new details have emerged about the next expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Titled Sun & Moon – Lost Thunder, this expansion will feature over 210 new cards. Included in these are 7 new Prism Star cards (3 of which will be Stadium cards). Two of the other Prism Star cards will be variants of Celebi and Ditto. Additionally, there will be 13 new Pokémon-GX cards, including variants of Blacephalon, Lugia, Tyranitar, and Zeraora. There will also be 4 new Ultra Beasts and more than 20 new trainer cards.

The Sun & Moon – Lost Thunder expansion will be available at participating retailers nationwide starting November 2, 2018. Those who visit a participating GameStop store between October 19th and November 9th can score a special code to unlock Zeraora for Pokémon Ultra Sun or Pokémon Ultra Moon. It will arrive with a base level of 50, be holding an Air Balloon item, and have the Volt Absorb ability. For more details about this event or the expansion itself, please had to the Pokémon Company’s official website.


SOURCE: Press Release

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