Prepare for a Pokémon battle with the ready-to-play Pokémon Trading Card Game Battle Academy! The Battle Academy includes everything two players need to play, with guides to the decks so your first game is easy to follow.
You can choose Charizard or Pikachu to lead your team in a heads-up battle against another Trainer. Then, switch up the decks to play Mewtwo against Charizard or Pikachu, and lead a different team of Pokémon into the arena! With a little strategy and a little luck, you can battle with the best!
The Pokémon TCG Battle Academy includes:
3 complete Pokémon TCG decks (60 cards each) Each deck includes a powerful special Pokémon: Charizard-GX, Raichu-GX, or Mewtwo-GX 2 tutorial guides to play right away 1 two-player game board 3 deck boxes to keep the cards organized 1 rulebook 1 large metallic coin 1 set of damage counters A code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online
Country Of Origin: Printed in the USA. Coin made in the USA. Materials: Paper / plastic Recommended Age: 6
Each 2011 Pokemon Trading Card Game Sneak-Peek Tepig Tin contains a basic Pokemon Tepig preview card from the Pokemon TCG Black & White expansion, as well as a Tepig collectible figure. Each tin also contains a special Black & White preview pack with 5 more new Pokemon. In addition, included is 4 more Pokemon TCG booster packs from Call of Legends, the HS Series, or the Platinum Series.
In this collectible card game, players work with powerful Pokémon to become a Pokémon trainer. Each tin expands increases game play choices, and contains one promo foil card and four booster packs. — In July 2010, five percent of 38 surveyed retailers told TDmonthly that Pokémon cards are a top-selling collectible.
This collection of trading cards takes players right to battle, with dragon-type Pokémon, including Rayquaza and Charizard, along with new characters and Pokémon SP. The collection, which includes special, photographed clay designs of characters as well as some Shiny cards with unique numbering, features more than 150 cards in various packs. — Aunt Jean’s Toys & Treats in Montclair, N.J., sells about three dozen Pokemon card packs per month, Owner Jeanette Lauture told TDmonthly in August 2009.
A complete foundation to building a customized deck of tradable Pokémon cards, this starter set is a great way to get into the action of the expandable trading card game. Through the character-based cards, children play as competing Pokémon trainers, using the different creatures and abilities in their decks to try and best their opponent as their Pokémon battle. Further cards can be purchased or acquired through trading, giving the game a substantially more social aspect than simply playing with a friend or two. Children must think ahead, deciding what will give them the best chance as their build their decks and use strategy in the game-play itself. — David Marks, owner of Learning Express of Westport in Westport, Conn., said Pokemon is still his top seller. “There's been a resurgence after a couple of years,” he told TDmonthly. — “Pokemon's been kind of ridiculous. We can't keep Pokemon in stock,” Michelle Deutschmann, owner of Kaleidoscope Toys in Falmouth, Mass., told TDmonthly in August 2008. — Four of 64 retailers named Pokémon when asked about best-selling card games in summer 2008. The Toy Chest in Cary, N.C., sells between 30 to 50 card packs per month, Owner Sharon Heath said.
With these new Diamond & Pearl Pokémon cards, players will discover new game-play options such as Pokémon with Berries, new Fossils and a parallel set with holographic images. The collection is compatible with previous releases, includes more than 120 new cards and features two theme decks, “Armor Fortress” and “Skull Charge.” Each booster pack includes 10 randomly inserted game cards.
This 10” action figure of Ash features more than 26 points of articulation and is one of the most detailed figures ever made by Medicom. Ash wears a cloth outfit and comes with two pair of interchangeable hands, and of course, his best buddy Pikachu. Only 1,500 pieces of the limited edition piece were made. Launch date: September 1, 2006.
Pokémon Mobile lets you customize your cell phone with cool Pokémon wallpaper and even Pikachu voicetones inspired by the hit animated TV series and chart-topping video games. Pokémon Mobile content is available across a variety of platforms on major domestic cell phone carriers.