Jump to content
RobRatt

11,878 Different Cards to Own

Recommended Posts

RobRatt

Here are the deck lists of the 2 new Battle Arena Decks.

Note:  All 60 cards in these decks are tradable in the game (not locked).

Note:  In addition to the brand new "Alternate Versions" that were recently added to the game (listed in Post #74 above), each of these Battle Arena Decks has at least one or two more cards that are considered "promo alternates."  They are not new, and were available in other promo or theme deck products, but they are different from the standard version of their respective sets (e.g. Empoleon from DEX, Octillery from BKT, and Zoroark from BKT).

Mega Blastoise Deck

Pokémon - 20

* 2 Exeggcute PLF 4
* 1 Virizion LTR 15
* 1 Blastoise-EX XY 29
* 1 Lapras BKP 28
* 2 Manaphy PRC 56
* 3 Piplup DEX 27
* 2 Remoraid BKT 32
* 1 M Blastoise-EX XY 30
* 2 Octillery BKT 33
* 2 Prinplup DEX 28
* 2 Empoleon DEX 29
* 1 Empoleon BKT 38

Trainer Cards - 26

* 1 Brigette BKT 134
* 1 Delinquent BKP 98
* 1 Evosoda XY 116
* 1 Float Stone BKT 137
* 1 Level Ball AOR 76
* 1 Lysandre AOR 78
* 1 Max Elixir BKP 102
* 1 Mega Turbo ROS 86
* 1 Muscle Band XY 121
* 2 N FCO 105
* 1 Pokémon Fan Club FCO 107
* 2 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
* 1 Professor's Letter BKT 146
* 2 Rare Candy PRC 135
* 1 Rough Seas PRC 137
* 1 Shauna FCO 111
* 1 Skyla BKT 148
* 1 Super Rod BKT 149
* 1 Tierno BKP 112
* 2 Ultra Ball FCO 113
* 2 VS Seeker PHF 109

Energy - 14

* 2 Splash Energy BKP 113
* 10 Water Energy XYEnergy 9
* 2 Grass Energy XYEnergy 5

Total Cards - 60

 

 

Mega Charizard X Deck

Pokémon - 20

* 2 Dunsparce BCR 111
* 2 Skarmory ROS 69
* 1 Sableye DEX 62
* 2 Zorua DEX 70
* 1 Zoroark BKT 91
* 1 M Charizard-EX FLF 69
* 1 Charizard-EX FLF 12
* 2 Fennekin FCO 10
* 2 Tepig LTR 25
* 1 Braixen FCO 12
* 1 Pignite LTR 26
* 2 Delphox XY 26
* 2 Emboar LTR 27

Trainer Cards - 26

* 1 Brigette BKT 134
* 1 Delinquent BKP 98
* 1 Evosoda XY 116
* 1 Fisherman BKT 136
* 1 Float Stone BKT 137
* 1 Karen PR-XY XY177
* 1 Lysandre AOR 78
* 2 N FCO 105
* 1 Pokémon Communication BLW 99
* 1 Pokémon Fan Club FCO 107
* 1 Professor Birch's Observations PRC 134
* 2 Professor Sycamore BKP 107
* 1 Professor's Letter BKT 146
* 2 Rare Candy PRC 135
* 1 Scorched Earth FCO 110
* 1 Skyla BKT 148
* 1 Superior Energy Retrieval PLF 103
* 1 Tierno BKP 112
* 2 Ultra Ball FCO 113
* 2 VS Seeker PHF 109
* 1 Weakness Policy PRC 142

Energy - 14

* 10 Fire Energy XYEnergy 4
* 4 Darkness Energy XYEnergy 1

Total Cards - 60

 

 

 

Here are the deck lists for the 3 new Eevee Evolution Tins...

Note:  In these Promo Tin Decks, all of the cards are trade-locked, with the exception of one Promo GX, and the 6 Foil Energies (which are tradable).

Note:  The booster packs in these Tins are 2 Celestial Storm, 1 Crimson Invasion, and 1 Roaring Skies.

Fairy Power (Sylveon-GX)

Pokémon - 18

* 4 Eevee SUM 101
* 2 Oranguru UPR 114
* 3 Flabébé FLI 84
* 3 Floette FLI 85
* 1 Sylveon FLI 87
* 2 Sylveon-GX GRI 92
* 3 Florges FLI 86

Trainer Cards - 28

* 2 Acerola BUS 112
* 2 Bodybuilding Dumbbells BUS 113
* 1 Counter Catcher CIN 91
* 2 Cynthia UPR 119
* 1 Diantha FLI 105
* 1 Field Blower GRI 125
* 1 Gladion CIN 95
* 1 Guzma BUS 115
* 1 Judge FLI 108
* 1 Lillie UPR 125
* 1 Lusamine CIN 96
* 2 Max Potion GRI 128
* 4 Missing Clover UPR 129
* 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
* 1 Pal Pad UPR 132
* 1 Plumeria BUS 120
* 2 Pokémon Fan Club UPR 133
* 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
* 1 Switch SUM 132

Energy - 14

* 12 Fairy Energy 9
* 2 Double Colorless Energy SUM 136

Total Cards - 60

 

 

Green Wonder (Leafeon-GX)

Pokémon - 18

* 4 Eevee SUM 101
* 1 Oranguru SUM 113
* 2 Alolan Exeggutor UPR 95
* 2 Bulbasaur SLG 1
* 3 Exeggcute UPR 1
* 2 Ivysaur SLG 2
* 2 Leafeon-GX PR-SM SM146
* 2 Venusaur SLG 3

Trainer Cards - 28

* 1 Choice Band GRI 121
* 2 Cynthia UPR 119
* 1 Escape Rope BUS 114
* 1 Field Blower GRI 125
* 2 Gardenia UPR 124
* 1 Gladion CIN 95
* 2 Guzma BUS 115
* 2 Hala GRI 126
* 1 Hau SUM 120
* 1 Judge FLI 108
* 2 Lillie UPR 125
* 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
* 1 Pal Pad UPR 132
* 2 Pokémon Fan Club UPR 133
* 1 Professor Kukui SUM 128
* 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
* 1 Switch SUM 132
* 2 Ultra Ball SUM 135
* 2 Wishful Baton BUS 128

Energy - 14

* 12 Grass Energy 1
* 2 Double Colorless Energy SUM 136

Total Cards - 60

 

 

Snowy Gaze (Glaceon-GX)

Pokémon - 18

* 4 Eevee SUM 101
* 1 Oranguru SUM 113
* 2 Alolan Vulpix GRI 21
* 3 Horsea BUS 29
* 2 Alolan Ninetales BUS 28
* 2 Glaceon-GX PR-SM SM147
* 2 Seadra BUS 30
* 2 Kingdra BUS 31

Trainer Cards - 28

* 2 Aqua Patch GRI 119
* 2 Choice Band GRI 121
* 1 Crasher Wake FLI 104
* 2 Cynthia UPR 119
* 1 Energy Loto GRI 122
* 1 Escape Board UPR 122
* 1 Escape Rope BUS 114
* 1 Field Blower GRI 125
* 1 Gladion CIN 95
* 2 Guzma BUS 115
* 2 Hau SUM 120
* 1 Judge FLI 108
* 2 Lillie UPR 125
* 2 Nest Ball SUM 123
* 2 Pokémon Fan Club UPR 133
* 1 Professor Kukui SUM 128
* 1 Rescue Stretcher GRI 130
* 1 Switch SUM 132
* 2 Ultra Ball SUM 135

Energy - 14

* 12 Water Energy 3
* 2 Double Colorless Energy SUM 136

Total Cards - 60

 

Edited by RobRatt

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

During a private trade, @gunmetal and I tested a game feature, out of curiosity.
 
Once you've completed a set (in Collection Stats), that set's symbol remains Complete, even if you trade some of the cards away.
 
Details:  To test this, we traded the last copy of a card (both the regular and reverse holo versions) from a completed set.  Initially, that set showed as Set Nearest to Completion again (meaning 'not complete').  But upon logging out, and restarting the game, that set's completion symbol showed it as still Complete.
 
Disclaimer:  It's been this way for a long time, and is probably working as intended.  Once you've completed a set, it should remain Complete even if you're missing a couple later on (through trading, etc.).  But I'd like to emphasize, don't count on this as being "set in cement" in a virtual game, or expect anyone (namely, me) to be accountable if this changes later on.

Edited by RobRatt

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

A League Promo Supporter -- Steven's Resolve (CES 145) -- was added to the game today.

 

As with most League Promos, this probably won't appear in Public Offers for another week or two.  These are usually distributed at Leagues (in the real world) the following weekend, or the next, after they appear in PTCGO.
 
Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
9,909 Different Cards to Own (the top possible, including 12 that are unobtainable).

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Six new promos were added to the game today.  All of them are GX's from Promo Box Sets.

 

Lunala-GX, SM103

Solgaleo-GX, SM104

 

Dragonite-GX, SM156 (Rainbow)

Kingdra-GX, SM155 (Rainbow)

 

Reshiram-GX, SM137

Zekrom-GX, SM138

 

Lunala-GX & Solgaleo-GX come from two different box sets, the type with a large oversized card.  These 2 box sets are released today (Oct 5, 2018), and available in stores.  It should be noted, these Lunala & Solgaleo have different Attacks than previous versions.

 

To be released October 19th, Dragonite-GX and Kingdra-GX are both Rainbow Foils that come from one of those larger (aka expensive) Super Premium Collection boxes.  This next one includes 10 DRM booster packs, a playmat, 3 storage boxes, etc.

 

To be released October 26th, Reshiram-GX and Zekrom-GX come from the Legends of Unova GX Premium Collection.  This box set includes 6 DRM booster packs, and a large oversized card.

 

EDIT:  October 6th.  I've seen a couple players with Reshiram-GX and Zekrom-GX in Public Offers already.  It's not unusual for a very few to have promo cards before the official release, but typically not this early.  This box set is obviously available somewhere (prior to the October 26th store sales).

 

Here are the relevant links on the Pokémon site:

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/solgaleo-gx-box-and-lunala-gx-box/

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/dragon-majesty-super-premium-collection/

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/dragon-majesty-legends-of-unova-gx-premium-collection/

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
9,915 Different Cards to Own (the top possible, including 12 that are unobtainable).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
xXahmadXx

i got 9809 of the total 9915 which is  = 98.93 % wow i i have to hard work to go to 99 %

Edited by xXahmadXx

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Just a heads-up...

A new promo box started hitting the shelves last week, which retails for approx. $50 USD.

Only thing is, they're NOT new promos.  It's nearly an identical product, with a different name.  I preordered it from a distributor, sight unseen, and was disappointed to find the exact same cards that were released one year ago in October.

Last year >> Shining Legends Super-Premium Collection

This year >> Shining Legends Premium Powers Collection

Both sets have an oversized card (Ho-Oh GX), along with Rainbow Ho-Oh GX, Pikachu, Shining Celebi, and Shining Lugia.  Last year's release came with 10 Shining Legends packs, and this year's has 8.  Since it's moderately cheaper (still expensive IMHO), this year's collection does not include the playmat, 3 collector's boxes, dividers, and the big storage box.

Caveat emptor.

Last year >> https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/shining-legends-super-premium-collection-featuring-ho-oh/

This year >> https://www.pokemon.com/uk/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/shining-legends-premium-powers-collection/

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Another Ultra Necrozma-GX (Promo SM126) was added to the game on Friday, October 26th.  It comes in one of the Dragon Majesty promo boxes, with 4 DRM packs and an Ultra Necrozma figure.

 

Note:  This is the 5th different art version of Ultra Necrozma-GX, all with the same stats and attacks.

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/dragon-majesty-figure-collection-ultra-necrozma-gx/

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
9,916 Different Cards to Own (the top possible, including 12 that are unobtainable).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

With today's version 2.57 update, two Alternate Promos (yellow A) were added to the game.

 

Tapu Fini GX (BUS 39a)

Tapu Lele GX (GRI 60a)

 

Both of these are included in the same promo box, called Island Guardians GX Premium Collection.  It's scheduled for release on November 2, 2018.  With an oversize Tapu Lele card, and a playmat, this promo box will likely retail for $40 or more.

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/island-guardians-gx-premium-collection/

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
9,918 Different Cards to Own (the top possible, including 12 that are unobtainable).

  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

I'm going to wait until tomorrow (at least) to update this thread.  That's the official release date for these products.  As of right now, 424 cards were added to the game today, with Lost Thunder and promos.  There should be a couple more promos appearing tomorrow, so it's best to hold off on a final count.

 

We're breaking the 10k barrier in a big way, with at least 10,342 different cards to own.

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

With the release of Lost Thunder, and new promos, 433 new cards were added to the game today, which brings the new total to 10,351.

 

This latest set, Lost Thunder, brought 414 new cards, including the regular release, reverse foils, end-of-set (SR/RR), and theme deck exclusive.  Of these, 346 are Pokémon, 66 Trainers, and 2 Energy.

 

Of the 414 cards in Lost Thunder, 4 are exclusive versions (foil/non-foil) to either Theme Decks or Prerelease Boxes (Build & Battle Boxes).

 

Ampharos, LOT 78 (Non-Foil)

Entei, LOT 47 (Foil)

Naganadel, LOT 108 (Non-Foil)

Raikou, LOT 79 (Foil)

 

In addition to the regular Lost Thunder set, 19 other cards were added.

 

There are 4 Prerelease Promos (SM Black Star) for Lost Thunder:

 

Giratina (SM151)

Raikou (SM150)

Suicune (SM149)

Tapu Lele (SM152)

 

There is a non-foil Blaziken, from Dragon Majesty (DRM 6), that is exclusive to the new Blazing Volcano Theme Deck.

 

There are 4 new promos from Lost Thunder Blister Packs.  These should be available today in your local store or card shop.

 

Alolan Exeggutor, Yellow A Alternate (FLI 2a) ...available in a 3-pack blister

Altaria, Yellow A Alternate (DRM 40a) ...available in a 3-pack blister

Rowlet (SM153) ...available in a single-pack blister

Salandit (SM154) ...available in a single-pack blister

 

Also released today, is the Pikachu & Eevee Poké Ball Collection.  It includes a large Poké Ball that serves as a card holder, along with two promos.

 

Eevee, Yellow A Alternate (SUM 101a)

Pikachu (SM157)

 

Scheduled for release on November 16, is the Fall 2018 Collector Chest (aka Lunch Box).  It will include promos of the 3 Legendary Birds.

 

Articuno (SM144)

Moltres (SM143)

Zapdos (SM145)

 

Also scheduled for release on November 16, are a couple promo boxes with DRM boosters (Dragon Majesty Special Collections).  They will include these 4 promos:

 

Kyurem (SM142)

White Kyurem GX, full-art (SM141)

 

Salamence (SM140)

Salamence GX, full-art (SM139)

 

Lastly, this update added a new Jumpluff League Promo (LOT 14), which probably won't start showing up in Public Offers for another week or two.

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.

 

10,351 Different Cards to Own (the top possible, including 12 that are unobtainable).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Loof6

Thanks for the informations. :)

Edited by Loof6

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Although they don't add to the total card count (different cards owned), everyone should note that the 2018 Pokémon TCG World Championships Decks have been out for the last several days.  These are the Theme Deck style boxes that come out every year, with silver-edge cards that can't be played in sanctioned events.  There are 4 different decks, which were released on November 16th.

 

Every year there's a problem with players (often well-know) putting these gameplay items in Public Offers, asking for prices that we would only expect from the Competitors' special release editions.  These "box set" gameplay versions are worth something, for sure, but they're NOT worth 20, 30, 40, or more packs that you might see offered in the game.  The newer, cheaper deck box and sleeves (from Nashville) are white & gray, instead of white/turquoise, and the coin (Pikachu playing a banjo) is silver, rather than gold.

 

Beware.  Caveat emptor.

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/2018-pokemon-tcg-world-championships-decks/

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

A League Promo Trainer -- Lost Blender (LOT 181) -- was added to the game this weekend.
 
As with most League Promos, this probably won't appear in Public Offers for another week or two.  These are usually distributed at Leagues (in the real world) the following weekend, or the next, after they appear in PTCGO.

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
10,352 Different Cards to Own (the top possible, including 12 that are unobtainable).

  • Upvote 2
  • Downvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

For a very long time, these 12 Promo cards appeared in the game, and were considered "unobtainable" (and not tradable).  They were never released virtually.  With the version 2.59 update, these 12 cards were removed from the Online game entirely (December 11, 2018).

Elgyem BW55
Espeon BW92
Flareon BW88
Glaceon BW90
Jigglypuff BW65
Jolteon BW91
Keldeo BW60
Leafeon BW87
Lillipup BW52
Meowth BW35
Scraggy BW25
Vaporeon BW99

Before the Giratina promo (XY184), most of the older promos (in the real world) didn't have a code card.  The Pokémon Company compensated for this by offering the older promos as giveaways, in Prize Wheels, etc.  But these 12 early B&W Promos were never distributed when these free features ended.

 
This correction should help everyone calculate their Different Cards Owned, without having to always remember which ones were "unobtainable."  Thank you Staff.

Post #1 is updated, and current.

10,340 Different Cards to Own (the top possible).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt
Posted (edited)

A League Promo -- Naganadel (LOT 108) -- was added to the game today.  This League code also includes Lost Thunder sleeves.
 
As with most League Promos, this probably won't be easy to trade in Public Offers for another week or two.  These are usually distributed at Leagues (in the real world) the following weekend, or the next, after they appear in PTCGO.

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
10,341 Different Cards to Own (the top possible).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt
Posted (edited)

The first Tag Team promo -- Magikarp & Wailord GX (SM166) -- was added to the game today.

 

With 300 HP, it's a beast.  I wonder how many times we'll be able to get 8 Water Energy on it for the GX Attack?

 

This promo box is released today, and should be available at local stores and card shops.

 

More info here:

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/towering-splash-gx-box/

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
10,342 Different Cards to Own (the top possible).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Six new promo GX's were added to the game.  They are all Eevee-related (aka Eeveelutions), and come from 3 different promo box sets, released today (January 18).

 

Each of these box sets come with an Eevee GX, all with the same Attack and Ability, but with different artwork.  In addition to the Eevee GX's with Ascension DNA Ability (which heals itself), there are Flareon GX, Jolteon GX, and Vaporeon GX.

 

Flareon-GX (SM171)

Vaporeon-GX (SM172)

Jolteon-GX (SM173)

 

Eevee-GX (SM174)

Eevee-GX (SM175)

Eevee-GX (SM176)

 

More information can be found here:

 

https://www.pokemon.com/us/pokemon-tcg/product-gallery/vaporeon-gx-jolteon-gx-and-flareon-gx-special-collections/

 

Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
10,348 Different Cards to Own (the top possible).

 

 

NOTE:  After looking at Public trading in-game, many offers for these Eeveelution GX's are much higher than they should be (compared to previous box sets).  Be patient.  Promos are often too high when first released.  Wait through the next few days if you're trying to "buy" them, when more players (rather than traders) have redeemed code cards.

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 3

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
KyhnTR

**** i have 2462 total yet...

  • Upvote 1
  • Downvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

With the version 2.60 update (1/29/2019), an alternate-art foil Charmander (BUS 18a, Yellow A) was added to the game.

This card comes from a small promo box that retails for approx. $15-16, called the Charmander Sidekick Collection.  In addition to the promo card, it comes with 3 booster packs (UPR, CRI, & EVO) and a Charmander key fob.

This is the 3rd Sidekick Collection promo box, with Pikachu and Mimikyu before it.

NOTE:  I'm not sure why there was a delay adding it to the game, but there may have been production problems with this promo box.  It was supposed to be released on December 15th, and it may have been, but I personally noticed it on store shelves about 10 days ago.  Nevertheless, it's in-game now, and should be readily available at your local card shop or department store.

Post #1 is updated, and current.

10,349 Different Cards to Own (the top possible).

Edited by RobRatt
  • Upvote 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

With the release of Team Up, and new promos, 364 new cards were added to the game, which brings the new total to 10,713.
 
This latest set, Team Up, brought 351 new cards, including the regular release, reverse foils, end-of-set (SR/RR), and theme deck exclusive.  Of these, 276 are Pokémon, 66 Trainers, and 9 are Basic Energy with a new design.
 
Of the 351 cards in Team Up, 3 are exclusive versions (foil/non-foil) to either Theme Decks or Prerelease Boxes (Build & Battle Boxes).
 
Blastoise, TEU 25 (Foil, theme deck exclusive)
Charizard, TEU 14 (Foil, theme deck exclusive)
Erika's Hospitality, TEU 140 (Non-Foil, prerelease box)
 
In addition to the regular Team Up set, 13 other cards were added.
 
There are 4 Prerelease Promos (SM Black Star) for Team Up:
 
Charizard (SM158)
Jirachi (SM161)
Nidoqueen (SM160)
Zapdos (SM159)
 
There are 4 new promos from Team Up Blister Packs.  These should be available today in your local store or card shop.
 
Deoxys (SM164)  ...available in a 3-pack blister
Mimikyu (SM163)  ...available in a single-pack blister
Pikachu (SM162)  ...available in a single-pack blister
Ultra Necrozma (SM165)  ...available in a 3-pack blister
 
There are two Foil cards added -- Gyarados (BUS 33) & Raichu (BUS 41).  These alternate Holos come from single-pack Team Up blisters, sold in your local store.  There are two different ones, with either the Foil Gyarados / Non-foil Magikarp, or the Foil Raichu / Non-foil Pikachu.
 
Scheduled for release on February 15th, is the Melmetal-GX promo box.  It will include these two promos, along with 4 TCG booster packs and an oversized card.
 
Meltan (SM177)
Melmetal-GX (SM178)
 
Lastly, this update added a new Field Blower League Promo (GRI 125a, Yellow A)  The code card comes with a Team Up deck box also.  This new alternate-art Trainer probably won't start showing up in Public Offers for another week or two.
 
Post #1 is updated, and current.
 
10,713 Different Cards to Own (the top possible).

 

 

EDIT:  Updated the Foil Gyarados (BUS 33) & Foil Raichu (BUS 41).  These come from single-pack Team Up blisters.

Edited by RobRatt

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Technical Problems:

 

When looking at the cards from the new Team Up set (post #95, above), a couple discrepancies and questions came up.  I've submitted a Support Ticket, and will update this thread when more info is available.

 

Basic Energy:  There were 9 new Basic Energy added to the game.  They have a completely new design.  But when redeemed, they don't add to the Different Cards Owned statistic, and they should.  Can these 9 cards be added to the DCO stat?

 

NOTE:  Assuming this error/bug is going to be corrected, I calculated the Different Cards Owned like normal.  Bear in mind, that it will be off by 9 cards until then.

 

Erika's Hospitality:  The only place to get the non-foil version of Erika's Hospitality is from the prerelease kits (Build & Battle Box).  But when redeemed from the Code Card, the B&B Box is giving out the standard Foil version.  Can this be corrected, and players be given the proper version?

 

Gyarados & Raichu:  This is just a question.  These 2 Burning Shadows cards (Holo Foils) were added to the game yesterday -- Gyarados (BUS 33) & Raichu (BUS 41) -- yet it's hard to know where they come from, or which future product they'll be part of.  Any ideas?

 

EDIT:  The Foil Gyarados (BUS 33) & Foil Raichu (BUS 41) come from single-pack Team Up blisters, sold in your local store.  There are two different ones, with either the Foil Gyarados / Non-foil Magikarp, or the Foil Raichu / Non-foil Pikachu.

 

EDIT:  The non-foil version of Erika's Hospitality is properly redeemed from the Team Up prerelease kits.  It's available in Public trading also.  This was corrected in the v2.61 update on February 26, 2019.

Edited by RobRatt

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

Update on Basic Energies, and Erika's Hospitality...
 
...NOTHING.
 
After submitting a Support Ticket, and a couple e-mails, here is the response from someone at The Pokémon Company called TPCi Lead T3 (the quote below).
 
Somehow, this isn't much of a surprise. ...awkward, but not unexpected.  I knew we were in trouble when the first response told me to submit a Game Log the next time it occurred.
 

Thank you for reaching out to us.  Unfortunately these details are not something we are able to provide beyond any documentation or news on pokemon.com.
 
Thank you and have a great day.

P.S.  I did reply one more time, asking for another look.  Fingers crossed.
 



EDIT:  Another e-mail reply from TPCi Lead T3...
 

Thank you for the follow up.  Unfortunately as previously mentioned, we are not able to provide details on how cards are released or distributed beyond information already presented through the Organized Play program or through pokemon.com.
 
Thank you and have a great day.

I was hoping to hear, "Thank you for bringing this GAME BUG to our attention.  We will fix it in the near future."

 

It's not listed in the Known Issues on the Forum.  And should be.  Sorry to think it would be otherwise.

Edited by RobRatt

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
SuperStone

Update on Basic Energy, Erika's Hospitality, Gyarados and Raichu (BUS)...

 

...NOTHING.

 

After submitting a Support Ticket, and a couple e-mails, here is the response from someone at The Company called TPCi Lead T3.

 

Somehow, this isn't much of a surprise. ...awkward, but not unexpected.  I knew we were in trouble when the first response told me to submit a Game Log the next time it occurred.

 

Yeah, they don't like answering those questions, do they.  I remember asking about Red Star Promos a couple of years ago, and they basically gave me no information.  You roll how you roll, I guess.  :cool: 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
LordKieta

There are new blisters in my Target and Walmart that include 1 Team Up pack, 1 Non Foil Burning Shadows Magikarp/Pikachu and 1 Special Foil Burning Shadows Gyarados/Raichu and a code. 

Posting this in both your threads so you see it

  • Upvote 2

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
RobRatt

There are new blisters in my Target and Walmart that include 1 Team Up pack, 1 Non Foil Burning Shadows Magikarp/Pikachu and 1 Special Foil Burning Shadows Gyarados/Raichu and a code.

Thank you Kieta, as always.  The mystery of these two cards is solved now.

 

I updated the Team Up post (#95) and post #96 with the following:

 

The Foil Gyarados (BUS 33) & Foil Raichu (BUS 41) come from single-pack Team Up blisters, sold in your local store.  There are two different ones, with either the Foil Gyarados / Non-foil Magikarp, or the Foil Raichu / Non-foil Pikachu.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

×
×
  • Create New...