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Pokemon Go Ditto Time


Pokemon Go Ditto Time


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The English and Japanese sets will feature a special gimmick involving Ditto. Some cards will appear to be a certain Pokemon, but the top layer can actually be peeled off! When you peel it, you’ll reveal the real card: Ditto. To indicate the top layer can be peeled, you’ll see a Ditto in place of the card’s regulation mark, as you can see on the Bidoof below. These peeled layers cannot be used at official events.

Update: Pokemon has confirmed the peeling mechanic will be part of our English set: It’s Pokemon Go Ditto Time!

Now here’s something you don’t see every day… And if you’re not looking closely, you might miss it! To find Ditto in the Pokémon GO expansion, look for other Pokémon that have a layer you can peel off to reveal the Transform Pokémon underneath! Note that the Pokémon that rests on top of Ditto can’t be used competitively in official matches—only the Ditto itself. In fact, you’ll find a little Ditto icon in place of the typical tournament registration mark!

Update #2: Pokemon has posted a video of the peeling action!

The set’s English products will begin to release on July 1st. As with all special sets, booster packs will only be available through these products; individual booster packs will not be sold.

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Pokemon has revealed complete images of our Celebrations products! Previously, the promo cards were hidden.

We can see Dark Sylveon V, Lance’s Charizard V, Dragapult V (previously revealed), Zacian LV.X (previously revealed), Pikachu V-UNION, Pikachu V, and Pikachu VMAX.

Here’s a closer look at the cards. Dragapult Prime says “This card cannot be used at official tournaments,” confirming our speculation that the “remake” cards of old mechanics will not be legal for tournament play. And so this of course shouldn’t apply to Pokemon V like Dark Sylveon and Lance’s Charizard V.

Turns out the lost SWSH062 promo is Pikachu VMAX!

As posted before, Celebrations products will include promo cards that combine newer Pokemon with popular game mechanics from the past 25 years. This includes Dark and Light Pokemon, Delta Species (δ) Pokemon, and Pokemon Star. Some examples include Dark Sylveon V, Light Toxtricity, Greninja ☆, Mimikyu δ, Dragapult Prime, and Zacian LV.X.

The main set will contain over 45 cards, including four Pokemon V and two Pokemon VMAX. It will feature Legendary, Mythical, and other beloved Pokemon. This includes Mew, Ho-Oh, Zamazenta, Flying Pikachu, and Surfing Pikachu. Professor Oak will also make an appearance. The main set will be Standard legal according to Pokemon.com.

Even more exciting, Celebrations will feature a special subset of 25 cards containing close remakes of iconic cards from the past. It will be called “Classic Collections” and include Base Set Charizard, Umbreon ☆, Tapu Lele-GX, and more. Base Set Pikachu is also mentioned. Unlike Evolutions these cards will be exact reprints of the original cards but with a 25th anniversary stamp and modified copyright information.

Each booster pack will contain four holographic cards. Each card will feature a 25th anniversary stamp. These Celebrations booster packs can only be found within special Celebrations products, which will begin to release in October.

The set will be based on Japan’s 25th Anniversary Collection and its associated products.

Card Images

Official product images from Brazil revealed the promos of Dragapult Prime, Mimikyu δ, Light Toxtricity, Hydreigon C, and Zacian LV.X.

They use the same card templates and art style as their eras, as if the cards were created back then.

And then we can also see the holofoil paper the set will use on Zacian LV.X. Pokemon will probably print all the cards on the same holofoil paper.

These cards probably won’t be legal for tournament play. They don’t have legality markers. Below the copyrights there’s some kind of note that’s hard to read — it might say something like “Not legal for tournament play.” Zacian LV.X also has the old Poke-Body mechanic, which would be incompatible with today’s cards.

Pokémon CelebrationsDragapult – Psychic – HP150
Stage 2 – Evolves from Drakloak

[P] Mach Turn: 60 damage. You may switch this Pokemon with 1 of your Benched Pokemon.

[P][P][C] Diving Sweep: 150 damage. Discard 1 random card from your opponent’s hand.

Weakness: Darkness (x2)
Resistance: Fighting (-30)
Retreat: 0

Of course Pokémon Prime are from the HeartGold & SoulSilver era. In terms of gameplay they were no different from other Pokémon of the time. It’s purely aesthetic , as they had spikes around their card image and all Pokémon Prime had “close-up” artwork of the Pokémon’s face.

Mimikyu δ – Water – HP70
Basic Pokémon (Delta Species)

[W] Steal: Draw 2 cards.

[W][C] Wet Claw: 40 damage. Return 1 Energy attached to your opponent’s Active Pokemon to their hand.

Weakness: Lightning (x2)
Resistance: none
Retreat: 1

(Delta Species Pokemon are from late in Generation III. They featured each Pokemon as an unusual type due to a mutation. There were also cards that supported them, like with the current Single Strike and Rapid Strike Pokemon.)

Pokémon CelebrationsLight Toxtricity – Lightning – HP120
Stage 1 (Light Pokemon) – Evolves from Toxel

[C] Slow Ballad: Heal 30 damage from both Active Pokemon.

[L][L][C] Smashing Spanking: 160 damage. During your next turn, this Pokemon can’t use Smashing Spanking.

Weakness: Fighting (x2)
Resistance: none
Retreat: 2

(Light Pokemon were from the Neo Destiny. They’re obviously the reverse of Dark Pokemon. Their card templates are a bit different. In terms of gameplay they were known for healing and greater HP.)

Pokémon CelebrationsHydreigon C – Darkness – HP110
Basic Pokemon (Pokemon SP)

[C][C] Bite: 30 damage.

[D][D][C] Possessed Blade: 100 damage. This attack does 20 damage to 2 of your opponent’s Benched Pokemon. (Don’t apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokemon.)

Weakness: Grass (x2)
Resistance: none
Retreat: 2

(Pokemon SP were another “label mechanic” like Delta Species Pokemon, Rapid Strike Pokemon, Plasma Pokemon, etc. They were each owned by someone. In this case the “C” stands for Champion, which is why Champion Iris is depicted on this card. Of course neither Iris or Hydriegon existed back then, but these cards are pretending as if they were made then!)

Zacian LV.X – Metal – HP160
Level-Up – Put onto Zacian

Poke-Body: Bladed Armament
Damage from this Pokemon’s attacks isn’t affected by any effects on your opponent’s Active Pokemon.

[M][M][C] Brave Blade: 240 damage. During your next turn, this Pokemon can’t attack.

Put this card onto your Active Zacian. Zacian LV.X can use any attack, Poke-Power, or Poke-Body from its previous Level.

Weakness: Fire (x2)
Resistance: Grass (-30)
Retreat: 2

(Pokemon LV.X are from Generation IV. You play them on top of an existing Pokemon to upgrade them with additional attacks as well as Poke-Powers and Poke-Bodies, which were the precursor to Abilities.)

Pokémon TCG: Celebrations CollectionDragapult Prime

Product Contents: One foil promo card and one foil oversize card featuring Dragapult Prime, two Celebrations fourcard booster packs, one additional Pokemon TCG booster pack, a fourpocket binder to hold your cards, and one anniversarythemed coin

Release Date: Oct. 8, 2021

Pokémon TCG: Celebrations CollectionsLance’s Charizard V and Dark Sylveon V

Product Contents: One foil promo card and one foil oversize card featuring Lance’s Charizard V or Dark Sylveon V, four Celebrations fourcard booster packs, and two additional Pokémon TCG booster packs.

Release Date: Oct. 8, 2021


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Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Deluxe Pin Collection

Product Contents: One foil promo card featuring Zacian LV.X, an enamel pin featuring Flying and Surfing Pikachu, four Celebrations fourcard booster packs, and two additional Pokémon TCG booster packs.

Release Date: Oct. 8, 2021


Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Elite Trainer Box

Product Contents: 10 Celebrations fourcard booster packs, five additional Pokémon TCG booster packs, one special foil card featuring Greninja , 65 anniversarythemed card sleeves, 45 Energy cards, a player’s guide to the Celebrations expansion, a Pokémon TCG rulebook, six damagecounter dice, one competitionlegal coinflip die, and two acrylic condition markers.

Release Date: Oct. 8, 2021


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Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Mini Tins

Product Contents: Two Celebrations fourcard booster packs, one additional Pokémon TCG booster pack, one anniversarythemed coin, and one Pokémon art card showing the art from the Mini Tin (collect and combine all eight versions)

Release Date: Oct. 8, 2021


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Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Special CollectionPikachu VUNION

Product Contents: Four foil promo cards that make up a single Pikachu VUNION, one oversize card featuring Pikachu VUNION, one Supporter card featuring Professor Burnet, four Celebrations fourcard boosters, and two additional Pokémon TCG boosters.

Release Date: Oct. 8, 2021


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Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Premium Figure CollectionPikachu VMAX

Product Contents: One etched foil promo card featuring Pikachu VMAX, one foil promo card featuring Pikachu V, a supersize figure of Gigantamax Pikachu, eight Celebrations fourcard booster packs, and three additional Pokémon TCG booster packs.

Release Date: Oct. 22, 2021


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Pokémon TCG: Celebrations UltraPremium Collection

Product Contents: Two commemorative metal cards featuring Base Set Pikachu and Base Set Charizard, one special gold version of Pikachu V, one special gold version of Poké Ball, a Charizard and Pikachu enamel pin, one anniversarythemed metal coin, 17 Celebrations fourcard booster packs, eight additional Pokémon TCG booster packs, and player’s guide.

Release Date: Oct. 22, 2021


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Pokémon TCG: Celebrations Collector Chest

Product Contents: Six Celebrations fourcard booster packs, two additional Pokémon TCG booster packs, three foil promo cards featuring Mimikyu δ (Delta Species), Light Toxtricity, and Hydreigon C; four colorful sticker sheets, a mini portfolio to store cards, a Pokémon coin, and a Pokémon notepad.

Release Date: October 2021


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