Pokémon Sun & Moon: Lost Thunder details confirmed
The Pokémon Company International has confirmed details of the upcoming expansion for their popular card game, Sun & Moon—Lost Thunder. This expansion is currently set to release on November 2, 2018, bringing forth Prism Star variants of both Celebi and Ditto, as well as Blacephalon-GX, Lugia-GX, Tyranitar-GX, and the newest Mythical beast, Zeraora-GX.
Set against a backdrop of forested hills, alive with the fragrance of incense from ancient shrines and the sparks of high-voltage Pokémon, Sun & Moon—Lost Thunder fuses the new with the traditional.
Scheduled to release on November 2, this latest expansion includes Prism Star variants of Celebi and Ditto, alongside Blacephalon-GX, Lugia-GX, Tyranitar-GX and the newest Mythical Pokémon, Zeraora-GX. The number of cards you can expect are:
Over 210 cards
Seven powerful Prism Star cards, including three Stadium cards
13 Pokémon-GX and four Ultra Beasts
More than 20 Trainer cards
There are a number of prerelease tournaments taking place from October 20 through October 28 for those who may be interested in checking out the expansion before the official launch.
The owners of Pokémon Ultra Sun or Pokémon Ultra Moon will also be able to obtain the powerful, Mythical Pokémon known as Zeraora, who is at level 50. His moves include Plasma Fists, Thunder Punch, Close Combat, and Thunder, along with the Volt Absorb ability and a held Air Balloon.
Are you eager for the cards, new beast, neither, or both?
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