The next expansion, Sword & Shield: Flaming Darkness for the Pokémon TCG, will be released in August. We can already present two of the new cards to you exclusively.
Over 185 new cards await you in the new Sword & Shield: Flaming Darkness expansion, which will be released on August 14, 2020 for the Pokémon TCG. Of course, this expansion is also packed with Pokémon from the current Galar region, such as the legendary Endynalos.
Since the giant gigadynamax shapes have already decided numerous battles on the Nintendo Switch, these must of course not be missing in the trading card game as VMAX cards. One of the Pokémon that you can finally develop into the gigadynamax form in the upcoming expansion is the legendary Endynalos.
For the first time Endynalos VMAX appears in the Pokémon TCG and brings the power of infinity with it! The giant Pokémon’s icy Unendynamax shape has the Endless Zone ability, which allows you to place up to eight Pokémon of the Unlight type on your bench. With the growing number of Pokémon, the power of “Endless Terror” increases. The attack does 30 damage for each of your Unlight Pokémon in the game!
The next card, which we can exclusively present to you, is an old friend from Pokémon: Sun & Moon. Silvarro, the final development stage of the starter Pokémon Bauz, is also part of Sword & Shield: Flaming Darkness.
The Pokémon Silvarro arrow wing returns from the deep forests to face the flood of Pokémon V! Its Forest Stealth ability is the perfect counterattack against Pokémon V and Pokémon-GX as it prevents any damage from their attacks. Refined!
Are you looking forward to the upcoming set and which card do you hope to open in your boosters? All information about the upcoming Sword & Shield: Flaming Darkness expansion is available on the official website.
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