Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield—Rebel Clash introduces new Pokémon V, Pokémon VMAX, Galar Pokémon, Toxtricity V, Dubwool V and more

Dozens of recently discovered Pokémon from the Galar region make their way to the Pokémon Trading Card Game in the next expansion, Sword & Shield—Rebel Clash, releasing around the world on May 1 from The Pokémon Company International.

Available in booster packs, theme decks, Elite Trainer Boxes, and special collections, Sword & Shield—Rebel Clash continues to introduce new Pokémon V and Pokémon VMAX such as Toxtricity VMAX, based on Gigantamax Toxtricity from the Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield video games.

In addition, Trainers can look forward to adding the following key cards to their Pokémon TCG collection:

  • 16 Pokémon V such as Toxtricity V, Dubwool V, Boltund V, and Sandaconda V—plus
    14 full-art Pokémon V
  • Seven Pokémon VMAX, including the final Evolutions of the first partner Pokémon of Galar, as well as Copperajah VMAX and Dragapult VMAX
  • More than 15 Trainer cards and four full-art Supporter cards
  • Four new Special Energy cards

At launch, cards from Sword & Shield—Rebel Clash will be available in the Pokémon TCG Card Dex app, which offers an easy way to digitally browse and discover cards from the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield Series and Sun & Moon Series.

Pokémon TCG players will also have the opportunity to play with Sword & Shield—Rebel Clash before launch by attending one of the many Prerelease tournaments taking place April 18–26 at participating independent retailers, which can be located here: pokemon.com/locator.

For additional information about the Pokémon TCG, visit Pokemon.com/TCG.

Source: The Pokémon Company International

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