Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Burning Shadows (Japanese: 闘う虹を見たかTo Have Seen the Battle Rainbow and 光を喰らう闇Darkness that Consumes Light) is the name given to the third main expansion of cards from the Sun & Moon Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game (the Sun & Moon Era in Japan). The set continues to feature Generation VII and Pokémon-GX in the card game, with a focus on the Rainbow Pokémon, Ho-Oh and the Prism Pokémon, Necrozma.
Fiery Battles and Deep Shadows!
What strange fires lurk in the shadows? Minions of Team Skull and a cavalcade of new Pokémon stand ready to battle in the dark of night and in the blazing sun! Slug it out with new titans like Necrozma-GX, Marshadow-GX, and Tapu Fini-GX, or battle with trusty allies from Machamp-GX and Charizard-GX to Darkrai-GX and Ho-Oh-GX. Fight for what's right with the Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon—Burning Shadows expansion!
Burning Shadows is the name given to the third main expansion of the Sun & Moon Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as the To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow · Darkness that Consumes Light dual sets that make up the third expansion block in the Pokémon Card Game Sun & Moon Era. The two subsets tie in with the 20th Pokémon movie, featuring key Pokémon that appear in it, such as Ho-Oh and Marshadow. The subsets were released on June 16, 2017 in Japan and the English expansion on August 4, 2017.
Burning Shadows contains over 140 cards, including 12 new Pokémon-GX and several Pokémon native to the Alola region. The Japanese equivalent To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow and Darkness that Consumes Light feature Ho-Oh and Necrozma, respectively, with each subset containing 64 cards (including Secret cards). The English release contains 169 cards, bringing together the release of the two Japanese subsets and the Facing a New Trial subset.
Upon purchasing a booster box of either subset in Japan, patrons received an exclusive SM-P Promo card based on which booster box they purchase. Lucario was handed out for To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow while Porygon-Z was handed out for Darkness that Consumes Light.