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Zamazenta Theme Deck (TCG)

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Zamazenta Theme Deck
Expansion Rebel Clash
Release date May 1, 2020
Types used Metal

The Zamazenta Theme Deck from the Rebel Clash expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game focuses on Metal Pokémon.

Like other Theme Decks, the Zamazenta Theme Deck includes damage counters, a one-player playmat, a Zamazenta deckbox, a custom coin featuring Zamazenta, and a TCGO code card. The Zamazenta Theme Deck also includes a Quick Start Rules booklet to help players new to the game.



Zamazenta holds the line!

Strong as any shield, the Legendary Pokémon Zamazenta and a group of Pokémon warriors are ready to battle! Duraludon gets you powered up quickly, and Professor's Research ensures your hand stays full of options. Corviknight and Ferrothorn add steely determination as you keep the Zamazenta theme deck focused and on target!

Deck list

Quantity Card Type Rarity
Zamazenta Metal Rare Holo
Zamazenta Metal Rare
Corviknight Metal Rare
Corvisquire Colorless Uncommon
Rookidee Colorless Common
Bisharp Metal Uncommon
Pawniard Metal Common
Ferrothorn Metal Uncommon
Ferroseed Metal Common
Duraludon Metal Rare
Dan Su Uncommon
Great Ball I Uncommon
Hop Su Uncommon
Metal Saucer I Uncommon
Poké Kid Su Uncommon
Potion I Uncommon
Professor's Research Su Uncommon
Sonia Su Uncommon
Switch I Uncommon
18× Metal Energy Metal E


  • The Cracked Ice Holofoil version of Zamazenta is exclusive to this deck.

In other languages

Language Title
France Flag.png French Zamazenta
Germany Flag.png German Zamazenta
Italy Flag.png Italian Zamazenta
Spain Flag.png Spanish Zamazenta

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