Battle Arena Decks—Rayquaza-GX vs. Ultra Necrozma-GX (TCG)
|Battle Arena Decks—Rayquaza-GX vs. Ultra Necrozma-GX
- Battle Arena Decks—Rayquaza-GX vs. Ultra Necrozma-GX
Mighty Pokémon Battle for Victory!
Powerful Pokémon are ready to heat up the battlefield in the new Pokémon TCG: Battle Arena Decks! These 60-card decks are ready to play right away, with powerful cards and winning strategies worthy of an ace Trainer. Each deck is led by an exceptional Legendary Pokémon-GX and includes 9 foil cards. Let the battle begin!
- Battle Arena Deck
- Battle Arena Deck
- Ultra Necrozma-GX
A nightmare for your opponent! Strike hard with Ultra Necrozma-GX, Giratina, and Malamar in this Metal- and Psychic-type deck.
The Battle Arena Decks—Rayquaza-GX vs. Ultra Necrozma-GX are two 60-card decks that focus on popular cards from the Sun & Moon Series. The Rayquaza-GX Deck focuses on Lightning-type Pokémon and is built around Rayquaza-GX from Celestial Storm, while the Ultra Necrozma-GX Deck comprises mostly Psychic-type Pokémon and features Forbidden Light Ultra Necrozma-GX as its main attacker. The decks employ strategies from the time they were originally released and utilize popular cards such as Zapdos, Tapu Koko , Jirachi, and Malamar. Each deck includes a Cracked Ice Holofoil coin and deck box featuring the titular Pokémon, a sheet of damage counters and markers, a two-player playmat and rulesheet, a Quick Guide, and a code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online.
This set of Battle Arena Decks contains exclusive prints of 9 different cards:
- Non Holofoil print (×2) of Team Up Zapdos
- Non Holofoil print (×1) of Unbroken Bonds Zeraora
- Non Holofoil print (×2) of Team Up Erika's Hospitality
- Non Holofoil print (×2) of Team Up Jirachi
- Non Holofoil print (×2) of Lost Thunder Giratina
- Yellow A Alternate art print (×2) of Sightseer
- Yellow A Alternate art print (×2) of Tate & Liza
- Water Web Holofoil print (×6) of Sun & Moon Lightning Energy
- Water Web Holofoil print (×6) of Sun & Moon Psychic Energy
|This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.