Pokémon TCG: Black & White—Boundaries Crossed (Japanese: フリーズボルトFreeze Bolt and コールドフレアCold Flare) is the name given to the seventh main expansion of cards from the Black & White Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is the sixth main expansion from the BW Era of the Pokémon Card Game in Japan. The set continues to feature Generation V Pokémon and Pokémon-EX in the card game.
Step into the next dimension of your journey into battle using the might of the Boundary Pokémon... both White Kyurem and Black Kyurem! Harness the powers of more Pokémon-EX like Landorus, Cresselia, and Celebi, and Keldeo makes its debut in the Black & White—Boundaries Crossed expansion as both a Pokémon and a Pokémon-EX, along with the never-before-seen, powerful ACE SPEC Trainer cards, which are so devastating that you can only carry one into battle! Cross over to sweep aside your opponents with one mighty push!
Freeze Bolt • Cold Flare logos
Boundaries Crossed is the name given to the seventh main expansion of the Black & White Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as the Freeze Bolt and Cold Flare dual expansions that make up the sixth expansion block in the Pokémon Card Game BW Era. It is based on Pokémon Black 2 and White 2, featuring Generation V Pokémon. The English expansion was released on November 7, 2012, while the Japanese expansions were released on July 13, 2012.
Boundaries Crossed introduced ACE SPEC cards, a classification of Item cards. These cards were incredibly powerful that it was limited to 1 ACE SPEC card per deck. ACE SPEC cards have Holofoil on the card border, the name strip, the ACE SPEC text, the ACE SPEC game rule box, and the background of the artwork. The TRAINER or TRAINER'S text was red.
The Freeze Bolt and Cold Flare sets are released in Japanese and Korean. The Japanese set is available in both 1st and unlimited edition, and the Korean set is only available in unlimited edition. The Boundaries Crossed set is released in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese. Cards in the English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish sets were also available as Reverse Holos. The Portuguese version of this set lacked any Reverse Holos.