Pokémon TCG: XY (Japanese: コレクションXCollection X and コレクションYCollection Y) is the name given to the first main expansion of cards from the XY Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game (the XY Era in Japan). The set is the first to feature Generation VI Pokémon in the card game.
Kalos has been revealed, yet so much still remains unseen! New Trainers, new tactics, and the awe-inspiring Xerneas and Yveltal await—as does something else. Something...different. Something to make even the mightiest of Pokémon-EX tremble! A new age begins in the Pokémon TCG with Mega Evolution!
Collection X • Collection Y logos
XY is the name given to the first main expansion of the XY Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as the Collection X and Collection Y dual expansions that make up the first expansion block in the Pokémon Card Game XY Era. It is based on Pokémon X and Y, featuring Generation VI Pokémon and the two game Legendary PokémonXerneas and Yveltal. The English expansion was released on February 5, 2014, while the Japanese expansions were released on December 13, 2013.
XY introduced M Pokémon-EX, a variant of the Pokémon-EX. M Pokémon-EX are Mega Evolved Pokémon which were a new feature introduced in Pokémon X and Y. Unlike in the core series games, Pokémon-EX does not require a Mega Stone to Mega Evolve, however a player's turn ends when it becomes a Mega Evolution Pokémon. M Pokémon-EX have only one attack and its name was featured in the artwork (Japanese and Korean prints displayed English text, while international prints displayed Japanese text). It also introduced the Fairy-types.
This is the first pack to change the TCG's requiring age from 10+ to 6+.
The Collection X and Collection Y sets are released in Japanese and Korean. The Japanese sets are available in both 1st and unlimited edition, and the Korean sets are only available in unlimited edition. The XY set is released in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Russian. Cards in the English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Russian sets were also available as Reverse Holos. The Portuguese version of this set lacked any Reverse Holos.