Pokémon TCG: Black & White—Dragons Exalted (Japanese: リューズブラストDragon Blast and リューノブレードDragon Blade) is the name given to the sixth main expansion of cards from the Black & White Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is the fifth 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.
The might of dragons is yours to control in a way that can change your game forever—as a brand-new Energy type! Rayquaza, Giratina, Hydreigon. Few Pokémon inspire awe and wonder like Dragon-type Pokémon, and in the Dragons Exalted expansion, they come ready to rule the game! And with a grand mix of all-new Pokémon-EX and a horde of Dragon-type Pokémon to take to the skies and take the battlefield by storm, plus new Trainer cards and new Special Energy cards, you'll be ready for the roar of dragons and the glory of battle!
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Dragons Exalted is the name given to the sixth main expansion of the Black & White Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as the Dragon Blast and Dragon Blade dual expansions that make up the fifth expansion block in the Pokémon Card Game BW Era. It is based on Pokémon Black and White, featuring Generation V Pokémon. The English expansion was released on August 15, 2012, while the Japanese expansions were released on March 16, 2012. Dragons Exalted is composed of its Japanese equivalent as well as the Hydreigon Half Deck and Garchomp Half Deck.
Dragons Exalted introduced the Dragon-types. As there was no Dragon Basic Energy, attacks of these Pokémon required Basic Energy cards of the other types.
Magmortar featured different illustrations in the English release and the Japanese release. It originally depicted Magmortar pointing its cannon directly at the viewer and was changed to Magmortar holding one of its cannons in the English print.
The Dragon Blast and Dragon Blade 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. 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.