Pokémon TCG: Black & White—Next Destinies (Japanese: サイコドライブPsycho Drive and ヘイルブリザードHail Blizzard) is the name given to the fourth main expansion of cards from the Black & White Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is the third main expansion from the BW Era of the Pokémon Card Game in Japan. The set continues to feature Generation V Pokémon in the card game.
The Pokémon Trading Card Game: Black & White—Next Destinies expansion is loaded with powerful Pokémon-EX to give you extraordinary excitement! Discover great Pokémon like Reshiram-EX and Zekrom-EX, and even Pokémon from beyond the Unova region, like Mewtwo-EX. Next Destinies delivers your destiny: Pokémon with exceptional HP, Special Energy and Trainer cards with expanded powers, and expert strategies to extend your victory streaks!
Next Destinies introduced Pokémon-EX, a type of Pokémon. Pokémon-EX are more powerful versions of Pokémon. When a Pokémon-EX is Knocked Out, the opponent takes two Prize cards instead of one. All Pokémon-EX are Basic Pokémon. Pokémon-EX came in two types of prints, Regular card and Full Art card. Regular prints featured part of the Pokémon out of the artwork window border. They lacked the Pokémon's Pokédex number, species, height, and weight. The Pokémon-EX rule box took the place of the Pokédex entry. Part of the artwork, Pokémon-EX rule box and the card border were Holofoil. The whole card had a glossy finish. Full Art prints featured the character art covering the entire card and a special etching treatment not seen in any Trading Card Game companies. Starting from this expansion, the Secret cards depicted Shiny Pokémon. They were reprints of cards released in previous Black & White Series expansions. The Pokémon is Holofoil and a Holofoil type symbol was located in the middle of the attack box.
The Psycho Drive and Hail Blizzard 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 Next Destinies 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.