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===CollectionThe SheetBW JourneyEra merchandise encompasses everything released in between when the Era started in September 2010 and when the XY Era began in November 2013. In order to release special promotional cards and merchandise and to promote the card game, special promotional materials such as Blister Packs, Boxes, and Decks are distributed to the fans of the Japanese card game. The following is a list of the merchandise released during the BW Era of the Trading Card Game. Partners===
 
==Collection Sheet Journey Partners==
The BW era officially began in Japan on September 18, 2010 with the release of the '''Collection Sheet Journey Partners''' (Japanese: '''コレクションシート 旅立ちの仲間'''). This collection consists of three sets, each focusing on one of the [[Generation V]] [[starter Pokémon]]: {{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}}, and {{p|Oshawott}}. Each set contains three cards, nine available to collect in total, with every [[type]] in the TCG at the time represented by a card.
 
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===Beginning Set===
The first major release of the BW era was the '''Beginning Set''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット'''), available from October 29, 2010. Much like the earlier Collection Sheet Journey Partners, the set features three half decks with particular emphasis of the [[Unova]] starter Pokémon {{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}}, and {{p|Oshawott}}, while all collectively introduce a handful of new Generation V Pokémon. As an introductory product, the Beginning Set includes game essentials such as damage counters, a coin, and play mat, plus a number of play aids. These include a how-to-play booklet and DVD, plus three quick guides for each half deck detailing game flow and specific cards.
 
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===Beginning Set for Girls===
Released simultaneously with the regular Beginning Set, the '''Beginning Set for Girls''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット forガール''') marks the first TCG product explicitly marketed at a specific gender, with differences in presentation and illustration style on the cards exclusive to the set. Aside from a number of these exclusive cards, the contents remain largely similar to those in the regular Beginning Set: three starter-oriented half decks, damage counters, one coin, one play mat, three quick guides, one how-to-play booklet, and one how-to-play DVD.
 
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===Beginning Set DX===
Little under a month after the release of the Beginning Set, a deluxe version called the '''Beginning Set DX''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセットDX''') was made available on November 20, 2010. The Beginning Set DX contains everything found in the regular Beginning Set, with the addition of a deck case, a set of 32 card sleeves, a sticker sheet, and a notebook. All of these items are also presented in a metal case emblazoned with various Pokémon in action poses.
 
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===Beginning Set DX for Girls===
The '''Beginning Set DX for Girls''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセットDX forガール'''), an enhanced version of the regular Beginning Set for Girls, was released at the same time as the Beginning Set DX. Much like its counterpart, a deck case, a set of 32 card sleeves, a sticker sheet, and a notebook were packaged in addition to the contents found in the regular version, all presented in a metal case. The Pokémon featured on the case are drawn in soft pastel shades as opposed to the brightly colored 3D models as featured on the Beginning Set DX case.
 
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===Energy Card Official Card Box Reshiram•Zekrom===
December 17, 2010 marked the release of {{TCG|Black Collection}} and {{TCG|White Collection}}. Available alongside was the '''Energy Card Official Card Box Reshiram•Zekrom''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きオフィシャルカードボックス レシロム•ゼクロム'''), which came packaged with five of each type of basic Energy card for a total of 40 cards, as no Energy cards were included in either Black Collection or White Collection. The box itself has enough space for 500 cards, and also comes with three dividers for organization.
 
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===Lawson Original Coin Set===
The '''Lawson Original Coin Set''' (Japanese: '''ローソンオリジナルコインセット''') was sold exclusively in {{wp|Lawson}} stores from January 1, 2011. This no frills set includes one {{TCG|Black Collection}} booster pack, one {{TCG|White Collection}} booster pack, and one {{TCG|coin}} featuring {{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}}, and {{p|Oshawott}}. The coin comes in either red or green versions, both exclusive to the Lawson Original Coin Set, with silver and pink versions previously available in the {{TCG|Beginning Set}} and Beginning Set for Girls, respectively.
 
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===Cobalion Battle Strength Deck===
One of three {{TCG|Battle Strength Decks}} released on March 18, 2011. The '''Cobalion Battle Strength Deck''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ コバルオン''') focuses on {{TCG|Darkness}}, {{TCG|Metal}}, and {{TCG|Colorless}} Pokémon, particularly the Legendary Iron Will Pokémon {{p|Cobalion}}, which is included as a Cracked Ice Holofoil card. Also included is a "How to Play Easy Guide" and a "Battle Strength Guide" that includes tips for bolstering decks.
 
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===Terrakion Battle Strength Deck===
Another of the three Battle Strength Decks made available on March 18, 2011 was the '''Terrakion Battle Strength Deck''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ テラキオン'''), which features the Legendary Cavern Pokémon {{p|Terrakion}} as a Cracked Ice Holofoil {{ct|Fighting}} card. In addition to Fighting types, the deck includes {{TCG|Lightning}} and {{ct|Psychic}} Pokémon, plus a "How to Play Easy Guide" and a "Battle Strength Guide".
 
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===Virizion Battle Strength Deck===
Rounding off the trio of [[Swords of Justice]]-themed half decks, the '''Virizion Battle Strength Deck''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ ビリジオン''') was also released on March 18, 2011. The Legendary Grassland Pokémon {{p|Virizion}} is the central card, along with other {{ct|Grass}}s, as well as {{TCG|Fire}} and {{ct|Water}} Pokémon. As with the other Battle Strength Decks, a "How to Play Easy Guide" and a "Battle Strength Guide" are included.
 
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===Mini Card File Set Throh Version===
Released on April 22, 2011 as one of two special packs, the '''Mini Card File Set Throh Version''' (Japanese: '''ミニカードファイルセット ナゲキver.''') is one of the first BW era products to continue the trend of packaging a promotional card with multiple booster packs. The featured card in this instance is the Judo Pokémon {{p|Throh}}. Also packaged are two {{TCG|Black Collection}} booster packs, two {{TCG|White Collection}} booster packs, and a mini card file with twenty pages to store cards.
 
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===Mini Card File Set Sawk Version===
Also released on April 22, 2011 was the '''Mini Card File Set Sawk Version''' (Japanese: '''ミニカードファイルセット ダゲキver.'''), which features the Karate Pokémon {{p|Sawk}} as the included promotional card. Similarly to its counterpart, this special pack contains two booster packs from {{TCG|Black Collection}}, two from {{TCG|White Collection}}, plus the same mini card file for storage of up to 40 cards.
 
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===Battle Theme Deck: Victini===
The '''{{TCG|Battle Theme Deck: Victini}}''' (Japanese: '''バトルテーマデッキ ビクティニ''') was released on June 17, 2011, and features the Victory Pokémon {{p|Victini}} as both a {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Psychic}} card. These two cards form the basis of the two decks in the set, with the Fire type Victini included in the Victini Formation Deck, and the Psychic type Victini included as part of the Victini Coin Flip Deck. The two decks each have 10 exclusive cards, with the remaining 20 to be used with either to form a half deck. The set also comes packaged with a Victini coin and deck building guide book.
 
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===Movie Commemoration Value Set 7-Eleven•Pokémon Center Version===
In celebration of the dual theatrical release of ''Victini and the Black Hero: Zekrom'' and ''Victini and the White Hero: Reshiram'', a total of four value sets were made available in two primary versions. The first pair of sets, '''Movie Commemoration Value Set B 7-Eleven•Pokémon Center Version''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 バリューセットB セブン-イレブン•ポケモンセンターver.''') and '''Movie Commemoration Value Set W 7-Eleven•Pokémon Center Version''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 バリューセットW セブン-イレブン•ポケモンセンターver.'''), were released on July 15, 2011 exclusively in 7-Eleven stores and Pokémon Centers. Both are packaged with a promotional {{p|Klinklang}} card and one {{TCG|Red Collection}} booster pack, while the remaining contents differ. The B set contains an additional {{TCG|Black Collection}} booster pack and {{p|Bisharp}}-themed deck case, while the W set contains an additional {{TCG|White Collection}} booster pack and a themed deck case featuring {{p|Victini}}, {{p|Reshiram}}, and {{p|Zekrom}}.
 
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===Movie Commemoration Value Set===
Released on July 16, 2011 in conjunction with the movie premieres of ''Victini and the Black Hero: Zekrom'' and ''Victini and the White Hero: Reshiram'', the second pair of commemorative value sets received no limited store release. The '''Movie Commemoration Value Set B''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 バリューセットB''') contains one Black Collection booster pack, one Red Collection booster pack, and a themed deck case featuring Reshiram and Zekrom. The '''Movie Commemoration Value Set W''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 バリューセットW''') contains one White Collection booster pack, one Red Collection booster pack, and a Victini-themed deck case. Both of these value sets were also packaged with a {{p|Golurk}} promotional card.
 
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===Special Trunk Set Reshiram===
Also released on July 15, 2011 was the '''Special Trunk Set Reshiram''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルトランクセット レシラム'''), a trunk case with a {{p|Reshiram}} design and enough storage space for at least 360 cards. Packaged with the case was a Tinsel Holofoil Reshiram promotional card, a reprint of the one from Black Collection, plus two booster packs each from {{TCG|Black Collection}}, {{TCG|White Collection}}, and {{TCG|Red Collection}}.
 
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===Special Trunk Set Zekrom===
Released alongside the Special Trunk Set Reshiram was the '''Special Trunk Set Zekrom''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルトランクセット ゼクロム'''), featuring the same style case albeit with a {{p|Zekrom}} design. The case also contained a promotional Tinsel Holofoil reprint of Zekrom, plus two {{TCG|Black Collection}} booster packs, two {{TCG|White Collection}} booster packs, and two {{TCG|Red Collection}} booster packs.
 
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===Beginning Set +===
Another version of the primary {{TCG|Beginning Set}} was made available on August 5, 2011. The '''Beginning Set +''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット+ (プラス)''') shares many similarities with its original counterpart in terms of content, but includes differently constructed half decks. The main focus of the set is the inclusion of the [[Nintendo DS]] game [[Pokémon Card Game: How to Play DS]], which teaches players the fundamentals of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. The game remains exclusive to Japan, and marks the first TCG console-based game since [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]] released in 2001.
 
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===Pokémon Card Game 15th Anniversary Premium Set===
Released exclusively via Pokémon Centers on October 20, 2011, the '''Pokémon Card Game 15th Anniversary Premium Set''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンカードゲーム 15周年プレミアムセット''') commemorates fifteen years of the TCG in Japan since the {{TCG|Expansion Pack|first set}} was released on October 20, 1996. This special set features {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} versions of Reshiram and Zekrom from {{TCG|Black Collection}} and {{TCG|White Collection}} with an embossed gold foil "15th Anniversary" stamp. Also included are two sets of 65 card sleeves and special coin emblazoned with "The 15th Anniversary Limited Edition", a set of acrylic damage and status counters, and two play mats.
 
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===Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck===
Following the debut of {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} in {{TCG|Psycho Drive}} and {{TCG|Hail Blizzard}}, the Legendary Vast White Pokémon {{p|Reshiram}} was featured as a Pokémon-EX in the '''{{TCG|Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ60「レシラムEX」'''), released on October 21, 2011. Unlike previous Battle Strength Decks, the Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck has 60 cards, principally featuring {{TCG|Fire}} and {{ct|Water}} Pokémon. The deck also includes damage counters, status counters, a coin, a play mat, and a manual entitled "Battle Strength Guide 'Black'", which includes deck improvement ideas.
 
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===Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck===
The Legendary Deep Black Pokémon {{p|Zekrom}} also debuts as a {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} in the '''{{TCG|Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ60「ゼクロムEX」'''), released alongside the Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck on October 21, 2011. The 60-card deck features mostly {{TCG|Grass}} and {{ct|Lightning}} Pokémon, and includes the standard game rudiments such as damage counters, status counters, coin, and play mat. A similar manual, called the "Battle Strength Guide 'White'" is also included.
 
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===Beginning Set DX Pikachu Version===
The '''Beginning Set DX Pikachu Version''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセットDX ピカチュウver.''') is the final variant of the original {{TCG|Beginning Set}} and was released on November 18, 2011. As with all previous iterations of the Beginning Set, the {{p|Pikachu}} Version has three half decks based on the [[Generation V]] [[starter Pokémon]] {{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}} and {{p|Oshawott}}, all of which contain the same cards as those found in the Beginning Set +. A special Pikachu promotional card is also included. The set contains a multitude of other items: damage counters, a coin, a play mat, three quick guides, a how-to-play booklet, a how-to-play DVD, a deck case, a set of 32 card sleeves, a sticker sheet, a notebook, and a damage counter case.
 
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===Battle Gift Set: Thundurus vs Tornadus===
The '''Battle Gift Set: Thundurus vs Tornadus''' (Japanese: '''バトルギフトセット「ボルトロスVSトルネロス」'''), another item of merchandise released on November 18, 2011, centers around the [[Forces of Nature]]. The Bolt Strike Pokémon {{p|Thundurus}} and the Cyclone Pokémon {{p|Tornadus}} are both featured in eponymous half decks, and the Abundance Pokémon {{p|Landorus}} is featured as a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG|BW-P Promotional cards|BW-P Promotional card}}. The set includes three other promotional cards–{{p|Reshiram}}, {{p|Zekrom}}, and {{p|Victini}}–all of which are reprints from the {{TCG|Black Collection|Black}}, {{TCG|White Collection|White}}, and {{TCG|Red Collection}}s respectively. The Battle Gift Set also comes with a deck box, damage counters, a carrying case, a coin, and a playmat.
 
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===Dark Rush Campaign Pack===
The '''Dark Rush Campaign Pack''' (Japanese: '''ダークラッシュ キャンペーンパック''') was one of several pieces of merchandise released alongside the {{TCG|Dark Rush}} expansion on December 16, 2011. The pack contains four Dark Rush booster packs plus a {{TCG|BW-P Promotional cards|BW-P Promotional card}} featuring the Moonlight Pokémon {{p|Umbreon}}.
 
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===Dark Rush Campaign Pack 7-Eleven Original===
Sold exclusively in {{wp|7-Eleven}} stores, the '''Dark Rush Campaign Pack 7-Eleven Original''' (Japanese: '''ダークラッシュ キャンペーンパックセブン-イレブン オリジナル''') was another item released in conjunction with the {{TCG|Dark Rush}} expansion on December 16, 2011. As with the regular Dark Rush Campaign Pack, this version includes four Dark Rush booster packs. Also included is a promotional card of the Tricky Fox Pokémon {{p|Zorua}}.
 
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===Special Campaign Pack Zoroark===
The '''Special Campaign Pack Zoroark''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルキャンペーンパック ゾロアーク''') was released on December 16, 2011, along with a number of other items of merchandise. Packaged is a promotional {{p|Lilligant}} card, plus a two-player mat featuring {{p|Zoroark}} and {{p|Darkrai}}, with a 2012 calendar featuring {{p|Mewtwo}} and {{p|Kyurem}} on the reverse. The pack also offers a selection of booster packs from recent BW era expansions, with one each from {{TCG|Psycho Drive}}, {{TCG|Hail Blizzard}}, and {{TCG|Dark Rush}}.
 
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===Special Campaign Pack Victini===
Amongst the merchandise released on December 16, 2011 was the '''Special Campaign Pack Victini''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルキャンペーンパックビクティニ'''). This pack includes a promotional {{p|Excadrill}} card, a two-player mat with a 2012 calendar featuring {{p|Reshiram}}, {{p|Zekrom}}, and {{p|Victini}} on the reverse. A selection of booster packs from earlier BW era expansions are also included, consisting of one from {{TCG|Black Collection}}, one from {{TCG|White Collection}}, and one from {{TCG|Red Collection}}.
 
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===Energy Card Official Card Box Cool===
The final item released in conjunction with the {{TCG|Dark Rush}} expansion on December 16, 2011 was the '''Energy Card Official Card Box Cool''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きオフィシャルカードボックス cool'''). The box features a colorful design with numerous Pokémon, and comes packaged with 40 basic Energy cards, five of each type available, and three dividers for organizing cards. Approximately 500 cards can be stored in the box, or around 250 if they are in card sleeves.
 
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===Dark Rush Lawson Original Coin Set===
A limited release in Lawson stores on December 23, 2011, the '''Dark Rush Lawson Original Coin Set''' (Japanese: '''ダークラッシュ ローソンオリジナルコインセット''') comes in two varieties: one with a red {{p|Reshiram}} coin, and one with a blue {{p|Zekrom}} coin. The coins originate from the {{TCG|Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck|Reshiram-EX}} and {{TCG|Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck}}s, which are colored gold. Both varieties also come packaged with two {{TCG|Dark Rush}} booster packs.
 
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===Aeon Original Deck Shield Set===
The '''Aeon Original Deck Shield Set''' (Japanese: '''イオンオリジナルデッキシールドセット''') was released in January 2012 exclusively in Aeon stores and includes a set of ten card sleeves featuring {{p|Mewtwo}}, {{p|Zoroark}}, {{p|Reshiram}}, {{p|Zekrom}}, {{p|Kyurem}}, and {{p|Victini}}. The set also comes with four booster packs: one from {{TCG|Red Collection}}, one from {{TCG|Psycho Drive}}, one from {{TCG|Hail Blizzard}}, and one from {{TCG|Dark Rush}}.
 
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===Garchomp Half Deck===
The '''{{TCG|Garchomp Half Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''ガブリアスデッキ30''') was released alongside the {{TCG|Dragon Blast}}•{{TCG|Dragon Blade}} expansion on March 16, 2012. The half deck contains a mix of {{e|Water}}, {{e|Lightning}}, {{e|Dragon}}, and {{e|Colorless}} Pokémon, focusing on the Mach Pokémon {{p|Garchomp}}. The half deck's overall theme is based on the [[Unova]] {{un|Pokémon League}}.
 
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===Hydreigon Half Deck===
Also released on March 16, 2012 was the '''{{TCG|Hydreigon Half Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''サザンドラデッキ30'''), which centers on the Brutal Pokémon {{p|Hydreigon}}, and themed on [[N's Castle]]. The half deck includes {{e|Grass}}, {{e|Psychic}}, {{e|Darkness}}, and {{e|Dragon}} Pokémon, plus a number of {{TCG|Trainer card}}s and appropriate {{TCG|Energy card}}s.
 
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===Keldeo Battle Strength Deck===
With the official announcement of the Colt Pokémon {{p|Keldeo}} in February 2012, the standalone '''{{TCG|Keldeo Battle Strength Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ30 ケルディオ''') was released on April 20, 2012, marking its Japanese TCG debut. The half deck focuses on {{TCG|Water}}, {{TCG|Darkness}}, and {{ct|Metal}} Pokémon, and features three cards with a unique Holofoil treatment. Like previous Battle Strength Decks, a "How to Play Easy Guide" and a "Battle Strength Guide" are included.
 
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===National Pokédex Beginning Set===
Another item released on April 20, 2012 was the '''{{TCG|National Beginning Set|National Pokédex Beginning Set}}''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット 全国図鑑版セット'''). It is similar in many respects to the original {{TCG|Beginning Set}}, but features pre-[[Generation V]] Pokémon in the packaged half decks. The set also comes with damage counters, a coin, a play mat, plus a how-to-play booklet and DVD.
 
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===Energy Card Official Card Box Black Kyurem•White Kyurem===
Much like the card box released earlier in the BW era, the '''Energy Card Official Card Box Black Kyurem•White Kyurem''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きオフィシャルカードボックス ブラックキュレム•ホワイトキュレム'''), released on July 13, 2012, contains 40 cards: five of each basic Energy card, plus three dviders. The box features {{p|Black Kyurem}} and {{p|White Kyurem}} following their appearance in {{game|Black and White|s|Pokémon Black 2 and White 2|2}}, and has enough storage space for up to 500 cards.
 
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===Movie Commemoration Black Kyurem•White Kyurem Set===
To mark the release of ''[[M15|Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice]]'' in cinemas, the '''Movie Commemoration Black Kyurem•White Kyurem Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ブラックキュレム•ホワイトキュレムセット''') was made available on July 13, 2012. The set includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil {{p|Cobalion}} promotional card, one {{TCG|Freeze Bolt}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Cold Flare}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Dark Rush}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Red Collection}} booster pack, and an application form for a campaign in which people could win a variety of booster boxes or decks. A special version of this set, called '''Aeon Limited Privilege Basic Energy Card''' (Japanese: '''イオン限定特典 基本エネルギーカード'''), was also sold exclusively in Aeon stores. This version includes the same items as the regular version plus three Mirror Reverse Holofoil cards: {{TCG|Fire Energy}}, {{TCG|Water Energy}}, and {{TCG|Lightning Energy}}. These cards, marked "BW-P" with no number, were initially only available in this set until all basic Energy cards marked as such were made available as part of the Pokémon Card Game Trade Station campaign in early January 2013.
 
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===Special Campaign Pack Kyurem 7-Eleven•Pokémon Center Version===
Also released on July 13, 2012 was the '''Special Campaign Pack Kyurem 7-Eleven•Pokémon Center Version''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルキャンペーンパック キュレム セブン-イレブン•ポケモンセンターver.'''), which could only be obtained at participating {{wp|7-Eleven}} stores and at Pokémon Centers. The pack contains a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil {{p|Virizion}} promotional card, one {{TCG|Freeze Bolt}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Cold Flare}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Hail Blizzard}} booster pack, and an application form for the booster box/deck campaign. The pack also includes a special card stand designed to hold the three [[Swords of Justice]] cards available in the fifteenth movie-related TCG merchandise.
 
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===Movie Commemoration Black Kyurem•White Kyurem Set Theater•Pokémon Center Version===
Released on July 14, 2012, the opening day of ''Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice'', was the '''Movie Commemoration Black Kyurem•White Kyurem Set Theater•Pokémon Center Version''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ブラックキュレム•ホワイトキュレムセット 劇場•ポケモンセンターver.'''). This set includes the same assortment of booster packs as the regular version first available the previous day, as well as the application form for the booster box/deck campaign, but includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil {{p|Terrakion}} promotional card instead, rounding off the senior members of the [[Swords of Justice]]. Unlike the regular version, this set could only be purchased at participating cinemas showing ''Kyurem VS. The Sword of Justice'' and at Pokémon Centers.
 
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===Premium Holo Card Special Pack Reshiram===
The '''Premium Holo Card Special Pack Reshiram''' (Japanese: '''プレミアムキラカード付きスペシャルパック レシラム''') was one of two special packs released on August 3, 2012. The pack features a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} version of {{p|Reshiram|Reshiram-EX}}, the regular version of which was originally released in the {{TCG|Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck}}. The pack also contains one {{TCG|Dragon Blade}} booster pack, three {{TCG|Dark Rush}} booster packs, one {{TCG|Psycho Drive}} booster pack, three {{TCG|Red Collection}} booster packs, and an application form for a campaign in which people could win a variety of booster boxes or decks.
 
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===Premium Holo Card Special Pack Zekrom===
The second of two special packs released on August 3, 2012 was the '''Premium Holo Card Special Pack Zekrom''' (Japanese: '''プレミアムキラカード付きスペシャルパック ゼクロム'''). This pack features a promotional {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} version of {{p|Zekrom|Zekrom-EX}}, originally released as a regular card in the {{TCG|Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck}}. The pack contains a similar assortment of booster packs as the Reshiram pack: one from {{TCG|Dragon Blast}}, three from {{TCG|Dark Rush}}, one from {{TCG|Hail Blizzard}}, and three from {{TCG|Red Collection}}. An application form for the same booster box/deck campaign was also included.
 
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===Team Plasma's Powered Half Deck===
The '''{{TCG|Team Plasma's Powered Half Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''プラズマ団パワードデッキ30''') complements the {{TCG|Plasma Gale}} expansion, released on September 14, 2012. The half deck predominantly includes {{e|Psychic}} and {{e|Metal}} types, a number of which are [[Team Plasma]] Pokémon, with particular focus on the Gear Pokémon {{p|Klinklang}}. Team Plasma researcher [[Colress]] is also featured among the supporting {{TCG|Trainer card}}s.
 
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===Master Deck Build Box EX===
Also released on September 14, 2012 was the '''{{TCG|Master Deck Build Box EX}}''' (Japanese: '''マスターデッキビルドBOX EX'''), a special set containing reprints of popular cards from the BW era, with {{TCG ID|Master Deck Build Box EX|Mewtwo-EX|14}}, {{TCG ID|Master Deck Build Box EX|Rayquaza-EX|25}}, and {{TCG ID|Master Deck Build Box EX|Darkrai-EX|21}} featured on the box art. Also included is a Master Deck Build Book, which documents particular cards and competitive deck building techniques, as well as a long card box for storage.
 
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===Black Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck===
Similarly to the earlier {{TCG|Reshiram-EX Battle Strength Deck|Reshiram-EX}} and {{TCG|Zekrom-EX Battle Strength Deck}}s, the '''{{TCG|Black Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ60 ブラックキュレムEX''') is one of two 60-card decks released on October 19, 2012 to feature {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}. The eponymous {{p|Black Kyurem}} and {{p|Zapdos}} are the central Pokémon, with the deck including primarily {{TCG|Water}} and {{ct|Lightning}}s. It also comes with damage counters, status counters, a coin, a play mat, and a special manual with deck development ideas.
 
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===White Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck===
Available with the Black Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck from October 19, 2012 was the '''{{TCG|White Kyurem-EX Battle Strength Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''バトル強化デッキ60 ホワイトキュレムEX'''). Like the aforementioned deck, this item also includes two {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}: {{p|White Kyurem}} and {{p|Moltres}}, along with a number of regular Pokémon, which consist mainly of {{TCG|Fire}} and {{ct|Water}}s. The deck comes with damage counters, status counters, a coin, a play mat, and a special deck ideas manual.
 
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===File Collection Eevee Collection===
As part of the 2012 Pokémon Center Eevee Collection campaign, Pokémon Centers across Japan made many themed items of merchandise featuring {{p|Eevee}} and its evolutions available. One of these was the '''File Collection Eevee Collection''' (Japanese: '''コレクションファイル イーブイコレクション''') released on November 23, 2012, which consists of a card file with a nine-pocket page containing promotional prints of Eevee and each of its evolutions. Each of these cards feature artwork by [[The Pokémon Company Art-team]] and are consistent with the illustrations featured on many of the other Eevee Collection items. A placeholder card of the promotional {{TCG ID|BW-P Promo|Pokémon Center|190}} card available during the upcoming {{TCG|Spiral Force}}•{{TCG|Thunder Knuckle}} booster pack promotion is also present. The file also contains two sticker sheets designed to decorate and organize the file.
 
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===Spiral Force Thunder Knuckle Campaign Pack===
Released in conjunction with {{TCG|Spiral Force}}•{{TCG|Thunder Knuckle}} on December 14, 2012 was the '''Spiral Force Thunder Knuckle Campaign Pack''' (Japanese: '''ラセンフォース•ライデンナックル キャンペーンパック'''). This pack contains a promotional Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil card featuring the Regal Pokémon {{p|Serperior}}, plus two Spiral Force booster packs and two Thunder Knuckle booster packs.
 
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===Expansion Pack Team Plasma Set===
The '''Expansion Pack Team Plasma Set''' (Japanese: '''拡張パック プラズマ団セット''') received a limited release in December 2012 and was only available at {{wp|Aeon}} stores. This pack contains four booster packs: two from {{TCG|Plasma Gale}}, one from {{TCG|Spiral Force}}, and one from {{TCG|Thunder Knuckle}}. The set also comes packaged with a {{TCG|coin}} featuring the [[Team Plasma]] logo.
 
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===Team Plasma Battle Gift Set===
Released on November 16, 2012, the '''{{TCG|Team Plasma Battle Gift Set}}''' (Japanese: '''プラズマ団バトルギフトセット''') features an array of [[Team Plasma]] Pokémon and supporting cards, with particular emphasis on the Renegade Pokémon {{p|Giratina}} and the Pitch-Black Pokémon {{p|Darkrai}}, which are included as {{TCG|Full Art card}}s. As with the {{TCG|Battle Gift Set: Thundurus vs Tornadus|previous Battle Gift Set}}, the featured cards are part of a half deck as opposed to a handful of promotional cards. The set comes with game essentials for any player: damage and status counters, plus a Team Plasma-themed coin, deck box, and card sleeves.
 
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===Everyone's Exciting Battle===
Designed to support gameplay for up to four players, the {{TCG|Everyone's Exciting Battle}} box set was made available on November 16, 2012. The set includes eight 15-card quarter decks, each one focusing on one [[type]], plus game essentials. These include: two sets of damage and status counters, two play mats, two coins, along with a set of rules. The set also invites players to mix up their battles by including character cards that alter the standard game rules.
 
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===Blastoise + Kyurem-EX Combo Deck===
Released on March 15, 2013, the same day as the {{TCG|Megalo Cannon}} expansion, was the '''{{TCG|Blastoise + Kyurem-EX Combo Deck}}''' (Japanese: '''最強爆流コンボデッキ60 カメックス+キュレムEX '''). This 60-card deck features the Shellfish Pokémon {{p|Blastoise}} and the Boundary Pokémon {{p|Kyurem}} as a {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} card, plus a number of other {{ct|Water}} Pokémon. It also comes with damage counters, status counters, a coin, and play mat.
 
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===Holo Card Special Pack Black Kyurem===
The '''Holo Card Special Pack Black Kyurem''' (Japanese: '''キラカード付きスペシャルパック ブラックキュレム''') was one of three special packs released on April 19, 2013. The pack features a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil {{p|Black Kyurem}} promotional card, first released in English for the {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} expansion, plus an assortment of booster packs from across the BW era. These include one from {{TCG|Plasma Gale}}, one from {{TCG|Freeze Bolt}}, one from {{TCG|Dragon Blade}}, two from {{TCG|Dark Rush}}, one from {{TCG|Psycho Drive}}, and two from {{TCG|Red Collection}}.
 
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===Holo Card Special Pack White Kyurem===
Released in tandem with two other packs on April 19, 2013, the '''Holo Card Special Pack White Kyurem''' (Japanese: '''キラカード付きスペシャルパック ホワイトキュレム''') features a promotional {{p|White Kyurem}} card with a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil treatment. Like Black Kyurem, this card was first released in English and appeared in the {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} expansion. In addition to the promotional card, the pack contains one {{TCG|Plasma Gale}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Cold Flare}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Dragon Blast}} booster pack, two {{TCG|Dark Rush}} booster packs, one {{TCG|Psycho Drive}} booster pack, and two {{TCG|Red Collection}} booster packs.
 
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===Holo Card Special Pack N===
The third special pack to be released on April 19, 2013 was the '''Holo Card Special Pack N''' (Japanese: '''キラカード付きスペシャルパック N(エヌ)'''), featuring a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil print of [[N]] with artwork from {{4v|Black|White|2}}. The pack, like the other two, contains a mixture of BW era expansion booster packs: one from {{TCG|Plasma Gale}}, one from {{TCG|Cold Flare}}, one from {{TCG|Freeze Bolt}}, one from {{TCG|Dragon Blast}}, one from {{TCG|Dark Rush}}, one from {{TCG|Hail Blizzard}}, and two from {{TCG|Red Collection}}.
 
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===Pokémon Center 15th Anniversary Premium Card Set===
Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of the opening of the first Pokémon Center in Japan, the '''Pokémon Center 15th Anniversary Premium Card Set''' (Japanese: '''ポケモンセンター15周年 カードプレミアムセット''') was released on June 8, 2013. This special set includes a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} print of {{p|Pikachu}} with artwork by [[5ban Graphics]], the regular version of which appeared as an Ultra Rare card in {{TCG|Black Collection}} and {{TCG|White Collection}}. In addition to the promotional card is a set of acrylic damage counters, including two that display 100 damage–a first for the TCG, a damage counter case, a deck case, and a set of 62 card sleeves. The cases and sleeves all feature the same Pikachu artwork as the one used on the promotional card.
 
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===Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit===
One of many items released on July 13, 2013 was the '''{{TCG|Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit}}''' (Japanese: '''30枚デッキ対戦set ミュウツーVSゲノセクト'''). Featured are the Genetic Pokémon {{p|Mewtwo}} and the Paleozoic Pokémon {{p|Genesect}} as Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil cards, both of which have major roles in the [[M16|sixteenth movie]]. The Mewtwo Half Deck includes purely {{TCG|Psychic}} Pokémon, while the Genesect Half Deck includes purely {{TCG|Grass}} Pokémon. The kit as a whole also comes with a play guide, damage counters, status counters, a coin, and a play mat.
 
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===EX Battle Boost Campaign Pack===
In conjunction with the combined release of ''[[M16|Genesect and the Legend Awakened]]'' in cinemas, {{TCG|EX Battle Boost}}, and the {{TCG|Mewtwo vs Genesect Deck Kit}} on July 13, 2013, three special packs were made available. The first was the '''EX Battle Boost Campaign Pack''' (Japanese: '''EXバトルブースト キャンペーンパック'''), which included a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card featuring the [[Genesect Army|Red Genesect]] portrayed in the sixteenth movie, as well as four EX Battle Boost packs.
 
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===Movie Commemoration Genesect Set <Theater•Pokémon Center>===
The second special pack released on July 13, 2013 was the '''Movie Commemoration Genesect Set <Theater•Pokémon Center>''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ゲノセクトセット<劇場•ポケモンセンター>'''), which contained another [[Shiny Pokémon|Shiny]] Genesect promotional card with a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil treatment. The pack also contained two {{TCG|Megalo Cannon}} booster packs and two {{TCG|EX Battle Boost}} booster packs. This pack could only be purchased at participating cinemas showing ''Genesect and the Legend Awakened'' and at Pokémon Centers.
 
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===Genesect Deck Shield Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>===
The '''Genesect Deck Shield Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>''' (Japanese: '''ゲノセクトデッキシールドセット<セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定>''') was the third special pack to be released on July 13, 2013, and was only available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and stores such as {{wp|7-Eleven}} and {{wp|Ito-Yokado}}. The pack contains one {{TCG|Megalo Cannon}} booster pack, one {{TCG|EX Battle Boost}} booster pack, and a set of 32 card sleeves featuring the Red Genesect portrayed in the sixteenth movie.
 
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