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The Japanese Sun & Moon Era of the Pokémon Trading Card Game began in November 2016 with the release of the Pikachu's New Friends blister pack, starting off a wide array of TCG merchandise centered around Pokémon Sun and Moon and the Alola region. This collection includes a substantial amount of decks, blister packs, boxes, and many more items utilized to distribute various promotional cards among other promotional materials to commemorate the seventh generation of the franchise. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese Sun & Moon Era of the Trading Card Game.

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Pikachu's New Friends Collection

Main article: Pikachu's New Friends (TCG)

The Pikachu's New Friends Collection (Japanese: ピカチュウと新しい仲間たち Pikachu's New Friends) is the first piece of merchandise released for the Japanese Sun & Moon Era. It introduces the Alola region starter Pokémon, Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio, alongside Pikachu, as Holofoil cards. It was released on November 18, 2016, together with the release of the Pokémon Sun and Moon video games.

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Welcome to Alola! Deck Case & Sleeves

Also released alongside the new Generation VII games on November 18, 2016 were the Welcome to Alola! Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド Welcome to Alola! Deck Case & Shield: Welcome to Alola!), a set including a deck case with a capacity to store up to 180 cards (or 90 cards in sleeves), two card dividers, and 64 card sleeves. All have illustrations featuring the player characters Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon and several native Alolan Pokémon.

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Pokémon Center Sapporo Deck Case & Sleeves

In celebration of the reopening of Pokémon Center Sapporo on December 1, 2016, many new winter-themed items of merchandise were released in Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores across the country. Among these were the Pokémon Center Sapporo Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド ポケモンセンターサッポロR Deck Case & Shield: Pokémon Center Sapporo R), each of which feature illustrations by kawayoo depicting the updated Pokémon Center Sapporo mascots Pikachu, Alolan Vulpix, and Popplio, as well as several other Pokémon enjoying the snow. The product includes a deck case with space to store at least 90 cards, two card dividers, and a set of 64 card sleeves.

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Decidueye-GX Starter Set Grass

Main article: Sun & Moon Starter Set (TCG)

Complementing the Collection Sun and Collection Moon expansions from December 9, 2016 were a set of three Sun & Moon Starter Sets, fulfilling a role similar to that of Theme Decks outside Japan. The first of these was the Decidueye-GX Starter Set Grass (Japanese: スターターセット草 ジュナイパーGX), which focuses on the final evolution of the Grass-type starter Pokémon Decidueye as one of the new Pokémon-GX. It also includes a rulebook, a player's guide, a GX marker, damage and status counters, a custom coin, and a playmat.

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Incineroar-GX Starter Set Fire

Main article: Sun & Moon Starter Set (TCG)

Focusing on the final evolution of the Fire-type starter Pokémon, Incineroar as a Pokémon-GX, the second of three Sun & Moon Starter Sets released on December 9, 2016 was the Incineroar-GX Starter Set Fire (Japanese: スターターセット炎 ガオガエンGX). The set also comes with a rulebook, a player's guide, a GX marker, damage and status counters, a custom coin, and a playmat.

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Primarina-GX Starter Set Water

Main article: Sun & Moon Starter Set (TCG)

The Primarina-GX Starter Set Water (Japanese: スターターセット水 アシレーヌGX) was the last of three Sun & Moon Starter Sets released on December 9, 2016. It features a fixed selection of Water-type Pokémon, focusing on Primarina as a Pokémon-GX, as well as random groups of cards that form part of the overall Sun & Moon Starter Set. Like its two counterparts, this set comes with a rulebook, a player's guide, a GX marker, damage and status counters, a custom coin, and a playmat.

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Toys "R" Us Limited GX Starter Set

Available exclusively at Toys "R" Us stores in Japan from December 9, 2016 was the Toys "R" Us Limited GX Starter Set (Japanese: トイザらス限定 GXスターターセット). This deluxe product includes all 3 Sun & Moon Starter Sets, featuring the final evolutions of the Alola region starter Pokémon: Decidueye, Incineroar, and Primarina. It also comes with Pikachu and Mimikyu promotional cards.

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Premium Trainer Box

Main article: Premium Trainer Box (TCG)

Also released on December 9, 2016 was the Premium Trainer Box (Japanese: プレミアムトレーナーボックス). Similar to the international Elite Trainer Box line of products, this box includes all items a player requires for battle, as well as storage and organization. A set of Trainer and Special Energy cards from both the XY BREAK and Sun & Moon Eras are also included, plus 10 packs each of Collection Sun and Collection Moon to bolster a player's collection.

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Togedemaru Special Set

The Togedemaru Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「トゲデマル」) was one of three blister packs made available on December 9, 2016 alongside the Collection Sun and Collection Moon expansions. This set could only be purchased at participating 7-Eleven, Ito-Yokado, and York Benimaru stores, as well as Pokémon Centers. It features the Roly-Poly Pokémon Togedemaru, and comes with 1 Collection Sun booster pack and 1 Collection Moon booster pack.

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Pikachu SM1 Special Set

The Pikachu Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ピカチュウ」) was the second of three blister packs available from December 9, 2016. Released at participating Circle K Sunkus, Daily Yamazaki, FamilyMart, Ministop, and Lawson stores, as well as Pokémon Centers, this set features the Mouse Pokémon Pikachu, and also comes with 1 booster pack each of Collection Sun and Collection Moon.

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Yungoos Special Set

The last of three blister packs made available on December 9, 2016 was the Yungoos Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ヤングース」), sold exclusively at participating TSUTAYA stores and at Pokémon Centers. Featuring the Loitering Pokémon Yungoos, this set comes with 2 Collection Sun booster packs and 2 Collection Moon booster packs.

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SM1 accessories

With the launch of the first Sun & Moon Era sets, Collection Sun and Collection Moon, on December 9, 2016, many new items of TCG paraphernalia were available to purchase. These included card files, playmats, card sleeves, and several other storage solutions.

Carrying case: A typical release for the start of a new generation, the Solgaleo & Lunala Carrying Case (Japanese: キャリングケース「ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ」) features several molded partitions to store up to 1,300 cards. Larger partitions can also be used to store deck cases and other accessories. Each case comes with a set of 11 card dividers and an index sticker sheet. The box design features silver outlines of Solgaleo and Lunala against a blue background.

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Card boxes: Each card box comes packaged with a set of 54 basic Energy cards (6 copies of 9 types) using the new Sun & Moon Era layout and enough space to store 250 cards in sleeves, or 500 loose cards. Three card dividers are also supplied to aid organization.

The Solgaleo & Lunala Card Box (Japanese: カードボックス「ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ」(エネルギーカード付き) Card Box: Solgaleo•Lunala (including Energy Card)) features artwork by 5ban Graphics that portrays the Pokémon Sun and Moon mascots Solgaleo and Lunala.
The Rowlet, Litten & Popplio Card Box (Japanese: カードボックス「モクロー・ニャビー・アシマリ」(エネルギーカード付き) Card Box: Mokuroh•Nyabby•Ashimari (including Energy Card)) also has artwork by 5ban Graphics and features the Alola starter Pokémon Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio. This box could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores.

A supplemental Card Tidy Up Box (Japanese: カードお片付けBOX) was also available exclusively through the Pokémon Center Online with special Sun & Moon Starter bundle sets. Of the six bundles for sale, three contained 1 of the Sun & Moon Starter Sets plus 5 Collection Sun and 5 Collection Moon booster packs, while the other three included 2 different Sun & Moon Starter Sets in all combinations. The box features Pikachu, the Alola starter Pokémon, and their final evolutions.

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Deck case: The Solgaleo & Lunala Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース「ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ」) was the only new deck case released, which includes two card dividers and space to store at least 90 cards in sleeves, or 180 loose cards. This product features the same Solgaleo and Lunala illustration as its card box counterpart.

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Playmats:

The Solgaleo & Lunala Durable Playmat (Japanese: 丈夫なプレイマット「ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ」), which could be purchased at a wide variety of retailers, contains a complete 2-player play area. Each play area features one of the Pokémon Sun and Moon mascots, utilizing the same 5ban Graphics artwork as other SM1 merchandise.
The Yamada Denki Original Half Playmat (Japanese: ヤマダ電機オリジナル ハーフプレイマット) was given to customers at participating Yamada Denki stores who purchased at least ¥500 worth of eligible Pokémon Card Game products. This single-player playmat features another illustration of Solgaleo and Lunala.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Solgaleo & Lunala Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ」 Deck Shield: Solgaleo•Lunala) feature the Legendary Sunne Pokémon Solgaleo and Legendary Moone Pokémon Lunala.
The Rowlet, Litten & Popplio Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「モクロー・ニャビー・アシマリ」 Deck Shield: Mokuroh•Nyabby•Ashimari) recycle the artwork used on the similarly-named card box, featuring Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio.
The Lillie & Cosmog Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「リーリエ&コスモッグ」 Deck Shield: Lilie & Cosmog) feature Lillie holding Nebby while it sleeps. Premium matte sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム・マット リーリエ&コスモッグ Deck Shield Premium•Matte: Lilie & Cosmog), a more durable and non-glossy version than the original release, were subsequently available from March 4, 2017. Both sets of sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores.
The Tropical Party Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「トロピカル☆パーティ」 Deck Shield: Tropical☆Party) feature an assortment of berries along with fruit-themed Pokémon Steenee, Bounsweet, and Cherubi. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores.
The Battle Partner Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 「バトルパートナー」 Deck Shield: Battle Partner) feature the fully evolved forms of the Generation VII starters: Decidueye, Incineroar, and Primarina. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores.

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File: A 4-ring Solgaleo & Lunala Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル「ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ」) featuring Solgaleo on the front and Lunala on the reverse was also available to purchase, and includes eight 9-pocket sheets for card display. Additional packs of eight sheets could also be purchased, which also come with Solgaleo and Lunala-themed dividers.

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Miscellaneous items: Several other retailers began purchase campaigns in tandem with the release of Collection Sun and Collection Moon at participating stores:

Lawson: Customers who purchased eligible Pokémon Card Game goods totalling ¥600 or more were given a Solgaleo and Lunala-themed Mini Clear File (Japanese: ミニクリアファイル) for as long as stocks lasted.
Heiwado: For as long as stocks lasted, customers were given a Clear File (Japanese: クリアファイル) featuring Solgaleo and Lunala when they purchased 1 or a number of Sun & Moon Era products worth at least ¥1,000.
EDION: Customers purchasing at least ¥1,000 worth of Sun & Moon Era products were given a Battle Log Book (Japanese: 対戦帳) for as long as stocks lasted. The book features Solgaleo and Lunala on the front cover and includes pages for prospective players to record their competitive activity.

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Pretend Grunt Pikachu merchandise

A Pokémon Center merchandise campaign began on December 17, 2016 that saw the release of many items featuring Pikachu wearing the uniforms of grunts from the various villainous teams in the core series video games.

Special Box: The Pretend Grunt Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX 団員ごっこピカチュウ) is decorated with the various Pikachu used in the campaign and comes packaged with 2 exclusive promotional cards, a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case, 3 Collection Sun booster packs, and 3 Collection Moon booster packs. The box itself can be used to store cards.

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Playmats: Customers purchasing at least 5 booster packs in 1 transaction from any Pokémon Center, Pokémon Store, or from the Pokémon Center Online during the campaign were given 1 or 7 Pretend Grunt Pikachu Half Playmats at random. The front of each playmat features a facing and rear view of a Pikachu in one uniform, while the reverse features the ensemble of Pikachu from the campaign. The playmats are as follows:

Pretend Team Rocket Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ ロケット団)
Pretend Team Aqua Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ アクア団)
Pretend Team Magma Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ マグマ団)
Pretend Team Galactic Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ ギンガ団)
Pretend Team Plasma Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ プラズマ団)
Pretend Team Flare Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ フレア団)
Pretend Team Skull Grunt Pikachu Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット 団員ごっこピカチュウ スカル団)

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Sleeves: The Pretend Team Skull Grunt Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「団員ごっこピカチュウ スカル団」 Deck Shield: Pretend Grunt Pikachu: Skull Gang) came in packs of 64 and feature Pikachu dressed up as a male Team Skull Grunt.

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Lycanroc Original accessories

Participating Pokémon Card Gym venues hosted GX Battle Meetings between December 17, 2016 and January 31, 2017. These Limited format events required players to use an official Sun & Moon Era pre-constructed deck for a match. Options included the Decidueye-GX Starter Set Grass, the Incineroar-GX Starter Set Fire, the Primarina-GX Starter Set Water, and the Rockruff Full Power Deck. All participants were given an Original Half Playmat (Japanese: オリジナルハーフプレイマット) featuring the Midday Form of Lycanroc. The January 2017 issue of CoroCoro Comic, released on December 15, 2017, featured an article named "Pokémon Sun & Moon Alola Newspaper", which included a voucher that could be exchanged at venues for an Original Deck Case (Japanese: オリジナルデッキケース) featuring the same Lycanroc artwork. The voucher could also be exchanged at Pokémon booths present at each 45th Next Generation World Hobby Fair venue held between January 22 and February 12, 2017.

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Rotom Pokédex Sleeves

Available to purchase at venues hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings starting December 26, 2016 were the Rotom Pokédex Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「ロトム図鑑」 Deck Shield: Rotom Illustrated Encyclopedia), a set of 64 card sleeves featuring a close-up portrait of the Rotom Pokédex.

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Original GX Sleeves

In commemoration of the release of Collection Sun and Collection Moon, participating Pokémon Card Gym venues held Special Gym Battle events from January 1 to 31, 2017. Two leagues were available for people to enter: the Elementary School League, limited to those in elementary school and below, and the Open League, which had no age limit. All participants were given 3 random basic Energy cards and 5 Original GX Sleeves (Japanese: オリジナルデッキシールド GX Original Deck Shield: GX). Those placing first following the conclusion of the event were given 30 additional sleeves; those placing second were given 20 more sleeves; and those placing third were given 10 more sleeves.

Welcome Festa merchandise

The first large-scale event of the Sun & Moon Era was the Welcome Festa, held at the Sunshine City Convention Center in East Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo on January 14, 2017. The event served primarily to introduce aspects of the new TCG generation and comprised three main tournaments: the Sun & Moon Welcome Battle, the Pulverizing Pancake Battle, and the One Day Battle.

All event participants were given a Togedemaru promotional card featuring the Welcome Festa logo, with two more promotional cards available to players who accumulated Play Points by participating in each of the tournaments. 4 points could be redeemed for a Crabrawler promotional card and 8 points could be redeemed for a Oranguru promotional card. In addition to Play Point prizes, some tournaments also had their own prize structure. Players participating in the Sun & Moon Welcome Battle could earn prizes by winning battles: 1 win awarded a Welcome Battle Proof of Victory; 2 wins awarded regular prints of Professor Kukui, Nest Ball, and Big Malasada; and 3 wins awarded an Original Deck Case and Half Playmat featuring Solgaleo and Lunala. The Pulverizing Pancake Battle consisted of a Trading Card Game segment and a Video Game segment, and required a pair of players to enter together. Players received a promotional Rare Candy card for every win in any segment, with a limit of 4 copies per person. Each of these cards also featured a serial code used to redeem a Rare Candy in Japanese region copies of Pokémon Sun and Moon. The top three pairs of the Pulverizing Pancake Battle were also awarded a special version of Rare Candy featuring a foil stamp of their overall position, presented in a Perspex case.

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Decidueye Special Set

The Decidueye Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ジュナイパー」) was one of five blister packs made available alongside the Strength Expansion Pack Sun & Moon subset on January 27, 2017. Each set comes with a Decidueye promotional card, 2 Strength Expansion Pack Sun & Moon booster packs, 1 Collection Sun booster pack, and 1 Collection Moon booster pack.

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Incineroar Special Set

The second of five blister packs released on January 27, 2017 was the Incineroar Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ガオガエン」). Focusing on Incineroar as a promotional card, it also comes with 2 Strength Expansion Pack Sun & Moon booster packs, 1 Collection Sun booster pack, and 1 Collection Moon booster pack.

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Primarina Special Set

The Primarina Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「アシレーヌ」) was the third of five blister packs released on January 27, 2017. Like the previous two special sets, it comes with a focal promotional card (Primarina), 2 Strength Expansion Pack Sun & Moon booster packs, 1 Collection Sun booster pack, and 1 Collection Moon booster pack.

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Rockruff Special Set

The Rockruff Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「イワンコ」), also released on January 27, 2017, however, was exclusive to Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by Seven & I Holdings Co., such as 7-Eleven and Ito-Yokado. This set contains the Puppy Pokémon, Rockruff as a promotional card, and 2 Strength Expansion Pack Sun & Moon boosters.

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Turtonator Special Set

Rounding off the five blister packs released on January 27, 2017 was the Turtonator Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「バクガメス」), sold exclusively at participating Circle K Sunkus, Daily Yamazaki, FamilyMart, Ministop, and Lawson stores, as well as Pokémon Centers. It comes with a Turtonator promotional card, and 2 Strength Expansion Pack Sun & Moon boosters.

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Alolan Vulpix & Vulpix Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box

Continuing the trend of the popular Poncho-wearing Pikachu merchandise in the past, the Alolan Vulpix & Vulpix Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX アローラロコン&ロコンポンチョのピカチュウ ) was released on February 1, 2017. The box comes with 2 promotional cards, featuring Pikachu wearing ponchos resembling the regular and Alolan forms of Vulpix, a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case, a card box, 1 Collection Sun booster pack, and 1 Collection Moon booster pack.

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Champion's League 2017 merchandise

The Champion's League was previously an invite-only tournament that pitted Japan's top performing players of a season against each other, with the last event held in the summer of 2007. 2017 saw the return of the Champion's League, albeit in a format more reminiscent of Battle Road tournaments and the recent Mega Battle events, consisting of regional meetings open to all participants much like Regional Championships outside Japan. These meetings were held throughout 2017, culminating in the Japan National Championships in which the top players earned an invitation to play at the World Championships.

All meetings included pop-up stores offering the latest products, some with exclusive items. Players could earn points by participating in various events held at each meeting and redeem them for prizes. Unlike similar events however, these prizes differed between regional meetings. The first Champion's League meetings of the season were in Osaka, held at MyDome Osaka on February 18 and 19, 2017, and in Miyagi, held at Sunfesta, Sendai on April 1 and 2, 2017. All participants were given a Togedemaru promotional card featuring the Champion's League 2017 logo. Events in which players could earn Play Points included the main Champion's League 2017 tournament, the One Day Battle (held only on the first day), the Sun & Moon Welcome Battle, and the Pulverizing Pancake Battle 2 (both held only on the second day). Players could redeem 4 Play Points for a Crabrawler promotional card, 6 Play Points for a Choice Band promotional card, and 8 Play Points for a Oranguru promotional card. Players participating in the Sun & Moon Welcome Battle could earn prizes by winning battles: 1 win awarded a Proof of Victory or Original Clear File; 2 wins awarded regular prints of Professor Kukui, Nest Ball, and Big Malasada; and 3 wins awarded an Original Deck Case and Half Playmat featuring Solgaleo and Lunala. Players participating in the Pulverizing Pancake Battle 2 could earn a promotional Rare Candy for every win.

The next set of Champion's League meetings were held in tandem with the 2017 Pokémon Card Festa, starting with the Aichi event at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on May 5, 2017, followed by the Chiba event at Makuhari Messe on May 20 and 21, 2017, and finally another Osaka event at Intex Osaka on May 28, 2017. Available to purchase at each of these venues were a set of exclusive Pokémon Card Festa 2017 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポケモンカードフェスタ2017 Deck Shield: Pokémon Card Festa 2017). Each participant was given a Pikachu promotional card featuring the Pokémon Card Festa 2017 logo. Eligible Play Point events included the main Champion's League 2017 tournament, the One Day Battle, the Pokémon Biathlon, the Sylveon Girls Battle (present only at the Osaka venue and on the second day at the Chiba venue), the Shiftry Masters Battle (present only at the Aichi venue and on the first day at the Chiba venue), and the 3 on 3 Battle. Players could redeem 4 Play Points for a Rowlet, Litten, or Popplio promotional card at random. Eight Play Points would earn players a Tsareena-GX promotional card. Players competing in each of the main Champion's League 2017 tournaments could earn either a Lunala or Solgaleo promotional card by performing well.

The Okayama meeting, held at the Cooperative Okayama Prefecture Wholesale Center, was the next to be hosted on May 14, 2017. Another Pikachu promotional card was distributed upon entry here, featuring the same artwork as the one given to attendees of the 2017 Pokémon Card Festa, but with a different collection number and logo. The Pokémon Card Festa 2017 Sleeves were once again available to purchase at this venue, but no Play Point events were hosted. Lunala or Solgaleo could once again be earned by players performing well at this meeting.

A new trophy card was made for the 2017 Champion's League season: Victory Decoration, coming in gold, silver, and bronze varieties. The gold and silver variant were given to those who finished first and second respectively in each available league category at each meeting. The bronze variant was given to those who placed third and fourth. Each print features a foil stamp detailing where the card was awarded, making each regional variant unique.

A final Champion's League meeting was held at the Sunshine City Convention Center in East Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo on June 24, 2017. This event offered players a last chance to earn enough Championship Points to gain entry into the National Championships held the next day at the same venue. A Pikachu promotional card was given to attendees of this event, though no Play Point events were hosted, and no Victory Decoration trophy cards were awarded to the top finishers. The 3 on 3 Battle and League Match Battle side events ran concurrently for those not competing in the main tournament, with a promotional Hala card given to participants of the 3 on 3 Battle. Teams that won at least 2 battles were also given a Choice Band promotional card.

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Tapu Bulu-GX Enhanced Starter Set

Main article: Tapu Bulu-GX Enhanced Starter Set (TCG)

The Tapu Bulu-GX Enhanced Starter Set (Japanese: スターターセット改造「カプ・ブルルGX」) was released alongside the Islands Await You and Alolan Moonlight expansions on March 17, 2017. The deck features the Land Spirit Pokémon Tapu Bulu as a Pokémon-GX card, and several Grass and Trainer cards. It comes with a rulebook, a player's guide, a GX marker, damage and status counters, a coin, and a playmat.

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Komala Special Set

The Komala Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ネッコアラ」) was one of three blister packs made available on March 17, 2017 alongside the Islands Await You and Alolan Moonlight expansions. It was only sold at Pokémon Centers and specific store chains, including 7-Eleven, Circle K Sunkus, Daily Yamazaki, FamilyMart, Ministop, and Lawson. This set comes with a Komala promotional card, 1 Islands Await You booster pack, and 1 Alolan Moonlight booster pack.

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Pikachu SM2 Special Set

The second of three blister packs released on March 17, 2017 was the Pikachu Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ピカチュウ」), available at Yamada Denki and the Pokémon Centers. Featuring another Pikachu promotional card, this set includes 2 Islands Await You booster packs, and 2 Alolan Moonlight booster packs.

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Jangmo-o Special Set

The Jangmo-o Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ジャラコ」) was the last of three blister packs available from on March 17, 2017, and was only sold at participating TSUTAYA stores and Pokémon Centers. Featuring the Scaly Pokémon Jangmo-o, this set contains 2 Islands Await You booster packs, and 2 Alolan Moonlight booster packs.

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SM2 accessories

The release of the dual sets Islands Await You and Alolan Moonlight on March 17, 2017, collectively the second Sun & Moon Era expansion, also saw the release of several specially-illustrated deck cases and card sleeves.

Deck cases:

The Mallow's Cooking! Double Deck Case (Japanese: ダブルデッキケース「MAO'S COOKING!」) includes two deck cases, each with enough space for at least 90 cards, as well as three card dividers. The illustration features Mallow and several Pokémon admiring the food she has prepared.
The Lycanroc Double Deck Case (Japanese: ダブルデッキケース「ルガルガン」 Double Deck Case: Lugarugan) also includes two deck cases and three card dividers. The main box features a full-color illustration of Lycanroc in both its Midday and Midnight Forms, while the individual deck cases each feature a predominantly black and white illustration of one form, with their eyes providing the only color.
The standard size Lycanroc Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース「ルガルガン」 Deck Case: Lugarugan) comes with just two card dividers, and features the Midday and Midnight Forms of Lycanroc slashing with their claws.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Transform! Ditto Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「へんしん!メタモン」 Deck Shield: Transform! Metamon) feature numerous pairs of Ditto alongside one another, one of which has transformed into a Pikachu. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Mimikyu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「ミミッキュ」 Deck Shield: Mimikkyu) feature a Mimikyu in an alleyway peeking from behind a dumpster. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Poké Ride Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「ポケモンライド」 Deck Shield: Pokémon Ride) feature Pokémon Sun chasing after Tapu Koko while riding a Tauros. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Alolan Ninetales & Alolan Vulpix Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「アローラキュウコン& アローラロコン」 Deck Shield: Alolan Kyukon & Alolan Rokon) feature an Alolan Ninetales and an Alolan Vulpix snuggling together. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Lycanroc Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「ルガルガン」 Deck Shield: Alolan Kyukon & Alolan Rokon) feature the Midday and Midnight Forms of Lycanroc slashing with their claws.

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Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! Deck Case & Sleeves

To promote the upcoming twentieth movie in cinemas, the Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You! Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&デッキシールド 劇場版ポケットモンスター キミにきめた! Deck Case & Deck Shield: Pocket Monsters the Movie: I Choose You!) were released on April 15, 2017 exclusively in Pokémon Centers. Each product features Ash and his Pikachu gazing up at Ho-Oh soaring above them as a Rainbow Wing falls to the ground. The deck case comes with two card dividers and each has enough storage space for at least 90 cards. A set of 64 card sleeves are also supplied.

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Ash vs Team Rocket Deck Kit

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The Ash vs Team Rocket Deck Kit (Japanese: 30枚デッキ対戦セット「サトシVSロケット団」) is a Japanese-exclusive Deck Kit released alongside the Facing a New Trial subset, on April 21, 2017. The deck features Pokémon from the Sun & Moon series of the Pokémon anime, including Ash's Pikachu and Jessie's Mimikyu as Pokémon-GX. The Deck Kit also includes a player's guide, damage and Status Condition markers, 2 GX markers, a coin, a playmat, and a How to Play instruction manual.

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Alolan Vulpix Special Set

Also released in conjunction with the Facing a New Trial subset on April 21, 2017 was the Alolan Vulpix Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット 「アローラロコン」). This blister pack features the Alolan variant of the Fox Pokémon Vulpix and contains 2 Facing a New Trial booster packs.

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Hiker Sleeves

Participants of Pokémon Card Gym meetings between May and July 2017 were given a set of 5 Hiker Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド やまおとこ Deck Shield: Mountaineer) for as long as stocks lasted. The illustration portrays the dancing Alolan Marowak and Hiker David that occasionally appears unannounced during Kiawe's trial at Wela Volcano Park in Pokémon Sun and Moon.

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Colorful Flip Deck Cases

The Eevee and Colorful Friends campaign, which ran from May 13 until July 17, 2017 at all Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores nationwide in Japan, saw an abundant release of Eevee and Eeveelution-themed merchandise, as well as the distribution of special Eeveelutions for use in Pokémon Sun and Moon. One facet of this campaign was the Colorful Eevee Collection, among which included chic leather-style flip deck cases featuring relief images of Eevee and its evolutions. Each of these cases can store up to 180 cards.

Deck cases:

Eevee Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful EV)
Vaporeon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful SW)
Flareon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful BS)
Jolteon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful TD)
Espeon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful EF)
Umbreon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful BK)
Leafeon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful LF)
Glaceon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful GC)
Sylveon Colorful Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Colorful NP)

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Charmander Special Set

A plethora of TCG merchandise was made available on June 16, 2017, coinciding with the release of the dual To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow and Darkness that Consumes Light expansions. The Charmander Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット「ヒトカゲ」) was one of these, which contains a promotional card of the focal Lizard Pokémon, one To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow booster pack, and one Darkness that Consumes Light booster pack.

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SM3 accessories

Rounding off the mainstream TCG releases on June 16, 2017 were a number of specially illustrated deck cases, card sleeves, and files. Deluxe items featuring Lillie and her relatives were subsequently released on June 17, 2017 as part of a Pokémon Center campaign.

Deck cases: Each regular deck case comes with two card dividers and each has enough storage space for at least 90 cards.

The Marshadow Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース マーシャドー) features the eponymous Gloomdweller Pokémon with its fighting spirit burning in addition to the Legendary Rainbow Pokémon Ho-Oh. Both have prominent roles in the upcoming movie I Choose You!.
The Lusamine & Nihilego Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド ルザミーネ&ウツロイド Deck Case & Shield: Lusamine & Uturoid) is a special release that includes a deck case and compliment of 64 card sleeves. Both products portray Lusamine in Ultra Space surrounded by Nihilego.
The Gladion & Silvally Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド グラジオ&シルヴァディ Deck Case & Shield: Glazio & Silvady) is another special release that comes packaged with a deck case and a set of 64 card sleeves. Both products feature Gladion and his partner Silvally.
The special Lillie & Solgaleo & Lunala Double Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: ダブルデッキケース&シールド リーリエ&ソルガレオ・ルナアーラ Double Deck Case & Shield: Lilie & Solgaleo•Lunala) comes complete with two regular deck cases, one featuring Lillie embracing Solgaleo, the other with her embracing Lunala, and two sets of 64 matching card sleeves. The product also comes with three card dividers.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Marshadow Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド マーシャドー Deck Shield: Marshadow) feature Marshadow preparing to strike with its fighting spirit burning.
The Lana & Wishiwashi Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド スイレン&ヨワシ Deck Shield: Suiren & Yowashi) feature Lana reeling in a School Form Wishiwashi along with other native Pokémon. These sleeves could only be purchased at venues hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings.
The Snorlax Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド カビゴン Deck Shield: Kabigon) feature a sleeping Snorlax with Bulbasaur, Pikachu, Charmander, and Squirtle asleep on its stomach. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Full of Mimikyu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミミッキュいっぱい Deck Shield: Full of Mimikkyu) feature numerous Mimikyu with a lone Pikachu appearing behind one. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Alola Friends Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Alola Friends Deck Shield: Alola Friends) feature two surfing Pikachu in traditional Hawaiian dress surrounded by several native Alolan Pokémon. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.

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File: The only new file available in June was the 4-ring Necrozma Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル ネクロズマ), which also comes with eight 9-pocket sheets to display cards. The limited color illustration features Charizard and Rayquaza facing Necrozma, illuminated by light emanating from the prisms on its hands.

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Lillie & Cosmog Special Box

The Lillie & Cosmog Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX リーリエ&コスモッグ) was released on June 17, 2017 in Pokémon Centers alongside several other items of Cosmog-themed merchandise. The box comes with 2 promotional prints of Lillie and Cosmog, a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case, a coin, a card box, three To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow booster packs, and three Darkness that Consumes Light booster packs. All original illustrations used for the box and its contents are by Megumi Mizutani.

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Pokémon Center Tohoku Deck Case & Sleeves

A Pokémon Center campaign to celebrate the reopening of Pokémon Center Tohoku on June 30, 2017 saw the release of many different items of merchandise. Coinciding with the buildup to Tanabata, the Japanese star festival, the illustrations by sui used on many of the items feature tanzaku, wishes written on strips of paper, as well as Pokémon Center Tohoku mascots Pikachu and Rowlet, and star-related Pokémon Jirachi and Victini. The only TCG-related item released during this campaign were the Pokémon Center Tohoku Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド ポケモンセンタートウホクR Deck Case & Shield: Pokémon Center Tohoku R), which includes a deck case with space to store at least 90 cards, two card dividers, concomitant with a set of 64 card sleeves.

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EDION Limited Stamp Campaign accessories

The EDION Limited Stamp Campaign offered a number of exclusive TCG products that could only be obtained via lotteries. Customers purchasing at least ¥500 worth of Pokémon goods from participating EDION stores across Japan would earn 1 stamp, and would become eligible to enter one of the five scheduled lotteries by earning 3 stamps. The entry periods and lotteries were held on the following dates:

  • 1st period: April 21-May 28, 2017. Lottery held on June 16, 2017.
  • 2nd period: May 29-August 27, 2017. Lottery held on September 15, 2017.
  • 3rd period: August 28-November 19, 2017. Lottery held on December 8, 2017.
  • 4th period: November 20, 2017-February 25, 2018. Lottery held on March 15, 2018.
  • 5th period: February 26-March 31, 2018. Lottery held on April 28, 2018.

Each lottery offered 3 different prizes drawn at random. The A prize was an EDION Limited Rubber Half Playmat (Japanese: エディオン限定ラバーハーフプレイマット), which features a design emulating cardboard complete with cut-outs of Pikachu, Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio and hand-drawn annotations. 50 copies of this prize were distributed per lottery. The B prize was an EDION Limited Leather-like Deck Case (Japanese: エディオン限定レザー風デッキケース), a light brown chic leather-style flip deck case featuring a relief of the Generation VII starter Pokémon Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio. 50 copies of this prize were distributed per lottery. The C prize was a Holofoil Energy Card Set (Japanese: キラエネルギーカードセット), comprising 10 copies each of Mirror Holofoil Fire and Water Energy cards. Both sets of cards are unnumbered SM-P Promotional cards. 100 copies of this prize were distributed per lottery.

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Ho-Oh-GX Special Jumbo Card Pack

The Ho-Oh-GX Special Jumbo Card Pack (Japanese: スペシャルジャンボカードパック「ホウオウGX」) was made available on July 1, 2017 in the buildup to the Japanese release of I Choose You! in cinemas. It comes packaged with a Jumbo print of Ho-Oh-GX, an Ash's Pikachu promotional card, and 3 packs each from the To Have Seen the Battle Rainbow and Darkness that Consumes Light expansions.

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I Choose You! accessories

To promote the release of I Choose You! in cinemas, new card files and sleeves were made available to purchase from July 15, 2017.

Sleeves: Running concurrent with the Pikachu in a cap distributions, each of these sleeves feature Ash's Pikachu wearing one of Ash's hats from different periods in his adventures. All have muted colors and are presented like postcards complete with mock franking marks. Each pack contains 64 sleeves, and all variants were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.

Original Cap Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ぼうしをかぶったピカチュウ オリジナル Card Shield: Hat-wearing Pikachu: Original)
Hoenn Cap Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ぼうしをかぶったピカチュウ ホウエン Card Shield: Hat-wearing Pikachu: Hoenn)
Sinnoh Cap Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ぼうしをかぶったピカチュウ シンオウ Card Shield: Hat-wearing Pikachu: Sinnoh)
Unova Cap Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ぼうしをかぶったピカチュウ イッシュ Card Shield: Hat-wearing Pikachu: Isshu)
Kalos Cap Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ぼうしをかぶったピカチュウ カロス Card Shield: Hat-wearing Pikachu: Kalos)
Alola Cap Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ぼうしをかぶったピカチュウ アローラ Card Shield: Hat-wearing Pikachu: Alola)

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Files: Two mini card files were released, each of which can display 104 cards.

The Rotom Pokédex Mini Card File (Japanese: ミニカードファイル ロトム図鑑 Mini Card File: Rotom Illustrated Encyclopedia) features the Rotom Pokédex and many native Alolan Pokémon. The front illustration is of a forest scene with a Pokémon Center, while the reverse is that of a beach scene.
The front illustration of the Lana's Holiday Mini Card File (Japanese: ミニカードファイル スイレンの休日 Mini Card File: Suiren's Holiday) features Lana looking out to sea accompanied by several Water-type Pokémon. The reverse illustration features Mallow serving a meal while Kiawe looks at it questionably. Mallow's Steenee and Kiawe's Marowak are also present.

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Toys "R" Us Original Deck Case

Starting July 15, 2017, customers at participating Toys "R" Us stores in Japan who purchased at least ¥1,000 worth of eligible Pokémon Card Game merchandise received a Toys "R" Us Original Deck Case (Japanese: トイザらス オリジナルデッキケース). The case features a 5ban Graphics illustration of Solgaleo and Lunala on the front, used on many prior products, and the four Alolan guardian deities on the reverse. The case was limited to 5,000 copies nationwide and the purchase campaign ran for as long as stock lasted.

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Pokémon Card Gym Summer Festa 2017 merchandise

Participating Pokémon Card Gym venues across Japan held Summer Festa 2017 events between July 15 and August 31, 2017. The campaign was aimed at introducing children in elementary school and below to the TCG and encouraged them to interact with others. Two SM-P Promotional cards could be earned by taking part in the event. Winners of the rock-paper-scissors game held at the conclusion of each event were also given an exclusive 2-player playmat featuring Pikachu and Tapu Koko. The playmat also has the Summer Festa 2017 campaign logo in one corner.

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Japanese Design accessories

July 29, 2017 marked the beginning of a Pokémon Center campaign in which a wide variety of items featuring traditional aspects of Japanese design were released. Some TCG-related items were available to purchase among these, including deck cases and card sleeves.

Deck case: The Rowlet Japanese Design Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース 和柄 モクロー Flip Deck Case: Japanese Design: Mokuroh), made from a chirimen-like material, features a color-contrasting pattern consisting of Rowlet shown from multiple angles. The case has space to store up to 180 cards and comes with two dividers.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Rowlet Japanese Design Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 和柄 モクロー Deck Shield: Japanese Design: Mokuroh) feature Rowlet in different poses and from multiple angles using a small selection of complementary colors.
The Candy Design Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 飴柄 Deck Shield: Ame Design) feature traditional Japanese ame candy adorned with the faces of several different Pokémon.
The Mt. Silver Ukiyo-e Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 浮世絵 しろがね山 Deck Shield: Ukiyo-e Mt. Shirogane) feature an homage to the iconic print The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai with a Pokémon twist, substituting Mount Fuji for Mt. Silver.

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SM4 accessories

In conjunction with the release of the Awakened Heroes and Ultradimensional Beasts dual expansion on September 15, 2017, numerous TCG-related items were made available for purchase.

Deck case: The sole deck case available was the Silvally Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース シルヴァディ Deck Case: Silvady), which features Silvally drawn in a heraldic-inspired design, complete with coat of arms. The case comes with two card dividers and each has enough storage space for at least 90 cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Acerola Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド アセロラ Deck Shield: Acerola) feature Acerola contently hugging Sableye and Mimikyu with Froslass and Drifblim behind. These sleeves were only available to customers at Pokémon Centers who purchased 2 in any combination of Awakened Heroes or Ultradimensional Beasts booster boxes.
The Graffiti Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド グラフィティ Deck Shield: Graffiti) feature a graffiti-style mural of Drowzee, Zubat, and Salandit, Pokémon commonly used by Team Skull Grunts, complete with Team Skull emblems on a brickwork backdrop. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Golisopod Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド グソクムシャ Deck Shield: Gusokumusha) feature Golisopod drawn in a traditional Japanese style with a limited turquoise and purple color palette. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Tapu Lele Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド カプ・テテフ Deck Shield: Kapu Tetefu) feature Tapu Lele accompanied with a design comprising traditional Hawaiian flowers. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Drampa Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ジジーロン Deck Shield: Jijilong) feature Drampa in a raging storm complete with a floral design. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Silvally Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド シルヴァディ Deck Shield: Silvady) feature a rampant Silvally in a heraldic-inspired design.

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Ultra Beast GX Battle accessories

Following the release of the Awakened Heroes and Ultradimensional Beasts expansion, Pokémon Centers across Japan held Ultra Beast GX Battle events on September 16 through to 18, 2017. The events on the 16th and 18th were Open Leagues with no age limit, whereas the event on the 17th was an Elementary School and Below League. All participants were given a red GX marker, referencing the new Ultra Beast Pokémon-GX that debuted in the recent expansion. Those recording at least 3 wins at a single event were awarded either an Awakened Heroes booster pack, an Ultradimensional Beasts booster pack, or a pack of 64 Red GX Sleeves (Japanese: 赤いGXのデッキシールド Red GX Deck Shield) at random.

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Champion's League 2018 merchandise

The first Champion's League meeting of the 2017-2018 season was held in Yokohama at the Pacifico Yokohama on September 3, 2017. All attendees were given a Tapu Koko promotional card featuring the Champion's League 2018 logo upon entry. Attendees could also earn Play Points by participating in one or more events held as part of the meeting and redeem them for prizes. Such events included the official Champion's League 2018 tournament, the One Day Battle, The Masked Royal 100 Card Competition Final, and the 3 on 3 Battle. Upon reaching 4 Play Points, players could earn 1 of 9 Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random. At 8 Play Points, players could select to redeem either a Espeon-GX or Umbreon-GX promotional card.

The next Champion's League meetings were held at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on March 21, 2018 and at the Kyoto Pulse Plaza, Kyoto on April 21, 2018. Each participant of these meetings was given a promotional Lycanroc card featuring the Champion's League 2018 logo upon entry. Players could earn Play Points by participating in events held at each meeting and earn more by performing well in a given event. Eligible events included the official Champion's League 2018 tournament, the Flight Battle, the Nagoya Open (present only at the Nagoya venue), the Kyoto Open (present only at the Kyoto venue), and the 3 on 3 Battle. Players could redeem 4 Play Points for a promotional Marshadow card. Upon reaching 6 Play Points, players could redeem 1 of 9 Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random. At 8 Play Points, players could redeem 1 of 3 promotional cards of their choice: Espeon-GX, Umbreon-GX, or Necrozma-GX.

At all meetings, Junior competitors in the main Champion's League 2018 tournament who reached the Premier Stage, as well as Senior and Master competitors who placed in the top 64, earned a promotional print of Bodybuilding Dumbbells. A set of exclusive card sleeves (Japanese: オリジナルデッキシールド Original Deck Shield) were also awarded to Junior competitors who went on to reach the Climax Stage, as well as Senior and Master competitors who placed in the top 32. Victory Decoration trophy cards were also awarded to the top 4 players in each league category at each venue.

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Poké Ball Rubber Playmat

Launched in tandem with the first Champion's League event of the 2017-2018 season on September 3, 2017, the Poké Ball Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット モンスターボール Rubber Playmat: Monster Ball) could be purchased at the host venue, the Pacifico Yokohama in Yokohama, or at Pokémon Centers. The mat contains the necessary areas for 1 player and features a simple Poké Ball design.

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Pokémon Yurutto accessories

Pokémon Yurutto was a collaborative campaign between The Pokémon Company and kanahei, a popular sticker illustrator in Japan, that saw the manufacture of merchandise featuring numerous Pokémon drawn in kanahei's style. Several TCG-related items were released through the campaign, which included deck cases and card sleeves. All items were available from Pokémon Centers from September 16, 2017.

Deck cases: Each deck case comes with two card dividers and each has enough storage space for at least 90 cards.

The Pokémon Yurutto: Sea Play Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース Pokémon Yurutto うみあそび) features Pikachu and Dedenne relaxing by a beach while various other Pokémon play around them.
The Pokémon Yurutto: Forest Walk Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース Pokémon Yurutto もりさんぽ) features Pikachu and Dedenne hanging from a Drifloon in a forest populated by various Pokémon.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Pokémon Yurutto: Squeezed Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Pokémon Yurutto ピカチュウむぎゅぎゅ Deck Shield: Pokémon Yurutto Pikachu mu Gyu Gyu) feature Pikachu's face pressed up as if against a window.
The Pokémon Yurutto: Pikachu & Dedenne Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Pokémon Yurutto ピカチュウとデデンネ Deck Shield: Pokémon Yurutto Pikachu & Dedenne) feature Dedenne hugging one of Pikachu's cheeks.
The Pokémon Yurutto: Lazy Tower Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Pokémon Yurutto ぐでタワー Deck Shield: Pokémon Yurutto Gude Tower) feature Pikachu, Dedenne, and Rowlet lying lazily in a tower formation.
The Pokémon Yurutto: Encounter Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Pokémon Yurutto 遭遇 Deck Shield: Pokémon Yurutto Encounter) feature Pikachu and Bewear looking at each other.

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Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves

As part of the Poncho-wearing Eevee merchandise campaign, which also saw these release of numerous SM-P Promotional cards, card sleeves featuring Eevee wearing ponchos resembling each of its evolutions were made available at Pokémon Centers from October 7, 2017. All sleeves available as part of the campaign come in packs of 64 and are illustrated by Kouki Saitou.

Sleeves:

Vaporeon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ シャワーズ Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Showers)
Flareon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ ブースター Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Booster)
Jolteon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ サンダース Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Thunders)
Espeon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ エーフィ Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Eifie)
Umbreon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ ブラッキー Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Blacky)
Leafeon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ リーフィア Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Leafia)
Glaceon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ グレイシア Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Glacia)
Sylveon Poncho-wearing Eevee Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポンチョを着たイーブイ ニンフィア Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Eievui: Nymphia)

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October 2017 Playmats

Available from October 20, 2017 exclusively in Pokémon Centers were two single-player rubber playmats featuring artwork used on products released earlier in the year. These included:

The Lillie Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット リーリエ Rubber Playmat: Lilie), which features Lillie embracing Solgaleo and Lunala, previously used on the Lillie & Solgaleo & Lunala Double Deck Case & Sleeves.
The Mt. Silver Ukiyo-e Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 浮世絵 しろがね山 Rubber Playmat: Ukiyo-e Mt. Shirogane), which features a Pokémon-inspired homage of The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Hokusai, previously used on card sleeves released in July 2017.

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Vulpix's Crystal Season Special Box

The Vulpix's Crystal Season Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX Rokon's Crystal Season) was made available on October 21, 2017, featuring Vulpix and its Alolan variant. It comes with a Vulpix and an Alolan Vulpix promotional card, a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case, a metal coin, a card box for storage, three Awakened Heroes booster packs, and three Ultradimensional Beasts booster packs.

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Solgaleo-GX & Lunala-GX Legendary Starter Set

Main article: Solgaleo-GX & Lunala-GX Legendary Starter Set (TCG)

The Solgaleo-GX & Lunala-GX Legendary Starter Set (Japanese: スターターセット伝説 ソルガレオGX ルナアーラGX) was made available on November 10, 2017. It centers around two Legendary Alolan Pokémon: the Sunne Pokémon Solgaleo and the Moone Pokémon Lunala. The deck contains an assortment of primarily Metal and Psychic Pokémon, as well as Trainer and Energy cards. The set also includes a rulebook, a player's guide, a set of damage counters, 2 status counters, a GX marker, a coin, and a playmat.

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Legendary Starter Set: Premium Edition

Two enhanced versions of the Solgaleo-GX & Lunala-GX Legendary Starter Set were also available from November 10, 2017. One of these was the Legendary Starter Set: Premium Edition (Japanese: スターターセット伝説 プレミアムエディション), which includes the Legendary Starter Set, 1 booster pack from each of the 4 dual Sun & Moon Era expansions, and a deck case featuring Solgaleo and Lunala. It also comes with a Rockruff and a Dusk Form Lycanroc promotional card.

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Toys "R" Us Limited GX Battle Starter Special Set

The other enhanced version was the Toys "R" Us Limited GX Battle Starter Special Set (Japanese: トイザらス限定 GX対戦スタータースペシャルセット), made available on November 10, 2017, exclusively at Toys "R" Us stores in Japan. The special set contains the Legendary Starter Set, as well as a Tapu Bulu-GX Enhanced Starter Set, 3 GX Battle Boost booster packs, two deck cases (one featuring Solgaleo and Lunala, and the other featuring Rockruff and Dusk Form Lycanroc. It also comes with Tapu Lele and Tapu Fini promotional cards.

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Ultra Alola Adventure Deck Case & Sleeves

Leading up to the release of Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, the Ultra Alola Adventure Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド Ultra Alola Adventure Deck Case & Shield: Ultra Alola Adventure) were made available from November 11, 2017. The card box and set of 64 sleeves that come with it both feature protagonists Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon in their updated attire, version mascots Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma, as well as starter Pokémon Rowlet, Litten, and Popplio in front of an Ultra Wormhole. The card box itself can store 90 cards in sleeves or 180 cards without sleeves, and also comes with 2 dividers.

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Champion's League 2018 1st Certified Tournament merchandise

Players competing in the 1st Certified Champion's League 2018 Tournament, held at the Sunshine City Convention Center in East Ikebukuro, Toshima, Tokyo on November 26, 2017 received a Welcome Kit upon paying the entry fee of ¥4,000. This kit included a promotional Tapu Koko card and exclusive Ho-Oh-themed merchandise, including a Ho-Oh Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ホウオウ Rubber Playmat: Houou) and Ho-Oh Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ホウオウ Deck Shield: Houou). People visiting the venue could also purchase other items at the pop-up Pokémon Center. These included:

Playmats:

Alolan Ninetales Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット アローラキュウコン Rubber Playmat: Alolan Kyukon)
Necrozma Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ネクロズマ)

Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

Alolan Ninetales Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド アローラキュウコン Deck Shield: Alolan Kyukon)
Necrozma Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ネクロズマ Deck Shield: Necrozma)

Players participating in the tournament itself could earn prizes by performing well. The top 64 players earned a promotional print of Bodybuilding Dumbbells and a number of Championship Points relative to their overall position. Those placing in the top 32 would earn original sleeves in addition to the other prizes. Victory Decoration cards were also awarded to the top 4 players of the tournament. Players could also participate in a number of side events held at the venue in effort to accumulate Play Points and exchange them for exclusive prizes. These side events differed to previous events in which Play Points could be won, requiring attendees to purchase Play Tickets to become eligible for entry into an event. 1 Play Ticket came with an Expansion Pack Set, containing 1 Awakened Heroes booster pack and 1 Ultradimensional Beasts booster pack, which could be purchased at the venue. Earning at least 1 Play Point would earn players a commemorative coin featuring a VS design, previously available in the Battle Gift Set: Thundurus vs Tornadus, albeit gold-colored. 2 Play Points would earn players an event-exclusive clear file featuring Ho-Oh and 4 Play Points would earn players packs of 10 event-exclusive card sleeves featuring the event logo. Upon reaching 8 Play Points, players could redeem a special Marshadow promotional card. At 12 Play Points, players could redeem 1 of 9 Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random. 24 Play Points gave players the choice to redeem either a Espeon-GX or Umbreon-GX promotional card, ultimately followed by a Sunshine Aquarium Annual Passport as the top prize, available to redeem at 36 Play Points.

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Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Premium Trainer Box

Main article: Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Premium Trainer Box (TCG)

The next set block of the Sun & Moon Era started with the release of the Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon dual expansion on December 8, 2017. Similar to the Premium Trainer Box released for the Collection Sun and Collection Moon expansions, the Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Premium Trainer Box (Japanese: プレミアムトレーナーボックス ウルトラサン・ウルトラムーン) includes an array of items for play and storage, a stock of basic Energy cards, and a set of distinctively numbered Trainer and Special Energy cards from both the XY BREAK and Sun & Moon Eras. The box also comes with 10 Ultra Sun booster packs and 10 Ultra Moon booster packs.

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Ultra Sun ÆON Limited Special Pack

A pair of blister packs was made available from December 8, 2017. One of these was the Ultra Sun ÆON Limited Special Pack (Japanese: イオン限定スペシャルパック「ウルトラサン」), which was only available to purchase at ÆON brand stores across Japan. The pack contains 4 Ultra Sun booster packs and a pin featuring Dialga. The pin was part of an ongoing ÆON GET!! POKÉ PINS campaign that saw the release of many pin badges adorned with specific Pokémon through various in-store promotions.

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Ultra Moon ÆON Limited Special Pack

The other blister pack released on December 8, 2017, was the Ultra Moon ÆON Limited Special Pack (Japanese: イオン限定スペシャルパック「ウルトラムーン」), which was also available to purchase only at ÆON brand stores across the country. The pack contains 4 Ultra Moon booster packs and an exclusive GET!! POKÉ PINS pin featuring Palkia.

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SM5 accessories

In addition to the larger products detailed above, a number of other TCG-related items could be purchased from the same day.

Deck cases: Each deck case comes with 2 card dividers for organization and have enough storage space for at least 90 cards.

Available exclusively at Pokémon Centers, the polyurethane Espeon & Umbreon Flower Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース エーフィ&ブラッキー フラワー Deck Case: Eifie & Blacky Flower) features stitching, a hand-drawn Espeon and Umbreon design with flowers, and comes complete with a charm.
The Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ウルトラサン・ウルトラムーン) feature the mascots of the recently released Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon: Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma in an illustration by 5ban Graphics.

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Playmat: The Cynthia's Full Power Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット シロナの全力 Rubber Playmat: Shirona's Full Power) was 1 of 2 Cynthia-themed items that could be purchased exclusively at venues hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings. The mat contains an area for a single player and features Cynthia, her signature Garchomp, and her Lucario.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Pyukumuku Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ナマコブシ Deck Shield: Namakobushi) feature Pyukumuku making a peace sign with its expelled organs. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Espeon & Umbreon Flower Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド エーフィ&ブラッキー フラワー Deck Shield: Eifie & Blacky Flower) feature Espeon and Umbreon with a design comprising roses and traditional Hawaiian flowers, recycling the artwork used on the similarly named deck case. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Lively Lillie Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド カプ・テテフ Deck Shield: Lively Lilie) feature Lillie in her "Z-Powered form". These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Lucario's Aura Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ルカリオの波動 Deck Shield: Lucario's Wave) feature Lucario in a garden-like environment while it senses something with its Aura. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Volkner Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド デンジ Deck Shield: Denzi) feature Volkner relaxing with Luxray, Ambipom, Jolteon, Electivire, Octillery, and Rotom, which have in part formed his teams in Pokémon Diamond, Pearl, Platinum, Black 2, and White 2. These sleeves were only available at Pokémon Centers.
The Cynthia's Full Power Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド シロナの全力 Deck Shield: Shirona's Full Power) feature Cynthia leading a charge with her Lucario and Garchomp. These sleeves could only be purchased at venues hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings.
The Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ウルトラサン・ウルトラムーン Deck Shield: Ultra Sun•Ultra Moon) feature the Legendary Prism Pokémon Necrozma in both its Dusk Mane and Dawn Wings forms.

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Joshin Limited Storage Box

Participating Joshin stores in Japan also ran an Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon promotion that began on December 8, 2017. Customers who purchased in any combination of 30 Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon booster packs received an exclusive Joshin Limited Storage Box (Japanese: ジョーシン限定ストレージボックス) featuring Dusk Mane Necrozma and Dawn Wings Necrozma. The box has a storage capacity of 750 unsleeved cards or 400 cards in sleeves. The promotion ran for as long as stock lasted.

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Energy Packs

Marketed as a cost-effective way of providing players with multiples of specific Energy card types, the Energy Packs were made available at participating stores from December 29, 2017 and from the Pokémon Center Online starting January 13, 2018. Each pack contains 8 standard Sun & Moon Era prints of one of the nine basic Energy cards at a cost of ¥100 plus tax. These include:

Grass Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「草」)
Fire Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「炎」)
Water Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「水」)
Lightning Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「雷」)
Psychic Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「超」)
Fighting Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「闘」)
Darkness Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「悪」)
Metal Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「鋼」)
Fairy Energy Pack (Japanese: エネルギーパック「フェアリー」)

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Elite Four Playmat

On January 8, 2018, the Pokémon Company chose the four best Japanese representatives of the TCG for the 2016-2017 season to be the 2017 Pokémon Card Game Elite Four. As members of the Elite Four, these ambassadors would have their names and pictures present at official Pokémon Card Game Stations, would participate in interviews, receive invitations to official events, receive products before general release, and receive an exclusive Elite Four Playmat (Japanese: 四天王プレイマット Four Heavenly Kings Playmat), which features the Pokémon Card Game Elite Four logo against a black background. Qualifying tournaments were held throughout the year to decide the 2018 Elite Four lineup.

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Secret Teams Sleeves

January 20, 2018 saw the start of the Team Rainbow Rocket's Ambition campaign in Japan, which among its special distributions, also included a plethora of villainous team-related merchandise. Associated TCG products included seven Pretend Boss Pikachu SM-P Promotional cards and seven sets of card sleeves, each focusing on the primary antagonists from core series titles. All sleeves come in packs of 64 and were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.

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The Secret Teams R Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS R Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS R) feature Team Rocket leader Giovanni and his Nidoking.
The Secret Teams M Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS M Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS M) feature Team Magma leader Maxie and his Camerupt.
The Secret Teams A Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS A Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS A) feature Team Aqua leader Archie and his Sharpedo.
The Secret Teams G Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS G Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS G) feature Team Galactic leader Cyrus and his Weavile.
The Secret Teams P Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS P Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS P) feature Team Plasma leader Ghetsis and his Hydreigon.
The Secret Teams F Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS F Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS F) feature Team Flare leader Lysandre and his Pyroar.
The Secret Teams S Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド SECRET TEAMS S Deck Shield: SECRET TEAMS S) feature Team Skull leader Guzma and his Golisopod.

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It's Mimikyu Special Box

A wide variety of decorative and practical merchandise began to be released through the Pokémon Center starting February 10, 2018 as part of the Everyday Mimikyu campaign. The majority of these items incorporated vignettes featuring Mimikyu, Pikachu, and Morelull with forest backdrops. The It's Mimikyu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX ミミッキュだよ) was the only TCG product released during this campaign and comes packaged with 2 new promotional cards featuring Mimikyu and Pikachu, 3 booster packs each from Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, a metal Mimikyu coin, plus a matching set of 64 card sleeves, deck case, and card box for storage.

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Ultra Sun Deck Build Box

Main article: Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Deck Build Boxes (TCG)

Two new boxed products were made available from February 16, 2018 with a concept based on both the Master Deck Build Box EX released during the BW Era and the more recent Premium Trainer Box. One of these was the Ultra Sun Deck Build Box (Japanese: デッキビルドBOX「ウルトラサン」), which contains 158 cards comprising popular Trainer and Energy cards from the XY, XY BREAK, and Sun & Moon Eras. Each box also comes with 10 Ultra Sun booster packs and 3 Ultra Force booster packs.

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Ultra Moon Deck Build Box

Main article: Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Deck Build Boxes (TCG)

The second of two boxes obtainable from February 16, 2018 was the Ultra Moon Deck Build Box (Japanese: デッキビルドBOX「ウルトラムーン」), which like its counterpart, contains a selection of 50 Trainer and Special Energy cards from the XY, XY BREAK, and Sun & Moon Eras that have been widely used in competitive decks, as well as 108 basic Energy cards. Also included are 10 Ultra Moon packs and 3 Ultra Force packs.

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February 2018 Sleeves

Also available from most retailers on February 16, 2018 were two packs of specially illustrated sleeves for card protection. Each pack contains 64 sleeves; enough for a full deck plus spares. These included:

The Mallow, Lana & Lillie Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド マオ・スイレン・リーリエ Deck Shield: Mao•Suiren•Lilie), which feature Trial Captains Mallow and Lana with their respective Pokémon Bounsweet and Chinchou, as well as Lillie and Nebby in an illustration by Naoki Saito.
The Pikachu Face Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウ フェイス Deck Shield: Pikachu Face), which feature Pikachu's facial elements drawn in a crayon-like style.

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Forbidden Light Pokémon Center Limited Set

The Forbidden Light Pokémon Center Limited Set (Japanese: 禁断の光 ポケモンセンター限定セット) was a premium set made available through Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online with the release of the Forbidden Light expansion on March 2, 2018. At a cost of ¥10,800 plus tax, this large item comes with 2 Forbidden Light booster boxes (a total of 60 packs) and 3 accessories not procurable elsewhere:

A Large Capacity Card Box (Japanese: 大容量カードボックス) with storage space for up to 1,400 cards featuring an illustration of Ultra Necrozma by 5ban Graphics.
The Bonnie & Clemont Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド ユリーカ&シトロン Deck Case: Eureka & Citron) and set of 64 Bonnie & Clemont Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ユリーカ&シトロン Deck Shield: Eureka & Citron) both feature Clemont tucking in a sleeping Bonnie, while an Emolga looks on. The deck case has capacity to store a further 180 cards and comes with dividers.

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SM6 accessories

The sixth main expansion of the Sun & Moon Era also saw the release of several TCG storage and protection solutions.

Deck case: Only one deck case was available from March 2, 2018: the Awakening Light Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース 目覚めし光), which has a 5ban Graphics illustration featuring Ultra Necrozma with a light burst in the background. The case comes with two card dividers and has capacity to store 180 cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Awakening Light Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 目覚めし光 Deck Shield: Awakening Light) feature the same roaring Ultra Necrozma illustration as the deck box detailed above.
The Kalos Girls! Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド KALOS GIRLS! Deck Shield: Kalos Girls!) feature an illustration by Yusuke Ohmura depicting a Lady, Lass, and female Ace Trainer as they appear in Pokémon X and Y together with their Pokémon.
The Poipole & Naganadel Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ベベノム・アーゴヨン Deck Shield: Bevenom•Āgoyon) depict Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon debutant Poipole and its evolved form Naganadel.
The Lysandre Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド フラダリ Deck Shield: Fuladari) feature a partial Holo Caster projection of Lysandre with the words "残念ですが、さようなら。" This is the last sentence of Lysandre's final transmission in Pokémon X and Y, in which he warns the populace of Kalos of his intention to use the ultimate weapon and "wipe the slate clean", signing off with "I'm sorry, those of you who are not members of Team Flare, but this is adieu to you all."

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Buzzwole Original Rubber Playmat

Participating Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations across Japan held Pokémon Card Day events on a set Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the months of March, April, and May in 2018. Winners of the tournaments held at each of these venues were awarded a Buzzwole Original Rubber Playmat (Japanese: マッシブーン オリジナルラバープレイマット Massivoon Original Rubber Playmat), which features a 5ban Graphics illustration of the Swollen Pokémon in action. The playmat was available again as a random prize to winners of tournaments held between April 29 and May 6, 2019 as part of Golden Week celebrations at participating venues.

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Pokémon Center Tokyo DX Special Box

In celebration of the opening of Pokémon Center Tokyo DX on March 14, 2018, many items of memorabilia were made available to purchase. The majority of these items featured Pikachu clad in outfits resembling the various cultures that have bloomed in Tokyo throughout its history. One of these items was the Pokémon Center Tokyo DX Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX ポケモンセンタートウキョーDX), which has an ensemble illustration by Kouki Saitou featuring the aforementioned Pikachu, as well as the Pokémon Center DX mascot Mew among others. The box itself can store up to 720 cards and comes packaged with 2 exclusive promotional cards, 5 Forbidden Light booster packs, a set of 64 card sleeves, plus a deck case featuring a stylized Pikachu Walking Map of Nihonbashi and surrounding locales.

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Fall in the Ultra Beast Rubber Playmat

The Fall in the Ultra Beast Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット フォール・イン・ザ・ウルトラビースト) was one of several items of Ultra Beast-themed merchandise available exclusively in Pokémon Centers from March 24, 2018. The playmat features a collage of the nine images used on other accessories released as part of the Fall in the Ultra Beast campaign, each of which portray one of the extradimensional Pokémon in their natural habitat.

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Riding on Lapras Sleeves

The Riding on Lapras campaign began in Pokémon Centers across Japan on April 7, 2018 and saw the release of many decorative and functional items of merchandise adorned with various depictions of a Pikachu travelling the world on a Lapras delivering gifts. All illustrations used in the campaign were created by Sanosuke Sakuma. Available as part of the campaign were sets of 64 Riding on Lapras Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ラプラスに乗って Deck Shield: Riding on Laplace), featuring the aforementioned Lapras and Pikachu.

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Pokémon Center 20th Anniversary Commemoration Deck Case & Sleeves

Starting April 25, 2018, Pokémon Centers across Japan began a commemoration campaign to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the opening of the first Pokémon Center in Nihombashi, Tokyo, which opened the same day in 1998. The sole TCG item of merchandise amongst those available were the Pokémon Center 20th Anniversary Commemoration Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド ポケモンセンター20周年記念 Deck Case & Shield: Pokémon Center 20th Anniversary Commemoration), which feature the campaign mascots Pikachu and Shaymin, as well as the starter Pokémon from as of then all 7 generations. Each box contains 64 card sleeves and 2 card dividers, and has storage space for up to 180 cards.

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Ultra Necrozma Paper Playmat

From May 12 to 31, 2018, participating CARDBOX stores across Japan hosted Pokémon TCG events in which people could earn prizes. Two events were available to enter at each store—the Beginner Battle, tailored for those new to the TCG, and the Gym Battle, intended for anyone with knowledge of how to play. All participants of the Gym Battle were given a 2-player Ultra Necrozma Paper Playmat (Japanese: ウルトラネクロズマ 紙製プレイマット), featuring a 5ban Graphics illustration of Ultra Necrozma used on prior products. The playmat also has the CARDBOX store logo in one corner.

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Sky-Splitting Charisma Pokémon Center Limited Set

Following popular demand for the first product of its kind with the previous expansion, the premium Sky-Splitting Charisma Pokémon Center Limited Set (Japanese: 裂空のカリスマ ポケモンセンター限定セット) was available to purchase at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online from June 1, 2018, coinciding with the general release of the Sky-Splitting Charisma expansion. This product contains 2 Sky-Splitting Charisma booster boxes as well as 3 accessories with exclusive designs:

A Large Capacity Card Box (Japanese: 大容量カードボックス) featuring a 5ban Graphics illustration of Rayquaza, one of the focal Pokémon-GX from the expansion, and with storage space for up to 1,400 cards.
The Lisia Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド ルチア Deck Case: Lutia) and matching set of 64 Lisia Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ルチア Deck Shield: Lutia) feature Pokémon Contest star Lisia and her Altaria, Ali. The deck case can store 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers.

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SM7 accessories

Sky-Splitting Charisma, the seventh main expansion of the Sun & Moon Era, references characters and Pokémon native to the Hoenn region, which are reflected in the accessories that were made available to purchase upon its launch.

Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Rayquaza Sumi-e Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド レックウザ 墨絵ver. Deck Shield: Rayquaza Sumi-e ver.) features a coiled Rayquaza composed of sweeping brushstrokes in a traditional sumi-e, or ink wash, painted style complete with ink spatters.
The Steven's Holiday Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ダイゴの休日 Deck Shield: Daigo's Holiday) features Steven Stone discovering what appears to be a rare stone whilst exploring a cave populated with an Aron, a Beldum, a Roggenrola, and a Zubat. These sleeves could only be purchased at locations hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings.
Available only at Pokémon Centers, the Latias & Latios Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ラティアス・ラティオス Deck Shield: Latias•Latios) feature Latias and Latios soaring above a city in an illustration by Kanako Eo.

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Dusk Mane Necrozma Original Rubber Playmat

Pokémon Card Day events were held at participating Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations on a set Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in June, July, and August 2018. Winners of the tournaments held at each of these venues were awarded a Dusk Mane Necrozma Original Rubber Playmat (Japanese: 日食ネクロズマ オリジナルラバープレイマット), which features a 5ban Graphics illustration of Dusk Mane Necrozma against a half-destroyed interpretation of the Altar of the Sunne. The playmat was available again as a random prize to winners of tournaments held between April 29 and May 6, 2019 as part of Golden Week celebrations at participating venues.

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Pokémon Japan Championships 2018 merchandise

The final domestic event of the 2017-2018 season was the 2018 Pokémon Japan Championships, held on June 9 and 10, 2018 at the Makuhari Messe convention center, Tokyo. This event was the last chance for players to earn enough Championship Points to qualify for the 2018 World Championships held at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee later in the year.

Exclusive merchandise could be purchased from vendors present at the venue, which featured the Pokémon ensemble as illustrated by Hitoshi Ariga and the event logo. These included T-shirts, card sleeves, pouches, and muffler towels. All attendees were given an Ultra Necrozma promotional card featuring the event logo upon entry. Attendees could also earn Play Points by participating in one or more tournaments held as part of the event and redeem them for prizes. These included the main Japan Championships, the Special Cup (held only on the second day), and the Flight Battle. Upon reaching 2 Play Points, attendees could redeem 1 of 2 original stickers featuring the event artwork at random. At 4 Play Points, attendees could earn a Marshadow promotional card. Redeeming 6 Play Points would earn attendees 1 of 9 Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random in addition to an Original Clear File featuring the event artwork. Redeeming 8 Play Points would earn attendees an Original Microfiber Cloth featuring the event artwork and their choice of 1 of 3 promotional cards: Espeon-GX, Umbreon-GX, or Necrozma-GX.

More items were awarded in the main Japan Championships tournament to players who performed well. Junior players who reached the Second Stage during the first qualifying round, as well as Senior and Master players who placed in the top 64 of the qualifying round, earned a promotional print of Bodybuilding Dumbbells. A set of card sleeves bearing a Poké Ball shield, an Original Cap featuring the event logo, and a navy blue version of the T-shirt available to purchase to all attendees were also awarded to Junior players who went on to reach the second qualifying round, as well as Senior and Master players who made the top cut following the conclusion of the qualifying round.

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Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon accessories

Inspired by the Japanese concept Hyakki Yakō, or Night Parade of One Hundred Demons, the Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon campaign (stylized as 百ポケ夜行 Hyaku Poké Yakō) began in Pokémon Centers across Japan on June 23, 2018. The campaign saw the release of many traditional items of merchandise, such as folding fans, wood straps, chopsticks, and a paper theatre, all in part featuring the Pokémon montage as illustrated by kawayoo. Many of the Pokémon representing the campaign are based on creatures or themes from Japanese folklore. A number of TCG accessories were also available as part of the campaign:

Playmat: The single-player Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 百ポケ夜行) focuses on the bottom half of the ensemble illustration, featuring the more prominent Pokémon of the campaign. The campaign logo is also featured in the top right corner.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon Illustration Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 百ポケ夜行の図 Deck Shield: Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon's Illustration) feature the entire ensemble and campaign logo.
The Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon Poké Crest Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 百ポケ夜行のポケ紋 Deck Shield: Night Parade of One Hundred Pokémon's Poké Crest) feature stylized blue and white crests of some Pokémon used as part of the campaign.

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Zeraora Special Jumbo Card Pack

Released in conjunction with the Thunderclap Spark subset and promoting the upcoming twenty-first movie, the Zeraora Special Jumbo Card Pack (Japanese: スペシャルジャンボカードパック「ゼラオラ」) was made available on July 6, 2018. This product comes packaged with a Holofoil Zeraora promotional card, a Jumbo Zeraora & Friends promotional card, 3 Sky-Splitting Charisma booster packs, and 3 Thunderclap Spark booster packs.

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Pikachu 2018 Special Set

The Pikachu 2018 Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット ピカチュウ2018) was a blister pack made available on July 6, 2018 alongside the Thunderclap Spark subset, and as a buildup to the Japanese release of Everyone's Story in cinemas. It was only sold at Pokémon Centers and participating 7-Eleven stores. This set comes with a Pikachu promotional card, 1 Sky-Splitting Charisma booster pack, and 1 Thunderclap Spark booster pack.

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SM7a accessories

Also released in conjunction with the Thunderclap Spark subset on July 6, 2018 were two sets of card sleeves. Each pack contains 64 sleeves for card protection:

The Thunderous Strong Wind Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 疾風の雷 Deck Shield: Hayate no Kaminari) feature the Mythical Thunderclap Pokémon Zeraora attacking with its signature move Plasma Fists.
The Mewtwo Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミュウツー Deck Shield: Mewtwo) feature the Legendary Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo in a battle-ready stance.

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Beginner Playmat

Starting early July 2018 for as long as stocks lasted, people were given numerous items of merchandise for participating in Pokémon Card Game Classroom events held at Pokémon Card Stations. Pokémon Card Game Classrooms are designed to introduce players to the TCG and were typically held every day or upon request, providing the venue had the capacity. These items included a 2-player Beginner Playmat (Japanese: プレイマット), which includes annotations to guide new players, an Eevee promotional card, deck sheets, and stamp cards. The Pokémon Card Stations were present at the Tokyo Bay and Osaka Pokémon Centers.

The playmat was also available at stores designated Pokémon Card Friendly Shops starting July 13, 2018. Customers purchasing at least 1 GX Starter Deck were given a Beginner Playmat and a blue coin featuring Energy symbols.

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GX Starter Decks

Main article: GX Starter Decks (TCG)

On July 13, 2018, nine GX Starter Decks (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ GX Start Deck) were released, each focusing on one specific type and an associated Pokémon-GX. These included:

Grass Lurantis-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 草ラランテス)
Fire Charizard-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 炎リザードン)
Water Lapras-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 水ラプラス)
Lightning Raichu-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 雷ライチュウ)
Psychic Mewtwo-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 超ミュウツー)
Fighting Lycanroc-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 闘ルガルガン)
Darkness Yveltal-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 悪イベルタル)
Metal Metagross-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ 鋼メタグロス)
Fairy Xerneas-GX Deck (Japanese: GXスタートデッキ フェアリーゼルネアス)

Each deck also contains 25 damage counters, a pair of Special Condition markers, and a GX marker.

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TSUTAYA Pokémon Card Step Up Campaign accessories

Participating TSUTAYA stores across Japan began the Pokémon Card Step Up Campaign on July 13, 2018 in conjunction with the release of the GX Starter Decks. Customers who purchased at least 1 deck were given a stamp card, which could be filled by meeting certain criteria at stores. Customers purchasing 1 booster pack from a main expansion or 2 booster packs from a subset would earn 1 stamp. A maximum of 3 stamps per day could be earned in this way. Customers battling in the competition space at certain stores could also earn an additional stamp per day. Upon reaching 5 stamps, customers could redeem a special Metagross coin. At 10 stamps, customers could redeem a 2-player Special Playmat (Japanese: 特製プレイマット) featuring Charizard. At 20 stamps, customers could redeem a Poké Ball-themed Special Deck Case (Japanese: 特製デッキケース) complete with Great Ball and Ultra Ball-themed card dividers. Upon reaching the full 30 stamps, customers could redeem a Special Card Box (Japanese: 特製カードボックス) featuring the guardian deities. The campaign ran until September 30, 2018, though all items were given away on a first come, first served basis.

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Red & Pikachu accessories

The third phase of Pokémon Center 20th Anniversary celebrations began on July 13, 2018, upon which numerous items of Pokémon Center-exclusive merchandise were made for sale. These items all feature Red and his Pikachu in an illustration by Ken Sugimori, specially commissioned as a "thank you" to customers for their continued patronage over the years. Several TCG items were among those available, which included:

Deck case: Each deck case comes with two card dividers featuring the same illustration and capacity to store up to 180 cards.

Red & Pikachu Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース レッド&ピカチュウ)

Playmat:

Red & Pikachu Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット レッド&ピカチュウ)

Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

Red & Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド レッド&ピカチュウ Deck Shield: Red & Pikachu)

File: Each 4-ring file includes eight 9-pocket sheets for card display and a card divider featuring a negative-color image of Red & Pikachu.

Red & Pikachu Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル レッド&ピカチュウ)

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Marshadow Paper Playmat

Starting July 14 and continuing through to August 5, 2018, participating Hobby Station stores across Japan hosted Beginner Battle and Gym Battle events in which visitors could earn prizes. Participants of the Beginner Battle were given a Pokémon Card Game type match-up table in addition to standard copies of 3 basic Energy cards. Participants of the Gym Battle were given a 2-player Marshadow Paper Playmat (Japanese: マーシャドー 紙製プレイマット), featuring a 5ban Graphics illustration of Marshadow. The playmat also features the Hobby Station logo in one corner.

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EDION Limited Stamp Campaign 2 accessories

A second EDION Limited Stamp Campaign was held in 2018 and offered similar exclusive TCG products to the one held in 2017. Customers purchasing at least ¥500 worth of eligible Pokémon goods from participating EDION and 100 Full Volt stores across Japan would earn 1 stamp, and would become eligible to enter one of five scheduled lotteries by earning 3 stamps. The entry periods and lotteries were held on the following dates:

  • 1st period: April 20-June 14, 2018. Lottery held on July 13, 2018.
  • 2nd period: June 15-August 14, 2018. Lottery held on September 7, 2018.
  • 3rd period: August 15-November 14, 2018. Lottery held on December 7, 2018.
  • 4th period: November 15, 2018-January 14, 2019. Lottery held on February 1, 2019.
  • 5th period: January 15-March 31, 2019. Lottery held on April 15, 2019.

Each lottery offered 3 different prizes drawn at random. The A prize was an EDION Limited Leather-like Double Deck Case (Japanese: エディオン限定 レザー風ダブルデッキケース), a brown chic leather-style flip deck case featuring a Poké Ball relief on the front and Energy symbol reliefs on the reverse. Each case has a storage capacity of 360 cards. 50 copies of this prize were distributed per lottery. The B prize was an EDION Limited Half Playmat (Japanese: エディオン限定 ハーフプレイマット), which features a striped pattern and two Pikachu. 50 copies of this prize were distributed per lottery. The special prize comprised a red version of the Double Deck Case, a Half Playmat, and a set of acrylic damage counters. 5 copies of this prize were distributed per lottery.

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Sketch Time Sleeves

Available at Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Stores alongside the Fairy Rise subset on August 3, 2018 were sets of 64 Sketch Time Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド スケッチの時間 Deck Shield: Sketch Time). These sleeves feature Trial Captain Mina in a field of flowers drawing in her sketchbook while her Ribombee watches.

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Super-Burst Impact Pokémon Center Limited Set

Coinciding with the general release of the Super-Burst Impact expansion on September 7, 2018 was the Super-Burst Impact Pokémon Center Limited Set (Japanese: 超爆インパクト ポケモンセンター限定セット), which could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online. This premium set contains 2 Super-Burst Impact booster boxes as well as 3 accessories with designs reflecting the Johto theme of the main expansion:

A Large Capacity Card Box (Japanese: 大容量カードボックス) featuring Lugia and Blacephalon, two Pokémon included as Pokémon-GX in the expansion. The box has capacity to store at up to 1,400 cards.
The Whitney & Miltank Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド アカネ&ミルタンク Deck Case: Akane & Miltank) and matching set of 64 Whitney & Miltank Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド アカネ&ミルタンク Deck Shield: Akane & Miltank) feature Gym Leader Whitney and her Miltank. The deck case can store 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers.

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SM8 accessories

Also released in conjunction with Super-Burst Impact, the eighth main expansion of the Sun & Moon Era, were a number of other TCG-related items.

Card box: The Lusamine Family Long Card Box (Japanese: ロングカードボックス ルザミーネファミリー) was available exclusively at Pokémon Card Gym meetings. Customers who purchased at least 1 booster box of a main expansion and 1 booster box of a subset at participating venues were given this card box for as long as supplies lasted. The box features Lusamine now seemingly at peace with her children Lillie and Gladion. Lillie sleeps holding a Poké Doll while Lusamine affectionately looks on. The short faces of the box feature the Aether Foundation emblem.

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Deck case: The Lugia Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ルギア) was the only new deck case released. It comes with 2 card dividers and has space to store at least 90 cards in sleeves, or 180 loose cards. The case features the same 5ban Graphics illustration of Lugia as those used on Super-Burst Impact boosters.

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Playmat: The single-player Lugia Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ルギア) features the same Lugia artwork utilized on other items of merchandise available at this time and was only available to purchase at venues hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Lugia Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ルギア Deck Shield: Lugia) feature the Legendary Diving Pokémon Lugia emerging from the sea.
The Suicune Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド スイクン Deck Shield: Suicune) feature the Legendary Pokémon atop a rock with an aurora in the background in an illustration by Mitsuhiro Arita. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and at Pokémon Card Stations.
The Blacephalon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ズガドーン Deck Shield: Zugadoon) feature the Fireworks Pokémon in a medieval-inspired woodcut-style illustration. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and at Pokémon Card Stations.
The Lusamine Family Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ルザミーネファミリー Deck Shield: Lusamine Family) feature the same Ken Sugimori illustration of Lusamine and her children Lillie and Gladion as the card box of the same name. These sleeves could only be purchased at venues hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings.

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Files: Each 4-ring collection file comes with ten 9-pocket sheets for card display and protection, with capacity to store many more.

The Alola All-Stars Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル アローラオールスターズ) features a variety of 5ban Graphics illustrations of popular Generation VII Pokémon. The front of the file depicts Necrozma in the various forms it can attain in Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon. The reverse features guardian deities Tapu Koko, Tapu Lele, Tapu Bulu, and Tapu Fini, as well as Ultra Beasts Stakataka and Naganadel. Additional packs of refill sheets could also be purchased separately, which also come with dividers featuring the same illustrations.
Promoting the upcoming releases of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! was the Pikachu & Eevee Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル ピカチュウ&イーブイ Collection File: Pikachu & Eievui), which features a large illustration of the Mouse and Evolution Pokémon on the front and reverse, respectively. This file was exclusive to Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and Pokémon Card Stations.

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Giratina Original Rubber Playmat

Participating Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations across Japan held Pokémon Card Day events on a set Friday, Saturday, and Sunday in the months of September, October, and November in 2018. Winners of the tournaments held at each of these venues were awarded a Giratina Original Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ギラティナ オリジナルラバープレイマット), which features an illustration of the Renegade Pokémon in the Distortion World. The first of these events began simultaneously with the release of the Super-Burst Impact expansion on September 7, 2018. The playmat was available again as a random prize to winners of tournaments held between April 29 and May 6, 2019 as part of Golden Week celebrations at participating venues.

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2018 Championship Point merchandise

The domestic Japanese TCG structure underwent an overhaul during the 2017-2018 season, with Premier Events similar to those held outside Japan offering players more opportunities to earn Championship Points and ultimately, an invitation to prestigious competitions such as the World Championships. Championship Points could be earned by players for participating in and performing well in numerous events held throughout the season, which included all 2018 Champion's League meetings, the 2018 Champion's League 1st Certified Tournament, City Leagues, Trainer's Leagues, Station Leagues, and the 2018 Japan Championships. As an added incentive, players who accumulated a certain number of points over the course of the season could earn exclusive prizes. At 60 points, players would earn a set of 2 coins featuring Lucario and Manaphy. At 120 points, players would earn a Player's Ceremony promotional Stadium card. At 240 points, players would receive a set of 64 card sleeves featuring a Pokémon ensemble in addition to the lower point bracket prizes. Fittingly, many of the Pokémon featured on the sleeves were cards used in popular decks during the season. Players accumulating 400 Championship Points would automatically qualify for entry into the 2018 World Championships. Points could be earned up to August 31, 2018 and would reset thereafter for the beginning of the 2018-2019 season.

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Champion's League 2019 merchandise

The first Champion's League meeting of the 2018-2019 season was held in Tokyo at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center on September 16, 2018. This meeting had an accompanying theme, as did those held later in the season. The theme for the Tokyo meeting was Lugia is Coming! (Japanese: ~ルギアがやってくる!~), which featured a large Lugia balloon complete with trading card-style border and smoke emitters as the venue's centerpiece, mimicking the Lugia-GX card available in the then recently released Super-Burst Impact expansion. All competitors were given a Poipole promotional card featuring the 2019 Championship Series logo upon entry. Competitors could also earn Play Points by participating in various corner events at the meeting and redeem them for prizes. These events included Festival Park, the GX Starter Deck Limited Battle, the 4-League Battle, and the 3 on 3 Battle. Competitors could redeem 4 Play Points for a promotional Marshadow card, previously available as a redemption prize in Champion's League 2018 meetings. Upon reaching 6 Play Points, competitors could redeem 1 of 9 prior Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random. At 8 Play Points, competitors could redeem 1 of 5 promotional cards of their choice. Espeon-GX, Umbreon-GX, and Necrozma-GX were all available as redemption prizes in the previous season, while Leafeon-GX and Glaceon-GX were new for the 2018-2019 season.

The next Champion's League meeting of the season was held in Niigata at Toki Messe on December 2, 2018 and had the theme Let's Go See Pikachu and Eevee! (Japanese: ~ピカチュウ・イーブイに会いに行こう!~), which had costumed Pikachu and Eevee present at the venue. The same Poipole promotional card was given to participants of the main tournament and the same Play Point rewards were available as those at the Tokyo meeting. Eligible corner events at the Niigata meeting included the 4-League Battle and the 3 on 3 Battle.

The final Champion's League meeting of the season was held in Kyoto at the Kyoto Pulse Plaza on April 14, 2019 and had the theme Detective Pikachu Appears! (Japanese: ~名探偵ピカチュウあらわる!~). The centerpiece of this venue included a photo spot of Ryme City building facades complete with an interactive Detective Pikachu. All participants of the main tournament at this meeting were given a Meltan promotional card. The rules regarding Play Point redemption changed starting with the Kyoto event. Previously, competitors could accumulate Play Points and redeem them for multiple copies of one point bracket prize (for example, 8 Play Points could be exchanged for one 8-Point prize or two 4-Point prizes). This was changed so that each subsequent point bracket included prizes from the preceding bracket. At the Kyoto event, competitors could redeem 2 Play Points for a set of stickers featuring focal Tag Teams from the Tag Bolt, Double Blaze, and GG End sets. 4 Play Points awarded the stickers and a promotional Jirachi card. 10 Play Points would earn competitors 1 of 9 prior Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random, the Jirachi card, and the stickers. At 14 Play Points, competitors could earn 1 of 6 promotional Pokémon-GX cards of their choice, a random Mirror Holofoil Energy card, a Jirachi card, and the set of stickers. Sylveon-GX was added to the selection of cards available in previous top point bracket prizes. Eligible events included the main Champion's League tournament in addition to the 4-League Battle and the Elementary School and Below Limited Battle corner events. Participants of the corner events were also entered into a lottery to win 1 of 50 copies of a Damage Counter Purse (Japanese: がま口ダメカンケース Gamaguchi: Damage Counter Case), a metal snap frame purse with stitched Energy symbols. Pokémon Card Club stickers (Japanese: 「ポケカ部」ステッカー) were also given out by attendants.

At all meetings, Junior competitors in the main Champion's League 2019 tournament who reached the Second Stage of the qualifying round, as well as Senior and Master competitors who placed in the top 64 following the qualification round, earned a promotional print of Escape Board. A set of exclusive card sleeves (Japanese: オリジナルデッキシールド Original Deck Shield) were also awarded to Junior competitors who went beyond the qualifying round (Climax Stage), as well as Senior and Master competitors who placed in the top 32 following the qualification round. Victory Decoration trophy cards were also awarded to the top 4 players in each league category at each venue.

Sets of 64 exclusive Strong Battle Veterans Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 歴戦の強者達 Deck Shield: Strong Battle Veterans) were also available to purchase at all venues for ¥720 plus tax. These sleeves feature the 2019 Championship Series logo, N, Skyla, and a number of Pokémon, including Shaymin, Yveltal, and Mega Rayquaza.

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SM8a accessories

October 5, 2018 saw the release of the Dark Order subset in Japan along with a handful of useful accessories.

Card box: The Great Gathering! Card Box (Japanese: カードボックス「大集合!」(エネルギーカード付き) Card Box: "Great Gathering!" (including Energy Card)) features stock 5ban Graphics artwork of Rayquaza, Ultra Necrozma, Mimikyu, Pikachu, Zeraora, and Poipole. The box has enough storage space for 500 loose cards or 250 cards in sleeves and comes with 3 dividers featuring the same Pokémon on the box art. The box also come with a set of basic Energy cards—6 copies of each type—for a total of 54.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online.

The Hoopa Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド フーパ Deck Shield: Hoopa) feature the Djinn Pokémon Hoopa with all but its grinning face enveloped in shadow and its arms ready to strike.
The Nanu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド クチナシ Deck Shield: Kuchinashi) feature Island Kahuna Nanu performing a Dark-type Z-Move pose together with his Sableye and Alolan Persian.

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SM8b accessories

In conjunction with the official release of the GX Ultra Shiny subset on November 2, 2018, a couple of new products were available to purchase.

Sleeves: Pokémon Centers across Japan began to sell sets of 64 Battle Chatelaine Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド バトルシャトレーヌ Deck Shield: Battle Chatelaine). These sleeves feature Battle Chatelaines Nita, Dana, Evelyn, and Morgan together with a Pokémon from each of their initial teams.

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Playmat case: Participating Pokémon Card Gym venues sold an exclusive Pokémon Card Gym Limited Playmat Case (Japanese: ポケモンカードジム限定プレイマットケース), which was given away with the purchase of at least 2 GX Ultra Shiny booster boxes in 1 transaction. The case is a toggle bag featuring various Poké Ball designs that can securely hold a rolled-up playmat.

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Pokémon Center Yokohama Special Box

A number of items with a nautical theme were made available for the Riding on the Sea Breeze campaign, which ran from November 9 to December 2, 2018 in celebration of the reopening of Pokémon Center Yokohama. Two promotional cards featuring the campaign mascots were available as purchase gifts and a further two were included in the Pokémon Center Yokohama Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX ポケモンセンターヨコハマ), which could be purchased from Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and the Pokémon Center Online from the start of the campaign. In addition to the cards, the box also contains a deck case with space to store up to 180 cards, a set of 64 card sleeves, and 2 GX Ultra Shiny booster packs. The box itself features an ensemble illustration by Kouki Saitou.

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Pokémon Pika & Vee Deck Case & Sleeves

Available from Pokémon Centers in tandem with the worldwide release of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! on November 16, 2018 were the Pokémon Pika & Vee Deck Case & Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース&シールド ポケモン ピカ・ブイ Deck Case & Shield: Pokémon Pika•Vui). The deck case features the same Pikachu and Eevee artwork that adorns the boxes of the paired games and has capacity to store 180 cards. The box comes packaged with 2 card dividers and a pack of 64 sleeves that feature a forest scene from the official game art with the player characters and their starter Pokémon.

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November 2018 accessories

From November 22, 2018, Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online made numerous products that had previously sold out available to purchase again, albeit with "version 2" appended to their names.

Long card boxes: Each card box has capacity to store up to 400 cards in sleeves, or 750 unsleeved cards. Other than their outer packaging, these card boxes are no different to those available in the BW Era.

Cynthia Version 2 Long Card Box (Japanese: ロングカードボックス シロナ ver.2 Long Card Box: Shirona ver. 2)
Red & Blue Version 2 Long Card Box (Japanese: ロングカードボックス レッド&グリーン ver.2 Long Card Box: Red & Green ver. 2)

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves. The only difference between these sleeves and their original release is the border color.

The Transform! Ditto Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド へんしん!メタモン ver.2 Deck Shield: Transform! Metamon ver. 2) feature a blue border instead of the original pink.
The Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ウルトラサン・ウルトラムーン ver.2 Deck Shield: Ultra Sun•Ultra Moon ver. 2) feature a grey-blue border instead of the original black.
The Lively Lillie Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド がんばリーリエ ver.2 Deck Shield: Lively Lilie ver. 2) feature a pale yellow border instead of the original white.
The Pikachu Face Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウ フェイス ver.2 Deck Shield: Pikachu Face ver. 2) feature an orange border instead of the original white.
The Rayquaza Sumi-e Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド レックウザ 墨絵ver. ver.2 Deck Shield: Rayquaza Sumi-e ver. ver. 2) feature a green border instead of the original grey.
The Latias & Latios Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ラティアス&ラティオス ver.2 Deck Shield: Latias•Latios ver. 2) feature a blue border instead of the original white.
The Mewtwo Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミュウツー ver.2 Deck Shield: Mewtwo ver. 2) feature a black border instead of the original purple.

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Flareon-GX Starter Set Fire

Main article: Eevee-GX Starter Sets (TCG)

In a similar vein to the Sun & Moon Starter Sets released at the start of the Sun & Moon Era, 3 more Starter Sets were made available from November 23, 2018 shortly after the worldwide release of Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee!. Each pre-constructed deck focuses on the Evolution Pokémon Eevee and one of its Generation I evolutions. The first of these was the Flareon-GX Starter Set Fire (Japanese: スターターセット 炎のブースターGX Starter Set: Fire BoosterGX), which features the Flame Pokémon Flareon and Eevee as Pokémon-GX plus a handful of cards that support Fire-type Pokémon, such as Kiawe and Fiery Flint. The deck comes with 44 damage counters, 2 status markers, 1 GX marker, a rulebook, a player's guide, a coin, and a playmat.

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Vaporeon-GX Starter Set Water

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The second of three Starter Sets available from November 23, 2018 was the Vaporeon-GX Starter Set Water (Japanese: スターターセット 水のシャワーズGX Starter Set: Water ShowersGX). Featured cards include the Bubble Jet Pokémon Vaporeon and its pre-evolution as Pokémon-GX in addition to Trainer cards Switch Raft and Aqua Patch, both of which benefit Water-type Pokémon. Each deck comes with a rulebook, a player's guide, a coin, a playmat, and a set of damage counters, status markers, and a GX marker.

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Jolteon-GX Starter Set Lightning

Main article: Eevee-GX Starter Sets (TCG)

The final Starter Set released on November 23, 2018 was the Jolteon-GX Starter Set Lightning (Japanese: スターターセット 雷のサンダースGX Starter Set: Lightning ThundersGX). This deck includes a number of cards that support Lightning-type archetypes such as Volkner and Electropower along with focal Pokémon-GX cards Jolteon and Eevee. The deck also includes a set of damage counters and status markers, a GX marker, a rulebook, a player's guide, a coin, and a playmat.

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Jolteon-GX Deluxe Starter Set Lightning

An enhanced version of the Jolteon-GX Starter Set was also available from the same day. The Jolteon-GX Deluxe Starter Set Lightning (Japanese: スターターセット 雷のサンダースGX デラックスセット Starter Set: Lightning ThundersGX: Deluxe Set) includes 1 regular Jolteon-GX Starter Set Lightning, 1 Forbidden Light booster pack, 1 Champion Road booster pack, 1 Sky-Splitting Charisma booster pack, 1 Thunderclap Spark booster pack, 3 Super-Burst Impact booster packs, and an original deck case featuring Jolteon and Eevee. The set also comes with 2 exclusive Holofoil Flareon and Vaporeon promotional cards.

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Toys "R" Us Limited Eevee-GX Battle Triple Starter Set

Toys "R" Us stores also began selling an exclusive product from November 23, 2018. The Toys "R" Us Limited Eevee-GX Battle Triple Starter Set (Japanese: トイザらス限定 イーブイGX対戦 トリプルスターターセット Toys "R" Us Limited EievuiGX Battle Triple Starter Set) contains all 3 Eevee-GX Starter Sets and a set of 4 exclsuive Holofoil promotional cards.

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