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The Japanese Sword & Shield Era of the Pokémon Trading Card Game began shortly after the worldwide release of the Generation VIII titles Pokémon Sword and Shield in November 2019. In addition to the expansions, subsets, and self-contained products distributing new cards throughout the Era, the collection also includes many other TCG paraphernalia released as part of campaigns and events. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese Sword & Shield Era of the Trading Card Game.

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Pokémon Center Shibuya Opening accessories

A wide array of merchandise across three distinct themes became available to purchase from November 22, 2019 exclusively at Pokémon Center Shibuya in commemoration of its opening. Clothing, bags, and plushes were among several items to feature graffiti art by Japanese artist Number-D in reference to Shibuya's street culture. A promotional Pikachu card offered as a gift with purchase at all Pokémon Centers from this date also features graffiti art. Shirts, bags, cushions, and other decorative items were released as a collaboration between Pokémon Center Shibuya and the first official Nintendo store, which opened in Tokyo on the same day. Items available from Pokémon Center Shibuya feature Mario-themed sprites containing overworld images from early Pokémon games, while those available from the Nintendo store featured Pokémon sprites containing level images from early Mario titles. Phone cases and charms were among items released as part of the Crystal Stone series, which are decorated with Swarovski crystals. Two types of TCG accessory were also available, each coming in two designs. The Pikachu-themed items feature a silhouette of the Mouse Pokémon highlighted with black crystals, while the Poké Ball-themed items feature a raised Poké Ball mosaic consisting of red and white crystals. All four accessories are made of genuine leather, are lined with a fabric interior, and feature a golden Pikachu head charm. Each cost ¥12,000 plus tax.

Deck cases: Each deck case can hold a full 60-card deck in sleeves and is secured shut with a magnet.

Pikachu Crystal Stone Genuine Leather Deck Case (Japanese: 本革デッキケース CRYSTAL STONE ピカチュウ)
Poké Ball Crystal Stone Genuine Leather Deck Case (Japanese: 本革デッキケース CRYSTAL STONE モンスターボール Genuine Leather Deck Case: Crystal Stone: Monster Ball)

Damage counter cases: Each case can be used to store damage counters and other small TCG accessories such as markers, coins, and dice.

Pikachu Crystal Stone Genuine Leather Damage Counter Case (Japanese: 本革ダメカンケース CRYSTAL STONE ピカチュウ)
Poké Ball Crystal Stone Genuine Leather Damage Counter Case (Japanese: 本革ダメカンケース CRYSTAL STONE モンスターボール Genuine Leather Damage Counter Case: Crystal Stone: Monster Ball)

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V Starter Sets

Main article: V Starter Sets (TCG)

The first products to contain new cards in the Sword & Shield Era were released on November 29, 2019 and comprised five 60-card decks, each focusing on a particular type. These included:

V Starter Set Grass (Japanese: スターターセットV 草)
V Starter Set Fire (Japanese: スターターセットV 炎)
V Starter Set Water (Japanese: スターターセットV 水)
V Starter Set Lightning (Japanese: スターターセットV 雷)
V Starter Set Fighting (Japanese: スターターセットV 闘)

Each deck includes a selection of Pokémon relative to the focal type, among which include several Generation VIII debutants and one Pokémon from a previous Generation supporting the new Pokémon V mechanic. The decks also include a number of Trainer cards featuring items and supporting characters from Pokémon Sword and Shield and a quantity of type-specific basic Energy cards. Each set is packaged with a sheet of damage counters and Special Condition markers, a coin, a playmat, and a play guide.

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Toys "R" Us Limited Triple V Starter Set

A deluxe version of the V Starter Sets was available from the same day at participating Toys "R" Us stores. The Toys "R" Us Limited Triple V Starter Set (Japanese: トイザらス限定 トリプルスターターセットV) contains a copy of the Grass, Fire, and Water V Starter Sets, as well as an exclusive deck box featuring the Generation VIII starters Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.

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V Starter Set Fire 7-Eleven Limited Special Set

An enhanced version of the V Starter Set Fire was also available to purchase at participating 7-Eleven stores from November 29, 2019. The V Starter Set Fire 7-Eleven Limited Special Set (Japanese: セブン-イレブン限定スペシャルセット スターターセットV炎) includes a regular copy of the V Starter Set Fire and a set of 64 limited design sleeves featuring Pikachu and Scorbunny, all packaged in a limited design card box that can also be used to store cards.

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V5 Starter Set Complete Battle Box

The V5 Starter Set Complete Battle Box (Japanese: スターターセットV5 コンプリートバトルボックス) was another deluxe version of the V Starter Sets available from the same day. This product contains all five V Starter Sets presented in a pentagonal explosion box. Each deck is held in pockets that line the interior sides of the box. A central column contains the coins from each deck as well as a randomizer function that can be used to select a deck. By placing the included spherical Poké Ball charm in the funnel at the top of the column, it will fall into one of the small pockets lining the base. Each box also comes with 2 sheets containing damage counters and status markers, as well as an exclusive 2-player playmat.

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SA accessories

Numerous TCG accessories became available to purchase alongside the V Starter Sets on November 29, 2019:

Carrying case: The Grookey, Scorbunny & Sobble Half Carrying Case (Japanese: ハーフキャリングケース サルノリ・ヒバニー・メッソン Half Carrying Case: Sarunori•Hibanny•Messon) is a small lime green plastic case complete with clasps that can store up to 700 cards (or up to 470 cards in sleeves), as well as other accessories such as deck cases. The case features red and blue outlines of Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble and was exclusive to Pokémon Centers.

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Deck case: The Grookey, Scorbunny & Sobble Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド サルノリ・ヒバニー・メッソン Deck Case: Sarunori•Hibanny•Messon) feature the Galar Starter Pokémon accompanied by the current TCG type symbols.

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Sleeves: Packs of 64 Grookey, Scorbunny & Sobble Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド サルノリ・ヒバニー・メッソン Deck Shield: Sarunori•Hibanny•Messon) feature the same artwork as the deck case of the Chimp, Rabbit, and Water Lizard Pokémon.

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Miscellaneous items:

The Zacian & Zamazenta Damage Counter Case (Japanese: ダメカンケース ザシアン・ザマゼンタ) is a small black plastic case featuring outlines of Pokémon Sword and Shield mascots Zacian and Zamazenta that can be used to store smaller TCG accessories, such as damage counters, coins, dice, or various markers.
Packs of Pikachu Coin Dice (Japanese: コインサイコロ ピカチュウ) include two Pokémon-themed die that can be used as alternatives to coins in matches. The Pikachu and Poké Ball dice are similar to those available during the BW Era.
Premium Acrylic Damage Counters Version 1 (Japanese: アクリルダメカン ver1), the same as those included in Premium Trainer Boxes, could be purchased separately from this date. Each pack includes 34 damage counters comprising three different damage values: twenty of the orange 10-damage counters, eight of the red 50-damage counters, and six of the yellow 100-damage counters.

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Pokénchi Presents Pokémon Card Elementary School Tournament "Ze!!" merchandise

The first competition to be held during the Sword & Shield Era was the Pokémon Card Elementary School Tournament "Ze!!", promoted by the variety show Meet Up at the Pokémon House?, colloquially known as Pokénchi. Host Abareru-kun was the face of the tournament, which was held at six ÆON Malls across Japan between December 1 and 15, 2019. The tournaments were Limited format using the recently released V Starter Sets and were restricted to children in Elementary School or below. Participants in any of the regional tournaments received an Original Can Badge (Japanese: オリジナル缶バッチ) featuring Abareru-kun and the primary type symbols of the five V Starter Sets. The qualifying rounds consisted of winner stays on, with the first 16 players to reach 3 consecutive wins, or 3 wins in total, advancing to the single-elimination finals. Players advancing to the regional finals received an Original Sticker (Japanese: オリジナルステッカー) featuring the hand-drawn tournament logo. The overall winners of each regional tournament won an Original T-shirt (Japanese: オリジナルTシャツ) bearing the "Ze!!" logo and location of the event, as well as the right to participate in the tournament final. The final was held at the Pokémon Card Station at Pokémon Center Tokyo Bay on January 12, 2020 and was a single-elimination tournament using the V Starter Sets. The overall winner earned a place at the 2020 World Championships.

Each regional tournament also held two side events after the main tournament. The V Starter Set Battle was much the same as the main tournament; competitors achieving 3 wins were awarded the same sticker. Participants of the Teaching side event were awarded the same can badge. Visitors could also purchase items at pop-up stores present at each venue. Those spending at least ¥1,500 on eligible TCG products were given their choice of event-exclusive Pre-assembled Deck Cases (Japanese: 組立式デッキケース), featuring either Zacian and Zamazenta or Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.

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Sword & Shield Premium Trainer Box

Main article: Sword & Shield Premium Trainer Box (TCG)

The Sword & Shield Premium Trainer Box (Japanese: プレミアムトレーナーボックス ソード&シールド) was released alongside the dual Sword and Shield expansions on December 6, 2019. Similarly to the initial Premium Trainer Box, the box contains a selection of useful Trainer cards from both the current and previous Era, plus higher quality versions of damage counters and status markers. Each box also comes with a damage counter case, a coin, 10 Sword booster packs, and 10 Shield booster packs.

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S1 accessories

The release of the Sword and Shield expansions on December 6, 2019 also saw many other TCG accessories become available to purchase.

Carrying case: The Zacian & Zamazenta Carrying Case (Japanese: キャリングケース ザシアン・ザマゼンタ) is a black plastic case with fixed partitions that can be used to store deck cases, TCG necessities, or around 1,300 loose cards. Each case features the Generation VIII Legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta and comes complete with clasps and carrying handle.

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Card boxes:

The Grookey, Scorbunny & Sobble Card Box (Japanese: カードボックス サルノリ・ヒバニー・メッソン(カード付き) Card Box: Sarunori•Hibanny•Messon (including card)) comes packaged with a set of 54 new basic Energy cards (6 copies of 9 types) with the updated Sword & Shield Era layout, 6 S-P Promotional cards (2 copies of Potion, Full Heal, and Poké Ball), and 3 card dividers. Each box can store 250 cards in sleeves, or 500 loose cards. The box exterior and sleeve feature Energy symbols and colored circles with Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.
The Pokémon Center-exclsuive Zacian & Zamazenta Long Card Box (Japanese: ロングカードボックス ザシアン・ザマゼンタ) has capacity to store up to 400 cards in sleeves, or 750 unsleeved cards. It features 5ban Graphics artwork of Zacian and Zamazenta.
Customers purchasing at least 1 booster box of Sword or Shield at participating stores were given an Original Card Box (Japanese: オリジナルカードボックス) featuring the Galar starters and Legendary Warrior Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta.

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Deck case: The Zacian & Zamazenta Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ザシアン・ザマゼンタ) comes with two card dividers and has space to store at least 90 cards in sleeves, or 180 loose cards when assembled. The case features Zacian and Zamazenta in its Crowned Sword and Crowned Shield forms, respectively.

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Playmats:

The Zacian & Zamazenta Full-size Fabric Playmat (Japanese: フルサイズ布製プレイマット ザシアン・ザマゼンタ) contains a complete 2-player play area and is made of polyester. It utilizes the same 5ban Graphics artwork of Zacian and Zamazenta as similar S1 merchandise and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
Customers that purchased at least 5 booster packs in any combination of Sword and Shield at participating Lawson stores were given a Lawson Limited Playmat (Japanese: ローソン限定プレイマット) while supplies lasted. This 2-player paper playmat features a smooth wood effect and outlines of the Ken Sugimori stock images of Pikachu, Grookey, Scorbunny, and Sobble.
Participating FamilyMart stores held a similar gift with purchase campaign from the same date. Customers were given a FamilyMart Limited Playmat (Japanese: ファミリーマート限定プレイマット) with the purchase of 5 Sword or Shield booster packs in any combination for as long as stocks lasted. This 2-player paper playmat features cutouts of the same Pokémon annotated with elemental symbols and their anglicized names.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Zacian & Zamazenta Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ザシアン・ザマゼンタ Deck Shield: Zacian•Zamazenta) recycle the artwork of Zacian and Zamazenta as featured on other products available at this time.
The Grass-type Fighters Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド タイプファイターズ 草 Deck Shield: Type Fighters: Grass) feature all the Grass-type starter Pokémon as of Pokémon Sword and Shield with Grookey at the forefront. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Fire-type Fighters Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド タイプファイターズ 炎 Deck Shield: Type Fighters: Fire) feature the Fire-type starter Pokémon from Generation I through to Generation VIII leaping forth. Scorbunny is at the center of the illustration. These sleeves were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.
The Water-type Fighters Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド タイプファイターズ 水 Deck Shield: Type Fighters: Water) feature Sobble and the seven Water-type starter Pokémon that preceded it. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

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File: A 4-ring Zacian & Zamazenta Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル ザシアン・ザマゼンタ) featuring Zacian on the front and Zamazenta on the reverse was among the merchandise available. The file includes ten 9-pocket sheets for card display and can accommodate up to 20 sheets, allowing 360 cards to be displayed. Additional packs of ten sheets were sold separately, which also came with dividers featuring the same Zacian and Zamazenta images.

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Pouch: Participating Pokémon Card Gym venues began to sell an exclusive Deck Case Pouch (Japanese: デッキケースポーチ), a small shoulder bag with two compartments that can securely hold a standard deck case. Each compartment cover can be secured shut with hook-and-loop fasteners. The bag itself features outlines of the Generation VIII starters.

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Zacian Original Rubber Playmat

Pokémon Centers, participating Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations across Japan held Pokémon Card Day events on set Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays throughout December 2019, January 2020, and February 2020, starting with December 6, 2019—the official release day of the Sword and Shield expansions. Winners of the tournaments held during this period were awarded a single-player Zacian Original Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ザシアン オリジナルラバープレイマット). The February events added another playmat featuring Zamazenta to the prize pool; winners were randomly given a Zacian or Zamazenta playmat.

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Pokémon Card Challenge merchandise

Select Pokémon Centers and a temporary Pokémon Card Special Shop present at EDION AKIBA sold commemorative items for the Pokémon Card Challenge, Limited format events that used the V Starter Sets held in and around Tokyo on the weekend of December 14 and 15, 2019. The majority of these items have five varieties, representing the five primary types used in the V Starter Sets, and include:

Caps:

Grass Energy Knit Cap (Japanese: ニットキャップ 草エネルギー)
Fire Energy Knit Cap (Japanese: ニットキャップ 炎エネルギー)
Water Energy Knit Cap (Japanese: ニットキャップ 水エネルギー)
Lightning Energy Knit Cap (Japanese: ニットキャップ 雷エネルギー)
Fighting Energy Knit Cap (Japanese: ニットキャップ 闘エネルギー)

Towels:

Grass Energy Muffler Towel (Japanese: マフラータオル 草エネルギー)
Fire Energy Muffler Towel (Japanese: マフラータオル 炎エネルギー)
Water Energy Muffler Towel (Japanese: マフラータオル 水エネルギー)
Lightning Energy Muffler Towel (Japanese: マフラータオル 雷エネルギー)
Fighting Energy Muffler Towel (Japanese: マフラータオル 闘エネルギー)

Badges:

Grass Energy Can Badge Set (Japanese: 缶バッジセット 草エネルギー)
Fire Energy Can Badge Set (Japanese: 缶バッジセット 炎エネルギー)
Water Energy Can Badge Set (Japanese: 缶バッジセット 水エネルギー)
Lightning Energy Can Badge Set (Japanese: 缶バッジセット 雷エネルギー)
Fighting Energy Can Badge Set (Japanese: 缶バッジセット 闘エネルギー)

Rubber bands:

Grass Energy Rubber Band (Japanese: ラバーバンド 草エネルギー)
Fire Energy Rubber Band (Japanese: ラバーバンド 炎エネルギー)
Water Energy Rubber Band (Japanese: ラバーバンド 水エネルギー)
Lightning Energy Rubber Band (Japanese: ラバーバンド 雷エネルギー)
Fighting Energy Rubber Band (Japanese: ラバーバンド 闘エネルギー)

Bag: The only standalone item was a Pokémon Card Game Drawstring Bag (Japanese: ドローストリングバッグ ポケモンカードゲーム), which features a pattern consisting of the five type symbols.

The event itself comprised two "missions", the first of which was a Limited format match that could be played at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues and Pokémon Centers. All competitors were given an envelope containing a Meowth V promotional card and a clue to the location of the Pokémon Card Stadium, the second mission. Those who found the location, the Sunshine City Convention Center, could participate in another Limited format match and receive a Meowth VMAX promotional card.

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December 2019 accessories

Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and the Pokémon Center Online began to sell numerous TCG accessories bearing designs from past merchandise campaigns starting December 19, 2019. The Neon Color items feature colorful outlines of Pokémon such as Pikachu, Charizard, Eevee, Gengar, Mew, Lucario, Greninja, Rowlet, and Zeraora and were previously used on caps, shirts, and wallets as part of a Pokémon Center promotion in June 2018. The Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle items come in two main varieties: Forest and Castle, each of which are vibrant pieces featuring numerous Pokémon as illustrated by Kayo Horaguchi. These illustrations were used on many items available in a Pokémon Center campaign that launched in September 2019. All TCG items were initially released exclusively at Pokémon Center Singapore on November 29, 2019.

Deck cases: Each deck case includes 2 dividers featuring variations of the artwork from the cases and each can store up to 180 cards.

Neon Color Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース NeonColor)
Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Forest Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Berry's forest,Ghost's castle 森)
Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Castle Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース Berry's forest,Ghost's castle 城)

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Playmats:

Neon Color Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット NeonColor)
Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Forest Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット Berry's forest,Ghost's castle 森)
Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Castle Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット Berry's forest,Ghost's castle 城)

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

Neon Color Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド NeonColor Deck Shield: Neon Color)
Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Forest Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Berry's forest,Ghost's castle 森 Deck Shield: Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Forest)
Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Castle Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド Berry's forest,Ghost's castle 城 Deck Shield: Berry's Forest, Ghost's Castle: Castle)

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Champion's League 2020 merchandise

The second Champion's League meeting of the 2019-2020 season, and the first major event of the Sword & Shield Era open to all ages, was held on December 21, 2019 at the Aichi International Exhibition Center, nicknamed the Aichi Sky Expo, Tokoname. All competitors were given their choice of Eevee or Morpeko promotional card featuring the 2020 Championship Series logo upon entry. Competitors could also earn Play Points by participating in the various events at the meeting and redeem them for prizes. These events included the main Champion's League tournament, the 4-League Battle, the 3 on 3 Battle, and the V Deck Battle. Competitors could, however, only redeem Play Points once during the meeting, a new rule brought into effect for the 2019-2020 season. 2 Play Points could be redeemed for a set of stickers featuring focal Tag Teams from recent sets. At 6 Play Points, competitors could redeem the stickers and their choice of 1 of 4 promotional cards: Jirachi, Volcanion, Mewtwo, or Meowth V. At 10 Play Points, competitors could select to redeem 1 of 9 prior Mirror Holofoil promotional prints of the Basic Energy cards at random or opt for a Meowth VMAX promotional card, as well as their choice of previous bracket promotional card, and the stickers. At 14 Play Points, competitors could earn their choice of previous bracket promotional cards, the set of stickers, and their choice of 1 of 7 possible promotional cards: Espeon-GX, Umbreon-GX, Necrozma-GX, Leafeon-GX, Glaceon-GX, Sylveon-GX, or Pincurchin V. All bar Pincurchin V were previously available in Champion's League meetings held during the 2018-2019 season. The top bracket of 20 Play Points would earn players their choice of promotional 14 Play Point-bracket card, a random Mirror Holofoil Energy card or Meowth VMAX card, the set of stickers, and 1 each of the Jirachi, Volcanion, Mewtwo, and Meowth V promotional cards.

A pop-up store, referred to as the Sales Corner, was also present at the venue, offering the latest TCG products and other official Pokémon merchandise. Packs of 64 event-exclusive Damage Design Premium Matte Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム・マット 「damage design」 Deck Shield Premium•Matte: "Damage Design") could be purchased here, as could a red chic leather-style Golden Magikarp Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース 「金のコイキング」 Flip Deck Case: "Golden Koiking") complete with a golden-colored relief of Magikarp, which was limited to the Aichi meeting. The sleeves could be purchased for ¥890 and were limited to 2 per person; the deck case could be purchased for ¥3,000 and was limited to 1 per person. People participating in any event were automatically entered into a lottery to win 1 of 50 copies of the deck case. If the number present on a participant's Play Point stamp card was drawn, they could redeem a free copy of the deck case at the Gift Exchange Corner.

Junior League competitors in the main Champion's League 2020 tournament who reached the Second Stage of the qualifying round, as well as Senior, Master, and Open League competitors who placed in the top 64 following the qualification round, earned a promotional print of Pal Pad. 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 League competitors who went beyond the qualifying round (Climax Stage), as well as Senior, Master, and Open League competitors who placed in the top 32 following the qualification round. New Victory Proof trophy cards were awarded to the top 4 players in each league category at each venue.

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Zacian + Zamazenta Box

Main article: Zacian + Zamazenta Box (TCG)

The Zacian + Zamazenta Box (Japanese: ザシアン+ザマゼンタBOX) is a small tinned product that was available from December 27, 2019. If focuses purely on Metal-type Pokémon, the highlight of which are the first non-Pokémon V versions of Warrior Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta. The tin also includes 3 Sword booster packs and 3 Shield booster packs.

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Sword & Shield Pokémon Center Limited Special Set

The premium Pokémon Center limited sets proved to be popular following their debut midway through the Sun & Moon Era, offering items with exclusively commissioned artwork and large amounts of cards. The Sword & Shield Pokémon Center Limited Special Set (Japanese: ソード&シールド ポケモンセンター限定セットスペシャル) was set to continue the trend into the Sword & Shield Era and was scheduled to become available to purchase at Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online from January 1, 2020. Each set was to include 1 Sword booster box, 1 Shield booster box, and 4 additional accessories:

A Large Capacity Card Box (Japanese: 大容量カードボックス) that can hold up to 1,400 cards. It features 5ban Graphics illustrations of Zacian and Zamazenta as used on many other products.
The matching HOPPE DAISHŪGO Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース「HOPPE DAISHŪGO」), HOPPE DAISHŪGO Half Playmat (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット「HOPPE DAISHŪGO」), and set of 64 HOPPE DAISHŪGO Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド「HOPPE DAISHŪGO」 Deck Shield: "HOPPE DAISHŪGO") all feature the evolutionary family of Pikachu and subsequent Pokémon inspired by its design as of Generation VIII. HOPPE DAISHŪGO can be translated as Cheek Great Gathering, referencing the common trait these Pokémon have. The deck case can store 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers.

The release of the product was later cancelled upon the discovery of a quality issue. An apology was uploaded to the official Pokémon Card Game website on December 29, 2019.

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Zamazenta Original Rubber Playmat

Special Pokémon Card Day events were held between January 1 and 5, 2020 in celebration of the New Year at Pokémon Centers, participating Pokémon Card Gym venues, and Pokémon Card Stations across Japan. Winners of the tournaments held during this period were awarded a single-player Zamazenta Original Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ザマゼンタ オリジナルラバープレイマット). It was later added to the prize pool at regular Pokémon Card Day events held during February 2020 ; winners were randomly given a Zacian or Zamazenta playmat.

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Sumi-e Series 2 accessories

A second wave of merchandise featuring ink wash illustrations by sumi-e artist OKAZU became available to purchase from Pokémon Centers from January 1, 2020. Like the first wave of products released during the Sun & Moon Era, each item depicts one or a number of Pokémon in dynamic poses illustrated with a limited color palette. These items include:

Deck cases: Each deck case comes with two card dividers and have capacity for up to 180 cards.

Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza Sceptile Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ&レックウザ)
Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune & Raikou Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース 墨絵列伝 エンテイ&スイクン&ライコウ)

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Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune
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Playmats:

Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ&レックウザ)
Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune & Raikou Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 墨絵列伝 エンテイ&スイクン&ライコウ)

Playmat images:

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

Sumi-e Series: Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Pikachu)
Sumi-e Series: Rayquaza Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 レックウザ Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Rayquaza)
Sumi-e Series: Entei Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 エンテイ Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Entei)
Sumi-e Series: Suicune Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 スイクン Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Suicune)
Sumi-e Series: Raikou Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 墨絵列伝 ライコウ Deck Shield: Sumi-e Series: Raikou)

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Sumi-e Series: Pikachu Sleeves
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Damage counter cases:

Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza Damage Counter Case (Japanese: ダメカンケース 墨絵列伝 ピカチュウ&レックウザ)
Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune & Raikou Damage Counter Case (Japanese: ダメカンケース 墨絵列伝 エンテイ&スイクン&ライコウ)

Damage counter case images:

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Sumi-e Series: Pikachu & Rayquaza
Damage Counter Case
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Sumi-e Series: Entei & Suicune
& Raikou Damage Counter Case
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S1a accessories

The first subset of the Sword & Shield Era, VMAX Rising, was officially released on February 7, 2020. The release of this set also saw numerous TCG accessories become available to purchase at Pokémon Centers across the country as well as on the Pokémon Center Online.

Deck cases: Each deck case comes with two card dividers and have capacity for up to 180 cards.

The Gigantamax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース キョダイマックス 湖に響く旋律 Deck Case: Kyodaimax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake) features a 5ban Graphics illustration of Lapras in its Gigantamax form against a swirling rainbow background.
The Gigantamax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース キョダイマックス 不思議な森の正体 Deck Case: Kyodaimax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest) features Gigantamax Snorlax as illustrated by Creatures, Inc.'s in-house art team 5ban Graphics.

Deck case images:

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Gigantamax: Melodies that
Echo on the Lake Deck Case
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Gigantamax: True Form of the
Mysterious Forest Deck Case
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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card sleeves.

The Gigantamax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド キョダイマックス 湖に響く旋律 Deck Shield: Kyodaimax: Melodies that Echo on the Lake) feature Gigantamax Lapras, recently released as a Pokémon VMAX card in the Shield expansion.
Gigantamax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド キョダイマックス 不思議な森の正体 Deck Shield: Kyodaimax: True Form of the Mysterious Forest) feature Snorlax in its Gigantamax form, promoting its recent appearance as a Pokémon VMAX card in the Sword expansion.
The Rillaboom, Cinderace & Inteleon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ゴリランダー・エースバーン・インテレオン Deck Shield: Gorirandā•Ēsubān•Intereon) feature Dynamaxed versions of Rillaboom, Cinderace, and Inteleon, each of which appear as Pokémon VMAX in the VMAX Rising subset.
The Galarian Ponyta & Galarian Rapidash Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ガラルポニータ&ガラルギャロップ Deck Shield: Galarian Ponyta & Galarian Gallop) feature the Galarian regional forms of Unique Horn Pokémon Ponyta and Rapidash. Their manes and horns are emitting a sparkling glow.

Sleeve images:

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Gigantamax: Melodies that
Echo on the Lake Sleeves
Gigantamax True Form of the Mysterious Forest Sleeves.jpg
Gigantamax: True Form of the
Mysterious Forest Sleeves
Rillaboom Cinderace Inteleon Sleeves.jpg
Rillaboom, Cinderace &
Inteleon Sleeves
Galarian Ponyta Galarian Rapidash Sleeves.jpg
Galarian Ponyta & Galarian
Rapidash Sleeves
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Coin album: Participating Pokémon Card Gym venues distributed Coin Albums (Japanese: ポケモンコイン専用ケース Pokémon Coin Exclusive Case) to customers purchasing at least 2 VMAX Rising booster boxes in a single transaction. Each album comes with an exclusive gold-colored coin featuring the Generation VIII starter Pokémon, which can be displayed along with other coins in 1 of the 16 slots available. The album artwork features Rillaboom, Cinderace, and Inteleon in their Dynamax forms.

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Rebellion Crash Pokémon Center Limited Set

The Rebellion Crash Pokémon Center Limited Set (Japanese: 反逆クラッシュ ポケモンセンター限定セット) was available to purchase from Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and the Pokémon Center Online upon the general release of the second Sword & Shield Era expansion, Rebellion Crash, on March 6, 2020. It comes packaged with 2 Rebellion Crash booster boxes and 3 exclusive accessories:

A Large Capacity Card Box (Japanese: 大容量カードボックス) with space to store up to 1,400 cards. It features the Gigantamaxed form of Toxtricity.
The Secretary Oleana Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド 秘書オリーヴ Deck Case: Secretary Olive) and matching set of 64 Secretary Oleana Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 秘書オリーヴ Deck Shield: Secretary Olive) feature Macro Cosmos vice-president Oleana. The deck case can store 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers.

Product images:

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Rebellion Crash Pokémon Center Limited Set
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Secretary Oleana Deck Case
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Secretary Oleana Sleeves
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Rebellion Crash V Special Set

Also released in conjunction with the Rebellion Crash expansion on March 6, 2020 was the Rebellion Crash V Special Set (Japanese: Vスペシャルセット 反逆クラッシュ). This product contains 16 fixed cards, comprising 2 S-P Promotional cards and 14 basic Lightning Energy cards, in addition to 7 Rebellion Crash booster packs and a tin pencil case featuring Toxtricity in its Gigantamax form.

Promotional cards:

Product image:

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S2 accessories

A number of accessories were made available to promote the release of the Rebellion Crash expansion on March 6, 2020. Several themes were present across the items to be had, which comprised deck cases able to hold up to 180 cards, single-player playmats, packs of 64 card sleeves, and can cases used to store damage counters, dice, and coins.

Rebellion Crash merchandise: Two sets of products associated with Pokémon present in the Rebellion Crash expansion were among those released. These include the Punk Pokémon Toxtricity in its Gigantamax form and the Stealth Pokémon Dragapult in its Dynamax form. The Dragapult items were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.

Toxtricity Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ストリンダー Deck Case: Strinder)
Dynamax Dragapult Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ダイマックスドラパルト Deck Case: Daimax Dorapult)
Toxtricity Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ストリンダー Deck Shield: Strinder)
Dynamax Dragapult Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ダイマックスドラパルト Deck Shield: Daimax Dorapult)

Product images:

Toxtricity Deck Case.jpg
Toxtricity Deck Case
Dynamax Dragapult Deck Case.jpg
Dynamax Dragapult Deck Case
Toxtricity Sleeves.jpg
Toxtricity Sleeves
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Dynamax Dragapult Sleeves
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PikaPikachu merchandise: Each of these items feature the Mouse Pokémon Pikachu in various poses alongside one of the letters in its romanized name. The items come in black and yellow varieties and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

Black PikaPikachu Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット PIKAPIKACHU BK)
Yellow PikaPikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド PIKAPIKACHU YE Deck Shield: PIKAPIKACHU YE)
Black PikaPikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド PIKAPIKACHU BK Deck Shield: PIKAPIKACHU BK)
Yellow PikaPikachu Damage Counter Can Case (Japanese: ダメカン缶ケース PIKAPIKACHU YE)
Black PikaPikachu Damage Counter Can Case (Japanese: ダメカン缶ケース PIKAPIKACHU BK)

Product images:

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Black PikaPikachu Rubber Playmat
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Yellow PikaPikachu Sleeves
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Yellow PikaPikachu Damage
Counter Can Case
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Black PikaPikachu Damage
Counter Can Case
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Mewtwo Version 3 merchandise: These Pokémon Center-exclusive products feature Mewtwo and Mew and come in two distinct varieties. The regular items feature a glowing Mewtwo, remorseless amidst a scene of destruction, with a concerned Mew floating nearby. The Silhouette items feature the two Pokémon highlighted in purple.

Mewtwo Version 3 Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ミュウツー ver.3)
Mewtwo Version 3 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミュウツー ver.3 Deck Shield: Mewtwo Ver. 3)
Mewtwo Version 3 Silhouette Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミュウツー ver.3 シルエット Deck Shield: Mewtwo Ver. 3 Silhouette)
Mewtwo Version 3 Damage Counter Can Case (Japanese: ダメカン缶ケース ミュウツー ver.3)
Mewtwo Version 3 Silhouette Damage Counter Can Case (Japanese: ダメカン缶ケース ミュウツー ver.3 シルエット)

Product images:

Mewtwo Version 3 Rubber Playmat.jpg
Mewtwo Version 3 Rubber Playmat
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Mewtwo Version 3 Sleeves
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Mewtwo Version 3 Silhouette Sleeves
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Mewtwo Version 3 Damage
Counter Can Case
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Mewtwo Version 3 Silhouette
Damage Counter Can Case
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24-hour Pokémon Chū merchandise: Each of these products feature drawings of various Pokémon by popular sticker illustrator nagano and are based on products available in an October 2019 Pokémon Center merchandise campaign. These items were also limited to Pokémon Centers.

24-hour Pokémon Chū Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 24じかんポケモンCHŪ)
24-hour Pokémon Chū: Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 24じかんポケモンCHŪ ピカチュウ Deck Shield: 24-hour Pokémon CHŪ: Pikachu)
24-hour Pokémon Chū: Slowpoke Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 24じかんポケモンCHŪ ヤドン Deck Shield: 24-hour Pokémon CHŪ: Yadon)
24-hour Pokémon Chū: Larvitar Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 24じかんポケモンCHŪ ヨーギラス Deck Shield: 24-hour Pokémon CHŪ: Yogiras)

Product images:

24-hour Pokémon Chu Rubber Playmat.jpg
24-hour Pokémon Chū Rubber
Playmat
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24-hour Pokémon Chū:
Pikachu Sleeves
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24-hour Pokémon Chū:
Slowpoke Sleeves
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24-hour Pokémon Chū:
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Pikachu Face merchandise: These two items feature Pikachu's facial elements in a minimalist style. Both were Pokémon Center exclusives.

Pikachu Face Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ピカチュウフェイス)
Pikachu Face Damage Counter Can Case (Japanese: ダメカン缶ケース ピカチュウフェイス)

Product images:

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Pikachu Face Rubber Playmat
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Pikachu Face Damage
Counter Can Case
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Pokémon Trading Card Game merchandise
Japanese TCG merchandise
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Neo Era
VS Era
e-Card Era
ADV Era
PCG Era
DP Era
DPt Era
LEGEND Era
BW Era
XY Era
XY BREAK Era
Sun & Moon Era
Sword & Shield Era


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