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The Japanese XY BREAK Era of the Pokémon Trading Card Game began in late September 2015 with the release of the dual Blue Shock and Red Flash expansion. The collection encompasses numerous items of TCG merchandise, some promoting the new Pokémon BREAK mechanic and several released to coincide with both the 20th Anniversary of the Pokémon franchise and the TCG itself. Below is a chronological list of all items released during this period.

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Raichu BREAK Evolution Pack

Main article: Raichu BREAK Evolution Pack (TCG)

The Raichu BREAK Evolution Pack (Japanese: BREAK進化パック ライチュウBREAK) was 1 of 2 supplementary products made available on September 26, 2015 to coincide with the launch of the Blue Shock and Red Flash expansions. The pack serves as an accessible method of introducing players to the new BREAK Evolution mechanic, featuring the Mouse Pokémon Raichu as a BREAK Evolution card in addition to a handful of other Lightning-type Pokémon.

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Noivern BREAK Evolution Pack

Main article: Noivern BREAK Evolution Pack (TCG)

The second of two complimentary products released on September 26, 2015 was the Noivern BREAK Evolution Pack (Japanese: BREAK進化パック オンバーンBREAK BREAK Evolution Pack: OnvernBREAK), which like its counterpart focuses on a specific Pokémon—the Sound Wave Pokémon Noivern—demonstrating the BREAK Evolution mechanic. The pack includes a number of Dragon-type and Colorless-type Pokémon plus a number of supporting Trainer cards.

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XY8 accessories

Rounding off the mainstream TCG releases on September 26, 2015 were a number of different card boxes and sleeves.

Card box: The Mega Mewtwo X & Mega Mewtwo Y Card Box (Japanese: エネルギーカード付きカードボックス メガミュウツーX・メガミュウツーY Card Box: Mega Mewtwo X•Mega Mewtwo Y including Energy Card) features the Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo in both of its Mega Evolved forms, which appear as M Pokémon-EX in the Blue Shock and Red Flash expansions. The card box comes with the same selection of 45 basic Energy cards (5 copies of each type) and 5 XY-P Promotional cards as the card boxes released during the XY Era, although each Energy card has a new design for the XY BREAK Era. Each card box has storage space for up to 500 cards, or 250 cards in sleeves. Three partitions are also included for organization.

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Deck case: The Mega Mewtwo X & Mega Mewtwo Y Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガミュウツーX・メガミュウツーY) is adorned with the two forms of Mega Mewtwo, recycling elements from the Blue Shock and Red Flash booster pack artwork. The deck case includes 2 card dividers featuring similar designs and can store up to 180 cards.

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Sleeves: Each of these packs contain a quantity of sleeves used to protect cards from damage and feature a variety of specially illustrated backs.

The Mega Mewtwo X & Mega Mewtwo Y Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガミュウツーX・メガミュウツーY Deck Shield: Mega Mewtwo X•Mega Mewtwo Y) again feature both forms of Mega Mewtwo in dynamic poses, utilizing the booster pack art from the Blue Shock and Red Flash expansions. Each pack contains 32 sleeves.
The Zoroark BREAK Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ゾロアークBREAK Deck Shield: Zoroark BREAK) feature a golden form of the Illusion Fox Pokémon Zoroark, one of the focal Pokémon BREAK of the dual expansion, complete with the stylized BREAK logo. Each pack contains 32 sleeves and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and at participating EDION, Joshin, Bic Camera, 100 Full Volt, Yamada Denki, and Yodobashi Camera stores.
The Mega Absol Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガアブソル Deck Shield: Mega Absol) feature a looming depiction of the Disaster Pokémon Absol in its Mega Evolved state, its winglike fur outstretched. These Pokémon Center-exclusive sleeves were illustrated by TOKIYA and came in packs of 32.
The Pikachu GD Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウGD Deck Shield: Pikachu GD) feature a close-up of Pikachu's menu sprite from the Generation VI Pokémon games. These sleeves came in packs of 62 and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Substitute Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド MI Deck Shield: MI) feature the dragon-like doll that appears when the move Substitute is used in the Pokémon games. These sleeves also came in packs of 62 and were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.

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October 2015 Playmats

Two single-player playmats were available to purchase from Pokémon Centers and stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings from October 1, 2015. These included:

The Mega Mewtwo X & Mega Mewtwo Y Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット メガミュウツーX・メガミュウツーY), which features Mewtwo in both of its possible Mega Evolved states, previously used on prior deck cases and sleeves.
The Forest Birthday Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 森の誕生日), which features an array of Pokémon atop a tree trunk and as part of the surrounding scenery.

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Wailord Sleeves

Exclusive Wailord Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ホエルオー Deck Shield: Whaloh) were available as prizes to people competing in Gym Battle Festa 2015 Pre-Battle events held at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues during October 2015. Those placing first were given 30 sleeves; those placing second were given 20 sleeves; those placing third were given 10 sleeves. All participants were given 5 sleeves. The sleeves feature a Kagemaru Himeno illustration of Wailord together with several Water-type Pokémon.

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Golduck BREAK + Palkia-EX Combo Deck

Main article: Golduck BREAK + Palkia-EX Combo Deck (TCG)

Released shortly after the Blue Shock and Red Flash expansions on October 9, 2015 was the Golduck BREAK + Palkia-EX Battle Deck (Japanese: BREAKバトルデッキ60 ゴルダックBREAK + パルキアEX). The deck features the Duck Pokémon Golduck as a new Pokémon BREAK card and the Spatial Pokémon Palkia as an established Pokémon-EX card, integrating the two mechanics for instant play. The deck focuses entirely on Water Pokémon and includes a variety of staple Trainer cards and Energy cards. A promotional Evosoda card could also be obtained with a purchase of this deck upon its release at stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings for a limited time.

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Battle Festa 2015 merchandise

A third Battle Festa was held at four venues across Japan: at the Hiroshima Prefectural Industrial Exhibition Hall, Hiroshima on November 3, 2015; at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama on November 7, 2015; at Intex Osaka, Osaka on November 15, 2015; and at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on November 29, 2015. Attendees at each venue were given a Full Art Pikachu promotional card featuring the event logo. Event Organizers were also given a version of this card with an Event Organizer stamp. More promotional cards could be earned at each venue by redeeming them for Play Points accrued by participating in events. 1 Play Point could be redeemed for a Mewtwo promotional card, 3 Play Points could be redeemed for a Bronzong promotional card, and 9 Play Points could be redeemed for a Empoleon BREAK promotional card. Play Points could be earned in either of the two main tournaments, the CoroCoro Challenge or the Victory Battle, or at eligible side events, including the Team Magma VS Team Aqua 3 on 3 Battle and the Organizer's Open Gym.

The two main tournaments also awarded promotional cards to players that met certain conditions. Players participating in the CoroCoro Challenge were awarded a Double Dragon Energy promotional card upon recording 1 win at the 'Second Stage', which could be reached by recording 1 win at the 'First Stage' or by earning an 'Advantage Path' from prior Pokémon Card Gym Battle Festa 2015 Pre-Battle events held across Japan between October 1 and 31, 2015. Participants of the Victory Battle who recorded 3 wins in either the morning or afternoon session were awarded a Max Potion promotional card. In each tournament, the top 3 players in each of the 2 age categories were awarded Victory Ring promotional cards relative to their position.

A number of exclusive items could also be purchased at pop-up stores present at each venue, including a Battle Festa 2015 Double Deck Case (Japanese: ダブルデッキケース バトルフェスタ2015) and a Battle Festa 2015 Limited Memorial Pin (Japanese: バトルフェスタ2015開催記念限定ピンズ). Both items primarily feature Mewtwo in its 2 Mega Evolved states as well as the Battle Festa logo. Another exclusive item, the Mega Rayquaza M Master Deck Build Box Sleeve (Japanese: メガレックウザデザイン MマスターデッキビルドBOX用オリジナルスリーブ Mega Rayquaza Design: Original Sleeve for M Master Deck Build Box), was given to people who presented either a M Master Deck Build Box Power Style or a M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style to attendants.

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Golden Present Campaign merchandise

The Golden Present Campaign was a prize lottery that ran from September 26 until October 31, 2015. People wishing to enter were required to affix the barcodes of eligible Pokémon TCG products totalling at least ¥1,000 to a postcard and send it to the campaign headquarters via mail during the campaign period. The prizes included 5 sets of 4 golden Moncollé figures comprising Zoroark, Chesnaught, Raichu, and Noivern; 30 sets of TCG items, consisting of a Gold Deck Case (Japanese: 金のデッキケース), a Gold Card File (Japanese: 金のカードファイル), and a 2-player Gold Playmat (Japanese: 金のプレイマットセット); 2,500 sets of 3 Holofoil Grass Energy cards, and 2,500 sets of 3 Holofoil Darkness Energy cards. The Energy cards are embossed and have a gold border. Winners were sent their goods from mid-November 2015.

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Double Mega BREAK Set: M Aerodactyl-EX + M Mawile-EX + Luxray BREAK

Another product showcasing both Pokémon BREAK and Pokémon-EX was the M Aerodactyl-EX + M Mawile-EX + Luxray Break Double Mega BREAK Set (Japanese: ダブルメガBREAKセット MプテラEX + MクチートEX + レントラーBREAK), released on November 20, 2015. This large set includes cards featuring the regular and Mega Evolved states of Aerodactyl and Mawile as Pokémon-EX, including supporting Spirit Link Item cards, and the entire evolution line of Luxray, in addition to Luxray BREAK. The remaining cards comprise prints of Groudon and Kyogre that were previously released in the English Primal Clash expansion. All cards in the set are XY-P Promotional cards. The set also comes packaged with 5 Blue Shock booster packs, 5 Red Flash booster packs, and a player's guide.

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Toys "R" Us Original Deck Case

Customer visiting participating Toys "R" Us stores in Japan from November 20, 2015 could purchase an exclusive Toys "R" Us Original Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース トイザらスオリジナル), which features an illustration by Ryota Murayama of Shiny Mega Rayquaza, included in the prior Bandit Ring expansion as a Secret card. The illustration was also used on Ancient Origins booster packs outside Japan. The deck case itself can store 180 loose cards or 90 cards in sleeves. Two dividers also come with the deck case.

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Espeon and Darkrai Half Playmats

People participating in official tournaments held at Pokémon Card Gym venues around the country between December 1, 2015 and January 31, 2016 who showed either a M Master Deck Build Box Power Style or a M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style to staff could choose to receive 1 of 2 exclusive half playmats (Japanese: ハーフプレイマット) featuring either Darkrai or Espeon. Both designs feature limited color palettes and were used on subsequent items of merchandise.

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M Mewtwo-EX Special Jumbo Card Pack: Blue Shock/Rage of the Broken Heavens Ver.

The M Mewtwo-EX Special Jumbo Card Pack: Blue Shock/Rage of the Broken Heavens Ver. (Japanese: スペシャルジャンボカードパック 「MミュウツーEX」「青い衝撃」「破天の怒り」Ver.), one of two special packs available from December 11, 2015, adds to the array of Mewtwo cards previously released in the Blue Shock and Red Flash expansions. This version features a promotional print of Mewtwo-EX from Blue Shock with new artwork as well as a Jumbo print of M Mewtwo-EX from the same expansion. The pack also comes with 4 Blue Shock booster packs and 4 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs. The pack was only sold at Aeon brand stores, Daiei stores, and at Pokémon Centers.

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M Mewtwo-EX Special Jumbo Card Pack: Red Flash/Rage of the Broken Heavens Ver.

The second special pack variant available from December 11, 2015 was the M Mewtwo-EX Special Jumbo Card Pack: Red Flash/Rage of the Broken Heavens Ver. (Japanese: スペシャルジャンボカードパック 「MミュウツーEX」「赤い閃光」「破天の怒り」Ver.). Similar to its counterpart, it features a reprint of Mewtwo-EX with new artwork and a Jumbo print of M Mewtwo-EX, both from the Red Flash expansion. Both are XY-P Promotional cards, but the Jumbo print is not numbered. The pack also comes with 4 Red Flash booster packs and 4 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs. Like the other version, the pack was only sold at select retailers, such as Aeon, Daiei, and at Pokémon Centers.

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XY9 accessories

The official release of the Rage of the Broken Heavens expansion also saw numerous card sleeves and deck boxes become available to purchase.

Deck case: The Mega Gyarados Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガギャラドス) has the capacity to store up to 180 cards (or 90 cards in sleeves) and comes with 2 dividers for organization. The case itself features the focal Pokémon of the expansion—a Shiny Mega Gyarados, its roar parting the sea.

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Accessory cases: Participating Pokémon Centers and Pokémon Card Gym venues gave away 1 of 2 exclusive accessory cases (Japanese: 小物ケース) at random to customers who purchased 2 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster boxes in a single transaction. One case features Shiny Mega Gyarados and the other features Espeon. The cases can be used to store TCG essentials such as damage counters, status counters, coins, and dice.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.

The Mega Gyarados Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガギャラドス Deck Shield: Mega Gyarados) feature the same 5ban Graphics illustration of Shiny Mega Gyarados as that used on Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs and other products.
The Mega Scizor Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガハッサム Deck Shield: Mega Hassam) feature the Mega Evolved form of Scizor in an industrious setting. These sleeves were illustrated by Hitoshi Ariga and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Slowpoke Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ヤドン Deck Shield: Yadon) feature the Dopey Pokémon Slowpoke emerging from a hole against a background of question marks. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Garbodor Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ダストダス Deck Shield: Dustdas) feature a stylized illustration of the Trash Heap Pokémon Garbodor against a city backdrop at night. It is discharging a substance from its arm on which the word "DUSTOXIN!" is superimposed, the Japanese name of an Ability on Garbodor from the Rage of the Broken Heavens expansion. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

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Champion Steven Sleeves

Another entry in the Trainer's Collection series, the Champion Steven Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド TC~OA Champion Daigo~ Deck Shield TC~OA Champion Daigo~) were first made available to customers visiting the Pokémon Center JF Special Branch present at Jump Festa 2016, held at Makuhari Messe on December 19 and 20, 2015. The pack of 32 sleeves were just one of many items released featuring or relating to Hoenn Champion Steven Stone and his Pokémon as they appear in Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire, featuring illustrations by Hitoshi Ariga. The sleeves were subsequently made available in regular Pokémon Centers from December 26, 2015.

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Grass/Fighting Battle Strength Set

Main article: Grass/Fighting Battle Strength Set (TCG)

The first of three Battle Strength Sets released on December 26, 2015 was the Grass/Fighting Battle Strength Set (Japanese: バトル強化セット 草/闘), which features a selection of Grass-type and Fighting-type Pokémon, including the Pokémon Leafeon and Golem, which appear as Pokémon-EX. It also includes a number of Trainer and Special Energy cards, which help to support the types included in the deck. The set does not have its own collection number or symbol, with reprinted cards bearing numbers, symbols, and rarity from their source expansions, and new cards printed as XY-P Promotional cards. Each set also comes with a player's guide.

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Fire/Lightning Battle Strength Set

Main article: Fire/Lightning Battle Strength Set (TCG)

Focusing on Fire and Lightning Pokémon, the second of three Battle Strength Sets to be released on December 26, 2015 was the Fire/Lightning Battle Strength Set (Japanese: バトル強化セット炎/雷). The set features Ninetales and Jolteon as Pokémon-EX, and also includes reprints of several Trainer cards and Special Energy cards that support the focal types.

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Water/Psychic Battle Strength Set

Main article: Water/Psychic Battle Strength Set (TCG)

Rounding off the three Battle Strength Sets is the Water/Psychic Battle Strength Set (Japanese: バトル強化セット 水/超), which as its name implies, focuses on Water and Psychic Pokémon. New Pokémon-EX cards include Vaporeon and Meowstic, which are printed as XY-P Promotional cards. A number of reprinted cards are also included that compliment the types featured.

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December 2015 accessories

Two other similarly themed TCG items were also released on December 26, 2015, available at stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings and at Pokémon Centers:

The first of these was the Darkrai & Cresselia Double Deck Case (Japanese: ダブルデッキケース ダークライ・クレセリア). Each case contains 2 card holders, each with a capacity for 80 cards, and 3 card dividers. Each of the items feature Hypno, Darkrai, or Cresselia using a limited color palette of black, white, and yellow, as well as focusing on areas of intense light and shadow.
The second of these noir-style items to be made available were packs of 62 Hypno of the Night Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム 夜のスリーパー Deck Shield Premium: Sleeper of the Night). The design features Hypno highlighted against a cityscape with a similarly limited color palette.

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Stand out from your rivals! 2016 Start Dash Campaign accessories

The Stand out from your rivals! 2016 Start Dash Campaign ran for a limited time at participating stores beginning December 26, 2015. Customers who purchased at least ¥2,000 worth of eligible TCG products received a free Pikachu, Manaphy & Shaymin Pokémon Coin Set (Japanese: ピカチュウ・マナフィ・シェイミ ポケモンコインセット), which included 3 coins with existing designs but with exclusive colored Holofoil patterns, as well as an additional gift determined by lottery. The four possible gifts comprised:

  • A Campaign Original Card Case (Japanese: キャンペーンオリジナル カードケース), which can store up to 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers. It features a plain black design with a silver Pokémon Card Game logo.
  • A Campaign Original Match Record Book (キャンペーンオリジナル 対戦記録帳); a hardback pocketbook that can be used to keep track of matches played. It includes space to detail the outcomes of over 80 matches, including percentages of wins/losses and Prize cards taken for each deck.
  • A Cracked Ice Holofoil promotional print of Rainbow Energy.
  • A Cracked Ice Holofoil promotional print of Eco Arm.

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Rage of the Broken Heavens Aeon Limited Special Pack

Numerous items of merchandise were made available on January 1, 2016. One of these was the Rage of the Broken Heavens Aeon Limited Special Pack (Japanese: 「破天の怒り」イオン限定スペシャルパック), which was only available to purchase at AEON brand stores across the country. The pack contains 4 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs and a competition record book for players to document their activity during 2016.

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Mega Charizard X Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box

Following on from the popular poncho-wearing Pikachu merchandise available in the past, two more special boxes were made available from January 1, 2016. One version, the Mega Charizard X Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX メガリザードンXのポンチョを着たピカチュウ), features a number of items adorned with Pikachu in a Mega Charizard X poncho. These include a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck case, a long card box with space to store up to 720 cards, and 2 promotional cards. One card is a Holofoil reprint of a previously released Pikachu, and the other is an exclusive Full Art Pikachu card. The box also comes packaged with 2 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs, 1 Emerald Break booster pack, 1 Phantom Gate booster pack, and 1 Rising Fist booster pack.

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Mega Charizard Y Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box

The Mega Charizard Y Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX メガリザードンYのポンチョを着たピカチュウ) was one of two special boxes were made available from January 1, 2016. Like its counterpart, the box includes a number of items featuring Pikachu wearing ponchos resembling several Mega Evolved Pokémon, the most prominent of which is Mega Charizard Y. Each box comes packaged with 2 Pikachu promotional cards (1 Holofoil reprint and 1 exclusive Full Art card), a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck case, a long card box for storage, 2 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs, 1 Emerald Break booster pack, 1 Phantom Gate booster pack, and 1 Rising Fist booster pack.

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Poncho-wearing Pikachu Sleeves

In addition to other products available from January 1, 2016, several card sleeves were released on the same day, all featuring Pikachu wearing ponchos resembling different Mega Evolved Pokémon. Each of these sleeves came in packs of 32 and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers:

The Mega Lucario Poncho-wearing Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガルカリオのポンチョを着たピカチュウ Deck Shield: Mega Lucario Poncho-wearing Pikachu) feature Pikachu in a Mega Lucario poncho complete with Lucarionite button.
The Mega Slowbro Poncho-wearing Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガヤドランのポンチョを着たピカチュウ Deck Shield: Mega Yadoran Poncho-wearing Pikachu) feature Pikachu completely enclosed in a Mega Slowbro poncho complete with Shellder shell and Slowbronite button.
The Mega Sableye Poncho-wearing Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガヤミラミのポンチョを着たピカチュウ Deck Shield: Mega Yamirami Poncho-wearing Pikachu) feature Pikachu in a Mega Sableye poncho complete with gemstone and Sablenite button.
The Mega Audino, Mega Altaria & Mega Diancie Poncho-wearing Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガポンチョを着たピカチュウ(メガタブンネ・メガチルタリス・メガディアンシー) Deck Shield: Poncho-wearing Pikachu (Mega Tabunne•Mega Tyltalis•Mega Diancie)) feature 3 Pikachu in ponchos resembling Mega Audino, Mega Altaria, and Mega Diancie complete with respective Mega Stones. All of these Pikachu were also available as separate items of merchandise in the concurrent Pikachu Mega Campaigns.

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Premium PokéKyun♥ Set

The Premium PokéKyun♥ Set (Japanese: プレミアムポケキュン♥セット) was released alongside the PokéKyun Collection on January 29, 2016 and features numerous TCG items adorned with cute Pokémon illustrated by Kagemaru Himeno. These items include a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck box, a long card box with space to store up to 750 cards, and a set of relief stickers featuring each of the charms and several Pokémon from the collection. Each box also includes 4 PokéKyun Collection concept packs and a promotional Shaymin-EX card, which is aesthetically similar to cards included in the collection.

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PokéKyun Collection Mini File Set

Also available from January 29, 2016 was the PokéKyun Collection Mini File Set (Japanese: セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット「ポケキュンコレクション」 PokéKyun Collection Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set), which was only available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by Seven & I Holdings Co., such as 7-Eleven and Ito-Yokado. This set contains 2 PokéKyun Collection booster packs and a mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards.

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BREAK Starter Pack

Main article: BREAK Starter Pack (TCG)

The Starter Pack (Japanese: スターターパック) was released on February 27, 2016 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Pokémon franchise. As such, there is specific focus on Pokémon from the first Generation, and the Starter Pack itself takes inspiration from the original one released in 1996 both in terms of design and the random nature of the cards included. Each pack includes a selection of Pokémon grouped by evolutionary family and is guaranteed to contain a M Pokémon-EX card—either M Venusaur-EX or M Charizard-EX. These are accompanied with a mixture of Trainer cards. Each pack also includes a rulebook, a set of damage and status counters, and a coin.

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20th Anniversary accessories

Other TCG items were made available from February 27, 2016 to celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Pokémon franchise. These included:

The 20th Anniversary Full Size Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット フルサイズ 20th) emulates the design of 2-player fabric playmats that were included in products from the Original Era of the TCG. The Japanese 20th Anniversary logo is featured in the bottom right and top left corners of the playmat. The playmat was sold exclusively from Pokémon Centers.
The First Design Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド first design Deck Shield: first design) emulate the reverse design of Japanese cards released during the Original and Neo Eras.

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M Audino-EX Mega Battle Deck

Main article: M Audino-EX Mega Battle Deck (TCG)

The M Audino-EX Mega Battle Deck (Japanese: メガバトルデッキ60 MタブンネEX Mega Battle Deck 60: MTabunneEX) was 1 of 2 Standard Decks to be released alongside the Awakening Psychic King expansion on March 18, 2016. The deck's primary focus is Colorless-type and Fairy-type Pokémon, featuring the titular Hearing Pokémon Audino in both its regular and Mega Evolved forms and the Jewel Pokémon Diancie as Pokémon-EX. The deck also includes a set of damage and status counters, a coin, a playmat, how-to-play instructions and a player's guide.

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Zygarde-EX Perfect Battle Deck

Main article: Zygarde-EX Perfect Battle Deck (TCG)

The other Standard Deck released on March 18, 2016 was the Zygarde-EX Perfect Battle Deck (Japanese: パーフェクトバトルデッキ60 ジガルデEX Perfect Battle Deck 60: ZygardeEX). It centers on the Legendary Order Pokémon Zygarde in its Complete Forme, appearing in the deck as a Pokémon-EX, along with numerous other Fighting Pokémon and useful Trainer cards. A new Pokémon Tool card named Power Memory, which allows Zygarde-EX to use an extra attack when attached to it, was one of the cards showcased from the deck leading up to its release. The deck also comes with how-to-play instructions, a player's guide, a set of damage and status counters, a coin, and a playmat.

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XY10 accessories

In addition to the two Standard Decks, a number of TCG accessories were available from retailers starting March 18, 2016.

Deck case: The Mega Alakazam Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガフーディン Deck Case: Mega Foodin) features Mega Alakazam amidst the twisted remnants of the merged twin worlds featured in the previous two expansions. The illustration also provides the basis of the Awakening Psychic King booster pack art. The case comes with 2 card dividers and has space to store up to 180 cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.

The Zygarde Complete Forme Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ジガルデ・パーフェクトフォルム Deck Shield: Zygarde•Perfect Forme) feature a scene of desolation in which the Legendary Order Pokémon Zygarde in its Complete Forme prepares to attack.
The Smeargle and Ho-Oh Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ドーブルとホウオウ Deck Shield: Doble and Houou) feature a mural of the Legendary Rainbow Pokémon Ho-Oh on a wall while a Shiny Smeargle doodles nearby. These sleeves were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.
The Umbreon & Glaceon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ブラッキー・グレイシア Deck Shield: Blacky•Glacia) feature Eevee and its evolutions drawn in a chibi style. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers. The sleeves were released again on January 27, 2017 as a premium pack of 62 sleeves after fans voted it the fifth favorite choice in the Deck Shield Big Election 35 campaign, which was a poll to select the top 5 card sleeve designs from 35 of those previously released. The poll was held in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary of the Pokémon Trading Card Game in Japan.
The Abyssal Hand Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド アビスハンド Deck Shield: Abyss Hand) feature Octillery drawn in a traditional Japanese style. The sleeve name is derived from an Ability on Octillery from the Blue Shock expansion. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Hex Maniac Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド オカルトマニア Deck Shield: Occult Maniac) feature a Hex Maniac playing with a stuffed Banette toy. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

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Mega Alakazam Premium Sleeves

From April 1, 2016, participating Pokémon Centers and stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings began to sell Mega Alakazam Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム メガフーディン Deck Shield Premium: Mega Foodin). These sleeves came in packs of 62 and feature the Mega Evolved form of the Psi Pokémon Alakazam following its inclusion as the focal Pokémon of the Awakening Psychic King expansion. The illustration depicts the deity-like Alakazam atop a makeshift throne while a crowd of people and Pokémon rally below.

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Kamex Mega Battle Special Pack

The Kamex Mega Battle Special Pack (Japanese: カメックスメガバトル スペシャルパック) was released on April 16, 2016 to commemorate the upcoming Kamex Mega Battle tournaments in Japan. The pack includes a promotional print of Blastoise-EX with exclusive artwork, 2 Awakening Psychic King booster packs, and 1 Premium Champion Pack booster pack.

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Kamex Mega Battle merchandise

The Kamex Mega Battle was a large-scale event that took place at different venues across Japan and offered players the opportunity to earn invitations to the 2016 World Championships. It took place at five locations across the country: at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on May 5, 2016; at Intex Osaka, Osaka on May 15, 2016; at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on May 21 and 22, 2016; and at the West Japan General Exhibition Center, Kitakyushu on May 29, 2016.

Each venue held two main tournaments: the Kamex Mega Battle and the Victory Battle, plus a number of side events. All participants were given a Garchomp-EX promotional card featuring the event logo upon entry. Both main tournaments had 2 age categories: the A League and the B League. Each were structured in 'Stages' and players could advance by winning a requisite number of battles. Most participants would start at the 'First Stage' and could advance to the 'Second Stage' by recording 1 win. Two preceding events, the Kamex Gym Battle, held between March 1 and 27, 2016 at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues; and the Kamex Pokémon Center Battle, held on April 16 and 17, 2016 at participating Pokémon Centers, allowed the top 3 players to earn a bye and enter the Kamex Mega Battle tournament at the 'Second Stage'. Players could progress to the 'Premier Stage' by recording 2 consecutive wins at the 'Second Stage', also earning themselves a promotional Fighting Fury Belt card. By recording a further 3 consecutive wins at the 'Premier Stage', players could progress to the single-elimination 'Climax Stage'. The top 3 players of the Victory Battle tournament would earn a Victory Ring trophy card.

The top 8 players from the Kamex Mega Battle tournament and the top 4 players from the Victory Battle tournament in each of their respective leagues would subsequently earn an invitation to the Kamex Mega Battle Japan Championships, held at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo on June 19, 2016. The top 4 players of the finals in each league would earn an invitation to the World Championships, and the overall winners of each league were awarded a Mega Blastoise trophy.

Players could also earn Play Points by participating in either of the main tournaments or in one of several side events and redeem them for prizes. Eligible side events included the Kangaskhan Tag Battle, the Sylveon Girls Battle, the 3 on 3 Battle, the Knockout Battle, and the Organizer's Area Mini Tournament. Players could redeem 3 Play Points for a Crobat BREAK promotional card and 6 Play Points for a M Garchomp-EX or Garchomp Spirit Link promotional card, given at random. Participants of the Kangaskhan Tag Battle and the Sylveon Girls Battle were given an original clear file with designs reflecting the event. The top 3 players these two events were also awarded acrylic trophies.

Pop-up Pokémon Stores present at each venue carried merchandise to commemorate the event. These included Kamex Mega Battle Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドカメックスメガバトル Deck Shield: Kamex Mega Battle), a Kamex Mega Battle Limited Memorial Pin (Japanese: カメックスメガバトル 開催記念限定ピンズ), and a special Blastoise version of the BREAK Starter Pack (Japanese: スターターパック カメックスver.). A voucher included in copies of Kamex Mega Battle Special Packs, previously released in April, could be redeemed at these stores for a set of gold Squirtle and Blastoise coins. A pop-up purikura photo booth was also present at PokéKyun♥ Photo Spots at each venue, which offered a promotional Pikachu card to anyone who took a photo there.

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Ho-Oh + Lugia Special Set

The Ho-Oh + Lugia Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルセット ホウオウ+ルギア) was released on April 23, 2016 as part of continued celebrations of the opening of the Kyoto Pokémon Center back in March. Referencing its connections with Kyoto, the set includes promotional reprints of the Johto starter Pokémon Chikorita, Cyndaquil, and Totodile, a promotional reprint of Smeargle, and new Ho-Oh and Lugia promotional cards. Each of the reprints feature a star Holofoil treatment and have the Pokémon Center logo below their artwork. The set also comes with 5 Rage of the Broken Heavens booster packs and 5 Awakening Psychic King booster packs. The set could be purchased at all Pokémon Centers across Japan, on the Pokémon Center Online, and in some Pokémon Stores.

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XY11 accessories

The dual Fever-Burst Fighter and Cruel Traitor expansion also saw the release of several TCG protection and storage accompaniments.

Deck case: The Volcanion & Mega Gardevoir Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ボルケニオン・メガサーナイト Deck Case: Volcanion•Mega Sirnight) utilizes elements of the expansion's booster pack artwork, featuring Volcanion on the front and both Shiny Mega Gardevoir and Magearna on reverse. The case comes with 2 similarly illustrated card dividers and has space to store at least 90 cards in sleeves, or 180 loose cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.

The Volcanion Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ボルケニオン Deck Shield: Volcanion) feature the same 5ban Graphics illustration of Volcanion as the Fever-Burst Fighter booster pack art complete with the expansion's industrial city theme in the background.
The Shiny Mega Gardevoir Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 色違いのメガサーナイト Deck Shield: Differently Colored Mega Sirnight) portray the villainous Shiny Mega Gardevoir shrouded in mist with its gleaming red eye as the primary source of color. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Mega Steelix Dual-type Version Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガハガネール デュアルタイプver. Deck Shield: Mega Haganeil Dual-type ver.) feature a split illustration of Mega Steelix with its regular and Shiny coloration, a reference to the dual-type M Steelix-EX card included in the Fever-Burst Fighter expansion. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
The Fossil Design Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 化石柄 Deck Shield: Fossil Design) feature an illustration that bears resemblance to the reverse of a typical Pokémon TCG card preserved in rock, complete with Dome and Helix Fossils. These sleeves were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.
The Fluffy Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド もふもふ Deck Shield: Fluffy) feature Meowth contently resting amongst a herd of Mareep along with other Pokémon with cotton-like attributes, Swablu and Whimsicott. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

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Black Mega Gardevoir Half Playmat

The Black Mega Gardevoir campaign began concurrently with the release of the dual Fever-Burst Fighter and Cruel Traitor expansion on June 17, 2016 and ran through to July 8 the same year. Customers at participating store chains that purchased ¥500 worth of eligible Pokémon products during the campaign period received a special pack containing 1 of 4 possible XY-P Promotional cards and a Black Mega Gardevoir Half Playmat (Japanese: 黒いメガサーナイトのハーフプレイマット Black Mega Sirnight Half Playmat), which features a 5ban Graphics illustration of Shiny Mega Gardevoir.

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Pikachu Libre Special Pack

The Pikachu Libre Special Pack (Japanese: マスクド・ピカチュウ スペシャルパック <セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定> Masked Pikachu Special Pack <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>) was released alongside the Fever-Burst Fighter and Cruel Traitor expansions on June 17, 2016 exclusively at Pokémon Centers and Seven & I owned store chains such as 7-Eleven and Ito-Yokado. It features the Cosplay Pikachu variant Pikachu Libre as an exclusive promotional card and comes with 2 Fever-Burst Fighter booster packs and 2 Cruel Traitor booster packs.

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Rayquaza Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box

Many commemorative items were made available to purchase to coincide with the opening of Pokémon Center Skytree Town in Tokyo on July 6, 2016. Among these was the Rayquaza Poncho-wearing Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX レックウザポンチョを着たピカチュウ), which features numerous items adorned with Pikachu wearing a Rayquaza-style poncho in both its regular and Shiny coloration. Each box contains a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck case, a long card box, 1 Emerald Break booster pack, 2 Fever-Burst Fighter booster packs, 2 Cruel Traitor booster packs, and 2 Full Art promotional cards.

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Special Pack: Zygarde Special Set

The Special Pack: Zygarde Special Set (Japanese: スペシャルパック ジガルデ スペシャルセット) was released alongside the Mythical & Legendary Dream Shine Collection on July 16, 2016. The pack features the Legendary Order Pokémon Zygarde in both its 10% and 50% Formes as XY-P Promotional cards. The set also comes with 1 Fever-Burst Fighter booster pack, 1 Cruel Traitor booster pack, and 1 Mythical & Legendary Dream Shine Collection booster pack.

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Volcanion-EX Special Jumbo Card Pack

The Volcanion-EX Special Jumbo Card Pack (Japanese: スペシャルジャンボカードパック「ボルケニオンEX」) was released on August 5, 2016 following the Japanese opening of Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel, which starred Volcanion and Magearna. Volcanion is featured as a reprinted Jumbo Pokémon-EX card and Magearna as a new Full Art promotional card. The pack also comes with 4 Fever-Burst Fighter booster packs, 2 Cruel Traitor booster packs, and 2 Mythical & Legendary Dream Shine Collection booster packs.

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20th Anniversary Special Pack: M Slowbro-EX + Surfing Pikachu

The 20th Anniversary Special Pack: M Slowbro-EX + Surfing Pikachu (Japanese: 20th Anniversary スペシャルパック「メガヤドランEX+なみのりピカチュウ」 20th Anniversary Special Pack: MYadoranEX + Surfing Pikachu) was released on the same day as the Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary subset, September 16, 2016, in the buildup to the 20th Anniversary of the Japanese TCG. The pack features the Hermit Crab Pokémon Slowbro in both its regular and Mega Evolved forms as Pokémon-EX cards, its Spirit Link Item card, and a re-imagined version of the Surfing Pikachu promotional card originally released in 1997. All cards feature a layout reminiscent of those from the Original Era. The special pack also comes with 3 Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary booster packs.

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CP6 accessories

Pokémon Centers across Japan also released a number of exclusive card sleeves in conjunction with the Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary subset. Each pack contains 32 sleeves:

The Mega Mawile Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガクチート Deck Shield: Mega Kucheat) feature Mega Mawile illustrated in a traditional Japanese style, complete with a pagoda and Mt. Fuji in the background.
The Coin Design Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド コイン柄 Deck Shield: Coin Design) depict a coin featuring Chansey, referencing the first official coin design to be included in TCG-related merchandise.
The Misty Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド カスミ Deck Shield: Kasumi) feature a Naoki Saito illustration of Misty and her Psyduck. Misty's attire takes reference from her eponymous Trainer card and depiction on the box art of the Hanada City Gym deck.
The Charizard Version 2 Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド リザードンver.2 Deck Shield: Lizardon ver.2) feature the Flame Pokémon Charizard in a pose mirroring the box art of the Japanese version of Pokémon Red.

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1st Expansion Pack Premium Gloss Sleeves

Following the release of the Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary subset, packs of 64 1st Expansion Pack Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム・グロス 拡張パック第1弾 Deck Shield: Premium•Gloss 1st Expansion Pack) were made available from participating Pokémon Card Gym venues and Pokémon Centers starting October 1, 2016. These sleeves feature the Mitsuhiro Arita artwork used on Expansion Pack 20th Anniversary booster packs.

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Team Rocket Design Half Playmat

The Pokémon Center Occupation Plan was a campaign in which villainous teams periodically "took over" Pokémon Centers across Japan starting October 1 through to November 13, 2016. The campaign saw the distribution of Pokémon belonging to villainous team leaders and the release of several products emblazoned with their logos. Among these included the Team Rocket Design Half Playmat (Japanese: ロケット団デザインのハーフプレイマット), which features the Team Rocket emblem on the front and Giovanni with 2 Team Rocket Grunts on the reverse. This playmat was given to customers who purchased at least 5 booster packs in a transaction at any Pokémon Center or Pokémon Store during the campaign period.

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20th Anniversary Festa merchandise

A large-scale event celebrating 20 years of the Pokémon Trading Card Game in Japan was held at Toki Messe, Niigata on October 10, 2016 and at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on October 23, 2016. Pop-up stores were present at both venues offering the latest products and exclusive 20th Anniversary merchandise, among which included premuim sleeves featuring booster pack artwork from the three expansions following the initial Expansion Pack: Pokémon Jungle, Mystery of the Fossils, and Rocket Gang. Each pack contained 64 sleeves:

Pokémon Jungle Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム・グロス 拡張パック第2弾 ポケモンジャングル Deck Shield: Premium•Gloss 2nd Expansion Pack: Pokémon Jungle)
Mystery of the Fossils Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム・グロス 拡張パック第3弾 化石の秘密 Deck Shield: Premium•Gloss 3rd Expansion Pack: Mystery of the Fossils)
Team Rocket Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム・グロス 拡張パック第4弾 ロケット団 Deck Shield: Premium•Gloss 4th Expansion Pack: Rocket Gang)

All attendees were given a special Full Art Pikachu promotional card. Attendees could also earn Play Points by participating in one or more corner events held at each venue and redeem them for prizes. Eligible corner events included the 20th Anniversary Battle, the Classic Battle, the Shōwa VS Heisei Battle, the Sylveon Girls Battle, the Shiftry Masters Battle, and the 3 on 3 Battle. At 2 Play Points, players could earn 1 of 8 Gym Badge promotional cards featuring the Kanto Gym Leaders at random. 4 Play Points could be redeemed for a Magikarp promotional card and 6 Play Points could be redeemed for a Mewtwo-EX promotional card. 12 Play Points gave players the choice to redeem either a Pikachu or Mew promotional card, both of which feature Mitsuhiro Arita's signature. Other prizes could be earned in the corner events as well: winning teams in the Shōwa VS Heisei Battle were awarded a Mirror Holofoil Teammates promotional card; players competing in the 20th Anniversary Battle who achieved 3 consecutive wins at the 'Premier Stage' were awarded 1 of 9 Original Era-inspired Holofoil Basic Energy cards at random; the top 3 players of the Sylveon Girls Battle and Shiftry Masters Battle were each awarded acrylic trophies; and the top 3 players in each age category of the 20th Anniversary Battle were awarded Victory Ring promotional cards.

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Mario Pikachu Special Box

The Mario Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: マリオピカチュウスペシャルBOX) was 1 of 2 special boxes made available on October 29, 2016 in a crossover campaign with the popular Nintendo mascot, Mario. The box features artwork by Kouki Saitou that takes inspiration from the Japanese box art of Super Mario Bros. with a Pokémon twist. A Pikachu holding a Big Mushroom substitutes Mario holding a Super Mushroom; Bowser holding Princess Peach and two Toads captive is substituted by Blastoise, Diancie, and Foongus, respectively; the Fire Flower is substituted by a Flabébé; enemies Spiny, Lakitu, Hammer Bro, Cheep Cheep, Koopa Troopa, Goomba, Blooper, Bullet Bill, and Koopa Paratroopa are respectively substituted by Ferroseed, Landorus, Psyduck, Qwilfish, Squirtle, Shroomish, Inkay, Beldum, and Wartortle. The box includes a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case, a card box with space to store cards, and 2 promotional cards featuring Pikachu in Mario's costume.

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Luigi Pikachu Special Box

The Luigi Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: ルイージピカチュウスペシャルBOX) was also released on October 29, 2016. Similar to its counterpart, the box includes a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case, a card box with space to store cards, and 2 promotional cards: a Regular and Full Art print of Pikachu, with this version dressed up as Luigi instead.

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20th Anniversary Pikachu Solid Gold Card

A special collaboration between Pokémon and Tanaka Kikinzoku to mark the TCG's 20th Anniversary saw the release of the 20th Anniversary Pikachu Solid Gold Card (Japanese: 20周年記念 ピカチュウ 純金製カード). This made to order item features a representation of Pikachu from the initial Expansion Pack printed on a rounded rectangular piece of 24-karat gold weighing 11g. The item is pre-mounted in an acrylic display case and comes in a specially designed box bearing the Pokémon Card Game 20th Anniversary logo and Ginza Tanaka jeweller logo. Reservations for the item opened on October 19, 2016 and closed after November 7, 2016. Oders began to be shipped in late December 2016. The item was sold at a price of ¥200,000 plus tax.

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20th Anniversary Team Rocket Special Case

The final item released during the XY BREAK Era, and the XY Era as a whole, was the 20th Anniversary Team Rocket Special Case (Japanese: 20周年記念 ロケット団スペシャルケース). This item could only be purchased from the Pokémon Center Online as part of a make to order run, with each case costing ¥12,000 plus tax. The reservation period began on November 3, 2016 and closed after December 18, 2016. Cases began shipping to customers from mid-February 2017. Each case is made of high-quality plastic and includes a handle and clasps to secure it when closed. Inside are molded high-density foam inserts that contain the case's 2 exclusive Full Art promotional cards, Team Rocket-themed Deck Case, set of 64 sleeves, and metal coin.

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