True to its name, the pack will bring in both the X and Y Mega Evolutions for Charizard-EX. But it doesn’t stop there my friends, a slew of new cards are also set to join the original (not actually) dragon Pokemon. Joining the EX division we have Toxicroak-EX, Magnezone-EX and the toughest mother around, Kangaskhan-EX. Additionally, 25 Pokemon from the X and Y games will also make and appearance, along with fifteen who have never before seen a TCG release. These cards will also be supported by 15 new Trainer cards, set to increase depth and player strategy in competitive battles.
So, once May 7th rolls around, nab yourself a booster pack to add to your TCG arsenal or start from scratch with a theme deck. Either way, enjoy the latest additions to the TCG family. If physical meet ups aren’t exactly your style and you feel more comfortable behind a PC screen, each card pack also contains codes that will unlock virtual cards for you to use in Pokemon TCG Online. Isn’t technology wonderful?