The newest series of Japanese Pokemon cards has officially been released today. The new series is called SM7b Fairy Rise. It is another monthly mini series that comprises of 50 cards plus 6 SR, 4HR and 3UR cards for a grand total of 63 cards.
This new series features some great Pokemon characters like Alolan Ninetales, Sceptile, Alolan Vulpix, Sigilyph, Gardevoir, Ribombee, Cutiefly and many more. Like the previous few mini sets, there are 2 prism star cards (Xerneas and Life Forest). There are also 4 GX cards (Mimikyu, Alolan Ninetales, Sigilyph, Sceptile) and the same 4 GX characters printed with different images as SR cards as well as Morty and Mina. The HR cards feature the same 4 GX cards but with a reflective prism type background and different image. The 3 UR cards have a beautiful gold border and are Net Ball, Adventuring Satchel and Spell Tag.
Currently these are only sold in Japan, but you can buy them on Pokevault and have them shipped directly to you.
There will be no English version of this set. Instead, they will be released in a giant set called Lost Thunder. It will be the largest Pokemon set in history, consisting of 210 cards. It will be a mix of 3 of the Japanese sets:
SM7a Thunderclap Spark
SM7b Fairy Rise
SM8 Explosive Impact
Exactly which cards will be in the set is not known at this time.
Tags: Alolan Ninetales, Cards, Fairy Rise, Mimikyu, Ribombee, Sceptile, Sigilyph, SM7b
It’s small, swift, and lizard-like. Treecko, the Wood Gecko Pokemon, is very quick on its feet and it the Hoenn region’s grass-type starter. Treecko are said to be very calm and level headed, never losing their heads and panicking while in a battle. They live in tall trees and are said to be the protectors of forests. Because they live so far off the ground, they use the tiny hooks on their feet to scale steep slopes and have even been known to use those hooks to climb up walls and hang from ceilings.
Treecko are known to be a bit prideful, taking on larger opponents without a second glance and is extremely protective of its territory. According to its pokédex entries, Treecko attacks by slamming its opponents with its thick tail. Its tail has more uses than that, though. Its tail can also be used to detect the humidity in the air and predict the weather for the next day. Out of any of the unevolved starters, Treecko has the highest speed stat. Treecko and its evolutions are also the only bipedal grass-type starter Pokemon evolutionary line (Snivy and Servine are bipedal, though Serperior doesn’t have any legs). Treeko is thought to be based off from a gecko or lizard. It appears to have similarities to the leaf-tailed gecko, a type of lizard that’s appendages allow it to blend in with its surroundings that can also climb up flat surfaces. Treecko’s name most-likely comes from the words ‘tree’ and ‘gecko’.
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Tags: Grovyle, Sceptile, Treecko
Treecko is a grass type starter, known as the wood gecko Pokemon, and known as Kimori in Japan. It can learn strong moves like mega drain, quick attack and pound. It can evolve into Grovyle at level 16, and into Sceptile at level 36. In the Anime, Ash caught a Treecko during his adventures in the Hoenn region. It evolved later into Grovyle, and latter during his adventures in the battle Frontier, it evolved into Sceptile.
Torchic is a fire type starter, known as the chick Pokemon, and known as Achamo in Japan. It can learn strong moves like flamethrower, peck, and slash. It can evolve into a Combusken at level 16, and then into Blaziken at level 36. In the Anime, a trainer named May received Torchic as her starter Pokemon, and soon joined with Ash on his adventures in Hoenn. She used Torchic and her other Pokemon to win ribbons at contests.
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Tags: Blaziken, Hoenn Region, Mudkip, Poochyena, Sceptile, Torchic, Treecko