By Tony Tanaka
Back in July, 2010, there was a very rare set of Shiny Ho-oh, Lugia, Entei, Suicune and Raikou Japanese Pokemon lottery promo cards released. From April, 2010 until June 30th, 2010, entries for this special lottery contest were accepted. Only Japanese residents were allowed to enter the lottery.
If you bought two packs of either Legends Heart Gold, Soul Silver, Revived Legends, or Lost Link during this time and cut out the bar codes from the two booster packs and sent it into the Pokemon lottery office in Tokyo, your name will be entered into a drawing for these beautiful card sets. The 5 cards were divided into two different sets. Set “A” featured Shiny Ho-oh and Lugia and set “B” featured Shiny Suicune, Raikou, and Entei.
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Tags: Shiny Entei, Shiny Ho-oh, Shiny Lugia, Shiny Raikou, Shiny Suicune
Most of you have heard of the new pokemon trading card set named “Call of Legends.” This set has replaced primes and legends from the earlier sets with shinies. Shinies such as Palkia, Rayquaza, Lugia, Deoxys, Ho-Oh, and even the three legendary dogs. The shinies from these newer sets are a continuation to the older star cards. Unlike primes, these shinies are not allowed in the trading card game. Alike primes the appearance of these cards are similar, the border of a prime is holographic, same with the shinies.
This set is considered good for collectors but not so much TCG players. Some specific cards are very helpful such as lost world and lost remover which are some big deck cards for some players. This set contains 95 cards, which isn’t a big set compared to others. The cards in Call of Legends are very similar to the ones in earlier set such as HeartGold and SoulSilver and HS Undaunted.
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Tags: Shiny Deoxys, Shiny Entei, Shiny Ho-oh, Shiny Lugia, Shiny Raikou, Shiny Rayquaza, Shiny Suicune