FUSION STRIKE, the English version of MEW VMAX: We’ve been waiting a long time for these cards, and now, the English versions of them have been revealed in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In preparation for their debut in the next Sword & Shield Fusion Strike expansion for the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) in November 2021, the Japanese versions of the Mew-VMAX and Boltund-VMAX have now been revealed with English text.
Blade and Paladin With the release of Fusion Strike, ThePokemon Trading Card Game will get a new Battlestyle. Along with Rapid Strike and Single Strike, it now now has Fusion Strike. Mew, Boltund, Genesect, and Gengar VMAX are just a few of the featured Pokemon in this package. I’ll tell you all I know about Fusion Strike.
Fusion Strike’s Mew and Boltund MEW VMAX
On November 12th, 2021, Sword & Shield Fusion Strike will be available for purchase.
On October 30, 2021, the Pokemon Trading Card Game World Championships will go off with pre-release activities for Sword & Shield Fusion Strike.
Cards with Alternate Art that were previously issued in Japanese promotional programmes and those that were pulled from prior sets were said to be included in the collection. Celebi, Sandslash, Espeon, Supra, and their respective Diets are all included. Since Gengar VMAX seems to be a fixed mascot, the release of this new album, the final one with the fourth, is all but certain.
Mew V, Skwovet V, Genesect V, and Mew VMAX are the author’s further works that have been chosen.
In this iteration, Flaaffy is likely to be the Shiny Pokemon featured on the Gold Card. In the Japanese setFusion Arts, Flaaffy was the sole Shiny Gold Card, but it’s unlikely that he’ll hold that distinction in Sword & Shield Fusion Strike.
Given that 264 cards were utilised to make Secret Rares, it’s possible that this is the biggest tCGset ever made. There were 236 regular cards and 11 Secret Rares in Sun & Moon: Cosmic Eclipse, for a grand total of 271. If this were to surpass this, the other one would be become obsolete.
This pair of works is not an infusion of the Arts, but rather an alternate take on a single work; they provoke speculation regarding the source of their distinctiveness. I was wondering whether the new Pikachu V and Kingler VMAX cards from Japan’s Start Deck 100 series would make it over. It would assist immensely if it were to happen.