The latest expansion in the Pokémon Trading Card series is now available, introducing plenty of gorgeous new cards and even some collectable Gym Badges.
Called 'Champion's Path', the new set is available at participating retailers around the world as we speak. You can check out some of the new cards and products available in the images below, including the Champion's Path Pin Collection.
Three Pin Collection sets are available to purchase in total, all based on various Gyms from Pokémon Sword and Shield on Nintendo Switch. Milo’s Turffield Gym, Nessa’s Hulbury Gym, and Kabu’s Motostoke Gym are all featured, all including a pin badge designed just the like the Gym Badge players can win in the game.
More Champion's Path products have already been teased for the future, too. Here's what you expect to get your hands on over the next couple of months:
- Champion’s Path Special Pin Collection (available October 2, 2020): Available in two versions—one representing the Stow-on-Side Gym and another representing the Circhester Gym—with each pin collection including collector’s pins featuring each Gym’s two logos and two foil cards showcasing the partner Pokémon of both Gym Leaders
- Champion’s Path Collection—Hatterene V (available October 23, 2020): Includes a foil promo card and foil oversize card of Hatterene V plus four Champion’s Path booster packs
- Champion’s Path Marnie Special Collection (available October 23, 2020): Comes with two Pokémon V promo cards, eight Champion’s Path booster packs, two collector’s pins, and a Pokémon TCG playmat
- New Champion’s Path Pin Collection Versions (available November 13, 2020): Available in three more versions inspired by Opal’s Ballonlea Gym, Piers’ Spikemuth Gym, and Raihan’s Hammerlocke Gym
Are you a Pokémon card collector? Will you be picking anything up from this latest expansion? Let us know in the comments below.
I picked up a set of these, a Dubwool V box, and two Elite Trainer Boxes already. The cards are okay but EVERYONE (including myself) is hunting for the two secret-rare Charizards that are available in the set.
But good luck finding these in the wild now, most stores are sold out and there’s no hint of the first three pin collections being restocked in the future. That said, you should be able to find the pins on the aftermarket for a fairly cheap price like other recent Pokemon TCG pins.
Ha ha, these are probably all in "limited supply"! This is what Nintendo does!
I really like the Game in its basics, but i feel it got to much extra mega hyper GX Stuff :>
I like the new vmax carts
@dkxcalibur Wouldn't that fall to the Pokemon Company? I thought Nintendo just had its hand in it in the video game process
@Pip_Pipston Probably! Sorry, I'm just fired up!
No probs. I was just as frustrated with the Mario pinsru running out before one of the tasks could be completed, so I getcha
@Pip_Pipston And you’re correct. It’s also worth noting that TPCi has a tendency of giving certain products a second printing or overprinting them, the most noticeable examples being the Hidden Fates GX tins, Walmart-exclusive box variants of those tins, and the recently-released Trainer’s Toolkit.
I thought this said it came with a real life sword at first.
@Noid That, I would definitely buy... To slay thy enemies!
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