Single Strike Urshifu VMAX League Battle Deck (TCG)
|Single Strike Urshifu VMAX League Battle Deck|
Strike Once and Finish It — with Urshifu VMAX!
Choose your moment, and strike with raw power! This Pokémon VMAX is yours in this powerful, League-ready deck for skilled Trainers and Pokémon TCG players. With a slew of cards including premium foil cards, sought-after power cards, and a well-tuned set of Pokémon and Trainer cards, the Single Strike Urshifu VMAX League Battle Deck does more than feature one of the most popular Pokémon of the Galar region: it puts together all the elements to support you in your next match against friends and neighbors, in person or online! Ready to play and loaded with the potent combos of Single Strike Urshifu VMAX, your deck will only need one big hit to take the win!
The Single Strike Urshifu VMAX League Battle Deck is one of two 60-card Theme Decks released on December 3, 2021. The deck is Play Level 2, indicating it is aimed at players with knowledge or experience of the TCG, thus includes more useful and competitive combinations of cards compared to Play Level 1 products. It features the Pokémon VMAX of Gigantamax Single Strike Style Urshifu from the Battle Styles expansion. Included with the decks are a deckbox, two coin condition markers, six damage-counter dice, a competition-legal coin-flip die, a Quick Guide, a Pokémon TCG rulebook, a rulebook, a Quick Guide, and a code card to unlock the deck in the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online.
This deck contains exclusive prints of 3 different cards:
- Non Holofoil print (×3) of Battle Styles Houndoom
- Non Holofoil print (×2) of Sword & Shield Oranguru
- Non Holofoil print (×3) of Sword & Shield Marnie
|086/163||Single Strike Urshifu||2×|
|085/163||Single Strike Urshifu||2×|
|058/072||Boss's Orders [Lysandre]||Su||2×|
|060/072||Professor's Research [Professor Juniper]||Su||4×|
|133/163||Single Strike Scroll of Scorn||I||2×|
|137/163||Tower of Darkness||St||4×|
|139/163||Urn of Vitality||I||4×|
|141/163||Single Strike Energy||E||4×|
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