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スターターセットV
V Starter Set Fire.jpg
V Starter Set Fire (Prerelease image)
Release date November 29, 2019
Coin SA Silver Scorbunny Coin.png

The V Starter Sets (Japanese: スターターセットV Starter Set V) are a collection of five Japanese-exclusive Standard Decks for the Pokémon Trading Card Game released on November 29, 2019. Collectively, it is the first card release for the Japanese S Era.

Information

Following the worldwide release of Pokémon Sword and Shield two weeks prior were five 60-card pre-constructed starter sets focusing on five of the eleven Types in the Pokémon Trading Card Game. These sets include:

V Starter Set Grass (Japanese: スターターセットV 草)
V Starter Set Fire (Japanese: スターターセットV 炎)
V Starter Set Water (Japanese: スターターセットV 水)
V Starter Set Lightning (Japanese: スターターセットV 雷)
V Starter Set Fighting (Japanese: スターターセットV 闘)

Each starter set premiers one Pokémon V for each of the featured five types and contains a fixed selection of cards. The decks include a number of basic Trainer cards to start out the new Generation of the Trading Card Game, plus supporting basic Energy cards. Every set also comes packaged with 44 damage counters, 2 status markers, a rulebook, a player's guide, a coin, and a playmat.

Those who purchased any two of the five V Starter Sets received a sealed pack of two copies of S-P Promo Rayquaza until supplies were exhausted.

Two related deluxe products were also made available from the same day. One of these was the 7-Eleven Limited Special Set: V Starter Set Fire (Japanese: セブン-イレブン限定スペシャルセット スターターセットV炎), which includes a commemorative Sword and Shield themed Deck Box and 64 pack sleeves. The other was the Toys "R" Us Limited Triple Starter Set V (Japanese: トイザらス限定 トリプルスターターセットV), which could only be purchased at Toys "R" Us stores. It is known to include the V Starter Sets Grass, Fire, and Water.

Deck lists

V Starter Set Grass
No. Card Type Quantity
001/023 CelebiV Grass
002/023 Roselia Grass
003/023 Cottonee Grass
004/023 Whimsicott Grass
005/023 Durant Grass
006/023 Grookey Grass
007/023 Thwackey Grass
008/023 Rillaboom Grass
009/023 Blipbug Grass
010/023 Snorlax Colorless
011/023 Energy Search I
012/023 Potion I
013/023 Quick Ball I
014/023 Great Ball I
015/023 Pokégear 3.0 I
016/023 Switch I
017/023 Pokémon Catcher I
018/023 Big Charm I
019/023 Professor's Research Su
020/023 Poké Kid Su
021/023 Pokémon Center Lady Su
022/023 Hop Su
023/023 Marnie Su
Grass Energy Grass E 18×

V Starter Set Fire
No. Card Type Quantity
001/023 Vulpix Fire
002/023 Ninetales Fire
003/023 VictiniV Fire
004/023 Heatmor Fire
005/023 Turtonator Fire
006/023 Scorbunny Fire
007/023 Raboot Fire
008/023 Cinderace Fire
009/023 Sizzlipede Fire
010/023 Minccino Colorless
011/023 Energy Search I
012/023 Crushing Hammer I
013/023 Evolution Incense I
014/023 Great Ball I
015/023 Rare Candy I
016/023 Pokégear 3.0 I
017/023 Switch I
018/023 Pokémon Catcher I
019/023 Vitality Band I
020/023 Professor's Research Su
021/023 Poké Kid Su
022/023 Hop Su
023/023 Marnie Su
Fire Energy Fire E 18×


V Starter Set Water
No. Card Type Quantity
001/023 Shellder Water
002/023 Cloyster Water
003/023 Krabby Water
004/023 Goldeen Water
005/023 Lapras Water
006/023 KeldeoV Water
007/023 Sobble Water
008/023 Drizzile Water
009/023 Inteleon Water
010/023 Cramorant Water
011/023 Energy Switch I
012/023 Energy Search I
013/023 Crushing Hammer I
014/023 Evolution Incense I
015/023 Great Ball I
016/023 Pokégear 3.0 I
017/023 Switch I
018/023 Pokémon Catcher I
019/023 Team Yell Grunt Su
020/023 Professor's Research Su
021/023 Poké Kid Su
022/023 Hop Su
023/023 Marnie Su
Water Energy Water E 18×

V Starter Set Lightning
No. Card Type Quantity
001/024 Pikachu Lightning
002/024 Raichu Lightning
003/024 Chinchou Lightning
004/024 Joltik Lightning
005/024 Galvantula Lightning
006/024 Tapu KokoV Lightning
007/024 Yamper Lightning
008/024 Boltund Lightning
009/024 Morpeko Lightning
010/024 Drampa Colorless
011/024 Wooloo Colorless
012/024 Energy Retrieval I
013/024 Energy Search I
014/024 Great Ball I
015/024 Pokégear 3.0 I
016/024 Switch I
017/024 Pokémon Catcher I
018/024 Rotom Bike I
019/024 Vitality Band I
020/024 Professor's Research Su
021/024 Bede Su
022/024 Poké Kid Su
023/024 Hop Su
024/024 Marnie Su
Lightning Energy Lightning E 18×


V Starter Set Fighting
No. Card Type Quantity
001/024 Diglett Fighting
002/024 Dugtrio Fighting
003/024 Rhyhorn Fighting
004/024 Baltoy Fighting
005/024 RegirockV Fighting
006/024 Mudbray Fighting
007/024 Mudsdale Fighting
008/024 Silicobra Fighting
009/024 Sandaconda Fighting
010/024 Clobbopus Fighting
011/024 Stonjourner Fighting
012/024 Energy Search I
013/024 Quick Ball I
014/024 Great Ball I
015/024 Pal Pad I
016/024 Pokégear 3.0 I
017/024 Switch I
018/024 Pokémon Catcher I
019/024 Sitrus Berry I
020/024 Professor's Research Su
021/024 Poké Kid Su
022/024 Pokémon Center Lady Su
023/024 Hop Su
024/024 Marnie Su
Fighting Energy Fighting E 18×



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