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With the start of the XY BREAK Series being the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion on November 4, 2015, a vast amount of different promotional boxes, play accessories, and other merchandise were made available to players and collectors of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] alike. The following is a chronological list of all TCG related merchandise made available during this Series of the card game.
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The release of the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion on November 4, 2015 marked the start of the XY BREAK Series, essentially a continuation of the XY Series with particular focus on the {{TCG|Pokémon BREAK}} mechanic that would go on to be a facet of the expansions that followed. An array of promotional boxes, play accessories, and other merchandise was made available to players and collectors of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] alike. The following is a chronological list of all TCG related merchandise made available during this Series.
   
 
==BREAKthrough Theme Decks==
 
==BREAKthrough Theme Decks==
The first products made available for the XY BREAK Series were the two {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released for the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion on November 4, 2015. Featuring {{p|Raichu}} and {{p|Noivern}} respectively, the {{TCG|Burning Spark}} and {{TCG|Night Striker}} decks are loosely based on the Japanese {{TCG|Raichu BREAK Evolution Pack|Raichu BREAK}} and {{TCG|Noivern BREAK Evolution Pack}}s. Burning Spark includes {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Lightning}} Pokémon, while Night Striker includes {{ct|Psychic}} and {{ct|Darkness}} Pokémon. Each Theme Deck also contained the typical damage counters, {{TCG|coin}}, playmat, deckbox, and code card for the {{TCGO}}. The featured coins are of Mega {{p|Mewtwo}}.
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The first products made available for the XY BREAK Series were the two {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released for the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion on November 4, 2015. Featuring {{p|Raichu}} and {{p|Noivern}} respectively, the {{TCG|Burning Spark}} and {{TCG|Night Striker}} decks are loosely based on the Japanese {{TCG|Raichu BREAK Evolution Pack|Raichu BREAK}} and {{TCG|Noivern BREAK Evolution Pack}}s. Burning Spark includes {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Lightning}} Pokémon, while Night Striker includes {{ct|Psychic}} and {{ct|Darkness}} Pokémon. Each Theme Deck also contained the typical damage counters, {{TCG|coin}}, playmat, deck box, and code card for the {{TCGO}}. The featured coins are of Mega {{p|Mewtwo}}.
   
 
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The {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, released November 4, 2015, came with two different pairs of promotional Blister Packs: two Single Pack Blisters and two Three Pack Blisters. For the first time since {{TCG|Primal Clash}}, not all the cards included are {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos}}. Each Three Pack Blister comes with a {{TCG|coin}}, three {{TCG|booster pack}}s, and one of two promotional cards: {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Sableye|92}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Celebi|93}}. The Single Pack Blisters comes with one booster pack, a coin, and one of two cards: XY Promo {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Jirachi|67}} or {{TCG|Furious Fists}} {{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Hawlucha|63}}.
 
The {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, released November 4, 2015, came with two different pairs of promotional Blister Packs: two Single Pack Blisters and two Three Pack Blisters. For the first time since {{TCG|Primal Clash}}, not all the cards included are {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos}}. Each Three Pack Blister comes with a {{TCG|coin}}, three {{TCG|booster pack}}s, and one of two promotional cards: {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Sableye|92}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Celebi|93}}. The Single Pack Blisters comes with one booster pack, a coin, and one of two cards: XY Promo {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Jirachi|67}} or {{TCG|Furious Fists}} {{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Hawlucha|63}}.
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'''Promotional cards:'''
 
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*{{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Hawlucha|63}} ({{TCG|Furious Fists}} 63/111; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Hawlucha|63}} ({{TCG|Furious Fists}} 63; Cosmos Holofoil)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Jirachi|67}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 67)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Jirachi|67}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 67)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Sableye|92}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 92)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Sableye|92}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 92)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Celebi|93}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 93)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Celebi|93}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 93)
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Chandelure|43}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 43/119; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Litwick|41}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 41)
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Lampent|42}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 42/119)
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Lampent|42}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 42)
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Litwick|41}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 41/119)
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Chandelure|43}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 43; Cosmos Holofoil)
*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Eelektross|65}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 65/160; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Tynamo|62}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 62)
*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Eelektrik|63}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 63/160)
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*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Eelektrik|63}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 63)
*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Tynamo|62}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 62/160)
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*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Eelektross|65}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 65; Cosmos Holofoil)
*{{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Noivern|77}} ({{TCG|Furious Fists}} 77/111; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Noivern|77}} ({{TCG|Furious Fists}} 77; Cosmos Holofoil)
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 74/119; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 74; Cosmos Holofoil)
*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Flygon|110}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 110/160; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Flygon|110}} ({{TCG|Primal Clash}} 110; Cosmos Holofoil)
   
 
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==Mega Mewtwo Collector's Album==
 
==Mega Mewtwo Collector's Album==
Also available in promotion for the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion on November 4, 2015 was the Mega Mewtwo Collector's Album, an album containing one pack from the expansion, and featuring both Mega Mewtwo on the front and {{p|Chesnaught}} on the back.
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Also available in promotion for the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion on November 4, 2015 was the '''Mega Mewtwo Collector's Album''', an album containing one pack from the expansion, and featuring both Mega Mewtwo on the front and {{p|Chesnaught}} on the back.
   
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==Zoroark Collector's Pin Blister==
 
==Zoroark Collector's Pin Blister==
 
{{bulbanews|Zoroark available to American ORAS players through Nintendo Network}}
 
{{bulbanews|Zoroark available to American ORAS players through Nintendo Network}}
Exclusive to {{wp|GameStop}} stores, the '''Zoroark Collector's Pin Blister''' was available in tandem with the release of the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion. Released November 4, 2015, the Pin Blister comes with booster packs from {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} and other recent expansions, and the exclusive Zoroark Pin.
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Exclusive to {{wp|GameStop}} stores, the '''Zoroark Collector's Pin Blister''' was available in tandem with the release of the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion. Released November 4, 2015, the Pin Blister comes with booster packs from {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} and other recent expansions, and an exclusive {{p|Zoroark}}{{TCG|pin}}.
   
 
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==Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection==
One of two Premium Collections officially released on November 4, 2015 with the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, the Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection featured the [[Hoenn]] region {{p|Blaziken}} as a variety of different promotional items. Included within each Premium Collection are 8 {{TCG|booster pack}}s (2 each from {{TCG|Primal Clash}}, {{TCG|Roaring Skies}}, {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}, and {{TCG|BREAKthrough}}), a playmat featuring Mega Blaziken, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blaziken-EX|54}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Blaziken-EX|86}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Blaziken-EX, and a {{TCG|coin}} featuring Mega Blaziken.
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One of two Premium Collections officially released on November 4, 2015 with the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, the '''Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection''' featured the [[Hoenn]] region {{p|Blaziken}} as a variety of different promotional items. Included within each Premium Collection are 8 {{TCG|booster pack}}s (2 each from {{TCG|Primal Clash}}, {{TCG|Roaring Skies}}, {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}, and {{TCG|BREAKthrough}}), a playmat featuring Mega Blaziken, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blaziken-EX|54}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Blaziken-EX|86}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Blaziken-EX, and a {{TCG|coin}} featuring Mega Blaziken.
   
The Mega Blaziken-EX and {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection}}s were made available exclusively to Target stores on October 19, 2015, causing a frenzy within the Pokémon community, due to the included BREAKthrough packs released before even prerelease tournaments began.
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The Mega Blaziken-EX and {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection}}s were released early in {{wp|Target Corporation|Target}} stores on October 19, 2015, causing a frenzy within the Pokémon community due to the included BREAKthrough packs, as prerelease events did not begin until the weekend of October 24 and 25, 2015.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blaziken-EX|54}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 54)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blaziken-EX|54}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 54)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Blaziken-EX|86}} (XY Promo 86)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Blaziken-EX|86}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 86)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Blaziken-EX|86}} (XY Promo 86; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Blaziken-EX|86}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 86; Jumbo)
   
 
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==Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection==
The second of two Premium Collections officially released on November 4, 2015 with the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, the Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection featured the [[Hoenn]] region {{p|Swampert}} as a variety of different promotional items. Included within each Premium Collection are 8 {{TCG|booster pack}}s (2 each from {{TCG|Primal Clash}}, {{TCG|Roaring Skies}}, {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}, and {{TCG|BREAKthrough}}), a playmat featuring Mega Swampert, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Swampert-EX|55}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Swampert-EX|87}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Swampert-EX, and a {{TCG|coin}} featuring Mega Swampert.
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The second of two Premium Collections officially released on November 4, 2015 with the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, the '''Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection''' featured the [[Hoenn]] region {{p|Swampert}} as a variety of different promotional items. Included within each Premium Collection are 8 {{TCG|booster pack}}s (2 each from {{TCG|Primal Clash}}, {{TCG|Roaring Skies}}, {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}, and {{TCG|BREAKthrough}}), a playmat featuring Mega Swampert, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Swampert-EX|55}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Swampert-EX|87}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Swampert-EX, and a {{TCG|coin}} featuring Mega Swampert.
 
The Mega Swampert-EX and {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection}}s were made available exclusively to Target stores on October 19, 2015, causing a frenzy within the Pokémon community, due to the included BREAKthrough packs released before even prerelease tournaments began.
 
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Swampert-EX|55}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 55)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Swampert-EX|55}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 55)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Swampert-EX|87}} (XY Promo 87)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Swampert-EX|87}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 87)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Swampert-EX|87}} (XY Promo 87; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Swampert-EX|87}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 87; Jumbo)
   
 
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==2015 World Championships Decks==
 
==2015 World Championships Decks==
The '''2015 World Championships Decks''' were released on November 18, 2015, a few months after the [[2015 World Championships]]. These four decks were chosen from the 12 Quarter-Finalists split between the 3 age groups from the Championships, each representing a different winning deck archetype used in the tournament. Each Deck comes with a Worlds 2015 themed Deckbox, a booklet about the championships, a non-tournament-legal print of the sixty card deck, and the 2015 World Championships Pin.
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The '''2015 World Championships Decks''' were released on November 18, 2015, a few months after the [[2015 World Championships]]. These four decks were chosen from the 12 Quarter-Finalists split between the 3 age groups from the Championships, each representing a different winning deck {{TCG|archetype}} used in the tournament. Each deck includes a deck box featuring visuals created for the tournament, a booklet detailing the events of the weekend, a non-tournament-legal print of the 60-card deck, and a 2015 World Championships {{TCG|Pin}}.
   
 
The four decks include the decks used by the three champions, with the fourth being Junior runner-up Alejandro Ng-Guzman's {{TCG|Primal Groudon}} Deck. The other three decks are Junior Champion Rowan Stavenow's {{TCG|The Flying Hammer}}, Senior Champion Patrick Martinez's {{TCG|Punches 'n' Bites}}, and Masters Champion Jacob Van Wagner's {{TCG|HonorStoise}}.
 
The four decks include the decks used by the three champions, with the fourth being Junior runner-up Alejandro Ng-Guzman's {{TCG|Primal Groudon}} Deck. The other three decks are Junior Champion Rowan Stavenow's {{TCG|The Flying Hammer}}, Senior Champion Patrick Martinez's {{TCG|Punches 'n' Bites}}, and Masters Champion Jacob Van Wagner's {{TCG|HonorStoise}}.
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==BREAKthrough Collector Chest==
 
==BREAKthrough Collector Chest==
Shortly after the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, the BREAKthrough Collector Chest was released on November 18, 2015. Much like the first {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Collector Chest}} released one year prior, the BREAKthrough Collector Chest features Mega {{p|Rayquaza}} and {{p|Hoopa}} Unbound on the front, and contains 5 booster packs, 3 promotional cards featuring {{p|Hoopa}}, {{p|Pikachu}}, and {{p|Chespin}}, a coin, 2 sticker sheets including Legendary Pokémon, a mini album to store cards, a Pokémon notepad, 4 pencils with a unique Pokémon design, and a bonus code card for the Pokémon TCG Online.
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Shortly after the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, the '''BREAKthrough Collector Chest''' was released on November 18, 2015. Much like the first {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Collector Chest}} released one year prior, the BREAKthrough Collector Chest features a metal clasp and plastic carrying handle, and is emblazoned with a design that covers the circumference of the tin. This design features {{me|Rayquaza}} and {{p|Hoopa}} {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Hoopa|Unbound}}. Each chest contains 5 booster packs, 3 promotional cards featuring {{p|Hoopa}}, {{p|Pikachu}}, and {{p|Chespin}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, 2 sticker sheets including Legendary Pokémon, a mini album to store cards, a Pokémon notepad, 4 pencils with a unique Pokémon design, and a bonus code card for the Pokémon TCG Online.
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Chespin|88}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 88)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Chespin|88}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 88)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu|89}} (XY Promo 89)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu|89}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 89)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Hoopa|90}} (XY Promo 90)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Hoopa|90}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 90)
   
 
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==Mega Evolution Three Pin Blister==
 
==Mega Evolution Three Pin Blister==
Also available on November 18, 2015 was the Mega Evolution Three Pin Blister. Included were three booster packs from the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, as well as the three pins originally available in the {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Mega Evolution Collector Pin Three Pack Blisters}}: Mega {{p|Charizard}} X, Mega Charizard Y, and Mega {{p|Lucario}}. There is no difference between the included pins and the earlier release.
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Also available on November 18, 2015 was the Mega Evolution Three Pin Blister. Included were three booster packs from the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} expansion, as well as the three {{TCG|pin}}s originally available in the {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Mega Evolution Collector Pin Three Pack Blisters}}: Mega {{p|Charizard}} X, Mega Charizard Y, and Mega {{p|Lucario}}. There is no difference between the included pins and the earlier release.
   
 
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'''Product images:'''
 
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==BREAKthrough Pin Blisters==
 
==BREAKthrough Pin Blisters==
Also released on November 18th, 2015, the BREAKthrough Pin Blisters feature both Mega Evolutions of the Genetic Pokémon {{p|Mewtwo}}. Each blister pack comes with one of the two pins, as well as three booster packs: two from {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} and one from {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}.
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Also released on November 18th, 2015, the BREAKthrough Pin Blisters feature both Mega Evolutions of the Genetic Pokémon {{p|Mewtwo}}. Each blister pack comes with one of the two {{TCG|pin}}s, as well as three booster packs: two from {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} and one from {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}.
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|image2=MegaMewtwoXPinBlister.jpg
 
|image2=MegaMewtwoXPinBlister.jpg
|caption2=Mega Mewtwo X Blister Pack
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|caption2=Mega Mewtwo X Pin Blister
 
|image3=MegaMewtwoYPinBlister.jpg
 
|image3=MegaMewtwoYPinBlister.jpg
|caption3=Mega Mewtwo Y Blister Pack
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|caption3=Mega Mewtwo Y Pin Blister
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
==Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection==
 
==Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection==
The Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection is one of two Legendary Collections released on November 18th, 2015. This Legendary Collection, much like the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection}}, includes 5 booster packs from recent expansions, a {{p|Pikachu}} pin, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|84}} {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Black Star Promo}}, and five promotional {{TCG|Full Art card}}s. The five promotional Full Arts are {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Palkia|75}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zekrom|76}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latias|78}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Black Kyurem|80}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Regigigas|82}}, which are five of the ten Full Art cards from the Japanese {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}}.
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The '''Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection''' is one of two Legendary Collections released on November 18, 2015. This Legendary Collection, much like the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection}}, includes 5 booster packs from recent expansions, a {{p|Pikachu}} {{TCG|pin}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|84}} {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Black Star Promo}}, and five promotional {{TCG|Full Art card}}s. The five promotional Full Arts are {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Palkia|75}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zekrom|76}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latias|78}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Black Kyurem|80}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Regigigas|82}}, which are five of the ten Full Art cards from the Japanese {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Palkia|75}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 75)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Palkia|75}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 75)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zekrom|76}} (XY Promo 76)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zekrom|76}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 76)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latias|78}} (XY Promo 78)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latias|78}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 78)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Black Kyurem|80}} (XY Promo 80)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Black Kyurem|80}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 80)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Regigigas|82}} (XY Promo 82)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Regigigas|82}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 82)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|84}} (XY Promo 84)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|84}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 84)
   
 
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'''Product images:'''
 
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|caption2=Pikachu-EX Collection
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|caption2=Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection
 
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}}
   
 
==Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection==
 
==Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection==
The Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection is the second of two Legendary Collections released on November 18th, 2015. This Legendary Collection, much like the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection}}, includes 5 booster packs from recent expansions, a {{p|Hoopa}} pin, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Hoopa-EX|85}} {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Black Star Promo}}, and five promotional {{TCG|Full Art card}}s. The five promotional Full Arts are {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Reshiram|74}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Dialga|77}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latios|79}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|White Kyurem|81}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Arceus|83}}, which are the remaining five of the ten Full Art cards from the Japanese {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}}.
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The '''Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection''' is the second of two Legendary Collections released on November 18, 2015. This Legendary Collection, much like the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection}}, includes 5 booster packs from recent expansions, a {{p|Hoopa}} {{TCG|pin}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Hoopa-EX|85}} {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Black Star Promo}}, and five promotional {{TCG|Full Art card}}s. The five promotional Full Arts are {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Reshiram|74}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Dialga|77}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latios|79}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|White Kyurem|81}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Arceus|83}}, which are the remaining five of the ten Full Art cards from the Japanese {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Reshiram|74}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 74)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Reshiram|74}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 74)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Dialga|77}} (XY Promo 77)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Dialga|77}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 77)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latios|79}} (XY Promo 79)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Latios|79}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 79)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|White Kyurem|81}} (XY Promo 81)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|White Kyurem|81}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 81)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Arceus|83}} (XY Promo 83)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Arceus|83}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 83)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Hoopa-EX|85}} (XY Promo 85)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Hoopa-EX|85}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 85)
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|image2=HoopaEXLegendaryCollection.jpg
|caption2=Hoopa-EX Collection
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|caption2=Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection
 
}}
 
}}
   
 
==Mega Mewtwo Collection==
 
==Mega Mewtwo Collection==
Another pair of promotional boxes released on November 18, 2015 were the Mega Mewtwo Collections. Featuring the Genetic Pokémon {{p|Mewtwo}}, each Mega Mewtwo Collection contains four XY Series {{TCG|booster pack}}s, one of two exclusive Mewtwo {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Black Star Promotional cards}}, and a figure detailing either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y. Boxes in {{wp|Toys "R" Us}} stores featured exclusive pearlescent versions of these figures. Due to safety concerns, this pair of promotional boxes was not available in Europe, with the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Mewtwo Box}} taking its place.
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Another pair of promotional boxes released on November 18, 2015 was the '''Mega Mewtwo Collections'''. Featuring the Genetic Pokémon {{p|Mewtwo}}, each Mega Mewtwo Collection contains four XY Series {{TCG|booster pack}}s, one of two exclusive Mewtwo {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Black Star Promotional cards}}, and a figure detailing either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y. Boxes in {{wp|Toys "R" Us}} stores featured exclusive pearlescent versions of these figures. Due to safety concerns, this pair of promotional boxes was not available in Europe, with the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Mewtwo Box}} taking its place.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|100}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 100)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|100}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 100)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|101}} (XY Promo 101)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|101}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 101)
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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==Mega Mewtwo Box==
 
==Mega Mewtwo Box==
The last pair of products released on November 18, 2015 were the two Mega Mewtwo Boxes. Each box contains one of two promotional Mewtwo cards, as well as 3 {{TCG|booster pack}}s and a {{TCG|Jumbo card}} of either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y—{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|63}} 63/162 or {{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|64}} 64/162. Due to safety concerns, this pair of promotional boxes is available in Europe as a replacement for the North American {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Mewtwo Collection}}s.
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The last pair of products released on November 18, 2015 was the two '''Mega Mewtwo Boxes'''. Each box contains one of two promotional Mewtwo cards, as well as 3 {{TCG|booster pack}}s and a {{TCG|Jumbo card}} of either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y—{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|63}} 63/162 or {{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|64}} 64/162. Due to safety concerns, this pair of promotional boxes is available in Europe as a replacement for the North American {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Mewtwo Collection}}s.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|100}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 100)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|100}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 100)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|101}} (XY Promo 101)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo|101}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 101)
 
*{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|63}} ({{TCG|BREAKthrough}} 63; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|63}} ({{TCG|BREAKthrough}} 63; Jumbo)
*{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|64}} (BREAKthrough 64; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|M Mewtwo-EX|64}} ({{TCG|BREAKthrough}} 64; Jumbo)
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|caption1=Mega Mewtwo X Box
 
|caption1=Mega Mewtwo X Box
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'''Product images:'''
 
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|background=003583
|border={{X color}}
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|border=D52828
 
|image1=AutumnRegionals2015 GoldHoopaSleeves.jpg
 
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==Pikachu Premium Pro Binder==
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==Pikachu Ultra Pro accessories==
The Pikachu Premium Pro Binder is a {{p|Pikachu}}-themed leatherette binder released near the end of November by Ultra Pro. It has 360 pockets able to hold cards and features the stock Sugimori Pikachu artwork seen on several other TCG products.
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Ultra Pro released two TCG products featuring [[Ken Sugimori]]'s stock art of {{p|Pikachu}} in late November 2015.
   
'''Product images:'''
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'''Flip Box:''' Each leatherette deck box can hold 100 sleeved cards and is secured shut with a magnet.
{{TCGMerchGallery
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:'''Pikachu Flip Box'''
|background={{X color}}
 
|border={{Y color}}
 
|image1=Pikachu Premium Pro Binder.jpg
 
|caption1=Premium Pro Binder
 
}}
 
   
==Pikachu Flip Box==
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'''Binder:''' Each leatherette binder can hold and display up to 360 cards.
The Pikachu Flip Box is a special Pikachu-themed leatherette deck box also released by Ultra Pro near the end of November. It can hold 100 sleeved cards and uses Ken Sugimori's Pikachu artwork.
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:'''Pikachu Premium Pro Binder'''
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|image1=Pikachu Flip Box.jpg
 
|caption1=Pikachu Flip Box
 
|caption1=Pikachu Flip Box
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|image2=Pikachu Premium Pro Binder.jpg
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|caption2=Pikachu Premium Pro Binder
 
}}
 
}}
   
==Charizard Binders==
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==Charizard Ultra Pro accessories==
{{anchor|Charizard 4-Pocket Portfolio}}
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Ultra Pro released numerous TCG storage and protection solutions in early December 2015, each of which feature stock artwork of {{p|Charizard}} by [[Ken Sugimori]].
{{anchor|Charizard 9-Pocket Portfolio}}
 
{{anchor|Charizard 3-Ring Binder}}
 
{{anchor|Charizard 9-Pocket Pro Binder}}
 
Released by Ultra Pro in early December 2015, four different Charizard Binders were available for purchase in retail stores. All featuring artwork by Ken Sugimori, there are a 4-Pocket Portfolio, a 9-Pocket Portfolio, a 3-Ring Binder, and a 9-Pocket Pro Binder.
 
   
'''Product images:'''
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'''Deck box:''' Each deck box can hold a full 60-card deck and comes packaged with 2 dividers.
{{TCGMerchGallery
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:'''Charizard Deck Box'''
|background={{X color}}
 
|border={{Y color}}
 
|image1=Charizard 4PocketPortfolio.jpg
 
|caption1=4-Pocket Portfolio
 
|image2=Charizard 9PocketPortfolio.jpg
 
|caption2=9-Pocket Portfolio
 
|image5=Charizard 9PocketProBinder.jpg
 
|caption5=9-Pocket Pro Binder
 
|image6=Charizard 3RingBinder.jpg
 
|caption6=3-Ring Binder
 
}}
 
   
==Charizard Deck Box==
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'''Playmat:''' Each single-player playmat provides a secure surface for people to play the Trading Card Game.
The Charizard Deck Box is a product released by Ultra Pro at the start of December 2015. It features the [[Ken Sugimori]] artwork for {{p|Charizard}}.
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:'''Charizard Playmat'''
   
'''Product images:'''
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'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains 65 card sleeves.
{{TCGMerchGallery
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:'''Charizard Sleeves'''
|background={{X color}}
 
|border={{Y color}}
 
|image1=Charizard DeckBox.jpg
 
|caption1=Deck Box
 
}}
 
   
==Charizard Sleeves==
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'''Binders:''' Four different binders were available at this time:
The Charizard Sleeves are a 65-count package of sleeves released by Ultra Pro at the start of December 2015. Like the Charizard Deck Box, they feature the [[Ken Sugimori]] artwork for {{p|Charizard}}.
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:The '''Charizard 4-Pocket Portfolio''' contains ten fixed pages that can store a maximum of 80 cards.
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:The '''Charizard 9-Pocket Portfolio''' also contains ten fixed pages and can hold up to 180 cards.
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:The '''Charizard 9-Pocket Pro Binder''' contains 20 fixed pages with an embossed low-friction black backing material with capacity to hold 360 cards.
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:The '''Charizard 3-Ring Binder''' features reinforced 2" D-rings able to accommodate approximately 200 nine-pocket pages.
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|caption1=Sleeves
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|caption1=Charizard Deck Box
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|image2=Charizard Playmat.jpg
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|caption2=Charizard Playmat
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|size2=200px
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|image3=Charizard Sleeves.jpg
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|caption3=Charizard Sleeves
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|image4=Charizard 4PocketPortfolio.jpg
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|caption4=Charizard 4-Pocket Portfolio
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|image5=Charizard 9PocketPortfolio.jpg
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|caption5=Charizard 9-Pocket Portfolio
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|image6=Charizard 9PocketProBinder.jpg
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|caption6=Charizard 9-Pocket Pro Binder
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|image7=Charizard 3RingBinder.jpg
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|caption7=Charizard 3-Ring Binder
 
}}
 
}}
   
==Charizard Playmat==
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==December 2015 accessories==
Released with the other Ultra Pro {{p|Charizard}} merchandise at the start of December 2015 was a playmat featuring the [[Ken Sugimori]] artwork for {{p|Charizard}}.
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For the first time since their increased feature as tournament prizes and collectible merchandise, [[The Pokémon Company International]] commissioned their own TCG accessories for retail release. These items collectively feature artwork originating from Japanese products, including the [[Ryota Murayama]] illustrations of {{p|Hoopa}} in its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Hoopa|Unbound form}} and {{Shiny}} {{me|Rayquaza}}, also used on {{TCG|Ancient Origins}} products, as well [[5ban Graphics]] artwork of {{me|Charizard}} in its X and Y forms.
   
'''Product images:'''
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'''Deck boxes:''' Each deck box can hold a full 60-card deck, have a snap Velcro closure, and come with 2 dividers.
{{TCGMerchGallery
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:'''Hoopa Unbound Deck Box'''
|background={{X color}}
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:'''Shiny Mega Rayquaza Deck Box'''
|border={{Y color}}
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:'''Mega Charizard Deck Box'''
|image1=Charizard Playmat.jpg
 
|caption1=Charizard Playmat
 
}}
 
   
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'''Playmats:''' Each single-player playmat is made of 3mm-thick neoprene, providing a stable surface for players to position their cards.
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:'''Hoopa Unbound Playmat'''
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:'''Shiny Mega Rayquaza Playmat'''
   
==December 2015 Playmats==
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'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains 65 card sleeves.
{{anchor|Hoopa Unbound Playmat}}
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:'''Hoopa Unbound Sleeves'''
{{anchor|Shiny Mega Rayquaza Playmat}}
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:'''Shiny Mega Rayquaza Sleeves'''
For the first time since their increased feature as tournament prizes and collectible merchandise, [[The Pokémon Company International]] commissioned their own playmats for retail release. In December 2015, two different play mats featuring the {{TCG|Ancient Origins}} [[Ryota Murayama]] {{p|Hoopa}} Unbound artwork or the Shiny Mega {{p|Rayquaza}} were released.
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:'''Mega Charizard Sleeves'''
   
 
'''Product images:'''
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|image1=Hoopa Unbound Play Mat Box.jpg
 
|caption1=Hoopa Unbound Packaging
 
|size1=50px
 
|image2=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Play Mat Box.jpg
 
|caption2=Mega Rayquaza Packaging
 
|size2=50px
 
|image3=Hoopa Unbound Play Mat.jpg
 
|caption3=Hoopa Unbound Playmat
 
|image4=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Play Mat.jpg
 
|caption4=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Playmat
 
}}
 
 
==December 2015 Deck Boxes==
 
{{anchor|Hoopa Unbound Deck Box}}
 
{{anchor|Shiny Mega Rayquaza Deck Box}}
 
{{anchor|Mega Charizard Deck Box}}
 
To go with the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|December 2015 Playmats}}, [[The Pokémon Company International]] also released a trio of Deck Boxes created in-house. The Deck Boxes feature either the {{TCG|Ancient Origins}} [[Ryota Murayama]] {{p|Hoopa}} Unbound artwork, the Shiny Mega {{p|Rayquaza}} Ryoto Murayama artwork, or Mega {{p|Charizard}} X and Mega Charizard Y artwork based on the [[5ban Graphics]] promotional Japanese artwork used for various products and promotions.
 
 
'''Product images:'''
 
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|image4=Mega Charizard Deck Box.jpg
 
|image4=Mega Charizard Deck Box.jpg
 
|caption4=Mega Charizard Deck Box
 
|caption4=Mega Charizard Deck Box
}}
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|image5=Hoopa Unbound Play Mat Box.jpg
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|caption5=Hoopa Unbound Packaging
==December 2015 Sleeves==
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|size5=50px
{{anchor|Hoopa Unbound Sleeves}}
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|image6=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Play Mat Box.jpg
{{anchor|Shiny Mega Rayquaza Sleeves}}
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|caption6=Mega Rayquaza Packaging
{{anchor|Mega Charizard Sleeves}}
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|size6=50px
Also available in December 2015, a trio of different card sleeves were made available. The sleeves will feature the same artworks as the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|December 2015 Deck Boxes}}: both the {{TCG|Ancient Origins}} [[Ryota Murayama]] {{p|Hoopa}} Unbound artwork and the Shiny Mega {{p|Rayquaza}}, as well as the promotional [[5ban Graphics]] Mega {{p|Charizard}} X and Mega Charizard Y artwork. There are 65 sleeves in each package.
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|image7=Hoopa Unbound Play Mat.jpg
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|caption7=Hoopa Unbound Playmat
'''Product images:'''
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|caption8=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Playmat
|border={{Y color}}
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|size8=200px
|image1=Hoopa Unbound Sleeves EN.jpg
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|image9=Hoopa Unbound Sleeves EN.jpg
|caption1=Hoopa Unbound Sleeves
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|caption9=Hoopa Unbound Sleeves
|image2=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Sleeves EN.jpg
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|image10=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Sleeves EN.jpg
|caption2=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Sleeves
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|caption10=Shiny Mega Rayquaza Sleeves
|image3=Mega Charizard Sleeves EN.jpg
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|image11=Mega Charizard Sleeves EN.jpg
|caption3=Mega Charizard Sleeves
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|caption11=Mega Charizard Sleeves
 
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'''Product images:'''
 
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The first products of the new year were a pair of pin blisters, featuring Mega {{p|Blaziken}} and Mega {{p|Swampert}}. Released January 4, 2016, each pin blister comes with 3 additional booster packs, along with one of the two pins.
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The first products of the new year were a pair of Pin Blisters, featuring {{me|Blaziken}} and {{me|Swampert}}. Released January 4, 2016, each blister comes with 3 additional booster packs, along with one of the two {{TCG|pin}}s.
   
 
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==Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection==
Released exclusively to Target on January 3, 2016 was a brand new Premium Collection, focused on the Prehistoric Pokémon, {{p|Aerodactyl}}. It became available to other retailers January 20, 2016. With the same amount of merchandise as the {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Mega Absol-EX Premium Collection}}, the Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection contains 6 {{TCG|booster pack}}s from recent XY Series expansions, a Mega Aerodactyl {{TCG|coin}} and pin, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, an {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl-EX|97}} promotional card, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl Spirit Link|99}}, and an {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Aerodactyl-EX|98}} promo as both a regular card and {{TCG|Jumbo card}}.
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A brand new Premium Collection focusing on the Prehistoric Pokémon, {{p|Aerodactyl}} was available exclusively at {{wp|Target Corporation|Target}} stores from January 3, 2016 before becoming more widely available on January 20, 2016. The '''Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection''' contains promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl-EX|97}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl Spirit Link|99}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Aerodactyl-EX|98}} cards, the latter both as a Regular and as a {{TCG|Jumbo card}}, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, a Mega Aerodactyl {{TCG|coin}} and {{TCG|pin}}, and 6 {{TCG|booster pack}}s from recent XY Series expansions.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl-EX|97}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 97)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl-EX|97}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 97)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Aerodactyl-EX|98}} (XY Promo 98)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Aerodactyl-EX|98}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 98)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Aerodactyl-EX|98}} (XY Promo 98; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Aerodactyl-EX|98}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 98; Jumbo)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl Spirit Link|99}} (XY Promo 99)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aerodactyl Spirit Link|99}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 99)
   
 
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==Aurorus-EX Box==
 
==Aurorus-EX Box==
Available to Target stores January 3, 2016 and other stores January 20, 2016 was the Aurorus-EX Box Jumbo card collection. The featured Aurorus-EX card was released in Japan as one of the promos for people who participated in the Pokémon Card Gym Tournaments from November 2015-January 2016. The box also contains a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]], and four booster packs from recent XY expansions, with an emphasis on {{TCG|BREAKthrough}}.
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Available to {{wp|Target Corporation|Target}} stores January 3, 2016 and other stores January 20, 2016 was the '''Aurorus-EX Box'''. The featured Aurorus-EX card was released in Japan as one of the promos for people who participated in the Pokémon Card Gym Tournaments from November 2015-January 2016. The box also contains a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]], and four booster packs from recent XY expansions, with an emphasis on {{TCG|BREAKthrough}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aurorus-EX|102}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 102)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aurorus-EX|102}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 102)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aurorus-EX|102}} (XY Promo 102; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Aurorus-EX|102}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 102; Jumbo)
   
 
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==BREAK Evolution Box==
 
==BREAK Evolution Box==
Released on January 4, 2016, the BREAK Evolution Box was the first product featuring promotional prints of the new Ultra Rare, {{TCG|Pokémon BREAK}}. Each BREAK Evolution Box contains three Pokémon BREAK promotional cards ({{TCG ID|XY Promo|Empoleon BREAK|134}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beheeyem BREAK|135}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Noctowl BREAK|136}}), a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} Empoleon BREAK, 5 booster packs, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''BREAK Evolution Box''' was released on January 4, 2016 and was the first in a line of boxed collections to feature promotional prints of the new {{TCG|Pokémon BREAK}}. Each box includes Pokémon BREAK that were released in Japan as {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards}}: {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Empoleon BREAK|134}} was given away as a redemption point prize at regional events, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beheeyem BREAK|135}} was included in copies of ''[[CoroCoro]] Ichiban!'', and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Noctowl BREAK|136}} was given to winners of Pokémon Card Gym tournaments. Each box also includes a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} Empoleon BREAK card, 5 booster packs, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Empoleon BREAK|134}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 134)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Empoleon BREAK|134}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 134)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Empoleon BREAK|134}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 134; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Empoleon BREAK|134}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 134; Jumbo)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beheeyem BREAK|135}} (XY Promo 135)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beheeyem BREAK|135}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 135)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Noctowl BREAK|136}} (XY Promo 136)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Noctowl BREAK|136}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 136)
   
 
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==January 2016 Pokémon Center accessories==
 
==January 2016 Pokémon Center accessories==
In mid-January 2016, the online {{OBP|Pokémon Center|store}} introduced a number of both previously Japanese-exclusive and English exclusive TCG accessories to the North American audience. Included in the release were playmats, sleeves, deckboxes, and 3-ring binders, some of which were part of larger collections of merchandise available on the store.
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In mid-January 2016, the online {{OBP|Pokémon Center|store}} introduced a number of both previously Japanese-exclusive and English exclusive TCG accessories to the North American audience. Included in the release were playmats, sleeves, deck boxes, and 3-ring binders, some of which were part of larger collections of merchandise available on the store.
   
'''Playmats:'''
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'''Deck boxes:''' Two new English-exclusive deck boxes were made available for purchase in January 2016. The first is {{p|Goomy}} themed from the [[We're Goomy Collection]], and the second is themed around [[Team Magma]] and [[Team Aqua]].
The only playmat newly available for January was the English-exclusive {{p|Goomy}} playmat from the [[We're Goomy Collection]]. The playmat displays Goomy in a number of decorated scenarios with various other Pokémon.
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'''Playmat:''' The only playmat newly available for January was the English-exclusive {{p|Goomy}} playmat from the [[We're Goomy Collection]]. The playmat displays Goomy in a number of decorated scenarios with various other Pokémon.
   
 
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'''Sleeves:'''
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'''Sleeves:''' The majority of sleeve packs released by the Pokémon Center in January 2016 were originally released in Japan. For the English release, each pack contains 65 card sleeves, and sells for a price of $7.99. Each sleeve received minor tweaks to the copyrights and design from its Japanese counterparts.
The six sets of sleeves released by the Pokémon Center in January 2016 were all originally released in Japan. For the English release, each pack contains 65 card sleeves, and sells for a price of $7.99. Each sleeve received minor tweaks to the copyrights and design from its Japanese counterparts.
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:The '''We're Goomy Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ヌメラだもの。''' ''Deck Shield: Numera Damono''), a part of the [[We're Goomy Collection]], were originally available in Japanese Pokémon Centers on March 14, 2015. For their English release, The Japanese text '''ヘイヘイ''' was translated into the English ''Hey Hey'', and the Japanese collection name was omitted completely, being replaced with more star graphics.
:We're Goomy Sleeves: The '''We're Goomy Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ヌメラだも''' ''Deck Shields: Numera Damono''), a part of the [[We're Goomy Collection]], were originally available in Japanese Pokémon Centers on March 14, 2015. For their English release, The Japanese text '''ヘイヘイ''' was translated into the English ''Hey Hey'', and the Japanese collection name was omitted completely, being replaced with more star graphics.
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:The '''Pikachu Tails Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ピカチュウしっぽ''' ''Deck Shield: Pikachu Tails'') were initially released in Japan on January 17, 2015. The design features a completely yellow background with Pikachu's stripes and tail. The English release modifies the copyright running across the bottom border.
:Pikachu Tails Sleeves: The '''Pikachu Tails Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ピカチュウのしっぽ''' ''Deck Shields: Pikachu Tails'') were initially released in Japan on January 17, 2015. The design features a completely yellow background with Pikachu's stripes and tail. The English release modifies the copyright running across the bottom border.
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:The '''Poké Ball Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド モンスターボール柄''' ''Deck Shield: Poké Ball Design'') were released alongside the Pikachu Tails Sleeves in Japan on January 17, 2015. They sport the silhouettes of various Pokémon behind a basic Poké Ball design. The English release modifies the text along the bottom border.
:Poké Ball Sleeves: The '''Poké Ball Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド モンスターボール柄''' ''Deck Shields: Poké Ball Design'') were released alongside the Pikachu Tails Sleeves in Japan on January 17, 2015. They sport the silhouettes of various Pokémon behind a basic Poké Ball design. The English release modifies the text along the bottom border.
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:The '''Team Magma and Team Aqua Sleeves''' are the only set of sleeves in the group that did not have a Japanese release. Featured in the design are the logos for Team Aqua and Team Magma, as well as silhouettes of {{p|Kyogre}} and {{p|Groudon}}.
:Team Magma and Team Aqua Sleeves: The '''Team Magma and Team Aqua Sleeves''' are the only set of sleeves in the group that did not have a Japanese release. Featured in the design are the logos for Team Aqua and Team Magma, as well as silhouettes of {{p|Kyogre}} and {{p|Groudon}}.
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:Originally released to Japanese Pokémon Centers one year prior on January 17, 2015, the '''Flygon Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 天体観測''' ''Deck Shield: Celestial Observation'') feature various Hoenn Pokémon staring up at a starry night sky. The illustration was drawn by [[sui]]. The only differences between the two prints are copyrights.
:Flygon Sleeves: Originally released to Japanese Pokémon Centers one year prior on January 17, 2015, the Flygon Sleeves (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 天体観測''' ''Deck Shields: Celestial Observation'') feature various Hoenn Pokémon staring up at a starry night sky. The illustration was drawn by [[sui]]. The only differences between the two prints are copyrights.
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:Released in Japan on March 14, 2015, the '''Dragonite Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド カイリュー''' ''Deck Shield: Dragonite'') were the last of the sleeves available via the English Pokémon Center website mid January 2016. The scene portrayed is of Dragonite flying above a bed of flowers with {{p|Altaria}} and {{p|Bagon}}. The illustration was drawn by [[Kanako Eo]]. The only difference between the English and Japanese prints is the copyright information.
:Dragonite Sleeves: Released in Japan on March 14, 2015, the Dragonite Sleeves (Japanese: '''デッキシールド カイリュー''' ''Deck Shields: Dragonite'') were the last of the sleeves available via the English Pokémon Center website mid January 2016. The scene portrayed is of Dragonite flying above a bed of flowers with {{p|Altaria}} and {{p|Bagon}}. The illustration was drawn by [[Kanako Eo]]. The only difference between the English and Japanese prints is the copyright information.
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'''Binder:''' Much like the playmat for January 2016, the only binder newly available for January was the English-exclusive {{p|Goomy}} 3-ring binder from the [[We're Goomy Collection]]. The binder displays Goomy in a number of decorated scenarios with various other Pokémon.
Much like the playmat for January 2016, the only binder newly available for January was the English-exclusive {{p|Goomy}} 3-ring binder from the [[We're Goomy Collection]]. The binder displays Goomy in a number of decorated scenarios with various other Pokémon.
 
   
 
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'''Deckboxes:'''
 
Two new English-exclusive deckboxes were made available for purchase in January 2016. The first is {{p|Goomy}} themed from the [[We're Goomy Collection]], and the second is themed around [[Team Magma]] and [[Team Aqua]].
 
 
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==BREAKpoint Theme Decks==
 
==BREAKpoint Theme Decks==
The {{TCG|Wave Slasher}} and {{TCG|Electric Eye}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on February 3, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion. Wave Slasher features {{TCG|Greninja}} and {{ct|Water}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, while Electric Eye features {{TCG|Luxray}} and {{ct|Lightning}} and {{ct|Psychic}} Pokémon. They come with a deckbox, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}} (Mega Gyarados), and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The {{TCG|Wave Slasher}} and {{TCG|Electric Eye}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on February 3, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion. Wave Slasher features {{TCG|Greninja}} and {{ct|Water}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, while Electric Eye features {{TCG|Luxray}} and {{ct|Lightning}} and {{ct|Psychic}} Pokémon. They come with a deck box, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}} (Mega Gyarados), and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
Starting May 2, 2016, the two Theme Decks contained new Mega Gyarados coins: Wave Slasher contained a Large-sized, Red Confetti Holofoil, coin while Electric Eye contained a Large-sized, Silver Cracked Ice Holofoil coin.
 
Starting May 2, 2016, the two Theme Decks contained new Mega Gyarados coins: Wave Slasher contained a Large-sized, Red Confetti Holofoil, coin while Electric Eye contained a Large-sized, Silver Cracked Ice Holofoil coin.
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==BREAKpoint Blisters==
 
==BREAKpoint Blisters==
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{{anchor|BREAKpoint Three Pack Blisters}}
Released concurrently with the {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a {{TCG|booster pack}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu|95}} or {{TCG|Phantom Forces}} {{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Pyroar|12}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Umbreon|96}}. These Blister Packs introduced four new Pokémon coins: a Silver Pixel Holo Pikachu, a Blue Cracked Ice Holo Deoxys, an Orange Rainbow-Mirror Holo Victini, and a Silver Pixel Holo Genesect.
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Released concurrently with the {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a {{TCG|booster pack}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu|95}} or {{TCG|Phantom Forces}} {{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Pyroar|12}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Umbreon|96}}. These Blister Packs introduced four new Pokémon coins: a Silver Pixel Holofoil Pikachu, a Blue Cracked Ice Holofoil Deoxys, an Orange Rainbow Holofoil Victini, and a Silver Pixel Holofoil Genesect.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Pyroar|12}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 12/119; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Pyroar|12}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 12; Cosmos Holofoil)
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} (Phantom Forces 74/119; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 74; Cosmos Holofoil)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu|95}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 95)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu|95}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 95)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Umbreon|96}} (XY Promo 96)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Umbreon|96}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 96)
   
 
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==BREAKpoint Elite Trainer Box==
 
==BREAKpoint Elite Trainer Box==
The BREAKpoint expansion brings with it another installment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring {{me|Gyarados}}, it was released on February 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Atrocious Pokémon, a coin flip die, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|BREAKpoint Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
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The BREAKpoint expansion brings with it another instalment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring {{me|Gyarados}}, it was released on February 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Atrocious Pokémon, a coin-flip die, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|BREAKpoint Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
   
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==BREAKpoint Collector's Album==
 
==BREAKpoint Collector's Album==
A Collector's Album was made available on February 3, 2016 to accompany the newly released {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion. The BREAKpoint Collector's Album can carry up to 60 cards, and features {{p|Luxray}} on the front and {{p|Greninja}} on the back. PAckaged with it is one booster pack from the expansion.
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A Collector's Album was made available on February 3, 2016 to accompany the newly released {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} expansion. The BREAKpoint Collector's Album features {{p|Luxray}} on the front and {{p|Greninja}} on the back and can hold up to 60 cards. Each Collector's Album also comes with one BREAKpoint booster pack.
   
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==BREAKpoint Pin Blisters==
 
==BREAKpoint Pin Blisters==
Two different {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} Pin Blisters were released on February 17, 2016. They feature either {{Shiny}} {{me|Gyarados}} or {{me|Scizor}}. Each blister contains three BREAKpoint booster packs in addition to the pin.
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Two different {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} Pin Blisters were released on February 17, 2016. They feature either {{Shiny}} {{me|Gyarados}} or {{me|Scizor}}. Each blister contains three BREAKpoint booster packs in addition to the {{TCG|pin}}.
   
 
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Mew==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Mew==
To celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary]], several products based on [[Mythical Pokémon]] were released throughout 2016 under the title of Mythical Pokémon Collections, coinciding with scheduled event distributions. The first of these products features {{p|Mew}} and was released February 22, 2016. This collection was the first product to include {{TCG|Generations}} {{TCG|booster pack}}s, which could only be found in 20th Anniversary-branded merchandise and not in booster boxes. This release model saw a large demand for the Mew and subsequent Celebi collections, causing many retailers to increase their sale price. In addition to the 2 booster packs, the collection includes a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mew|110}} card, a Mew pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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To celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary]], several products based on [[Mythical Pokémon]] were released throughout 2016 under the title of Mythical Pokémon Collections, coinciding with scheduled event distributions. The first of these products features {{p|Mew}} and was released February 22, 2016. This collection was the first product to include {{TCG|Generations}} {{TCG|booster pack}}s, which could only be found in 20th Anniversary-branded merchandise and not in booster boxes. This release model saw a large demand for the Mew and subsequent Celebi collections, causing many retailers to increase their sale price. In addition to the 2 booster packs, the collection includes a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mew|110}} card, a Mew {{TCG|pin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection==
 
==Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection==
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The '''Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection''' was released on February 24, 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional {{Shiny}} {{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Gyarados|20}} card, a figure of Shiny {{me|Gyarados}}, and a {{TCGO}} code card. Like previous figure boxes, this product was not sold in Europe, being replaced by the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Shiny Mega Gyarados Box}}.
The Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection was released on February 24, 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional {{Shiny}} {{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Gyarados|20}} card, a figure of Shiny {{me|Gyarados}}, and a {{TCGO}} code card. Like previous figure boxes, this product was not sold in Europe, being replaced by the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Shiny Mega Gyarados Box}}.
 
   
 
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==Shiny Mega Gyarados Box==
 
==Shiny Mega Gyarados Box==
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The Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection was replaced in Europe by the '''Shiny Mega Gyarados Box''' and was released on February 24, 2016. It features promotional {{Shiny}} cards of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Gyarados|109}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Magikarp|143}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Gyarados-EX card, three booster packs of recent expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
The Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection was replaced in Europe by the Shiny Mega Gyarados Box and was released on February 24, 2016. It features promotional {{Shiny}} cards of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Gyarados|109}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Magikarp|143}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Gyarados-EX card, three booster packs of recent expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
 
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Magikarp|143}} (XY Promo 143)
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*{{TCG ID|BREAKpoint|M Gyarados-EX|27}} ({{TCG|BREAKpoint}} 27; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|BREAKpoint|M Gyarados-EX|27}} ({{TCG|BREAKpoint}} 27; Jumbo)
   
 
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection-Celebi==
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Celebi==
The Mythical Pokémon Collection-Celebi is the second of several products based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features {{p|Celebi}} and was released March 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Celebi|111}} card, a pin of the Mythical Time Travel Pokémon, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Celebi''' is the second of several products based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features the Mythical Time Travel Pokémon {{p|Celebi}} and was released March 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, a promotional {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Celebi|111}} card, a Celebi {{TCG|pin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Triple Power Tins==
 
==Triple Power Tins==
Released on March 9, 2016, the '''Triple Power Tins''' feature alternate artwork reprints of three [[Generation 1]] Pokémon: [[Machamp-EX (Ancient Origins 37)|Machamp-EX]] from {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}, [[Mewtwo-EX (BREAKthrough 62)|Mewtwo-EX]] from {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} and [[Gyarados-EX (BREAKpoint 26)|Gyarados-EX]] from {{TCG|BREAKpoint}}. Each tin also contains 4 booster packs from recent expansions, and a code card for the [[Trading Card Game Online|TCGO]] that unlocks a full 60-card deck.
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Released on March 9, 2016, the '''Triple Power Tins''' feature alternate artwork reprints of three [[Generation I]] Pokémon: [[Machamp-EX (Ancient Origins 37)|Machamp-EX]] from {{TCG|Ancient Origins}}, [[Mewtwo-EX (BREAKthrough 62)|Mewtwo-EX]] from {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} and [[Gyarados-EX (BREAKpoint 26)|Gyarados-EX]] from {{TCG|BREAKpoint}}. Each tin also contains 4 booster packs from recent expansions, and a code card for the [[Trading Card Game Online|TCGO]] that unlocks a full 60-card deck.
   
 
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==Charizard-EX Red & Blue Collection==
 
==Charizard-EX Red & Blue Collection==
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The '''Charizard-EX Red & Blue Collection''' was the first of several products based on the [[Evolution|evolved]] forms of the [[starter Pokémon|starters]] from [[Pokémon Red & Blue]] and {{p|Pikachu}} as part of the ongoing [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary]] celebration. This product features {{p|Charizard}} and was released on March 19, 2016. The contents of the North American and European collections differ; both contain four {{TCG|Generations}} booster packs, exclusive to 20th Anniversary-related TCG merchandise, as well as a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} card and accompanying {{TCGO}} code card. The North American collection includes a sculpted Charizard figure, while the European collection instead includes a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} version of the Charizard-EX promotional card.
The Charizard-EX Red & Blue Collection is the first of several products based around the starters of [[Pokémon Red & Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] ({{p|Pikachu}}) in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features {{p|Charizard}} and was released March 19, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} card, a sculpted figure of Charizard, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 121)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 121)
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==Charizard-EX Red & Blue Box==
 
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The Charizard-EX Red & Blue Collection was replaced in Europe by the Charizard-EX Red & Blue Box and was released on March 19, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} card, a Jumbo card of the aforementioned Promo, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 121)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Charizard-EX|121}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 121; Jumbo)
 
 
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Jirachi==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Jirachi==
{{p|Jirachi}} is the third of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on April 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Jirachi|112}} card, a Jirachi pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Jirachi''' was the third product in the Mythical Pokémon Collection line, released as part of the ongoing [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]] celebrations. It became available from April 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through 20th Anniversary-related merchandise), a promotional {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Jirachi|112}} card, a {{p|Jirachi}} {{TCG|pin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Ash-Greninja-EX Box==
 
==Ash-Greninja-EX Box==
The '''Ash-Greninja-EX Box''' was released on April 13, 2016. The box features a promotional {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} card of the [[Ash's Greninja#Ash-Greninja|Ash-Greninja]] form seen in the anime, as both a regular card and a {{TCG|Jumbo card}}. The card was originally given in Japan to people who visited the Pokémon booth at the 43rd Next Generation World Hobby Fair. The box also comes with 4 booster packs from recent expansions and a code card for the [[Trading Card Game Online|TCGO]].
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The '''Ash-Greninja-EX Box''' was released on April 13, 2016. The box features a promotional {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} card of the {{DL|Ash's Greninja|Ash-Greninja|Ash-Greninja}} form seen in the anime, as both a regular card and a {{TCG|Jumbo card}}. The card was originally given in Japan to people who visited the Pokémon booth at the 43rd Next Generation World Hobby Fair. The box also comes with 4 booster packs from recent expansions and a code card for the [[Trading Card Game Online|TCGO]].
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ash-Greninja-EX|133}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 133)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ash-Greninja-EX|133}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 133)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ash-Greninja-EX|133}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 133; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ash-Greninja-EX|133}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 133; Jumbo)
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==XY Trainer Kit: Pikachu Libre & Suicune==
 
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Darkrai==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Darkrai==
{{p|Darkrai}} is the fourth of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on May 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Darkrai|114}} card, a Darkrai pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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A fourth Mythical Pokémon Collection featuring the Pitch-Black Pokémon {{p|Darkrai}} was released on May 1, 2016, coinciding with beginning of its {{DL|Pokémon 20th Anniversary|Event distributions|20th Anniversary distribution}} for the [[Pokémon games]]. Each '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Darkrai''' includes two {{TCG|Generations}} {{TCG|booster pack}}s, a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Darkrai|114}} promotional card, a Darkrai {{TCG|pin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Mega Mawile-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Mawile-EX Premium Collection==
Released on May 2, 2016 was another Premium Collection, focused on the {{ct|Fairy}} Pokémon, {{p|Mawile}}. With the same amount of merchandise as the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection}}, the Mega Mawile-EX Premium Collection contains 6 {{TCG|booster pack}}s from recent XY Series expansions, a Mega Mawile {{TCG|coin}} and pin, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Mawile-EX|185}} promotional card, {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Mawile Spirit Link|188}}, and a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Mawile-EX|186}} promo as both a regular card and {{TCG|Jumbo card}}.
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Released on May 2, 2016 was another Premium Collection, focused on the {{ct|Fairy}} Pokémon, {{p|Mawile}}. With the same amount of merchandise as the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection}}, the '''Mega Mawile-EX Premium Collection''' contains 6 {{TCG|booster pack}}s from recent XY Series expansions, a Mega Mawile {{TCG|coin}} and {{TCG|pin}}, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Mawile-EX|185}} promotional card, {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Mawile Spirit Link|188}}, and a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Mawile-EX|186}} promo as both a regular card and {{TCG|Jumbo card}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mawile-EX|103}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 103)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mawile-EX|103}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 103)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Mawile-EX|104}} (XY Promo 104)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Mawile-EX|104}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 104)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Mawile-EX|104}} (XY Promo 104; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mawile Spirit Link|105}} (XY Promo 105)
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==Fates Collide Theme Decks==
 
==Fates Collide Theme Decks==
The {{TCG|Battle Ruler}} and {{TCG|Sky Guardian}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on May 3, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|Fates Collide}} expansion. Battle Ruler features {{TCG|Zygarde}} and {{ct|Fighting}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, while Sky Guardian features {{TCG|Lugia}} and {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Fairy}} Pokémon. They come with a deckbox, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The {{TCG|Battle Ruler}} and {{TCG|Sky Guardian}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on May 3, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|Fates Collide}} expansion. Battle Ruler features {{TCG|Zygarde}} and {{ct|Fighting}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, while Sky Guardian features {{TCG|Lugia}} and {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Fairy}} Pokémon. They come with a deck box, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Fates Collide Elite Trainer Box==
 
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The Fates Collide expansion brings with it another instalment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring {{me|Alakazam}}, it was released on May 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Psi Pokémon, a coin-flip die, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|Fates Collide Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
The Fates Collide expansion brings with it another installment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring {{me|Alakazam}}, it was released on May 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Psi Pokémon, a coin flip die, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|Fates Collide Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
   
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==Fates Collide Blisters==
 
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Released concurrently with the {{TCG|Fates Collide}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a {{TCG|booster pack}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pansear|131}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Gastly|132}} promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion, a coin and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Vivillon|137}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Froakie|138}}.
 
Released concurrently with the {{TCG|Fates Collide}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a {{TCG|booster pack}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pansear|131}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Gastly|132}} promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion, a coin and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Vivillon|137}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Froakie|138}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pansear|131}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 131)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pansear|131}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 131)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Gastly|132}} (XY Promo 132)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Gastly|132}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 132)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Vivillon|137}} (XY Promo 137)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Vivillon|137}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 137)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Froakie|138}} (XY Promo 138)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Froakie|138}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 138)
   
 
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==Fates Collide Pin Blisters==
 
==Fates Collide Pin Blisters==
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Two different {{TCG|Fates Collide}} Pin Blisters were released in May 2016. They feature either {{me|Alakazam}} or {{p|Zygarde}}. Each blister contains three Fates Collide booster packs in addition to the {{TCG|pin}}.
Two different {{TCG|Fates Collide}} Pin Blisters were released in May 2016. They feature either {{me|Alakazam}} or {{p|Zygarde}}. Each blister contains three Fates Collide booster packs in addition to the pin.
 
   
 
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==Fates Collide Portfolios==
 
==Fates Collide Portfolios==
 
Released on May 2, 2016 with the {{TCG|Fates Collide}} expansion was also 4-Pocket and 9-Pocket Portfolios featuring the four booster pack artworks from the BREAKthrough expansion. The 4-Pocket Portfolio features the booster pack artwork for Mega Alakazam and Delphox BREAK, while the 9 Pocket Portfolio features the artwork for Zygarde Complete Forme and Lugia BREAK.
 
Released on May 2, 2016 with the {{TCG|Fates Collide}} expansion was also 4-Pocket and 9-Pocket Portfolios featuring the four booster pack artworks from the BREAKthrough expansion. The 4-Pocket Portfolio features the booster pack artwork for Mega Alakazam and Delphox BREAK, while the 9 Pocket Portfolio features the artwork for Zygarde Complete Forme and Lugia BREAK.
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==Shiny Kalos Tins==
 
==Shiny Kalos Tins==
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}}
   
 
==Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Collection==
 
==Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Collection==
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The '''Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Collection''' was the second of several [[Generation I]]-centric collections celebrating the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features {{p|Blastoise}} and was released May 18, 2016. As with the initial [[#Charizard-EX Red & Blue Collection|Charizard Collection]], this one has a North American version and European version. Both regional variants come packaged with four {{TCG|Generations}} booster packs, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} card, and a {{TCGO}} code card. The North American version features an exclusive sculpted Blastoise figure; the European version substitutes the figure for a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} Blastoise-EX promotional card.
The Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Collection is the second of several products based around the starters of [[Pokémon Red & Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] ({{p|Pikachu}}) in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features {{p|Blastoise}} and was released May 18, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} card, a sculpted figure of Blastoise, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 122)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 122)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 122; Jumbo)
   
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==Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Box==
 
{{anchor|Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Box}}
 
The Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Collection was replaced in Europe by the Blastoise-EX Red & Blue Box and was released on May 18, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} card, a Jumbo card of the aforementioned Promo, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 122)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Blastoise-EX|122}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 122; Jumbo)
 
 
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Manaphy==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Manaphy==
{{p|Manaphy}} is the fifth of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on June 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Manaphy|113}} card, a Manaphy pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Manaphy''' was the fifth [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary]] product to center on one of the [[Mythical Pokémon]] distributed as part of the yearlong celebration. The collection was released on June 1, 2016 and includes two {{TCG|Generations}} {{TCG|booster pack}}s, a promotional {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Manaphy|113}} card, a {{p|Manaphy}} {{TCG|pin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
*[[Machamp (Furious Fists 46)|Machamp]] ({{TCG|Furious Fists}} 46; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Furious Fists|Machamp|46}} ({{TCG|Furious Fists}} 46; Cosmos Holofoil)
*[[Gengar (BREAKthrough 60)|Gengar]] ({{TCG|BREAKthrough}} 60; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|BREAKthrough|Gengar|60}} ({{TCG|BREAKthrough}} 60; Cosmos Holofoil)
*[[Gyarados (Ancient Origins 20)|Gyarados]] ({{TCG|Ancient Origins}} 20; Cosmos Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Gyarados|20}} ({{TCG|Ancient Origins}} 20; Cosmos Holofoil)
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|caption2=Gengar Tin
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|image3=Gyarados Pokémon Champions Tin.jpg
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|caption3=Gyarados Tin
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==Zygarde Collection==
 
==Zygarde Collection==
The Zygarde Collection was released on June 15, 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}} card, a figure of Zygarde, and a {{TCGO}} code card. Like previous figure boxes, this product was not sold in Europe, being replaced by the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Zygarde Box}}.
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The '''Zygarde Collection''' was released on June 15, 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}} card, a figure of Zygarde, and a {{TCGO}} code card. Like previous figure boxes, this product was not sold in Europe, being replaced by the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Zygarde Box}}.
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 152)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 152)
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==Zygarde Box==
 
==Zygarde Box==
The Zygarde Collection was replaced in Europe by the Zygarde Box and was released on June 15, 2016. It features a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} Zygarde card, three booster packs of recent expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The Zygarde Collection was replaced in Europe by the '''Zygarde Box''' and was released on June 15, 2016. It features a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}}, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} Zygarde card, three booster packs of recent expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 152)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Zygarde|152}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 152)
 
*{{TCG ID|Fates Collide|Zygarde-EX|54}} ({{TCG|Fates Collide|Fates Collide}} 54; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|Fates Collide|Zygarde-EX|54}} ({{TCG|Fates Collide|Fates Collide}} 54; Jumbo)
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Shaymin==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Shaymin==
{{p|Shaymin}} is the sixth of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on July 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Shaymin|115}} card, a Shaymin pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The sixth Mythical Pokémon Collection features {{p|Shaymin}} and was available from July 1, 2016 to coincide with its {{DL|Pokémon 20th Anniversary|Event distributions|20th Anniversary distribution}}. Each box contains two limited edition {{TCG|Generations}} {{TCG|booster pack}}s, a promotional {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Shaymin|115}} card, a Shaymin {{TCG|pin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Generations Elite Trainer Box==
 
==Generations Elite Trainer Box==
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The special {{TCG|Generations}} expansion also saw the release of an accompanying Elite Trainer Box. Featuring the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]] logo, it was released on July 1, 2016 [[Pokémon Center (store)|online at the Pokémon Center store]]. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves with an exclusive design, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, a coin-flip die, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|Generations Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, a {{TCGO}} code card, and a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Shaymin-EX|148}} card. It was subsequently made available through other retailers from September 2016.
The special Generations expansion brings with it another Elite Trainer Box. Featuring the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]] logo, it was released on July 1, 2016 [[Pokémon Center (store)|online at the Pokémon Center store]]. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the 20th Anniversary logo, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, a coin flip die, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|Generations Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, a {{TCGO}} code card, and a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Shaymin-EX|148}} card. It is to be made available through other sales channels starting in September.
 
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Shaymin-EX|148}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 148)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Shaymin-EX|148}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 148)
   
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==Generations Portfolio==
 
==Generations Portfolio==
A 4-Pocket portfolio featuring the four booster pack artworks from the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion was released.
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A 4-Pocket portfolio featuring the four booster pack artworks from the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion was released in July 2016.
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==BREAK Evolution Box: Ho-Oh and Lugia==
 
==BREAK Evolution Box: Ho-Oh and Lugia==
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ho-Oh BREAK|154}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 154)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ho-Oh BREAK|154}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 154)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ho-Oh BREAK|154}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 154; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Ho-Oh BREAK|154}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 154; Jumbo)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Wobbuffet BREAK|155}} (XY Promo 155)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Wobbuffet BREAK|155}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 155)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Lugia|156}} (XY Promo 156)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Lugia|156}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 156)
   
==Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Collection==
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The Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Collection is the third of several products based around the starters of [[Pokémon Red & Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] ({{p|Pikachu}}) in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features {{p|Venusaur}} and was released July 13, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Venusaur-EX|123}} card, a sculpted figure of Venusaur, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Venusaur-EX|123}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 123)
 
 
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==Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Box==
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==Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Collection==
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The '''Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Collection''' was another boxed collection released as part of the ongoing [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary]] celebrations. It was made available in North America and Europe from July 13, 2016, although the items they contain differ between the two regions. Both products feature the Seed Pokémon {{p|Venusaur}} as a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} card and include a code card to unlock it in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]], as well as four {{TCG|Generations}} booster packs. The North American version also includes an exclusive sculpted Venusaur figure, while the European version includes a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} variant of the Venusaur promotional card.
The Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Collection was replaced in Europe by the Venusaur-EX Red & Blue Box and was released on July 13, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Venusaur-EX|123}} card, a Jumbo card of the aforementioned Promo, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Venusaur-EX|123}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 123; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Venusaur-EX|123}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 123; Jumbo)
   
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Arceus==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Arceus==
{{p|Arceus}} is the seventh of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on August 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Arceus|116}} card, an Arceus pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The seventh item of merchandise released as part of the Mythical Pokémon Collection line was the '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Arceus'''. Celebrating the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of the franchise]], this item contains two {{TCG|booster pack}}s from the special {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, a promotional {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} [[Arceus (XY Promo 116)|card]] and {{TCG|pin}} featuring the Alpha Pokémon {{p|Arceus}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==August 2016 Playmats==
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==August 2016 accessories==
In August 2016, two different play mats featuring both forms of the {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} Mega {{p|Mewtwo}} artwork or the {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} Shiny Mega {{p|Gyarados}} were released.
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[[The Pokémon Company International]] made a number of TCG accessories created in-house available for sale in August 2016. Products utilizing the same artwork were [[XY TCG Era merchandise|originally released in Japan]] alongside expansions: {{me|Lucario}} from {{TCG|Rising Fist}}, {{me|Gengar}} from {{TCG|Phantom Gate}}, both forms of {{me|Mewtwo}} from {{TCG|Blue Shock}} and {{TCG|Red Flash}}, and {{Shiny}} {{me|Gyarados}} from {{TCG|Rage of the Broken Heavens}}.
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'''Deck boxes:''' Each deck box can hold a full 60-card deck and come with 2 dividers for card organization.
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:'''Mega Lucario Deck Box'''
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:'''Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y Deck Box'''
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:'''Shiny Mega Gyarados Deck Box'''
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'''Playmats:''' Each neoprene single-player playmat provides a surface for people to play the TCG.
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:'''Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y Playmat'''
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:'''Shiny Mega Gyarados Playmat'''
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'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains 65 card sleeves.
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==August 2016 Deck Boxes==
 
To go with the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|August 2016 Playmats}}, [[The Pokémon Company International]] also released a quartet of Deck Boxes created in-house. The Deck Boxes feature either {{TCG|Furious Fists}} Mega Lucario, {{TCG|Phantom Forces}} Mega Gengar, {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} Mega Mewtwo or {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} Shiny Mega Gyarados.
 
 
==August 2016 Sleeves==
 
Also available in August 2016, a quartet of different card sleeves were made available. The Sleeves feature either {{TCG|Furious Fists}} Mega Lucario, {{TCG|Phantom Forces}} Mega Gengar, {{TCG|BREAKthrough}} Mega Mewtwo or {{TCG|BREAKpoint}} Shiny Mega Gyarados. There are 65 sleeves in each package.
 
   
 
==Steam Siege Theme Decks==
 
==Steam Siege Theme Decks==
The {{TCG|Gears of Fire}} and {{TCG|Ring of Lightning}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on August 3, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|Steam Siege}} expansion. Gears of Fire features {{TCG|Volcanion}} and {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Metal}} Pokémon, while Ring of Lightning features {{TCG|Hoopa}} and {{ct|Psychic}} and {{ct|Lightning}} Pokémon. They come with a deckbox, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The {{TCG|Gears of Fire}} and {{TCG|Ring of Lightning}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on August 3, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|Steam Siege}} expansion. Gears of Fire features {{TCG|Volcanion}} and {{ct|Fire}} and {{ct|Metal}} Pokémon, while Ring of Lightning features {{TCG|Hoopa}} and {{ct|Psychic}} and {{ct|Lightning}} Pokémon. They come with a deck box, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Steam Siege Elite Trainer Box==
 
==Steam Siege Elite Trainer Box==
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The Steam Siege expansion brings with it another instalment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring {{p|Volcanion}}, it was released on August 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Steam Pokémon, a coin-flip die, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|Steam Siege Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
The Steam Siege expansion brings with it another installment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring {{p|Volcanion}}, it was released on August 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Steam Pokémon, a coin flip die, acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, damage counter dice, the {{TCG|Steam Siege Player's Guide}}, a collector's box, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
   
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==Steam Siege Blisters==
 
==Steam Siege Blisters==
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Released concurrently with the {{TCG|Steam Siege}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a {{TCG|booster pack}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Floette|139}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Lucario|140}} promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Rayquaza|141}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Azelf|142}}.
 
Released concurrently with the {{TCG|Steam Siege}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a {{TCG|booster pack}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Floette|139}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Lucario|140}} promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Rayquaza|141}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Azelf|142}}.
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Floette|139}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 139)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Lucario|140}} (XY Promo 140)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Azelf|142}} (XY Promo 142)
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==Steam Siege Collector's Album==
 
==Steam Siege Collector's Album==
 
The {{TCG|Steam Siege}} Collector's Album was released on August 3, 2016. It includes an album containing one pack from the expansion, and featuring {{p|Volcanion}} and {{p|Xerneas}} on the front and {{p|Yveltal}} and {{p|Gardevoir}} on the back.
 
The {{TCG|Steam Siege}} Collector's Album was released on August 3, 2016. It includes an album containing one pack from the expansion, and featuring {{p|Volcanion}} and {{p|Xerneas}} on the front and {{p|Yveltal}} and {{p|Gardevoir}} on the back.
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==Steam Siege Portfolios==
 
==Steam Siege Portfolios==
 
Released on August 3, 2016 with the {{TCG|Steam Siege}} expansion was also 4-Pocket and 9-Pocket Portfolios featuring the four booster pack artworks from the BREAKthrough expansion. The 4-Pocket Portfolio features the booster pack artwork for Shiny Mega Gardevoir and Yveltal BREAK, while the 9 Pocket Portfolio features the artwork for Volcanion and Xerneas BREAK.
 
Released on August 3, 2016 with the {{TCG|Steam Siege}} expansion was also 4-Pocket and 9-Pocket Portfolios featuring the four booster pack artworks from the BREAKthrough expansion. The 4-Pocket Portfolio features the booster pack artwork for Shiny Mega Gardevoir and Yveltal BREAK, while the 9 Pocket Portfolio features the artwork for Volcanion and Xerneas BREAK.
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==Steam Siege Pin Blisters==
 
==Steam Siege Pin Blisters==
Two different {{TCG|Steam Siege}} Pin Blisters were released in August 24, 2016. They feature either Shiny {{me|Gardevoir}} or {{p|Volcanion}}. Each blister contains three Fates Collide booster packs in addition to the pin.
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Two different {{TCG|Steam Siege}} Pin Blisters were released in August 24, 2016. They feature either {{Shiny}} {{me|Gardevoir}} or {{p|Volcanion}}. Each blister contains three Fates Collide booster packs in addition to the {{TCG|pin}}.
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Victini==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Victini==
{{p|Victini}} is the eighth of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on September 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Victini|117}} card, an Victini pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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A special {{p|Victini}} was available to {{DL|Pokémon 20th Anniversary|Event distributions|download}} through the [[Nintendo Network]] from September 1, 2016. Available from the same day was the '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Victini''', which includes a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Victini|117}} card with a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} illustration, a unique Victini {{TCG|pin}}, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, and 2 {{TCG|Generations}} {{TCG|booster pack}}s.
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 74; Cosmos Holofoil)
 
*{{TCG ID|Phantom Forces|Hydreigon|74}} ({{TCG|Phantom Forces}} 74; Cosmos Holofoil)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY|Chesnaught|14}} ({{TCG|XY}} 14; Cosmos Holofoil)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY|Chesnaught|14}} ({{TCG|XY}} 14; Cosmos Holofoil)
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==Pikachu-EX Red & Blue Collection==
 
==Pikachu-EX Red & Blue Collection==
The Pikachu-EX Red & Blue Collection is the fourth of several products based around the starters of [[Pokémon Red & Blue]] and [[Pokémon Yellow]] ({{p|Pikachu}}) in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product features {{p|Pikachu}} and was released September 14, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|124}} card, a sculpted figure of Pikachu, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|124}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 124)
 
 
==Pikachu-EX Red & Blue Box==
 
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The Pikachu-EX Red & Blue Collection was replaced in Europe by the Pikachu-EX Red & Blue Box and was released on September 14, 2016. Included are four {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|124}} card, a Jumbo card of the aforementioned Promo, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
 
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Pikachu-EX|124}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 124; Jumbo)
   
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==Pokemon Super Premium Collection==
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==Super Premium Collection: Mew & Mewtwo==
The Pokémon Super Supreme Collection is a product featuring [[p|Mewtwo]] and [[p|Mew]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. This product was released September 14, 2016. Included are 10 {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion, which can only be obtained through these products or through the Mythical Pokémon Collection Boxes, promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mewtwo-EX|125}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mew-EX|126}} cards, a sculpted figure of Mewtwo and Mew, a book exploring the art of the Pokémon Trading Card Game, 3 collector boxes with illustrations of the Kanto starters, and a {{TCGO}} code card.
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==Battle Heart Tins==
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Magearna-EX|175}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 175)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Magearna-EX|175}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 175)
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==Battle Arena Decks: Rayquaza vs Keldeo==
 
==Battle Arena Decks: Rayquaza vs Keldeo==
 
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Released September 21, 2016 was the third iteration of the Battle Arena Decks, the '''Battle Arena Decks: Rayquaza vs Keldeo'''. This product included two 60-card decks, one featuring {{TCG|Dragons Exalted}} Rayquaza-EX and the other {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} Keldeo-EX. Included with the decks are two exclusive Large Non Holo {{TCG|coin}}s featuring either Rayquaza or Blastoise, one unique deckbox for each deck, two sets of damage counters, a two-player playmat featuring Keldeo and Rayquaza, a code card to unlock both decks and the coins in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]], and a Quick Guide. The two decks feature successful strategies from the time they were originally released, including other popular cards—{{TCG|Noble Victories}} Dynamotor {{TCG ID|Noble Victories|Eelektrik|40}} for Rayquaza-EX and {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} Deluge {{TCG ID|Boundaries Crossed|Blastoise|31}} for Keldeo-EX. Also included are re-releases of Non Holo {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} {{TCG ID|Boundaries Crossed|Blastoise|31}} (×2) from the {{TCG|Ice Shock}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}} and Non Holo {{TCG|Primal Clash}} {{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Milotic|44}} (×2) from the {{TCG|Ocean's Core}} Theme Deck.
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Released September 21, 2016 was the third iteration of the Battle Arena Decks, the '''Battle Arena Decks: Rayquaza vs Keldeo'''. This product included two 60-card decks, one featuring {{TCG|Dragons Exalted}} Rayquaza-EX and the other {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} Keldeo-EX. Included with the decks are two exclusive Large Non Holofoil {{TCG|coin}}s featuring either Rayquaza or Blastoise, one unique deck box for each deck, two sets of damage counters, a two-player playmat featuring Keldeo and Rayquaza, a code card to unlock both decks and the coins in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]], and a Quick Guide. The two decks feature successful strategies from the time they were originally released, including other popular cards—{{TCG|Noble Victories}} Dynamotor {{TCG ID|Noble Victories|Eelektrik|40}} for Rayquaza-EX and {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} Deluge {{TCG ID|Boundaries Crossed|Blastoise|31}} for Keldeo-EX. Also included are re-releases of Non Holofoil {{TCG|Boundaries Crossed}} {{TCG ID|Boundaries Crossed|Blastoise|31}} from the {{TCG|Ice Shock}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}} and Non Holofoil {{TCG|Primal Clash}} {{TCG ID|Primal Clash|Milotic|44}} from the {{TCG|Ocean's Core}} Theme Deck.
   
 
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==Zygarde and Volcanion Elite Trainer Deck Shields==
 
==Zygarde and Volcanion Elite Trainer Deck Shields==
 
The Zygarde and Volcanion Elite Trainer Deck Shields were released on September 23, 2016 in Europe and Latin America. The new tins come in two designs, one featuring {{p|Zygarde}} and the other featuring {{p|Volcanion}}. Unlike previous Elite Trainer Deck Shields, each tin has the same design on the front and on the back. Each metal tin has room for carrying around a deck plus a storage compartment in the lid to hold dice and damage counters. The product also was packaged with 2 booster packs and a set of 5 of each basic Energy card.
 
The Zygarde and Volcanion Elite Trainer Deck Shields were released on September 23, 2016 in Europe and Latin America. The new tins come in two designs, one featuring {{p|Zygarde}} and the other featuring {{p|Volcanion}}. Unlike previous Elite Trainer Deck Shields, each tin has the same design on the front and on the back. Each metal tin has room for carrying around a deck plus a storage compartment in the lid to hold dice and damage counters. The product also was packaged with 2 booster packs and a set of 5 of each basic Energy card.
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==Legendary Birds Pin Blisters==
 
==Legendary Birds Pin Blisters==
Released in September 2016, the Legendary Birds Pin Blisters comes with three booster packs from recent expansions, as well as one of the Legendary Birds pins - Articuno, Zapdos or Moltres.
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The '''Legendary Birds Pin Blisters''' were released in September 2016 and come in three varieties: each one includes a {{TCG|pin}} featuring one of the [[Legendary birds]] {{p|Articuno}}, {{p|Zapdos}} or {{p|Moltres}} in addition to three booster packs from recent expansions.
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==Mega Gyarados Collection==
 
==Mega Gyarados Collection==
The Mega Gyarados Collection was released on October 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional {{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Gyarados|21}} card, a figure of {{me|Gyarados}}, and a {{TCGO}} code card. This box is similar to the Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection except Gyarados is not shiny.
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The '''Mega Gyarados Collection''' was released on October 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional {{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Gyarados|21}} card, a figure of {{me|Gyarados}}, and a {{TCGO}} code card. This box is similar to the Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection except Gyarados is not shiny.
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
*{{TCG ID|Ancient Origins|Gyarados|21}} ({{TCG|Ancient Origins}} 21; Cosmos Holo)
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Keldeo==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Keldeo==
{{p|Keldeo}} is the ninth of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on October 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Keldeo|118}} card, a Keldeo pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Keldeo''' was the ninth Mythical Pokémon Collection released as part of the yearlong Pokémon 20th Anniversary celebrations, becoming available to purchase from October 1, 2016 to coincide with its {{DL|Pokémon 20th Anniversary|Event distributions|digital distribution}}. Each collection features a {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Keldeo|118}} promotional card, a {{p|Keldeo}} {{TCG|pin}}, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, and two {{TCG|Generations}} booster packs.
   
 
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==Articuno Legendary Battle Deck==
 
==Articuno Legendary Battle Deck==
 
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The '''Articuno Legendary Battle Deck''' is one of three {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released on October 15, 2016 centered around the three [[Legendary birds|Legendary Bird]] {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} originally released in the {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} expansion of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. It focuses on {{e|Water}} type {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} as well as [[Team Plasma]]. Like other Theme Decks, the Articuno Legendary Battle Deck includes damage counters, a custom coin, one two-player mat/rulesheet, {{TCGO}} code card, and a {{p|Articuno}} deckbox.
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The '''Articuno Legendary Battle Deck''' is the first of three special {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released on October 15, 2016 that centers on the three [[Legendary birds|Legendary bird]] {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} originally released in the {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} expansion. It focuses primarily on {{e|Water}} type {{OBP|Pokémon|species}}, many of which are [[Team Plasma]] Pokémon, as well as including a selection of helpful {{TCG|Trainer card}}s. Like other Theme Decks, the Articuno Legendary Battle Deck includes damage counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, a 2-player mat/rulesheet, a {{TCGO}} code card, and a deck box.
   
 
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==Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck==
 
==Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck==
 
{{main|Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck (TCG)}}
 
{{main|Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck (TCG)}}
The '''Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck''' is one of three {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released on October 15, 2016 centered around the three [[Legendary birds|Legendary Bird]] {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} originally released in the {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} expansion of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. It focuses on {{e|Lightning}} and {{e|Psychic}} type {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} as well as [[Team Plasma]]. Like other Theme Decks, the Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck includes damage counters, a custom coin, one two-player mat/rulesheet, {{TCGO}} code card, and a {{p|Zapdos}} deckbox.
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The '''Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck''' is one of three {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s made available starting October 15, 2016 that focuses on the three [[Legendary birds|Legendary bird]] {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} originating from the {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} expansion. It includes a number of {{e|Lightning}} and {{e|Psychic}} type {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} and supporting {{TCG|Trainer card}}s with an overarching [[Team Plasma]] theme. As with other Theme Decks, the Zapdos Legendary Battle Deck includes damage counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, a 2-player mat/rulesheet, a {{TCGO}} code card, and a deck box.
   
 
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This deck contains exclusive prints of 3 different cards:
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==Moltres Legendary Battle Deck==
 
==Moltres Legendary Battle Deck==
 
{{main|Moltres Legendary Battle Deck (TCG)}}
 
{{main|Moltres Legendary Battle Deck (TCG)}}
The '''Moltres Legendary Battle Deck''' is one of three {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released on October 15, 2016 centered around the three [[Legendary birds|Legendary Bird]] {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} originally released in the {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} expansion of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. It focuses on {{e|Fire}} and {{e|Darkness}} type {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} as well as [[Team Plasma]]. Like other Theme Decks, the Moltres Legendary Battle Deck includes damage counters, a custom coin, one two-player mat/rulesheet, {{TCGO}} code card, and a {{p|Moltres}} deckbox.
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The '''Moltres Legendary Battle Deck''' is the third of three {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s released on October 15, 2016 to feature a [[Legendary birds|Legendary bird]] {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} from the {{TCG|Plasma Storm}} expansion. It focuses on {{e|Fire}} and {{e|Darkness}} type {{OBP|Pokémon|species}} as well as [[Team Plasma]]. Similarly to other Theme Decks, the Moltres Legendary Battle Deck includes damage counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, a 2-player mat/rulesheet, a {{TCGO}} code card, and a deck box.
   
 
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This deck contains exclusive prints of 4 different cards:
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==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Genesect==
 
==Mythical Pokémon Collection—Genesect==
{{p|Genesect}} is the tenth of the products in the Mythical Pokémon Collection based around [[Mythical Pokémon]] in order to celebrate the [[Pokémon 20th Anniversary|20th Anniversary of Pokémon]]. The box was released on November 1, 2016. Included are two {{TCG|booster pack}}s of the {{TCG|Generations}} expansion (only obtainable through these products and the Red and Blue Collection), a promotional {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Genesect|119}} card, a Genesect pin, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Mythical Pokémon Collection—Genesect''' was the penultimate product in the Mythical Pokémon Collection line and became available for sale on November 1, 2016. The collection includes a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG|Full Art card}} and collectible {{TCG|pin}} featuring the Paleozoic Pokémon {{p|Genesect}}, as well as a code card to unlock Genesect in the {{TCGO}} and two {{TCG|Generations}}{{TCG|booster pack}}s.
   
 
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==Mega Beedrill-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Beedrill-EX Premium Collection==
Released on November 1, 2016 was another Premium Collection, focused on the {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, {{p|Beedrill}}. With the same amount of merchandise as the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Mawile-EX Premium Collection}}, the Mega Beedrill-EX Premium Collection contains 6 {{TCG|booster pack}}s from recent XY Series expansions, a Mega Beedrill {{TCG|coin}} and pin, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill-EX|157}} promotional card, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill Spirit Link|159}}, and a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Beedrill-EX|158}} promo as both a regular card and {{TCG|Jumbo card}}.
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Released on November 1, 2016 was another Premium Collection, focused on the {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, {{p|Beedrill}}. With the same amount of merchandise as the {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|Mega Mawile-EX Premium Collection}}, the '''Mega Beedrill-EX Premium Collection''' contains 6 {{TCG|booster pack}}s from recent XY Series expansions, a Mega Beedrill {{TCG|coin}} and {{TCG|pin}}, a code card for the {{TCGO}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill-EX|157}} promotional card, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill Spirit Link|159}}, and a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Beedrill-EX|158}} promo as both a regular card and {{TCG|Jumbo card}}.
   
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill-EX|157}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 157)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill-EX|157}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 157)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Beedrill-EX|158}} (XY Promo 158)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Beedrill-EX|158}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 158)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Beedrill-EX|158}} (XY Promo 158; Jumbo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Beedrill-EX|158}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}}; Jumbo)
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Beedrill Spirit Link|159}} (XY Promo 159)
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==Charizard-EX Box==
 
==Charizard-EX Box==
The '''Charizard-EX Box''' was one of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Charizard-EX from the {{TCG|Flashfire}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
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The '''Charizard-EX Box''' was 1 of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Charizard-EX from the {{TCG|Flashfire}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
   
 
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'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|Flashfire|Charizard-EX|11}} ({{TCG|Flashfire}} 11)
 
*{{TCG ID|Flashfire|Charizard-EX|11}} ({{TCG|Flashfire}} 11)
 
*{{TCG ID|Flashfire|Charizard-EX|11}} ({{TCG|Flashfire}} 11; Jumbo)
 
*{{TCG ID|Flashfire|Charizard-EX|11}} ({{TCG|Flashfire}} 11; Jumbo)
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==Kangaskhan-EX Box==
 
==Kangaskhan-EX Box==
The '''Kangaskhan-EX Box''' was one of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Kangaskhan-EX from the {{TCG|Flashfire}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Kangaskhan-EX Box''' was 1 of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Kangaskhan-EX from the {{TCG|Flashfire}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Dragonite-EX Box==
 
==Dragonite-EX Box==
The '''Dragonite-EX Box''' was one of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Dragonite-EX from the {{TCG|Furious Fists}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
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The '''Dragonite-EX Box''' was 1 of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Dragonite-EX from the {{TCG|Furious Fists}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
   
 
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==Gengar-EX Box==
 
==Gengar-EX Box==
The '''Gengar-EX Box ''' was one of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Gengar-EX from the {{TCG|Phantom Forces}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The '''Gengar-EX Box ''' was 1 of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized Gengar-EX from the {{TCG|Phantom Forces}} expansion, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Mewtwo-EX Box==
 
==Mewtwo-EX Box==
The '''Mewtwo-EX Box''' was one of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized XY Black Star Promotional Mewtwo-EX, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
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The '''Mewtwo-EX Box''' was 1 of 5 boxes released in November 2016. It comes with a regular and oversized XY Black Star Promotional Mewtwo-EX, four booster packs from recent XY expansions, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
   
 
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==Evolutions Theme Decks==
 
==Evolutions Theme Decks==
The {{TCG|Pikachu Power}} and {{TCG|Mewtwo Mayhem}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on November 2, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion. Pikachu Power features {{TCG|Pikachu}} and {{ct|Lightning}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, while Mewtwo Mayhem features {{TCG|Mewtwo}} and {{ct|Psychic}} and {{ct|Fighting}} Pokémon. They come with a deckbox, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The {{TCG|Pikachu Power}} and {{TCG|Mewtwo Mayhem}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s were released on November 2, 2016 alongside the {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion. Pikachu Power features {{TCG|Pikachu}} and {{ct|Lightning}} and {{ct|Grass}} Pokémon, while Mewtwo Mayhem features {{TCG|Mewtwo}} and {{ct|Psychic}} and {{ct|Fighting}} Pokémon. They come with a deck box, playmat, counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==Evolutions Blisters==
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Released concurrently with the {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a booster pack, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Weezing|163}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Greninja|162}} XY Black Star Promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion, a coin, and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Braixen|161}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Black Kyurem|160}}.
 
Released concurrently with the {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a booster pack, a {{TCG|coin}}, and either an {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Weezing|163}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Greninja|162}} XY Black Star Promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion, a coin, and a promotional card of {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Braixen|161}} or {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Black Kyurem|160}}.
   
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*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Greninja|162}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 162)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Weezing|163}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 163)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY Promo|Weezing|163}} ({{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promo}} 163)
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==Evolutions Elite Trainer Boxes==
 
==Evolutions Elite Trainer Boxes==
The {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion features two different Elite Trainer Boxes, one for Mega {{p|Charizard}} Y, the other being for Mega {{p|Blastoise}}. The one featuring Mega Blastoise contains blue packaging and sleeves, with blue dice, while the one featuring Mega Charizard Y contains red packaging and sleeves with red dice. Each Elite Trainer Box contains a stock of Energy cards, 65 card sleeves themed around the featured Pokémon, 6 damage counter dice, a coin-flip die, two acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, the {{TCG|Evolutions Player's Guide}} for the expansion, and a collector's box.
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The {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion features two different Elite Trainer Boxes, one for {{me|Charizard}} Y, the other being for {{me|Blastoise}}. The one featuring Mega Blastoise contains blue packaging and sleeves, with blue dice, while the one featuring Mega Charizard Y contains red packaging and sleeves with red dice. Each Elite Trainer Box contains a stock of Energy cards, 65 card sleeves themed around the featured Pokémon, 6 damage counter dice, a coin-flip die, two acrylic {{TCG|Special Condition}} markers, the {{TCG|Evolutions Player's Guide}} for the expansion, and a collector's box.
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==Evolutions Collector's Album==
 
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==Evolutions Portfolios==
 
==Evolutions Portfolios==
 
Last to be released with the {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion, Ultra Pro released 4-pocket and 9-pocket portfolios utilizing art from the booster packs of Evolutions. The 4-pocket folders feature [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form of {{p|Venusaur}} and {{p|Blastoise}}, while the 9-pocket folders feature Mega {{p|Charizard}} Y and {{p|Raichu}}. Both have 10 pages.
 
Last to be released with the {{TCG|Evolutions}} expansion, Ultra Pro released 4-pocket and 9-pocket portfolios utilizing art from the booster packs of Evolutions. The 4-pocket folders feature [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form of {{p|Venusaur}} and {{p|Blastoise}}, while the 9-pocket folders feature Mega {{p|Charizard}} Y and {{p|Raichu}}. Both have 10 pages.
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==2016 World Championships Decks==
 
==2016 World Championships Decks==
The '''2016 World Championships Decks''' were released on November 9, 2016, a few months after the [[2016 World Championships]]. These four decks were chosen from the 6 Finalists split between the 3 age groups from the Championships, each representing a different winning deck archetype used in the tournament. Each Deck comes with a Worlds 2016 themed Deckbox, a booklet about the championships, a non-tournament-legal print of the 60-card deck, and the 2016 World Championships Pin.
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The '''2016 World Championships Decks''' were released on November 9, 2016, a few months after the [[2016 World Championships]]. These four decks were chosen from the 6 Finalists split between the 3 age groups from the Championships, each representing a different winning deck {{TCG|archetype}} used in the tournament. Each deck comes with a Worlds 2016-themed deck box, a booklet about the championships, a non-tournament-legal print of the 60-card deck, and the 2016 World Championships {{TCG|Pin}}.
   
 
The four decks include the decks used by the three champions, with the fourth being Masters runner-up Cody Walinski's {{TCG|Ninja Blitz}} Deck. The other three decks are Junior Champion Shunto Sadahiro's {{TCG|Black Dragon}}, Senior Champion Jesper Eriksen's {{TCG|Bebe Deck}}, and Masters Champion Shintaro Ito's {{TCG|Magical Symphony}}.
 
The four decks include the decks used by the three champions, with the fourth being Masters runner-up Cody Walinski's {{TCG|Ninja Blitz}} Deck. The other three decks are Junior Champion Shunto Sadahiro's {{TCG|Black Dragon}}, Senior Champion Jesper Eriksen's {{TCG|Bebe Deck}}, and Masters Champion Shintaro Ito's {{TCG|Magical Symphony}}.
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==Mega Venusaur and Mega Blastoise Collector's Pin 3-Pack Blisters==
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==Mega Venusaur and Mega Blastoise Collector's Pin Blisters==
The '''Mega Venusaur Collector's Pin 3-Pack Blister''' and '''Mega Blastoise Collector's Pin 3-Pack Blister''' were released on November 16, 2016. It comes with three booster packs, and either a Mega Venusaur or Mega Blastoise pin.
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The '''Mega Venusaur Collector's Pin Three Pack Blister''' and '''Mega Blastoise Collector's Pin Three Pack Blister''' were released on November 16, 2016. It comes with three booster packs, and either a {{me|Venusaur}} or {{me|Blastoise}} {{TCG|pin}}.
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==Collector Chest 2016==
 
==Collector Chest 2016==
The Autumn 2016 Collector Chest was released on November 18, 2016. Much like the previous collector chests, the Autumn 2016 Collector Chest features {{p|Volcanion}} and {{p|Magearna}} on the front, and contains 5 booster packs, 3 promotional cards featuring {{p|Volcanion}}, {{p|Magearna}}, and Shiny Mega {{p|Gengar}}, a coin, 2 sticker sheets including Legendary Pokémon, a mini album to store cards, a Pokémon notepad, 4 pencils with a unique Pokémon design, and a bonus code card for the Pokémon TCG Online.
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The Autumn 2016 Collector Chest was released on November 18, 2016. Much like the previous collector chests, the Autumn 2016 Collector Chest features {{p|Volcanion}} and {{p|Magearna}} on the front, and contains 5 booster packs, 3 promotional cards featuring {{p|Volcanion}}, {{p|Magearna}}, and Shiny Mega {{p|Gengar}}, a {{TCG|coin}}, 2 sticker sheets including Legendary Pokémon, a mini album to store cards, a Pokémon notepad, 4 pencils with a unique Pokémon design, and a bonus code card for the Pokémon TCG Online.
   
 
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==Mega Salamence-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Salamence-EX Premium Collection==
One of two Premium Collections released on November 18, 2016, the '''Mega Salamence-EX Premium Collection''' included 8 booster packs, a playmat featuring Mega Salamence, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Salamence-EX|170}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Salamence-EX|171}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Salamence Spirit Link|172}} promo card, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Salamence-EX, a coin featuring Mega Salamence, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
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One of two Premium Collections released on November 18, 2016, the '''Mega Salamence-EX Premium Collection''' included 8 booster packs, a playmat featuring Mega Salamence, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Salamence-EX|170}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Salamence-EX|171}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Salamence Spirit Link|172}} promo card, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Salamence-EX, a {{TCG|coin}} featuring Mega Salamence, and a code card for the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game Online]].
   
 
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==Mega Garchomp-EX Premium Collection==
 
==Mega Garchomp-EX Premium Collection==
One of two Premium Collections released on November 18, 2016, the '''Mega Garchomp-EX Premium Collection''' included 8 booster packs, a playmat featuring Mega Garchomp, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Garchomp-EX|167}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Garchomp-EX|168}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Garchomp Spirit Link|169}} promo card, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Garchomp-EX, a coin featuring Mega Garchomp, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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One of two Premium Collections released on November 18, 2016, the '''Mega Garchomp-EX Premium Collection''' included 8 booster packs, a playmat featuring Mega Garchomp, both a {{TCG|XY Black Star Promos|XY Promotional}} {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Garchomp-EX|167}} and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|M Garchomp-EX|168}}, a {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Garchomp Spirit Link|169}} promo card, a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} M Garchomp-EX, a {{TCG|coin}} featuring Mega Garchomp, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
   
 
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==BREAK Evolution Box: Arcanine==
 
==BREAK Evolution Box: Arcanine==
Released on January 6, 2017, the '''BREAK Evolution Box: Arcanine''' was the third product featuring promotional prints of the Ultra Rare, {{TCG|Pokémon BREAK}}. Each BREAK Evolution Box contains three {{TCG|Pokémon BREAK}} promotional cards ({{TCG ID|XY Promo|Arcanine BREAK|180}}, {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Crobat BREAK|181}}, and {{TCG ID|XY Promo|Mandibuzz BREAK|182}}), a {{TCG|Jumbo card|Jumbo}} Arcanine BREAK, 5 booster packs, and a code card for the {{TCGO}}.
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The release of the BREAKthrough expansion on November 4, 2015 marked the start of the XY BREAK Series, essentially a continuation of the XY Series with particular focus on the Pokémon BREAK mechanic that would go on to be a facet of the expansions that followed. An array of promotional boxes, play accessories, and other merchandise was made available to players and collectors of the Pokémon Trading Card Game alike. The following is a chronological list of all TCG related merchandise made available during this Series.

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BREAKthrough Theme Decks

The first products made available for the XY BREAK Series were the two Theme Decks released for the BREAKthrough expansion on November 4, 2015. Featuring Raichu and Noivern respectively, the Burning Spark and Night Striker decks are loosely based on the Japanese Raichu BREAK and Noivern BREAK Evolution Packs. Burning Spark includes Fire-type and Lightning-type Pokémon, while Night Striker includes Psychic-type and Darkness-type Pokémon. Each Theme Deck also contained the typical damage counters, coin, playmat, deck box, and code card for the TCGO. The featured coins are of Mega Mewtwo.

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BREAKthrough Blisters

The BREAKthrough expansion, released November 4, 2015, came with two different pairs of promotional Blister Packs: two Single Pack Blisters and two Three Pack Blisters. For the first time since Primal Clash, not all the cards included are XY Black Star Promos. Each Three Pack Blister comes with a coin, three booster packs, and one of two promotional cards: XY Promo Sableye or Celebi. The Single Pack Blisters comes with one booster pack, a coin, and one of two cards: XY Promo Jirachi or Furious Fists Hawlucha.

Released later during the holiday season were three additional Blister Packs for the BREAKthrough expansion, two featuring a Stage 2 evolutionary family, one booster pack, and a coin, and one featuring Stage 2 Dragon Evolutions, two packs, and a coin. Included in each Single Pack Blister were exclusive Cosmos Holofoils of either Phantom Forces Chandelure or Primal Clash Eelektross. The Two Pack Blister contained Furious Fists Noivern, Phantom Forces Hydreigon, and Primal Clash Flygon. The coin from each pack was any large-sized coin from the XY Series.

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BREAKthrough Elite Trainer Boxes

The BREAKthrough expansion features two different Elite Trainer Boxes, one for both Mega Evolutions of the Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo. The one featuring Mega Mewtwo X contains purple packaging and sleeves, with blue dice, while the one featuring Mega Mewtwo Y contains maroon packaging and sleeves with red dice. Each Elite Trainer Box contains a stock of Energy cards, 65 card sleeves themed around the featured Pokémon, 6 damage counter dice, a coin-flip die, two acrylic Special Condition markers, the BREAKthrough Player's Guide for the expansion, and a collector's box.

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BREAKthrough Launch Display

The Launch Display for the BREAKthrough expansion also became available starting November 4, 2015. Each display contains 4 of each Theme DeckBurning Spark and Night Striker—as well as 72 booster packs from the expansion, and 8 each of the two promotional cards included in the BREAKthrough Three Pack Blisters: Sableye and Celebi.

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BREAKthrough Collector's Album

The BREAKthrough expansion also featured the release of another Collector's Album on November 4, 2015. Included with each album is one booster pack from the expansion. The album features artwork of Hoopa in both of its forms and Regigigas.

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Mega Mewtwo Collector's Album

Also available in promotion for the BREAKthrough expansion on November 4, 2015 was the Mega Mewtwo Collector's Album, an album containing one pack from the expansion, and featuring both Mega Mewtwo on the front and Chesnaught on the back.

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BREAKthrough Portfolios

Released on November 4, 2015 with the BREAKthrough expansion was also 4-Pocket and 9-Pocket Portfolios featuring the four booster pack artworks from the BREAKthrough expansion. The 4-Pocket Portfolio features the booster pack artwork for Mega Houndoom and Zoroark BREAK, while the 9 Pocket Portfolio features the artwork for Mega Mewtwo X and Mega Mewtwo Y.

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Zoroark Collector's Pin Blister

Exclusive to GameStop stores, the Zoroark Collector's Pin Blister was available in tandem with the release of the BREAKthrough expansion. Released November 4, 2015, the Pin Blister comes with booster packs from BREAKthrough and other recent expansions, and an exclusive Zoroarkpin.

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Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection

One of two Premium Collections officially released on November 4, 2015 with the BREAKthrough expansion, the Mega Blaziken-EX Premium Collection featured the Hoenn region Blaziken as a variety of different promotional items. Included within each Premium Collection are 8 booster packs (2 each from Primal Clash, Roaring Skies, Ancient Origins, and BREAKthrough), a playmat featuring Mega Blaziken, both a XY Promotional Blaziken-EX and M Blaziken-EX, a Jumbo M Blaziken-EX, and a coin featuring Mega Blaziken.

The Mega Blaziken-EX and Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collections were released early in Target stores on October 19, 2015, causing a frenzy within the Pokémon community due to the included BREAKthrough packs, as prerelease events did not begin until the weekend of October 24 and 25, 2015.

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Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection

The second of two Premium Collections officially released on November 4, 2015 with the BREAKthrough expansion, the Mega Swampert-EX Premium Collection featured the Hoenn region Swampert as a variety of different promotional items. Included within each Premium Collection are 8 booster packs (2 each from Primal Clash, Roaring Skies, Ancient Origins, and BREAKthrough), a playmat featuring Mega Swampert, both a XY Promotional Swampert-EX and M Swampert-EX, a Jumbo M Swampert-EX, and a coin featuring Mega Swampert.

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2015 World Championships Decks

The 2015 World Championships Decks were released on November 18, 2015, a few months after the 2015 World Championships. These four decks were chosen from the 12 Quarter-Finalists split between the 3 age groups from the Championships, each representing a different winning deck archetype used in the tournament. Each deck includes a deck box featuring visuals created for the tournament, a booklet detailing the events of the weekend, a non-tournament-legal print of the 60-card deck, and a 2015 World Championships Pin.

The four decks include the decks used by the three champions, with the fourth being Junior runner-up Alejandro Ng-Guzman's Primal Groudon Deck. The other three decks are Junior Champion Rowan Stavenow's The Flying Hammer, Senior Champion Patrick Martinez's Punches 'n' Bites, and Masters Champion Jacob Van Wagner's HonorStoise.

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BREAKthrough Collector Chest

Shortly after the BREAKthrough expansion, the BREAKthrough Collector Chest was released on November 18, 2015. Much like the first Collector Chest released one year prior, the BREAKthrough Collector Chest features a metal clasp and plastic carrying handle, and is emblazoned with a design that covers the circumference of the tin. This design features Mega Rayquaza and Hoopa Unbound. Each chest contains 5 booster packs, 3 promotional cards featuring Hoopa, Pikachu, and Chespin, a coin, 2 sticker sheets including Legendary Pokémon, a mini album to store cards, a Pokémon notepad, 4 pencils with a unique Pokémon design, and a bonus code card for the Pokémon TCG Online.

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Mega Evolution Three Pin Blister

Also available on November 18, 2015 was the Mega Evolution Three Pin Blister. Included were three booster packs from the BREAKthrough expansion, as well as the three pins originally available in the Mega Evolution Collector Pin Three Pack Blisters: Mega Charizard X, Mega Charizard Y, and Mega Lucario. There is no difference between the included pins and the earlier release.

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BREAKthrough Pin Blisters

Also released on November 18th, 2015, the BREAKthrough Pin Blisters feature both Mega Evolutions of the Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo. Each blister pack comes with one of the two pins, as well as three booster packs: two from BREAKthrough and one from Ancient Origins.

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Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection

The Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection is one of two Legendary Collections released on November 18, 2015. This Legendary Collection, much like the Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection, includes 5 booster packs from recent expansions, a Pikachu pin, a Pikachu-EX XY Black Star Promo, and five promotional Full Art cards. The five promotional Full Arts are Palkia, Zekrom, Latias, Black Kyurem, and Regigigas, which are five of the ten Full Art cards from the Japanese Legendary Shine Collection.

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Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection

The Hoopa-EX Legendary Collection is the second of two Legendary Collections released on November 18, 2015. This Legendary Collection, much like the Pikachu-EX Legendary Collection, includes 5 booster packs from recent expansions, a Hoopa pin, a Hoopa-EX XY Black Star Promo, and five promotional Full Art cards. The five promotional Full Arts are Reshiram, Dialga, Latios, White Kyurem, and Arceus, which are the remaining five of the ten Full Art cards from the Japanese Legendary Shine Collection.

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Mega Mewtwo Collection

Another pair of promotional boxes released on November 18, 2015 was the Mega Mewtwo Collections. Featuring the Genetic Pokémon Mewtwo, each Mega Mewtwo Collection contains four XY Series booster packs, one of two exclusive Mewtwo XY Black Star Promotional cards, and a figure detailing either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y. Boxes in Toys "R" Us stores featured exclusive pearlescent versions of these figures. Due to safety concerns, this pair of promotional boxes was not available in Europe, with the Mega Mewtwo Box taking its place.

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Mega Mewtwo Box

The last pair of products released on November 18, 2015 was the two Mega Mewtwo Boxes. Each box contains one of two promotional Mewtwo cards, as well as 3 booster packs and a Jumbo card of either Mega Mewtwo X or Mega Mewtwo Y—M Mewtwo-EX 63/162 or M Mewtwo-EX 64/162. Due to safety concerns, this pair of promotional boxes is available in Europe as a replacement for the North American Mega Mewtwo Collections.

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2015 City Championships merchandise

The 2015 City Championships for the 2016 Pokémon Play! season were held throughout North America from November 27, 2015 to January 18, 2016. The merchandise for this set of tournaments continues to feature Hoopa sleeves in both yellow and black, handed out to the top finishers and runners up. Also available to each age division's Champion was an exclusive Champion stamped playmat featuring PLANETA's Zoroark BREAK artwork in place of a Champion trophy. Each participant also received a promotional Cities stamped Mirror Holofoil Parallel City from BREAKthrough.

Staff for the events were presented with a Staff print of the Parallel City promotional card and other unused merchandise from the main events were also presented to them for their efforts.

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Pikachu Ultra Pro accessories

Ultra Pro released two TCG products featuring Ken Sugimori's stock art of Pikachu in late November 2015.

Flip Box: Each leatherette deck box can hold 100 sleeved cards and is secured shut with a magnet.

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Binder: Each leatherette binder can hold and display up to 360 cards.

Pikachu Premium Pro Binder

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Charizard Ultra Pro accessories

Ultra Pro released numerous TCG storage and protection solutions in early December 2015, each of which feature stock artwork of Charizard by Ken Sugimori.

Deck box: Each deck box can hold a full 60-card deck and comes packaged with 2 dividers.

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Playmat: Each single-player playmat provides a secure surface for people to play the Trading Card Game.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 65 card sleeves.

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Binders: Four different binders were available at this time:

The Charizard 4-Pocket Portfolio contains ten fixed pages that can store a maximum of 80 cards.
The Charizard 9-Pocket Portfolio also contains ten fixed pages and can hold up to 180 cards.
The Charizard 9-Pocket Pro Binder contains 20 fixed pages with an embossed low-friction black backing material with capacity to hold 360 cards.
The Charizard 3-Ring Binder features reinforced 2" D-rings able to accommodate approximately 200 nine-pocket pages.

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December 2015 accessories

For the first time since their increased feature as tournament prizes and collectible merchandise, The Pokémon Company International commissioned their own TCG accessories for retail release. These items collectively feature artwork originating from Japanese products, including the Ryota Murayama illustrations of Hoopa in its Unbound form and Shiny Mega Rayquaza, also used on Ancient Origins products, as well 5ban Graphics artwork of Mega Charizard in its X and Y forms.

Deck boxes: Each deck box can hold a full 60-card deck, have a snap Velcro closure, and come with 2 dividers.

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Playmats: Each single-player playmat is made of 3mm-thick neoprene, providing a stable surface for players to position their cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 65 card sleeves.

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BREAKthrough Mini Packs

The 3-card Mini Packs for the BREAKthrough expansion, sold exclusively at Dollar Tree stores, were available mid-December 2015. For only one dollar, the packs contained one Common, one Uncommon, and any other one card from the BREAKthrough expansion, along with a promotional advertisement. These promotional advertisements featured the card game on one side, with the other side promoting one of four things: Play! Pokémon, Pokémon TV, Pokémon.com, or the Pokémon anime.

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Mega Blaziken and Mega Swampert Pin Blisters

The first products of the new year were a pair of Pin Blisters, featuring Mega Blaziken and Mega Swampert. Released January 4, 2016, each blister comes with 3 additional booster packs, along with one of the two pins.

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Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection

A brand new Premium Collection focusing on the Prehistoric Pokémon, Aerodactyl was available exclusively at Target stores from January 3, 2016 before becoming more widely available on January 20, 2016. The Mega Aerodactyl-EX Premium Collection contains promotional Aerodactyl-EX, Aerodactyl Spirit Link, and M Aerodactyl-EX cards, the latter both as a Regular and as a Jumbo card, a code card for the TCGO, a Mega Aerodactyl coin and pin, and 6 booster packs from recent XY Series expansions.

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Aurorus-EX Box

Available to Target stores January 3, 2016 and other stores January 20, 2016 was the Aurorus-EX Box. The featured Aurorus-EX card was released in Japan as one of the promos for people who participated in the Pokémon Card Gym Tournaments from November 2015-January 2016. The box also contains a code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online, and four booster packs from recent XY expansions, with an emphasis on BREAKthrough.

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BREAK Evolution Box

The BREAK Evolution Box was released on January 4, 2016 and was the first in a line of boxed collections to feature promotional prints of the new Pokémon BREAK. Each box includes Pokémon BREAK that were released in Japan as XY-P Promotional cards: Empoleon BREAK was given away as a redemption point prize at regional events, Beheeyem BREAK was included in copies of CoroCoro Ichiban!, and Noctowl BREAK was given to winners of Pokémon Card Gym tournaments. Each box also includes a Jumbo Empoleon BREAK card, 5 booster packs, and a code card for the TCGO.

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January 2016 Pokémon Center accessories

In mid-January 2016, the online Pokémon Center introduced a number of both previously Japanese-exclusive and English exclusive TCG accessories to the North American audience. Included in the release were playmats, sleeves, deck boxes, and 3-ring binders, some of which were part of larger collections of merchandise available on the store.

Deck boxes: Two new English-exclusive deck boxes were made available for purchase in January 2016. The first is Goomy themed from the We're Goomy Collection, and the second is themed around Team Magma and Team Aqua.

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Playmat: The only playmat newly available for January was the English-exclusive Goomy playmat from the We're Goomy Collection. The playmat displays Goomy in a number of decorated scenarios with various other Pokémon.

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Sleeves: The majority of sleeve packs released by the Pokémon Center in January 2016 were originally released in Japan. For the English release, each pack contains 65 card sleeves, and sells for a price of $7.99. Each sleeve received minor tweaks to the copyrights and design from its Japanese counterparts.

The We're Goomy Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ヌメラだもの。 Deck Shield: Numera Damono), a part of the We're Goomy Collection, were originally available in Japanese Pokémon Centers on March 14, 2015. For their English release, The Japanese text ヘイヘイ was translated into the English Hey Hey, and the Japanese collection name was omitted completely, being replaced with more star graphics.
The Pikachu Tails Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウのしっぽ Deck Shield: Pikachu Tails) were initially released in Japan on January 17, 2015. The design features a completely yellow background with Pikachu's stripes and tail. The English release modifies the copyright running across the bottom border.
The Poké Ball Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド モンスターボール柄 Deck Shield: Poké Ball Design) were released alongside the Pikachu Tails Sleeves in Japan on January 17, 2015. They sport the silhouettes of various Pokémon behind a basic Poké Ball design. The English release modifies the text along the bottom border.
The Team Magma and Team Aqua Sleeves are the only set of sleeves in the group that did not have a Japanese release. Featured in the design are the logos for Team Aqua and Team Magma, as well as silhouettes of Kyogre and Groudon.
Originally released to Japanese Pokémon Centers one year prior on January 17, 2015, the Flygon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 天体観測 Deck Shield: Celestial Observation) feature various Hoenn Pokémon staring up at a starry night sky. The illustration was drawn by sui. The only differences between the two prints are copyrights.
Released in Japan on March 14, 2015, the Dragonite Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド カイリュー Deck Shield: Dragonite) were the last of the sleeves available via the English Pokémon Center website mid January 2016. The scene portrayed is of Dragonite flying above a bed of flowers with Altaria and Bagon. The illustration was drawn by Kanako Eo. The only difference between the English and Japanese prints is the copyright information.

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Binder: Much like the playmat for January 2016, the only binder newly available for January was the English-exclusive Goomy 3-ring binder from the We're Goomy Collection. The binder displays Goomy in a number of decorated scenarios with various other Pokémon.

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BREAKpoint Theme Decks

The Wave Slasher and Electric Eye Theme Decks were released on February 3, 2016 alongside the BREAKpoint expansion. Wave Slasher features Greninja and Water-type and Grass-type Pokémon, while Electric Eye features Luxray and Lightning-type and Psychic-type Pokémon. They come with a deck box, playmat, counters, a coin (Mega Gyarados), and a code card for the TCGO.

Starting May 2, 2016, the two Theme Decks contained new Mega Gyarados coins: Wave Slasher contained a Large-sized, Red Confetti Holofoil, coin while Electric Eye contained a Large-sized, Silver Cracked Ice Holofoil coin.

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BREAKpoint Blisters

Released concurrently with the BREAKpoint expansion were two pairs of blisters. The Single Pack Blisters contained a booster pack, a coin, and either an XY Promo Pikachu or Phantom Forces Hydreigon promotional card. The Three Pack Blisters contain three booster packs of the expansion and a promotional card of Pyroar or Umbreon. These Blister Packs introduced four new Pokémon coins: a Silver Pixel Holofoil Pikachu, a Blue Cracked Ice Holofoil Deoxys, an Orange Rainbow Holofoil Victini, and a Silver Pixel Holofoil Genesect.

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BREAKpoint Elite Trainer Box

The BREAKpoint expansion brings with it another instalment of the Elite Trainer Box. Featuring Mega Gyarados, it was released on February 3, 2016. Like previous boxes, it includes a stock of Energy cards, card sleeves themed around the Atrocious Pokémon, a coin-flip die, acrylic Special Condition markers, damage counter dice, the BREAKpoint Player's Guide, a collector's box, and a TCGO code card.

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BREAKpoint Collector's Album

A Collector's Album was made available on February 3, 2016 to accompany the newly released BREAKpoint expansion. The BREAKpoint Collector's Album features Luxray on the front and Greninja on the back and can hold up to 60 cards. Each Collector's Album also comes with one BREAKpoint booster pack.

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BREAKpoint Portfolios

Ultra Pro released a pair of portfolios for the BREAKpoint expansion in February 2016. The 4-pocket portfolio features the GreninjaBREAK and LuxrayBREAK artwork from the expansion's booster packs, while the 9-pocket portfolio features the booster artwork of Shiny Mega Gyarados and Mega Scizor.

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BREAKpoint Pin Blisters

Two different BREAKpoint Pin Blisters were released on February 17, 2016. They feature either Shiny Mega Gyarados or Mega Scizor. Each blister contains three BREAKpoint booster packs in addition to the pin.

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Mythical Pokémon Collection—Mew

To celebrate the Pokémon 20th Anniversary, several products based on Mythical Pokémon were released throughout 2016 under the title of Mythical Pokémon Collections, coinciding with scheduled event distributions. The first of these products features Mew and was released February 22, 2016. This collection was the first product to include Generations booster packs, which could only be found in 20th Anniversary-branded merchandise and not in booster boxes. This release model saw a large demand for the Mew and subsequent Celebi collections, causing many retailers to increase their sale price. In addition to the 2 booster packs, the collection includes a Full Art promotional Mew card, a Mew pin, and a code card for the TCGO.

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Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection

The Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection was released on February 24, 2016. The collection contains four booster packs from recent expansions, a promotional Shiny Gyarados card, a figure of Shiny Mega Gyarados, and a TCGO code card. Like previous figure boxes, this product was not sold in Europe, being replaced by the Shiny Mega Gyarados Box.

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Shiny Mega Gyarados Box

The Shiny Mega Gyarados Collection was replaced in Europe by the Shiny Mega Gyarados Box and was released on February 24, 2016. It features promotional Shiny cards of Gyarados and Magikarp, a Jumbo M Gyarados-EX card, three booster packs of recent expansions, and a code card for the TCGO.

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