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The Japanese XY Era of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] began in November 2013 with the release of the {{TCG|XY Beginning Set}}, starting off a wide array of TCG merchandise centered around [[Pokémon X and Y]] and the [[Kalos]] [[region]]. This collection includes a substantial amount of decks, blister packs, books, and many more items utilized to distribute various promotional cards among other promotional materials to commemorate the [[Generation VI|sixth generation]] of the franchise. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese XY Era of the Trading Card Game.
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The Japanese XY Era of the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]] began in November 2013 with the release of the {{TCG|XY Beginning Set}}, starting off a wide array of TCG merchandise centered around [[Pokémon X and Y]] and the [[Kalos]] [[region]]. This collection includes a substantial amount of decks, blister packs, books, and many more items utilized to distribute various promotional cards among other products commemorating the [[Generation VI|sixth generation]] of the franchise. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese XY Era of the Trading Card Game.
   
 
==XY Beginning Set==
 
==XY Beginning Set==
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==XY Beginning Set for Girls==
 
==XY Beginning Set for Girls==
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{{main|XY Beginning Set (TCG)}}
 
Following the approach set in the BW Era, the XY Beginning Set received a female-oriented counterpart. The '''XY Beginning Set for Girls''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット forガール'''), also released on November 8, 2013, contains the same items as the regular XY Beginning Set albeit with different designs. The three half decks are similarly constructed, with a handful of exclusive cards replacing some found in the regular set. The set also comes with damage counters, a coin, a play mat, a damage counter bag, how-to-play instructions, a player's guide, and how-to-play DVD.
 
Following the approach set in the BW Era, the XY Beginning Set received a female-oriented counterpart. The '''XY Beginning Set for Girls''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット forガール'''), also released on November 8, 2013, contains the same items as the regular XY Beginning Set albeit with different designs. The three half decks are similarly constructed, with a handful of exclusive cards replacing some found in the regular set. The set also comes with damage counters, a coin, a play mat, a damage counter bag, how-to-play instructions, a player's guide, and how-to-play DVD.
   
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==XY Beginning Set DX==
 
==XY Beginning Set DX==
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{{main|XY Beginning Set (TCG)}}
 
Released the following week on November 15, 2013 was the '''XY Beginning Set DX''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット DX'''), a deluxe version of the regular XY Beginning Set. This set includes everything found in the XY Beginning Set, plus a set of 32 card sleeves, a deck box, and a sticker sheet, all presented in a metal carrying case. The case features the final evolutions of the [[Kalos]] [[starter Pokémon]]: {{p|Chesnaught}}, {{p|Delphox}}, and {{p|Greninja}}.
 
Released the following week on November 15, 2013 was the '''XY Beginning Set DX''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセット DX'''), a deluxe version of the regular XY Beginning Set. This set includes everything found in the XY Beginning Set, plus a set of 32 card sleeves, a deck box, and a sticker sheet, all presented in a metal carrying case. The case features the final evolutions of the [[Kalos]] [[starter Pokémon]]: {{p|Chesnaught}}, {{p|Delphox}}, and {{p|Greninja}}.
   
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==XY Beginning Set DX for Girls==
 
==XY Beginning Set DX for Girls==
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{{main|XY Beginning Set (TCG)}}
 
The '''XY Beginning Set DX for Girls''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセットDX forガール''') was released alongside the XY Beginning Set DX on November 15, 2013. It is a deluxe version of the regular XY Beginning Set for Girls, including everything found in it, with additional correspondingly designed card sleeves, a deck box, and a sticker sheet. The deluxe set comes in a metal carrying case that features {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}.
 
The '''XY Beginning Set DX for Girls''' (Japanese: '''はじめてセットDX forガール''') was released alongside the XY Beginning Set DX on November 15, 2013. It is a deluxe version of the regular XY Beginning Set for Girls, including everything found in it, with additional correspondingly designed card sleeves, a deck box, and a sticker sheet. The deluxe set comes in a metal carrying case that features {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}.
   
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==Card Box Xerneas•Yveltal including Energy Card==
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==Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie accessories==
{{anchor|Xerneas•Yveltal Card Box}}
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Available alongside the {{TCG|XY Beginning Set}}s were two TCG products featuring the [[Generation VI]] [[starter Pokémon|starters]] {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}} playing together.
Released alongside {{TCG|Collection X}} and {{TCG|Collection Y}} on December 13, 2013, the '''Card Box Xerneas•Yveltal including Energy Card''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きカードボックス ゼルネアス•イベルタル''') continues the trend of official card boxes by including basic Energy cards: five of each type, including the new {{TCG|Fairy Energy}}, for a total of 45. The box also comes with five {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards}}, all of which are {{TCG|Trainer card}}s. The box itself features the Legendary Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}} and {{p|Yveltal}} and has enough storage space for up to 500 cards.
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'''Deck case:''' The '''Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース ハリマロン・フォッコ・ケロマツ''' ''Deck Case: Harimaron•Fokko•Keromatsu'') has capacity to store 180 cards and comes with 2 dividers featuring the same artwork as the case itself—one is white and the other has red, green, and blue stripes matching the color scheme of the case sides and top.
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'''Sleeves:''' A pack of '''Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ハリマロン・フォッコ・ケロマツ''' ''Deck Shield: Harimaron•Fokko•Keromatsu'') contains 32 protective card sleeves—enough for a half deck.
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==XY1 accessories==
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{{anchor|Xerneas & Yveltal Card Box}}
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Released alongside {{TCG|Collection X}} and {{TCG|Collection Y}} on December 13, 2013, collectively the first official expansion of the XY Era, were a couple of TCG storage solutions.
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'''Card box:''' The '''Xerneas & Yveltal Card Box''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きカードボックス ゼルネアス•イベルタル''' ''Card Box: Xerneas•Yveltal including Energy Card'') continues the trend of official card boxes by including a stock of basic Energy cards—5 of each {{TCG|type}}, including the new {{TCG|Fairy Energy}}, for a total of 45. The box also comes with 5 {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards}}, all of which are {{TCG|Trainer card}}s. The box itself features the Legendary Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}} and {{p|Yveltal}} and has enough storage space for up to 500 cards.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Retrieval|3}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 3)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Retrieval|3}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 3)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Switch|4}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 4)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Switch|4}} (XY-P Promo 4)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Super Scoop Up|5}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 5)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Super Scoop Up|5}} (XY-P Promo 5)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pal Pad|6}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 6)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pal Pad|6}} (XY-P Promo 6)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Full Heal|7}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 7)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Full Heal|7}} (XY-P Promo 7)
   
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==Xerneas Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set==
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'''File:''' The 3-ring '''Xerneas & Yveltal Collection File''' (Japanese: '''コレクションファイル ゼルネアス・イベルタル''') features Xerneas and Yveltal on both the front and reverse and includes eight 9-pocket sheets for card display. Packs of containing similarly themed dividers and an additional eight sheets could be purchased separately. The file has a maximum capacity of 20 sheets, or 360 cards.
Available from December 13, 2013 exclusively in Pokémon Centers and stores such as {{wp|7-Eleven}} and {{wp|Ito-Yokado}}, the '''Xerneas Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set''' (Japanese: '''セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット ゼルネアス''') is a special set that contains two {{TCG|Collection X}} booster packs and a {{p|Xerneas}}-themed mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards.
 
   
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|caption1=Xerneas & Yveltal Collection File (front)
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|caption2=Xerneas & Yveltal Collection File (reverse)
 
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==Yveltal Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set==
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==Xerneas Mini File Set==
Another item released on December 13, 2013 was the '''Yveltal Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set''' (Japanese: '''セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット イベルタル''') and as with the Xerneas version, was only available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by {{wp|Seven & I Holdings Co.}}. This set contains a {{p|Yveltal}}-themed mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards and two {{TCG|Collection Y}} booster packs.
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Available from December 13, 2013 exclusively in Pokémon Centers and stores such as {{wp|7-Eleven}} and {{wp|Ito-Yokado}}, the '''Xerneas Mini File Set''' (Japanese: '''セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット ネアス''' ''Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set: Xerneas'') is a special set that contains two {{TCG|Collection X}} booster packs and a {{p|Xerneas}}-themed mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards.
   
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==Yveltal Mini File Set==
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Another item released on December 13, 2013 was the '''Yveltal Mini File Set''' (Japanese: '''セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット イベルタル''' ''Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set: Yveltal'') and as with the Xerneas version, was only available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by {{wp|Seven & I Holdings Co.}}. This set contains a {{p|Yveltal}}-themed mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards and two {{TCG|Collection Y}} booster packs.
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==Lawson Limited Pokémon Coin Set==
 
==Lawson Limited Pokémon Coin Set==
First available in December 2013 exclusively at Lawson stores was the '''Lawson Limited Pokémon Coin Set''' (Japanese: '''ローソン限定 ポケモンコインセット'''). This set comes with two booster packs from {{TCG|Collection X}}, two from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, and a special pack containing one of each basic {{TCG|Energy card}}. These cards are marked “XY-P” with no collection number and feature a Lawson stamp. The set also includes one of two coins featuring {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}: one red, one blue.
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First available in December 2013 exclusively at {{wp|Lawson (store)|Lawson}} stores was the '''Lawson Limited Pokémon Coin Set''' (Japanese: '''ローソン限定 ポケモンコインセット'''). This set comes with two booster packs from {{TCG|Collection X}}, two from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, and a special pack containing one of each basic {{TCG|Energy card}}. These cards are marked "XY-P" with no collection number and feature a Lawson stamp. The set also includes one of two {{TCG|coin}}s featuring {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}: one red, one blue.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Metal Energy|Promo}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}})
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Metal Energy|Promo}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}})
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Fairy Energy|Promo}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}})
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Fairy Energy|Promo}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}})
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==Battle Festa 2013 merchandise==
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The Battle Festa was a large-scale meeting designed to cater for all aspects of the TCG, hosting events that introduced players to the basics of the game, casual battles with various formats, as well as competitive tournaments. Two meetings were held towards the end of the year: the first at Intex Osaka, Osaka on December 15, 2013 and the second at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo on December 23, 2013.
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All attendees were given a Mirror Holofoil {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Helioptile|16}} promotional card bearing the event logo upon entry. Two promotional cards could be exchanged for Play Points accrued by participating in events at each venue, which included the main Victory Battle tournament, the Tag Battle, the Mission Battle, the One Day Battle, and the Combo Adventure. 3 Play Points could be redeemed for a Mirror Holofoil {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Gogoat|17}} promotional card, while 10 Play Points could be exchanged for an unnumbered Mirror Holofoil {{TCG ID|XY-P|Tierno|Promo}} promotional card. Players competing in the main Victory Battle tournament could also earn an unnumbered Mirror Holofoil {{TCG ID|XY-P|Muscle Band|Promo}} promotional card by reaching the 'Premier Stage', which required 4 consecutive wins at the initial 'Challenge Stage'. Winners of the grouped 4-player tournament held at the 'Premier Stage' would go on to the single-elimination 'Climax Stage', in which the top 3 players were awarded a new {{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} trophy card. The Victory Battle had two age categories: the Junior League, limited to elementary school students, and the Open League, which had no age restriction.
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Other areas consisted of the Beginner's Set Battle, which offered a regular copy of 1 of the basic {{TCG|Energy card}}s at random to participants, a Mini Stage that hosted games of rock–paper–scissors and quizzes, and a Relaxation Space, where people could rest between events, take part in a survey to receive original Toyopet Pokémon merchandise, or see the Pikachu Car Exhibition. The Sales Corner sold both the latest products and the event exclusive '''Battle Festa Card Box''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きカードボックス バトルフェスタ''' ''Card Box: Battle Festa including Energy Card''), which like recently released Xerneas & Yveltal Card Box, came packaged with 5 copies each of the nine basic Energy cards plus 5 promotional {{TCG|Trainer card}}s. The box itself features the Battle Festa key visual, consisting of the event logo and Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}}, {{p|Yveltal}}, {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}. People could also redeem an exclusive '''Battle Festa Original Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''オリジナルデッキケース''') featuring {{p|Chesnaught}}, {{p|Delphox}}, and {{p|Greninja}} by presenting the How to Play manual included in copies of {{TCG|XY Beginning Set}}s, XY Beginning Sets for Girls, and their DX variants to attendants.
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Helioptile|16}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 16)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Blacksmith|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Muscle Band|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Gogoat|17}} (XY-P Promo 17)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Tierno|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Gold)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Silver)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Bronze)
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==Xerneas Half Deck==
 
==Xerneas Half Deck==
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|image1=Yveltal Half Deck Famitsu Navi Book.jpg
 
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==Xerneas & Yveltal accessories==
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The release of the {{TCG|Xerneas Half Deck|Xerneas}} and {{TCG|Yveltal Half Deck}}s on January 31, 2014 also saw several TCG accessories become available. Each of these products feature the Legendary Life Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}} and the Legendary Destruction Pokémon {{p|Yveltal}} in the same dynamic poses along with the XY TCG Era logo.
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'''Deck case:''' The '''Xerneas & Yveltal Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース ゼルネアス・イベルタル''') can store a full deck's worth of cards in sleeves plus an additional half deck if necessary, or alternatively 180 unsleeved cards. Each case comes with 2 dividers featuring Xerneas and Yveltal designs.
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'''Playmat:''' Each '''Xerneas & Yveltal Durable Playmat''' (Japanese: '''丈夫なプレイマット ゼルネアス・イベルタル''') contains a 2-player area to conduct a game. The reverse includes directions on where to place cards.
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'''Sleeves:''' Each pack of '''Xerneas & Yveltal Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ゼルネアス・イベルタル''' ''Deck Shield: Xerneas•Yveltal'') contain 32 sleeves for card protection.
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==M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck==
 
==M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck==
 
{{main|M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck (TCG)}}
 
{{main|M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck (TCG)}}
Released alongside the {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} expansion on March 15, 2014 was the '''M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck''' (Japanese: '''メガバトルデッキ60 MリザードンEX'''). The deck continues the {{ct|Fire}} theme established in Wild Blaze with the inclusion of several {{e|Fire}} Pokémon, including the Flame Pokémon {{p|Charizard}}, with Charizard-EX and M Charizard-EX depicting Mega Charizard Y as the featured cards. The deck also comes with a play mat, a coin, damage and status counters, how to play instructions, and a Strongest Battle Master Guide.
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Released alongside the {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} expansion on March 15, 2014 was the '''M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck''' (Japanese: '''メガバトルデッキ60 MリザードンEX'''). The deck continues the {{ct|Fire}} theme established in Wild Blaze with the inclusion of several {{e|Fire}} Pokémon, including the Flame Pokémon {{p|Charizard}}, with Charizard-EX and M Charizard-EX depicting Mega Charizard Y as the featured cards. The deck also comes with a play mat, a coin, damage counters and status markers, how to play instructions, and a Strongest Battle Master Guide.
   
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==Mega Charizard accessories==
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Also released alongside the {{TCG|M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck}} on March 15, 2014 were a number items featuring like designs.
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'''Deck case:''' The lone deck case released at this time was the '''Mega Charizard Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース メガリザードン'''), which features the Flame Pokémon {{p|Charizard}} in both of its [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] states in a [[5ban Graphics]] illustration. The deck case can store a maximum of 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers—1 featuring Mega Charizard X and the other Mega Charizard Y.
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'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains a quantity of protective card sleeves.
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:The '''Mega Charizard Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド メガリザードン''' ''Deck Shield: Mega Lizardon'') feature the same {{me|Charizard}} illustration as the deck case detailed above. Each pack contains 32 sleeves.
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:The '''Lizardon Mega Battle Premium Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールドプレミアム リザードンメガバトル''' ''Deck Shield: Premium Lizardon Mega Battle'') feature the official artwork for the upcoming Lizardon Mega Battle, which includes Mega Charizard Y and the event logo. Each pack contains 62 sleeves and was initially exclusive to Pokémon Centers, later becoming available to purchase at stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings from April 1, 2014.
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==Lizardon Mega Battle Mega Pack==
 
==Lizardon Mega Battle Mega Pack==
As part of a collective campagin leading up to the beginning of the {{tt|Lizardon|Charizard}} Mega Battle beginning in May 2014, a special commemorative pack was relesed on April 19, 2014. The '''Lizardon Mega Battle Mega Pack''' (Japanese: '''メガパック 「リザードンメガバトル」''') is presented in the same foil packaging as booster packs, though is considerably larger, containing a double sided B2 poster, six booster packs, and one of three random promotional cards. The poster features the Flame Pokémon {{p|Charizard}} on one side and a {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} card gallery on the other. The six booster packs comprise two from {{TCG|Collection X}}, two from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, and two from Wild Blaze. The three promotional cards available include {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}, all of which had previously featured English-exclusive artwork.
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As part of a collective campaign leading up to the beginning of the {{tt|Lizardon|Charizard}} Mega Battle beginning in May 2014, a special commemorative pack was released on April 19, 2014. The '''Lizardon Mega Battle Mega Pack''' (Japanese: '''メガパック 「リザードンメガバトル」''') is presented in the same foil packaging as booster packs, though is considerably larger, and contains a double-sided B2 poster, 6 booster packs, and 1 of 3 random promotional cards. The poster features the Flame Pokémon {{p|Charizard}} on one side and a {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} card gallery on the other. The 6 booster packs comprise 2 from {{TCG|Collection X}}, 2 from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, and 2 from Wild Blaze. The 3 promotional cards available include {{p|Chespin}}, {{p|Fennekin}}, and {{p|Froakie}}, all of which had previously featured English-exclusive artwork.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Chespin|34}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 34; Sheen Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Chespin|34}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 34)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Fennekin|35}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 35; Sheen Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Fennekin|35}} (XY-P Promo 35)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Froakie|36}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 36; Sheen Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Froakie|36}} (XY-P Promo 36)
   
 
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==Lizardon Mega Battle merchandise==
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The Lizardon Mega Battle was the first in a series of large-scale tournaments with a theme focusing on a single Pokémon. It takes inspiration from the original Lizardon Mega Battle held in Japan in 1998, the second official domestic tournament to be held. Tournaments were hosted at the Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama on the weekend of May 3-4, 2014, and at Intex Osaka, Osaka on the weekend of May 17-18, 2014.
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People could participate in the main Lizardon Mega Battle event as well as a number of smaller side events on different days. The first day comprised the qualifying for the Lizardon Mega Battle event as well as the Triple Beat Battle and 5 on 5 Battle side events. The second day consisted of the Lizardon Mega Battle final round and the following side events: the Tag Battle, the Mega Charizard VS Battle, the One Day Battle, and the Gym Leader Challenge. All participants were given a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Garchomp-EX|245}} promotional card featuring the event logo upon entry.
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Lizardon Mega Battle participants could register for 1 of 2 leagues: the A League, limited to elementary school students, or the B League, open to those in junior high school and above. All competitors began at the 'Qualifying Block' phase and were put into groups of 4. Those with the most wins in a group would progress to a single-elimination tournament—the 'Qualifying Tournament' phase—and earn a promotional print of {{TCG ID|XY-P|Protection Cube|Promo}}. The top 16 players at the culmination of this phase could progress to the finals on day 2, once again a single-elimination tournament. The top 3 players at the end of the event were awarded a {{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} trophy card based on their position.
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The top 4 players in each league from each venue earned an invitation to play in the Lizardon Mega Battle Japan Championships, held at Pokémon Center Osaka on June 7 and 8, 2014. B League finalists competed on the first day, while those in the A League competed on day 2. The top 4 players of the finals in each league would earn an invitation to the [[2014 World Championships]], and the overall winners from each league were awarded a Mega Charizard trophy, inspired by the one awarded in the 1998 tournament.
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Participants of the side events on day 1 could earn prizes by performing well—those who achieved 3 consecutive wins in the Triple Beat Battle were given a {{TCG ID|XY-P|Blacksmith|Promo}} promotional card; teams that won in the 5 on 5 Battle were given a promotional print of {{TCG ID|XY-P|Fire Energy|Promo}} featuring the event logo. On day 2, side event participants could earn Play Points and redeem them for exclusive cards. Those earning 3 Play Points could redeem them for a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Binacle|49}} promotional card; those earning 7 Play Points could redeem them for a {{TCG ID|XY-P|Greninja|Promo}} promotional card.
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Pop-up Pokémon Stores present at each venue offered the latest products as well as some exclusive merchandise to commemorate the event. The '''Lizardon Mega Battle Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ラバープレイマット 「リザードンメガバトル」''') could be purchased here or won by placing in the top 5 of the Mega Charizard VS Battle. An '''Original Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''オリジナルデッキケース''') featuring {{me|Charizard}} could be received in exchange for showing Strongest Battle Master Guides enclosed in copies of {{TCG|M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck}}s to attendants.
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'''Promotional cards:'''
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Delphox-EX|48}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 48)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Blacksmith|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Fire Energy|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Protection Cube|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Binacle|49}} (XY-P Promo 49)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Greninja|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Gold)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Silver)
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==Mega Lucario Fighting Box==
 
==Mega Lucario Fighting Box==
The '''Mega Lucario Fighting Box''' (Japanese: '''メガルカリオBOX 闘''') was released on June 14, 2014 alongside the {{TCG|Rising Fist}} expansion and continues the {{ct|Fighting}} theme, with the box art featuring {{p|Lucario|Mega Lucario}}, {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Landorus}}, and {{p|Hawlucha}}, all of which appear as cards in the expansion. The box comes packaged with eight Rising Fist booster packs, a Hawlucha-EX promotional card, 10 basic {{TCG|Fighting Energy}} cards, two new {{TCG|Strong Energy}} cards from Rising Fist, one copy each of {{TCG|Supporter cards}} {{TCG|Tierno}} and {{TCG|Shauna}} from the {{TCG|M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck}}, plus a player's guide. The box itself has enough storage space for 750 cards, or 400 cards in sleeves.
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The '''Mega Lucario Fighting Box''' (Japanese: '''メガルカリオBOX 闘''') was released on June 14, 2014 alongside the {{TCG|Rising Fist}} expansion and continues the {{ct|Fighting}} theme, with the box art featuring {{me|Lucario}}, {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Landorus}}, and {{p|Hawlucha}}, all of which appear as cards in the expansion. The box comes packaged with eight Rising Fist booster packs, a Hawlucha-EX promotional card, 10 basic {{TCG|Fighting Energy}} cards, 2 new {{TCG|Strong Energy}} cards from Rising Fist, 1 copy each of {{TCG|Supporter cards}} {{TCG|Tierno}} and {{TCG|Shauna}} from the {{TCG|M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck}}, plus a player's guide. The box itself has enough storage space for 750 cards, or 400 cards in sleeves.
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
*[[Hawlucha-EX (XY-P Promo 38)|Hawlucha]]{{EX}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 38)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Hawlucha-EX|38}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 38)
   
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==Movie Commemoration Xerneas Set==
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==XY3 accessories==
Commemorating the release of ''[[M17|Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction]]'' in cinemas on July 19, 2014, four items of merchandise were made available from the same day, each focusing on one of three Pokémon with major movie roles. The first item was the '''Movie Commemoration Xerneas Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ゼルネアスセット'''), which includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card of the Life Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}}, as well as two {{TCG|Collection X}} booster packs, two {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} booster packs, and two {{TCG|Rising Fist}} booster packs. An application postcard for a prize lottery was also included, in which a set of 500 winners would win a booster box of the upcoming {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} expansion, and another set of 500 winners would win an upcoming {{TCG|Hyper Metal Chain Deck}}.
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Also released on June 14, 2014 were two TCG accessories predominantly featuring the [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form of {{p|Lucario}}, the focal Pokémon of the {{TCG|Rising Fist}} expansion.
   
'''Promotional card:'''
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'''Deck case:''' The '''Mega Lucario Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース メガルカリオ''') comes with 2 card dividers for organization and has a maximum capacity of 180 cards, or 90 cards in sleeves. The case also features {{p|Machamp}}, {{p|Landorus}}, and {{p|Hawlucha}} as they appear on the Mega Lucario Fighting Box art.
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Xerneas|51}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 51; Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil)
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'''Sleeves:''' The '''Mega Lucario Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド メガルカリオ''' ''Deck Shield: Mega Lucario'') contain 32 copies of standard protective sleeves.
   
 
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==Movie Commemoration Yveltal Set==
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==Xerneas Movie Commemoration Set==
The second of four items to be released on July 19, 2014 was the '''Movie Commemoration Yveltal Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 イベルタルセット'''), which includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card of the Destruction Pokémon {{p|Yveltal}}. A similar selection of booster packs to the Xerneas Set are packaged with it, including two from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, two from {{TCG|Wild Blaze}}, and two from {{TCG|Rising Fist}}. An application postcard for the prize lottery to be run in September 2014 was also included.
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Commemorating the release of ''[[M17|Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction]]'' in cinemas on July 19, 2014, 4 special packs were made available from the same day, each focusing on 1 of 3 Pokémon with major movie roles. The first item was the '''Xerneas Movie Commemoration Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ネアスセット'''), which includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card of the Life Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}}, as well as 2 {{TCG|Collection X}} booster packs, 2 {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} booster packs, and 2 {{TCG|Rising Fist}} booster packs. An application postcard for a prize lottery was also included, in which a set of 500 winners would win a booster box of the upcoming {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} expansion, and another set of 500 winners would win an upcoming {{TCG|Hyper Metal Chain Deck}}.
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Yveltal|52}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 52; Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Xerneas|51}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 51)
   
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==Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited>==
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==Yveltal Movie Commemoration Set==
The third item released on July 19, 2014 was the '''Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited>''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ディアンシーセット<劇場・ポケモンセンター限定>'''), one of two products to feature the Jewel Pokémon {{p|Diancie}} in its Japanese TCG debut. The set contains the titular Diancie promotional card, as well as one booster pack from {{TCG|Collection X}}, one from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, one from {{TCG|Wild Blaze}}, and one from {{TCG|Rising Fist}}. A prize lottery application postcard is also included. Unlike the Xerneas and Yveltal sets, this one could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers or at participating cinemas showing ''[[M17|Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction]]''.
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The second of 4 packs to be released on July 19, 2014 was the '''Yveltal Movie Commemoration Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 イベルタルセット'''), which includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card of the Destruction Pokémon {{p|Yveltal}}. A similar selection of booster packs to the Xerneas Set are packaged with it, including 2 from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, 2 from {{TCG|Wild Blaze}}, and 2 from {{TCG|Rising Fist}}. An application postcard for the prize lottery to be run in September 2014 was also included.
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Diancie|53}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 53; Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Yveltal|52}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 52)
   
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==Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>==
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==Theater Diancie Movie Commemoration Set==
Another Diancie-related product was the final item of merchandise first made available on July 19, 2014. The '''Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ディアンシーセット<セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定>''') contains the same assortment of booster packs as the previous version, as well as the same Diancie promotional card, albeit with different artwork. This set was exclusive to Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by {{wp|Seven & I Holdings Co.|Seven & I Holdings}}, such as {{wp|7-Eleven}} and {{wp|Ito-Yokado}}. As with the other sets, an application postcard for the prize lottery to be run in September 2014 was also included.
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The third pack released on July 19, 2014 was the '''Theater Diancie Movie Commemoration Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ディアンシーセット<劇場・ポケモンセンター限定>''' ''Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited>''), 1 of 2 products to feature the Jewel Pokémon {{p|Diancie}} in its Japanese TCG debut. The set contains the titular Diancie promotional card, as well as 1 booster pack from {{TCG|Collection X}}, 1 from {{TCG|Collection Y}}, 1 from {{TCG|Wild Blaze}}, and 1 from {{TCG|Rising Fist}}. A prize lottery application postcard is also included. Unlike the Xerneas and Yveltal sets, this one could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers or at participating cinemas showing ''[[M17|Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction]]''.
   
 
'''Promotional card:'''
 
'''Promotional card:'''
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Diancie|54}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 54; Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Diancie|53}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 53)
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==Seven & I Diancie Movie Commemoration Set==
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Another Diancie-related product was the final pack first made available on July 19, 2014. The '''Seven & I Diancie Movie Commemoration Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念 ディアンシーセット<セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定>''' ''Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>'') contains the same assortment of booster packs as the previous version, as well as the same Diancie promotional card albeit with different artwork. This set was exclusive to Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by {{wp|Seven & I Holdings Co.|Seven & I Holdings}}, such as {{wp|7-Eleven}} and {{wp|Ito-Yokado}}. As with the other sets, an application postcard for the prize lottery to be run in September 2014 was also included.
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'''Promotional card:'''
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Diancie|54}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 54)
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==Xerneas & Yveltal Official Carrying Case==
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Also released on July 19, 2014 was the '''Xerneas & Yveltal Official Carrying Case''' (Japanese: '''オフィシャルキャリングケース ゼルネアス・イベルタル'''), a plastic case that can store up to 1,300 cards complete with handle and clasps. It comes with 11 dividers and a sticker sheet that allows people to order and identify their cards in a number of ways. The case itself features outlines of {{p|Xerneas}} and {{p|Yveltal}} against a blue and red background.
   
 
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|caption1=Xerneas & Yveltal Official<br>Carrying Case
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|caption2=Xerneas & Yveltal Official<br>Carrying Case (storage example)
 
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==Hyper Metal Chain Deck==
 
==Hyper Metal Chain Deck==
 
{{main|Hyper Metal Chain Deck (TCG)}}
 
{{main|Hyper Metal Chain Deck (TCG)}}
Accompanying the release {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} expansion on September 13, 2014 was the '''Hyper Metal Chain Deck''' (Japanese: '''ハイパーメタルチェーンデッキ60 ディアルガEX+ギルガルドEX'''). While Phantom Gate's theme primarily revolves around {{ct|Psychic}} Pokémon, the Hyper Metal Chain Deck focuses almost exclusively on {{ct|Metal}}s, as well as a number of {{TCG|Trainer card|Trainer}} and {{TCG|Energy card}}s. Featured are the Temporal Pokémon {{p|Dialga}} and the Royal Sword Pokémon {{p|Aegislash}}, both of which are {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}. The deck also comes with a fold-out player's guide.
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Accompanying the release {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} expansion on September 13, 2014 was the '''Hyper Metal Chain Deck''' (Japanese: '''ハイパーメタルチェーンデッキ60 ディアルガEX+ギルガルドEX''' ''Hyper Metal Chain Deck DialgaEX+GillgardEX''). While Phantom Gate's theme primarily revolves around {{ct|Psychic}} Pokémon, the Hyper Metal Chain Deck focuses almost exclusively on {{ct|Metal}}s, as well as a number of {{TCG|Trainer card|Trainer}} and {{TCG|Energy card}}s. Featured are the Temporal Pokémon {{p|Dialga}} and the Royal Sword Pokémon {{p|Aegislash}} as {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}}. The deck also comes with a foldout player's guide.
   
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==Famitsu Navi Book Hyper Metal Chain Deck Battle Festa Ver.==
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==Hyper Metal Chain Deck Famitsu Navi Book==
Much like the guidebooks released with the {{TCG|Xerneas Half Deck|Xerneas}} and {{TCG|Yveltal Half Deck}}s, the '''Famitsu Navi Book Hyper Metal Chain Deck Battle Festa Ver.''' (Japanese: '''ファミ通ナビBOOK ハイパーメタルチェーンデッキ60 ディアルガEX+ギルガルドEX バトルフェスタVer.''') was made available in bookstores in tandem with the release of the standard Hyper Metal Chain Deck on September 13, 2014. The box set contains one copy of the Hyper Metal Chain Deck; a player's guide book detailing cards found from all four current XY Era expansions, plus supplemental releases; a set of damage and status counters, and a promotional {{p|Dedenne}} card.
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Much like the guidebooks released with the {{TCG|Xerneas Half Deck|Xerneas}} and {{TCG|Yveltal Half Deck}}s, the '''Hyper Metal Chain Deck Famitsu Navi Book''' (Japanese: '''ファミ通ナビBOOK ハイパーメタルチェーンデッキ60 ディアルガEX+ギルガルドEX バトルフェスタVer.''' ''Famitsu Navi Book Hyper Metal Chain Deck DialgaEX+GillgardEX Battle Festa Ver.'') was made available in bookstores in tandem with the release of the standard {{TCG|Hyper Metal Chain Deck}} on September 13, 2014. The box set contains one copy of the Hyper Metal Chain Deck; a player's guide book detailing cards found from all four current XY Era expansions, plus supplemental releases; a set of damage and status counters, and a promotional {{p|Dedenne}} card.
   
 
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==Super Legend Set Xerneas-EX•Yveltal-EX==
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==XY4 accessories==
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{{TCG|Phantom Gate}}, the fourth XY Era expansion, also saw the release of three TCG accessories representing the set's prevalent {{ct|Psychic}} Pokémon.
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'''Deck case:''' The '''Mega Gengar Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース メガゲンガー''' ''Deck Case: Mega Gangar'') features a side profile of the Shadow Pokémon {{p|Gengar}} in its [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] state against a colorful psychedelic pattern with numerous symbols.
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:The '''Mega Gengar Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド メガゲンガー''' ''Deck Shield: Mega Gangar'') feature the expansion's principal Pokémon {{p|Gengar}} and the same colorful design as the deck case.
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:The '''Espurr & Meowstic Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ニャスパー・ニャオニクス''' ''Deck Shield: Nyasper•Nyaonix'') feature a sleeping male and female {{p|Meowstic}} along with a mewing {{p|Espurr}}. These sleeves were illustrated by [[kirisAki]] and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.
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==Greninja Premium Sleeves==
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Pokémon Centers and participating stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings began selling packs of 62 '''Greninja Premium Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールドプレミアム ゲッコウガ''' ''Deck Shield: Premium Gekkouga'') from October 1, 2014. These sleeves feature the Ninja Pokémon against an illuminated high-rise cityscape at night.
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==Battle Festa 2014 merchandise==
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A second Battle Festa was held in 2014 in five locations across Japan: at ACT CITY Hamamatsu Exhibition Event Hall, Shizuoka on October 26, 2014; at Sunshine City Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo on the weekend of November 1-2, 2014; at Kumamoto City Distribution and Information Hall, Kumamoto on November 9, 2014; at Intex Osaka, Osaka on November 16, 2014; and at Dream Messe Miyagi, Sendai on November 24, 2014.
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Visitors at each venue were given {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pikachu|90}} and {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Gengar Spirit Link|55}} promotional cards upon entry. Pikachu was a new {{TCG|Full Art card}} and features the event logo, while Gengar Spirit Link is a Non Holofoil variant of that included in November 2014 issues of ''V-Jump'', lacking any additional logos. More promotional cards were distributed as part of the event: players participating in the main Victory Battle Gym MIX tournament could earn an unnumbered promotional print of {{TCG ID|XY-P|Robo Substitute|Promo}} by reaching the 'Second Stage', which required 2 consecutive wins at the initial 'First Stage'. A further 3 consecutive wins at the 'Second Stage' would see players progress to the 'Climax Stage', in which players would compete in a single-elimination tournament to determine an overall winner. Those placing in the top 3 would earn {{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} promotional cards. Players could also earn Play Points by participating in the Victory Battle Gym MIX event, as well as the 3 on 3 Battle, the Tag Battle, the One Day Battle, and the Minigame Corner side events. Players could exchange any Play Points they accumulated for prizes: 3 Play Points could be redeemed for a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Sylveon|91}} promotional card, while 12 Play Points could be redeemed for a 2-card set including {{TCG ID|XY-P|Absol-EX|Promo}} and {{TCG ID|XY-P|M Absol-EX|Promo}}.
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Venues with the exception of the Kumamoto event included a Mini Stage area that hosted Pokémon quizzes and variety performances. [[Tomoaki Imakuni]] was a special guest at the Tokyo venue sporting his {{p|Slowpoke}} costume and Pokémon Card Man, a character featured in [[Pokémon Get TV]], was a special guest at the Shizuoka venue. All venues included a merchandise area where people could purchase exclusive items. These included a '''Battle Festa 2014 Slide Card Box''' (Japanese: '''スライドカードボックス バトルフェスタ2014''') and a '''Battle Festa 2014 Limited Memorial Pin''' (Japanese: '''バトルフェスタ2014 開催記念限定ピンズ'''). Both items primarily feature mascots {{p|Pikachu}}, {{p|Gengar}}, and {{me|Lucario}}.
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'''Promotional cards:'''
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pikachu|90}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 90)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Gengar Spirit Link|55}} (XY-P Promo 55)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Robo Substitute|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Sylveon|91}} (XY-P Promo 91)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Absol-EX|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|M Absol-EX|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Gold)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; Silver)
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==Super Legend Set: Xerneas-EX & Yveltal-EX==
 
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The '''Super Legend Set Xerneas-EX•Yveltal-EX''' (Japanese: '''スーパーレジェンドセット60 ゼルネアスEX・イベルタルEX''') was released on November 14, 2014, bridging the gap between the {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} and the {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} expansions. The set features almost exclusively {{TCG|Fairy}} and {{ct|Darkness}}s, focusing on the Legendary Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}} and {{p|Yveltal}}, both of which receive regular prints with previously exclusive English artwork and {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} prints. In addition to the selection of cards, the set also comes packaged with damage and status counters, a game coin, a playmat, a deck case, card sleeves, a poster, and a Player's Guide.
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The '''Super Legend Set: Xerneas-EX & Yveltal-EX''' (Japanese: '''スーパーレジェンドセット60 ゼルネアスEX・イベルタルEX''') was released on November 14, 2014, bridging the gap between the {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} and the {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} and {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} expansions. The set features almost exclusively {{TCG|Fairy}} and {{ct|Darkness}}s, focusing on the Legendary Pokémon {{p|Xerneas}} and {{p|Yveltal}}, both of which receive regular prints with previously exclusive English artwork and {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} {{TCG|Pokémon-EX}} prints. In addition to the selection of cards, the set also comes packaged with damage and status counters, a {{TCG|coin}}, a playmat, a deck case, card sleeves, a poster, and a Player's Guide.
   
 
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==Special Pack M Diancie-EX==
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==M Diancie-EX Special Pack==
Released in conjunction with [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]] on November 21, 2014 in Japan, the '''Special Pack M Diancie-EX''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルパック MディアンシーEX''') features the Jewel Pokémon {{p|Diancie}} and its recently revealed [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form as {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promotional}} [[Pokémon-EX]] cards. The pack also comes with one {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} booster pack, one {{TCG|Rising Fist}} booster pack, and one {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} booster pack.
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Released in conjunction with [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]] on November 21, 2014 in Japan, the '''M Diancie-EX Special Pack''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルパック MディアンシーEX''') features the Jewel Pokémon {{p|Diancie}} and its recently revealed [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form as {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promotional}} [[Pokémon-EX]] cards. The pack also comes with 1 {{TCG|Wild Blaze}} booster pack, 1 {{TCG|Rising Fist}} booster pack, and 1 {{TCG|Phantom Gate}} booster pack.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
*[[Diancie-EX (XY-P Promo 92)|Diancie]]{{EX}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 92)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Diancie-EX|92}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 92)
*{{Mega}}[[M Diancie-EX (XY-P Promo 93)|Diancie]]{{EX}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 93)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Diancie-EX|93}} (XY-P Promo 93)
   
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==Special Pack Silver M Metagross-EX==
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==Silver M Metagross-EX Special Pack==
With the release of {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} and {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} on December 13, 2014, three other items of TCG merchandise were also made available. The first was the '''Special Pack Silver M Metagross-EX''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルパック 銀のMメタグロスEX'''), which includes two promotional cards featuring a [[Shiny]] {{p|Metagross}} and its [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form, plus a promotional print of an Ancient Trait {{p|Torchic}} from Gaia Volcano. The inclusion of the Shiny Metagross and Shiny Mega Metagross ties in with the [[List of Japanese region Nintendo Network event Pokémon distributions in Generation VI#Steven's Beldum|Shiny Beldum]] distributed via the Nintendo Network upon the release of [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]. The Special Pack also comes with three Gaia Volcano booster packs and three Tidal Storm booster packs.
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Many items of TCG merchandise were made available with the release of {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} and {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} on December 13, 2014. Among these was the '''Silver M Metagross-EX Special Pack''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルパック 銀のMメタグロスEX'''), which includes 2 promotional cards featuring a {{Shiny}} {{p|Metagross}} and its [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] form, plus a promotional print of an Ancient Trait {{p|Torchic}} from Gaia Volcano. The inclusion of the Shiny Metagross and Shiny Mega Metagross ties in with the {{DL|List of Japanese region Nintendo Network event Pokémon distributions in Generation VI|Steven's Beldum|Shiny Beldum]] distributed via the Nintendo Network upon the release of [[Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire]]. The Special Pack also comes with 3 Gaia Volcano booster packs and 3 Tidal Storm booster packs.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
*[[Metagross-EX (XY-P Promo 101)|Metagross]]{{EX}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 101)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Metagross-EX|101}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 101)
*{{Mega}}[[M Metagross-EX (XY-P Promo 102)|Metagross]]{{EX}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 102)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Metagross-EX|102}} (XY-P Promo 102)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Torchic|103}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 103)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Torchic|103}} (XY-P Promo 103)
   
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==Card Box Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre including Energy Card==
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==Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Mini File Set==
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Also available from December 13, 2014 was the '''Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Mini File Set''' (Japanese: '''ミニファイルセット ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ'''), which comes with a card file featuring Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre in addition to one {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} booster pack and one {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} booster pack. The file has enough space to store 64 cards.
The second item of merchandise released concurrently with {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} and {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} was the '''Card Box Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre including Energy Card''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きカードボックス ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ'''). Like the original Card Box released a year prior, each box comes with 45 Basic Energy cards (five copies of each type) and the same five {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards}}. The box features {{p|Kyogre|Primal Kyogre}} and {{p|Groudon|Primal Groudon}} and has storage space for up to 500 cards, or 250 cards in sleeves. Three partitions are also included for organization.
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==XY5 accessories==
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{{anchor|Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Card Box}}
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In addition to the larger items detailed above, a number of storage and protection-related items became available to purchase from December 13, 2014. Most feature the Legendary Continent Pokémon {{p|Groudon}} and the Legendary Sea Basin Pokémon {{p|Kyogre}} in their [[Primal Reversion|Primal]] states.
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'''Card box:''' As with the original Card Box released a year prior, the '''Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Card Box''' (Japanese: '''エネルギーカード付きカードボックス ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ''' ''Card Box: Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre including Energy Card'') comes with 45 Basic Energy cards (5 copies of each {{TCG|type}}) and the same 5 {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards}}. The box has storage space for up to 500 cards, or 250 cards in sleeves. Three partitions are also included for organization.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Retrieval|3}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 3)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Retrieval|3}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 3)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Switch|4}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 4)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Energy Switch|4}} (XY-P Promo 4)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Super Scoop Up|5}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 5)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Super Scoop Up|5}} (XY-P Promo 5)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pal Pad|6}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 6)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Pal Pad|6}} (XY-P Promo 6)
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Full Heal|7}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 7)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Full Heal|7}} (XY-P Promo 7)
   
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==Mini File Set Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre==
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'''Deck case:''' The '''Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ''') includes 2 card dividers and can store up to 180 cards.
The third item of merchandise made available on December 13, 2014 was the '''Mini File Set Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre''' (Japanese: '''ミニファイルセット ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ'''), which comes with a card file featuring Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre in addition to one {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} booster pack and one {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} booster pack. The file has enough space to store 64 cards.
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:The '''Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ''' ''Deck Shield: Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre'') feature a [[Ryota Murayama]] illustration of {{p|Groudon|Primal Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre|Primal Kyogre}}, which individually provide the basis for the {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} and {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} booster pack artwork, respectively.
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:The '''Mega Gardevoir Gym Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''ジムデッキシールド メガサーナイト''' ''Gym Deck Shield: Mega Sirnight'') were given to people who purchased 2 in any combination of Gaia Volcano and Tidal Storm booster boxes at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues. The sleeves feature an ornate glass window-like illustration of {{me|Gardevoir}}.
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==Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Rubber Playmats==
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Available in the wake of the dual {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}} and {{TCG|Tidal Storm}} expansion were two single-player playmats featuring {{p|Groudon|Primal Groudon}} and {{p|Kyogre|Primal Kyogre}}. The '''Primal Groudon Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ラバープレイマット ゲンシグラードン''') and '''Primal Kyogre Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ラバープレイマット ゲンシカイオーガ''') could be purchased at Pokémon Centers and stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings from December 27, 2014.
   
 
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==Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo accessories==
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The second phase of Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo opening celebrations began on January 17, 2015. Several new TCG accessories were made available to purchase at Pokémon Centers across the country and at select retailers from this date.
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:The '''Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo Opening Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーOP''' ''Deck Case: Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo OP'') features an ensemble illustration that includes the Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo mascots {{p|Pikachu}} and {{me|Charizard}} flying above the {{wp|Sunshine City, Tokyo|Sunshine City}} complex, the new location of the Pokémon Center. The skyscraper {{wp|Sunshine 60}} dominates the background. The reverse features the Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo logo.
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:The '''Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーのピカチュウ''') features Pikachu clad in a Mega Charizard poncho as designed by [[Kouki Saitou]]. The front features a smiling Pikachu while the reverse features a determined Pikachu. The reverse image was also featured on a [[Mega Tokyo's Pikachu (XY-P Promo 98)|promotional card]] available during the first phase of opening celebrations.
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:The'''Decisive Battle! Mega Battle Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 決戦!メガバトル''' ''Deck Shield: Decisive Battle! Mega Battle'') feature the [[Mega Evolution]]s of the [[Generation I]] [[starter Pokémon]] with their Japanese names in stylized English lettering complete with the Mega Evolution logo.
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:The '''Poké Crest Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ポケ紋''' ''Deck Shield: Poké Crest'') feature stylized dark blue and white crests resembling numerous different Pokémon from several Generations.
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:The '''Poké Ball Design Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド モンスターボール柄''' ''Deck Shield: Monster Ball Design'') feature a design resembling the front of a Poké Ball complete with silhouettes of various Pokémon. These sleeves were subsequently sold outside Japan in {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|January 2016 Pokémon Center accessories|January 2016}} through the Pokémon Center.
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:The '''Pikachu's Tail Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ピカチュウのしっぽ''' ''Deck Shield: Pikachu's Tail'') feature the stripes and tail as one would expect to see on the back of a male Pikachu. These sleeves became available to North American audiences through the Pokémon Center in January 2016.
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:The '''Celestial Observation Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 天体観測''' ''Deck Shield: Celestial Observation'') feature a {{p|Gardevoir}}, {{p|Azumarill}}, and {{p|Flygon}} looking up at the night sky in wonder. A constellation resembling a {{p|Swanna}} is highlighted in the illustration by [[sui]]. These sleeves were also available to purchase outside Japan through the Pokémon Center in January 2016.
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:The '''Milotic Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ミロカロス''' ''Deck Shield: Milokaross'') feature the Tender Pokémon {{p|Milotic}} in a heraldic-like illustration complete with seaweed, coral, and other aquatic plant life.
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==XY6 accessories==
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{{TCG|Emerald Break}}, the sixth XY Era expansion, saw several TCG accessories become available to purchase upon its official release on March 14, 2015. These included:
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'''Sleeves:''' Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.
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:The '''Mega Rayquaza Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド メガレックウザ''' ''Deck Shield: Mega Rayquaza'') feature the Sky High Pokémon rising through the air amidst a meteor shower.
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:The '''Sleeping Pikachu Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド おねむりピカチュウ''' ''Deck Shield: Sleeping Pikachu'') feature the Mouse Pokémon contently asleep under the stars. These sleeves could only be purchased from Pokémon Centers.
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:The '''Goomy's Stuff Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ヌメラだもの。''' ''Deck Shield: Numera's Stuff.'') feature a fired-up {{p|Goomy}} twirling a [[Focus Band]] around one of its horns. This is one of the three Goomy with different personality traits that were used on items available during a Pokémon Center campaign that began on February 7, 2015. These sleeves were also later exclusive to Pokémon Centers. Many items in the initial merchandise campaign were subsequently available overseas in the Pokémon Center [[We're Goomy Collection]] from {{TCGMerch|XY BREAK|Series|January 2016 Pokémon Center accessories|January 2016}}.
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:The '''Shelter from the Rain Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド 雨やどり''' ''Deck Shield: Shelter from the Rain'') feature a [[Tomokazu Komiya]] illustration of numerous Pokémon taking refuge from the rain only to be squished together by a {{p|Snorlax}} seeking shelter. These sleeves could only be purchased from Pokémon Centers.
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The '''Dragonite Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド カイリュー''' ''Deck Shield: Kairyu'') feature a {{p|Dragonite}} taking a thrilled {{p|Bagon}} on a flight above a field of flowers. An {{p|Altaria}} accompanies them in the background. The illustration used on these sleeves was drawn by [[Kanako Eo]] and were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.
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|image3=Goomy Stuff Sleeves.jpg
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|caption3=Goomy's Stuff Sleeves
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==Mega Gallade Premium Sleeves==
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Available from April 1, 2015 were packs of '''Mega Gallade Premium Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールドプレミアム メガエルレイド''' ''Deck Shield: Premium Mega Erureido''). These packs contain 62 sleeves instead of the regular 32, enough for a full deck, and were only available at Pokémon Centers and participating Pokémon Card Gym venues in conjunction with Rayquaza Pre-Battle events that lead up to the main Rayquaza Mega Battle in May. The sleeves feature a medieval inspired illustration that include {{me|Gallade}} leading an {{p|Absol}}, a {{p|Delphox}}, and a {{p|Medicham}} on a quest.
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==Rayquaza Mega Battle merchandise==
 
==Rayquaza Mega Battle merchandise==
Typical of Japanese tournaments, the '''Rayquaza Mega Battle''' both introduced a slew of exclusive merchandise and cards only available at the tournaments held during the month of May 2015, all themed around Mega Rayquaza, and other featured Pokémon from {{TCG|Gaia Volcano}}, {{TCG|Tidal Storm}}, and {{TCG|Emerald Break}}. Available for purchase at the pop-up {{OBP|Pokémon Center|store}} were both an exclusive Rayquaza Mega Battle Pin for ¥500 and a Mega Rayquaza themed Deck Tin reminiscent of the English {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Elite Trainer Deck Shields}} for ¥950. By presenting the voucher included within the {{TCGMerch|XY|Era|Rayquaza Mega Battle Pack}}, patrons could earn the {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Blaziken-EX|138}} XY-P Promotional card.
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The Rayquaza Mega Battle was a large-scale domestic event that allowed players from all over Japan to compete for the right to represent their country in the [[2015 World Championships]]. It was held at four locations: at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on May 5, 2015, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on May 9 and 10, 2015, at the Sapporo Factory, Sapporo on May 23 and 24, 2015, and at Intex Osaka, Osaka on May 31, 2015.
   
Large Japanese tournaments such as the Rayquaza Mega Battle also feature prizes for earning a certain number of points for participating in the various events throughout the event. Eligible events to earn the Play Points included the qualifying phases of the tournament: the Rayquaza Gym Battle, the Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle, and the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge qualifier; and side events at the tournament itself: the 3 on 3 Battle and the Knockout Battle. Five Play Points were awarded for participating in the qualifying events, and 2 for the tournament side events. 2 Play Points were awarded for a win in any of the side events, with a further 3 Play Points awarded for a 3-match winning streak in the 3 on 3 Battle. At 1 point, players could choose between the event's exclusive Gold Cracked Ice Holofoil Mega Rayquaza {{TCG|coin}} or one of four sets of stickers available exclusively at the event. The prize at 3 points was player's choice of 1 of the 8 different prints of the {{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}}. Nine points earned the player the {{TCG ID|XY-P|M Swampert-EX|Promo}} XY-P Promotional card. 29 points earned the top prize for side-events, the exclusive Rayquaza Mega Battle T-shirt, featuring {{p|Pikachu}}. Every prize was winnable more than once, except for the T-shirt.
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All entrants were given a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Swampert-EX|137}} promotional card upon entry at each venue. A slew of exclusive merchandise was also available for purchase at pop-up {{OBP|Pokémon Center|store}}s, including a Rayquaza Mega Battle Pin for ¥500 and a Mega Rayquaza themed Deck Tin reminiscent of the English {{TCGMerch|XY|Series|Elite Trainer Deck Shields}} for ¥950. Patrons who presented a voucher included within {{TCGMerch|XY|Era|Rayquaza Mega Battle Pack}}s to floor staff were given a {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Blaziken-EX|138}} XY-P Promotional card.
   
For those who participated in the main events, the {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Swampert-EX|137}} was made available. Players who progressed to the second round in the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying phase or achieved a 2-match winning streak in the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge qualifier earned an exclusive print of {{TCG ID|XY-P|Mega Turbo|Promo}}. {{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} promotional cards were also available, awarded to the top three competitors from the A League and the B League. Players could qualify for the final stage in two ways. One way was to place in the top three at the Rayquaza Gym Battle or the Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle events leading up to the tournament, thereby becoming eligible for the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying phase. The top players at this stage then progressed through to the final stage. The second way was to participate in the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge qualifier held concurrently with the main qualifying phase. Players who won two consecutive battles at the 'First Stage' progressed to the 'Second Stage', and a further three consecutive wins at the 'Second Stage' granted entry to the Rayquaza Mega Battle final stage. Players knocked out at the main qualifying phase could also participate in the Last Challenge qualifier. The Rayquaza Gym Battle was held between March 1 and March 25, 2015 at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues. The Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle was held at participating Pokémon Centers across two periods for different age categories: between March 28 and April 4, 2015 (all ages), and between March 29 and April 5, 2015 (elementary school students). The top twelve players from each league were then eligible for entry into the Japan Champion Finals, held at Pokémon Center Osaka on the weekend of June 27-28, 2015. The winner of the Japan Champion Finals earned the Mega Rayquaza trophy.
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Each Rayquaza Mega Battle event consisted of 2 tiers: the A League, limited to elementary school students, or the B League, open to those in junior high school and above. Each held two concurrent qualifying rounds followed by a final round. One of these was the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying round, which could be entered by placing in the top three at preceding Rayquaza Gym Battle or Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle events prior to the tournament. The Rayquaza Gym Battle was held between March 1 and March 25, 2015 at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues. The Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle was held at participating Pokémon Centers across two periods for different age categories: between March 28 and April 4, 2015 (all ages), and between March 29 and April 5, 2015 (elementary school students). Competitors in the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying round were divided into groups and played several rounds of single-elimination matches to determine an overall group winner, who would go on to compete in the final round. The second qualifier was the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge, which was structured more like previous large-scale Japanese tournaments. All competitors began at the 'First Stage' and could advance to the 'Second Stage' by recording two consecutive wins. A further three consecutive wins at the 'Second Stage' granted players entry into the final round. Players knocked out in the main qualifying round could also participate in the Last Challenge qualifier. Players who progressed to the second single-elimination round in the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying round or the 'Second Stage' in the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge qualifier earned an exclusive print of {{TCG ID|XY-P|Mega Turbo|Promo}}.
   
Various [[Pokémon Tretta]] events were also held at the Rayquaza Mega Battle venues, except at the Sapporo venue. Participating in the specific promotion, the ''Super! Mega Evolution Battle'', earned players a {{OBP|Sceptile|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}} Tretta. Players who managed to fill the Catch Gauge of any one Pokémon were awarded a {{OBP|Primal Kyogre|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}} a {{OBP|Primal Groudon|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}}, or a {{OBP|Rayquaza|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}} Tretta at random. Participants with the top 10 highest scores were also awarded a certificate.
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The top three players following the conclusion of the final round were awarded {{TCG ID|XY-P|Victory Ring|Promo}} promotional cards. The top twelve players in each of their respective leagues would subsequently earn an invitation to the Rayquaza Mega Battle Japan Championships, held at Pokémon Center Osaka on the weekend of June 27-28, 2015. The top four players of the finals from each league would earn an invitation to the World Championships, and the overall winners from each league were awarded a Mega Rayquaza trophy.
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The Rayquaza Mega Battle also featured prizes that could be redeemed for Play Points, which were awarded by participating in various events at each venue. Eligible events included the qualifying rounds of the main tournament, the 3 on 3 Battle, and the Knockout Battle. At 1 Play Point, players could choose between the event's exclusive Gold Cracked Ice Holofoil Mega Rayquaza {{TCG|coin}} or one of four sets of stickers available exclusively at the event. The prize at 3 points was player's choice of 1 of the 8 different prints of the {{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} {{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}}. Nine points earned players a {{TCG ID|XY-P|M Swampert-EX|Promo}} XY-P Promotional card. 29 points earned the top prize—an exclusive Rayquaza Mega Battle T-shirt featuring {{p|Pikachu}}. Every prize could be redeemed more than once, except for the T-shirt.
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Attendants at each venue also conducted exchanges for the Pokémon Card Chance campaign, which initially ran as a postal exchange campaign between March 14 and May 7, 2015. People could exchange three "1 point" cards found in specially marked {{TCG|Emerald Break}} booster packs for a {{Shiny}} {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Rayquaza-EX|122}} promotional card. There was no limit on how many cards any one person could redeem, other than the quantity supplied at each venue.
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The Super! Mega Evolution Battle [[Pokémon Tretta]] event was also held at venues hosting the Rayquaza Mega Battle, with the exception of the Sapporo venue. Participants who managed to fill the Catch Gauge of any one Pokémon were awarded a {{OBP|Primal Kyogre|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}}, a {{OBP|Primal Groudon|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}}, or a {{OBP|Rayquaza|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}} Tretta at random. Those who did not manage to defeat any Pokémon at these events were instead awarded a {{OBP|Sceptile|Super! Mega Evolution Battle}} Tretta. Participants who managed to fill the Catch Gauge of all three opposing Pokémon were awarded the Sceptile Tretta in addition to the victory prize. The top 10 highest scorers at each venue were also awarded a Pokémon Tretta certificate.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}}; [[Roxanne]])
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Swampert-EX|137}} ({{TCG|XY-P Promotional cards|XY-P Promo}} 137)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Blaziken-EX|138}} (XY-P Promo 138)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Rayquaza-EX|122}} (XY-P Promo 122)
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Roxanne]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Brawly]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Brawly]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Wattson]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Wattson]])
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*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Tate and Liza]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Tate and Liza]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Wallace]])
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Gym Badge|Promo}} (XY-P Promo; [[Wallace]])
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|M Blaziken-EX|138}} (XY-P Promo 138)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Swampert-EX|137}} (XY-P Promo 137)
 
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|M Swampert-EX|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|M Swampert-EX|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Mega Turbo|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
 
*{{TCG ID|XY-P|Mega Turbo|Promo}} (XY-P Promo)
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|caption7=Mega Rayquaza Trophy
 
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==XY7 accessories==
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Pokémon Centers across Japan began selling card sleeves of varying designs upon the release of the seventh XY Era expansion, {{TCG|Bandit Ring}}, on June 20, 2015. Each pack includes 32 sleeves for card protection.
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:The '''Hoopa Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド フーパ''' ''Deck Shield: Hoopa'') feature the Mythical Mischief Pokémon {{p|Hoopa}} surrounded by varieties of its favorite food—donuts.
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:The '''XY Heroine Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド TC~XY Heroine~''' ''Deck Shield: TC~XY Heroine~'') feature the key visual of {{OBP|Serena|game}} from the Trainers Collection merchandise campaign available from Pokémon Centers beginning May 16, 2015. The campaign focuses on the female [[player character]] from [[Pokémon X and Y]] in addition to the [[Battle Chatelaine]]s. Elements of their attire are included in the illustration, which also features {{p|Girafarig}}, {{p|Klefki}}, {{p|Pachirisu}}, and {{p|Purugly}}. The illustration is by Chamōi, a member of music unit {{wp|Mimi Meme Mimi}}.
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:The '''Poké Ball Design Red Version Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド モンスターボール柄 レッドver.''' ''Deck Shield: Monster Ball Design Red ver.'') are a re-release of the original Poké Ball Design Sleeves available in January 2015 with a red border instead of the previous black.
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:The '''Pikachu's Tail Brown Version Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ピカチュウのしっぽ ブラウンver.''' ''Deck Shield: Pikachu's Tail Brown ver.'') are a re-release of the original Pikachu's Tail Sleeves available in January 2015 with a brown border instead of the previous yellow.
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:The '''Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Orange Version Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーのピカチュウ オレンジver.''' ''Deck Shield: Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo’s Pikachu Orange ver.'') are a re-release of the original Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Sleeves available in January 2015 with an orange border instead of the previous black.
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|caption6=Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's<br>Pikachu Orange Version Sleeves
 
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==Pretend Magikarp & Pretend Gyarados Pikachu Special Box==
 
==Pretend Magikarp & Pretend Gyarados Pikachu Special Box==
Several special {{p|Pikachu}}-themed items of merchandise were made available in commemoration of the opening of Pokémon Center Hiroshima on June 26, 2015, among which was the '''Pretend Magikarp & Pretend Gyarados Pikachu Special Box''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルBOX コイキングごっこ&ギャラドスごっこピカチュウ'''). Similarly to items released for the rebrand of Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo, the Pikachu depicted wear ponchos resembling Pokémon Center Hiroshima's mascot {{p|Gyarados}} as well as its prior evolution {{p|Magikarp}} on a number of items packaged in the box. These include two exclusive {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} promotional cards, a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck case, and a long card box for storage. The special box also comes packaged with five {{TCG|Bandit Ring}} booster packs.
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Several special {{p|Pikachu}}-themed items of merchandise were made available in commemoration of the opening of Pokémon Center Hiroshima on June 26, 2015, among which included the '''Pretend Magikarp & Pretend Gyarados Pikachu Special Box''' (Japanese: '''スペシャルBOX コイキングごっこ&ギャラドスごっこピカチュウ'''). Similarly to items released for the rebrand of Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo, the Pikachu depicted wear ponchos resembling Pokémon Center Hiroshima's mascot {{p|Gyarados}} as well as its prior evolution {{p|Magikarp}} on a number of items packaged in the box. These include two exclusive {{TCG|Full Art card|Full Art}} promotional cards, a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck case, and a long card box for storage. The special box also comes packaged with five {{TCG|Bandit Ring}} booster packs.
   
 
'''Promotional cards:'''
 
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==Movie Commemoration Special Pack Hoopa <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>==
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==Mega Rayquaza Rubber Playmat==
An array of merchandise was released in conjunction with the Japanese opening of ''[[M18|Hoopa and the Clash of Ages]]'' in cinemas. Available from July 18, 2015 was the '''Movie Commemoration Special Pack Hoopa <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念スペシャルパック フーパ<セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定>'''), sold exclusively in Pokémon Centers and stores owned by {{wp|Seven & I Holdings Co.}}. It includes two original Sheen Holofoil promotional cards featuring a {{p|Pikachu}} and a {{p|Hoopa}}, plus two {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}} Concept Packs and one {{TCG|Bandit Ring}} booster pack.
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Pokémon Centers and stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings began selling the '''Mega Rayquaza Rubber Playmat''' (Japanese: '''ラバープレイマット メガレックウザ''') from July 1, 2015. This single-player playmat features a [[Ryota Murayama]] illustration of the Legendary Sky High Pokémon in its [[Mega Evolution|Mega Evolved]] state as used on products available earlier in the year.
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==Hoopa Movie Commemoration Special Pack==
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An array of merchandise was released in conjunction with the Japanese opening of ''[[M18|Hoopa and the Clash of Ages]]'' in cinemas. Available from July 18, 2015 was the '''Hoopa Movie Commemoration Special Pack''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念スペシャルパック フーパ<セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定>''' ''Movie Commemoration Special Pack: Hoopa <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>''), sold exclusively in Pokémon Centers and stores owned by {{wp|Seven & I Holdings Co.}}. It includes two original Sheen Holofoil promotional cards featuring a {{p|Pikachu}} and a {{p|Hoopa}}, plus two {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}} Concept Packs and one {{TCG|Bandit Ring}} booster pack.
   
 
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|caption1=Hoopa Movie Commemoration Special Pack
 
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==Movie Commemoration <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited> Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set==
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==Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set==
Another special pack available from July 18, 2015 was the '''Movie Commemoration <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited> Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念<劇場・ポケモンセンター限定> 「フーパのおでまし~!アルバムセット」'''), which comes with two {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}} Concept Packs, released on the same day, and an album for displaying up to 12 cards. Two pages in the album feature large illustrations that can be completed by inserting the appropriate cards. The first page contains an illustration by [[Naoki Saito]], which features an arid landscape and [[Dahara City]] in the distance, and includes space for the promotional {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Hoopa|155}} card available to movie patrons. The second page contains a landscape illustration by [[Shin Nagasawa]] and includes spaces for {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Regigigas|23}}, {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Arceus|24}}, and {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|White Kyurem|21}}, all from the Legendary Shine Collection. Although the last two pages contain no large illustration, the display flaps on the third page have the edges of {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Reshiram|2}} and {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Black Kyurem|20}}, which form a collective image by [[Mitsuhiro Arita]].
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Another special pack available from July 18, 2015 was the '''Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set''' (Japanese: '''映画公開記念<劇場・ポケモンセンター限定> 「フーパのおでまし~!アルバムセット」''' ''Movie Commemoration <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited> Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set''), which comes with two {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}} Concept Packs, released on the same day, and an album for displaying up to 12 cards. Two pages in the album feature large illustrations that can be completed by inserting the appropriate cards. The first page contains an illustration by [[Naoki Saito]], which features an arid landscape and [[Dahara City]] in the distance, and includes space for the promotional {{TCG ID|XY-P Promo|Hoopa|155}} card available to movie patrons. The second page contains a landscape illustration by [[Shin Nagasawa]] and includes spaces for {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Regigigas|23}}, {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Arceus|24}}, and {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|White Kyurem|21}}, all from the Legendary Shine Collection. Although the last two pages contain no large illustration, the display flaps on the third page have the edges of {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Reshiram|2}} and {{TCG ID|Legendary Shine Collection|Black Kyurem|20}}, which form a collective image by [[Mitsuhiro Arita]].
   
 
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|caption2=Illustration from album
 
|caption2=Illustration from album
 
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|caption3=Illustration from album
 
|caption3=Illustration from album
 
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|image1=EmboarEX vs TogekissEX Deck Kit.jpg
 
|caption1=Emboar-EX vs Togekiss-EX Deck Kit
 
|caption1=Emboar-EX vs Togekiss-EX Deck Kit
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The release of the {{TCG|Legendary Shine Collection}} on July 18, 2015 also saw several TCG storage and protection solutions become available to purchase. These included:
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'''Deck case:''' The '''Hoopa Unbound Deck Case''' (Japanese: '''デッキケース ときはなたれしフーパ''' ''Deck Case Released Hoopa'') features a [[Ryota Murayama]] illustration that includes the Mythical Djinn Pokémon {{p|Hoopa}} as well as {{Shiny}} versions of {{p|Groudon|Primal Groudon}}, {{p|Kyogre|Primal Kyogre}}, and {{me|Rayquaza}}, all of which were included in the recent {{TCG|Bandit Ring}} expansion. Each deck case can store up to 180 cards and come with 2 card dividers.
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:The '''Hoopa Unbound Sleeves''' (Japanese: '''デッキシールド ときはなたれしフーパ''' ''Deck Shield: Released Hoopa'') feature {{p|Hoopa}} in its {{DL|List of Pokémon with form differences|Hoopa|Unbound Forme}} in an illustration by [[Ryota Murayama]]. The same artwork was used on {{TCG|Bandit Ring}} booster packs. Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.
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The other Master Deck Build Box available from August 7, 2015 was the '''M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style''' (Japanese: '''MマスターデッキビルドBOX スピードスタイル'''). Like its counterpart, the selection of 203 cards includes player favourites that focus on quick set-up. 102 of these consist of Pokémon and Trainer cards, with the remaining 101 made up from {{TCG|Energy card}}s featuring every type. Also included are a Mega Master Deck Build Book, and a long card box for storage.
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← BW merchandise
TCG Era
XY BREAK era →

The Japanese XY Era of the Pokémon Trading Card Game began in November 2013 with the release of the XY Beginning Set, starting off a wide array of TCG merchandise centered around Pokémon X and Y and the Kalos region. This collection includes a substantial amount of decks, blister packs, books, and many more items utilized to distribute various promotional cards among other products commemorating the sixth generation of the franchise. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese XY Era of the Trading Card Game.

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XY Beginning Set

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Similarly to the BW Era, the XY Beginning Set (Japanese: はじめてセット) marks the first major piece of merchandise released for the XY Era. Available on November 8, 2013, the set features three half decks that focus on the Kalos starter Pokémon Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie, with their final evolutions included as Holofoil cards. The set continues the trend of previous introductory sets by including helpful items such as how-to-play instructions, a player's guide, and how-to-play DVD. Also packaged are game requisites, which include damage counters, a coin, and play mat. A damage counter bag is supplied as well.

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XY Beginning Set for Girls

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Following the approach set in the BW Era, the XY Beginning Set received a female-oriented counterpart. The XY Beginning Set for Girls (Japanese: はじめてセット forガール), also released on November 8, 2013, contains the same items as the regular XY Beginning Set albeit with different designs. The three half decks are similarly constructed, with a handful of exclusive cards replacing some found in the regular set. The set also comes with damage counters, a coin, a play mat, a damage counter bag, how-to-play instructions, a player's guide, and how-to-play DVD.

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XY Beginning Set DX

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Released the following week on November 15, 2013 was the XY Beginning Set DX (Japanese: はじめてセット DX), a deluxe version of the regular XY Beginning Set. This set includes everything found in the XY Beginning Set, plus a set of 32 card sleeves, a deck box, and a sticker sheet, all presented in a metal carrying case. The case features the final evolutions of the Kalos starter Pokémon: Chesnaught, Delphox, and Greninja.

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XY Beginning Set DX for Girls

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The XY Beginning Set DX for Girls (Japanese: はじめてセットDX forガール) was released alongside the XY Beginning Set DX on November 15, 2013. It is a deluxe version of the regular XY Beginning Set for Girls, including everything found in it, with additional correspondingly designed card sleeves, a deck box, and a sticker sheet. The deluxe set comes in a metal carrying case that features Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie.

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Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie accessories

Available alongside the XY Beginning Sets were two TCG products featuring the Generation VI starters Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie playing together.

Deck case: The Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ハリマロン・フォッコ・ケロマツ Deck Case: Harimaron•Fokko•Keromatsu) has capacity to store 180 cards and comes with 2 dividers featuring the same artwork as the case itself—one is white and the other has red, green, and blue stripes matching the color scheme of the case sides and top.

Sleeves: A pack of Chespin, Fennekin & Froakie Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ハリマロン・フォッコ・ケロマツ Deck Shield: Harimaron•Fokko•Keromatsu) contains 32 protective card sleeves—enough for a half deck.

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XY1 accessories

Released alongside Collection X and Collection Y on December 13, 2013, collectively the first official expansion of the XY Era, were a couple of TCG storage solutions.

Card box: The Xerneas & Yveltal Card Box (Japanese: エネルギーカード付きカードボックス ゼルネアス•イベルタル Card Box: Xerneas•Yveltal including Energy Card) continues the trend of official card boxes by including a stock of basic Energy cards—5 of each type, including the new Fairy Energy, for a total of 45. The box also comes with 5 XY-P Promotional cards, all of which are Trainer cards. The box itself features the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal and has enough storage space for up to 500 cards.

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File: The 3-ring Xerneas & Yveltal Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル ゼルネアス・イベルタル) features Xerneas and Yveltal on both the front and reverse and includes eight 9-pocket sheets for card display. Packs of containing similarly themed dividers and an additional eight sheets could be purchased separately. The file has a maximum capacity of 20 sheets, or 360 cards.

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Xerneas Mini File Set

Available from December 13, 2013 exclusively in Pokémon Centers and stores such as 7-Eleven and Ito-Yokado, the Xerneas Mini File Set (Japanese: セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット ゼルネアス Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set: Xerneas) is a special set that contains two Collection X booster packs and a Xerneas-themed mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards.

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Yveltal Mini File Set

Another item released on December 13, 2013 was the Yveltal Mini File Set (Japanese: セブン&アイ•ポケモンセンター限定 ミニファイルセット イベルタル Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited Mini File Set: Yveltal) and as with the Xerneas version, was only available to purchase at Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by Seven & I Holdings Co.. This set contains a Yveltal-themed mini card file with enough space to store 72 cards and two Collection Y booster packs.

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Lawson Limited Pokémon Coin Set

First available in December 2013 exclusively at Lawson stores was the Lawson Limited Pokémon Coin Set (Japanese: ローソン限定 ポケモンコインセット). This set comes with two booster packs from Collection X, two from Collection Y, and a special pack containing one of each basic Energy card. These cards are marked "XY-P" with no collection number and feature a Lawson stamp. The set also includes one of two coins featuring Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie: one red, one blue.

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Battle Festa 2013 merchandise

The Battle Festa was a large-scale meeting designed to cater for all aspects of the TCG, hosting events that introduced players to the basics of the game, casual battles with various formats, as well as competitive tournaments. Two meetings were held towards the end of the year: the first at Intex Osaka, Osaka on December 15, 2013 and the second at the Tokyo International Exhibition Center, Tokyo on December 23, 2013.

All attendees were given a Mirror Holofoil Helioptile promotional card bearing the event logo upon entry. Two promotional cards could be exchanged for Play Points accrued by participating in events at each venue, which included the main Victory Battle tournament, the Tag Battle, the Mission Battle, the One Day Battle, and the Combo Adventure. 3 Play Points could be redeemed for a Mirror Holofoil Gogoat promotional card, while 10 Play Points could be exchanged for an unnumbered Mirror Holofoil Tierno promotional card. Players competing in the main Victory Battle tournament could also earn an unnumbered Mirror Holofoil Muscle Band promotional card by reaching the 'Premier Stage', which required 4 consecutive wins at the initial 'Challenge Stage'. Winners of the grouped 4-player tournament held at the 'Premier Stage' would go on to the single-elimination 'Climax Stage', in which the top 3 players were awarded a new Victory Ring trophy card. The Victory Battle had two age categories: the Junior League, limited to elementary school students, and the Open League, which had no age restriction.

Other areas consisted of the Beginner's Set Battle, which offered a regular copy of 1 of the basic Energy cards at random to participants, a Mini Stage that hosted games of rock–paper–scissors and quizzes, and a Relaxation Space, where people could rest between events, take part in a survey to receive original Toyopet Pokémon merchandise, or see the Pikachu Car Exhibition. The Sales Corner sold both the latest products and the event exclusive Battle Festa Card Box (Japanese: エネルギーカード付きカードボックス バトルフェスタ Card Box: Battle Festa including Energy Card), which like recently released Xerneas & Yveltal Card Box, came packaged with 5 copies each of the nine basic Energy cards plus 5 promotional Trainer cards. The box itself features the Battle Festa key visual, consisting of the event logo and Pokémon Xerneas, Yveltal, Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie. People could also redeem an exclusive Battle Festa Original Deck Case (Japanese: オリジナルデッキケース) featuring Chesnaught, Delphox, and Greninja by presenting the How to Play manual included in copies of XY Beginning Sets, XY Beginning Sets for Girls, and their DX variants to attendants.

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Xerneas Half Deck

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As one of two half decks featuring the game mascots of Pokémon X and Y, the Xerneas Half Deck (Japanese: ゼルネアスデッキ30) was made available on January 31, 2014. Unlike most half decks, the Xerneas Half Deck includes only Fairy-type Pokémon, with the Legendary Life Pokémon Xerneas featured among them. The half deck also comes with a Special Edition Collection X booster pack, a player's guide, a coin, damage counters, and status counters. The Special Edition Collection X booster pack includes a fixed promotional Clefairy card.

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Yveltal Half Deck

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The Yveltal Half Deck (Japanese: イベルタルデッキ30) is the second of two half decks released on January 31, 2014, focusing on the Legendary Destruction Pokémon Yveltal. Like the accompanying Xerneas Half Deck, the Yveltal Half Deck features only one type of Pokémon: Darkness, plus a selection of Trainer cards and Darkness Energy cards. A Special Edition Collection Y booster pack is packaged with the half deck, which includes a fixed promotional Pancham card. The half deck also includes a player's guide and how-to-play simple guide, damage counters, status counters, and a coin.

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Xerneas Half Deck Famitsu Navi Book

Released in bookstores at the same time as the regular Xerneas Half Deck on January 31, 2014, the Xerneas Half Deck Famitsu Navi Book (Japanese: ファミ通ナビBOOK ゼルネアスデッキ30) is a box set that contains a Xerneas Half Deck and a book detailing cards found in Collection X. The set also includes a set of damage and status counters, a Xerneas-themed play mat, and bonus promotional card.

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Yveltal Half Deck Famitsu Navi Book

Like the Xerneas Half Deck, a special version of the Yveltal Half Deck was also released in bookstores on January 31, 2014. The Yveltal Half Deck Famitsu Navi Book (Japanese: ファミ通ナビBOOK イベルタルデッキ30) box set includes one full Yveltal Half Deck, a book detailing cards found in Collection Y, a set of damage and status counters, a Yveltal-themed play mat, and a bonus promotional card.

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Xerneas & Yveltal accessories

The release of the Xerneas and Yveltal Half Decks on January 31, 2014 also saw several TCG accessories become available. Each of these products feature the Legendary Life Pokémon Xerneas and the Legendary Destruction Pokémon Yveltal in the same dynamic poses along with the XY TCG Era logo.

Deck case: The Xerneas & Yveltal Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ゼルネアス・イベルタル) can store a full deck's worth of cards in sleeves plus an additional half deck if necessary, or alternatively 180 unsleeved cards. Each case comes with 2 dividers featuring Xerneas and Yveltal designs.

Playmat: Each Xerneas & Yveltal Durable Playmat (Japanese: 丈夫なプレイマット ゼルネアス・イベルタル) contains a 2-player area to conduct a game. The reverse includes directions on where to place cards.

Sleeves: Each pack of Xerneas & Yveltal Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ゼルネアス・イベルタル Deck Shield: Xerneas•Yveltal) contain 32 sleeves for card protection.

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M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck

Main article: M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck (TCG)

Released alongside the Wild Blaze expansion on March 15, 2014 was the M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck (Japanese: メガバトルデッキ60 MリザードンEX). The deck continues the Fire-type theme established in Wild Blaze with the inclusion of several Fire Pokémon, including the Flame Pokémon Charizard, with Charizard-EX and M Charizard-EX depicting Mega Charizard Y as the featured cards. The deck also comes with a play mat, a coin, damage counters and status markers, how to play instructions, and a Strongest Battle Master Guide.

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Mega Charizard accessories

Also released alongside the M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck on March 15, 2014 were a number items featuring like designs.

Deck case: The lone deck case released at this time was the Mega Charizard Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガリザードン), which features the Flame Pokémon Charizard in both of its Mega Evolved states in a 5ban Graphics illustration. The deck case can store a maximum of 180 cards and comes with 2 card dividers—1 featuring Mega Charizard X and the other Mega Charizard Y.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains a quantity of protective card sleeves.

The Mega Charizard Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガリザードン Deck Shield: Mega Lizardon) feature the same Mega Charizard illustration as the deck case detailed above. Each pack contains 32 sleeves.
The Lizardon Mega Battle Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム リザードンメガバトル Deck Shield: Premium Lizardon Mega Battle) feature the official artwork for the upcoming Lizardon Mega Battle, which includes Mega Charizard Y and the event logo. Each pack contains 62 sleeves and was initially exclusive to Pokémon Centers, later becoming available to purchase at stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings from April 1, 2014.

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Lizardon Mega Battle Mega Pack

As part of a collective campaign leading up to the beginning of the Lizardon Mega Battle beginning in May 2014, a special commemorative pack was released on April 19, 2014. The Lizardon Mega Battle Mega Pack (Japanese: メガパック 「リザードンメガバトル」) is presented in the same foil packaging as booster packs, though is considerably larger, and contains a double-sided B2 poster, 6 booster packs, and 1 of 3 random promotional cards. The poster features the Flame Pokémon Charizard on one side and a Wild Blaze card gallery on the other. The 6 booster packs comprise 2 from Collection X, 2 from Collection Y, and 2 from Wild Blaze. The 3 promotional cards available include Chespin, Fennekin, and Froakie, all of which had previously featured English-exclusive artwork.

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Lizardon Mega Battle merchandise

The Lizardon Mega Battle was the first in a series of large-scale tournaments with a theme focusing on a single Pokémon. It takes inspiration from the original Lizardon Mega Battle held in Japan in 1998, the second official domestic tournament to be held. Tournaments were hosted at the Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama on the weekend of May 3-4, 2014, and at Intex Osaka, Osaka on the weekend of May 17-18, 2014.

People could participate in the main Lizardon Mega Battle event as well as a number of smaller side events on different days. The first day comprised the qualifying for the Lizardon Mega Battle event as well as the Triple Beat Battle and 5 on 5 Battle side events. The second day consisted of the Lizardon Mega Battle final round and the following side events: the Tag Battle, the Mega Charizard VS Battle, the One Day Battle, and the Gym Leader Challenge. All participants were given a Garchomp-EX promotional card featuring the event logo upon entry.

Lizardon Mega Battle participants could register for 1 of 2 leagues: the A League, limited to elementary school students, or the B League, open to those in junior high school and above. All competitors began at the 'Qualifying Block' phase and were put into groups of 4. Those with the most wins in a group would progress to a single-elimination tournament—the 'Qualifying Tournament' phase—and earn a promotional print of Protection Cube. The top 16 players at the culmination of this phase could progress to the finals on day 2, once again a single-elimination tournament. The top 3 players at the end of the event were awarded a Victory Ring trophy card based on their position.

The top 4 players in each league from each venue earned an invitation to play in the Lizardon Mega Battle Japan Championships, held at Pokémon Center Osaka on June 7 and 8, 2014. B League finalists competed on the first day, while those in the A League competed on day 2. The top 4 players of the finals in each league would earn an invitation to the 2014 World Championships, and the overall winners from each league were awarded a Mega Charizard trophy, inspired by the one awarded in the 1998 tournament.

Participants of the side events on day 1 could earn prizes by performing well—those who achieved 3 consecutive wins in the Triple Beat Battle were given a Blacksmith promotional card; teams that won in the 5 on 5 Battle were given a promotional print of Fire Energy featuring the event logo. On day 2, side event participants could earn Play Points and redeem them for exclusive cards. Those earning 3 Play Points could redeem them for a Binacle promotional card; those earning 7 Play Points could redeem them for a Greninja promotional card.

Pop-up Pokémon Stores present at each venue offered the latest products as well as some exclusive merchandise to commemorate the event. The Lizardon Mega Battle Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット 「リザードンメガバトル」) could be purchased here or won by placing in the top 5 of the Mega Charizard VS Battle. An Original Deck Case (Japanese: オリジナルデッキケース) featuring Mega Charizard could be received in exchange for showing Strongest Battle Master Guides enclosed in copies of M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Decks to attendants.

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Mega Lucario Fighting Box

The Mega Lucario Fighting Box (Japanese: メガルカリオBOX 闘) was released on June 14, 2014 alongside the Rising Fist expansion and continues the Fighting-type theme, with the box art featuring Mega Lucario, Machamp, Landorus, and Hawlucha, all of which appear as cards in the expansion. The box comes packaged with eight Rising Fist booster packs, a Hawlucha-EX promotional card, 10 basic Fighting Energy cards, 2 new Strong Energy cards from Rising Fist, 1 copy each of Supporter cards Tierno and Shauna from the M Charizard-EX Mega Battle Deck, plus a player's guide. The box itself has enough storage space for 750 cards, or 400 cards in sleeves.

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XY3 accessories

Also released on June 14, 2014 were two TCG accessories predominantly featuring the Mega Evolved form of Lucario, the focal Pokémon of the Rising Fist expansion.

Deck case: The Mega Lucario Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガルカリオ) comes with 2 card dividers for organization and has a maximum capacity of 180 cards, or 90 cards in sleeves. The case also features Machamp, Landorus, and Hawlucha as they appear on the Mega Lucario Fighting Box art.

Sleeves: The Mega Lucario Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガルカリオ Deck Shield: Mega Lucario) contain 32 copies of standard protective sleeves.

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Xerneas Movie Commemoration Set

Commemorating the release of Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction in cinemas on July 19, 2014, 4 special packs were made available from the same day, each focusing on 1 of 3 Pokémon with major movie roles. The first item was the Xerneas Movie Commemoration Set (Japanese: 映画公開記念 ゼルネアスセット), which includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card of the Life Pokémon Xerneas, as well as 2 Collection X booster packs, 2 Wild Blaze booster packs, and 2 Rising Fist booster packs. An application postcard for a prize lottery was also included, in which a set of 500 winners would win a booster box of the upcoming Phantom Gate expansion, and another set of 500 winners would win an upcoming Hyper Metal Chain Deck.

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Yveltal Movie Commemoration Set

The second of 4 packs to be released on July 19, 2014 was the Yveltal Movie Commemoration Set (Japanese: 映画公開記念 イベルタルセット), which includes a Cracked Ice Reverse Holofoil promotional card of the Destruction Pokémon Yveltal. A similar selection of booster packs to the Xerneas Set are packaged with it, including 2 from Collection Y, 2 from Wild Blaze, and 2 from Rising Fist. An application postcard for the prize lottery to be run in September 2014 was also included.

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Theater Diancie Movie Commemoration Set

The third pack released on July 19, 2014 was the Theater Diancie Movie Commemoration Set (Japanese: 映画公開記念 ディアンシーセット<劇場・ポケモンセンター限定> Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited>), 1 of 2 products to feature the Jewel Pokémon Diancie in its Japanese TCG debut. The set contains the titular Diancie promotional card, as well as 1 booster pack from Collection X, 1 from Collection Y, 1 from Wild Blaze, and 1 from Rising Fist. A prize lottery application postcard is also included. Unlike the Xerneas and Yveltal sets, this one could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers or at participating cinemas showing Diancie and the Cocoon of Destruction.

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Seven & I Diancie Movie Commemoration Set

Another Diancie-related product was the final pack first made available on July 19, 2014. The Seven & I Diancie Movie Commemoration Set (Japanese: 映画公開記念 ディアンシーセット<セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定> Movie Commemoration Diancie Set <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>) contains the same assortment of booster packs as the previous version, as well as the same Diancie promotional card albeit with different artwork. This set was exclusive to Pokémon Centers and store chains owned by Seven & I Holdings, such as 7-Eleven and Ito-Yokado. As with the other sets, an application postcard for the prize lottery to be run in September 2014 was also included.

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Xerneas & Yveltal Official Carrying Case

Also released on July 19, 2014 was the Xerneas & Yveltal Official Carrying Case (Japanese: オフィシャルキャリングケース ゼルネアス・イベルタル), a plastic case that can store up to 1,300 cards complete with handle and clasps. It comes with 11 dividers and a sticker sheet that allows people to order and identify their cards in a number of ways. The case itself features outlines of Xerneas and Yveltal against a blue and red background.

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Hyper Metal Chain Deck

Main article: Hyper Metal Chain Deck (TCG)

Accompanying the release Phantom Gate expansion on September 13, 2014 was the Hyper Metal Chain Deck (Japanese: ハイパーメタルチェーンデッキ60 ディアルガEX+ギルガルドEX Hyper Metal Chain Deck DialgaEX+GillgardEX). While Phantom Gate's theme primarily revolves around Psychic-type Pokémon, the Hyper Metal Chain Deck focuses almost exclusively on Metal-types, as well as a number of Trainer and Energy cards. Featured are the Temporal Pokémon Dialga and the Royal Sword Pokémon Aegislash as Pokémon-EX. The deck also comes with a foldout player's guide.

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Hyper Metal Chain Deck Famitsu Navi Book

Much like the guidebooks released with the Xerneas and Yveltal Half Decks, the Hyper Metal Chain Deck Famitsu Navi Book (Japanese: ファミ通ナビBOOK ハイパーメタルチェーンデッキ60 ディアルガEX+ギルガルドEX バトルフェスタVer. Famitsu Navi Book Hyper Metal Chain Deck DialgaEX+GillgardEX Battle Festa Ver.) was made available in bookstores in tandem with the release of the standard Hyper Metal Chain Deck on September 13, 2014. The box set contains one copy of the Hyper Metal Chain Deck; a player's guide book detailing cards found from all four current XY Era expansions, plus supplemental releases; a set of damage and status counters, and a promotional Dedenne card.

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XY4 accessories

Phantom Gate, the fourth XY Era expansion, also saw the release of three TCG accessories representing the set's prevalent Psychic-type Pokémon.

Deck case: The Mega Gengar Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガゲンガー Deck Case: Mega Gangar) features a side profile of the Shadow Pokémon Gengar in its Mega Evolved state against a colorful psychedelic pattern with numerous symbols. The case includes 2 card dividers with similar designs to the outer packaging and has enough space to hold 180 cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 sleeves for card protection.

The Mega Gengar Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガゲンガー Deck Shield: Mega Gangar) feature the expansion's principal Pokémon Gengar and the same colorful design as the deck case.
The Espurr & Meowstic Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ニャスパー・ニャオニクス Deck Shield: Nyasper•Nyaonix) feature a sleeping male and female Meowstic along with a mewing Espurr. These sleeves were illustrated by kirisAki and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

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Greninja Premium Sleeves

Pokémon Centers and participating stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings began selling packs of 62 Greninja Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム ゲッコウガ Deck Shield: Premium Gekkouga) from October 1, 2014. These sleeves feature the Ninja Pokémon against an illuminated high-rise cityscape at night.

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Battle Festa 2014 merchandise

A second Battle Festa was held in 2014 in five locations across Japan: at ACT CITY Hamamatsu Exhibition Event Hall, Shizuoka on October 26, 2014; at Sunshine City Bunka Kaikan, Tokyo on the weekend of November 1-2, 2014; at Kumamoto City Distribution and Information Hall, Kumamoto on November 9, 2014; at Intex Osaka, Osaka on November 16, 2014; and at Dream Messe Miyagi, Sendai on November 24, 2014.

Visitors at each venue were given Pikachu and Gengar Spirit Link promotional cards upon entry. Pikachu was a new Full Art card and features the event logo, while Gengar Spirit Link is a Non Holofoil variant of that included in November 2014 issues of V-Jump, lacking any additional logos. More promotional cards were distributed as part of the event: players participating in the main Victory Battle Gym MIX tournament could earn an unnumbered promotional print of Robo Substitute by reaching the 'Second Stage', which required 2 consecutive wins at the initial 'First Stage'. A further 3 consecutive wins at the 'Second Stage' would see players progress to the 'Climax Stage', in which players would compete in a single-elimination tournament to determine an overall winner. Those placing in the top 3 would earn Victory Ring promotional cards. Players could also earn Play Points by participating in the Victory Battle Gym MIX event, as well as the 3 on 3 Battle, the Tag Battle, the One Day Battle, and the Minigame Corner side events. Players could exchange any Play Points they accumulated for prizes: 3 Play Points could be redeemed for a Sylveon promotional card, while 12 Play Points could be redeemed for a 2-card set including Absol-EX and M Absol-EX.

Venues with the exception of the Kumamoto event included a Mini Stage area that hosted Pokémon quizzes and variety performances. Tomoaki Imakuni was a special guest at the Tokyo venue sporting his Slowpoke costume and Pokémon Card Man, a character featured in Pokémon Get TV, was a special guest at the Shizuoka venue. All venues included a merchandise area where people could purchase exclusive items. These included a Battle Festa 2014 Slide Card Box (Japanese: スライドカードボックス バトルフェスタ2014) and a Battle Festa 2014 Limited Memorial Pin (Japanese: バトルフェスタ2014 開催記念限定ピンズ). Both items primarily feature mascots Pikachu, Gengar, and Mega Lucario.

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Super Legend Set: Xerneas-EX & Yveltal-EX

Main article: Super Legend Set: Xerneas-EX & Yveltal-EX (TCG)

The Super Legend Set: Xerneas-EX & Yveltal-EX (Japanese: スーパーレジェンドセット60 ゼルネアスEX・イベルタルEX) was released on November 14, 2014, bridging the gap between the Phantom Gate and the Gaia Volcano and Tidal Storm expansions. The set features almost exclusively Fairy and Darkness-types, focusing on the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas and Yveltal, both of which receive regular prints with previously exclusive English artwork and Full Art Pokémon-EX prints. In addition to the selection of cards, the set also comes packaged with damage and status counters, a coin, a playmat, a deck case, card sleeves, a poster, and a Player's Guide.

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M Diancie-EX Special Pack

Released in conjunction with Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire on November 21, 2014 in Japan, the M Diancie-EX Special Pack (Japanese: スペシャルパック MディアンシーEX) features the Jewel Pokémon Diancie and its recently revealed Mega Evolved form as XY-P Promotional Pokémon-EX cards. The pack also comes with 1 Wild Blaze booster pack, 1 Rising Fist booster pack, and 1 Phantom Gate booster pack.

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Silver M Metagross-EX Special Pack

Many items of TCG merchandise were made available with the release of Gaia Volcano and Tidal Storm on December 13, 2014. Among these was the Silver M Metagross-EX Special Pack (Japanese: スペシャルパック 銀のMメタグロスEX), which includes 2 promotional cards featuring a Shiny Metagross and its Mega Evolved form, plus a promotional print of an Ancient Trait Torchic from Gaia Volcano. The inclusion of the Shiny Metagross and Shiny Mega Metagross ties in with the {{DL|List of Japanese region Nintendo Network event Pokémon distributions in Generation VI|Steven's Beldum|Shiny Beldum]] distributed via the Nintendo Network upon the release of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire. The Special Pack also comes with 3 Gaia Volcano booster packs and 3 Tidal Storm booster packs.

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Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Mini File Set

Also available from December 13, 2014 was the Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Mini File Set (Japanese: ミニファイルセット ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ), which comes with a card file featuring Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre in addition to one Gaia Volcano booster pack and one Tidal Storm booster pack. The file has enough space to store 64 cards.

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XY5 accessories

In addition to the larger items detailed above, a number of storage and protection-related items became available to purchase from December 13, 2014. Most feature the Legendary Continent Pokémon Groudon and the Legendary Sea Basin Pokémon Kyogre in their Primal states.

Card box: As with the original Card Box released a year prior, the Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Card Box (Japanese: エネルギーカード付きカードボックス ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ Card Box: Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre including Energy Card) comes with 45 Basic Energy cards (5 copies of each type) and the same 5 XY-P Promotional cards. The box has storage space for up to 500 cards, or 250 cards in sleeves. Three partitions are also included for organization.

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Deck case: The Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ) includes 2 card dividers and can store up to 180 cards.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.

The Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ゲンシグラードン・ゲンシカイオーガ Deck Shield: Primal Groudon•Primal Kyogre) feature a Ryota Murayama illustration of Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre, which individually provide the basis for the Gaia Volcano and Tidal Storm booster pack artwork, respectively.
The Mega Gardevoir Gym Sleeves (Japanese: ジムデッキシールド メガサーナイト Gym Deck Shield: Mega Sirnight) were given to people who purchased 2 in any combination of Gaia Volcano and Tidal Storm booster boxes at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues. The sleeves feature an ornate glass window-like illustration of Mega Gardevoir.

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Primal Groudon & Primal Kyogre Rubber Playmats

Available in the wake of the dual Gaia Volcano and Tidal Storm expansion were two single-player playmats featuring Primal Groudon and Primal Kyogre. The Primal Groudon Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ゲンシグラードン) and Primal Kyogre Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ゲンシカイオーガ) could be purchased at Pokémon Centers and stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings from December 27, 2014.

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Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo accessories

The second phase of Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo opening celebrations began on January 17, 2015. Several new TCG accessories were made available to purchase at Pokémon Centers across the country and at select retailers from this date.

Deck cases: Each deck case comes with 2 card dividers and can store 180 unsleeved cards or 90 cards in sleeves.

The Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo Opening Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーOP Deck Case: Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo OP) features an ensemble illustration that includes the Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo mascots Pikachu and Mega Charizard flying above the Sunshine City complex, the new location of the Pokémon Center. The skyscraper Sunshine 60 dominates the background. The reverse features the Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo logo.
The Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーのピカチュウ) features Pikachu clad in a Mega Charizard poncho as designed by Kouki Saitou. The front features a smiling Pikachu while the reverse features a determined Pikachu. The reverse image was also featured on a promotional card available during the first phase of opening celebrations.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.

TheDecisive Battle! Mega Battle Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 決戦!メガバトル Deck Shield: Decisive Battle! Mega Battle) feature the Mega Evolutions of the Generation I starter Pokémon with their Japanese names in stylized English lettering complete with the Mega Evolution logo.
The Poké Crest Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポケ紋 Deck Shield: Poké Crest) feature stylized dark blue and white crests resembling numerous different Pokémon from several Generations.
The Poké Ball Design Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド モンスターボール柄 Deck Shield: Monster Ball Design) feature a design resembling the front of a Poké Ball complete with silhouettes of various Pokémon. These sleeves were subsequently sold outside Japan in January 2016 through the Pokémon Center.
The Pikachu's Tail Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウのしっぽ Deck Shield: Pikachu's Tail) feature the stripes and tail as one would expect to see on the back of a male Pikachu. These sleeves became available to North American audiences through the Pokémon Center in January 2016.
The Celestial Observation Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 天体観測 Deck Shield: Celestial Observation) feature a Gardevoir, Azumarill, and Flygon looking up at the night sky in wonder. A constellation resembling a Swanna is highlighted in the illustration by sui. These sleeves were also available to purchase outside Japan through the Pokémon Center in January 2016.
The Milotic Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミロカロス Deck Shield: Milokaross) feature the Tender Pokémon Milotic in a heraldic-like illustration complete with seaweed, coral, and other aquatic plant life.
The Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo Opening Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーOP Deck Shield: Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo OP) feature the same carnival-like illustration of the Sunshine City complex as the accompanying deck case.
The Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーのピカチュウ Deck Shield: Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu) feature a determined Pikachu wearing a Mega Charizard poncho. The background includes white outlines of Pikachu being mischievous.

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Magma Gang VS Aqua Gang: Double Crisis Value Set

Available upon the release of the Magma Gang VS Aqua Gang: Double Crisis sub-set on January 30, 2015 was the Magma Gang VS Aqua Gang: Double Crisis Value Set (Japanese: マグマ団VSアクア団 ダブルクライシス バリューセット). Each Value Set comes packaged with 2 Magma Gang VS Aqua Gang: Double Crisis Concept Packs, 1 set of 5 Basic Energy cards, and 1 half deck case adorned with artwork of Kyogre, Groudon, Team Aqua, and Team Magma. The Energy cards include 1 copy each of the primary types featured in the sub-set: Fire Energy, Water Energy, Psychic Energy, Fighting Energy, and Darkness Energy.

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M Rayquaza-EX Mega Battle Deck

Main article: M Rayquaza-EX Mega Battle Deck (TCG)

Following on from the trend established in Wild Blaze and the release of numerous Charizard cards, Emerald Break continues this with the Legendary Sky High Pokémon Rayquaza. Both it and its Mega Evolved form are included in the main expansion as Colorless-type Pokémon, and both are featured as Dragon-type Pokémon in the accompanying M Rayquaza-EX Mega Battle Deck (Japanese: メガバトルデッキ60 メガレックウザEX), released on March 14, 2015. In addition to the cards included, the deck also comes with damage and status counters, a play mat, a coin, how to play instructions, and a Strongest Battle Master Guide.

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XY6 accessories

Emerald Break, the sixth XY Era expansion, saw several TCG accessories become available to purchase upon its official release on March 14, 2015. These included:

Deck case: The only product of this type available from this date was the Mega Rayquaza Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース メガレックウザ), which features the same Ryota Murayama artwork of Mega Rayquaza as that used on Emerald Break booster packs. Each deck case can store up to 180 unsleeved cards (or 90 cards in sleeves) and include 2 card dividers to aid in organization.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.

The Mega Rayquaza Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド メガレックウザ Deck Shield: Mega Rayquaza) feature the Sky High Pokémon rising through the air amidst a meteor shower.
The Sleeping Pikachu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド おねむりピカチュウ Deck Shield: Sleeping Pikachu) feature the Mouse Pokémon contently asleep under the stars. These sleeves could only be purchased from Pokémon Centers.
The Goomy's Stuff Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ヌメラだもの。 Deck Shield: Numera's Stuff.) feature a fired-up Goomy twirling a Focus Band around one of its horns. This is one of the three Goomy with different personality traits that were used on items available during a Pokémon Center campaign that began on February 7, 2015. These sleeves were also later exclusive to Pokémon Centers. Many items in the initial merchandise campaign were subsequently available overseas in the Pokémon Center We're Goomy Collection from January 2016.
The Shelter from the Rain Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 雨やどり Deck Shield: Shelter from the Rain) feature a Tomokazu Komiya illustration of numerous Pokémon taking refuge from the rain only to be squished together by a Snorlax seeking shelter. These sleeves could only be purchased from Pokémon Centers.

The Dragonite Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド カイリュー Deck Shield: Kairyu) feature a Dragonite taking a thrilled Bagon on a flight above a field of flowers. An Altaria accompanies them in the background. The illustration used on these sleeves was drawn by Kanako Eo and were exclusive to Pokémon Centers.

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Mega Gallade Premium Sleeves

Available from April 1, 2015 were packs of Mega Gallade Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム メガエルレイド Deck Shield: Premium Mega Erureido). These packs contain 62 sleeves instead of the regular 32, enough for a full deck, and were only available at Pokémon Centers and participating Pokémon Card Gym venues in conjunction with Rayquaza Pre-Battle events that lead up to the main Rayquaza Mega Battle in May. The sleeves feature a medieval inspired illustration that include Mega Gallade leading an Absol, a Delphox, and a Medicham on a quest.

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Rayquaza Mega Battle Mega Pack

Continuing with trends established the previous year, the campaign leading up to the start of the Rayquaza Mega Battle in May 2015 saw the release of another large booster pack-style item of merchandise. Released on April 17, 2015 was the Rayquaza Mega Battle Mega Pack (Japanese: メガパック 「レックウザメガバトル」), which comes packaged with a double-sided B2 poster, six booster packs, and one promotional Blaziken-EX card. The selection of booster packs include two from Gaia Volcano, two from Tidal Storm, and two from Emerald Break; the poster features artwork promoting the Rayquaza Mega Battle on one side and an Emerald Break card gallery on the other.

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Rayquaza Mega Battle merchandise

The Rayquaza Mega Battle was a large-scale domestic event that allowed players from all over Japan to compete for the right to represent their country in the 2015 World Championships. It was held at four locations: at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on May 5, 2015, at Makuhari Messe, Chiba on May 9 and 10, 2015, at the Sapporo Factory, Sapporo on May 23 and 24, 2015, and at Intex Osaka, Osaka on May 31, 2015.

All entrants were given a Swampert-EX promotional card upon entry at each venue. A slew of exclusive merchandise was also available for purchase at pop-up Pokémon Centers, including a Rayquaza Mega Battle Pin for ¥500 and a Mega Rayquaza themed Deck Tin reminiscent of the English Elite Trainer Deck Shields for ¥950. Patrons who presented a voucher included within Rayquaza Mega Battle Packs to floor staff were given a M Blaziken-EX XY-P Promotional card.

Each Rayquaza Mega Battle event consisted of 2 tiers: the A League, limited to elementary school students, or the B League, open to those in junior high school and above. Each held two concurrent qualifying rounds followed by a final round. One of these was the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying round, which could be entered by placing in the top three at preceding Rayquaza Gym Battle or Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle events prior to the tournament. The Rayquaza Gym Battle was held between March 1 and March 25, 2015 at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues. The Rayquaza Pokémon Center Battle was held at participating Pokémon Centers across two periods for different age categories: between March 28 and April 4, 2015 (all ages), and between March 29 and April 5, 2015 (elementary school students). Competitors in the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying round were divided into groups and played several rounds of single-elimination matches to determine an overall group winner, who would go on to compete in the final round. The second qualifier was the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge, which was structured more like previous large-scale Japanese tournaments. All competitors began at the 'First Stage' and could advance to the 'Second Stage' by recording two consecutive wins. A further three consecutive wins at the 'Second Stage' granted players entry into the final round. Players knocked out in the main qualifying round could also participate in the Last Challenge qualifier. Players who progressed to the second single-elimination round in the main Rayquaza Mega Battle qualifying round or the 'Second Stage' in the Rayquaza Mega Battle Last Challenge qualifier earned an exclusive print of Mega Turbo.

The top three players following the conclusion of the final round were awarded Victory Ring promotional cards. The top twelve players in each of their respective leagues would subsequently earn an invitation to the Rayquaza Mega Battle Japan Championships, held at Pokémon Center Osaka on the weekend of June 27-28, 2015. The top four players of the finals from each league would earn an invitation to the World Championships, and the overall winners from each league were awarded a Mega Rayquaza trophy.

The Rayquaza Mega Battle also featured prizes that could be redeemed for Play Points, which were awarded by participating in various events at each venue. Eligible events included the qualifying rounds of the main tournament, the 3 on 3 Battle, and the Knockout Battle. At 1 Play Point, players could choose between the event's exclusive Gold Cracked Ice Holofoil Mega Rayquaza coin or one of four sets of stickers available exclusively at the event. The prize at 3 points was player's choice of 1 of the 8 different prints of the Gym Badge XY-P Promo. Nine points earned players a M Swampert-EX XY-P Promotional card. 29 points earned the top prize—an exclusive Rayquaza Mega Battle T-shirt featuring Pikachu. Every prize could be redeemed more than once, except for the T-shirt.

Attendants at each venue also conducted exchanges for the Pokémon Card Chance campaign, which initially ran as a postal exchange campaign between March 14 and May 7, 2015. People could exchange three "1 point" cards found in specially marked Emerald Break booster packs for a Shiny Rayquaza-EX promotional card. There was no limit on how many cards any one person could redeem, other than the quantity supplied at each venue.

The Super! Mega Evolution Battle Pokémon Tretta event was also held at venues hosting the Rayquaza Mega Battle, with the exception of the Sapporo venue. Participants who managed to fill the Catch Gauge of any one Pokémon were awarded a Primal Kyogre, a Primal Groudon, or a Rayquaza Tretta at random. Those who did not manage to defeat any Pokémon at these events were instead awarded a Sceptile Tretta. Participants who managed to fill the Catch Gauge of all three opposing Pokémon were awarded the Sceptile Tretta in addition to the victory prize. The top 10 highest scorers at each venue were also awarded a Pokémon Tretta certificate.

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XY7 accessories

Pokémon Centers across Japan began selling card sleeves of varying designs upon the release of the seventh XY Era expansion, Bandit Ring, on June 20, 2015. Each pack includes 32 sleeves for card protection.

Sleeves

The Hoopa Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド フーパ Deck Shield: Hoopa) feature the Mythical Mischief Pokémon Hoopa surrounded by varieties of its favorite food—donuts.
The XY Heroine Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド TC~XY Heroine~ Deck Shield: TC~XY Heroine~) feature the key visual of Serena from the Trainers Collection merchandise campaign available from Pokémon Centers beginning May 16, 2015. The campaign focuses on the female player character from Pokémon X and Y in addition to the Battle Chatelaines. Elements of their attire are included in the illustration, which also features Girafarig, Klefki, Pachirisu, and Purugly. The illustration is by Chamōi, a member of music unit Mimi Meme Mimi.
The Poké Ball Design Red Version Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド モンスターボール柄 レッドver. Deck Shield: Monster Ball Design Red ver.) are a re-release of the original Poké Ball Design Sleeves available in January 2015 with a red border instead of the previous black.
The Pikachu's Tail Brown Version Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウのしっぽ ブラウンver. Deck Shield: Pikachu's Tail Brown ver.) are a re-release of the original Pikachu's Tail Sleeves available in January 2015 with a brown border instead of the previous yellow.
The Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Orange Version Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ポケモンセンターメガトウキョーのピカチュウ オレンジver. Deck Shield: Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo’s Pikachu Orange ver.) are a re-release of the original Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo's Pikachu Sleeves available in January 2015 with an orange border instead of the previous black.

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Pretend Magikarp & Pretend Gyarados Pikachu Special Box

Several special Pikachu-themed items of merchandise were made available in commemoration of the opening of Pokémon Center Hiroshima on June 26, 2015, among which included the Pretend Magikarp & Pretend Gyarados Pikachu Special Box (Japanese: スペシャルBOX コイキングごっこ&ギャラドスごっこピカチュウ). Similarly to items released for the rebrand of Pokémon Center Mega Tokyo, the Pikachu depicted wear ponchos resembling Pokémon Center Hiroshima's mascot Gyarados as well as its prior evolution Magikarp on a number of items packaged in the box. These include two exclusive Full Art promotional cards, a set of 62 card sleeves, a deck case, and a long card box for storage. The special box also comes packaged with five Bandit Ring booster packs.

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Mega Rayquaza Rubber Playmat

Pokémon Centers and stores hosting Pokémon Card Gym meetings began selling the Mega Rayquaza Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット メガレックウザ) from July 1, 2015. This single-player playmat features a Ryota Murayama illustration of the Legendary Sky High Pokémon in its Mega Evolved state as used on products available earlier in the year.

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Hoopa Movie Commemoration Special Pack

An array of merchandise was released in conjunction with the Japanese opening of Hoopa and the Clash of Ages in cinemas. Available from July 18, 2015 was the Hoopa Movie Commemoration Special Pack (Japanese: 映画公開記念スペシャルパック フーパ<セブン&アイ・ポケモンセンター限定> Movie Commemoration Special Pack: Hoopa <Seven & I•Pokémon Center Limited>), sold exclusively in Pokémon Centers and stores owned by Seven & I Holdings Co.. It includes two original Sheen Holofoil promotional cards featuring a Pikachu and a Hoopa, plus two Legendary Shine Collection Concept Packs and one Bandit Ring booster pack.

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Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set

Another special pack available from July 18, 2015 was the Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set (Japanese: 映画公開記念<劇場・ポケモンセンター限定> 「フーパのおでまし~!アルバムセット」 Movie Commemoration <Theater•Pokémon Center Limited> Hoopa's Appearance~! Album Set), which comes with two Legendary Shine Collection Concept Packs, released on the same day, and an album for displaying up to 12 cards. Two pages in the album feature large illustrations that can be completed by inserting the appropriate cards. The first page contains an illustration by Naoki Saito, which features an arid landscape and Dahara City in the distance, and includes space for the promotional Hoopa card available to movie patrons. The second page contains a landscape illustration by Shin Nagasawa and includes spaces for Regigigas, Arceus, and White Kyurem, all from the Legendary Shine Collection. Although the last two pages contain no large illustration, the display flaps on the third page have the edges of Reshiram and Black Kyurem, which form a collective image by Mitsuhiro Arita.

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Emboar-EX vs Togekiss-EX Deck Kit

Main article: Emboar-EX vs Togekiss-EX Deck Kit (TCG)

Also available on July 18, 2015 was the Emboar-EX vs Togekiss-EX Deck Kit (Japanese: 対戦スタートセット30「エンブオーEX VS トゲキッスEX」). The kit includes two Half Decks featuring the Mega Fire Pig Pokémon Emboar and the Jubilee Pokémon Togekiss, both of which are included as Pokémon-EX. The kit has a primary focus on Fire-type and Fairy-types plus a number of other supporting types, in addition to a selection of Trainer and Energy cards. The kit comes complete with a set of damage and status counters, a coin, a play mat, how to play instructions, and a player's guide.

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CP2 accessories

The release of the Legendary Shine Collection on July 18, 2015 also saw several TCG storage and protection solutions become available to purchase. These included:

Deck case: The Hoopa Unbound Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ときはなたれしフーパ Deck Case Released Hoopa) features a Ryota Murayama illustration that includes the Mythical Djinn Pokémon Hoopa as well as Shiny versions of Primal Groudon, Primal Kyogre, and Mega Rayquaza, all of which were included in the recent Bandit Ring expansion. Each deck case can store up to 180 cards and come with 2 card dividers.

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The Hoopa Unbound Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ときはなたれしフーパ Deck Shield: Released Hoopa) feature Hoopa in its Unbound Forme in an illustration by Ryota Murayama. The same artwork was used on Bandit Ring booster packs. Each pack contains 32 card sleeves.
The Steven & Mega Metagross Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム ダイゴ&メガメタグロス Deck Shield Premium: Daigo & Mega Metagross) feature Hoenn Champion Steven Stone and his Mega Evolved Metagross. Each pack contains 62 card sleeves and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers. The sleeves were released again on January 27, 2017 after fans voted it the second favorite choice in the Deck Shield Big Election 35 campaign, which was a poll to select the top 5 card sleeve designs from 35 of those previously released. The poll was held in conjunction with the 20th Anniversary of the Pokémon Trading Card Game in Japan.
The Wally & Mega Gallade Premium Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールドプレミアム ミツル&メガエルレイド Deck Shield: Premium Mitsuru & Mega Erureido) feature Trainer Wally and his Mega Evolved Gallade. Each pack contains 62 card sleeves and could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers.

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M Master Deck Build Box Power Style

Main article: M Master Deck Build Box Power Style (TCG)

Based on the original Master Deck Build Box EX released during the BW Era, two new Master Deck Build Boxes were made available from August 7, 2015, this time focusing on Mega Pokémon released throughout the XY Era. One of these was the M Master Deck Build Box Power Style (Japanese: MマスターデッキビルドBOX パワースタイル), which includes a selection of popular Pokémon and supporting Trainer cards from previous XY Era expansions that focus on dealing damage. The box includes a total of 203 cards, a Mega Master Deck Build Book, and a long card box for storage.

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M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style

Main article: M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style (TCG)

The other Master Deck Build Box available from August 7, 2015 was the M Master Deck Build Box Speed Style (Japanese: MマスターデッキビルドBOX スピードスタイル). Like its counterpart, the selection of 203 cards includes player favorites that focus on quick set-up. 102 of these consist of Pokémon and Trainer cards, with the remaining 101 made up from Energy cards featuring every type. Also included are a Mega Master Deck Build Book, and a long card box for storage.

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The Sneak-Peek Tins
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The Sneak-Peek Tins
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The Sneak-Peek Tins
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The Sneak-Peek Tins
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The Sneak-Peek Tins
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The Sneak-Peek Tins




Pokémon Trading Card Game merchandise
Japanese TCG merchandise
Original Era
Neo Era
VS Era
e-Card Era
ADV Era
PCG Era
DP Era
DPt Era
LEGEND Era
BW Era
XY Era
XY BREAK Era
Sun & Moon Era


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