Scarlet & Violet TCG Era merchandise

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The Japanese Scarlet & Violet Era of the Pokémon Trading Card Game officially began with the release of the dual Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansion on January 20, 2023, which featured new Pokémon and characters from the ninth generation titles Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. Many new cards became available in subsequent expansions, subsets, boxed products, and promotions, accompanied by a wide array of other TCG-related merchandise. Below is a chronological list of all the items released during the Japanese Scarlet & Violet Era of the Trading Card Game.

ex Starter Sets

Main article: ex Starter Sets (TCG)

The Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansions were accompanied by a trio of 60-card decks that focused on the evolutionary families of the Generation IX first partner Pokémon and Pokémon supporting the returning Pokémon ex mechanic:

ex Starter Set Sprigatito & Lucario ex (Japanese: スターターセットex ニャオハ&ルカリオex)
ex Starter Set Fuecoco & Ampharos ex (Japanese: スターターセットex ホゲータ&デンリュウex)
ex Starter Set Quaxly & Mimikyu ex (Japanese: スターターセットex クワッス&ミミッキュex)

Each deck supported two primary Pokémon types and included multiples of updated Trainer and Energy cards. Decks were packaged with a sheet of damage counters and Special Condition markers, a coin, a playmat, an instruction manual, and a play guide. Each deck variation also included a Promo Card Pack, which contained one of four possible SV-P Promotional cards. A total of eight promotional cards could be obtained from these packs—two were specific to a deck, while the other two could be found in all three. The same eight cards could also be found in Promo Card Packs given away in a concurrent purchase campaign.

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Premium Trainer Box ex

Main article: Premium Trainer Box ex (TCG)

The Premium Trainer Box ex (Japanese: プレミアムトレーナーボックス ソード&シールド) was also released alongside the dual Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansion on January 20, 2023. It contained a selection of Pokémon, Trainer, and Energy cards from both the Sword & Shield Era and the Scarlet & Violet Era, plus 10 Scarlet ex and 10 Violet ex booster packs to experiment with the latest cards. Each box also came with acrylic damage counters, acrylic status markers, a coin, and a damage counter case.

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Scarlet ex & Violet ex Special Set

Participating convenience stores across Japan began to sell the Scarlet ex & Violet ex Special Set (Japanese: スカーレットex&バイオレットex スペシャルセット) from January 20, 2023. Each special set included five Scarlet ex booster packs, five Violet ex booster packs, and one Let's Start Playing Pokémon Card Game Campaign Promo Card Pack.

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Energy Card Set

The Energy Card Set (Japanese: エネルギーカードセット) provided an additional Energy card resource for players and was made available alongside many other products on January 20, 2023. Each set included 13 copies of the eight basic Energy cards used as of the Scarlet & Violet Era, plus three SV-P Promotional cards, a cardboard sheet of damage counters and Special Condition markers, and a coin.

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SV1 accessories

A new wave of TCG accessories was made available to supplement the first card products of the Scarlet & Violet Era on January 20, 2023.

Carrying case: The Koraidon & Miraidon Carrying Case (Japanese: キャリングケース コライドン・ミライドン) was a plastic case with eight fixed partitions that could be used to store cards or a variety of smaller TCG items. Cases also included eleven separator plates and a sheet of stickers that could be used for labeling. Each case features a gray and teal Pokémon ex color scheme with outlines of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet mascots Koraidon and Miraidon.

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Card box: The Koraidon & Miraidon Long Card Box (Japanese: ロングカードボックス コライドン・ミライドン) could hold up to 750 unsleeved cards once assembled. The box was also wide enough to store up to three standard-sized deck cases in addition to a loose 60-card deck. It features the Legendary Paradox Pokémon Koraidon and Miraidon.

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Deck cases: Each deck case can store up to 180 loose cards and can be secured shut with hook-and-loop fasteners. Deck cases were also packaged with two card dividers.

  • The Koraidon Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース コライドン) features artwork of the Winged King Koraidon in its Apex Build.
  • The Miraidon Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース コライドン) similarly features the Iron Serpent Miraidon in Ultimate Mode.
  • The Sprigatito & Fuecoco & Quaxly Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ニャオハ&ホゲータ&クワッス Deck Case: Nyahoja & Hogator & Kuwassu) features the Paldea first partner Pokémon Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly. This deck case could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and from the Pokémon Center Online.

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Playmat: The Koraidon & Miraidon Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット コライドン・ミライドン) provided a suitable game surface for a single player and featured the Generation IX Legendary Pokémon Koraidon and Miraidon plus labeled card areas. The playmat was exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online—sales for the latter were conducted by lottery and could be applied for between December 21 and 25, 2022.

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Sleeves: Each pack contains 64 card protector sleeves.

  • The Koraidon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド コライドン Deck Shield: Koraidon) feature a scarlet-colored border and portray the Paradox Pokémon Koraidon priming an attack.
  • The Miraidon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミライドン Deck Shield: Miraidon) feature a violet-colored border and depict lightning emanating from the Paradox Pokémon Miraidon.
  • The Sprigatito & Fuecoco & Quaxly Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ニャオハ&ホゲータ&クワッス Deck Shield: Nyahoja & Hogator & Kuwassu) feature the trio of Generation IX first partner Pokémon Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly together with their appropriate Energy symbols. These sleeves were illustrated by Lee HyunJung and were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.
  • The Lechonk Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド グルトン Deck Shield: Gourton) feature the Hog Pokémon Lechonk relaxing in a wood. These sleeves were exclusive to official Pokémon outlets and were illustrated by Mari Inoue.
  • The Gardevoir Evolutionary Traces Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 進化の軌跡 サーナイト Deck Shield: Evolutionary Traces: Sirnight) feature a vivid illustration by kantaro of the Embrace Pokémon Gardevoir and its prior evolutions Kirlia and Ralts. These sleeves could only be purchased at Pokémon Centers and from the Pokémon Center Online.
  • The Magnezone Evolutionary Traces Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 進化の軌跡 ジバコイル Deck Shield: Evolutionary Traces: Jibacoil) feature the evolutionary family of Magnezone drifting around an abandoned power station. These sleeves have artwork by Oswaldo KATO and were exclusive to official Pokémon outlets.

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File: Each 4-ring Koraidon & Miraidon Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル コライドン・ミライドン) came with ten 9-pocket sheets and could accommodate up to 20 sheets, allowing up to 360 cards to be displayed. Files featured Koraidon on the front and Miraidon on the reverse; both sides also featured the updated Pokémon ex logo for the Scarlet & Violet Era. Packs of ten Koraidon & Miraidon Collection Refill (Japanese: コレクションリフィル コライドン・ミライドン) sheets were sold separately, which also came with a divider featuring the same Koraidon and Miraidon images.

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Display frames: Two new display frames were released with designs based on the line's debut in the Sword & Shield Era. Each frame comprises two transparent acrylic panels—one bearing a border design, the other with a recess to place a TCG card—a set of four screws to secure them together, and two feet that enable the frame to stand.

  • The Black Display Frame Version 2 (Japanese: ディスプレイフレーム ブラックVer.2) includes a decorative panel with a plain black design and TCG Energy symbols.
  • The Poké Ball Display Frame Version 2 (Japanese: ディスプレイフレーム モンスターボールVer.2 Display Frame: Monster Ball Ver. 2) includes a panel with a regular Poké Ball design. This frame could only be obtained from Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

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Card pochibukuro: A new product line of was introduced with this wave of accessories in the form of pochibukuro, sealable paper envelopes designed to hold a single sleeved card with the intention of gifting them to someone. In Japan, these envelopes traditionally contain small sums of money and are typically given away at celebratory events or to children at New Year. Each envelope features an illustration on the front and a space to write a recipient's name on the reverse. Packs contained five envelopes and five transparent sleeves. All five designs available at this time were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

  • The Pikachu Card Pochibukuro (Japanese: カードポチ袋 ピカチュウ) feature various Pikachu outside a house, one of which is bearing a gift. This illustration was created by Mari Inoue.
  • The Poké Ball Design Card Pochibukuro (Japanese: カードポチ袋 モンスターボールデザイン Card Pochibukuro: Monster Ball Design) feature various types of Poké Ball interspersed with presents.
  • The Charizard Card Pochibukuro (Japanese: カードポチ袋 リザードン Card Pochibukuro: Lizardon) depict a Charmander and a Charmeleon delivering presents while riding on a Charizard.
  • The Gengar, Gardevoir & Mimikyu Card Pochibukuro (Japanese: カードポチ袋 ゲンガー・サーナイト・ミミッキュ Card Pochibukuro: Gangar•Sirnight•Mimikkyu) feature Mimikyu, Gardevoir, Gengar, and Dedenne with their own uniquely packaged gifts.
  • The Sprigatito, Fuecoco & Quaxly Card Pochibukuro (Japanese: カードポチ袋 ニャオハ・ホゲータ・クワッス Card Pochibukuro: Nyahoja•Hogator•Kuwassu) feature Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly among a multitude of presents and Pokémon-themed toys.

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Miscellaneous items:

  • The Koraidon & Miraidon Damage Counter Case (Japanese: ダメカンケース コライドン・ミライドン) was designed to store smaller TCG accessories, such as damage counters, coins, dice, or Special Condition markers. Each case features outlines of Koraidon and Miraidon together with a Pokémon ex graphic.
  • A pack of Pikachu Coin Dice (Japanese: コインサイコロピカチュウ) was once again available, following two iterations in the Sword & Shield Era. The Pikachu and Poké Ball dice were transparent like the previous version 2 products, but the Pikachu die features the same designs as the initial release.
  • Packs of Acrylic Damage Counters Version 2 (Japanese: アクリルダメカン ver2) were also available, which included 34 damage counters displaying different damage values: twenty yellow 10-damage counters, eight orange 50-damage counters, and six red 100-damage counters. These were functionally the same as damage counters available in the version 1 products, as well as those available in Premium Trainer Boxes.

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Let's Start Playing Pokémon Card Game Campaign

Participating stores across Japan began the Let's Start Playing Pokémon Card Game Campaign (Japanese: ポケモンカードゲーム はじめようキャンペーン) in tandem with the launch of Scarlet ex and Violet ex on January 20, 2023. Customers would receive a Promo Card Pack for every 10 Scarlet ex booster packs or every 10 Violet ex booster packs in a transaction for as long as stocks lasted (the Premium Trainer Box ex was specifically excluded).[1] Each Promo Card Pack contained one of eight possible SV-P Promotional cards; the same cards could also be obtained across Promo Card Packs available in the ex Starter Sets. Two pack designs saw distribution: one all turquoise in color, the other mostly turquoise with white seals.

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Pokémon Card Gym Promo Card Pack 1

Similar to many Pokémon League locations in regions overseen by The Pokémon Company International, Pokémon Card Gyms are registered stores in Japan that host casual TCG events on a regular basis. Official paraphernalia was sent to these stores by The Pokémon Company, which often comprised advertisements, gameplay materials, and Promo Card Packs. These packs could be distributed amongst participants in whichever way Pokémon Card Gym organizers saw fit, though generally one pack was given to everyone competing in a Gym Battle event or a New Set Battle event. Additional packs were typically given to the top finishers in these events: three for those placing first, two for those placing second, and one for those placing third. Three packs were also given to winners of periodic rock paper scissors competitions.

The first Pokémon Card Gym Promo Card Packs of the Scarlet & Violet Era were distributed at events held in conjunction with the release of the Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansions on January 20, 2023.[2] Packs were enclosed with one random card from a pool of seven SV-P Promotional cards, each of which feature the Pokémon Card Gym logo.

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Endorsed Independent Event Trainer's Pack 2023

In 2015, The Pokémon Company launched the Pokémon Card Game Endorsed Independent Event program, which allowed third parties to hold non-sponsored TCG events in effort to provide more local bases for beginners.[3] Much like Organizers in the Professor Program outside Asia, those wishing to host such events were required to pass a Pokémon Card Game Endorsed Qualification Exam and qualify as an Event Organizer. As with several previous Eras, the Pokémon Company provided special Endorsed Independent Event Trainer's Packs to established Endorsed Independent Event sites ready for the start of the Scarlet & Violet Era. With the release of Scarlet ex and Violet ex, these packs could be distributed by Event Organizers to participants of their events in any way they saw fit. Each pack was enclosed with one random card from a pool of nine SV-P Promotional cards, all of which featured an Event Organizer logo.

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Deck As Is Battle ~Get Eevee~

Pokémon Card Gym stores able to do so also began to host Deck As Is Battle ~Get Eevee~ (Japanese: デッキそのままバトル~イーブイゲットだぜ~) events from January 20, 2023. These events required participants to use one of the ex Starter Sets in games without any modification (although participants were permitted to integrate cards from enclosed Promo Card Packs). Decks could be purchased at the host store or could be brought in. While stocks lasted, everyone taking part in an event was given a promotional print of Eevee bearing the Pokémon Card Gym logo. Winners of rock paper scissors competitions held during these events were also given a Paper Deck Case (Japanese: 紙製デッキケース) featuring Sprigatito, Fuecoco, and Quaxly. More products became eligible as these events continued to be held throughout the Era, including the ex Starter Set Pikachu ex & Pawmot from March 24, 2023 and the ex Start Decks from July 7, 2023. The Tera ex Start Decks, sold individually from November 24, 2023, also became eligible upon release.[4]

With the start of a new regulation block in 2024 and the release of the Pokémon Card Game Battle Academy from March 8, the original events were superseded by the Deck As Is Battle ~Get Eevee~: Battle Academy Limited Battle (Japanese: デッキそのままバトル~イーブイゲットだぜ~ バトルアカデミー限定戦). These events similarly required participants to use one of the Battle Academy decks in games without any modification. While stocks lasted, the same promotional Eevee card was given to everyone taking part and the same Paper Deck Case could be obtained by winning rock paper scissors competitions.[5] The only new prize on offer was a Battle Notebook (Japanese: バトルノート), which was given to children of elementary school age or younger that took part in a game. The notebook features the Battle Academy box artwork and has space to record the details of 70 games.[6]

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SV1 Gummy Candy

Takara Tomy A.R.T.S. continued the release of their TCG-related gummy product line in the Scarlet & Violet Era with Pokémon Card Game Scarlet & Violet Gummy: Scarlet ex & Violet ex (Japanese: ポケモンカードゲーム スカーレット&バイオレット グミ スカーレットex&バイオレットex). Each pack included two grape-flavored gummy candies molded in the shape of Poké Balls and one of 22 possible cards sourced from the Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansions. Packs became available to purchase from January 2023.[7]

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Champion's League 2023 merchandise

Champion's League tournaments are the Japanese equivalent of Regional Championships and are typically held four or five times during a season. The 2022-2023 season began in the latter part of the Sword & Shield Era; the first Champion's League meeting of the Scarlet & Violet Era was therefore the third of the overall season. It was hosted at the Aichi International Exhibition Center, Tokoname over two days on February 25 and 26, 2023.[8] People wishing to take part in the Aichi event were required to register their interest between January 27 and February 3, 2023 and places were allocated by lottery on February 10.[9] The next event was the 2023 Miyagi Champion's League, which was held at the Miyagi Industrial Exchange Center (also known as Dream Messe Miyagi), Sendai on April 1 and 2, 2023.[10] People wishing to participate in the Miyagi event were required to register their interest between March 3 and 10, 2023 and places were allocated by lottery on March 17.[11] The final Champion's League event of the season was the 2023 Niigata Champion's League, which was held at Toki Messe, Niigata on May 6 and 7, 2023.[12] People wishing to participate in the Niigata event were required to register their interest between April 7 and 14, 2023 and places were allocated by lottery on April 21.[13] COVID-19 protocols limited attendance at each venue to players, staff, and the parents/guardians of younger players.

Every competitor at each event was given a pair of promotional cards for entering: a Holofoil Charcadet and one of eight Basic Energy cards selected at random. All of these cards feature a Championship Series 2023 stamp. A promotional Hisuian Typhlosion V card was also given to players that won a predefined number of matches in a tournament. For those competing in the Junior League, this target was four wins, whereas those competing in the Senior and Master Leagues required five wins.[14][15] The Aichi meeting also hosted an Open League, which had no age restriction and was played using the Extra Regulation format. The target for the Open League was also five wins.[16]

The only side event in operation at each venue was the 4-League Battle, which were 4-player round robin mini tournaments. These were open to Master League competitors only on a tournament's first day, while those held on the second day were open to other League competitors, as well as Master League competitors who had advanced from the qualifying round. All participants were given one random Energy participant promo.[17][18][19]

The Master League tournaments at each venue were live-streamed on video platforms NicoNico and YouTube, during which prizes could be won through Twitter campaigns. People wishing to enter a competition were required to follow the Twitter accounts of the official Pokémon Card Channel and its presenters Raichu Umekawa, Nanapple, Kucheat Takeuchi, and Yopifoot, and Tweet messages of support. Those doing so during the broadcast of the Aichi Master League tournament with the hashtag #ポケカCL2023愛知, Pokéca CL2023 Aichi were entered into a prize lottery, as were those who Tweeted with the hashtag #ポケカCL2023宮城, Pokéca CL2023 Miyagi during the broadcast of the Miyagi Master League tournament. Two lotteries were held in conjunction with the broadcast of the Niigata Master League tournament—people were required to Tweet with the hashtag #ポケカCL2023新潟予選, Pokéca CL2023 Niigata Qualifying Round on the first day and Tweet with the hashtag #ポケカCL2023新潟本戦, Pokéca CL2023 Niigata Main Battle on the second. Twenty winners were selected from each draw, each of which received a copy of the Charcadet participant promo and one random Energy participant promo.[20][21][22]

The top 64 players in all leagues were given a promotional print of Energy Loto. The top 32 players in all leagues were also given a set of card sleeves (Japanese: オリジナルデッキシールド Original Deck Shield) featuring a stylized Champion's League emblem.[23] New Victory Symbol trophy cards were awarded to the top finishers in each league category at each venue; gold variants were given to those finishing first, silver ones were given to the runners-up, and bronze variants were given to the losing semi-finalists.

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Pokémon Fan Card Storage Box

Copies of Pokémon Fan issue 82 included several TCG-related promotional items, including a Card Storage Box (Japanese: カードストレージボックス) that could hold up to 600 cards once assembled. Each box featured images of Pokémon ex cards from the Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansions set against appropriately-colored backgrounds. Other items included a Pokémon Card Game Battle Debut Book (Japanese: ポケカバトルデビューブック Pokéca Battle Debut Book), which provided insights for beginners, and a Koraidon ex & Miraidon ex Changing Keychain (Japanese: コライドンex・ミライドンex チェンジングキーホルダー Koraidon ex•Miraidon ex Changing Key Holder), which featured a lenticular image comprising images of Koraidon ex, Miraidon ex, and the Japanese Scarlet & Violet TCG logo.[24] The magazine was available for sale starting February 28, 2023.[25]

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SV1a accessories

Enhanced Expansion Packs are smaller card sets frequently released between main expansions. The first Scarlet & Violet Era Enhanced Expansion Pack was Triplet Beat, which was released on March 10, 2023. A number of accompanying TCG accessories were sold at Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online from this date.

Meowscarada & Skeledirge & Quaquaval merchandise: These items feature the fully evolved forms of the Paldea first partner Pokémon Meowscarada, Skeledirge, and Quaquaval, utilizing the same artwork used on Triplet Beat booster packs.

  • Meowscarada & Skeledirge & Quaquaval Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース マスカーニャ&ラウドボーン&ウェーニバル Deck Case: Masquernya & Laudbon & Wanival)
  • Meowscarada & Skeledirge & Quaquaval Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド マスカーニャ&ラウドボーン&ウェーニバル Deck Shield: Masquernya & Laudbon & Wanival)

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Tera Dedenne merchandise: These items feature a Terastallized Dedenne with a Fairy-type Tera Jewel, referencing the Dedenne ex that appeared in the Triplet Beat subset as a Tera Pokémon ex.

  • Tera Dedenne Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース テラスタルデデンネ Deck Case: Terastal Dedenne)
  • Tera Dedenne Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス テラスタルデデンネ Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Terastal Dedenne)
  • Tera Dedenne 4-Pocket Collection File (Japanese: 4ポケット コレクションファイル テラスタルデデンネ 4-Pocket Collection File: Terastal Dedenne)

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Other sleeves: Each pack contained 64 sleeves.

  • The Tera Gyarados Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス テラスタルギャラドス Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Terastal Gyarados) feature the Terastallized form of the Atrocious Pokémon Gyarados sporting a Water-type Tera Jewel. A Gyarados ex was included as one of the first Tera Pokémon ex in the Scarlet ex expansion.
  • The Tera Arcanine Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス テラスタルウインディ Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Terastal Windie) similarly feature a Tera Arcanine with a Fire-type Tera Jewel and reference the Arcanine ex included as part of the Violet ex expansion.
  • The Paldean Wooper Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ウパー(パルデアのすがた) Deck Shield: Upah (Paldea Form)) feature a group of Paldean Wooper playing in a puddle of mud. The illustration on these sleeves was drawn by Yuri Yokomizo.
  • The Falkner Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ハヤト Deck Shield: Hayato) feature Johto Gym Leader Falkner and four of his rematch team of Pokémon from HeartGold and SoulSilver: Honchkrow, Noctowl, Swellow, and Pidgeot. These sleeves were illustrated by Tika Matsuno.
  • The Pikachu's Gift Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウの贈り物 Deck Shield: Pikachu's Gift) feature a Mari Inoue illustration of a Pikachu bearing a present. The artwork was first used on a set of pochibukuro available alongside the Scarlet ex and Violet ex expansions.
  • The Sprigatito, Fuecoco & Quaxly's Gift Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ニャオハ・ホゲータ・クワッスの贈り物 Deck Shield: Nyahoja•Hogator•Kuwassu's Gift) feature the Generation IX first partner Pokémon surrounded by Pokémon toys. The artwork on these sleeves was also first used on pochibukuro that accompanied the first main Scarlet & Violet Era set.

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SV1a Gummy Candy

For the first time since their launch, Takara Tomy A.R.T.S.s' TCG-related gummy candies were released to promote a subset. Packs of Pokémon Card Game Scarlet & Violet Gummy: Triplet Beat (Japanese: ポケモンカードゲーム スカーレット&バイオレット グミ トリプレットビート) included one of 23 random Triplet Beat cards and a pair of separately packaged grape-flavored gummies. Packs were sold from March 2023.[26]

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ex Starter Set Pikachu ex & Pawmot

Main article: ex Starter Set Pikachu ex & Pawmot (TCG)

A fourth ex Starter Set was released on March 24, 2023 to accompany the three available earlier in the year. Each ex Starter Set Pikachu ex & Pawmot (Japanese: スターターセットex ピカチュウex&パーモット Starter Set ex Pikachu ex & Parmot) was packaged with a 60-card deck that focused mostly on Lightning-type Pokémon, including the Mouse Pokémon Pikachu and the Hands-On Pokémon Pawmot, the former supporting the Pokémon ex mechanic. Sets also included a sheet of damage counters and Special Condition markers, a gold-colored coin, a playmat, an instruction manual, a play guide, and another product-specific Promo Card Pack that contained one of four possible SV-P Promotional cards.

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ex Starter Set Pikachu Special Set

The ex Starter Set Pikachu Special Set (Japanese: スターターセットex ピカチュウスペシャルセット Starter Set ex Pikachu Special Set) was a deluxe version of the ex Starter Set Pikachu ex & Pawmot available from the same day. Each special set included the same 60-card deck as the standard version, as well as a Promo Card Pack and a sheet of damage counters and Special Condition markers, but featured a different suite of other accessories. These comprised a single-player half playmat and damage counter case featuring Pikachu's face, a silver-colored coin, and a Pikachu plush deck case.

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SVC accessories

A pair of TCG accessories was also made available alongside the ex Starter Set Pikachu ex & Pawmot on March 24, 2023:

  • The Pikachu Plush Deck Case (Japanese: ぬいぐるみデッキケース ピカチュウ) was a flip deck case lined with polyester fiber that incorporated Pikachu's facial and back features. Each case can hold up to 90 sleeved cards and can be secured shut with hook-and-loop fasteners. The same deck case was included in the ex Starter Set Pikachu Special Set.
  • Packs of 64 Pikachu & Pawmi Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウ&パモ Deck Shield: Pikachu & Pamo) feature a harukoneko illustration[27] depicting the Mouse Pokémon Pikachu and Pawmi. These sleeves were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

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Snow Hazard & Clay Burst Pokémon Center & Gym Set

The Snow Hazard and Clay Burst subsets were released on April 14, 2023 and collectively made up the second expansion of the Scarlet & Violet Era. Their launch was accompanied by the Snow Hazard & Clay Burst Pokémon Center & Gym Set (Japanese: 拡張パック スノーハザード&クレイバースト ポケモンセンター・ジムセット Expansion Pack: Snow Hazrd & Clay Burst Pokémon Center•Gym Set), which was sold at Pokémon Centers, participating Pokémon Card Gym locations, and the Pokémon Center Online. Each set included one Snow Hazard booster box, one Clay Burst booster box, and accessories featuring Levincia Gym Leader Iono and her Bellibolt: an Iono Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド ナンジャモ Deck Case: Nanjyamo) and corresponding set of 64 Iono Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ナンジャモ Deck Shield: Nanjyamo). Set boxes could also be used to store a large quantity of cards and were packaged with four partition plates.

In anticipation of the popularity of this product, lotteries were held for Pokémon Center Online orders. The pre-order period was open from March 17 to 19, 2023 and two delivery dates were allocated. Winners of the lottery for date A were notified after April 5, 2023 and their orders were shipped sequentially after April 14. Winners of the lottery for date B were notified after April 19, 2023 and their orders were shipped sequentially after April 28. Those who were unsuccessful in any draw were notified in the same period as the winning pre-orders.[28]

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SV2 accessories

An array of TCG accessories was also released together with the dual Snow Hazard and Clay Burst expansion on April 14, 2023.

Treasures of ruin merchandise: These items feature the treasures of ruin Chien-Pao and Ting-Lu and utilize the booster pack artwork from the Snow Hazard and Clay Burst expansions, respectively.

  • Chien-Pao Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース パオジアン Deck Case: Paojian)
  • Ting-Lu Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ディンルー Deck Case: Dinlu)
  • Chien-Pao Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド パオジアン Deck Shield: Paojian)
  • Ting-Lu Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ディンルー Deck Shield: Dinlu)

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Grafaiai merchandise: These items feature an assembly of the Toxic Monkey Pokémon Grafaiai in front of trees bearing different paint patterns. The artwork used on these items was created by Kazuma Koda. All were limited to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

  • Grafaiai Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース タギングル Deck Case: Taggingru)
  • Grafaiai Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット タギングル Rubber Playmat: Taggingru)
  • Grafaiai Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド タギングル Deck Shield: Taggingru)

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Other sleeves: Two other sleeve designs were also available from Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online. Each pack of sleeves includes 64 copies.

  • The Cetitan Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ハルクジラ Deck Shield: Hulkujira) feature Gym Leader Grusha in a snowfield with his Cetitan. These sleeves were illustrated by kantaro.[29]
  • The Flower Crown and Marill Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド 花かんむりとマリルたち Deck Shield: Flower Crown and Maril) feature Marill, Azumarill, Eiscue, Wingull, and Pelipper wearing flower crowns.

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Display frame: The Colorful Display Frame (Japanese: ディスプレイフレーム カラフル) features a border design consisting of multi-colored shapes interspersed with images of Pikachu, Jigglypuff, and Luvdisc.

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Pokémon Card Gym Promo Card Pack 2

The second iteration of Scarlet & Violet Pokémon Card Gym Promo Card Packs began to be given away at Pokémon Card Gym locations in tandem with the launch of Snow Hazard and Clay Burst on April 14, 2023.[30] Packs contained one random card from a pool of seven SV-P Promotional cards—three of these were new, while the remainder were alternate-art prints from Snow Hazard and Clay Burst. These cards also feature the Pokémon Card Gym logo.

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SV2 Gummy Candy

Gummy candies associated with the dual Snow Hazard and Clay Burst expansion became available to purchase from May 2023.[31] Each pack of Pokémon Card Game Scarlet & Violet Gummy: Snow Hazard & Clay Burst (Japanese: ポケモンカードゲーム スカーレット&バイオレット グミ スノーハザード&クレイバースト) was enclosed with a pair of grape-flavored gummies plus one of 24 cards sourced from Snow Hazard and Clay Burst.

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May 2023 accessories

A wave of TCG accessories became available to purchase from Pokémon Centers, Pokémon Stores, and the Pokémon Center Online starting May 19, 2023. Several themes were featured on a combination of products.

Pawmot merchandise: These accessories feature the evolutionary family of the Hands-On Pokémon Pawmot.

  • Pawmot Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース パーモット Deck Case: Parmot)
  • Pawmot Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド パーモット Deck Shield: Parmot)

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Amnesia merchandise: These items depict Numel, Drifloon, Marshtomp, Quagsire, Psyduck, and Slowpoke surrounded by question marks. All of them have the capacity to learn the move Amnesia in the Pokémon games. Products bearing the same artwork were previously released through official Pokémon outlets starting January 21, 2023 and featured items such as plush puppets, earrings, stationery, magnets, charms, cases, and mugs.

  • Amnesia Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース DOWASURE)
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Mimosa e Pokémon merchandise: This line of accessories features vignettes of Pikachu and other yellow-colored Pokémon Yamper, Mimikyu, and Pom-Pom Style Oricorio with mimosa flowers. The illustrations were first used on Pokémon Center merchandise released on 27 March 2021 in collaboration with designer brand MOLESKIN, which comprised stationery, bags, tableware, charms, and cases.

  • Mimosa e Pokémon Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース MIMOSA e POKÉMON)
  • Mimosa e Pokémon Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド MIMOSA e POKÉMON Deck Shield: MIMOSA e POKÉMON)

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Pokémon-Amie Substitute merchandise: These items feature comic book-style panels containing various Pokémon interacting with a Substitute doll. Merchandise utilizing the same artwork was created for a Pokémon Center line first released on May 14, 2016.

  • Pokémon-Amie Substitute Deck Case (Japanese: デッキシールド ポケパルレのみがわり Deck Case: Poké Parler Scapegoat)
  • Pokémon-Amie Substitute Playmat Case (Japanese: プレイマットケース ポケパルレのみがわり Playmat Case: Poké Parler Scapegoat)
  • Pokémon-Amie Substitute Sleeves (Japanese: デッキケース ポケパルレのみがわり Deck Shield: Poké Parler Scapegoat)

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Together with Ditto merchandise: Together with Ditto was previously the subject of a Pokémon Center merchandise campaign that launched in Japan on October 28, 2017. These items feature the Transform Pokémon Ditto assuming various shapes.

  • Together with Ditto Playmat Case (Japanese: プレイマットケース メタモンといっしょ Playmat Case: Together with Metamon)
  • Together with Ditto Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル メタモンといっしょ Collection File: Together with Metamon) and packs of ten matching Together with Ditto Collection Refill (Japanese: コレクションリフィル メタモンといっしょ Collection Refill: Together with Metamon) sheets

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Pikachu Chinese Restaurant merchandise: The Pikachu Chinese Restaurant promotional campaign began on April 29, 2023 with the introduction of Chinese-style Set Menu meals at Pokémon Café locations in Tokyo and Osaka. Meals were accompanied with items of tableware featuring Chinese-inspired illustrations by Gibumi, many of which could be purchased through official Pokémon outlets from May 3, 2023. These items were accompanied with others such as drawstring bags, pouches, stickers, and shirts resembling restaurant attire. Two red leatherette TCG flip cases were added to the line from May 19, which feature debossed Chinese-inspired patterns and images of Pikachu, Rayquaza, Raikou, Mienfoo, Pancham, and Magikarp.

  • Pikachu Chinese Restaurant Flip Deck Case (Japanese: フリップデッキケース ピカチュウ飯店)
  • Pikachu Chinese Restaurant Playmat Case (Japanese: プレイマットケース ピカチュウ飯店)

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Midnight Agent -the cinema- merchandise: Previously launched as a Pokémon Center merchandise line in February 2023, these items feature Inteleon, Greninja, Gengar, and Sylveon as central characters in an in-universe spy film named Midnight Agent. Illustrations were created for four film "scenes": Attract Trap, which depicts Sylveon using Attract against a Goodra, a Sliggoo, a Turtonator, and a Hakamo-o; Infiltration, which depicts Gengar sneaking past a patrolling Flygon; Reconnaissance, which portrays Greninja evading the attacks of a Torkoal, a Gigalith, and a Sandaconda; and Final Battle, which depicts Inteleon about to attack a Duraludon with Snipe Shot. Inteleon is also depicted holding a scroll, which is presumably the character's objective. Many items in the line utilized the artwork of these "scenes", comprising keychains, pins, apparel, clear files, notebooks, stickers, and diorama figures. Several items also took inspiration from the film's genre, including a ballpoint pen with a light, a water-soluble memo set, a set of wristwatches with hidden Pokédex numbers, a magic mug, and a gummy tin with one sixth of its contents containing sour sweets. The "scene" illustrations were also used on the range of TCG accessories added to the line from May 19:

  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース Midnight Agent -the cinema-)
  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット Midnight Agent -the cinema-)
  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Sylveon Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス Midnight Agent -the cinema- ニンフィア Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Midnight Agent -the cinema-: Nymphia)
  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Gengar Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス Midnight Agent -the cinema- ゲンガー Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Midnight Agent -the cinema-: Gangar)
  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Greninja Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス Midnight Agent -the cinema- ゲッコウガ Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Midnight Agent -the cinema-: Gekkouga)
  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Inteleon Premium Gloss Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド プレミアム・グロス Midnight Agent -the cinema- インテレオン Deck Shield Premium•Gloss: Midnight Agent -the cinema-: Intereon)
  • Midnight Agent -the cinema- Premium Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル プレミアム Midnight Agent -the cinema-) and matching set of ten Midnight Agent -the cinema- Collection Refill (Japanese: コレクションリフィル Midnight Agent -the cinema-) sheets

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Other sleeves: Each pack contained 64 sleeves. Both were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

  • The Toedscruel Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド リククラゲ Deck Shield: Rikukurage) feature the Woodear Pokémon Toedscruel and Toedscool. The Toedscool purposely dashes forth while the Toedscruel remains in the background, amused.
  • The Houndstone Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ハカドッグ Deck Shield: Hakadog) feature the Ghost Dog Pokémon Houndstone in front of a full moon. Numerous Greavard and their candle-like protrusions dot the surrounding land. These sleeves were illustrated by kirisAki.[32]

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Yu Nagaba × Pokémon Card Game Eeveelutions merchandise

In response to the success of the first collaboration between artist Yu Nagaba and the TCG, a second merchandise campaign began on May 20, 2023 that saw the distribution of nine Mirror Holofoil promotional cards depicting Eevee and its evolutions illustrated in Yu Nagaba's minimalist style. The first phase of the campaign saw the release of clothing and other items through the retailer BEAMS:

  • The Osuwari Design T-shirt features a reverse design of the Eeveelutions sitting. Patches featuring the same individual illustrations could be affixed to the front. Shirts were available in black or white and in both adult and children's sizes.
  • The Battle Design T-shirt features a reverse design of the Eeveelutions in more dynamic poses and match the illustrations of the TCG cards. Nine different patches were also included; shirts were available in black or white and in both adult and children's sizes.
  • The Osuwari Design Eevee T-shirt (Japanese: Osuwari Design イーブイ T-shirt Osuwari Design Eievui T-shirt), features Eevee sitting front and center. Shirts were available in black or white and in both adult and children's sizes.
  • The CARD Design T-shirt features Energy symbols on the front and the reverse of a trading card on the back. These shirts were available in black or white in adult sizes only.
  • The CARD Design BANDANA similarly features a pattern consisting of Energy symbols and trading card reverse illustrations. The bandana was only available in black.
  • The Osuwari CAP and pairs of Osuwari SOCKS feature Eevee sitting. Both were available in black or white.
  • Osuwari PINS were available from gacha machines. Each capsule contained one pin depicting one of the Eeveelutions in a sitting position.
  • Three bag designs in collaboration with manufacturer GREGORY were also released—a DAY PACK, a smaller SUNNY DAY backpack, and a TAILMATE waist bag. All featured interchangeable patches feauring the GREGORY logo, the Yu Nagaba × Pokémon Card Game campaign logo, or Eevee sitting.

Black variations of each T-shirt design were limited to BEAMS T Harajuku, BEAMS Shinjuku, BEAMS Sendai, BEAMS Street Umeda, and BEAMS Kyoto stores, as well as the BEAMS and ZOZOTOWN online stores. The pins were limited to the same physical sores and were not available online. Sales for each item were limited to one per color and size per person. Two campaign Promo Card Packs were given away for each purchase, though the pins were specifically excluded. Each Promo Card Pack contained one random card from the pool of nine Eeveelution cards.[33]

The second phase of the campaign began on May 24, 2023. Promo Card Packs were given away for every ¥1,000 in a purchase of TCG-related products at Pokémon Centers, participating Pokémon Stores, and on the Pokémon Center Online. A maximum of ten cards could be given away per person at physical stores and a maximum of ten cards could be allocated per transaction on the Pokémon Center Online.[34] This phase also saw the release of three TCG accessories, all of which featured Yu Nagaba's black and white line drawings:

  • A Yu Nagaba × Pokémon Card Game Eeveelutions Special Box (Japanese: YU NAGABA × ポケモンカードゲーム イーブイズ スペシャルBOX), which came packaged with a set of 64 card sleeves, a deck case with two partition plates, and a rubber playmat. The box could be used for storage and featured a transparent sleeve with colored Eeveelutions and Energy symbols.
  • A Yu Nagaba × Pokémon Card Game Eeveelutions Collection File (Japanese: YU NAGABA × ポケモンカードゲーム イーブイズ コレクションファイル), which included ten 9-pocket card display pages.
  • A Yu Nagaba × Pokémon Card Game Eeveelutions Display Frame (Japanese: YU NAGABA × ポケモンカードゲーム イーブイズ ディスプレイフレーム), which comprised two acrylic panels, a set of four screws, and two foot stands.

The items could only be purchased through the Pokémon Center Online. Pre-orders were accepted between April 21 and 23, 2023 and a lottery was held to determine purchase slots. Results were announced from May 15, 2023 with deliveries to successful orders beginning May 24, 2023. Customers would also receive four campaign Promo Card Packs with an order of the Special Box or one Promo Card Pack with an order of the Collection File or Display Frame.[35][36][37]

Similar to the first collaboration in the Sword & Shield Era, two sets of silk screen prints could also be ordered from Yu Nagaba's website. Eevee Evolutions No.1 (Japanese: イーブイズ No.1) comprised nine prints measuring 63×88mm of the Eeveelutions in a sitting position; Eevee Evolutions No.2 (Japanese: イーブイズ No.2) similarly comprised nine prints of the Eeveelutions in battle positions. Each set was priced at ¥120,000 plus tax and was subject to a shipping fee of ¥2,000. Both sets were limited to 50 copies, signed by Yu Nagaba, numbered, and presented in frames measuring 400×475mm. People could apply to purchase either set between May 24 and 27, 2023 and were entered into a lottery; winners were intended to be notified in early June 2023.[38][39]

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Venusaur, Charizard & Blastoise Pokémon Card 151 Card File Set

The second Enhanced Expansion Pack of the Scarlet & Violet Era was Pokémon Card 151 and was officially released on June 16, 2023. Among the subset's associated merchandise were two card file sets, one of which was the Venusaur, Charizard & Blastoise Pokémon Card 151 Card File Set (Japanese: ポケモンカード151 カードファイルセット フシギバナ・リザードン・カメックス Pokémon Card 151: Card File Set: Fushigibana•Lizardon•Kamex). Each set included a card file featuring corporate art of Venusaur, Charizard, and Blastoise, a poster featuring images of the first 151 cards from the subset, three Mirror Holofoil promotional cards, and five Pokémon Card 151 booster packs. In anticipation of the product's popularirty, a lottery was conducted to determine purchase slots for orders made through the Pokémon Center Online. Pre-orders were accepted between April 27 and May 8, 2023. Results were announced from June 7, 2023 with deliveries to successful orders beginning June 16.[40]

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Poké Ball Pokémon Card 151 Card File Set

The other set available from June 16, 2023 was the Poké Ball Pokémon Card 151 Card File Set (Japanese: ポケモンカード151 カードファイルセット モンスターボール Pokémon Card 151: Card File Set: Monster Ball). This product includes the same style card file as its counterpart, featuring a Poké Ball design with silhouettes of Generation I Pokémon, plus the same poster, the same three promotional cards, plus five Pokémon Card 151 booster packs. This set was similarly subject to a lottery through the Pokémon Center Online. Pre-orders were accepted between April 27 and May 8, 2023. Results were announced from June 7, 2023 with deliveries to successful orders beginning June 16.[41]

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SV2a accessories

The release of Pokémon Card 151 on June 16, 2023 also saw numerous TCG accessories become available to purchase, many of which featured characters and Pokémon that debuted in the first generation games.

Pokémon Card 151 merchandise: The items in this line utilize the same artwork present on Pokémon Card 151 booster packs, which prominently feature the Mythical Pokémon Mew and a Poké Ball against a background of multi-colored Generation I Pokémon silhouettes.

  • Each Mew Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ミュウ) could store up to 180 cards and was packaged with a pair of organizational dividers.
  • Each Mew Full-Size Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット フルサイズ ミュウ) provided an adequate playing surface for two players to conduct games. Playmats were only sold from Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.
  • Packs of 64 Mew Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ミュウ Deck Shield: Mew).
  • The 4-ring 151 Premium Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイルプレミアム 151) was packaged with ten 9-pocket display pages and an index sheet featuring silhouettes of the first 151 Pokémon. Nine of the display pages featured embossed Pokédex numbers, providing a correlation with the subset's card order. Packs of Mew Collection Refill (Japanese: コレクションリフィル ミュウ) pages were also available, which included ten plain 9-pocket display pages and an index sheet featuring the same design as the file's front cover. Both products were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

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Erika's Holiday merchandise: These items depict Gym Leader Erika and her Tangela in a house of traditional Japanese design. A Growlithe sleeps inside, while a Vileplume, Venonat, and Butterfree lurk in the surrounding garden. The presence of Growlithe is a possible reference to the Trainer card Erika's Kindness. Zounose drew the illustrations used on these items,[42] which were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

  • Erika's Holiday Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース エリカの休日)
  • Erika's Holiday Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド エリカの休日 Deck Shield: Erika's Holiday)

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Giovanni's Orders merchandise: These items feature a kantaro illustration[43] of Team Rocket boss Giovanni and his team from Pokémon Yellow, which comprises Rhydon, Nidoqueen, Nidoking, Persian, and Dugtrio. These items could only be purchased from Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

  • Giovanni's Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース サカキの指令 Deck Case: Sakaki's Order)
  • Giovanni's Orders Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド サカキの指令 Deck Shield: Sakaki's Order)

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Other sleeves: The Chansey & Wigglytuff & Clefable Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ラッキー&プクリン&ピクシー Deck Shield: Lucky & Pukurin & Pixy) feature angry-looking Chansey, Wigglytuff, and Clefable in an illustration by Tomokazu Komiya.[44] Packs contained 64 sleeves and were exclusive to Pokémon Centers and the Pokémon Center Online.

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Display frame: A new style of display frame was released in time with the subset—the Venusaur, Charizard & Blastoise Evolutionary Traces Triple Display Frame (Japanese: 3連ディスプレイフレーム 進化の軌跡 フシギバナ・リザードン・カメックス Triple Display Frame: Evolutionary Traces: Fushigibana•Lizardon•Kamex). Each frame was packaged with two acrylic panels, three transparent card sleeves, four sets of screws, and two foot stands. The rear panel incoporates three recesses to place cards, while the front panel features an ornate black and gold design that depicts the Generation I first partner Pokémon and their evolutions.

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Pokémon Japan Championships 2023 merchandise

The final competitive event of the Japanese 2022-2023 domestic season was the 2023 Pokémon Japan Championships. The event was held at the Makuhari Messe convention center in Chiba on June 10 and 11, 2023, which hosted tournaments for the video games, the Trading Card Game, Pokémon GO, and—for the first time—Pokémon UNITE.[45] For those playing the TCG, top finishers from 2023 Champion's League tournaments were given preferential entry, as were players who had accumulated a sufficient number of Championship Points (CSP) up to May 19, 2023. Others wishing to participate were required to apply through the Pokémon Card Game Players Club between May 12 and 19. Places were selected through lottery draws by May 26.[46]

All TCG tournament entrants qualified for a promotional Charcadet card and a random promotional Basic Energy card. Junior League players who achieved at least four wins during the event were also given a promotional Hisuian Typhlosion V card, as were Senior League and Master League players who achieved at least five wins.[47] The Master League tournament was also live-streamed on video platforms Niconico and YouTube, during which people could participate in Twitter competitions. Those wishing to partake were required to follow the Twitter accounts of the official Pokémon Card Channel and its presenters Raichu Umekawa, Nanapple, Kucheat Takeuchi, and Yopifoot, and tweet messages of support. Those doing so during the broadcast on the first day of the Championships with the hashtag #ポケカPJCS2023予選, Pokéca PJCS2023 Qualifying Round were entered into a prize lottery, as were those who Tweeted with the hashtag #ポケカPJCS2023本戦, Pokéca PJCS2023 Main Battle during the second day's broadcast. Twenty winners were selected from each draw, each of which received a copy of the Charcadet participant promo and one random Energy participant promo.[48]

Entrants and the parents/guardians of younger players could also participate in the PJCS2023 4-League Battle side event held on the second day of the Championships. These more casual events were 4-player round robin mini tournaments and were open to players of the video games, the TCG, and Pokémon GO. All participants of these events were given a PJCS2023 sticker.[49]

The top 64 tournament players across all age divisions were given a promotional print of Energy Loto; Master League players were also given an Original Cap & T-shirt (Japanese: オリジナルデッキシールド). The top 32 players across all age divisions were given a set of Champion's League card sleeves (Japanese: オリジナルデッキシールド Original Deck Shield); Junior League and Senior League players were also given the Original Cap & T-shirt. The champion, runner-up, and two third-place finishers in each division were awarded a Pokémon Japan Championships 2023 trophy and earned invitations to the 2023 World Championships.[47]

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CoroCoro Ichiban! Special Deck Case

August 2023 issues of CoroCoro Ichiban! included a flat-pack Special Deck Case (Japanese: 特製デッキケース) featuring images of Pokémon ex cards from the upcoming ex Start Decks. Each case could hold 60 cards once assembled. Copies of the magazine were officially available to purchase from June 21, 2023.[50]

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2023 World Championships Pokémon Card Gym Sticker

In the buildup to Japan staging its first Pokémon World Championships, a campaign began on July 1, 2023 at participating Pokémon Card Gym venues that saw the distribution of a trading card-sized commemorative sticker. For as long as stocks lasted, people were given a copy of this sticker for each Gym Battle, New Release Battle, or Deck As Is Battle event they took part in (in addition to any other prizes they would normally earn). The front of the sticker featured the 2023 World Championships key visual, while the reverse featured a QR code for a prize lottery. People that followed the link and completed the questionnaire between August 11 and 13, 2023 were entered into a draw to win one of ten booster boxes.[51]

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ex Start Decks

Main article: ex Start Decks (TCG)

Another assortment of beginner products was released on July 7, 2023 following the popular Sun & Moon Era GX Starter Decks and the Sword & Shield Era V Starter Decks. The ex Start Decks (Japanese: exスタートデッキ ex Start Deck) comprised eight 60-card decks that focus on one type and feature one Pokémon ex:

  • Grass Decidueye ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 草 ジュナイパー ex Start Deck Grass: Junaiper)
  • Fire Victini ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 炎 ビクティニ ex Start Deck Fire: Victini)
  • Water Greninja ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 水 ゲッコウガ ex Start Deck Water: Gekkouga)
  • Lightning Miraidon ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 雷 ミライドン ex Start Deck Lightning: Miraidon)
  • Psychic Clefable ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 超 ピクシー ex Start Deck Psychic: Pixy)
  • Fighting Koraidon ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 闘 コライドン ex Start Deck Fighting: Koraidon)
  • Darkness Houndoom ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 悪 ヘルガー ex Start Deck Darkness: Hellgar)
  • Metal Melmetal ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ 鋼 メルメタル ex Start Deck Metal: Melmetal)

A Random ex Start Deck (Japanese: おまかせexスタートデッキ Omakase ex Start Deck) was also sold alongside the other eight decks, which could be enclosed with any one of them, or one of two special decks that were initially exclusive to the product. The special decks covered the remaining two types represented by the TCG at the time and featured Tera Pokémon ex as their main attackers:

  • Dragon-type Centered Deck (Japanese: ドラゴンタイプ中心デッキ Dragon-type Centered Deck)
  • Colorless-type Centered Deck (Japanese: 無色タイプ中心デッキ Colorless-type Centered Deck)

The two Terastal-themed decks were later released as separate products named the Tera Dragonite ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ テラスタル カイリュー ex Start Deck Terastal Kairyu) and the Tera Greedent ex Start Deck (Japanese: exスタートデッキ テラスタル ヨクバリス ex Start Deck Terastal Yokubarisu). Each deck was also packaged with a cardboard sheet containing damage counters and status markers.

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Lightning Miraidon ex Start
Deck
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Psychic Clefable ex Start
Deck
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Fighting Koraidon ex Start
Deck
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Darkness Houndoom ex Start
Deck
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Metal Melmetal ex Start
Deck
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Random ex Start Deck
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The Sneak-Peek Tins
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SVD accessories

Accompanying the ex Start Decks on July 7, 2023 was a suite of TCG accessories bearing new designs.

Pikachu Great Gathering merchandise: These items feature a congergation of Pikachu in an area of grassland.

  • Pikachu Great Gathering Long Card Box (Japanese: ロングカードボックス ピカチュウ大集合)
  • Pikachu Great Gathering Deck Case (Japanese: デッキケース ピカチュウ大集合)
  • Pikachu Great Gathering Rubber Playmat (Japanese: ラバープレイマット ピカチュウ大集合)
  • Pikachu Great Gathering Sleeves (Japanese: デッキシールド ピカチュウ大集合 Deck Shield: Pikachu Great Gathering)
  • Pikachu Great Gathering Collection File (Japanese: コレクションファイル ピカチュウ大集合)
  • Pikachu Great Gathering Damage Counter Case (Japanese: ダメカンケース ピカチュウ大集合)

Product images:

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Pikachu Great Gathering Long
Card Box
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Pikachu Great Gathering
Deck Case
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Pikachu Great Gathering
Sleeves
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Pikachu Great Gathering
Damage Counter Case
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Pikachu Great Gathering Rubber
Playmat
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Pikachu Great Gathering
Collection File (front)
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Pikachu Great Gathering
Collection File (reverse)
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