Sword & Shield – Chilling Reign is the latest expansion from Pokémon TCG. It focuses on the legendary Pokémon Galarian Articuno, Galarian Zapdos, Galarian Moltres, Shadow Rider Calyrex, and Ice Rider Calyrex. It continues the Rapid Strike and Single Strike mechanics introduced in Fighting style. Chilling Reign known for including a large number of Alternative Arts in both the full Art section of the film and the Secret Rare section. These Alternative Arts were very popular during the late Sun and Moon Era with fan favorite sets like One Mind, Cosmic Eclipse, and so on, but Chilling Reign, Battle Styles, and coming soon The sky is growing sets have made this card style more popular than ever. With this series, we will be highlighting all the interesting attractions from Chilling Reign, you can see when they release by following the series’ Bleeding Cool card. This time, we take a closer look at the Secret Rare cards of the set.
Today, we’re taking Secret Rares into a territory that tends to make some players happy while disappointing collectors. While these golden secret rare trainer items can be both useful and flexible during competition Pokémon TCG, most collectors want anything but one of these to pull their Secret Rare upon opening the booster box. With an unsecured Rare Secret and two Secret Rare pulls are extremely rare, most prefer to pull an Alternate, Rainbow Rare, or Golden Shiny Pokémon. However, in any case, some do looks really nice. The royal purple and Fan of Waves blue fog crystals look amazing on these glittering Gold Cards… but personally I miss XY the days when a Secret Rare Training Item was limited to one or two per set. While this isn’t a drag factor by any means, six seems a bit excessive.
Next time, focus on Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield – Chilling Reign continues with the series’ incredible Secret Rares.