Dummy Pack Artwork Revealed of S5I Single Strike Master / S5R Rapid Strike Master

Published on 8 October 2020 at 18:34

Update 8-10-2020: We now have found the Dummy Pack artwork. It's confirmed to be called S5I Single Strike Master / S5R Rapid Strike Master. Features both forms of Gigantamax Urshifu (Single Strike Style /  Rapid Strike Style). More info will likely come after S4a Shiny Star V has been released.


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The trademarks filed a while ago that we covered, happened to be indeed meant for the 2nd year base set of the Sword & Shield TCG! (S5) Single Strike Master / Rapid Strike Master has been listed at Japanese retailers, the set after S4a Shiny Star V.

 

Like we predicted back then, a dual set based off the Isle of Armor Expansion featuring both forms of Urshifu. Japanese Sword & Shield Base set came as a dual set too named S1H & S1W Sword & Shield. 

 

We haven't confirmed ''S5'' set as the set final number, but its still a placeholder for us, it's an assumption but there's no set planned after S4a Shiny Star V. It will likely be split into S5x & S5x just like S1H & S1W was.

 

  • Each set will contain 70 cards + secret rare cards. 
  • It will release on January 22, 2021. 
  • Price: 4950 yen

Description:

''Entering the second year of the Sword & Shield series!"


Also Premium Trainer Boxes RENGEKI (RAPID STRIKE) / ICHIGEKI (SINGLE STRIKE) of each set will release too on on January 22, 2021:

 

''Let's get started with Pokemon cards!''
[Product details]

  • Cards: 157 cards (Holo + UV 1 card(?), reprinted normal 48 cards, energy card 108 cards)
  • Pokemon coins: 1 card, acrylic damage counter 1 set (100: 6, 50: 8, 10:20)
  • Premium Marker Poison / Burn 1 each
  • Damage counter Case x 1,
  • Expansion Pack "Single Strike Master or Rapid Strike Master" x 15 Packs

 

  • Price: 4950 yen
  • Release date January 22, 2021. 

We don't know what 'UV Card' stands for yet, new type of V card for the 2nd year? We are investigating it.


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