V Battle Decks - Rayquaza V / Noivern V Revealed

Published on 22 July 2021 at 15:17

Dragon Type vs Dragon Type! 


Rayquaza V and Noivern V are the next V Battle Decks. These decks are 'Level 1' similar to the previously released V Battle Decks - Victini V / Gardevoir V and V Battle Decks - Venusaur V / Blastoise V

 

TPCi have revealed these products in a press release today.

 

 

Rayquaza V and Noivern V are existing cards with new artwork. Rayquaza V was originally released recently in Japan as a Rayquaza V (210/S-P) promo in the Japanese Dragon Pokemon V Get Challenge. Noivern V is a new artwork that we never have seen before. It is an alternative artwork to the Noivern V from the Japanese S7D Skyscraping Perfect set.

 

There are 2 versions of this product. 1 bundled product named V Battle Deck - Rayquaza vs. Noivern with 2 decks in 1 product. And another product that sells both decks seperately named V Battle Decks (Rayquaza V  and Noivern V).

 

Both products release on October 2021 (no day named by TPCi). The bundled V Battle Deck version (looking at the previous releases) should cost $29.99 USD MSRP and the individual V Battle deck versions should cost $14.99 USD MSRP. Since we don't have the distributor information yet, we can't confirm the prices yet.

 

We will update this article with the official product descriptions when more information has been revealed.

 

Update: Releases October 8, 2021. MSRP is $29.99 USD MSRP and $14.99 USD MSRP confirmed. Added extra product images.

Update 2: Added digital promo images of Rayquaza V SWSH147 and Noivern V SWSH148.


Previously translated cards

The cards were originally translated by ToineLay.

Rayquaza V

(Rapid Strike)


L - Dragon Pulse 40
Discard the top 2 cards of your deck.


RL - Spiral Burst 20+
You may discard either up to 2 Fire Energy, or up to 2 Lightning Energy attached to this Pokémon. This attack does 80 more damage for each Energy card discarded this way.

Noivern V

 

P - Boomburst
This attack does 20 damage to each of your opponent's Pokémon.


PD - Synchro Loud 60+
If you have the same number of cards in hand as your opponent, this attack does 120 more damage.


Product Descriptions


POKÉMON TCG: RAYQUAZA V BATTLE DECK
POKÉMON TCG: NOIVERN V BATTLE DECK


Swoop from the Sky and Bring the Boom—with Rayquaza V and Noivern V!


Welcome the return of Dragon types to the Pokémon TCG with a deck led by Rayquaza V or Noivern V! While Rayquaza V
combines the powers of Fire and Lightning, and Noivern V channels Psychic and Darkness Energy, you can turn your discards into
damage, sync up your hand size to deliver crushing blows, and master all the tricks of these two V Battle Decks!


In each V Battle Deck, you’ll find:
• 1 ready-to-play 60-card deck
• 3 reference cards
• 1 rules booklet
• Single-player playmat
• Damage counters
• 1 large metallic coin
• 1 deck box
• 1 Quick Guide to unlock the strategies within
• 1 code card to play this deck online


V BATTLE DECK—RAYQUAZA VS. NOIVERN


Two Strong Pokémon V Stand Ready!


Get ready for a major Pokémon battle with a ready-to-play double deck bundle—with extra Trainer
cards! The Pokémon TCG: V Battle Deck—Rayquaza vs. Noivern includes a deck for you and one for a
friend, so you can face off. You can choose either Rayquaza V or Noivern V to lead your team in a headsup battle against another Trainer. Then, switch up the decks and see what things look like from the
other side—can you win with both powerful Pokémon V?


The Pokémon TCG: V Battle Deck—Rayquaza vs. Noivern includes:
• 2 ready-to-play V Battle Decks (60 cards each)
• Each deck includes a powerful special Pokémon: Rayquaza V or Noivern V!
• 8 additional Trainer cards, including 2 foil cards
• 2 large metallic coins
• 2 deck boxes
• 2 Quick Guides to unlock the strategies within
• 2 single-player playmats
• 6 reference cards
• Damage counters
• 1 guide to upgrading your decks
• A code card for the Pokémon Trading Card Game Online


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Jack B
3 months ago

These V Battle decks have been pretty underwhelming, hope these add a little more oomph to their trainer lineup. As it stands I would rather still be having theme decks, at least PTCGO has a cool format they can play in.