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Styles combine in a new strategy!

The road ahead reveals limitless potential ass the new Fusion Strike style emerges to harness the unbound spirit of Pokémon and Traders alike! Adaptable new Pokémon V like Genesect V, Hoopa V, and Mew VMAX are eager for battle, while Single Strike and Radpid Strike Pokémon loom large as Rillaboom VMAX, Cinderace VMAX, and Inteleon VMAX appear in their Gigantamax forms. Go with the low and discover powerful new strategies in Pokémon TCG: Sword &Shield – Fusion Strike!

  • Over 260 cards
  • 20 powerful Pokémon V and eight enormous Pokémon VMAx
  • Over 20 new Fusion Strike cards
  • More new Single Strike and Rapid Strike cards
  • 20 trainer cards and a new Special Energy card

The trading cards will be released on November 12, 2021. They have a RRP of £3.99 and will receive a huge four week TV advertising campaign.

Each booster pack contains ten trading cards and one online code card.

It is recommended that you display these prominently in your store and reorder from your local news wholesaler.

Packet Barcode: 5060705220313
CDU Barcode: 5060705220320
18 Packets per CDU

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