Claire (faiarrow) wrote in collectorviper,
Claire
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そして、これからのカードゲームへ









「ポケモンカードゲームサン&ムーン」
「ソルガレオGX」と「ルナアーラGX」来たる!


Revealed in the Worlds 2016 Opening Ceremony, the next era of the Pokemon TCG has already kicked off with quite a bang. As confirmed by the contents page of the artbook just a few days ago, the next era is going to be called Pokemon Card Game Sun & Moon. The JP site and youtube updated today to feature the logo for the era, in addition to confirming that the first set will debut in December 2016 for Japan.

A new mechanic was also revealed: PokemonGX. GX Pokemon have high HP, high power, and a new devastating attack called a GX Attack. Full rulings on the cards can be seen below:
A player can use only one GX attack per game, total.
(一瞬で戦局を動かす強力なGXワザ。ポケモンGXのみが、GXワザが使うことができます。)

Each Pokémon GX has a maximum of two attacks in addition to its GX attack.
(ポケモンGXはGXワザ以外に通常のワザや特性を持っています。状況に合わせて臨機応変に戦うことが可能です。)

Pokémon GX have strong attacks and high HP, so they can overwhelm the opponent's Pokémon without needing to rely on the GX attack.
(ポケモンGXは高いHP・強いワザを持っており、GXワザに頼ることなく、相手のポケモンを圧倒することができます。)

When a Pokémon GX is Knocked Out, your opponent takes two Prize cards.
(ポケモンGXは、「ポケモンGXがきぜつしたとき、相手はサイドを2枚とる」という、特別なルールを持っているため、扱いには注意が必要です。)


SolgaleoGX and LunalaGX have been the first GX cards revealed, though only partially with attack costs, HP, and set logo/number all omitted. It's not yet known if GX cards will be basic cards, or power-up cards like Lv.X, Great/Prime, and BREAK. We will likely find out come mid-late September, after the release of CP6.

The one GX attack per game is certainly game-changing! Going to be interesting to see how this mechanic is going to unfold over the next few years of this upcoming era.
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