The Coolest Pokémon Sword & Shield – Rebel Clash Cards We Pulled From Booster Packs

With the first Pokémon Sword & Shield expansion pack already introducing players and collectors to the Galar region in a big way, the wheels of the Pokémon Trading Card Game machine keep turning. This time, the new expansion from Pokémon Sword & Shield, Rebel Clash, shines a light on some of the Galar-region Pokémon not highlighted in the initial Sword & Shield expansion. 

While Pokémon Sword & Shield – Rebel Clash is definitely focused on the new additions to the Pokédex, you can expect several creatures that appear in the Galar region from across multiple generations. Still, this feels like one of the more focused Pokémon Trading Card Game expansion packs in recent memory. Also, for whatever reason, I got a wealth of good Toxtricity cards; – no idea what that’s about. 

We were sent several booster packs, as well as both of the new theme decks, featuring the Legendary Pokémon Zacian and Zamazenta. Check out those cards, as well as my other favorite pulls I had from this expansion in the gallery below.

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The Pokémon Trading Card Game Sword & Shield – Rebel Clash expansion is available May 1. For more on the Pokémon Trading Card Game, check out our big galleries for many of the most recent expansions.

Sword & Shield
Sword & Shield Galar Collection Boxes
Sun and Moon – Hidden Fates and Unified Minds
Sun and Moon – Unbroken Bonds
Sun and Moon – Team Up
Sun and Moon – Lost Thunder
Sun and Moon – Celestial Storm
Sun and Moon – Forbidden Light
Sun and Moon – Ultra Prism
Sun and Moon – Shining Legends
Sun and Moon – Burning Shadows
Sun and Moon – Guardians Rising
Sun and Moon
XY Generations/XY Evolutions
Premium Trainer’s XY Collection 

For our review of Pokémon Sword & Shield, head here. To read our full cover story of Pokémon Sword & Shield, which chronicles the making of the game, head here.

Source: Gameinformer