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You will fight for the thrill, the challenge, and the victory. You'll find everything you need in the Pokemon Trading Card Game HS-Triumphant expansion. Palkia and Dialga makes an amazing Pokemon LEGEND.
As Pokemon Prime, Machamp, Gengar and a half-dozen more powerful Pokemon will be available for the first time. You will find new strategies and deck ideas in the new Trainer, Supporter, Stadium, and Special Energy cards. The only thing missing is a trainer who fights to win… and that's you!
Triumphant is the name of the fourth and final major expansion to the HeartGold & SoulSilver Series for the Pokemon Trading Card Game. It was initially released in Japan as Clash at the Summit.
This is the third and final expansion of the Pokemon Card Game LEGEND Era. It's based on Pokemon HeartGold and SoulSilver and features Generation II Pokemon. The English version was released on November 3, 2010, and the Japanese edition was released on July 8, 2010. Clash at the Summit was released on November 3, 2010, while the Japanese expansion was released on July 8, 2010. Triumphant consists of both its Japanese counterpart and the Lost Link subset.
Psyduck and Weepinbell misspelt “Flip” as “Flip”, which is why their attacks are still uncorrected. You will fight for the thrill, the challenge… and the victory. You'll find everything you need in the Pokemon TCG HS-Triumphant expansion. Palkia and Dialga make an amazing Pokemon LEGEND. Machamp, Gengar, and half-a-dozen other powerful Pokemon are the first Pokemon Prime Cards. You will find new deck and strategy ideas with the new Trainer, Supporter, Stadium, and Stadium cards. The only thing missing is a trainer who fights to win… and that's you!
The brand new Pokemon TCG: HS–Triumphant expansion has more than 100 cards and is ideal for beginners and intermediate Pokemon TCG players. Two theme decks with one guaranteed foil card are now available in stores.
A card lost to the Lost Zone is different from going to the discard box. You'll find many ways to send your opponent's cards to the Lost Zone, which will remove them from play forever!
Gengar Prime's (94/102) Hurl Into Darkness attack, Darkrai & Cresselia LEGEND (99/102 and 102/102 respectively) Lost Crisis attack send Pokemon to the Lost Zone. However, that's not all that you can do. Mew Prime (97/102) allows you to use attacks from any Pokemon within the Lost Zone. Magnezone Prime (92/102) lets you do more damage depending on how many Energy cards you have in the Lost Zone. There are many ways you can use the Lost Zone to win!
The new Energy card is part of the Pokemon TCG: HS–Triumphant expansion. It aims to help keep you in control. Attach Rescue Energy (90/102) on your Pokemon to give it a lifeline. If the Pokemon it is attached to gets Knocked out, it will go back to your hand and not in the discard pile. All cards attached to it are discarded.
Rescue Energy gives you 1 Colorless Energy. This allows you to charge up powerful attacks like Nidoking's (6/102) 80-damage Venomous Horn attack (which Poisons the Defending Pokemon) or Bronzong's (15/102) Legend Ceremony attack. This lets you find Pokemon LEGENDs and add them to your hand. Rescue Energy will give you helpful Energy and peace of mind that your Pokemon won't be lost even if knocked out.
The Pokemon TCG: HS-Triumphant expansion can help you if you are falling behind in battle. This latest set contains two Supporter cards that only work if there are more Prize cards than your opponent. Black Belt (85/102) does 40 damage to any attack that targets your opponent's Active Pokemon. It doesn't matter what Pokemon you have. Twins (89/102) allows you to search your deck for two cards and place them in your hand. This will allow you to find what you are looking for. Black Belt and Twins can help you regain the lead when the chips are low.