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Pokemon 2018 World Championship Starter Deck Set

PKMTCG – Is it worth it to buy a Pokémon World Championship Deck?

$54.99

  • All 4 Pokemon 2018 World Championship Decks

Each World Championship Deck Includes:

  • 2018 World Championships Deck Box
  • A Special 2018 World Championships Pin

POKEMON 2018 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP STARTER DECK

Play Like a Champion with the Pokemon 2018 World Championship Starter Deck Set!

Dont miss your chance to stock your shelves with some of the worlds greatest Pokemon TCG decks! Players can experience the thrill of competing like top Trainers every time they open a 2018 Pokemon TCG World Championships Deck.


There are four powerful decks to choose from, each one a card-for-card replica of an actual title-contenders deck from the 2018 World Championships! Learn winning strategies from a selection of the best players in the game, and start making your own plans for the 2019 World Championships!

Each Set Includes:

  • All 4 Pokemon 2018 World Championship Decks

Each World Championship Deck Includes:

  • 2018 World Championships Deck Box
  • A Special 2018 World Championships Pin

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Pokmon Tcg World Championships Power Rankings

Twitch.tv/PokemonTCGTwitch.tv/PokemonOrigin Forme Palkia VSTARInteleonMewTrekking ShoesRadiant BlastoiseArceus VSTARâ Christopher SchemanskeArceus VSTARGengar VMAXGalarian Moltres VGalarian Zapdos VLucario VSTARCrobat VMAXDuraludon VMAXFlying Pikachu VMAXCinccinoBibarelInteleon.Cherenâs CareDunsparceBig CharmRadiant Charizardâ Tord ReklevMew VMAXTower of DarknessPokéStopOrigin Forme Palkia VSTARArceus VSTARFlying Pikachu VMAXâ Ellis LonghurstOrigin Forme Palkia VSTARArceus VSTARCyllenePal PadTeam Yellâs CheerCrushing HammerMiltankYveltalâ Robin SchulzOrigin Forme Dialga VSTARTrekking ShoesRadiant GreninjaScoop Up NetMewMetal Saucerâ Stéphane Ivanoff


One Trainer’s Binder Trash Is Another Trainer’s Worlds

In a bizarre twist of fate, Czech Republic player Ondrej kubal took down the Pokémon TCG 2022 Masters Division World Championship using a card widely considered to be complete rubbish, Flying Pikachu VMAX. Upon release in the Pokémon Celebrations expansion in 2021, the card was largely dismissed as unplayable, yet given the way the metagame developed heading into the biggest event of the year in London, it just happened to be the perfect counter to the top deck in the format.

The Pokémon Celebrations mini-set was mostly a collectible one with few competitively viable cards, and Flying Pikachu was likely intended to be nothing more than a fun tribute to the fan-favorite Flying Pikachu card first released in English as a promo in 2001, which is why fans are so tickled by the fact that it literally just won the Pokémon TCG World Championship.

A card that was previously considered bulk from a collector’s set is about to be the key to a Worlds-winning deck. I love this game so much

Patrick Wall

Its supposed to be just a fun card. Its good only because Lightning Pokémon cards are really bad so you have to dig deep to find a good one, and Flying Pikachu is it. Without Palkia around, it wouldnt be Tier 1, kubal told IGN in a post-match interview.

I love how Flying Pikachu, a very Mid & overall Underwhelming card is gonna win both the World Championships & won NAIC lol Lightning type go brr right now i guess

Littledarkfury

American Appa

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Pokmon World Championships Tcg Masters Division

Pokémon TCG players competed using the Standard format. Forthe 2022 Championship Series season, players were allowed to use cards printedin the Pokémon TCG: Sword & Shield expansion and later, as well asBlack Star Promo cards. The World Championships regulationspermitted all cards through the Pokémon GOexpansion.


See more competition results:

  • Masters Division ChampionArceus VSTAR / Flying Pikachu VMAX / Hisuian Decidueye VSTAR
  • Daichi Shimada Masters Division Runner-UpArceus VSTAR / Flying Pikachu VMAX / Hisuian Decidueye VSTAR
  • Ryota Ishiyama Masters Division SemifinalistArceus VSTAR / Flying Pikachu VMAX / Hisuian Decidueye VSTAR
  • James Cox Masters Division SemifinalistOrigin Forme Palkia VSTAR / Inteleon
  • Andrew Estrada Masters Division QuarterfinalistOrigin Forme Palkia VSTAR / Inteleon
  • André Chiasson Masters Division QuarterfinalistMew VMAX / Genesect V
  • Kaiwen Cabbabe Masters Division QuarterfinalistOrigin Forme Palkia VSTAR / Inteleon
  • Otavio Gouveia Masters Division QuarterfinalistOrigin Forme Palkia VSTAR / Inteleon

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