Bleeding Cool’s journey retrospective throughout this period of the Sun & Moon time period is continuing. At that point, our spotlight series goes through the initial Nine sets from this Block (namely: Sun & Moon Base, Guardians Rising, Burning Shadows, Crimson Invasion, Ultrarism, Shining Legends, Forbidd Light, Celestial Storm, and Dragon Majesty), it is now time to examine the next set of this time: Sun & Moon Lost Thunder.
The expansion came out on the 2nd of November, 2018. This set was predominantly Zeraora as well as Lugia themed, however it also contained cards featuring other major fans such as Mimikyu, Suicune and more. Today, we continue by introducing our Hoppip line.
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- Hoppip: The trend is over. We have a new three-stage line from the aSun & Moon-era set. The first card is a two-card set. I enjoy this feature of this period because it’s enjoyable to see different styles of art. Both of the cards from Hoppip are designed byMizue and Kopagoo, respectively. Both are adorable and offer amazing return to this grass-type Pokemon. Mizue’s card is soft and pastel, with an extremely smiling Hoppip in a stunning setting. Kawayoo would like to take to strike, and with the smacking Hoppip appearing at a rapid pace, the background simply a flash of colour.
- Skiploom: ArtistHitoshi Ariga depicts Skiploom bubbling with pink energy, while Jumpluff cheers it up. My theory is that they are two Hoppip cards from the earlier cards The most friendly of them being Jumpluff who will guide Skiploom on its progress, as it did in the previous cards.
- Jumpluff It is a Pokemon card that makes use of Masakazu Fukuda. It’s a mild humorous attack card that can be used to Jumpluff and is used to provide an opponent with the impression of an ounce of a threat to her face.
Follow the story throughout Pokemon The Card Game: Moon and Sun Lost Thunder. For more details you can click on”Lost Thunder” Lost Thunder. Next time, the journey will start with the main part.