Pokemon - Cosmic Eclipse Pre-Release
Cosmic Eclipse Pre-Release
What Happens Here?
Weeks before the new set is released, you can head to our shop to crack open some pre-release packs, build a deck, and try out all the exciting new cards and mechanics in a friendly, informal tournament.
What is the Format?
The format for this event is Pre-Release Sealed. At the beginning of a Pre-Release Sealed event, you will receive a pre-release pack, which contains the cards you need to play. For more information on the what is inside a pre-release pack, see below.
Are There Prizes?
Yes. Each participating player will receive three Cosmic Eclipse packs as a prize. Additional prizes will be awarded to top ranked players in each division.
What do I Bring?
If not submitted during online registration, you will need your POP ID. If you do not have a POP ID, our Wizards can assist you in obtaining one. Sleeves, deck boxes, a score pad, and counters are optional. Everything else needed to play, will be provided by our Wizards at the start of the event.
What is a POP ID?
POP IDs numbers are used to track performance, attendance and grant special perks to players participating in events officially sanctioned by Pokemon International. Our Wizards can assist you in obtaining one if you currently don't have one assigned to you.
What is the Tournament Structure?
Three 25 minute rounds of Swiss play, best of one matches
What Do I Get Here??
Every participating player receives a Cosmic Eclipse pre-release pack. Inside each pre-release pack you will find:
- A 23-card Evolution pack featuring key cards from current and prior sets, including 1 of 4 alternate-art promo cards
- 4 Pokémon TCG: Sun & Moon - Cosmic Eclipse booster packs
- 1 deck-building tip sheet
What is Pokemon: the Trading Card Game?
In the Pokemon Trading Card Game, players build decks around their favorite Pokemon and then play against each other, sending their Pokemon into battle to prove who the best Pokemon Trainer is. Players can begin with theme decks, pre-constructed decks designed to cover the basics of the game. Then, they can augment their card collections with booster packs that provide more cards, letting players develop more diverse decks. With thousands of cards to choose from, the game is never the same twice. The Pokemon Company International releases four sets of cards, called "expansions," each year, so the game continues to evolve and expand for both players and collectors.
In the video games, the player takes on the role of a young Trainer, whose journey involves traveling from town to town catching and training Pokemon, and battling against other Trainers' teams of Pokemon on a quest to become the Pokemon League Champion. An additional goal is to catch and catalog all of the many Pokemon within the game's world. All Pokemon have one or two innate element types that reflect the Pokemon's strengths or weaknesses. For example, Water-type Pokemon have a natural advantage over Fire-type Pokemon, who in turn have an advantage over Grass-type Pokemon, and so on. Despite this battling aspect of the games, the Pokemon games avoid explicit violence; Pokemon never die during the course of the game. Trainers are invited to take part in many peripheral activities when playing, including talent and beauty contests, tournaments, and fishing (for Pokemon, of course!).
|Event Date||10-19-2019 12:00 pm|
|Event End Date||10-19-2019 3:00 pm|
|Cut off date||10-18-2019 11:55 am|
|Individual Price||$30 - Includes one Cosmic Eclipse Pre-Release pack|
|Location||Little Shop of Magic|