Pokémon Sword & Shield Full Art: Top 10 most valuable cards
08/26/22 0 comments
See the most valued Full Art cards to date in 2022, ahead of the Lost Origin expansion's release.Edit Article
“Lost Origin”in September here in the west, we will see the Full Art cards of the Sword / Shield era that are worth the investment. Shall we go to the list?
The Sword/Shield Full Art Cards
10th) Vaporeon V -Rapid Strike- (Evolving Skies - 172/203)
"Rapid Strike"archetype. Its average value in the market is 14 dollars.
Triple Draw, for a colorless energy, draws 3 cards. The second attack,
Splash Jump, for two water energies and one colorless, deals 90 base damage and even switch your Vaporeon from active position to a Pokémon you have on your bench, replacing it.
9th) Machamp V (Astral Radiance 171/189)
Revenge Buster, by a Fighting Energy and a Colorless Energy, does 50 damage plus 50 if any Pokémon on your Bench has any damage counters. And his second attack,
Seismic Toss, for two fighting energies and a colorless one, deals 140 base damage.
8th) Ninetales V (Rebel Clash 177/192)
Nine-Tailed Shapeshifter, which, for one fire energy and two colorless ones, copies one of your opponent's active Pokémon's attacks and can use it. Its second attack,
Flamethrower, for one fire energy and three colorless energies, deals 180 base damage and discards one energy in the process.
7th) Sylveon V -Rapid Strike- (Evolving Skies - 183/203)
Dream Gift, you can search your deck for a Trainer Item card and put it in your hand and then shuffle the deck. And if you do, your turn ends. Its only attack,
Magical Shot, for two colorless energies does 60 damage.
6th) Arceus V (Brilliant Stars 165/172)
Trinity Nova, for two colorless energies, powers up to 3 energies from your deck to any of your Pokémon-V in any way you like, then shuffles your deck.
Power Edge, for three colorless energies, deals 130 base damage.
5th) Galarian Moltres V (Chilling Reign 176/198)
Direflame Wingsthat during your turn, you can attach dark energy from the discard pile to it. And its only attack,
Aura Burn, for two dark energies and one colorless, does 190 damage, but also 30 damage to itself.
4th) Mew V (Fusion Strike 250/264)
Energy Mix, for a psychic energy, you search your deck for an energy and link it to one of your Fusion Strike-type Pokémon, and after that, shuffle your deck.
Psychic Leap, for a psychic energy and a colorless energy, does 70 damage, and you take the Mew and all cards attached to it back to your deck and shuffle it.
3rd) Umbreon V -Single Strike- (Evolving Skies 188/203)
"Single Strike"archetype. His first attack,
Mean Look, for a dark energy deals 30 damage and the opponent cannot retreat. And the second attack,
Moonlight Blade, for one dark energy and two colorless ones, does 80 + 80 damage if Umbreon has any damage counters on it.
2nd) Pikachu V (Vivid Voltage 170/185)
Chargeattack causes it to look for two electric energies and connect them to that Pokémon, then shuffle the deck. His second attack,
Thunderbolt, for two electric energies and one colorless energy, deals 200 damage, discarding all energy in the process.
1st) Charizard V (Brilliant Stars 153/172)
Incinerate, for two fire energies and a colorless one, does 90 damage and before doing the damage, discard any Tool Item cards that are attached to the opponent's Pokémon to perform the attack. And his second attack,
Heat Blast, for three fire energies and a colorless one, deals 180 damage.
Galarian Zapdos V (Chilling Reign - 173/198)
Fighting Instinct, where for each V-type Pokémon that the opponent has in play, the cost of Galarian Zapdos's colorless energies will be reduced, and as it needs 4 energies to use his
Thunderous Kickattack (1 fighter energy and 3 colorless energies) to deal 170 damage and the special energy discard effect of opponent if it has any energy attached before dealing damage.
Rayquaza V (Evolving Skies - 193/ /203)
Dragon Pulse, for one electric energy, deals 40 damage, discarding two cards from the top of your deck. And the second attack,
Spiral Burst, for one fire and one electric energy, deals 20 base damage + 80 damage for each discarded basic fire or electric energy attached to it. However, its discard limit is two energies, that is, it is 20 + 160 in total.
Dragonite V (Evolving Skies - 191/203)
Shred, by two colorless energies, does 50 damage and ignores any effects of your opponent's Pokémon. And its second attack,
Dragon Gale, for two water and one electric energy, does 250 damage plus dealing 20 damage to all Pokémon on your Bench.
Espeon V (Evolving Skies - 179/203))
Zen Shot, for a psychic energy, deals 60 damage to one of your opponent's Pokémon-V (cannot apply Benched Weakness or Resistance if using this attack). And his second attack,
Super Psy Bolt, for one psychic energy and two colorless ones, deals 120 damage.
Glaceon V (Evolving Skies - 174/203)
Frozen Awakening, for a water energy, makes you look for Glaceon-V's evolution and can put it to evolve. Then, shuffle your deck.
Heavy Snow, for one water energy and two colorless ones, it does 120 damage and discards a stadium card into play.
Jolteon V (Evolving Skies - 177/203)
Thunder Spear, for a colorless energy, does 20 damage to one of the opponent's Pokémon (cannot apply Weakness or Resistance if using this attack). And his second attack,
Pin Missile, for one electric energy and two colorless ones, deals 60 times the damage for heads you hit with your coin toss.
Leafeon V (Evolving Skies - 166/203)
Greening Cells, makes you search your deck for a grass energy and can attach it to any of your Pokémon and then shuffle your deck in the process. After that, your turn is over. Its only attack,
Leaf Blade, for one grass energy and two colorless, does 90 base damage + 60 damage if the coin hit heads in the process.
Lost Originexpansion, where there will be more cards that can be added to the catalog and with this price survey that will be in the category, and will probably change this perception in the long term. Until then, these are some cards that are worth the investment.