Pokémon: Team Rocket 1st Edition Booster Pack
One (1) Unopened & Sealed Booster Pack from Pokémon: Team Rocket Set, 1st Edition. This booster pack is one of 36 that was obtained from a sealed box. This product has not been weighed. A video of the unsealing of the box was taken which can be seen below.
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Team Rocket Set Information
Team Rocket is the name given to the fifth main expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as Rocket Gang, the fourth expansion in the Pokémon Card Game. It is based on Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green, featuring Generation I Pokémon and Team Rocket. The English expansion was released on April 24, 2000, while the Japanese expansion was released on November 21, 1997.
Team Rocket introduced Dark Pokémon, a type of Pokémon. Dark Pokémon cards have a brown and black artwork window, Evolution box and Pokédex box. Dark Pokémon have higher attack damage and lower HPs compared to those of normal Pokémon, likely due to the highly offensive nature of the Trainer. Some Evolution Pokémon feature Ken Sugimori‘s Red and Blue artwork of their previous Stage, instead of the usual Red and Green artwork. It also introduced Secret cards, a card whose collection number is greater than the listed number of cards in the expansion. In the Japanese release, Secret cards have the “Super Rare” rarity. Lastly, it also introduced Holofoil Trainer and Energy cards.
Team Rocket was also the first set not to be packaged cardboard backed blister packs.
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