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How to Win with Crown Zenith's Legendary V and Vstar Cards

 

 

The Pokémon franchise has been a cultural phenomenon since its debut in 1996. Created by Satoshi Tajiri, the franchise began as a pair of Game Boy games in Japan and has since expanded into a multimedia franchise that includes anime, movies, merchandise, and, most notably, the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG). The Pokémon TCG was first introduced in Japan in 1996, the same year as the original games. It quickly became popular among Japanese children and was eventually brought to the United States in 1998.

The TCG is a collectible card game in which players use their decks of cards to battle against each other. The goal is to use various Pokémon characters, each with their strengths and weaknesses, to defeat the opponent's Pokémon and win the game. To this end, the TCG has released various expansion packs over the years, with the most recent being the Crown Zenith expansion based on the 8th generation of the franchise, including the Sword and Shield versions of the games. Naturally, the Crown Zenith expansion features many new cards players can use to their advantage, with some being rarer than others. Few people know how to achieve this, so we will discuss the details in this article.

What Is in the Crown Zenith Expansion?

You can get the complete experience of the Pokémon TCG through Crown Zenith’s Galarian Gallery. See the spooky stare of Hisuian Zoroark VSTAR under a bright full moon, watch as Darkrai VSTAR dominates a moonlit lake with its nightmare powers, and walk alongside Cynthia as she explores the myths and legends of Sinnoh with these unique alternate-art cards. These cards are popular among both collectors and competitive players.

However, Crown Zenith is more than just attractive cards; it also includes new and strong Pokémon V and VSTAR cards. Regigigas VSTAR has the most HP of any Pokémon VSTAR released, and its Giga Impact attack is extremely powerful. Regigigas VSTAR has the Star Guardian VSTAR Power, which allows you to discard one of your opponent's Benched Pokémon if they have only one Prize card remaining. If you're looking for a smaller but still formidable Pokémon V, Eevee V can cause up to 160 damage any Pokémon V in its path.

You can also explore the Galarian Gallery and discover many beloved Pokémon in their natural surroundings, such as Riolu, Swablu, Duskull, Bidoof, Pikachu, Turtwig, Paras, Poochyena, and Mareep. You can gather these cards to create a beautiful scene of these creatures in their habitat, bringing a playful element to your card collection.

Crown Zenith's Legendary Pokémon

Crown Zenith is an excellent source of tricks for your deck. One example is Radiant Eternatus, which allows you to search your deck for up to 2 Pokémon VMAX and add them to your Bench when you play it from your hand. This makes bringing out strong Pokémon like Rayquaza VMAX, Zeraora VMAX, and Duraludon VMAX easier without evolving them first. Additionally, Radiant Charjabug's Shocking Block Ability helps take down enemy Pokémon V by adding two damage counters whenever an Energy card is attached from the hand.

Of course, you also have the Galar region's Hero duo, Zacian and Zamazenta, featured as Pokémon V and VSTAR. Zacian's Sword Star can powerfully knock out opponents with a 310 damage VSTAR Power attack. At the same time, Zamazenta's Shield Star can protect your Pokemon by reducing damage from attacks by 100 during your opponent's next turn with its VSTAR Power Ability. Including these cards in your deck will boost your combat abilities.

Strategies with the Crown Zenith Deck

Radiant Eternatus has a unique ability called Climactic Gate, allowing you to add two Pokémon VMAX directly to your bench. One Pokémon VMAX that stands out is Duraludon VMAX, a strong card in the Standard format. It is often used with Arceus VSTAR to force the opponent to knock out multiple Duraludon VMAX during the game. However, with Radiant Eternatus, players can skip using Arceus and directly bring Duraludon VMAX into play. Players can use cards like Comfey, Colress's Experiment, and Mirage Gate to further power up their Duraludon VMAX.

Alternatively, the Sky Seal Stone card can be helpful for decks that use Raikou V and Drapion V to attack the weaknesses of Lugia VSTAR and Mew VMAX. Players can earn more rewards using Sky Seal Stone, which is particularly useful for Lost Zone toolbox decks that don't depend on VSTAR Power. Using Drapion V and Star Order can assist in achieving a two-step attack strategy to defeat Duraludon VMAX and earn an additional reward.

Regarding the two legendary Pokémon, Zacian is a skilled fighter, but some professionals believe that Zamazenta is better due to its strong attacking skills. Its move, Retaliate, can deal 100 damage and an extra 120 damage if one of your Pokémon was defeated during your opponent's last turn. With this move, Zamazenta can cause 220 damage, sufficient to defeat basic Pokémon V and high HP Pokémon that only give one prize.

Conclusion

The Pokémon TCG is a complex and engaging game that requires strategy and careful planning to emerge victorious. While matches are trickier than the average Pokémon battle in the games or anime, the satisfaction of building a successful deck and winning against opponents is worth the effort. With the right cards and a solid strategy, any player can defeat even the most formidable opponents and become a Pokémon TCG master.

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