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Wednesday, November 10th @ 9PM EST
for this iconic Factory sealed, 1st Edition Wizard of The Coast Pokémon Gym Heroes booster box BREAK!
The show will be hosted live & exclusively on the WhatNot mobile app. You will receive a confirmation e-mail with showtime information and instructions to enter the stream!
Host Name: PokemonPlug
YOU ARE PURCHASING A SHOW SPOT FOR A SELECT BOOSTER PACK, TO BE OPENED LIVE FROM A FACTORY SEALED BOX.
YOUR SPOT AND PACK WILL BE RESERVED FOR THE SCHEDULED SHOW TIME!
LIMIT OF 6 PACKS PER PERSON ON THIS STREAM.
CARDS WILL BE SHIPPED WITHIN 24-48 HOURS OF STREAM ENDING.
YOU MAY PURCHASE YOUR PACKS BY ORIENTATION.
L1 = LEFT 1 (FIRST PACK ON LEFT SIDE OF BOX)
R18 = RIGHT 18 (18TH PACK ON RIGHT SIDE OF BOX)
PLEASE NOTE: THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES ON THIS ITEM.
SEE YOU THERE & BLESS THE PULLS!!!
Gear up for battle with the Gym Heroes™ expansion!
Every Pokémon trainer has a unique philosophy on how to best prepare Pokémon for battle. In the Gym Heroes expansion, some of the world's best Pokémon gym leaders have specially trained their Pokémon to create an all-new trading card game adventure. Team up with Misty, Brock, Lt. Surge, and Erika, and become a gym hero!
Gym Heroes is the name given to the sixth main expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as Leaders' Stadium, the fifth expansion in the Pokémon Card Game. It is based on Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green, featuring Generation I Pokémon and the Kanto region's Gym Leaders. The English expansion was released on August 14, 2000, while the Japanese expansion was released on October 24, 1998. Gym Heroes combines its Japanese equivalent with the Challenge from the Darkness expansion.
Gym Heroes introduced Owner's Pokémon, a Pokémon that has a Trainer's name. A headshot of its Trainer was located on the bottom right corner of the card with their Gym Badge in the background. The Retreat Cost was moved below the Weakness and Resistance and it lacked the Pokédex entry. It also introduced the Stadium card subclass of Trainer cards.
Leaders' Stadium was the first Japanese expansion to feature pre-constructed Theme Decks. This was the first expansion to feature different set symbols for its English and Japanese releases.