Pokemon TCG Time Gazer & Space Juggler Preview: Kleavor & More
The next two Pokémon TCG to come to Japan have been revealed. Despiser of time and space juggler will come out at the same time. They focus on the Origin Formes of Sinnoh Legendaries Palkia and Dialga which were revealed in the Nintendo Switch game Pokemon Legends: Arceus. Despiser of time and space juggler will continue to VSTAR mechanics introduced this year. These two sets, plus the special February 2022 expansion combat region, are likely to be the basiss of the next series in English, Sword and Shield – Astral Radiancecoming May 2022. Today let’s take a look at some Full Art Pokémon from the Secret Rare section of Despiser of time. (Note that in Japan, Full Arts are considered Secret Rares while English sets count them as part of the numbered set.)
As I find this Despiser of time is the most alluring set of these twin versions of Pokémon TCG, both of these Full Arts are pretty formidable in the art department. Both of these maps feature some of the most interesting, colorful, and detailed backgrounds we’ve seen in the Full Arts of these sets. The Klravor in particular is striking, and the English language Pokémon TCG players can actually be happy to hear that this card is 100% safe do not in Sword and Shield – Astral Radiance. Now, why would that be a good thing if it’s such a great card? Well, that’s because you won’t have to rip boosters in hopes of getting it. Instead, it is published in English as SWSH Black Star Promo which you are guaranteed to get in the Kleavor VSTAR Premium Collection in May 2022.
Japanese sets often give us a first taste of what English sets might include, so be sure to keep an eye out for our coverage. You can stay tuned for previews of Despiser of time and space juggler maps as well as updates on everything Pokémon TCG right here at Bleeding Cool.