Friday, December 19, 2014

Pokemon LEGO set Pikachu's Pokemon Center Visit

A Pokemon fan named Savath_Bunny submitted a very awesome idea for an LEGO set which would be Pokemon themed which would be called "Pikachu's Pokemon Center Visit".

"Our heroes have traveled to Kalos City where some much needed rest and relaxation is in store for this group’s Pokémon. Stopping at the local Pokémon Center the team bumps into the knowledgeable Professor Oak. He reminds the friends to always be kind to their Pokémon if they hope to see them evolve someday. After stocking up on essential potions, pokeballs and updating their Pokedex, this band of adventurers are off once again in the pursuit of more gym badges!
Pikachu's Pokemon Center Visit includes the following:
5 Minifigures:
  • Ash Ketchum
  • Misty
  • Brock
  • Nurse Joy
  • Professor Oak
5 Starter Pokémon:
  • Pikachu
  • Squirtle
  • Charmander
  • Bulbasaur
  • Eevee
This Pokémon Center has many fun products for any travelers passing by. Offering an array of pokeballs, healing elixirs and tasty berries, this shop is fully stocked so every trainer's Pokémon can battle with safety and ease. In addition, there is a charming dressing room with an exclusive line of fabulous clothes and cool hats for any trainer to look like a true Kalos City champion. "

At first I was very excited to see a fan building such a well done model of the set of Pokemon. And I thought wouldn't this be a great Christmas gift idea as well. But unfortunately LEGO shot down the idea because of licensing issues with Pokemon. Which is quite sad because this could bring a whole new element to the fun of Pokemon that we don't currently have. I still kind of hope that someone will come up with a similar idea and make a LEGO playset that is Pokemon themed because my kids would totally kill for this type of toy.

The thing that I find odd is that out of all the movies and other themed toys including the Simpsons LEGO has done Pokemon just gets shot down. It also had over 1k supporters for the idea so I would imagine that it would have made quite a bit of money. Especially since the Pokemon world is always getting bigger and they could develop full zones which connect to the gyms and Pokemon centers to form a massive building of LEGO set. Like for example:

How cool would it be if there was a Pokemon set which could extend the whole room and contain every single map location known to the Pokemon world including buildings. I know I would be willing to build something that big just out of enjoyment. I kinda wish I knew a way to actually push and get something like this rethought but at the end of the day I'm nothing more then a lowly blogger. We can still dream and hope that LEGO changes it's mind.

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Pokemon Omega Ruby & Alpha Sapphire Freezing Problem

While playing Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire some of you might have noticed the game freezing before or during the ending credits of the game. While this doesn't always happen it does happen when certain conditions are met. So The Pokemon website tells you to update the game in order to fix this problem. You can update it by going to the Nintendo eShop and downloading the update.

Ver. 1.2 [Released 12/03/14]
  • Fixed the issue in which the game freezes during the end credits after entering the Hall of Fame in certain game data.
Ver. 1.1 [Released 11/25/14]
  • Adjustments have been made to make for a more fun gaming experience.
Users should download the software update prior to using the following online features:
  • Connecting to the Internet using the Player Search System
  • Using Wonder Trade
  • Using Game Sync
  • Connecting to the Global Trade Station
  • Redeeming a Mystery Gift


  • This update must be applied in order to use the Internet features of Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Alpha Sapphire.
  • Save data will still be available for use after downloading the update.
  • After downloading the update, please do not delete the update data. Update data can be viewed in the "Downloadable Content" area of the Data Management menu.

What to Do:

  1. Perform a system update to ensure that you have the most up-to-date version. How to
    • For information about connecting your system to the Internet, click here.
  2. Start the Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire game while connected to the internet and a message will display notifying you of a software update.
  3. Select "Launch Nintendo eShop" from the touch screen, or press the Y Button to launch the Nintendo eShop.
    • Alternatively, starting the Nintendo eShop on a Nintendo 3DS that is displaying the Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire game on the HOME Menu will show a list of software update data available, from which you can select and download the update data.
  4. On the Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire game Ver. 1.2 page, select "Tap Here to Download."
    • Once the download is complete; the update will automatically be applied.
    • The update data will be saved on the SD Card inserted in your Nintendo 3DS system.
  5. Start the Pokémon Omega Ruby or Pokémon Alpha Sapphire game and check that it has been updated correctly. If the version number shown is 1.2, the update has been successful.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Release today

If you haven't been following up on your Pokemon handheld games today marks the release of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire releasing for Nintendo 3Ds. These games are remakes to the Ruby and Sapphire version but also include a brand new type of evolutions the mega evolutions. Which you might remember from the card game in more recent times. Before picking which game you will end up buying each of the versions of Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire contain mega stones which are only obtainable in one of the two games so trading will be a key point of these games.

Review wise the game scored pretty high but some of the critics feel that the game mechanics could use more work. They where slightly disappointed about the massive mounts of HM's needed to play the game and also complained about the imblance favoring water type Pokemon. They have how ever added some of the features that we haven't seen in a long time this includes the secret bases where we could create our own custom base and decorate it.

According to Amazon so many people have been preordering the game that they had to cancel preorders for the game for people who tried to preorder it too late. With that being said it seems the Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire will be quite popular for Pokemon games. Especially since Ruby and Sapphire was actually very well recieved and one of the better story's for Pokemon apon release.

Friday, November 7, 2014

Rarity from Wizards of the Coast Pokemon Cards and Nintendo's Pokemon Cards

I started my Pokemon card collecting back during the Wizards of the Coast days of Pokemon. Back when each expansion pack had first edition versions of the cards. And it was always a very high demand for collectors to rush out and go get all the first edition packs. Now a day's Nintendo's Pokemon cards don't come with first edition versions for collectors the only rush I see is just collecting them all without any special versions aside from when there is an error mistake but this happens much less often and we don't get official posts about errors made which kind of makes us wonder whether these are legit or whether people are making fake cards to scam the market.

So with that being said I'm kind of curious what the average collector thinks. Do you think that Wizards of the Coast tailored more to the actual collector I mean so far I have not seen any of the newer Nintendo Expansion card prices really go above $60 dollars which if you look at the Base Set or the Neo Destiny sets most of the first edition cards go for much more then that on average.

I feel like by Nintendo not actually having a first edition expansion it kind of makes collectors kind of feel like the later expansions might not end up being as valuable since they are not being made with the collectors needs in mind. They are printing much more packs then normal making the value of the cards much less. Which I see a whole lot less collectors actually going after them. Yet it is a good thing for the people playing the card game since then they don't have to worry about being forced to play with a first edition card which is worth $100 or more dollars.

The other thing that bugs me about all of the new expansions they haven't seemed to stop printing them. They have much longer printing runs for cards. They keep printing as long as it's selling and many stores end up with expansions that are more then a year old. I remember back when base set was out the first edition's where gone within a very short time and then as soon as they printed the next expansion the last expansion was stopped.

Don't get me wrong I'm not telling you not to collect at all cause at the end of the day you still have to catch them all. I'm more wondering what the community thinks about it and providing just some things I've noticed since Nintendo took Pokemon over. If you would like to leave comments below and tell me how you feel about it. I would be very interested in hearing your oppinions on the matter.

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Free Pokemon X & Y Booster Pack code

Today I'm doing a promotion for a free Pokemon X & Y Booster pack code this is the online claimable code which is used for the online Pokemon Trading Card Game. To claim your free booster pack code click here! If this promotion works out well then I will be doing others in the future for more free booster pack codes. I have a large amount of codes not just ones from Pokemon X & Y so if there's a specific booster pack code your looking for leave comments below if you would like me to add something specific next time.

Monday, September 29, 2014

Pokemon card pull

Each expansion from Pokemon card booster packs has a random chance for various rare cards. When we open them we never know exactly what we will end up getting out of a pack but what we can do is figure out the odd's of actually getting a rare or holographic card out of a pack. The earlier releases of Pokemon cards actually contained very high chances of pulling holographic versions of cards out of a pack. While the more recent releases give some reverse holographic cards and such or minor holographic cards while more rare cards seem to have much lower chances to actually pull them out of packs.

Wizards of the Coast Early Expansions 1998 -2001:
  • Holographic: 1:4 (9 per box)

Wizards of the Coast 2002-2003:
  • Neo Revelation Shinings: 1:18 (2 per box)
  • Neo Destiny Shinings: 1:12 (3 per box)
  • Crystals: 1:18 (2 per box)
  • Dark Raichu: 1:57 (1 every 1.5 boxes)

EX series:
  • 2004-2007 ex's: 1:18 (2 per box)
  • 2003 ex's: 1:8 (avg. 5 per box)
  • Gold Star: 1:72 (1 in 2 boxes)
  • Unknown: 1:5 (7 per box)

Pokémon Organized Play Series:
  • Espeon Gold Star: 1:40
  • Umbreon Gold Star: 1:40
  • EX 1:40
Diamond, Pearl, and Platinum Series:
  • 2007-2008 Level X: 1:36 (One per box)
  • 2009 Level X: 1:15 (2-3 per box)
  • Time Space Distortion: 1:72 (1 in 2 boxes)
  • Reprints (2008-2009) 1:36 (1 per box)
  • Shinies (2008-2009) 1:36 (1 per box)
  • Arceus: 1:4 (8-9 per box)
  • Rotoms: 1:18 (2 per box)
Heart Gold Soul Silver series:
  • Legend: 1:12 (3 per box)
  • Prime: 1:7 (5 per box)
  • Red Gyarados: 1:36 (average 1 per box)
  • Alph Lithograph: 1:36 (1 per box)
  • Red Gyarados: 1:36 (1 per box)
  • Call of Legends Shiny:1:18 (2 per box)
Black and White series:
  • Full Art: 1:18 (2 per box)
  • Secret: 1:80 (1 every 2-3 boxes)
  • EX: 1:18 (2 per box)
  • Full Art EX: 1:36 (1 per box)
  • Shining: 1:72 (1 per 2 boxes)
  • Chances of pulling a Prime card in:
  • (HGSS) One in every six packs (1:6)
  • (UL) One in every seven packs (1:7)
  • (UD) One in every seven packs (1:7)
  • ™ One in every seven packs (1:7)
  • How many Primes per booster box in:
  • (HGSS): Six
  • (UL) Five
  • (UD) Five
  • ™ Five
  • Comes as a Reverse Holo
LV. X (Diamond & Pearl-Arceus):
  • How many Lv. X’s per booster box: One or two (usually one)
  • Diamond & Pearl-Majestic Dawn: 1 Lv. X (1:36)
  • Legends Awakened-Arceus: 3 Lv. X’s (1:12)
  • Secret Wonders: 0-1 Lv. X (1:36)
  • Rising Rivals: 2-3 Lv. X's (1:12-1:18)
  • Supreme Victors: 3-4 Lv. X's (1:9-1:12)
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Time-Space Distortion: One in every one-hundred eight booster packs (1:108)
  • How many Time-Space Distortions per booster box: One in every three booster boxes
  • Comes as a Rare
EX (Ruby & Sapphire-Power Keepers):
  • Chances of pulling an EX card: One in every twelve packs (1:12)
  • How many EX’s per booster box: About three
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Legend card: One in every nine-twelve packs (1:9-12)
  • How many Legends per booster box: About three-four (usually one of each half)
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Holo card: One in every three packs (1:3)
  • How many Holos per booster box: About twelve
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Shiny card: One in every thirty-six packs (1:36)
  • How many Shiny’s per booster box: One
  • Comes as a Reverse Holo
  • Chances of pulling a Shining card: One in every three hundred packs (1:300)
  • How many Shining’s per booster box: One in every two booster cases
  • (A booster case has six booster boxes in it. Two of them equal twelve booster boxes.)
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Reprint card: One in every thirty-six packs (1:36)
  • How many reprints per booster box: One
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling an Alph Lithograph in:
  • (HGSS/UL) One in every one hundred-eight packs (1:108)
  • (UD) One in every one hundred-eight packs (1:108)
  • How many Alph Lithograph's per booster box in:
  • (HGSS/UL) One in every three booster boxes
  • (UD) One in every three booster boxes
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Shiny Gyarados: One in every one thirty-six packs (1:36)
  • How many Shiny Gyarados' per booster box: One per booster box
  • Comes as a Rare
  • Chances of pulling a Rotom: One in every eighteen packs (1:18)
  • How many Rotom per booster box: Two
  • Comes as a Reverse Holo
  • Chances of pulling an Arceus: One in every four packs (1:4)
  • How many Arceus per booster box: About nine-ten (usually one of each)
  • Comes as a Reverse Holo
  • Chances of pulling a Dark Raichu: At least one in every three booster boxes (1:108)
  • Comes as a Rare


Sunday, September 7, 2014

Pokémon Trading Card Game Online Free Deck Codes

I wanted to share some theme deck codes with you which you can claim on the Pokemon Trading Card Game Online. These codes can be added to your account via the online game shop. And will give you multiple copies of the rally theme deck. Even though they no longer give unique theme decks they are still useful for giving yourself multiple energy cards and also duplicate cards. Some of the codes also give clothing for your character, hats and also shirts. Remember to check back for new codes to get more free Pokemon trading card game online stuff.


So the deal with the Pokémon Pack Giveaway codes is every month I give away a free booster pack code which can be claimed for the online trading card game. This costs you nothing you don't have to do anything for this is just something nice I do for the people who follow and read my blog. If you want to be notified about when I post one subscribe or follow my blog. I have many more Pokemon codes to give away so if you didn't get one yet you will eventually. Just keep following!

Pack code givaway's:
Free Plasma Blast Codes for Pokemon Trading Card Game Online
Free Roaring Skies Pokemon Booster Code
Free Primal Clash Pokemon Booster Code
Free X & Y Code for Pokemon Trading Card Game Online
Free Pokemon Roaring Skies Booster Code
Free Acient Origins Pokemon Booster Code
Free Flash Fire Pokemon Booster Code
Ancient Origins Booster code giveaway
Black & White Legendary Treasures Booster Pack Codes 
Free Flash Fire Pokemon booster code
Furious Fists Booster Code Giveaway 
Flash Fire Pokemon Booster Code Giveaway
Free BREAKthrough Booster Code Giveaway
Free BREAKpoint Booster Code Giveaway 
Primal Clash Booster Code 3/8/2016 
Primal Clash Booster 2 code Giveaway 
Three Primal Clash free Pokemon booster codes 

Friday, August 29, 2014

Rare Phantom Forces Pokemon Card Prices

This page is dedicated to the rare Pokemon cards of the Phantom Forces Pokemon card expansion. The low end price would be the lowest price you might find it for without going to buy it from a retail card seller. And the highest price would be buying it outside of an auction.

Card NameEditionConditionLow end PriceHigh End Price
  Phantom Forces Complete Master Set N/A Mint  $250.00 $400.00
Phantom Forces Sealed booster box N/A N/A  $89.00 $120.00
 Phantom Forces Aegislash EX Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $59.00 $80.00
  Phantom Forces Mega Gengar Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $60.00 $79.00
  Phantom Forces Dialga-EX Secret Rare Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $20.00 $40.00
  Phantom Forces Mega Manectric Ex Holographic Pokemon Card  N/A Mint  $20.00 $37.00
  Phantom Forces Gengar-EX Full Art Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $15.00 $25.00
  Phantom Forces  Malamar EX Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $15.00 $25.00
  Phantom Forces  Florges EX Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $15.00 $25.00
  Phantom Forces VS Seeker Reverse Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $10.00 $18.00
  Phantom Forces Lysandres Trump Card Full Art Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $9.00 $16.00
  Phantom Forces AZ Trainer Full Art Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $9.00 $15.00
  Phantom Forces Head Ringer Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $9.00 $14.00
  Phantom Forces Xerosic Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $9.00 $14.00
  Phantom Forces Gengar Spirit Link Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $9.00 $14.00
  Phantom Forces Mega Heracross EX Holographic Pokemon Card N/A Mint  $8.00 $14.00

Phantom Forces Pokemon Card Expansion

The Phantom Forces Pokemon card expansion will be will be released this upcoming November 5th, 2014. This expansion is the fouth expansion from the XY series of the English version. The set contains Mega Evolution similar to that of the other sets and includes the psychic Pokemon Gengar. The set also includes EX Pokemon Dialga, Aegislash, Manectic and two other unknown EX Pokemon which names have not been released.

Phantom Forces Pokemon Card Prices

Phantom Forces Pokemon Error Cards:

No information yet
Theme Decks:

 Symbol Map:
T- Trainer
- Common
- Uncommon
- Rare
- Rare Holographic


No. Card name Type Rarity
1/119 Venonat    
2/119 Venomoth    
3/119 Yanma    
4/119 Yanmega    
5/119 Sewaddle    
6/119 Swadloon    
7/119 Leavanny    
8/119 Karrablast    
9/119 Fletchinder    
10/119 Talonflame    
11/119 Litleo    
12/119 Pyroar    
13/119 Krabby    
14/119 Kingler    
15/119 Totodile    
16/119 Croconaw    
17/119 Feraligatr    
18/119 Finneon    
19/119 Lumineon    
20/119 Frillish    
21/119 Jellicent    
22/119 Alomomola    
23/119 Manectric EX    
24/119 Mega Manectric EX    
25/119 Litleo    
26/119 Litleo    
27/119 Litleo    
28/119 Litleo    
29/119 Litleo    
30/119 Litleo    
31/119 Litleo    
32/119 Litleo    
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42/119 Litleo    
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51/119 Litleo