The set will contain over 210 cards, including seven new Tag Team Pokemon-GX, seven regular Pokemon-GX, more than 25 Trainer cards, and a new Special Energy card.
Its Elite Trainer Box will feature Charizard & Reshiram-GX.
Our Unbroken Bonds set will be a combination of Night Unison‘s 55 cards (releasing in Japan on Friday), Full Metal Wall‘s 54 cards (releasing in Japan on February 1st), and Double Blaze‘s 95 cards (releasing in Japan on March 1st).
The set will thus include Night Unison‘s Venomoth-GX, Dedenne-GX, Greninja & Zoroark-GX, and Gardevoir & Sylveon-GX, the unrevealed Buzzwole & Pheromosa-GX and Lucario & Melmetal-GX from Full Metal Wall, and the unrevealed Charizard & Reshiram-GX from Double Blaze. There are of course more Pokemon-GX to be revealed from those sets.
No new Special Energy has been announced recently, so we’ll probably see it in either Full Metal Wall or Double Blaze.
Other upcoming Japanese sets include GG End on April 5th, Sky Legends on April 26th, and Miracle Twins on May 31st. Those three sets will likely comprise our August SM11 set. Japan is also getting a Detective Pikachu mini-set on April 26th, which we’re getting in America and Europe this spring through various Detective Pikachu TCG products.