A new trademark for Stellar Miracle (ステラミラクル) has been filed by Pokemon. It’s under the same terms as trademarks used for set names in the past.
The name is obviously referring to the Stellar type that was introduced in The Indigo Disk. It was created by Terapagos. Thus, we should see Terapagos debut in the set. Terapagos gets a unique form when it Terastallizes into the Stellar type.
A Pokemon with the Stellar Tera type becomes Stellar type when it Terastallizes. This is indicated by a crown over its head with a baby Terapagos and swirling type icons. You use Stellar Tera Shards to change a Pokemon’s Tera type to Stellar.
When a Pokemon Terastallizes into the Stellar type, it gets an attack boost for every move type (2x for its original types and 1.2x for every other type). This only applies once per type per battle.
Terapagos’s Stellar Form gets these boosts at all times.
When a Stellar Pokemon Terastallizes, the Stellar moves Tera Blast and Tera Starstorm become super effective against other Tera Pokemon. All Pokemon can learn Tera Blast via TM, except Terapagos, which gets Tera Starstorm as its signature move instead.
Perhaps this set will introduce the Stellar type to the TCG? If so, how do you think it’ll work?
March 22nd will see the release of the Crimson Haze set. It will feature Pokemon from The Teal Mask.
The DLC introduced Ogerpon, Okidogi, Munkidori, Fezandipiti, Dipplin, Poltchageist, Sinistcha, and Bloodmoon Ursaluna. Presumably the set will be headlined by one of those Pokemon, perhaps Bloodmoon Ursaluna.
Previously we also discovered trademarks for Night Wanderer and Mask of Change. No official information has been released for them yet, but they’ll presumably be the next main sets after Crimson Haze. Night Wanderer could feature Sinistcha and Mask of Change is obviously a reference to Ogerpon.