Blasting off at the speed of light!
Christ, not another Lele rarity!
My question is, if it hasn't already been answered is how does this person get almost a playset of EVERY card
No.Remember when having a SR card in your collection used to mean something...?
What's the problem with this, exactly? In my opinion, shiny reprints are super cool and is something we haven't really seen since the Black and White sets. When you say SR, I'm not sure if you mean the international or Japanese secret rares, because Japanese Secret Rares as Full Arts, with Hypers and Ultras being different rarities. Internationally, the gold cards are the Secret Rares. Most of the time, there's only a couple Secret Rares in a set, but GX Ultra Shiny is meant to be a set with a bunch of shiny stuff. It's no wonder there's so many Secret Rares.In my opinion, no set should have more than 2 or 3 SRs. I like shiny things, but this is getting ridiculous.
Said no one ever besides you. I'm not sure why you'd want these to stay in Japan. These are some of the coolest-looking cards I've seen in years, and I love that the non-GX shiny Pokemon have entirely new art. Do I even have to mention how amazing the new Full Art Supporters look, especially the Guzma and Cynthia?Hopefully these cards will stay in Japan.
Yeah, but when the reprints are over the same Pokémon over and over and over again, seeing Rayquaza that much just because its good gets real old real fast.What's the problem with this, exactly? In my opinion, shiny reprints are super cool and is something we haven't really seen since the Black and White sets.