I mean, I’m just on the bandwagon because the Elite Four theme and that one N’s Bridge theme are so good and that the Team Plasma Grunt Battle theme is swung.Yep. For the best generation ever, they really don't like representing it. Must be all the negativity it got back in the day.
It's really nice to know that a lot of people have turned around and grew to like it a lot, but I wish Pokemon would get to representing some more of the gen 5 pokemon who haven't got cards in upwards of 5 or 6 years. Darmanitan, my favorite pokemon, FINALLY getting one in Dragon Majesty (and another in...whatever that set it came in, I lost track with recent sets)was such a good feeling. I hope others get that treatment sooner or later.
I think as a collector, themes in a set can actually be very important to the collectible appeal of a set if done right, granted that they're being attempted. Certain sets can be more broad, like, say, Base or Expedition, and of course those sets have their own appeal. Artwork, value, there's MANY factors into wanting to complete a set.Yeah, I know. I find it quite sad the direction Pokémon isn’t going in. And outside of Japan isn’t doing any better. In Lost Thunder, 16 out of 214 (excluding SRs) were Lightning types. And 36 were grass types. In a set called Lost Thunder. But honestly, themes sets shouldn’t be the biggest of the players concern. I think the most important problem is artificial set bloating, and with my budget, I might have to stop playing because of all the giant sets with so many fillers. Does anyone remember when opening packs was fun?