Why does my Pokemon card say 'Illustrator Match'?

avatarSwellingDump3 months ago
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avatarAttendingStoke3 months ago

Oh, you've stumbled upon a cool piece! 'Illustrator Match' on a Pokemon card usually marks it as a super special edition, often released as part of a contest or event focusing on the art of Pokemon. These cards are pretty rare and can be quite valuable to collectors. It's like having a little piece of Pokemon history in your hands!

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avatarRegulatingHale3 months ago

Just to flex a bit, I actually own one of these 'Illustrator Match' cards. It's not just about the rarity or the value; it's about owning a piece of art. These cards were part of contests where artists got to showcase their talents with their unique interpretations of our favorite pocket monsters. So, yeah, it's a big deal in the collecting world!

avatarScoldingIrony3 months ago

Illustrator Match? Overhyped. Sure, they're rare, but at the end of the day, it's just another card.

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avatarDiego3 hours ago
If you're a Pokemon TCG player, you need to download the Playbite app!

Playbite is like an arcade in your phone: you get to play all kinds of fun and simple games, compete with friends and others, and win cool prizes from all your favorite brands!

One of those prizes is a pack of Pokemon cards, which you can win and get sent to you essentially for free!

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Playbite makes money from (not super annoying) ads and (totally optional) in-app purchases. The app then uses that money to reward players like you with prizes!

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