2023 will be a turning point for the Pokémon TCG: on the one hand, the TCG will again release the decks of the Pokémon TCG World Champion, on the other hand, the generation of Pokémon Scarlet and Purple will also begin. Today, a trademark finally reveals what that is supposed to mean Names of the first sets of 2023.

From the Pokémon 2023 release leak, we already know that Scarlet and Violet's first expansion set will be released, at least in Japan titled Pokémon Scarlet & Violet – Expansion Pack EX and will be available in two variants, one for Pokémon Scarlet and one for Pokémon Violet. As widely expected, the two cover legends of the ninth generation video games Koraidon and Miraidon will also be there deck card of the sentence.

In recent days, however, Nintendo, Creatures Inc. and Game Freak registered three new trademarks of TCG Pokemonthese should also be the names of the three extensions main line will be released in 2023 after the introduction of Scarlet and Violet's creatures with the EX Expansion Pack. At the moment we don't know if these are exclusive names for the rising sun or if the latter is also transliterated in the West. THE three sets of registered TCGhowever, they are:

  • Pokemon Scarlet & Violet - Snow Threat;
  • Pokemon Scarlet & Violet - Clay Burst;
  • Pokémon Scarlet & Violet - Triplet Beat;

From what we know from previous leaks, Triplet Beat will be the second expansion for 2023, and should arrive during the month of March. Snow Hazard and Clay Burst, on the other hand, are two sets that are still completely unknown. However, from the names, we can go overboard and assume that Snow Hazard will have the ice rink manager as the protagonist Grusha and the legendary Chien-Paowhile Clay Burst will see Electro-Gym leader Kissara and legendary Ting-Lu as the main characters.

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