Play Pokemon Card Game – The Two Player Pokemon Collectible Starter Set

August 1, 2016 - Comment

This is the deck that started it all. Play Pokemon Card Game and find out what all the buzz is about. This is the basic 2-player Pokemon collectible starter set. It is a great way to get into the game inexpensively. It’s actually a real set, not just virtual like the new game. Great starter and

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This is the deck that started it all. Play Pokemon Card Game and find out what all the buzz is about. This is the basic 2-player Pokemon collectible starter set.

It is a great way to get into the game inexpensively. It’s actually a real set, not just virtual like the new game. Great starter and plenty of fun for those rainy days or for travel. This deck is good for 2 people to learn and play the game!Gotta catch ’em all! But before you decide, try out the Pokémon 2-Player Starter Set.

Here’s What You Get:

 60 Pokémon trading cards, plus a bonus foil super card, 10 damage counters, and complete rules for this fast-paced game. The deck is meant to be split into two, 30-card mini decks (listed in the rules) to learn the game, but they can be combined into one regular deck as well.

Players compete to bring out their combatant cards to the table, and power them up for battle with energy cards. Whoever wins the game is the champion Pokémon trainer!

It’s never the same game twice; myriad card patterns abound, so it’ll take a long time for the challenge to wear thin. –Rob Lightner

Great fun to play for two players or just get this to save as a Pokemon collectible for the future.

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Comments

Bookbug says:

brilliant game I’ve gotta disagree with the not-for-kids-under-10 comment. My nephews started playing Pokemon using this set way back when they were little–I mean, 5 and 7, something like that. A grownup needs to read the rules and teach them how to play … then they’re off and running. At first they’d come find grownups to read the attack info and help them with difficult rule points, but pretty soon they had the cards down 100%. It was incredible. They actually learned to read in part by playing Pokemon … and they got lightning fast at multiplying by 10s, subtracting and adding by 10s, etc. When an adult would play with them they were much faster at working the math (skipping steps to get the final result), and they NEVER made a mistake. 

Brandon says:

A Trip to the Past For those fond of nostalgia, this is a great buy. 

Rodney Lucas says:

Great for family My son has been getting into a lot of the Pokémon games for the Nintendo DS. I told him that there was a card game that we could play together and he was willing to try it. It has become one of our favorite father and son “hobbies”. We play several times a week. The rules are easy to learn, and it plays pretty fast. So you can get several games in during one session.If you’re looking for a fun game, especially one that can bring parent and child together, this is a good option.

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