The Pokémon Trading Card Game, which is abbreviated to PTCG or Pokémon TCG, is a collectible card game based on Nintendo’s Pokémon franchise of video games first published in October 1996 by Media Factory.
This game is about a kid who liked to collect Pokemon cards. You know, just collect them, but had no idea how to play them. I’m sure you had some friends like that, or maybe you were like this as well. So anyway, this kid hears about the Legendary Cards, which belongs to the Card Master, and he wants to get them, so asks the local Prof. Oak wannabe to teach him how actually to play the game. After a training session, which teaches the basics of the game clearly, you can choose one of three decks to start with, based on the first generation starter Pokemon, Bulbasaur, Charmander, and Squirtle.
Your main goal is to fail all eight Club Masters and get their medals, so you can check out the Grand Masters and get legendary cards. However, getting to this location is not too difficult-a world map like the one in Super Mario Bros. 3. Your task is just to choose where you want to go inside the buildings. After you beat someone in any Club, you usually get booster packs (usually two), with ten cards from a fixed set. The sets you receive are typically associated with the people they give you, and it is highly correlated with containing the cards that a person has in his deck. You can use these cards to build new decks or just make your deck better. Every time you turn on the game, a character mystery is called.
Some people in the game want to trade with you and usually give you cards that you can’t get from any of the pack intensity. These are card promotions. There is a place where sometimes they hold a tournament Pokemon, where you beat three random opponents, you will get a random Promotion card. This is where Tribes and Grand Masters are located, there’s Mr. Ishihara’s House, where you can trade with Mr. Ishihara several times, and some events also appear here. Pokemon Lab, you can search for decks, get energized, talk about the rules, and try a tester after the game is over.