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Latest video on the official Japanese Pokémon TCG YouTube channel reveals Girafarig and Farigiraf cards from the upcoming Crimson Haze subset

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New Farigiraf card
A new video on the Pokémon Trading Card Game's official Japanese YouTube channel has revealed new Girafarig and Farigiraf cards, which will be released in Japan late next month on March 22nd as part of the Crimson Haze subset for the Scarlet & Violet series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Cards from Crimson Haze will be released internationally later this year as part of an as-yet unannounced expansion.

Translations of these cards can be found in the table below, and on Bulbapedia.
Card #Card ImageTranslation
SV5a 034/066
Girafarig - SV5a 034/066
Girafarig HP: 100 :P:

:C: Dual Head 30
This attack also does 10 damage to 1 of your Benched Pokémon. (Don't apply Weakness and Resistance for Benched Pokémon.)

Weakness: :D:
Resistance: :F: -30
Retreat: :C:
SV5a 035/066
Farigiraf - SV5a 035/066
Farigiraf HP: 140 :P:

:C::C: Mid Rumble 40x
This attack does 40 damage for each of your Stage 1 Pokémon in play.

:P::C::C: Eerie Wave 80
Your opponent's Active Pokémon is now Confused.

Weakness: :D:
Resistance: :F: -30
Retreat: :C::C:


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