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Latest video on the official Japanese Pokémon TCG YouTube channel reveals Walking Wake and Iron Crown cards from the upcoming Crimson Haze subset

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New Walking Wake and Iron Crown cards
A new video on the Pokémon Trading Card Game's official Japanese YouTube channel has revealed new cards for the Paradox Pokémon Walking Wake and Iron Crown, 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 ImageTranslations
SV5a 007/066
Iron Crown - SV5a 007/066
Iron Crown HP: 120 :G:

:G: Recover Net
Put up to 2 Pokémon from your discard pile into your hand.

:G::C::C: Avenging Edge 100+
If any of your Pokémon were Knocked Out by damage from an attack during your opponent's last turn, this attack does 60 more damage.

Weakness: :R: x2
Resistance: None
Retreat: :C:
SV5a 026/066
Walking Wake - SV5a 026/066
Walking Wake HP: 130 :W:

:W: Aurora Gain 20
Heal 20 damage from this Pokémon

:W::W::C: Cleaving Wake 20x
Put up to 9 damage counters on this Pokémon. This attack does 20 damage for each damage counter you placed in this way.

Weakness: :L: x2
Resistance: None
Retreat: :C:

Translators note: The Japanese name of the second attack has the same root as Walking Wake's name in Japanese, ウネルミナモ (Uneruminamo). The second half of the attack name is a play on words based on the ambiguity of being written in hiragana rather than kanji. While it makes sense to read it as 裂く(さく), which is the kanji for rip/tear/cleave, this could equally well be 咲く (さく). While that kanji is normally used for a flower blooming, it also has an older meaning of waves rising up and breaking.


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