Celestial Storm Part 17 of The Cards Of Pokemon TCG: Skitty Line

Celestial Storm Part 17 of The Cards Of Pokemon TCG: Skitty Line

Bleeding Cool''s journey through the Sun & Moon TCG series continues. Now that the spotlight series has expanded through the first seven units of this block (Sun & Moon base, Burning Shadows, Crimson Invasion, Ultra Prism, and Forbidden Light), it''s time to look at the next set from this era: Sun & Moon Celestial Storm, which includes commons, uncommons, and rares, along with a couple of personal favorites.

There are a lot ofKen Sugimori stock art inSun & Moon Celestial Storm. Some collectors dislike this, however, Sugimori''s artwork as the house designer for Pokemon is striking. It also harkens back to previous Wizards of the Coasts sets when using this artwork was the norm. It depends on how this artwork is used and whether it is used.

A beautiful Delcatty design fromSekio with delicate lines and watercolors is an undefeated delight. I chose these two non-exclusively because I had to highlight this particular adorable card which depicts a cute and domestic Delcatty, but because these are among the most popular Pokemon I find them significantly underrated.

Stay tuned for the rest of your Pokemon TCG: Sun & Moon Celestial Storm journey. Click the Celestial Storm tag below to see how this series works. Next time, this journey begins with full arts of this set.

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