Scarlet and Violet Tandemaus Tera Raid starts as dazzling Nymble and Lokix OCG cards debut

Scarlet and Violet Tandemaus Tera Raid starts as dazzling Nymble and Lokix OCG cards debut ...

Another Tera Raid Battle Event has been announced for Pokémon Scarlet and Violet. It's all about Tandemaus, the couple Pokémon, keeping to the Valentine's Day theme.

As the 2023 Pokémon OCG schedule unfolds, two cards from the upcoming Triplet Beat set—Nymble and Lokix—have been revealed.

A trainer was surprised to discover that a 20-year-old mural they painted on a wall in their hometown has become one of the coolest and most stylish PokéStops.

The Scarlet and Violet Tandemaus Tera Raid has begun.

For a while, we've known that the Tandemaus Tera Raid Battle Event, which coincides with Valentine's Day, is coming to an end, but now it's here, and it's packed with all kinds of incredible rewards, all of which are sandwich ingredients that tie into the special romantic day.

Apples, Bananas, Kiwis, and Strawberries will be dropped by clearing one. They'll also drop Butter, Cream Cheese, Whipped Cream, and Yogurt, as well, giving players even more reasons to indulge in something new.

OCG cards for Nymble and Lokix have been revealed.

The first two cards from PokéBeach have begun revealing the stunning cards that will be released in the Triplet Beat in Japan on March 10 and the rest of the world in June. Nymble and Lokix are the first of the batch, and their designs are stunning.

Nymble is a Grass-type Pokemon, meaning it is weak against Fire-type Pokemon. It has 50 HP and the Thrust Kick ability, which deals 30 damage or nothing depending on whether a coin lands on heads or rails.

Lokix, its evolved form, packs a punch more than Nymble. It has 120 HP and two moves—Assault Kick, which deals 30 damage or 100 if it just evolved from Nymble, and Speed Attack, which deals 70 damage.

After seeing a 20-year-old mural become Pokéstop, Pokémon Go trainers are surprised.

A Pokémon Go instructor who happened to be a talented painter 20 years ago was surprised to discover that the mural in their hometown still exists, and that it has become a Pokéstop. It's called 'La Grange Alley Art,' and it's located in La Grange, Illinois.

Other instructors thought it made for an incredible tale. They encouraged the Pokémon-loving artist to copy the description of the PokéStop and add their name, if it were to last another 20 years.