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- Sep 8, 2006
It's been awhile since the first Tamer's Evolution Box.
The first was a set filled with accessories and parallel cards themed after Adventure/: featuring the main hero Digimon from each season. The new second set it themed after all the anime currently represented in the card game.
Everything features new artwork.
First up, the accessories themselves.
We start with a rubber playmat featuring each Digimon in a high level form, generally what would be considered the final 'standard' form from the anime.
Then there is a card storage box, which features the Digimon in the standard form theya re seen in throughout the anime. Sprite versions of the Digimon decorate the box elsewhere.
5 Digiegg sleeves feature the lead Digimon from Adventure, 02, and Tamers in their Baby 2 forms, while their adult forms can be seen behind them on a billboard.
The 50 main deck sleeves feature the same character art that was on the box.
A memory gauge featuring the higher level Digimon art from the mat. It also includes a memory marker that looks to be themed after the brand themeing of the Digimon Card Game itself.
A seperator case featuring the game logo and the higher level artwork is also included.
And last up, some cards!
8 parallel cards are included. The first 7 are the main Digimon from the seasons, with their 'final' standard form behind them, plus Wormmon! The final card is a parallel of an option card from EX1.
Tamer's Evolution Box 2 will go to pre-order a bit under 2 hours from the time of this post at Premium Bandai. It costs 7,700 yen and ships in January. Pre-orders close on October 14th.
The last Tamer's Evolution Box got a US release through Premium Bandai US, so hopefully that happens here, so it may be worth waiting a bit to see.
Really nice collection that covers most of the Digimon anime up to this point.
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