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This entry is for SATURDAY MARCH 9TH at 11:30 AM. There is another Prerelease on Thursday, March 13th at 5:30 PM.

The ranks of Ancient and Future Pokémon continue to grow! Walking Wake ex breaks free of the past alongside Raging Bolt ex, while Iron Leaves ex delivers high-tech justice with Iron Crown ex. Outside Area Zero, Wugtrio and Farigiraf shift types as Tera Pokémon ex, and Pokémon Trainers everywhere prepare for the return of ACE SPEC cards with uniquely powerful effects. A rupture in time brings wild beasts and cyber visions to battle in the Pokémon TCG: Scarlet & Violet—Temporal Forces expansion!

  • Over 160 cards
  • ACE SPEC cards return: 6 Trainer cards and 1 Special Energy
  • More new Ancient and Future Pokémon
  • More than a dozen brand-new Pokémon ex, including type-shifted Tera Pokémon ex
  • Dozens of Pokémon and Trainer cards with special illustrations

Prereleases are run best of 1, with three 35 minute rounds.

Q: How do I preregister for the Prerelease?

A: You can purchase as many entries as you would like here! This entry is for Saturday, March 9th.

To be pre-entered into TOM, please also fill out the preregistration form with your name, birthday, and trainer ID. Click here to fill out the form.

    Q: Can The Guild help me pay my registration fee?

    A: If you're a Delight League member who regularly attends league days, The Guild can handle your registration fee if you are under the age of 18 and have financial need. Get in touch with your Professor BEFORE the day of the Prerelease to arrange for this coverage. The Guild in the Grove wants to ensure that no one is excluded because of financial ability. 

    Q: Are decklists required?

    A: No, this is a sealed event.

    Due to the competitive element in tournaments, we recommend that parents discuss issues of winning and losing, pressures of competition, and good sportsmanship with their children. It is important to be a good sport—win or lose. Delight believes that children should have fun in the process of competing, regardless of the outcome. It is, after all, just a game.

    It is very important that players listen to Organizers and judges when they explain how to play in the event. These Professors will outline important points, such as how to report the match results and how to ask for a ruling, at the beginning of the tournament. Players should understand that, even if they are familiar with this information, they need to listen and avoid being disruptive. Talking or other disruptive behavior during the delivery of these instructions is impolite. All players should have the same opportunity to learn and understand the rules of play prior to an event.