The Brilliant Stars expansion set contains a total of 216 cards – of those 14 are Secret Rare cards and 30 cards form a Trainer Gallery subset.
This article takes a look at the cards most likely to be the Brilliant Stars Chase Cards.
What are Chase Cards?
Chase cards are rare cards that have a 1/100 or less chance of being inside a booster pack. They are often one of the ultra rare or secret rare cards from an expansion set. If there is a full art Charizard in a set it is highly likely to be a Chase card but in sets without a Charizard card it is more a case of the cards that hold the most appeal due to their artwork, their rarity or their value.
Brilliant Stars has a total of 5 Charizard cards of which 2 feature in our top 5.
Our Top 5 Brilliant Stars Chase Cards
Top of the list is secret rainbow rare Charizard VMAX. Numbered 174/172 this card is the third rainbow Charizard and is sure to be highly collectible. It is currently selling for £260 prior to release on Ebay UK and $340 on Ebay.com.
Second on our list is the alternate art, secret rare Charizard V 154/172. The artwork for this card is stunning and features a close-up depiction of Charizard with Venusaur in the background. One week prior to release the card is selling on Ebay UK for around £200 and on Ebay.com for around $180.
Third place goes to the secret gold rare Arceus VSTAR card 184/172. Arceus is the set mascot for Brilliant stars and in popular demand. The week before set release it is available on Ebay UK for around £170 and on Ebay.com for $200.
Our fourth place spot goes to Arceus V alternate art, ultra rare card 166/172. This card features a brilliant Arceus high above the clouds. One week before set release it is selling on Ebay UK for £120 and Ebay.com for $125.
Our fifth spot goes to Umbreon VMAX from the Trainer Gallery sub set TG23/TG30. The artwork for this card shows Umbreon in VMAX form with trainer Karen . One week before set release this card is selling on Ebay UK for £95 and Ebay.com for $110.