This page details the Single Strike, Rapid Strike and Fusion Strike cards in Brilliant Stars.
The Brilliant Stars expansion set, was released on February 25th 2022. The set continued the new Single Strike, Rapid Strike and Fusion Strike mechanics. Single and Rapid Strike were introduced in March 2021 with the release of Battle Styles and Fusion Strike was introduced with the Fusion Strike expansion in November 2021.
Strike Single strike cards in Brilliant Stars are distinguished by a red Single Strike label at the top of the card. These cards are all about strength and power and allow the player to make a single, powerful attack which may be strong enough to knock out your opponent.
Single Strike Cards in Brilliant Stars:
TG10/TG30 SS Houndoom with Grimsley
TG18/TG30 SS Urshifu V with Gloria ★H
TG19/TG30 SS Urshifu VMAX with Gloria ★H
TG22/TG30 SS Umbreon V with Karen ★H
TG23/TG30 SS Umbreon VMAX with Karen ★H
TG27/TG30 SS Mustard
TG28/TG30 SS Mustard
TG29/TG30 SS Urshifu VMAX
Rapid strike cards in Brilliant Stars have a blue label at the top of the card. Rapid strike cards focus on technique and precision with the ability to make multiple strikes and/or switching Pokémon during battle.
Brilliant Stars Rapid Strike Cards:
TG03/TG30 RS Octillery with Fisher ★H
TG14/TG30 RS Sylveon V with Valerie ★H
TG15/TG30 RS Sylveon VMAX with Valerie ★H
TG20/TG30 RS Urshifu V with Mustard ★H
TG21/TG30 RS Urshifu VMAX with Mustard ★H
TG30/TG30 RS Urshifu VMAX
Fusion Strike cards in Brilliant Stars have a pink/purple label at the top of the card. Fusion strike cards merge the powers of Single Strike and Rapid Strike styles.
Fusion Strike Cards in Brilliant Stars:
044/172 FS Eiscue ★