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Professor Willow Go to Pokemon TCG!

Professor Willow
Professor Willow is ready to GO to the Pokemon TCG!

Earlier this year, it was announced that the Pokemon TCG will be seeing a card based on Professor Willow. This was in celebration of Pokemon GO’s fifth anniversary. There was no details at first on what this card will do or how it will be distributed.

Now details on the card and distribution has been revealed!

Professor Willow will be featured as a future Professor’s Research card. Essentially, it will be a D Block reprint of Professor’s Research from Sword & Shield. When you play this card then you will discard your hand and draw seven cards.

This will the the third time this card has been printed. When it was first release in Sword & Shield base, it featured art of Professor Magnolia. It was later reprinted in Shining Fates featuring Professor Juniper.


There will be a few ways for you to get this card. You can either get this card from Pokemon Center website or from tasks in Pokemon GO and Pokemon Leagues.

If you wish to get this card now then all you will have to do is purchase Pokemon GO merchandise from the Pokemon Center website in the United States or Canada. This card will be available from Pokemon Center while supplies last. Currently you can purchase a Pokemon GO Fest Shirt 2021 shirt by clicking here.

If you rather wait then you can expect to see Professor’s Research (Professor Willow) to be given out at Pokemon Leagues and Pokemon GO. Players will be able to complete tasks in Pokemon GO and Pokemon League to receive a Professor’s Research featuring Professor Willow.

Currently Pokemon Leagues are on pause due to the COVID situation.

It has been confirmed that you can get this card in the following countries: Japan, Korea, Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, South America and Brazil.

Hopefully you can go out and catch Professor Willow at a TCG near you!

Source: PokeGuardian

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