Seth’s Games and Anime Spring Sale

Seth’s Games and Anime April Sale!!!

Board Games-
All Previously Owned Games – 20% Off

Card Games-
Card Singles 15% Off
My Little Pony, L5R, & Buddyfight – Buy 1 get 1 Free

Dollar Books (Marvel/DC) – 50cents each / Dollar Books (Other) – 10cents each

Console Games-
Games – Buy 1 Get 1 50% Off / UMD’s – 80% Off

Shirts – 16.00

Graphic Novels-
Manga – Attack on Titan, Bleach, DragonBall, Log Horizon, Naruto, One Punch Man, Sword Art – 10% off
Graphic Novels & Manga- Buy 2 Get 1 Free

Non Anime Movies -80% Off

Role Playing Games-
RPG- Buy 2 Get 1 free

All Toys & Statues – Buy 2 get 1 Free

Weekend events – Magic, Pokemon and Midnight Madness!

Midnight Madness/Super Bowl Sunday Sale Updated

Sunday: Noon – 10 PM
Monday: Noon – 7 PM

All items in store will be discounted

10% Off-
New comics, Supplies, Card Packs, Anime, Dvd’s, Systems, Ralph’s Vintage Back Issues

20% Off
Board Games, RPG Games, Heroclix, Console Games, Toys, Statues, Posters, Graphic novels, Manga, card Singles

60% Off
all Seth’s Back Issues

Every $20 spent also gets a giveaway ticket for a chance to win a $100 shopping spree.

Tickets only given out during the Midnight Madness sales!

Magic the Gathering: Born of the Gods: Jan31 – Feb2 Pre Release – $25.00 Entry

Sunday Febuary 2nd
Event #5 – 12:00 Noon
Event #6 – 5:00 PM

If we can get over 30 players first place is getting a box, second half a box. Hope we can see you guys tomorrow,/today.

Pokemon Battle Road Spring 2013

Seth’s Games and Anime

  • 1:00pm until 6:00pm

Order tickets via Eventbrite:

Pokemon Battle Road Spring

Test your deck and skills against other trainers in competition!


Pre-registration ends the day before at 6pm!

Pre-registration ticket requires a valid PlayerID. If you don’t have a PlayerID or don’t know what it is, don’t make one up or guess; your ticket will be canceled! You can try to get a PlayerID online using these instructions, but if that doesn’t work, come to the event and get one on site instead of pre-registering!

See for more detail on prizes and activities at the event!

Random goodness giveaways – packs, Pokemon items every round
PokeGym dice raffle – fill out your decklist at, 3 random winners!
Video Game league – between rounds for Battle Road TCG players only – prizes: game case(s) and pack(s) to the winner(s) – put your team in the Battle Box and compete using modified format/VGC rules

Pokemon Video Game Format for May 3rd Pre Release


May 3rd @ 6:00 P.M. Pokemon Pre Release Side Event

Video Game Format

Please note that the official VGC rules at regionals require you to use Black 2 or White 2 exclusively.


Pokémon Organized Play supports several tournament formats for sanctioned play of the Pokémon video games. This document covers each of the approved formats and their variations. Tournaments that do not use one of the formats described here may not be sanctioned.

5. Standard Format Style

All sanctioned Pokémon video game tournaments require players to assemble a team of Pokémon, with items, prior to the start of the event. The standard format style for all PLAY! Pokémon tournaments is Double Battle.

5.1. Double Battle

In Double Battles, each player selects four Pokémon from his or her party of six to battle with. At the start of the battle, players send out the first two Pokémon in their party, making a total of four Pokémon on the battlefield. Game play continues until a player knocks out all four of his or her opponent’s Pokémon.

6. Standard Team Construction Rules

When building a team for a PLAY! Pokémon tournament, all players must adhere to these standard construction rules.

  • Only Pokémon Black Version 2 and Pokémon White Version 2 Game Cards are permitted for use.
  • A player’s team cannot contain two Pokémon with the same Pokédex number
  • Each Pokémon on a player’s team can hold an item, though no two Pokémon may hold the same item
  • A player’s team cannot contain two Pokémon with the same nickname
  • A player’s team cannot contain a Pokémon nicknamed with the name of another Pokémon (for example, an Unfezant named “Pidove”)
  • Pokémon may only use moves that have been learned through one of the following methods:
    • By leveling up
    • By TM or HM
    • As an Egg move, through breeding
    • From a character in the game
    • A move already known by a Pokémon received at an official Pokémon event or promotion

7. Sanctioned Format

Pokémon Organized Play supports one format for sanctioned play: Modified. Sanctioned events are listed on the POP website, and the results are reported to POP after the event concludes.

7.1. Modified Format

The Modified format is the standard tournament format for PLAY! Pokémon video game events. This format will be used at all premier events unless specified otherwise. The Modified format for the 2011–2012 season will use the following restrictions:

  • Players may use Pokémon from the National Pokédex, from No. 001–646, that are caught in the game, transferred from a previous Pokémon title, or received at an official event or distribution
  • The following Pokémon may not be on a player’s team:
    • 150 – Mewtwo
    • 151 – Mew
    • 249 – Lugia
    • 250 – Ho‐Oh
    • 251 – Celebi
    • 382 – Kyogre
    • 383 – Groudon
    • 384 – Rayquaza
    • 385 – Jirachi
    • 386 – Deoxys
    • 483 – Dialga
    • 484 – Palkia
    • 487 – Giratina
    • 489 – Phione
    • 490 – Manaphy
    • 491 – Darkrai
    • 492 – Shaymin
    • 493 – Arceus
    • 494 – Victini
    • 643 – Reshiram
    • 644 – Zekrom
    • 646 – Kyurem
    • 647 — Keldeo
    • 648 — Meloetta
    • 649 — Genesect
  • Pokémon must be placed in the Battle Box.
  • Pokémon above level 50 are permitted, but they are auto‐leveled down to 50 for the duration of battle.
  • Players may use Pokémon with Hidden Abilities that have been officially released via Pokémon Black Version and Pokémon White Version, the Pokémon Global Link, or an official event or promotion.
  • Pokémon may not know the moves Sky Drop or Dark Void.
  • The Wonder Launcher cannot be used during battle.

Rev: January 4th, 2013

This page is extracted from – Pokemon Official Tournament Formats:

The above linked page are the official rules and any discrepancies on this page will be resolved by using the information from the official page. If you find any material differences between this page and that document, please contact me immediately.


Pokemon X and Y new Type is

The new type might be Fairy. t comes from the source that leaked the Black and White Pokedex, and that was correct on his part.

• Xerneas is said to be Fairy Type.

• Sylveon is also said to have the new Fairy typing.

• Yveltal gets Dark/Flying typing.

Clefairy, Clefable, Jigglypuff, Wigglytuff, Audino, Chansey, Blissey, Snubbull, Granbull, Plusle, and Minun will be the only one’s that will be retyped to Fairy, with Plusle/Minun being Fairy/Electric, and Snubbull/Granbull being Normal/Fairy. This might just happen.

Plasma Freeze Pre Release


6:00 pm Friday May 3rd

Sign up early on


Plasma Freeze Pre-release Celebration – play the new set before its available in stores!




  • Seth’s Games and Anime, 2379 E. Main Street,Ventura, CA 93030
  • ONE seating, register in-person EVENING 5:45-6:30pm
  • Event concludes 3 hours from start of registration.
  • Pay $30 & get 6 packs to make a 40 card deck, play 3 rounds, keep your cards, get 2 more packs and, while supplies last, a promo card and deck box.


  • Random Goodness door prizes – packs of Plasma Storm!
  • Between Rounds Video Game League with Prizes for TCG competitors
  • Support the store Raffle (Spend $5 and get a ticket for a raffle 6 packs of Plasma Storm)


  • Detail - of all the fun on our website
  • Pre-register - optional guaranteed seat or pre-pay registration at
  • Social - event on Facebook
  • Discuss – at PokeGym.Net
  • Official – listing at EVENING
  • Follow – updates on Twitter (events2cg)

Pokemon X Y 2nd Mew Clone ?!?!?!?!?

Mewtree?!?!?!? New POKEMON

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Junichi Masuda revealed a new Pokemon, a supposed second Mew clone, soon to be capture able in Pokemon X and Y. But now they are saying it resembles Mewtwo a lot, thats all. So is this Mewthree? Is this a Stage 1 of Mew? We have to wait till April 18th to find out.