The Pokemon Trading Card Game has frequently included special plans and exceptionally interesting cards to make each unique set similarly engaging, with the Pokemon Sun and Moon period presenting likewise local structures and their card forms. The Pokemon Company is no more unusual to making awesome portrayals for the Pokemon Trading Card Game, at times in any event, permitting fans to take part in challenges to flaunt their imaginative ability and have their manifestations deified in later sets. A model comes from the Illustrator Pikachu card, which was granted as an award for the Corocoro Comic Pokemon Card Game Illustration Contest held in 1998.After the arrival of Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, as standard, The Pokemon Company delivered sets themed around these Gen 7 games, with the first being Pokemon Sun and Moon - Ultra Prism. While Ultra Prism presented Ultra Beasts and the idea of Ultra Wormholes, similar to the games, a few fans saw a particular detail on one of the set's cards.
A Reddit client by the name of WeedleLover2006 shared a post featuring how the Pokemon card for Bastiodon from the Ultra Prism set had a Ultra Wormhole on top of a mountain behind the scenes. While this is plainly to make a fitting plan for the Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon sets, fans are seeing a foreshadowing of Pokemon Legends: Arceus in this image. This is on the grounds that Pokemon Legends: Arceus' space-time breaks were a major piece of the plot, and the enormous space-time crack that opened on top of Mount Coronet vigorously looks like the Ultra Wormhole on the card.
Thusly, it's conceivable that Pokemon Legends: Arceus was at that point in the pipeline when Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon sets were being planned, as the Ultra Prism set was delivered in December 2017. This wouldn't be an over the top astonishment, taking into account that Fuecoco's "presence" in Pokemon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon was subsequently found by fans, potentially alluding to Sprigatito's development through the female fundamental person.
Pokemon Legends: Arceus quickly became one of the most emphatically assessed Pokemon games in the establishment after its delivery, and it even got its own Pokemon Trading Card Game sets. As of late, a Pokemon fan flaunted a huge assortment of cards in their "living Dex," and keeping in mind that it did exclude the Bastiodon card perhaps foreshadowing Pokemon Legends: Arceus, it included Hisuian Pokemon from the game.