Every year, usually after Worlds, Pokemon rotates out an amount of sets to keep the game from going stale, making it more accessible to newer players, and of course to make more money off of the newer sets. The tradition used to be to rotate four sets every year, but this has been shaken up quite a bit the last few seasons. Last year we had a midseason rotation to keep the game from turning into a donkfest. Because of the inconsistency lately, we do not know for sure, but there seem to be three most likely options. Which of these do you think is most likely to happen? Black & White on - Perceived by many as the "cleanest" option. It gives us the format the Japanese currently play under, and it clears up all the confusion on the rulings and errata's concerning Trainer-Items, Supporters, Stadiums, etc, as well as Poke-Powers, Poke-Bodies and Abilities. It also gets rid of every card involving the Lost Zone in some way, including Lost Remover. This card has recently been reprinted as Enhanced Hammer, which could indicate they want to keep that effect in the game, but not the Lost Zone mechanic. Call of Legends on - The very disappointing Call of Legends set is actually a block on its own, and rotations tend to go in blocks. It contains quite a lot of reprints, including some very interesting consistency cards such as Professor Oak's New Theory, Sage's Training and Roast Reveal Ninetales. No rotation - The above rotations would give us only 5 or 6 sets to work with at the start of the season, about as much as we had available during Nationals and Worlds in this one (the midseason rotation cut out 7 sets). It can be argued that a bigger cardpool is good for the format. However, keep in mind that we'll get more sets as the season goes on. Next Destinies on - What vaporeon thinks.