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*The name "Destiny" is used as the set title in reference to the Light and Dark Pokémon, in that a Pokémon's destiny is determined by how they are treated by their {{pkmn|Trainer}}.
 
*The name "Destiny" is used as the set title in reference to the Light and Dark Pokémon, in that a Pokémon's destiny is determined by how they are treated by their {{pkmn|Trainer}}.
 
*This set completes the transition of all the {{TCG|Unown}} to card form, with the exception of Unown R. Like {{TCG ID|Wizards Promo|Unown J|38}}, Unown R was a Promotional card in Japan, but was not translated by Wizards. An English Unown R did not appear until {{TCG|EX Unseen Forces}}.
 
*This set completes the transition of all the {{TCG|Unown}} to card form, with the exception of Unown R. Like {{TCG ID|Wizards Promo|Unown J|38}}, Unown R was a Promotional card in Japan, but was not translated by Wizards. An English Unown R did not appear until {{TCG|EX Unseen Forces}}.
*{{TCG|Shining Pokémon}} once again featured in this set - 8 as opposed to 2 in {{TCG|Neo Revelation}}. Unlike their predecessors, these cards got a rather interesting foil treatment; the backgrounds remained non-holographic while the Pokémon themselves were given a metallic look.
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*{{TCG|Shining Pokémon}} once again featured in this set - 8 as opposed to 2 in {{TCG|Neo Revelation}}. Unlike their predecessors, these cards got a unique foil treatment; the backgrounds remained non-holographic while the Pokémon themselves were given a metallic look.
 
*Each of the shining Pokémon released in this set is of a different {{TCG|Elemental types|type}}; the only one not represented is {{TCG|Water}}, which is represented by the two shining Pokémon released in the previous set.
 
*Each of the shining Pokémon released in this set is of a different {{TCG|Elemental types|type}}; the only one not represented is {{TCG|Water}}, which is represented by the two shining Pokémon released in the previous set.
 
*Neo Destiny was also the last set that [[Wizards of the Coast]] made that featured the {{TCG|1st Edition}} symbol. The use of the symbol was eliminated due to the fact that sometimes the 1st Edition run would be released after the unlimited run (thus defeating the purpose), and the secondary market wasn't affected by them any longer.
 
*Neo Destiny was also the last set that [[Wizards of the Coast]] made that featured the {{TCG|1st Edition}} symbol. The use of the symbol was eliminated due to the fact that sometimes the 1st Edition run would be released after the unlimited run (thus defeating the purpose), and the secondary market wasn't affected by them any longer.

Revision as of 06:27, 21 April 2011

← Neo Revelation
TCG expansions
Legendary Collection →
Neo Destiny
闇、そして光へ...
SetSymbolNeo Destiny.png
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Cards in set English: 113
Japanese: 113
Set number English: 11
Japanese: 10
Release date English: February 28, 2002
Japanese: March 9, 2001
Theme Decks Dark (FirePsychic)
Light (WaterFighting)
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Neo Destiny (Japanese: 闇、そして光へ... Darkness, and to Light...) is an Expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is the fourth and final expansion in the "Neo" series of cards, and much like the fourth expansion in the previous generation's main series, features corrupted Pokémon. This time, however, a counterpart appears.

Set size

  • Both the English and Japanese Expansion contain 113 cards.

Sequence

  • 11th English Expansion
  • 10th Japanese Expansion

Release date

  • 9th March 2001 - Japanese Expansion
  • 28th February 2002 - English Expansion

Theme decks

Card list

English expansion

No. Card Name Type Level Rarity
1 Dark Ampharos Lightning 36 Rare Holo
2 Dark Crobat Grass 39 Rare Holo
3 Dark Donphan Fighting 29 Rare Holo
4 Dark Espeon Psychic 32 Rare Holo
5 Dark Feraligatr Water 44 Rare Holo
6 Dark Gengar Psychic 32 Rare Holo
7 Dark Houndoom Fire 32 Rare Holo
8 Dark Porygon2 Colorless 28 Rare Holo
9 Dark Scizor Metal 35 Rare Holo
10 Dark Typhlosion Fire 45 Rare Holo
11 Dark Tyranitar Fighting 47 Rare Holo
12 Light Arcanine Fire 47 Rare Holo
13 Light Azumarill Water 37 Rare Holo
14 Light Dragonite Colorless 47 Rare Holo
15 Light Togetic Colorless 32 Rare Holo
16 Miracle Energy E - Rare Holo
17 Dark Ariados Grass 28 Rare
18 Dark Magcargo Fire 36 Rare
19 Dark Omastar Water 33 Rare
20 Dark Slowking Psychic 27 Rare
21 Dark Ursaring Colorless 28 Rare
22 Light Dragonair Colorless 35 Rare
23 Light Lanturn Lightning 33 Rare
24 Light Ledian Grass 37 Rare
25 Light Machamp Fighting 65 Rare
26 Light Piloswine Water 43 Rare
27 Unown G Psychic 16 Rare
28 Unown H Psychic 16 Rare
29 Unown W Psychic 16 Rare
30 Unown X Psychic 22 Rare
31 Chansey Colorless 38 Uncommon
32 Dark Croconaw Water 28 Uncommon
33 Dark Exeggutor Psychic 25 Uncommon
34 Dark Flaaffy Lightning 25 Uncommon
35 Dark Forretress Grass 30 Uncommon
36 Dark Haunter Psychic 18 Uncommon
37 Dark Omanyte Water 18 Uncommon
38 Dark Pupitar Fighting 26 Uncommon
39 Dark Quilava Fire 27 Uncommon
40 Dark Wigglytuff Colorless 24 Uncommon
41 Heracross Grass 27 Uncommon
42 Hitmonlee Fighting 31 Uncommon
43 Houndour Darkness 16 Uncommon
44 Jigglypuff Colorless 11 Uncommon
45 Light Dewgong Water 40 Uncommon
46 Light Flareon Fire 37 Uncommon
47 Light Golduck Water 36 Uncommon
48 Light Jolteon Lightning 31 Uncommon
49 Light Machoke Fighting 37 Uncommon
50 Light Ninetales Fire 39 Uncommon
51 Light Slowbro Psychic 33 Uncommon
52 Light Vaporeon Water 41 Uncommon
53 Light Venomoth Grass 36 Uncommon
54 Light Wigglytuff Colorless 33 Uncommon
55 Scyther Grass 21 Uncommon
56 Togepi Colorless 14 Uncommon
57 Unown C Psychic 11 Uncommon
58 Unown P Psychic 13 Uncommon
59 Unown Q Psychic 12 Uncommon
60 Unown Z Psychic 9 Uncommon
61 Cyndaquil Fire 15 Common
62 Dark Octillery Water 30 Common
63 Dratini Colorless 14 Common
64 Exeggcute Psychic 12 Common
65 Gastly Psychic 12 Common
66 Girafarig Colorless 29 Common
67 Gligar Fighting 26 Common
68 Growlithe Fire 14 Common
69 Hitmonchan Fighting 31 Common
70 Larvitar Fighting 12 Common
71 Ledyba Grass 18 Common
72 Light Sunflora Grass 42 Common
73 Machop Fighting 16 Common
74 Mantine Water 33 Common
75 Mareep Lightning 16 Common
76 Phanpy Fighting 14 Common
77 Pineco Grass 13 Common
78 Porygon Colorless 24 Common
79 Psyduck Water 14 Common
80 Remoraid Water 16 Common
81 Seel Water 11 Common
82 Slugma Fire 28 Common
83 Sunkern Grass 14 Common
84 Swinub Water 13 Common
85 Totodile Water 18 Common
86 Unown L Psychic 19 Common
87 Unown S Psychic 19 Common
88 Unown T Psychic 12 Common
89 Unown V Psychic 10 Common
90 Venonat Grass 11 Common
91 Vulpix Fire 15 Common
92 Broken Ground Gym T - Rare
93 EXP.ALL T - Rare
94 Impostor Professor Oak's Invention T - Rare
95 Radio Tower T - Rare
96 Thought Wave Machine T - Rare
97 Counterattack Claws T - Uncommon
98 Energy Amplifier T - Uncommon
99 Energy Stadium T - Uncommon
100 Lucky Stadium T - Uncommon
101 Magnifier T - Uncommon
102 Pokémon Personality Test T - Uncommon
103 Team Rocket's Evil Deeds T - Uncommon
104 Heal Powder T - Common
105 Mail from Bill T - Common
106 Shining Celebi Grass 18 SuperRare Holo
107 Shining Charizard Fire 61 SuperRare Holo
108 Shining Kabutops Fighting 40 SuperRare Holo
109 Shining Mewtwo Psychic 63 SuperRare Holo
110 Shining Noctowl Colorless 24 SuperRare Holo
111 Shining Raichu Lightning 30 SuperRare Holo
112 Shining Steelix Metal 53 SuperRare Holo
113 Shining Tyranitar Darkness 41 SuperRare Holo

Japanese expansion

No. Card Name Type Level Rarity
-- Dark Ampharos Lightning 36 Rare Holo
-- Dark Crobat Grass 39 Rare Holo
-- Dark Donphan Fighting 29 Rare Holo
-- Dark Espeon Psychic 32 Rare Holo
-- Dark Feraligatr Water 44 Rare Holo
-- Dark Gengar Psychic 32 Rare Holo
-- Dark Houndoom Darkness 32 Rare Holo
-- Dark Porygon2 Colorless 28 Rare Holo
-- Dark Scizor Metal 35 Rare Holo
-- Dark Typhlosion Fire 45 Rare Holo
-- Dark Tyranitar Fighting 47 Rare Holo
-- Light Arcanine Fire 47 Rare Holo
-- Light Azumarill Water 37 Rare Holo
-- Light Dragonite Colorless 47 Rare Holo
-- Light Togetic Colorless 32 Rare Holo
-- Shining Celebi Grass 18 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Charizard Fire 61 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Kabutops Fighting 40 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Mewtwo Psychic 63 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Noctowl Colorless 24 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Raichu Lightning 30 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Steelix Metal 53 SuperRare Holo
-- Shining Tyranitar Darkness 41 SuperRare Holo
-- Dark Ariados Grass 28 Rare
-- Dark Magcargo Fire 36 Rare
-- Dark Omastar Water 33 Rare
-- Dark Slowking Psychic 27 Rare
-- Dark Ursaring Colorless 28 Rare
-- Light Dragonair Colorless 35 Rare
-- Light Lanturn Lightning 33 Rare
-- Light Ledian Grass 37 Rare
-- Light Machamp Fighting 65 Rare
-- Light Piloswine Water 43 Rare
-- Unown G Psychic 16 Rare
-- Unown H Psychic 16 Rare
-- Unown W Psychic 16 Rare
-- Unown X Psychic 22 Rare
-- Chansey Colorless 38 Uncommon
-- Dark Croconaw Water 28 Uncommon
-- Dark Exeggutor Grass 25 Uncommon
-- Dark Flaaffy Lightning 25 Uncommon
-- Dark Forretress Metal 30 Uncommon
-- Dark Haunter Psychic 18 Uncommon
-- Dark Omanyte Water 18 Uncommon
-- Dark Pupitar Fighting 26 Uncommon
-- Dark Quilava Fire 27 Uncommon
-- Dark Wigglytuff Colorless 24 Uncommon
-- Heracross Grass 27 Uncommon
-- Hitmonlee Fighting 31 Uncommon
-- Houndour Darkness 16 Uncommon
-- Jigglypuff Colorless 11 Uncommon
-- Light Dewgong Water 40 Uncommon
-- Light Flareon Fire 37 Uncommon
-- Light Golduck Water 36 Uncommon
-- Light Jolteon Lightning 31 Uncommon
-- Light Machoke Fighting 37 Uncommon
-- Light Ninetales Fire 39 Uncommon
-- Light Slowbro Psychic 33 Uncommon
-- Light Vaporeon Water 41 Uncommon
-- Light Venomoth Grass 36 Uncommon
-- Light Wigglytuff Colorless 33 Uncommon
-- Scyther Grass 21 Uncommon
-- Togepi Colorless 14 Uncommon
-- Unown C Psychic 11 Uncommon
-- Unown P Psychic 13 Uncommon
-- Unown Q Psychic 12 Uncommon
-- Unown Z Psychic 9 Uncommon
-- Cyndaquil Fire 15 Common
-- Dark Octillery Water 30 Common
-- Dratini Colorless 14 Common
-- Exeggcute Grass 12 Common
-- Gastly Psychic 12 Common
-- Girafarig Colorless 29 Common
-- Gligar Fighting 26 Common
-- Growlithe Fire 14 Common
-- Hitmonchan Fighting 31 Common
-- Larvitar Fighting 12 Common
-- Ledyba Grass 18 Common
-- Light Sunflora Grass 42 Common
-- Machop Fighting 16 Common
-- Mantine Water 33 Common
-- Mareep Lightning 16 Common
-- Phanpy Fighting 14 Common
-- Pineco Grass 13 Common
-- Porygon Colorless 24 Common
-- Psyduck Water 14 Common
-- Remoraid Water 16 Common
-- Seel Water 11 Common
-- Slugma Fire 28 Common
-- Sunkern Grass 14 Common
-- Swinub Water 13 Common
-- Totodile Water 18 Common
-- Unown L Psychic 19 Common
-- Unown S Psychic 19 Common
-- Unown T Psychic 12 Common
-- Unown V Psychic 10 Common
-- Venonat Grass 11 Common
-- Vulpix Fire 15 Common
-- Broken Ground Gym T - Rare
-- EXP. ALL T - Rare
-- Impostor Oak's Invention T - Rare
-- Radio Tower T - Rare
-- Thought Wave Machine T - Rare
-- Counterattack Claws T - Uncommon
-- Energy Amplifier T - Uncommon
-- Energy Stadium T - Uncommon
-- Lucky Stadium T - Uncommon
-- Magnifier T - Uncommon
-- Pokémon Personality Test T - Uncommon
-- Team Rocket's Evil Deeds T - Uncommon
-- Heal Powder T - Common
-- Mail from Bill T - Common
-- Miracle Energy E - Rare Holo

Trivia

  • This is one of only two expansions to feature the exact same cards in both English and Japanese editions, when Wizards of the Coast's non-holo versions of holo cards are not counted. The other was the Base Set.
  • This was the first (and only) set to feature Light Pokémon. Light Pokémon are similar to the Dark Pokémon introduced earlier in Team Rocket.
  • The name "Destiny" is used as the set title in reference to the Light and Dark Pokémon, in that a Pokémon's destiny is determined by how they are treated by their Trainer.
  • This set completes the transition of all the Unown to card form, with the exception of Unown R. Like Unown J, Unown R was a Promotional card in Japan, but was not translated by Wizards. An English Unown R did not appear until EX Unseen Forces.
  • Shining Pokémon once again featured in this set - 8 as opposed to 2 in Neo Revelation. Unlike their predecessors, these cards got a unique foil treatment; the backgrounds remained non-holographic while the Pokémon themselves were given a metallic look.
  • Each of the shining Pokémon released in this set is of a different type; the only one not represented is Water, which is represented by the two shining Pokémon released in the previous set.
  • Neo Destiny was also the last set that Wizards of the Coast made that featured the 1st Edition symbol. The use of the symbol was eliminated due to the fact that sometimes the 1st Edition run would be released after the unlimited run (thus defeating the purpose), and the secondary market wasn't affected by them any longer.
  • No Darkness-type Pokémon are released as Dark Pokémon. Pokémon that appear as dual-typed Template:Type2 Pokémon in the games are given the TCG type corresponding to their other type as Dark Pokémon, with the examples of Dark Houndoom, a Fire-type, and Dark Tyranitar, which is Fighting-type, while single-type Dark Pokémon (at the time there was only Umbreon) do not feature as Dark Pokémon. This "rule" was later completely reversed in the EX series, where most Dark Pokémon are dual-typed with their normal type.
  • Much like the Team Rocket expansion, only the Template:Type2 and Template:Type2 starter Pokémon of the generation became Dark Pokémon. Unlike what was the case with Ivysaur and Venusaur, which later received Dark variants as promo cards, there has never been a Dark Bayleef or Dark Meganium.

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