So really... what is Flight of the Legends? Here
are the facts:
Set Size: 114 in Japan, ??? in the
In Japan, there were 52 cards in the three 30-card Mini
Decks, and 82 cards in the main set. 20 of the cards in the
Mini decks appeared in the main set, meaning that there were
114 unique cards in the set. Expect the English release to
be 114 as well, give or take a few cards that Nintendo wants
to add in.
Set Order: 24th set in Japan,
21st set in the US
Release Date: April 9th, 2004 in
Japan, September 2004 in the US.
It was revealed on the Pokémon USA, Inc.
Premier Tournament Organizer website that there are going to
be two Prerelease tournaments; one in June and one in
September. I can only assume the September one will be for
This set goes old skool; since the recently released
Pokémon Game Boy Advance adventures, Fire Red and
Leaf Green, went back to Kanto, so does this set. It's as if
it was released when the game first came out... there are no
Darkness or Metal Pokemon, no duel-types, and no Johto/Hoenn
Interestingly enough, this set is the first block of
cards that DIDN'T have a card redesign. These cards use the
same "ADV" design as the previous sets, unlike how ADV card
looked different than Card-E cards, and so forth and so on.
GOOD. It's about time they chose one design. and stuck with
Another first with this set is with the mini-decks.
Previous mini-decks were fixed; you KNEW what you were
getting when you buy one and open it up. With this set
however, you only know that you were getting either a
Venusaur/Charizard/Blastoise ex and their appropriate
pre-evolutions. The rest of the deck was totally random.
Meaning if you bought two Charizard ex Mini-decks, the two
decks would be totally different, except for the Chairzard
Symbol: The symbol for Flight of the Legends is....