Call of Legends (TCG)

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Call of Legends SetSymbolCall of Legends.png
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Cards in set 106
Set number 47
Release date February 9, 2011
Theme Decks Recon (GrassFire)
Retort (FightingLightning)

Pokémon TCG: Call of Legends is the name given to the only main expansion of cards from the Call of Legends Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It does not have a main expansion as a Japanese equivalent.

Blurb

Joining of Powers, Battle of Forces, Call of Legends

Their names are legend: Raikou. Entei. Suicune. Lugia. Ho-Oh. Kyogre. Groudon. Rayquaza. Deoxys. Dialga. Palkia. And when Legendary Pokémon come together, only the greatest Trainers can control their might. In the Pokémon TCG: Call of Legends expansion, not only will you discover incredibly powerful Pokémon—including very rare "Shiny" versions of some of them—but you'll also find exciting new Lost Zone effects to expand your gameplay choices. The Legendary Pokémon have gathered—are you ready to answer the call?

Information

Call of Legends is the name given to the only main expansion of the Call of Legends Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It does not have a main expansion as a Japanese equivalent. It was released on February 9, 2011.

Call of Legends featured Legendary Pokémon that appeared as Pokémon LEGEND throughout the HeartGold & SoulSilver Series, they also received Shiny Secret prints that originated from the Japanese L-P Promotional cards.

Several cards from throughout the HeartGold & SoulSilver Series were reprinted with new English exclusive artwork. All Basic Energy cards were only included as Reverse Holofoil.

Additional cards
No. Image Card name Type Promotion
6/95   Groudon   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Non Holo Retort Theme Deck exclusive
8/95   Hitmontop   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Non Holo Retort Theme Deck exclusive
14/95   Lucario   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Cracked Ice Holo Retort Theme Deck exclusive
14/95   Lucario   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Non Holo Retort Theme Deck exclusive
16/95   Magmortar   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Non Holo Recon Theme Deck exclusive
17/95   Ninetales   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Non Holo Recon Theme Deck exclusive
33/95   Snorlax   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] "Call of Legends" stamp Prerelease promo
33/95   Snorlax   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Staff "Call of Legends" stamp Prerelease promo
34/95   Tangrowth   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Cracked Ice Holo Recon Theme Deck exclusive
88/95   Grass Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
89/95   Fire Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
90/95   Water Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
91/95   Lightning Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
92/95   Psychic Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
93/95   Fighting Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
94/95   Darkness Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
95/95   Metal Energy   E [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Crosshatch Holo 2011 Player Rewards (Tier 1)
 



Corrected error cards
No. Image Card name Type Promotion
66/95   Phanpy   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Phanpy was mispelled as Phanphy in Ultra-Thick Skin Poké-Body
 


Set list

Call of Legends
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
1/95   Clefable     Promotion
2/95   Deoxys     Promotion
3/95   Dialga     Promotion
4/95   Espeon     Promotion
5/95   Forretress     Promotion
6/95   Groudon     Promotion
7/95   Gyarados     Promotion
8/95   Hitmontop     Promotion
9/95   Ho-Oh     Promotion
10/95   Houndoom     Promotion
11/95   Jirachi     Promotion
12/95   Kyogre     Promotion
13/95   Leafeon     Promotion
14/95   Lucario     Promotion
15/95   Lugia     Promotion
16/95   Magmortar     Promotion
17/95   Ninetales     Promotion
18/95   Pachirisu     Promotion
19/95   Palkia     Promotion
20/95   Rayquaza     Promotion
21/95   Smeargle     Promotion
22/95   Umbreon     Promotion
23/95   Ampharos     Promotion
24/95   Cleffa     Promotion
25/95   Feraligatr     Promotion
26/95   Granbull     Promotion
27/95   Meganium     Promotion
28/95   Mismagius     Promotion
29/95   Mr. Mime     Promotion
30/95   Pidgeot     Promotion
31/95   Skarmory     Promotion
32/95   Slowking     Promotion
33/95   Snorlax     Promotion
34/95   Tangrowth     Promotion
35/95   Typhlosion     Promotion
36/95   Tyrogue     Promotion
37/95   Ursaring     Promotion
38/95   Weezing     Promotion
39/95   Zangoose     Promotion
40/95   Bayleef     Promotion
41/95   Croconaw     Promotion
42/95   Donphan     Promotion
43/95   Flaaffy     Promotion
44/95   Flareon     Promotion
45/95   Jolteon     Promotion
46/95   Magby     Promotion
47/95   Mime Jr.     Promotion
48/95   Pidgeotto     Promotion
49/95   Quilava     Promotion
50/95   Riolu     Promotion
51/95   Seviper     Promotion
52/95   Vaporeon     Promotion
53/95   Chikorita     Promotion
54/95   Clefairy     Promotion
55/95   Cyndaquil     Promotion
56/95   Eevee     Promotion
57/95   Hitmonchan     Promotion
58/95   Hitmonlee     Promotion
59/95   Houndour     Promotion
60/95   Koffing     Promotion
61/95   Magikarp     Promotion
62/95   Magmar     Promotion
63/95   Mareep     Promotion
64/95   Mawile     Promotion
65/95   Misdreavus     Promotion
66/95   Phanpy     Promotion
67/95   Pidgey     Promotion
68/95   Pineco     Promotion
69/95   Relicanth     Promotion
70/95   Slowpoke     Promotion
71/95   Snubbull     Promotion
72/95   Tangela     Promotion
73/95   Teddiursa     Promotion
74/95   Totodile     Promotion
75/95   Vulpix     Promotion
76/95   Cheerleader's Cheer Su   Promotion
77/95   Copycat Su   Promotion
78/95   Dual Ball T   Promotion
79/95   Interviewer's Questions Su   Promotion
80/95   Lost Remover T   Promotion
81/95   Lost World St   Promotion
82/95   Professor Elm's Training Method Su   Promotion
83/95   Professor Oak's New Theory Su   Promotion
84/95   Research Record T   Promotion
85/95   Sage's Training Su   Promotion
86/95   Darkness Energy   E   Promotion
87/95   Metal Energy   E   Promotion
88/95   Grass Energy   E   Promotion
89/95   Fire Energy   E   Promotion
90/95   Water Energy   E   Promotion
91/95   Lightning Energy   E   Promotion
92/95   Psychic Energy   E   Promotion
93/95   Fighting Energy   E   Promotion
94/95   Darkness Energy   E   Promotion
95/95   Metal Energy   E   Promotion
SL1   Deoxys     Promotion
SL2   Dialga     Promotion
SL3   Entei     Promotion
SL4   Groudon     Promotion
SL5   Ho-Oh     Promotion
SL6   Kyogre     Promotion
SL7   Lugia     Promotion
SL8   Palkia     Promotion
SL9   Raikou     Promotion
SL10   Rayquaza     Promotion
SL11   Suicune     Promotion
 


Languages this set is released in

The Call of Legends set is released in English, German, French, and Italian, with cards also available as Reverse Holos.

In other languages

Language Title
  French L'Appel des Légendes
  German Ruf der Legenden
  Italian Richiamo delle Leggende
  Brazilian Portuguese Chamado das Lendas
  Russian Зов Легенды Zov Legendy
  Spanish Llamada de las Leyendas *



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Pokémon Trading Card Game expansions and releases
Bold indicates a main expansion. Italics indicate a special set. Releases that are entirely composed of prints from other releases are small.
HeartGold & SoulSilver Series
HGSS Black Star Promos
HeartGold & SoulSilver: Growth ClashEmber SparkMind Flood
HS Trainer Kit
Unleashed: Chaos ControlSteel Sentinel
Undaunted: NightfallDaybreak
Triumphant: Royal GuardVerdant Frost
Call of Legends Series
Call of Legends: ReconRetort
LEGEND Era
L-P Promotional cards
HeartGold CollectionSoulSilver Collection: Random Basic Pack
Battle Starter DecksLeafeon vs Metagross Expert Deck
Reviving Legends: Steelix Constructed Standard DeckTyranitar Constructed Standard Deck
Lost LinkPikachu World 2010
Clash at the Summit