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金、銀、新世界へ...
SetSymbolNeo Genesis.png
Neo Genesis Logo EN.png
Cards in set English: 111
Japanese: 96
Set number English: 8
Japanese: 7
Release date English: December 16, 2000
Japanese: February 4, 2000
Theme Decks Hotfoot (GrassFire)
Cold Fusion (LightningWater)
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Pokémon: Neo Genesis (Japanese: 世界へ... Gold, Silver, to a New World...) is the name given to the first main expansion of cards from the Neo Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game (the neo Era in Japan). The set is the first to feature Generation II Pokémon in the card game.

Blurb

The Neo world order is here.

Here come over 60 all-new Pokémon from the Pokémon Gold™ and Pokémon Silver™ Game Boy® games! See if you can master two new Energy types and the Pokémon that go with 'em—Darkness Energy for extra power and Metal Energy for extra protection. Also, meet the Baby Pokémon! They evolve into Basic Pokémon and cause plenty of trouble.

The Pokémon®: Neo Genesis™ set introduces all-new Pokémon trading card game rules, so check out the website, <www.wizards.com/Pokemon>, to find out the latest! Or look for all-new Neo Genesis preconstructed theme decks with updated rules, coming out soon!

Information

Neo Genesis is the name given to the first main expansion of the Neo Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as Gold, Silver, to a New World..., the first expansion in the Pokémon Card Game neo Era. It is based on Pokémon Gold and Silver, featuring Generation II Pokémon. The English expansion was released on December 16, 2000, while the Japanese expansion was released on February 4, 2000.

Neo Genesis introduced the Darkness and Metal types, and Baby Pokémon. It also introduced the Pokémon Tool subclass of Trainer cards, cards that could be permanently attached to Pokémon in play (a reference to the held item mechanic introduced in Pokémon Gold and Silver Versions).

Neo Genesis also introduced an updated card design in which the Evolution box was changed to a circular design, HP was changed to black text instead of red, the Evolution Stage was displayed below the HP and the Weakness and Resistance have a background graphic.

Moo-Moo Milk features different illustration in the English release and the Japanese release. It originally depicts a Sentret suckling on a Miltank's udder, and was considered inappropriate for the primary audiences in the English release. It was changed to having several cans of Moomoo Milk in a barn with a Cleffa.

Corrected error cards
No. Image Card name Type Promotion
  Quilava   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Char attack description changed (4 lines of text instead of 5)
  Typhlosion   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Flame Burst's damage corrected to 60+
  Pichu   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Description changes 'electrical' (電気 (denki)) to 'electric shock' (でんげき (dengeki))
  Donphan   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] Flail's damage corrected to 10×
  Darkness Energy   [[Image:Rarity_.png|]] "Put 10 damage counters" corrected to "Put 1 damage counter" in description
 


Set lists

Neo Genesis
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
1/111   Ampharos     Promotion
2/111   Azumarill     Promotion
3/111   Bellossom     Promotion
4/111   Feraligatr     Promotion
5/111   Feraligatr     Promotion
6/111   Heracross     Promotion
7/111   Jumpluff     Promotion
8/111   Kingdra     Promotion
9/111   Lugia     Promotion
10/111   Meganium     Promotion
11/111   Meganium     Promotion
12/111   Pichu     Promotion
13/111   Skarmory     Promotion
14/111   Slowking     Promotion
15/111   Steelix     Promotion
16/111   Togetic     Promotion
17/111   Typhlosion     Promotion
18/111   Typhlosion     Promotion
19/111   Metal Energy   E   Promotion
20/111   Cleffa     Promotion
21/111   Donphan     Promotion
22/111   Elekid     Promotion
23/111   Magby     Promotion
24/111   Murkrow     Promotion
25/111   Sneasel     Promotion
26/111   Aipom     Promotion
27/111   Ariados     Promotion
28/111   Bayleef     Promotion
29/111   Bayleef     Promotion
30/111   Clefairy     Promotion
31/111   Croconaw     Promotion
32/111   Croconaw     Promotion
33/111   Electabuzz     Promotion
34/111   Flaaffy     Promotion
35/111   Furret     Promotion
36/111   Gloom     Promotion
37/111   Granbull     Promotion
38/111   Lanturn     Promotion
39/111   Ledian     Promotion
40/111   Magmar     Promotion
41/111   Miltank     Promotion
42/111   Noctowl     Promotion
43/111   Phanpy     Promotion
44/111   Piloswine     Promotion
45/111   Quagsire     Promotion
46/111   Quilava     Promotion
47/111   Quilava     Promotion
48/111   Seadra     Promotion
49/111   Skiploom     Promotion
50/111   Sunflora     Promotion
51/111   Togepi     Promotion
52/111   Xatu     Promotion
53/111   Chikorita     Promotion
54/111   Chikorita     Promotion
55/111   Chinchou     Promotion
56/111   Cyndaquil     Promotion
57/111   Cyndaquil     Promotion
58/111   Girafarig     Promotion
59/111   Gligar     Promotion
60/111   Hoothoot     Promotion
61/111   Hoppip     Promotion
62/111   Horsea     Promotion
63/111   Ledyba     Promotion
64/111   Mantine     Promotion
65/111   Mareep     Promotion
66/111   Marill     Promotion
67/111   Natu     Promotion
68/111   Oddish     Promotion
69/111   Onix     Promotion
70/111   Pikachu     Promotion
71/111   Sentret     Promotion
72/111   Shuckle     Promotion
73/111   Slowpoke     Promotion
74/111   Snubbull     Promotion
75/111   Spinarak     Promotion
76/111   Stantler     Promotion
77/111   Sudowoodo     Promotion
78/111   Sunkern     Promotion
79/111   Swinub     Promotion
80/111   Totodile     Promotion
81/111   Totodile     Promotion
82/111   Wooper     Promotion
83/111   Arcade Game T [GC]   Promotion
84/111   Ecogym T [St]   Promotion
85/111   Energy Charge T   Promotion
86/111   Focus Band T [Tool]   Promotion
87/111   Mary T   Promotion
88/111   PokéGear T   Promotion
89/111   Super Energy Retrieval T   Promotion
90/111   Time Capsule T   Promotion
91/111   Bill's Teleporter T   Promotion
92/111   Card-Flip Game T [GC]   Promotion
93/111   Gold Berry T [Tool]   Promotion
94/111   Miracle Berry T [Tool]   Promotion
95/111   New Pokédex T   Promotion
96/111   Professor Elm T   Promotion
97/111   Sprout Tower T [St]   Promotion
98/111   Super Scoop Up T   Promotion
99/111   Berry T [Tool]   Promotion
100/111   Double Gust T   Promotion
101/111   Moo-Moo Milk T   Promotion
102/111   Pokémon March T   Promotion
103/111   Super Rod T   Promotion
104/111   Darkness Energy   E   Promotion
105/111   Recycle Energy   E   Promotion
106/111   Fighting Energy   E Promotion
107/111   Fire Energy   E Promotion
108/111   Grass Energy   E Promotion
109/111   Lightning Energy   E Promotion
110/111   Psychic Energy   E Promotion
111/111   Water Energy   E Promotion
 

Gold, Silver, to a New World...
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
  Oddish     Promotion
  Chikorita     Promotion
  Ledyba     Promotion
  Spinarak     Promotion
  Hoppip     Promotion
  Sunkern     Promotion
  Shuckle     Promotion
  Gloom     Promotion
  Bayleef     Promotion
  Ledian     Promotion
  Ariados     Promotion
  Skiploom     Promotion
  Sunflora     Promotion
  Meganium     Promotion
  Bellossom     Promotion
  Jumpluff     Promotion
  Heracross     Promotion
  Cyndaquil     Promotion
  Magmar     Promotion
  Quilava     Promotion
  Typhlosion     Promotion
  Magby     Promotion
  Horsea     Promotion
  Totodile     Promotion
  Marill     Promotion
  Wooper     Promotion
  Swinub     Promotion
  Mantine     Promotion
  Seadra     Promotion
  Croconaw     Promotion
  Quagsire     Promotion
  Piloswine     Promotion
  Feraligatr     Promotion
  Azumarill     Promotion
  Kingdra     Promotion
  Pikachu     Promotion
  Chinchou     Promotion
  Mareep     Promotion
  Electabuzz     Promotion
  Lanturn     Promotion
  Flaaffy     Promotion
  Pichu     Promotion
  Ampharos     Promotion
  Elekid     Promotion
  Slowpoke     Promotion
  Natu     Promotion
  Girafarig     Promotion
  Xatu     Promotion
  Slowking     Promotion
  Onix     Promotion
  Sudowoodo     Promotion
  Gligar     Promotion
  Phanpy     Promotion
  Donphan     Promotion
  Murkrow     Promotion
  Sneasel     Promotion
  Steelix     Promotion
  Skarmory     Promotion
  Sentret     Promotion
  Hoothoot     Promotion
  Snubbull     Promotion
  Stantler     Promotion
  Clefairy     Promotion
  Furret     Promotion
  Noctowl     Promotion
  Togepi     Promotion
  Aipom     Promotion
  Granbull     Promotion
  Miltank     Promotion
  Cleffa     Promotion
  Togetic     Promotion
  Lugia     Promotion
  Berry T [Tool]   Promotion
  Super Rod T   Promotion
  Double Gust T   Promotion
  Pokémon March T   Promotion
  Moo-Moo Milk T   Promotion
  Professor Elm T   Promotion
  Gold Berry T [Tool]   Promotion
  Card-Flip Game T [GC]   Promotion
  Miracle Berry T [Tool]   Promotion
  New Pokédex T   Promotion
  Super Scoop Up T   Promotion
  Bill's Teleporter T   Promotion
  Sprout Tower T [St]   Promotion
  Ecogym T [St]   Promotion
  Energy Charge T   Promotion
  Focus Band T [Tool]   Promotion
  Mary T   Promotion
  Arcade Game T [GC]   Promotion
  Time Capsule T   Promotion
  Super Energy Retrieval T   Promotion
  PokéGear T   Promotion
  Darkness Energy   E   Promotion
  Metal Energy   E   Promotion
  Recycle Energy   E   Promotion
 

Gallery

English Meganium pack
English Typhlosion pack
English Feraligatr pack
English Lugia pack
Japanese Gold, Silver,
to a New World... pack
English Neo Genesis
booster box
The Sneak-Peek Tins
The Sneak-Peek Tins
The Sneak-Peek Tins
The Sneak-Peek Tins
The Sneak-Peek Tins
The Sneak-Peek Tins


Languages this set is released in

The Gold, Silver, to a New World... set is released in Japanese, all with rarity symbols. The Neo Genesis set is released in English, German, French, Italian, and Spanish, in both 1st and unlimited edition.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Neo Genesis
  German Neo Genesis
  Italian Neo Genesis
  Spanish Neo Génesis



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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.
Neo Series
Neo Genesis: HotfootCold Fusion
Neo Discovery: Brain WaveWallop
Southern Islands
Tyranitar Half Deck
Neo Revelation
Neo Destiny: DarkLight
Legendary Collection Series
Legendary Collection: LavaTurmoil
Neo Era
Gold, Silver, to a New World...: Neo Starter Deck
Crossing the Ruins...
Awakening Legends
Darkness, and to Light...
Intro Pack Neo
VS Era
Leaders Pokémon Theater Limited Edition
Pokémon VS
Application Pack
Web Era
Pokémon Web