Start of an Adventure (KTCG)

If you were looking for the Korean anime opening, see Start of an Adventure (song).

 

TCG expansions
Burning Confrontation →
Start of an Adventure
모험의 시작
SetSymbolStart of an Adventure.png
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Cards in set 60
Set number -
Release date May 13, 2010
Theme Decks Torterra Half Deck (Varies)
Infernape Half Deck (Varies)
Empoleon Half Deck (Varies)
Raichu Half Deck (Varies)

Start of an Adventure (Korean: 모험의 시작 Moheom-ui Sijak) is the name given to the first extension set of cards from the DP series of the Korean Pokémon Trading Card Game. The set is the first to feature Pokémon LV.X for the Korean Card Game and Generation IV overall.

Information

Start of an Adventure is the first Korean extension set of cards after a long break of not releasing anything for the Pokémon Trading Card Game. Released May 13, 2010, this extension set is the first to feature both Generation IV Pokémon and Pokémon LV.X in the Korean Card Game. The set and its four accompanying Random Decks focus on the Generation IV starter Pokémon and Raichu, and only include cards of the Grass-type, Fire-type, Water-type, Lightning-type, and Colorless-type, saving the other four types for the third extension set: Collapse of Time & Space.

The set includes 60 cards, which originate from all over the Diamond & Pearl series and the Platinum series. This is because there needed to be a large amount of Pokémon of the five included types in order to not only fill the set, but also the subset that the four Random Decks included, in addition to providing enough Pokémon in order to build meaningful decks around a specific type. However, as the focus is still Generation IV starter Pokémon, more than half of the extension set is occupied by cards that originate from the Japanese Space-Time Creation expansion (the English Diamond & Pearl expansion).

The Pokémon LV.X for this extension set are Torterra LV.X, Infernape LV.X, and Empoleon LV.X. The Legendary birds are also included, as they are one of the few sets of Legendary Pokémon that were both released in the Generation IV Card Game and completely fit into the limited types included in the extension. Much like the first releases of any English Series or Japanese Era, the Trainer cards released are only of the most standard and basic Trainer cards, in order to provide players with the most essential engines, needed to run a deck. There are no Supporter cards or Stadium cards. Many of the Pokémon evolutionary families are also included within the four Random Decks.


Set list

Start of an Adventure
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
01/60   Heracross    
02/60   Turtwig    
03/60   Grotle    
04/60   Torterra    
05/60   Torterra LV.X    
06/60   Combee    
07/60   Vespiquen    
08/60   Cherubi    
09/60   Cherrim    
10/60   Carnivine    
11/60   Ponyta    
12/60   Rapidash    
13/60   Moltres    
14/60   Chimchar    
15/60   Monferno    
16/60   Infernape    
17/60   Infernape LV.X    
18/60   Goldeen    
19/60   Seaking    
20/60   Lapras    
21/60   Articuno    
22/60   Piplup    
23/60   Prinplup    
24/60   Empoleon    
25/60   Empoleon LV.X    
26/60   Buizel    
27/60   Floatzel    
28/60   Pikachu    
29/60   Raichu    
30/60   Zapdos    
31/60   Electrike    
32/60   Manectric    
33/60   Plusle    
34/60   Minun    
35/60   Pachirisu    
36/60   Spearow    
37/60   Fearow    
38/60   Meowth    
39/60   Persian    
40/60   Doduo    
41/60   Dodrio    
42/60   Tauros    
43/60   Hoothoot    
44/60   Noctowl    
45/60   Dunsparce    
46/60   Starly    
47/60   Staravia    
48/60   Staraptor    
49/60   Bidoof    
50/60   Bibarel    
51/60   Buneary    
52/60   Lopunny    
53/60   Glameow    
54/60   Purugly    
55/60   Double Full Heal T  
56/60   Poké Ball T  
57/60   Potion T  
58/60   Energy Restore T  
59/60   Energy Search T  
60/60   Switch T  
 


Pack artwork

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Languages this set is released in

The Start of an Adventure set was exclusively released in Korean.



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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.
Korean exclusive releases
Black Star Promos
Start of an Adventure: Torterra/Infernape/Empoleon/Raichu Random Constructed Half Decks
Burning Confrontation
Collapse of Time & Space: Dialga DeckPalkia Deck
Another World
Mystical Seven
Dark Side of the Crescent Moon: Cresselia DeckDarkrai Deck
Hidden Powers
Colorful Legends
Miracle of the Lakes
Guardians of Ancient Times
BW Black Star Promos
Evolution of GrassEvolution of FireEvolution of Water
XY-P Black Star Promos
Evolution of ChespinEvolution of FennekinEvolution of Froakie
Raichu BREAK Half DeckNoivern BREAK Half Deck
SM-P Promos
Lycanroc-GX Full Power Battle Starter SetRaikou-GX Starter Set LightningTag Team GX Power Up BoxRandom Half Deck