Undaunted (TCG)

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Cards in set English: 91
Japanese: 81
Set number English: 45
Japanese: 42
Release date English: August 18, 2010
Japanese: February 11, 2010
Theme Decks

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HeartGold Collection • SoulSilver Collection
Reviving Legends
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Pokémon TCG: HS—Undaunted (Japanese: よみがえる伝説 Reviving Legends) is the name given to the third main expansion of cards from the HeartGold & SoulSilver Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. It is the second main expansion from the LEGEND Era of the Pokémon Card Game in Japan. The set continues to feature Pokémon Prime and Pokémon LEGEND in the card game.



The greatest Trainers are those who are fearless in the face of battle. And that's you! In the Pokémon TCG: HS—Undaunted expansion, you'll discover battle-ready Pokémon just waiting to be summoned by the fearless Trainer in you! The powerful Rayquaza and Deoxys become a Pokémon LEGEND to be reckoned with...six Pokémon—from Raichu to Umbreon to Slowking—join the ranks of Pokémon Prime...and Stadium cards like the Ruins of Alph and Trainer cards like Legend Box change every player's strategy. Are you ready to be Undaunted?


Reviving Legends logo

Undaunted is the name given to the third main expansion of the HeartGold & SoulSilver Series of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as Reviving Legends, the second expansion in the Pokémon Card Game LEGEND Era. It is based on Pokémon HeartGold and SoulSilver, featuring Generation II Pokémon. The English expansion was released on August 18, 2010, while the Japanese expansion was released on February 11, 2010.

Additional cards
No. Image Card name Type Promotion
1/90   Bellossom   Non Holo Daybreak Theme Deck exclusive
2/90   Espeon   Cracked Ice Holo Daybreak Theme Deck exclusive
2/90   Espeon   Non Holo Daybreak Theme Deck exclusive
4/90   Gliscor   Cracked Ice Holo Stage 1 Blisters exclusive
5/90   Houndoom   Crosshatch Holo Pokémon League Disc Catch Season (March 2011)
9/90   Togekiss   Non Holo Daybreak Theme Deck exclusive
10/90   Umbreon   Cracked Ice Holo Nightfall Theme Deck exclusive
10/90   Umbreon   Non Holo Nightfall Theme Deck exclusive
17/90   Leafeon   "Undaunted" stamp Prerelease promo
17/90   Leafeon   Staff "Undaunted" stamp Prerelease promo
79/90   Darkness Energy   E Crosshatch Holo Pokémon League Disc Catch Season (March 2011)
80/90   Metal Energy   E Crosshatch Holo Pokémon League Block Smash Season (February 2011)

Set lists

No. Image Card name Type Rarity
1/90   Bellossom     Promotion
2/90   Espeon     Promotion
3/90   Forretress     Promotion
4/90   Gliscor     Promotion
5/90   Houndoom     Promotion
6/90   Magcargo     Promotion
7/90   Scizor     Promotion
8/90   Smeargle     Promotion
9/90   Togekiss     Promotion
10/90   Umbreon     Promotion
11/90   Dodrio     Promotion
12/90   Drifblim     Promotion
13/90   Forretress     Promotion
14/90   Hariyama     Promotion
15/90   Honchkrow     Promotion
16/90   Honchkrow     Promotion
17/90   Leafeon     Promotion
18/90   Metagross     Promotion
19/90   Mismagius     Promotion
20/90   Rotom     Promotion
21/90   Skarmory     Promotion
22/90   Tropius     Promotion
23/90   Vespiquen     Promotion
24/90   Vileplume     Promotion
25/90   Weavile     Promotion
26/90   Flareon     Promotion
27/90   Gloom     Promotion
28/90   Jolteon     Promotion
29/90   Lairon     Promotion
30/90   Metang     Promotion
31/90   Muk     Promotion
32/90   Pinsir     Promotion
33/90   Raichu     Promotion
34/90   Raticate     Promotion
35/90   Sableye     Promotion
36/90   Scyther     Promotion
37/90   Skuntank     Promotion
38/90   Slowbro     Promotion
39/90   Togetic     Promotion
40/90   Unown     Promotion
41/90   Vaporeon     Promotion
42/90   Aron     Promotion
43/90   Beldum     Promotion
44/90   Combee     Promotion
45/90   Doduo     Promotion
46/90   Drifloon     Promotion
47/90   Eevee     Promotion
48/90   Eevee     Promotion
49/90   Gligar     Promotion
50/90   Grimer     Promotion
51/90   Hitmonchan     Promotion
52/90   Hitmonlee     Promotion
53/90   Houndour     Promotion
54/90   Houndour     Promotion
55/90   Makuhita     Promotion
56/90   Mawile     Promotion
57/90   Misdreavus     Promotion
58/90   Murkrow     Promotion
59/90   Murkrow     Promotion
60/90   Oddish     Promotion
61/90   Pikachu     Promotion
62/90   Pineco     Promotion
63/90   Pineco     Promotion
64/90   Rattata     Promotion
65/90   Scyther     Promotion
66/90   Slowpoke     Promotion
67/90   Slugma     Promotion
68/90   Sneasel     Promotion
69/90   Stunky     Promotion
70/90   Togepi     Promotion
71/90   Burned Tower St   Promotion
72/90   Defender T   Promotion
73/90   Energy Exchanger T   Promotion
74/90   Flower Shop Lady Su   Promotion
75/90   Legend Box T   Promotion
76/90   Ruins of Alph St   Promotion
77/90   Sage's Training Su   Promotion
78/90   Team Rocket's Trickery Su   Promotion
79/90   Darkness Energy   E   Promotion
80/90   Metal Energy   E   Promotion
81/90   Espeon     Promotion
82/90   Houndoom     Promotion
83/90   Raichu     Promotion
84/90   Scizor     Promotion
85/90   Slowking     Promotion
86/90   Umbreon     Promotion
87/90   Kyogre & Groudon        Promotion
88/90   Kyogre & Groudon        Promotion
89/90   Rayquaza & Deoxys        Promotion
90/90   Rayquaza & Deoxys        Promotion
THREE   Alph Lithograph T   Promotion

Reviving Legends
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
001/080   Oddish     Promotion
002/080   Gloom     Promotion
003/080   Vileplume     Promotion
004/080   Bellossom     Promotion
005/080   Scyther     Promotion
006/080   Pineco     Promotion
007/080   Combee     Promotion
008/080   Vespiquen     Promotion
009/080   Flareon     Promotion
010/080   Slugma     Promotion
011/080   Magcargo     Promotion
012/080   Horsea     Promotion
013/080   Seadra     Promotion
014/080   Kingdra     Promotion
015/080   Kingdra     Promotion
016/080   Vaporeon     Promotion
017/080   Jolteon     Promotion
018/080   Chinchou     Promotion
019/080   Lanturn     Promotion
020/080   Lanturn     Promotion
021/080   Rotom     Promotion
022/080   Grimer     Promotion
023/080   Muk     Promotion
024/080   Espeon     Promotion
025/080   Misdreavus     Promotion
026/080   Mismagius     Promotion
027/080   Unown     Promotion
028/080   Drifloon     Promotion
029/080   Drifblim     Promotion
030/080   Onix     Promotion
031/080   Gligar     Promotion
032/080   Gliscor     Promotion
033/080   Larvitar     Promotion
034/080   Pupitar     Promotion
035/080   Makuhita     Promotion
036/080   Hariyama     Promotion
037/080   Umbreon     Promotion
038/080   Murkrow     Promotion
039/080   Honchkrow     Promotion
040/080   Sneasel     Promotion
041/080   Weavile     Promotion
042/080   Houndour     Promotion
043/080   Houndoom     Promotion
044/080   Tyranitar     Promotion
045/080   Sableye     Promotion
046/080   Forretress     Promotion
047/080   Steelix     Promotion
048/080   Scizor     Promotion
049/080   Skarmory     Promotion
050/080   Mawile     Promotion
051/080   Beldum     Promotion
052/080   Metang     Promotion
053/080   Metagross     Promotion
054/080   Rattata     Promotion
055/080   Raticate     Promotion
056/080   Doduo     Promotion
057/080   Dodrio     Promotion
058/080   Eevee     Promotion
059/080   Togepi     Promotion
060/080   Togetic     Promotion
061/080   Togekiss     Promotion
062/080   Smeargle     Promotion
063/080   Entei & Raikou        Promotion
064/080   Entei & Raikou        Promotion
065/080   Suicune & Entei        Promotion
066/080   Suicune & Entei        Promotion
067/080   Raikou & Suicune        Promotion
068/080   Raikou & Suicune        Promotion
069/080   Energy Exchanger I   Promotion
070/080   Defender I   Promotion
071/080   Rare Candy I   Promotion
072/080   PlusPower I   Promotion
073/080   Legend Box I   Promotion
074/080   Flower Shop Lady Su   Promotion
075/080   Sage's Training Su   Promotion
076/080   Team Rocket's Trickery Su   Promotion
077/080   Ruins of Alph St   Promotion
078/080   Burned Tower St   Promotion
079/080   Darkness Energy   E   Promotion
080/080   Metal Energy   E   Promotion
081/080   Alph Lithograph I   Promotion


English Jolteon pack
English Skarmory pack
English Houndoom pack
English Rayquaza pack
English Undaunted
booster box
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Languages this set is released in

The Reviving Legends set is only released in Japanese, in both 1st and unlimited edition. All cards in this Japanese set, including the Pokémon Prime cards, were also available as Reverse Holos. The Undaunted set is released in English, German, French, and Italian, with cards also available as Reverse Holos.

In other languages

Language Title
  French Indomptable
  German Unerschrocken
  Italian Senza Paura
  Brazilian Portuguese Destemido
  Russian Неустрашимые Силы Neustrashimyye Sily

External links

  This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

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
Pokémon Surprise Calendar
Triumphant: Royal GuardVerdant Frost
Pikachu World Collection 2010
Call of Legends Series
Call of Legends: ReconRetort
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 Collection 2010
Clash at the Summit