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[[Image:DP Coin.jpg|thumb|Official TCG Coin from {{TCG|Diamond & Pearl}} Theme Decks]]
[[File:Coin Chansey Japan.png|thumb|100px|A Chansey coin]]
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A '''coin''', in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]], is used in a variety of ways, from Energy cards to Pokémon attacks. Many attacks say "Flip a coin. If heads, _____________________. If tails, ____________________." The coin flip is often the main point of the attack, as it decides the effect that the attack had on the Defending Pokémon: For example, these effects can succeed or fail in attacking the opponent, pick one of two possible status conditions to inflict on the opponent, or succeed in the attack or counter on the user. Sometimes, the attack's effectiveness depends on the number of successive heads-flips. A point to be noted is that the majority of coin-flips require a heads for a good effect on the user, and nothing or a bad effect if tails.
The '''Chansey coin''' is a {{TCG|coin}} in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game]]. Notably, it was the first Trading Card Game coin to be released, being so on October 20, 1998 in Japan and January 9, 1999 in the United States.
 
   
==In the TCG==
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==Types of coins==
The Chansey coin was included with the [[Base Set]] Theme decks, [[Blackout (TCG)|Blackout]], [[Brushfire (TCG)|Brushfire]], [[Overgrowth (TCG)|Overgrowth]] and [[Zap! (TCG)|Zap!]], as well as the Japan-exclusive [[Starter Deck (TCG)|Starter Deck]].
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A coin can be a real, monetary coin, a special metal, or a cardboard disc with a Pokémon on it, or any small, flat object that has the same chance of landing on either of two sides when flipped. Coins that are not official Pokémon merchandise and supplied expressly for use in the Trading Card Game are not allowed in sanctioned events.
   
It was later included in the [[Neo Genesis]] Neo Introduction Set, released in Japan only.
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Sometimes, the player may prefer to use a {{wp|Dice|die}} rather than a coin, with even numbers representing heads and odd numbers representing tails. Organized play dice used for coin flips must be a different type or color of die than ones being used to mark damage. Beginning in the 2013 season, a new rule was added stating that any die used during sanctioned events for coin flips must be transparent or translucent. Dice are generally preferred over coins by tournament players because of their ease of use.
   
Although the Chansey coins are usually white, they have also been released in a variety of colors.
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Official Pokémon dice to be used in lieu of coins are often distributed at larger organized play events, such as State/Province/Territory Championships and Regional Championships.
   
==In the games==
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A special plastic coin is distributed to all pre-constructed decks, such as the starter decks and theme decks and excluding the Championship decks and [[Generation II]] sets by [[Wizards of the Coast]] as the Johto series sets came with a silver, metal Lugia coin. There will be a Pokémon or a symbol on top (representing heads) and a logo and/or copyright on the back (representing tails). The Pokémon or symbol usually represents in some way the set that the pre-constructed deck came from, but sometimes it's just the game in general, like the coin that depicts all the elements, before the {{TCG|Darkness}} and {{TCG|Metal}} types were introduced. There is usually more than one type of coin per set, featuring a different Pokémon or symbol on top, and can be distributed based on the deck purchased, or otherwise at random. Most of the Wizards of the Coast sets only had one coin with a seemingly random Pokémon on front.
===Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!===
 
[[File:Coin Chansey GB2.png|right]]
 
The Chansey Coin is one of a number of collectible coins in [[Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!]] that can be obtained by the protagonist, [[Mark]] or [[Mint]]. The Chansey coin is the first obtainable coin in the game, given to Mark or Mint by [[Dr. Mason]] after completing the tutorial at the beginning of the game.
 
[[File:E Reader Coin Flipper 1.png|thumb|Coin Flipper 1, featuring a Chansey coin]]
 
   
===e-Reader===
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Aside from the metal Lugia coin, a silver, metal Pikachu coin was also made for the Base Set 2 also released by Wizards or the Coast. These metal coins were the only actual metal, TCG coins that came with the decks. The rest are plastic.
The Chansey coin has been featured in two e-Reader applications, [[Coin Flipper 1]] and [[Coin Flipper 2]], both of which are, as their names suggest, coin tosses.
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===Gallery===
==Gallery==
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<gallery perrow="6">
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File:Coin Chansey Base Set Wizards.png|[[Chansey coin|Chansey]]
File:Coin Chansey Base Set Wizards.png|A [[Wizards of the Coast]] Chansey coin.
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File:Coin Vileplume Jungle.png|{{p|Vileplume}}
File:Coin Chansey Japan.png|A white Chansey coin.
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File:Coin Aerodactyl.png|{{p|Aerodactyl}}
File:Coin Chansey Japan green.png|A green Chansey coin.
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File:Coin Mewtwo.png|{{p|Mewtwo}}
File:Coin Chansey Japan brown.png|A brown Chansey coin.
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File:Coin Exeggutor.png|{{p|Exeggutor}}
File:Coin Chansey Intro Pack Neo.png|A pink Chansey coin, available with the {{TCG|Intro Pack Neo}}.
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File:Coin Imakuni Doduo.png|{{TCG ID|Gym|Imakuni?'s Doduo|2}}
File:E Reader Coin Flipper 2.png|The [[Coin Flipper 2]] e-Reader application, featuring two Chansey coins.
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File:Coin Pikachu.png|{{p|Pikachu}}
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File:Coin Meowth Team Rocket.png|{{p|Meowth}}
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File:Coin Onix Gym.png|{{p|Onix}} Coin from {{TCG|Nivi City Gym}} [[Theme Deck]]
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File:Coin Starmie.png|{{p|Starmie}}
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File:Coin Raichu Gym.png|{{p|Raichu}}
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File:Coin Gloom Gym.png|{{p|Gloom}} Coin from {{TCG|Tamamushi City Gym}} [[Theme Deck]]
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File:Coin Alakazam Gym.png|{{p|Alakazam}}
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File:Coin Arcanine Gym.png| {{p|Arcanine}} Coin from {{TCG|Guren Town Gym}} [[Theme Deck]]
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File:Coin Lugia Neo Genesis Wizards.png|Metal {{p|Lugia}} coin from [[Generation II]]
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File:Coin Pikachu metal.png|Metal {{p|Pikachu}} coin from the {{TCG|Legendary Collection}}, and {{TCG|Aquapolis}} {{TCG|Theme Deck}}s.
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File:Coin Torchic.png|{{p|Torchic}}
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File:Coin Mudkip.png|{{p|Mudkip}}
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File:Coin Treecko Green.png|{{p|Treecko}}
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File:Coin Salamence Blue.png|{{p|Salamence}}
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File:Coin Flygon Gold.png|{{p|Flygon}}
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File:Coin Aqua.png|[[Team Aqua]] emblem
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File:Coin Team Magma.png|[[Team Magma]] emblem
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File:Coin Celebi.png|{{p|Celebi}}
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File:Coin Jirachi Gold.png|{{p|Jirachi}}
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File:Coin Bulbasaur.png|{{p|Bulbasaur}}
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File:Coin Charmander Silver.png|{{p|Charmander}}
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File:Coin Team Rocket Silver.png|Coin from the [[Jessie (TCG)|Jessie Theme Deck]], in the [[EX Team Rocket Returns (TCG)|EX Team Rocket Returns]] Set.
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File:Coin Manaphy.png|{{p|Manaphy}}
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File:Coin Energy blue.png|Coin depicting the {{TCG|type}} symbols
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File:Coin Energy gold.png|Coin depicting the {{TCG|type}} symbols
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File:Coin Magmortar Electivire Gold.png|{{p|Magmortar}} and {{p|Electivire}}
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File:Coin Mewtwo Gliscor.png|{{p|Mewtwo}} and {{p|Gliscor}}
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File:Coin Infernape Gallade.png|{{p|Infernape}} and {{p|Gallade}}
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File:Coin Pikachu Holon Phantoms.png|{{p|Pikachu}}
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File:Coin Blissey.png|{{p|Blissey}}
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File:Coin Deoxys.png|{{p|Deoxys}}
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File:Coin Gardevoir.png|{{p|Gardevoir}}
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File:Coin Chikorita Green.png|{{p|Chikorita}}
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File:Coin Cyndaquil Red.png|{{p|Cyndaquil}}
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File:Coin Totodile Blue.png|{{p|Totodile}}
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File:Coin Metagross.png|{{p|Metagross}}
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File:Coin Altomare Latias Latios.png|{{p|Latias}} and {{p|Latios}}
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File:Coin Lucario.png|{{p|Lucario}}
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File:Coin Munchlax.png|{{p|Munchlax}}
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File:Coin Green Tornado Theme Deck.png|{{p|Snivy}}, {{p|Tepig}}, and {{p|Oshawott}}
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File:Coin Reshiram and Zekrom.png|{{p|Reshiram}}, and {{p|Zekrom}}
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
   
==Related articles==
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====Tails====
* [[Coin (TCG)]]
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* [[Chansey (Pokémon)]]
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File:Coin Back Wizards Original.png|Tails side of the very first coins released by [[Wizards of the Coast]].
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File:Coin Back Wizards.png|Tails side of coins released by [[Wizards of the Coast]] up til [[Generation II]].
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File:Coin Back Japan.png|Tails side of coins released during [[Generation I]] in Japan.
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File:Coin Metal Back Side.png|Tails side of the Metal coins released during [[Generation II]].
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File:Coin Back Metal Pikachu.png|Tails side of [[a:File:Coin Pikachu metal.png|Metal Pikachu Coin]]
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File:Coin Backside Pokemon Co.png|Tails side of the coins when [[Nintendo]] took over [[Trading Card Game|TCG]] production.
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</gallery>
   
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==In the games==
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In {{Card GB 2}}, there are several collectible coins that can be obtained by the protagonist, [[Mark]] or [[Mint]]. These coins are used as proof of achievements within the game, much like Gym [[Badge]]s from the [[main series]] or the {{TCG|Medal}}s from the {{ga|Pokémon Trading Card Game|previous TCG Game Boy game}}. Besides marking achievements, the player may choose one of their coins to use in duels for coin flips in place of their original coin. The appearance and purpose of these coins mimic the real-life collectible coins.
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===List of available coins===
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====TCG Island coins====
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{| {| width="80%" align="center" text-align=center" style="background: #{{red color light}}; {{roundy|1em}}; border: 5px solid #{{blue color light}};"
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|-
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| align="center" |
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{| border=1 width="100%" align="center" style="background: #FFF; border:1px solid #{{Red color light}}; border-collapse:collapse;"
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|- style="background: #{{red color light}};"
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! Name
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!
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! How to obtain
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|-style="background: #{{tcg colorless color light}};"
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| {{color2|000|Chansey Coin}}
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| [[File:Coin Chansey GB2.png]]
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| The Chansey Coin, the first obtainable coin in the game, is given to {{color2|000|Mark}} or {{color2|000|Mint}} by {{color2|000|Dr. Mason}} after completing the tutorial at the beginning of the game.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fire color light}};"
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| {{color2|000|Team Great Rocket|GR Coin}}
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| [[File:Coin GR GB2.png]]
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| style="color:#000" | The GR Coin is obtained in four parts, and once assembled, grants the user access to GB2 Island.<br>These four parts are obtained from winning against four Great Rocket executives, which are scattered about the Medal Clubs on {{color2|000|TCG Island}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg grass color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Oddish|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Oddish GB2.png]]
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| When meeting {{color2|000|Nikki}} for the first time at {{color2|000|Mr. Ishihara's House}}, Mark or Mint will receive the Oddish coin.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fire color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Charmander|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Charmander GB2.png]]
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| {{color2|000|Club Master Ken}} will give the Charmander Coin to Mark or Mint after they rescue him<br>from the {{color2|000|Team Great Rocket}} executive who has taken over the {{color2|000|Fire Club}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg water color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Starmie|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Starmie GB2.png]]
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| {{color2|000|Club Master Amy|Amy}} will give the Starmie Coin to Mark or Mint after they rescue her from the Team Great Rocket executive who has taken over the {{color2|000|Water Club}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg lightning color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Pikachu|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Pikachu GB2.png]]
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| The Pikachu Coin is given by {{color2|000|Club Master Isaac}} to winners of the {{color2|000|Lightning Club}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg psychic color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Alakazam|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Alakazam GB2.png]]
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| The Alakazam Coin is given by {{color2|000|Murray}} to winners of the {{color2|000|Psychic Club}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fighting color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Kabuto|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Kabuto GB2.png]]
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| The Kabuto Coin is given by {{color2|000|Gene}} to winners of the {{color2|000|Rock Club}}.
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|-
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|}
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|}
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====GR Island coins====
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{| {| width="80%" align="center" text-align=center" style="background: #{{red color light}}; {{roundy|1em}}; border: 5px solid #{{blue color light}};"
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|-
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| align="center" |
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{| border=1 width="100%" align="center" style="background: #FFF; border:1px solid #{{red color light}}; border-collapse:collapse;"
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|- style="background: #{{red color light}};"
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! Name
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!
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! How to obtain
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|-style="background: #{{tcg grass color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Golbat|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Golbat GB2.png]]
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| The Golbat Coin is given to winners of the {{color2|000|GR Grass Fort}}. It is required to open the {{color2|000|GR Lightning Fort}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg lightning color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Magnemite|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Magnemite GB2.png]]
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| The Magnemite Coin is given to winners of the GR Lightning Fort. It is required to open both the {{color2|000|GR Fire Fort}} and the {{color2|000|GR Water Fort}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fire color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Magmar|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Magmar GB2.png]]
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| The Magmar Coin is given to winners of the GR Fire Fort. It is one of two coins required to unlock the {{color2|000|GR Fighting Fort}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg water color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Psyduck|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Psyduck GB2.png]]
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| The Psyduck Coin is given to winners of the GR Water Fort. It is one of two coins required to unlock the GR Fighting Fort.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fighting color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Machamp|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Machamp GB2.png]]
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| The Machamp Coin is given to winners of the {{color2|000|GR Fighting Fort}}. It is required to unlock the remainder of the island,<br>which includes {{color2|000|Mr. Ishihara's Villa}}, the {{color2|000|Team GR Castle}}, the {{color2|000|GR Psychic Stronghold}}, and the {{color2|000|Colorless Altar}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg colorless color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Snorlax|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Snorlax GB2.png]]
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| The Snorlax Coin is given to winners at the Colorless Altar. It is one of two coins required to unlock the Team GR Castle.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg psychic color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Mew|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Mew GB2.png]]
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| The Mew Coin is given to winners of the {{color2|000|GR Psychic Stronghold}}. It is one of two coins required to unlock the {{color2|000|Team GR Castle}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg colorless color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Togepi|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Togepi GB2.png]]
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| The Togepi Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have defeated {{color2|000|King Biruricchi}} twice.
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|-
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|}
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|}
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====Special coins====
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{| {| width="80%" align="center" text-align=center" style="background: #{{red color light}}; {{roundy|1em}}; border: 5px solid #{{blue color light}};"
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|-
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| align="center" |
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{| border=1 width="100%" align="center" style="background: #FFF; border:1px solid #{{red color light}}; border-collapse:collapse;"
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|- style="background: #{{red color light}};"
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! Name
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!
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! How to obtain
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fire color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Ponyta|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Ponyta GB2.png]]
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| The Ponyta Coin will be awarded to {{color2|000|Mark}} or {{color2|000|Mint}} after they have won the Challenge Cup ten times.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg water color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Horsea|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Horsea GB2.png]]
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| The Horsea Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have won the Rocket Challenge Cup ten times.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg grass color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Arbok|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Arbok GB2.png]]
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| Mark or Mint will receive the Arbok Coin after participating in one {{color2|000|Pokémon Dome}} tournament, regardless of whether or not they actually won.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg colorless color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Jigglypuff|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Jigglypuff GB2.png]]
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| The Jigglypuff Coin can be purchased for 500 chips at the {{color2|000|Game Center}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg fighting color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Dugtrio|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Dugtrio GB2.png]]
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| The Dugtrio Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 consecutive wins at the Duel Machine in {{color2|000|Dr. Mason}}'s lab.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg psychic color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Gengar|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Gengar GB2.png]]
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| The Gengar Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 consecutive wins at the Duel Machine in the GR Island {{color2|000|Challenge Hall}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg lightning color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Raichu|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Raichu GB2.png]]
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| The Raichu Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 wins in link matches. It is also used by {{color2|000|Ronald}}.
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|-style="background: #{{tcg lightning color light}};"
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| {{pcolor|Lugia|000}} Coin
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| [[File:Coin Lugia GB2.png]]
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| The Lugia Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 100 wins in link matches. It is also used by the Ghost Masters in the {{color2|000|Sealed Fort}}.
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|-
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|}
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|}
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==References/Sources==
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*[http://alamedyang.tejat.net/cards/scans/ alamedyang.tejat.net] - Coin Images
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*[http://pokegym.net/gallery/browseimages.php?c=203 Various Coin images used from PokeGym.Net] - Dice, Coin & Accessory Gallery
 
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Revision as of 03:29, 11 October 2012

File:DP Coin.jpg
Official TCG Coin from Diamond & Pearl Theme Decks

A coin, in the Pokémon Trading Card Game, is used in a variety of ways, from Energy cards to Pokémon attacks. Many attacks say "Flip a coin. If heads, _____________________. If tails, ____________________." The coin flip is often the main point of the attack, as it decides the effect that the attack had on the Defending Pokémon: For example, these effects can succeed or fail in attacking the opponent, pick one of two possible status conditions to inflict on the opponent, or succeed in the attack or counter on the user. Sometimes, the attack's effectiveness depends on the number of successive heads-flips. A point to be noted is that the majority of coin-flips require a heads for a good effect on the user, and nothing or a bad effect if tails.

Types of coins

A coin can be a real, monetary coin, a special metal, or a cardboard disc with a Pokémon on it, or any small, flat object that has the same chance of landing on either of two sides when flipped. Coins that are not official Pokémon merchandise and supplied expressly for use in the Trading Card Game are not allowed in sanctioned events.

Sometimes, the player may prefer to use a die rather than a coin, with even numbers representing heads and odd numbers representing tails. Organized play dice used for coin flips must be a different type or color of die than ones being used to mark damage. Beginning in the 2013 season, a new rule was added stating that any die used during sanctioned events for coin flips must be transparent or translucent. Dice are generally preferred over coins by tournament players because of their ease of use.

Official Pokémon dice to be used in lieu of coins are often distributed at larger organized play events, such as State/Province/Territory Championships and Regional Championships.

A special plastic coin is distributed to all pre-constructed decks, such as the starter decks and theme decks and excluding the Championship decks and Generation II sets by Wizards of the Coast as the Johto series sets came with a silver, metal Lugia coin. There will be a Pokémon or a symbol on top (representing heads) and a logo and/or copyright on the back (representing tails). The Pokémon or symbol usually represents in some way the set that the pre-constructed deck came from, but sometimes it's just the game in general, like the coin that depicts all the elements, before the Darkness and Metal types were introduced. There is usually more than one type of coin per set, featuring a different Pokémon or symbol on top, and can be distributed based on the deck purchased, or otherwise at random. Most of the Wizards of the Coast sets only had one coin with a seemingly random Pokémon on front.

Aside from the metal Lugia coin, a silver, metal Pikachu coin was also made for the Base Set 2 also released by Wizards or the Coast. These metal coins were the only actual metal, TCG coins that came with the decks. The rest are plastic.

Gallery

Tails

In the games

In Template:Card GB 2, there are several collectible coins that can be obtained by the protagonist, Mark or Mint. These coins are used as proof of achievements within the game, much like Gym Badges from the main series or the Medals from the previous TCG Game Boy game. Besides marking achievements, the player may choose one of their coins to use in duels for coin flips in place of their original coin. The appearance and purpose of these coins mimic the real-life collectible coins.

List of available coins

TCG Island coins

Name How to obtain
Chansey Coin Coin Chansey GB2.png The Chansey Coin, the first obtainable coin in the game, is given to Mark or Mint by Dr. Mason after completing the tutorial at the beginning of the game.
GR Coin Coin GR GB2.png The GR Coin is obtained in four parts, and once assembled, grants the user access to GB2 Island.
These four parts are obtained from winning against four Great Rocket executives, which are scattered about the Medal Clubs on TCG Island.
Oddish Coin Coin Oddish GB2.png When meeting Nikki for the first time at Mr. Ishihara's House, Mark or Mint will receive the Oddish coin.
Charmander Coin Coin Charmander GB2.png Club Master Ken will give the Charmander Coin to Mark or Mint after they rescue him
from the Team Great Rocket executive who has taken over the Fire Club.
Starmie Coin Coin Starmie GB2.png Amy will give the Starmie Coin to Mark or Mint after they rescue her from the Team Great Rocket executive who has taken over the Water Club.
Pikachu Coin Coin Pikachu GB2.png The Pikachu Coin is given by Club Master Isaac to winners of the Lightning Club.
Alakazam Coin Coin Alakazam GB2.png The Alakazam Coin is given by Murray to winners of the Psychic Club.
Kabuto Coin Coin Kabuto GB2.png The Kabuto Coin is given by Gene to winners of the Rock Club.

GR Island coins

Name How to obtain
Golbat Coin Coin Golbat GB2.png The Golbat Coin is given to winners of the GR Grass Fort. It is required to open the GR Lightning Fort.
Magnemite Coin Coin Magnemite GB2.png The Magnemite Coin is given to winners of the GR Lightning Fort. It is required to open both the GR Fire Fort and the GR Water Fort.
Magmar Coin Coin Magmar GB2.png The Magmar Coin is given to winners of the GR Fire Fort. It is one of two coins required to unlock the GR Fighting Fort.
Psyduck Coin Coin Psyduck GB2.png The Psyduck Coin is given to winners of the GR Water Fort. It is one of two coins required to unlock the GR Fighting Fort.
Machamp Coin Coin Machamp GB2.png The Machamp Coin is given to winners of the GR Fighting Fort. It is required to unlock the remainder of the island,
which includes Mr. Ishihara's Villa, the Team GR Castle, the GR Psychic Stronghold, and the Colorless Altar.
Snorlax Coin Coin Snorlax GB2.png The Snorlax Coin is given to winners at the Colorless Altar. It is one of two coins required to unlock the Team GR Castle.
Mew Coin Coin Mew GB2.png The Mew Coin is given to winners of the GR Psychic Stronghold. It is one of two coins required to unlock the Team GR Castle.
Togepi Coin Coin Togepi GB2.png The Togepi Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have defeated King Biruricchi twice.

Special coins

Name How to obtain
Ponyta Coin Coin Ponyta GB2.png The Ponyta Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have won the Challenge Cup ten times.
Horsea Coin Coin Horsea GB2.png The Horsea Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after they have won the Rocket Challenge Cup ten times.
Arbok Coin Coin Arbok GB2.png Mark or Mint will receive the Arbok Coin after participating in one Pokémon Dome tournament, regardless of whether or not they actually won.
Jigglypuff Coin Coin Jigglypuff GB2.png The Jigglypuff Coin can be purchased for 500 chips at the Game Center.
Dugtrio Coin Coin Dugtrio GB2.png The Dugtrio Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 consecutive wins at the Duel Machine in Dr. Mason's lab.
Gengar Coin Coin Gengar GB2.png The Gengar Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 consecutive wins at the Duel Machine in the GR Island Challenge Hall.
Raichu Coin Coin Raichu GB2.png The Raichu Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 50 wins in link matches. It is also used by Ronald.
Lugia Coin Coin Lugia GB2.png The Lugia Coin will be awarded to Mark or Mint after 100 wins in link matches. It is also used by the Ghost Masters in the Sealed Fort.

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