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The ninth Japapanese-only promotional print, a bilingual print, was released at the Tropical Mega Battle Tournament in 2000 and was illustrated by [[Kouichi Ooyama]]. The lone promotional print outside Japan was released at the opening of [[Pokémon Center (store)#New York|Pokémon Center New York]], illustrated here by "Big Mama" Tagawa.
 
The ninth Japapanese-only promotional print, a bilingual print, was released at the Tropical Mega Battle Tournament in 2000 and was illustrated by [[Kouichi Ooyama]]. The lone promotional print outside Japan was released at the opening of [[Pokémon Center (store)#New York|Pokémon Center New York]], illustrated here by "Big Mama" Tagawa.
 
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Revision as of 17:19, 4 November 2008

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Trainer
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Illus. Imakuni?
Set Neo Destiny
Rarity Uncommon
English Card No. 100/105
English Set Wizards Black Star Promos
English Card No. 41

Lucky Stadium (Japanese: ) is a Stadium card. It is part of the Neo Destiny set.

Card text

This card stays in play when you play it. Discard this card if another Stadium card comes into play.

Once during each player's turn (before attacking), that player may flip a coin. If heads, that player draws a card.

Release information

Ten different promotional releases of this card have taken place, nine of them are exclusive to Japan. The first eight Japan-only promotional prints were released through regional tournaments in March, April, and May 2000, and were illustrated as follows:

The ninth Japapanese-only promotional print, a bilingual print, was released at the Tropical Mega Battle Tournament in 2000 and was illustrated by Kouichi Ooyama. The lone promotional print outside Japan was released at the opening of Pokémon Center New York, illustrated here by "Big Mama" Tagawa.

Trivia

  • The Neo Destiny print is the only card with an illustrator credit reading "Illus. Imakuni?" to be released outside Japan. This may be due to the fact that all other cards with that credit are "spoof" cards that feature exclusively in Japanese releases.

Origin

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