Lucky Stadium (Neo Destiny 100)

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Trainer Stadium
Lucky Stadium
ラッキースタジアム Lucky Stadium
Team Plasma
Team Flare TCG logo.png
Hokkaidō region print
Illus. "Big Mama" Tagawa, CR CG gangs
Japanese expansion Unnumbered Promotional cards
English expansion Neo Destiny
Rarity Uncommon
English card no. 100/105
Japanese expansion Darkness, and to Light...
Japanese Rarity Uncommon
Japanese expansion Intro Pack Neo
Japanese Side Deck Totodile Side Deck
Expansion Wizards Black Star Promos
English card no. 41

Lucky Stadium (Japanese: ラッキースタジアム Lucky Stadium) is a Stadium card. It is part of the Neo Destiny expansion.

Card text

All prints
AceSpec.png You can't have more than 1 ACE SPEC card in your deck.
You can't have more than 1 Prism Star card with the same name in your deck. If a Prism Star card would go to the discard pile, put it in the Lost Zone instead.
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.
Do Nothing  
At the beginning of your turn, flip a coin. If heads, you can do nothing during your turn. If tails, your opponent can do nothing during his or her next turn.

Release information

This card was first awarded to participants of the Japanese World Challenge Summer tournaments held between July and August 2000. There were eight variations of the card printed, each one exclusive to a region of Japan in which the tournaments were held. Details of their release are as follows:

  • Kantō print (features Lugia) was available at Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama between July 1-2, 2000.
  • Kansai print (features Ho-Oh) was available at the Asia & Pacific Trade Center (ATC), Osaka between July 8-9, 2000.
  • Hokkaidō print (features Pikachu) was available at the Tsukisamu Green Dome, Sapporo on July 16, 2000.
  • Chūbu print (features Zapdos) was available at the Nagoya Trade & Industry Center, Nagoya on July 22, 2000.
  • Hokushin'etsu print (features Mew) was available at the Niigata City Industrial Promotion Center, Niigata on July 26, 2000.
  • Kyūshū print (features Onix) was available at the West Japan General Exhibition Center, Fukuoka on July 30, 2000.
  • Chūgoku/Shikoku print (features Gyarados) was available at the Hiroshima Sun Plaza, Hiroshima on August 2, 2000.
  • Tōhoku print (features Diglett) was available at Sendai Wasse, Sendai on August 6, 2000.

Competitors who earned a place at the Tropical Mega Battle Tournament, held at the Hilton Hawaiian Village, Honolulu between August 26-27, 2000 were awarded a bilingual print with new artwork by Kouichi Ooyama.
The card was first printed in English in the Neo Destiny expansion with new artwork by Imakuni?. It was reprinted again in Japan in the Intro Pack Neo, which was released in April 2001 and illustrated by Hideki Kazama. The lone promotional print outside Japan was released at the opening of Pokémon Center New York, illustrated by "Big Mama" Tagawa. This print remains English-exclusive.


Kyūshū region print
Illus. Ryuta Kusumi, Benimaru Itoh
Kantō region print
Illus. Yousuke Hirata,
CR CG gangs
Kansai region print
Illus. Yuichi Sawayama,
CR CG gangs
Chūgoku/Shikoku region print
Illus. Yousuke Hirata,
CR CG gangs
Chūbu region print
Illus. Ryuta Kusumi, CR CG gangs
Tōhoku region print
Illus. Yuichi Sawayama,
Benimaru Itoh
Hokushin'etsu region print
Illus. "Big Mama" Tagawa,
CR CG gangs
Hokkaidō region print
Illus. "Big Mama" Tagawa,
CR CG gangs
Tropical Mega Battle print
Illus. Kouichi Ooyama
Neo Destiny print
Illus. Imakuni?
Intro Pack Neo print
Illus. Hideki Kazama
New York City print
Illus. "Big Mama" Tagawa
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori
Diamond & Pearl print
Illus. Ken Sugimori


  • All of the cards feature a stylized stadium, often related to the area in which the print was available, with at least one Pokémon in the image. The only variants which do not conform to this are the Neo Destiny print, which features Imakuni? himself and people dancing; and the Intro Pack Neo print, which features the symbols of the two half decks, as well as adverts for the Neo series and Pokémon Card Laboratory.
  • The prints awarded during the World Challenge Summer campaign all feature regional landmarks:
    • The Kyūshū print features Mount Aso, Japan's largest active volcano.
    • The Kantō print features several high-rise buildings of the Tokyo cityscape, and the Tokyo Radio Tower.
    • The Kansai print features the pagoda at Tō-ji, Kyoto, Japan's tallest pagoda.
    • The Chūgoku/Shikoku print features the 'floating' torii at Itsukushima Shrine, Hatsukaichi.
    • The Chūbu print features the central tower of Osaka Castle.
    • The Tōhoku print features the Godaido Shrine among the islands of Matsushima.
    • The Hokushin'etsu print features several mountains of the Japanese Alps.
    • The Hokkaidō print features a sculpture of Pikachu in front of the Sapporo Clock Tower in celebration of the Sapporo Snow Festival.
  • Variational prints based on the region tournaments were held in would later be replicated with the Pokémon Pal City promotional card, also a Stadium card.
  • 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.
  • This card's effect matches that of Battle City, a card later released as one of the BW Black Star Promos.
  • In the backround of the New York City print, the Empire State Building can be seen.


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