Wonder Platinum (DPt-P Promo 33)

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Wonder Platinum
ワンダー・プラチナ Wonder Platinum
Team Plasma
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Illus. Ryo Ueda
Japanese expansion DPt-P Promotional cards
Japanese card no. 033/DPt-P

Wonder Platinum (Japanese: ワンダー・プラチナ Wonder Platinum) is a Trainer card. It is one of the DPt-P Promotional cards.

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.
Look at all of your face-down Prize cards. You may choose 1 Energy card you find there, show it to your opponent, and put it into your hand. If you do, put this card as a Prize card face up instead of discarding it.
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 awarded to the top three competitors from each age division in the 2009 Japan World Championship representative tournament (equivalent of the National Championships outside Japan). The initial qualifying stage was held in all 47 prefectures, making it the largest domestic qualifying stage in the history of the Japanese TCG. The second stage was held in six regions. The final stage was held at The Prince Park Tower Tokyo on May 4, 2009. All finalists were eligible for entry to the 2009 World Championships.


  • Like Miracle Diamond and Mysterious Pearl, Wonder Platinum was released as a high-profile prize and is a reference to the latest main series game: Pokémon Platinum. Unlike its counterparts however, this card is numbered.
  • Based on the distribution at the finals, only nine copies of this card were awarded.
  • The gold foil stamp below the card text reads "Pokémon Trading Card official card game tournament award".


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