Latias and Latios (J Promo 2)

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Latias and Latios  
ラティアスとラティオス Latias and Latios
Illus. Unknown
Evolution stage Movie Pokémon
Card name Latias and Latios
Type Colorless
HP 120
retreat cost
Japanese expansion J Promotional cards
Japanese card no. 002/J
For more information on the Pokémon depicted on this card, see Latias and Latios.

Latias and Latios (Japanese: ラティアスとラティオス Latias and Latios) is a Colorless-type Movie Pokémon card. It is one of the J Promotional cards.

Card text

    Light's Guidance
Choose as many cards as you like from your collection showing Pokémon that appear inside the circles in the above illustration. Put them onto your Bench. (You can use this attack even if your Bench is full.)

Pokédex data

Eon Pokémon - Bestowers of Dreams
Additional information
イラストに描かれているラティアスとラティオス以外のポケモンも、映画「水の都の護神」のどこかに変わった姿で登場するよ みつけられるかな? ヒントを1つ、秘密の庭の床のタイルに注目!(答えは で見てね!)

Release information

This card was given away in select cinemas when buying a ticket to the theatrical release of Guardian Gods of the City of Water: Latias and Latios.


  • The card text on the top right of the card border reads: "Pikachu the Movie 5th Anniversary theater limited Shining! Pokémon jumbo card". The 5th Anniversary Pikachu the Movie logo is also in the bottom left corner of the card.
  • This card has a Reverse Holofoil treatment reminiscent of the later released Mirror Holofoil cards between HeartGold & SoulSilver Collection and Clash at the Summit.


This card is based on the Latios and Latias that appeared in Pokémon Heroes: Latios & Latias. The Pokémon in circles in the illustration that are mentioned in the attack text and additional text are the Celebi, Entei, Lugia, and Mewtwo that starred in the previous four movies. Images of these Pokémon are hidden in certain scenes in the movie.

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