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Lucky Stadium (Neo Destiny 100)

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Release information: Expanding information on eight Japanese promo prints
 
==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 byas [[Yuichi Sawayama]] with [[CR CG gangs]], [["Big Mama" Tagawa]] with CR CG gangs, [[Yousuke Hirata]] with CR CG gangs, Yuichi Sawayama with [[Benimaru Itoh]], [[Kyura Kusumi]] with CR CG gangs, and [[Ryuta Kusumi]] with Benimaru Itoh. 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.follows:
*Kyushu ({{p|Onix}}, March): [[Ryuta Kusumi]], [[Benimaru Itoh]]
*Kanto ({{p|Lugia}}, March): [[Yousuke Hirata]], [[CR CG gangs]]
*Kyoto ({{p|Ho-Oh}}, April): [[Yuichi Sawayama]], CR CG gangs
*Shikoku ({{p|Gyarados}}, April): Yousuke Hirata, CR CG gangs
*Shizouka ({{p|Zapdos}}, April): [[Kyura Kusumi]], CR CG gangs
*Morioka ({{p|Diglett}}, April): Yuichi Sawayama, Benimaru Itoh
*Shinetsu ({{p|Mew}}, May): [["Big Mama" Tagawa]], CR CG gangs
*Hokkaido ({{p|Pikachu}}, May): "Big Mama" Tagawa, CR CG gangs
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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