Princess's Privilege is a 4-star boost card that causes the user to discard their entire hand then draw three cards. It cannot be played if the user has two cards in their hand (including Princess's Privilege).
Princess's Privilege allows the user to draw the most cards of any non-hyper card in the game. It is an extremely useful card for characters that need to sift through the deck for specific cards that they need. For example, characters likeand can use Princess's Privilege in the late game to help them find gift and pudding cards respectively. in particular benefits greatly from this card in the late game, as it helps her find to secure wins and to fire them off more often. Since this card tends to favor specific characters, it can be used as a "bad" card that other players will have difficulty using, similar to .
Due to its high norma requirement, most players would prefer or as ways to draw cards. Characters that tend to use cards quickly will have trouble holding on to the cards necessary to use this. Trap users like and are an excellent example of this, as they would prefer to get their traps onto the board as soon as possible rather than hang on to them for long. has a horrible time with this card for multiple reasons. It can be hard for her to get rid of it in the early game so she can get . Playing it will cause her to discard as well, forcing her to try and discard it by other means. Due to her reduced hand size, can't even play Princess's Privilege unless it is the only card she is holding, or if she is given an extra card though or via a card effect like .
- Characters that can hold more than three cards in their hand, like dealer role, can still use Princess's Privilege, but it will not replace any cards past the first three. , , or anyone with the
- Princess's Privilege originally had the effect: "Draw 3 cards. This card can only be used if it is the only card in your hand." and cost 30 stars. The two changes were made in Version 1.18 and Version 1.18.2 respectively.