The Paladin's Necklace consists in a short chain (golden in both anime renditions) and a convex pendant slightly smaller than Gon's palm. The pendant's outer rim is, again, golden in both anime adaptations. Its shape is reminiscent of half of an ellipsoid, and its outer surface is divided in four sections by a painted Latin cross, where the horizontal arm, at whose height the chain is attached, divides the vertical one in two equal segments. Each of the four sections sports a decoration possibly similar to a flower (simple geometric shapes in the anime). Protruding from the pendant in correspondence with the top of the cross is a metallic decoration reminiscent of the hilt of a sword whose tip emerges at the bottom of the pendant. Four thinner, symmetrical spikes embellish the outer edge of each section.
As an item, a player wearing it will always be under the effect of the "Reflect" spell, protecting the wearer from attack-type spells and will be able to undo curses placed on cards he touches. It also means that cards under the spell effect of "Fake" or "Mimic" will return to their original forms. It can be obtained in the monthly tournament in Antokiba.
Greed Island arcEdit
When Gon's group retrieves the necklace, Gon wore it to prevent their cards from being stolen by spell cards. But after using it to reveal a fake "Favor Cushion" card traded by Michiro, Gon used the necklace on the Sick Villagers to remove their illness, which resulted in obtaining the designated slot card "Wild Luck Alexandrite" as a reward. After clearing the game it is one of the three cards that Gon took out of the island to un-transform the "Plot of Beach" card to an "Accompany" spell card.
The "Paladin's Necklace" card designated number is 084 and its rank-limit is D-60. Since the function of each card is based on the creators' Nen, this cards existence may imply that one of the creators is an exorcist.