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Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) is a trading card game that features a number of characters from various Fire Emblem games and crossovers, such as Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE and Fire Emblem Warriors. Cipher is developed and published in-house by Intelligent Systems. Unlike the previous card game, Cipher has character cards only, with items, skills, and location cards non-existent. It was released by Nintendo on June 25, 2015 alongside Fire Emblem Fates in Japan.

RulesEdit

In Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher), two players go in a turn-based battle between their Main Characters that are set aside from the Deck. By selecting one card that meets the conditions at the start of the game from within the deck built with at least 50 cards (with no upper limit of cards you may have, save for having more than 4 copies of the same card), they each attempt to defeat the opponent's main character by destroying one of the five "Orbs" serving as their life, and winning when there aren't any more orbs.

Like in the series, there is the concept of a leveling a character, and is done so through "level up" or "Class Change" by stacking cards with the same name on top of a character you control and paying the cost. Said costs come in the forms of bonds, which are set aside from the field and placed in the "bond area", and also act as a separate system for using skills.

Featured GamesEdit

Card CharacteristicsEdit

Card NumberEdit

Each card is identified by a number which can be seen at the bottom left corner of the card:

Example: P01-010PR, B01-003HN, S01-001ST.
  • The first character indicates the card type, including Promotional (P), Starter Deck (S) and Booster Series (B).
  • The next two digits indicate which series the card belongs to.
  • The next three digits indicate the order of the card in the series.
  • The last characters vary depending on the card type:
    • Promotional cards are indicated with PR.
    • Starter Deck cards are indicated with ST.
    • Booster Set cards are indicated with the rarity of the card: Normal (N), High Normal (HN), Rare (R) and Super Rare (SR).

R and SR cards also have additional variants, recognized by a plus (+) following the card rarity. Starting with Set 5, each series also contains at least one secret card of +X rarity, which are either special preview prints of cards due for release two sets later, or variants of current cards that may contain an stronger version of a skill.

ColorEdit

Each card from different games is presented with different colors:

AffinityEdit

Each card has a set of symbols located on the left side of the card, representing the card's affinities:

  • The first symbol represents the game series, correspond to the card color (Red Blue White Black Green Purple Yellow).
  • The second symbol represents the gender of the character (Cipher Male Cipher Female).
  • The third symbol represents the weapon type (Cipher Sword Cipher Lance Cipher Axe Cipher Bow Cipher Staff Cipher Tome Cipher Fang Cipher Shuriken Cipher Stone).
  • The fourth and fifth symbol represent additional affinities of the character (Cipher Dragon Cipher Flying Cipher Mounted Cipher Armour Cipher Sharp Monster (Cipher)).

Booster SeriesEdit

Each Series contains 100 different types of cards, with rarities for each card spanning from Normal (N), High Normal (HN), Rare (R) and Super Rare (SR).

There is also the guaranteed R+ in each box and the off chance of having an SR+ instead. Prior to Booster Set 5, R+ and SR+ have a metallic gold or silver border around the edge, and some have a special foil signature of the character's voice actor. Starting from Set 5, they also have alternate arts for each card.

Starter DecksEdit

Most Booster Sets come with one Starter Deck, with Sets 1 and 2 bringing two Starter Decks and Sets 7 and 8 not providing any Starter Decks. Each Starter Deck contains 50 cards, with some exclusive cards that can't be found in a booster box.

Promotional CardsEdit

These cards are split into sets depending on the Booster Series. They can be obtained from local tournaments in the form of a tournament pack, magazines like Nintendo Dream or Nintendo Dengeki or the official Fire Emblem Cipher Guides.

List of Promotional Cards: Card List.

See Category:Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher): Promotional Cards Artworks.

ArtistsEdit

See main article: List of Artists in Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher).

GalleryEdit

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