War of the Spark is all about Planeswalkers. With 36 different characters represented, the set truly showcases an all-out war for the fate of the Multiverse being fought on Ravnica.
We wanted to do something special to commemorate this event in Japan, so we worked with Japanese artists to create alternate-art versions of every planeswalker in the set. All 36 planeswalkers in War of the Spark were reimagined beautifully by artists well-known throughout Japan, including Yoshitaka Amano!
These alternate versions appear randomly in Japanese-language War of the Spark boosters, replacing the regular version of the planeswalker in the pack 50% of the time. We’ve made Japanese boosters available to retailers around the world, so you can find them nearby wherever you live.
These cards will also be available in Wizards Play Network promo packs during the Core Set 2020 play season, appearing in roughly 1:4 of packs. The alternate-art planeswalkers have only been printed in Japanese, but will appear in promo packs around the world.
After taking the delayed release of SoulCalibur VI into consideration, we have decided to push back the release of Seventh Cross two weeks from May 10 to May 24, to better pace the 2019 UFS release schedule and not put the pressure of immediate back-to-back releases on the UFS community.
Seventh Cross is an 88 card booster-only expansion set with a few surprises in store that will give UFS players new options and strategies to utilize and combat. Stay tuned next week for important Pre-Order information and the beginning of the Seventh Cross Set Preview!
The year is 1929, in a world much like our own…
An enigmatic organization known only as “The Church” has kept the world safe from magic and monsters for centuries, allowing culture and civilization to flourish.
In the shadows, an ancient magic empire stirs, seeking to revive the lost craft and unleash mayhem once again upon humanity.
Powerful Church Inquisitors seek out monsters and put them down in the name of order and duty using a vast array of mystical arcana, bizarre machines, and medieval implements, sometimes even unleashing their own monstrous nature to gain new abilities and turn the tide of battle in their favor.
The Seventh Cross CCG includes the following playable characters, each with their own monstrous 2nd form:
Yu-Gi-Oh! World is excited to share some information about an upcoming product release from Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME:
Launching Friday, July 12, 2019, Battles of Legend: Hero’s Revenge is a booster set packed with never-before-released cards from previous Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and manga series coming to the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME for the first time. The booster set will feature the public debut of Number 93: Utopia Kaiser, brand-new Link Monsters and more “Vision HERO” monsters from the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX manga series, among others.
Battles of Legend: Hero’s Revengearrives on the scene in July, ready to turn the summer on its head! This 93-card, all-foil booster set is packed with never-before-released cards from previous Yu-Gi-Oh! anime and manga series coming to the Yu-Gi-Oh! TRADING CARD GAME for the first time, new Link Monsters, high-powered tournament mainstays, and more!
Here’s a taste of what’s in store for Duelists:
Number 93: Utopia Kaiser, originally available only to those who reached the pinnacle of competition, makes its public debut! Fans of “Number” monsters will have even more to look forward to in Battles of Legend: Hero’s Revenge.More “Vision HERO” monsters from the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX manga series appear, along with related “HERO” cards like Vision HERO Vyon.Brand-new Link Monsters for a variety of Deck themes like PSY-Frames, Traptrix, Black Luster Soldier, and more.In-demand tournament-level cards like Borrelsword Dragon and Sky Striker Mobilize – Engage!Popular tournament-level cards available as foils for the first time, like Dinowrestler Pankratops, Artifact Lancea, and Summon Limit.
Each 5-card pack contains 4 Ultra Rares and 1 Secret Rare.
What’s more, each of these 36 Planeswalkers will have a planeswalker card in War of the Spark. (The card art will be different, though—in fact, these stained-glass versions aren’t appearing on cards at all!) You’ll have to wait for War of the Spark previews in April to see the new cards, but each booster pack will contain a planeswalker so you should have no trouble getting your hands on them when the set is released.
Each day brings us closer to Nicol Bolas’s endgame, but until all those candles are snuffed out, we can at least admire the craftsmanship that went into these pretty windows.