Final Fantasy TCG Organized Play update

Square Enix will release an in-store organized play kit for the Final Fantasy TCG, coinciding with the release of the new Opus II Collection Booster Set on March 24.

Intended for casual format play, each kit includes organized play directions, promotional cards to be used as prizes for event winner (6 events worth, 3 Premium Foil Promotional Cards – Sephiroth, 6 Standard Promotional Cards – Sephiroth, 3 Premium Foil Promotional Cards – Lightning, and 6 Standard Promotional Cards – Lightning. Events can be as informal as game demonstrations, or as formal as competitive tournament-type events (Swiss or Single Elimination; Pre-built, Limited, or Draft play). The promotional cards are for promotional/event use only, not for resale.

Final Fantasy Trading Card Game, Opus II Collection is the second set to be released in the Western market. The 148-card set will enhance the play experience and features popular characters including Tifa and Squall. Each Booster Pack contains 12 cards, with 1 premium foiled card guaranteed. Each box contains 36 packs, and each carton contains 6 display boxes.

Final Fantasy TCG product is only available through GTS Distribution in the United States (see “Square Enix Enters North American Tabletop Games Market”).


Spirit of Rebellion Spoilers

A few gems spoiled from the upcoming Star Wars: Spirit of Rebellion set



It’s really sweet to see a new Darth Vader so soon, I was personally getting really bored of the old one since everyone seems to be running him.


Obi-Wan is very cool, but is however not the counterpart to Palpatine. Perhaps Yoda will rise up to the challenge? The first thing that comes to mind with Obi-Wan is clearly to use One with the Force in your deck. It’s almost an auto-include at this point.


Rise Again is great design that’s not inherently super powerful and encourgaes you to want to discard something like a Mind Probe or Force Throw early to re-roll or to discard between rounds, knowing you can later get more value out of it.


The chamber is very similar to Frozen Wastes with a twist: its effect will work next turn, making it a little trickier. They also mentioned they wanted to make battlefields more impactful in future sets, so claiming will probably be higher on your priority list rather than re-rolling some dice that are less relevant to the board state.

They also mentioned that the 2 missing points from Palpatine would maybe get to be used in future sets, but much more into the future. It’s really cool to get a few newer spoilers here and there for what is probably going to be one of the most anticipated CCG sets this year. They just keep us wanting more and more until the product releases in April.


Final Fantasy CCG – Organized play coming to North America

A couple of tournament promos were featured on the Final Fantasy CCG website

lightning-promo sephirot


To all our TCG fans in North America, we are still perfecting Organized Play plans for FINAL FANTASY TRADING CARD GAME, set to launch in early 2017!

Stay posted for updates, including your chance to win special promotional cards featuring fan-favorite FINAL FANTASY characters.



Final Fantasy Opus II Release


Dive in with 148 brand new cards featuring FFVIII, XII, XIV and more!

◆ Starter Sets Volume 2: Early June 2017

  • Starter Set Final Fantasy IX – Fire & Water
  • Starter Set Final Fantasy TYPE-0 – Lightning & Wind


Featuring Squall from Final Fantasy VIII


Future Starter decks

They also posted tentative release info:

*Product design subject to change.

◆ Opus III Booster Pack: Early July 2017

Details to be announced

Opus IV Booster Pack: October 2017

Details to be announced

Stay tuned for more updates as we draw closer to Opus II!




Dragon Ball Z: Awakening

Panini America has announced the upcoming release of Dragon Ball Z: Awakening, the next expansion for Dragon Ball Z TCG, set to arrive in stores on Halloween weekend, October 28.

This expansion comes in both boosters and starters. It features the ultimate villain, Cell, The Cell Games, popular characters like Goku, Gohan, Hercule, and more. Preconstructed starter decks include a tournament-legal 60-card deck, one Mastery card, four Main Personality cards, a playmat, and a comprehensive rulebook that has everything a new player would need to begin play. There are 140 new cards in the set, all available via booster, including powerful new Ultra Rares.

MSRP for starters is $14.99 and $3.99 for boosters.

dbz awakening