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FFTCG: Emissaries of Light first glimpse – Wol & Lightning

The next set coming to the FFTCG will be Emissaries of Light, which will continue the Crystal mechanic introduced with Crystal Dominion. This set will bring more protagonists from the many mainline and spin-off Final Fantasy titles, including new Wol and Lightning cards. 

 Wol 16-044L

The two latest card reveals for the Emissaries of Light set are Wol and Lightning. Fitting with the previous Wol cards, this card belongs to the Mobius Category. Wol’s play cost can be reduced by 1CP for every 5 cost card you control. If getting a 9k out for potentially 1CP isn’t good as it is, Wol also protects your 5 costs against Summons and abilities.

Emissaries of Light Lightning


This new Lightning card shows the protagonist wearing her ‘Yuna Garb’ outfit from the  Lightning Returns: Final Fantasy XIII video game. Lightning is great for evening out the playing field, as when she enters the field, if your opponent has more Forwards than you do, you get to remove one of theirs from the game. 

Emissaries of Light Lightning

On April 8th, a week before the release of the Emissaries of Light Booster Box on April 15th, fans will get the chance to acquire the pre-release kit for this set. This will include Nine Emissaries of Light Booster Packs, an exclusive pre-release promo card and exclusive pre-release sleeves. If you would like to get involved with this, get in contact with your local game stores. 

If you would like to check out the other card reveals for this upcoming set, click on the links below – 

FFTCG: Emissaries of Light first glimpse – Kirin and the Shijin

Emissaries of Light – Black Waltz cards and Luneth revealed!

FFTCG: Emissaries of Light first glimpse – Byblos & Tidus

Emissaries of Light & Custom Starter Set live stream reveals!

FFTCG: Emissaries of Light first glimpse – Luso & Aerith

To keep up to date with all the latest FF TCG products, news and market updates, make sure to follow Ludkins Media on Instagram and Facebook. If you would like to take a look at other incredible cards in the game, head over to Anthos, the ultimate database for everything Final Fantasy TCG. 

Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media

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