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FFTCG – Emissaries of Light Top 5 Legend Cards

With the Emissaries of Light booster releasing on April 15th, the wait for the first set of 2022 is almost over! This set will continue the Crystal mechanic first introduced with the Crystal Dominion booster that was released back in November.  As always, this set will bring protagonists from many mainline and spin-off Final Fantasy titles, which will allow players to include their favourite characters in their decks. In this article, we share our top Legend picks from Emissaries of Light. 


Fans of Final Fantasy X will remember seeing Tidus playing Blitzball in the opening scene of the game. Well, this moment has been turned into card art for the upcoming Emissaries of Light set. We’ve seen several Tidus cards throughout the game, but  Kumiko Koike has done an exceptional job at creating this beautiful artwork. 

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Luso is the main character of Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift, which was released on the Nintendo DS between 2007 and 2008 worldwide. This Luso card is one of two Fire Legend cards coming with the Emissaries of Light booster set. Although this isn’t the first card we have had for Luso, this will be his first Fire card. 


This illustration created by Toshitaka Matsuda looks incredibly ferocious and definitely does the deadly master of the Shijin justice.  From the individual hairs of its face to the patterns of its body, I really love the detail the artist has gone into for this piece. 


Just like the previous Wol cards, this card belongs to the Mobius Category, the game the protagonist debuted in. Mobius Final Fantasy was a free to play mobile game that was sadly shut down globally in 2020. Fortunately, Wol will carry on his fight through the FFTCG. 

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As the oldest villain in the Final Fantasy franchise, Chaos has had several cards in the FFTCG. This latest one, coming with the Emissaries of Light booster, is the first to be illustrated by Yoshitaka Amano, in his iconic rough sketch style. This card is definitely unique when compared to the other Chaos cards in the game.  

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Last week, Square Enix announced that the pre-release kit for this set would be postponed by a week, now releasing on the same day as the Emissaries of Light booster. This isn’t the first time this year that upcoming products have been delayed due to distribution issues. To learn more about the release changes, click here

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Mathew Parkes – Ludkins Media

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