[Card Showcase] The emperor plans to destroy the Sacred Stones! On behalf of a bishop murdered for learning this truth, the Grado cleric Natasha embarks on a quest to warn others of the crisis. When she joins Eirika’s allies, she becomes a sacred healer who soothes both the wounds and hearts of her comrades. (Illust. Niko Komori)
“May the sacred light surround us and protect us all.”
“The world must have light…!” [ACT] [TAP, FLIP 2] Choose 1 card with the same unit name as your lord from your Retreat Area, and add it to your hand. Choose 1 non-“Natasha” card from your Retreat Area, and place it at the top of your deck.
Slayer [ALWAYS] If this unit is attacking a <Monster>, this unit gains +20 attack.
[Card Showcase] Emmeryn, a woman who became exalt at a young age following her predecessor’s sudden death. She wishes for her land, Ylisse, to become a peaceful kingdom. No matter the trials she falls into, the sight of this holy woman committed to her ideals is engraved on the hearts of the people as a symbol of peace. (Illust. Niko Komori)
[Card Showcase] Sumeragi, reigning king of Hoshido, and Mikoto, his consort. These cards depict them in a time when they were still in unpromoted classes, a state in which they never appeared in the video game. These two pool their strengths together to repel their bitter foes and to bring a ray of hope! (Illust. Daisuke Izuka, Minori Fuyuzora)
Golden Kamuy TV anime main staff revealed. The new project will be produced by Geno Studio.
“In the early twentieth century, Russo-Japanese War veteran Saichi
“Immortal” Sugimoto scratches out a meager existence during the postwar
gold rush in the wilderness of Hokkaido. When he stumbles across a map
to a fortune in hidden Ainu gold, he sets off on a treacherous quest to
find it. But Sugimoto is not the only interested party, and everyone who
knows about the gold will kill to possess it! Faced with the harsh
conditions of the northern wilderness, ruthless criminals and rogue
Japanese soldiers, Sugimoto will need all his skills and luck—and the
help of an Ainu girl named Asirpa—to survive.”
[Card Showcase] The holy blood-bearing man known as the Lionheart was a just lord. Nanna is the daughter of Princess Lachesis, sister to that lord. The lord is long dead, and it is unknown what became of her mother… But that regal blood lives on in her, and with the sword her mother left her, Nanna unleashes a valiant blade of light that rends the shadows smothering Thracia! (Illust. Mayo)
B10-006HN Princess of Nordion, Nanna Troubadour/Cost1 Yellow/Female/Staff/Mounted 20ATK/20SUPP/NO RNG
“I am Nanna: daughter of Lachesis, herself the sister of Lord Eldigan.”
Heal [ACT] [TAP] [FLIP 2] Choose 1 non-“Nanna” card from your Retreat Area, and add it to your hand.
Strength [ALWAYS] If you have 1 or more “Leif” or “Finn” bond cards,
this unit gains +10 attack, <Sword>, and range 1.
[DEF] Miracle Emblem [SUPP] Until the end of this combat, your opponent’s attacking unit cannot perform a critical hit.
From Tales of the Slayers, a compilation of short stories dealing with others in the lineage of Buffy Summers, written by several of the TV series’ staff writers. Here, in Rebecca Rand Kirshner and Mira Friedmann’s Sonnenblume, an awoken Slayer in Nazi Germany realizes that vampires are not the only evil she must fight in her world.
Noteworthy: On the first page of this story, the sound effect of Hitler Youth marching in lockstep is “Tromp, Tromp, Tromp.” Make of that whatever you will.
[Card Showcase] This is one of the cards in the Promotional Card Pack Vol.9. Mist loved to pass the days of her childhood in the woods, surrounded by blooming flowers, with her brother and mother. Happy memories of the beloved lullaby that her mother would always sing to her are still with her, engraved in her heart, entrusting the way to tomorrow into her hands. (Illust. Senri Kita)
Continuing with the ‘neglected’ Hogwarts staff series. I suppose Sprout
might be the less neglected of the bunch since we see a bit of her
reactions and classes now and then but still I would have liked to see
more of the head of Hufflepuff House (and Hufflepuff in general but