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* ExpansionPack: Every new set that comes out.
* FieldPowerEffect: The main point of nexus cards.

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%% * ExpansionPack: Every new set that comes out.
%% * FieldPowerEffect: The main point of nexus cards.



* JokeCharacter: Really the only explanation for some cards, like the magic Bomburst (which is actually illegal) and any card connected to the seiyuu radio show.

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%% * JokeCharacter: Really the only explanation for some cards, like the magic Bomburst (which is actually illegal) and any card connected to the seiyuu radio show.



* PracticalTaunt: Cards like Strike-Siegwurm, which has an effect that can force an opposing spirit to attack it.

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%% * PracticalTaunt: Cards like Strike-Siegwurm, which has an effect that can force an opposing spirit to attack it.



* SetBonus: The Premise of cards Straight Flush and Royal Straight Flush

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%% * SetBonus: The Premise of cards Straight Flush and Royal Straight Flush


* '''Red''': Revolves around combat and it's Spirits are based on dragons/reptiles. Its symbol is the Ruby.
* '''White''': Revolves around defense and it's Spirits are based on machines/artic animals. Its symbol is the Diamond
* '''Green''': Revolves around gathering cores/exhausting enemy Spirits and it's Spirits are based on insects/wild animals. Its symbol is the Emerald
* '''Purple''': Revolves around destroying enemy cores and it's Spirts are based on demons and the undead. Its symbol is the Amethyst
* '''Yellow''': Revolves around Magic and Nexuses, and it's Spirits are based on fairy tale creatures/and celestial beings. Also contains the cute mascot [[EverythingsBetterWithPenguins Pentan race]]. Its symbol is the Topaz
* '''Blue''': Revolves around deck destruction and it's Spirits are based on Golem/otherworldy beings. Its symbol is the Sapphire.

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* '''Red''': Revolves around combat and it's its Spirits are based on dragons/reptiles. Its symbol is the Ruby.
* '''White''': Revolves around defense and it's its Spirits are based on machines/artic animals. Its symbol is the Diamond
* '''Green''': Revolves around gathering cores/exhausting enemy Spirits and it's its Spirits are based on insects/wild animals. Its symbol is the Emerald
* '''Purple''': Revolves around destroying enemy cores and it's its Spirts are based on demons and the undead. Its symbol is the Amethyst
* '''Yellow''': Revolves around Magic and Nexuses, and it's its Spirits are based on fairy tale creatures/and celestial beings. Also contains the cute mascot [[EverythingsBetterWithPenguins Pentan race]]. Its symbol is the Topaz
* '''Blue''': Revolves around deck destruction and it's its Spirits are based on Golem/otherworldy beings. Its symbol is the Sapphire.


* [[{{Crossover}} Crossover]]: Since 2015, Bandai had introduces the collaboration boosters and starters, which features characters from other franchise such as ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'', ''{{Franchise/Ultra Series}}'', ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' and ''{{Franchise/Kamen Rider}}''. However, some cards introduced in those sets are potential [[{{GameBreaker}} game breaker]], namely [[{{Film/GodzillaVsDestoroyah}} all forms of Destoroyah]].

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* [[{{Crossover}} Crossover]]: Since 2015, Bandai had introduces the collaboration boosters and starters, which features characters from other franchise such as ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'', ''{{Franchise/Ultra Series}}'', ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' [[note]]mainly focused on ''{{Anime/Digimon Adventure}}'', ''{{Anime/Digimon Adventure 02}}'' and ''{{Anime/Digimon Adventure tri}}[[/note]]'' and ''{{Franchise/Kamen Rider}}''. However, Rider}}'' [[note]]Focused on Heisei series in general.[[/note]]. While some of the sets (Mainly the latter two) introduces new abilities, some cards introduced in those sets are potential [[{{GameBreaker}} game breaker]], namely [[{{Film/GodzillaVsDestoroyah}} all forms of Destoroyah]].


* [[{{Crossover}} Crossover]]: Since 2015, Bandai had introduces the collaboration boosters and starters, which features characters from other franchise such as ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'', ''{{Franchise/UltraSeries}}'', ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' and ''{{Franchise/KamenRider}}''. However, some cards introduced in those sets are potential [[{{GameBreaker}} game breaker]], namely [[{{Film/GodzillaVsDestoroyah}} all forms of Destoroyah]].

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* [[{{Crossover}} Crossover]]: Since 2015, Bandai had introduces the collaboration boosters and starters, which features characters from other franchise such as ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'', ''{{Franchise/UltraSeries}}'', ''{{Franchise/Ultra Series}}'', ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' and ''{{Franchise/KamenRider}}''.''{{Franchise/Kamen Rider}}''. However, some cards introduced in those sets are potential [[{{GameBreaker}} game breaker]], namely [[{{Film/GodzillaVsDestoroyah}} all forms of Destoroyah]].

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* [[{{Crossover}} Crossover]]: Since 2015, Bandai had introduces the collaboration boosters and starters, which features characters from other franchise such as ''{{Franchise/Godzilla}}'', ''{{Franchise/UltraSeries}}'', ''{{Franchise/Digimon}}'' and ''{{Franchise/KamenRider}}''. However, some cards introduced in those sets are potential [[{{GameBreaker}} game breaker]], namely [[{{Film/GodzillaVsDestoroyah}} all forms of Destoroyah]].


'''Battle Spirits''' Is a CollectibleCardGame, produced by Bandai and released in September 2008, and one of the most popular card games in Japan.

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'''Battle Spirits''' ''Battle Spirits'' Is a CollectibleCardGame, produced by Bandai and released in September 2008, and one of the most popular card games in Japan.


It received a run in North America in August 2009, but due to Bandai's InvisibleAdvertising and [[TheyJustDidntCare failure to even bother stocking the cards]], it only lasted six Sets.

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It received a run in North America in August 2009, but due to Bandai's InvisibleAdvertising and [[TheyJustDidntCare failure to even bother stocking the cards]], cards, it only lasted six Sets.


** '''Blue''': Expectedly, [[MakingASplash wa]][[WaterIsBlueter]]. And also [[{{Technopath}} technology]].

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** '''Blue''': Expectedly, [[MakingASplash wa]][[WaterIsBlueter]].wa]][[WaterIsBlue ter]]. And also [[{{Technopath}} technology]].


** Red: Most notably [[PlayingWithFire fi]][[FireIsRed re]], but also from time to time associated with [[ShockAndAwe lightning]], [[DishingOutDirt earth]], and [[ThePowerOfTheSun the sun]].
** White: [[AnIcePerson Snow and ice]]. It is also related to [[ExtraOreDinary metal]], [[{{Technopath}} machinery]], and [[{{Lunacy}} the moon]].
** Green: First of all, it is [[GreenThumb plant]] and [[TheBeastmaster wild animals]]. It is associated with [[BlowYouAway wi]][[WindIsGreen nd]] as well.
** Purple: Primarily [[CastingAShadow darkness]] and [[{{Necromancy}} death]]. It also messes with [[SoulPower so]][[SupernaturalIsPurple uls]] a lot.
** Yellow: Foremost, there is [[LightEmUp light]].
** Blue: Expectedly, [[MakingASplash water]]. And also [[{{Technopath}} technology]].

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** Red: Most notably '''Red''': Of course, [[PlayingWithFire fi]][[FireIsRed re]], but re]]. But red is also from time to time associated with [[ShockAndAwe lightning]], [[DishingOutDirt earth]], and [[ThePowerOfTheSun the sun]].
** White: '''White''': [[AnIcePerson Snow and ice]]. It is also related to [[ExtraOreDinary metal]], [[{{Technopath}} machinery]], machinery]] and [[{{Lunacy}} the moon]].
** Green: '''Green''': First of all, it green is about [[GreenThumb plant]] plants]] and [[TheBeastmaster wild animals]]. It is associated with [[BlowYouAway wi]][[WindIsGreen nd]] as well.
** Purple: '''Purple''': Primarily [[CastingAShadow darkness]] and [[{{Necromancy}} death]]. It also messes with [[SoulPower so]][[SupernaturalIsPurple uls]] a lot.
** Yellow: Foremost, there is '''Yellow''': First, [[LightEmUp light]].
light]]. It uses [[HeartBeatDown heart]] a lot as well.
** Blue: '''Blue''': Expectedly, [[MakingASplash water]].wa]][[WaterIsBlueter]]. And also [[{{Technopath}} technology]].


* ElementalPowers: Each color is associated with a particular set of elements...

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* ElementalPowers: Each color is associated with a particular set of elements...elements.



** Purple: Primarily [[CastingAShadow darkness]] and [[{{Necromancy death]]. It also messes with [[SoulPower so]][[PurpleIsSupernatural uls]] a lot.
** Yellow: Foremost, there is [[LightThemUp light]]. It also seems to deal with [[ArcanePower magic]].

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** Purple: Primarily [[CastingAShadow darkness]] and [[{{Necromancy [[{{Necromancy}} death]]. It also messes with [[SoulPower so]][[PurpleIsSupernatural so]][[SupernaturalIsPurple uls]] a lot.
** Yellow: Foremost, there is [[LightThemUp light]]. It also seems to deal with [[ArcanePower magic]].[[LightEmUp light]].


* ElementalPowers: Each color is associated with a particular set of elements...
** Red: Most notably [[PlayingWithFire fi]][[FireIsRed re]], but also from time to time associated with [[ShockAndAwe lightning]], [[DishingOutDirt earth]], and [[ThePowerOfTheSun the sun]].
** White: [[AnIcePerson Snow and ice]]. It is also related to [[ExtraOreDinary metal]], [[{{Technopath}} machinery]], and [[{{Lunacy}} the moon]].
** Green: First of all, it is [[GreenThumb plant]] and [[TheBeastmaster wild animals]]. It is associated with [[BlowYouAway wi]][[WindIsGreen nd]] as well.
** Purple: Primarily [[CastingAShadow darkness]] and [[{{Necromancy death]]. It also messes with [[SoulPower so]][[PurpleIsSupernatural uls]] a lot.
** Yellow: Foremost, there is [[LightThemUp light]]. It also seems to deal with [[ArcanePower magic]].
** Blue: Expectedly, [[MakingASplash water]]. And also [[{{Technopath}} technology]].



* PlayingWithFire: Red, which is heavily fire-based.



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** * '''True Consecutive Blade''': Red only. Like Consecutive Blade, except it can also force Exhausted spirits to battle as well.


* '''Ultimate''': The newest type of creature, it should be noted that these are NOT spirits, and use a different symbol from the usual 6, a Gold star-like one. To summon one, you must meet the conditions for it that are written on the card. Unlike most normal Spirits. They have an ability called '''Ultimate Trigger''', which activates when the Ultimate attacks. The top card of the opponents deck is discarded, and if the cost is lower than the Ultimate, it's a '''hit''' and the Ultimate's effect activates. With certain Ultimates, if the card meets addtional requirements (the "hit" card is a Magic Card, has a cost of 3, etc.), it's a '''Critcal Hit''', and a second effect activates. If the cost is higher than the Ultimate, it's considered a '''Guard''' and nothing happens. They are considered overpowered due to the above mentioned stats and the fact that they're immune to cards that don't specifcially target Ultimates, start at level 3 and go up to 5, and have BPs that can reach around 20,000. Though, they can't be used in cost reductions to summon normal spirits, neither can they they Brave with Braves

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* '''Ultimate''': The newest type of creature, it should be noted that these are NOT spirits, and use a different symbol from the usual 6, a Gold star-like one. To summon one, you must meet the conditions for it that are written on the card. Unlike most normal Spirits. They A large amount of them have an ability called '''Ultimate Trigger''', which activates when the Ultimate attacks. The top card of the opponents deck is discarded, and if the cost is lower than the Ultimate, it's a '''hit''' and the Ultimate's effect activates. With certain Ultimates, if the card meets addtional requirements (the "hit" card is a Magic Card, has a cost of 3, etc.), it's a '''Critcal Hit''', and a second effect activates. If the cost is higher than the Ultimate, it's considered a '''Guard''' and nothing happens. They are considered overpowered due to the above mentioned stats and the fact that they're immune to cards that don't specifcially target Ultimates, start at level 3 and go up to 5, and have BPs that can reach around 20,000. Though, they can't be used in cost reductions to summon normal spirits, neither can they they Brave with Braves



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* '''Soul Core''': A new type of core released with Burning Soul expansions and up. A Soul Core functions like a normal core, however each player can only have ''one'' Soul Core at any time. If it's sent to the void it can still be retrieved. Some Spirits and Ultimates have special abilities if they have a Soul Core on them, while some cards require using it as a cost.
* '''Soul Burst''': If one of your Spirits has Soul Burst and the Set Burst also has it, you may activate it by only paying your Soul Core.
* '''Soul Drive''': Ultimates Only. Soul Drive is a powerful ability that can only be activated if the player is under 4 life. Often these are very powerful abilities, however to activate them they require the player to ''remove their Soul Core from the game'', meaning [[ItOnlyWorksOnce they can only be used once per game]], and removes the other benefits of the Soul Core.
* '''Consecutive Blade''': Red only. Like True Clash, except it attacks two spirits, and each spirit destroyed this way caused it's controller to lose one life.

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