Welcome to the first Fire Emblem Cipher S15 Weekly Recap! Cipher Series 15, Shining World, will be coming out in Japan in a little over a month. The set contains cards from New Mystery, Conquest, Genealogy, Thracia 776, and TMS#FE. As we gear up towards the set release, @fecipher will be sharing cards every weekday.
Most of the cards for this week’s reveals, like most of the cards in the set, are for New Mystery. The very first reveals showed base versions of male Kris and Katarina. We also get to see gorgeous joined-art R foil cards for Marth and Kris! The final card features the two heroes together in the battle against Medeus, who appears between them.
The final Archanean card for this week is also S15 first SR card! It features an adorable Tiki drawn by Tetsu Kurosawa.
We also got to see a handful of cards for the other colours in the set. Representing Nohr, Female Corrin appears in both her human and dragon form. These cards are very similar to the first Male Corrin cards revealed for S14. Additionally, Leif and Seliph are here to represent their respective games. Both cards also feature supporting characters in the background.
These are all the cards we’ve seen so far, but more will be coming soon in this weekend’s Autumn Livestream! It will air tomorrow,10 November, via NicoNico and YouTube Live starting at 8:00pm JST (11:00am UTC).
As usual, Ryota Kawade and Young will be hosting. Satomi Satou (VA for F!Corrin) and Hibiku Yamamura (VA for Rinea and Shade) will also be joining in as guests. As a seasonal stream, we can also expect news regarding upcoming sets and perhaps a first look at some new Fire Emblem merchandise.
For those who can’t watch along live, we will post an article showing the streams highlights the following week.
That’s all we have for now! Cipher Series 15 will release next month on 13 December. In the meantime, it’ll be an exciting month of news, reveals, and speculation. For further discussion about Cipher, feel free to join us in the Cipher subforum on the forums! You can also check out the Cipher Wiki for translations of the cards and more detailed information.