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Cipher Autumn 2018 Livesteam: New S11 Cards, S12 Artwork, & S13 Announcement!

This past weekend, the Fire Emblem Cipher team hosted the Cipher Autumn 2018 Livesteam over NicoNico! Ryota Kawade and Young hosted the stream as usual. Joining them was voice actress Juri Kimura, the voice of both Mozu and Nyx from Fire Emblem Fates and Yuzu from Fire Emblem Echoes.

The main focus of the stream was to show off some additional cards for the latest upcoming series: S11, Glorious Twinstrike. The set features cards from The Sacred Stones, Fire Emblem Echoes, and Fire Emblem Warriors, and releases on 7 December.

In addition to showing off cards, we also got to see some new Fire Emblem merchandise, as also news and images for upcoming Cipher releases and events. Read on below for a full look at everything new from the stream!

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Cipher S11 Weekly Recap: First Daily Reveals!

With Series 11 of Fire Emblem Cipher releasing in a month, daily reveals from @fecipher have started this past week! They began with some introductory cards for each portion of the set. We’ve previously seen the art for Eirika and Ephraim from The Sacred Stones and Rowan and Lianna from Fire Emblem Warriors, but now we get to see the cards in full.

We also get a lovely panorama of joined-art cards featuring Celica, Alm, and Valbar from Fire Emblem Echoes. The artwork for the card is based on the original Gaiden box art.

After the introductory cards, we got a few more foil cards from the set, including two Overclasses from Echoes. Harrier Faye will be released as an R card while Enchantress Delthea gets both an SR and an alternate art SR+! Presumably we’ll see a few more Overclasses in further cards in the set.

Finally, we also get to see the SR promoted cards for Eirika and Ephraim. They share with a beautiful joined art drawn by Sachiko Wada, the original FE8 artist. These cards also introduce the new “Twin Skills” mechanic that reflects their strong bond with each other.

Many more S11 cards were revealed during the Autumn Livesteam which aired this weekend. I’ll be posting a full breakdown of the livestream, including all the new cards and some exciting Cipher news, later this week.

Cipher Series 11 will release next month on 7 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.

Cipher Series 11 Introduction & Pre-Orders + Autumn Livestream Details

As autumn approaches, so does the next series of Fire Emblem Cipher! For fans of the card game, it’s time to turn our attention to Series 11, which releases on 7 December.

Titled Glorious Twinstrike, this set finally introduces the last missing Fire Emblem world to Cipher: Magvel from The Sacred Stones. We also get some cards featuring characters from the recently-released Fire Emblem Warriors, as well as a return to Valentia with cards from Fire Emblem Echoes.

S11 was first announced a few months ago, and since then, we’ve gotten a fair amount of news and artwork for the set. Read on below for a look at everything we know so far, including some links to pre-order cards and sleeves for the set, and also information about the upcoming Autumn Livestream and when we can expect to see our first card reveals.

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Cipher Series 10 Pre-Release Livestream!

This past Saturday, the Fire Emblem Cipher team held another successful livestream over NicoNico! Ryota Kawade (Cipher Producer) and Young (Intelligent Systems) were joined once again by Eri Suzuki (voice of Soleil, Delthea, and Emma) to start off the show.

The main focus of the stream was to show off cards from Series 10, Crossroads, which releases this week on 21 September. The set contains cards from Thracia 776, Fates, and Fire Emblem Heroes. We also got to have some fun with a few other guests, and get a few more tidbits of news and art for upcoming Cipher sets and events.

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