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Red Blade of Light Red

Gameplay wise Red is one of the most simple colors to use in the game similarly to the design in the games it's based on, focusing on swarming the field with Cost 2 and 1 units to both trigger effects to create hand advantage and field control alongside general support abilities that allow said low cost units to be capable of striking down your oponent's units and pressure them into having to redirect attacks from your MC to the rest of your units while using it's tools to be able to repopulate the field as soon as possible when needed via both skills and their low cost.

Red card characters hail from the continent of Archanea, originally formed by the nations of The Holy Kingdom of Archanea, Altea, Gra, Aurelis, Macedon, Talys, Dohlr, Khadein, Grust, Pyrathi, and Chiasmir it was eventually united by Marth at the end of the War of Heroes forming the United Kingdom of Archanea by either conquering or being handled the control of each nation during the events of said war.
The cards are formed by various allies Marth, prince of Altea and indirect male descentant of the hero Anri and thus inheritor of the legendary blade Falchion which bestows upon it's wielder the task to defeat Medeus, recruited during his journey in both the War of Shadows and the War of Heroes alongside a few foes he had to bitterly fight against his own will due to Gharnef's machinations in his desire to take over the continent via re-establishing the Dohlr Empire.
These events develop through the first and third Fire Emblem games alongside their remakes (the eleventh and twelfth games in the series), '"Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light"' (Or just '"Shadow Dragon"' for it's remake) and '"Mystery of the Emblem"' ('"New Mystery of the Emblem, Heroes of Light and Shadow"' on it's remake) which told the events of the War of Shadows and the War of Heroes respectively as Marth goes on his journey to complete the Shield of Seals with the Orbs which contain various powers of the Divine Dragon Naga so it becomes the Fire Emblem alongside finishing Gharnef and Medeus once and for all.
Recently it's cast also features characters from '"Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE"', an spin-off game developed by Atlus for the WiiU on the vein of the '"Persona 3 and 4"' games.