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Welcome to the Battle Spirits Wiki

Battle Spirits, (バトルスピリッツ) is a two-player collectible card game developed by Bandai, Sunrise Inc, and Carddass. The card game is part of the Battle Spirits franchise which revolves around several anime series, manga and the merchandise of toys and video games. Battle Spirits is similar to the TCG Duel Masters but is more evolved as it involves a core system which is used as a resource system for your players. I would like to welcome you to this wiki and I hope that you can be part of our community.

The goal of this wiki is to list every card, set, trivia, gallery, ruling, type of Deck, tournament structure and every anime, manga and video game. If you're a committed Battle Spirits player, or just stopping by, feel free to add in little details to the appropriate sections on this Wiki.

Thank you.
All rights for images used on this wiki belong to Bandai, Sunrise Inc, and Carddass.

Where to go next?

Learn the game: Visit the How to Play section or Q&A.

Check rules: Visit Official Rulings Q&A.

Find a card: Visit catnav. You can also check out List of Categories for a list of categories you can use.

Read stories behind the cards: Visit Flavor Text.

For more navigations: Click here.

Start editing: Please check out How to Make an Article if you're not sure what to do.

Recent Changes

With the mass migration, the wiki undergoes a lot of changes, and many functions disappeared. We understand that it can be a hassle for all users, and so we are doing our best to recreate the wiki as similar as before. Do tell us if you believe there is something that should be changed. We are as new as you are in this new environment. The following is a list of functions that we have recreated.


1) "Recent Wiki Activity" is officially changed to "Recent Change", but we've also inputted the old format in. You can get there by clicking here. Or, you can also get there by checking the toolbar at the very bottom of your screen.

Anime

-Battle Spirits Shounen Toppa Bashin-
-Battle Spirits Shounen Gekiha Dan-
-Battle Spirits Brave-
-Battle Spirits Heroes-
-Battle Spirits Sword Eyes-
-Battle Spirits Saikyo Ginga Ultimate Zero-
-Battle Spirits Burning Soul-
-Battle Spirits Double Drive-
-Battle Spirits Saga Brave-
-Battle Spirits: Gallet's Revolution-
-Battle Spirits: Mirage-

Card Sets

The latest set, BS57, was released on July 31, 2021. The set, 2nd in the True Rebirth Saga, will include 108 new cards in the main set (including 9 X-Rares, 2 XX-Rares and 3 Rebirth X-Rares.), in addition to including 10 Campaign cards.

Battle Spirits Main Card Sets

BS01 | BS02 | BS03 | BS04 | BS05 | BS06
BS07 | BS08 | BS09 | BS10 | BS11 | BS12
BS13 | BS14 | BS15 | BS16 | BS17 | BS18
BS19 | BS20 | BS21 | BS22 | BS23 | BS24
BS25 | BS26 | BS27 | BS28 | BS29 | BS30
BS31 | BS32 | BS33 | BS34 | BS35 | BS36
BS37 | BS38 | BS39 | BS40 | BS41 | BS42
BS43 | BS44 | BS45 | BS46 | BS47 | BS48
BS49 | BS50 | BS51 | BS52 | BS53 | BS54
BS55 | BS56 | BS57


See all

Featured Card Spotlight
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Once again published on the very last day of the month, this month’s featured card is The PhantomDemon Jugglus Juggler[Ultra Kaiju 2020] from CB18, another one of those generic cards which everyone put their attention on ever since its reveal. Its Burst effect consists of returning opposing Spirits, Ultimates, or Nexuses to the bottom of the deck for each card in the opposing hand, which is extremely similar to the Soul Burst effect of The DarkStones MachineBeastDeity Fenrig. With the limitation of Fenrig, it is no surprise that players attempt to find a replacement, and while not perfect, Juggler proves to be the closest choice. The booster boxes were only released last weekend and its price was already spiking among the other cards.


One may wonder why Juggler is deemed to be more worthy than other cards when they can also mass clear the opposing field. Of course, the versatility of being a Burst is one factor, but there are more. To add onto that versatility, as mentioned before, the owner can choose to target Spirits, Ultimates, and Nexuses all within one effect, giving them a bigger chance to turn the table around. Many mass-removal cards are doing worse than the players first expected because each of them is limited to removing only one card type. Juggler being able to target three card types at once easily reigns over them. Solely focusing on the returning effect, the lack of conditions also proves to be extremely useful against “big” cards, such as those with high BP or high cost, or if the opponent is cautious enough to put a lot of cores onto a single card. Most Nexus immunity nowadays are also only protecting against destruction, so Juggler can easily ignore those effects. Not to mention being a Cost 6 card bypasses all the current Barrage effects. The player can easily turn the table around by removing the most threatening card on the opposing field. The Burst condition is also a major factor for Juggler’s versatility, as no matter at what time or age, each color will always have effects which add cards to the hand, making Juggler a very easy Burst to activate.


The level one effect of changing symbols to Purple, while not as versatile as The ChosenSearcher Alex, means that Juggler can find its worth staying on the field for at least White and Purple decks. According to the Japanese wiki, the dual colors are a representation of his role in the series Ultraman Zett, where he sometimes supports Ultraman Zett, who is assigned to the White color in CB18; while the Purple color is a representation of him being a non-Ultraman alien, as well as him often borrowing the power of kaijus. Unfortunately, I am not that huge of an Ultraman fan, so I do not quite understand the references here.


The level two effect is a common Purple effect, but can be considered unique if put on Juggler, as again, being a Burst card means the effect can be used in any decks. In decks of other colors, it can help lower the levels of the opposing Spirits and Ultimates for easier targets for other effects. In Purple decks, Juggler can brave to Braves which have core removal effects, combining the two effects to become a complete core removal from an opposing Spirit or Ultimate. Refresh effect is always good, nothing much to add on here.


Of course, Juggler still faces all kinds of Burst counters, especially since it does not have immunity. Nowadays, immunity effects are also getting more common, so during late-game when the opponent has set up their board, Juggler may not be as useful as expected. But well, the set was only released for around a week, so who knows what the creative players can develop with this card. Also, everyone has to have that one feel-good moment when the opponent draws more than five cards with Teppounanafushi.

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Booster Sets and Starter Decks

Character of the Month
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Kousuke-kun a.k.a "The Herald of Horus" a.k.a "Green Guardian of 2040" a.k.a "Blessed reveals only if you reply with 'here comes the age of fatso'" a.k.a "Killer of Underage Killers" a.k.a "The Man who Plays Horus like a Sara deck."
Past Entries
Latest Episode

Battle Spirits Gallet's Revolution Episode 5: Wisdom

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Gallet is ready to battle Vizarga, while Varte is declaring a war against humans and mazoku.

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