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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.

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Anime Character Selection

See more about the 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-

Card Sets

The latest set, BS45, was released on July 28, 2018. The set, 2nd in the God Advent Saga, will include 122 new cards in the main set (including 6 X-Rares, 2 XX-Rares and 3 10thX-Rares.), in addition to including 12 Revival cards.

Battle Spirits 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

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Featured Card Spotlight
This month's featured card spotlight is a card from the future: The SpaceNinja Baltan Seijin Basical Version, to be released March 19 in the newest collaboration booster BSC24. This card is based on Basical, an alternate version of the ever-popular Baltan Seijin and the antagonist of the Ultraman Cosmos movie. The ruler of the devastated Planet Baltan, he attempted to take over Earth so the multitudes of child Baltans would have a place to live. Just like the character, the card will quickly populate the field and cause trouble for whoever tries to oppose it.

Basical is one of a growing number of unlimited cards. You can have any number of them in a deck, from just one copy to a deck of nothing but Baltans. This effect makes it very easy to use support cards like Baltan Seijin's Clones, which can allow you mass summon Baltans from the trash. On the negative side of this, it's harder to find the right balance when there's no card limit. More copies also means more expendable. Since Basical is only cost 3 with a mere 1000 and 2000 BP at levels 1 and 2, it will easily be destroyed by cost/BP destruction. Since purple regularly summons from the trash anyway, this won't be much of a detriment. But if you'd rather not run out of cards and core, The WindShieldGuardian Tobimaru will save you the cost.

This spirit is also one of the first Purple/Green cards in years. Despite being so complementary (core gain/removal, exhaust spirit/destroy exhausted), it's an extremely rare combination. Perhaps Baltan's duality signals new purple/green support in the near future? Basical is both an Infernal Lord and a Ninja Gale, and can probably receive more support from the latter. For example, The ArmoredMothShinobi Hyakude will prevent bursts from activating while your Baltans attack, and The Blowing Whirlwind is a combination of refresh and exhaust. On the other hand, as Basical can swarm so easily, you can also combine it with The EvilSpear Shutori's effect for quick depletion, or with The MaliciousAlien Mephilas Seijin to deplete on the attack step instead. In summary, Basical's multiple colors and families make it easy to take advantage of some already strong effects.

At LV2, Basical has Bunshin: 1 when destroyed. In short, even if you destroy Basical, there'll be another spirit to replace it. There are a lot of cards that can power up Bunshin spirits with higher BP and more symbols, so Basical's clones can become even more powerful than the original Basical. You can also combine Bunshin with Curse through The Depths of the Nether World, essentially annihilating anything that blocks while giving you another spirit to attack the life with later. It's a powerful end-game combo if it's been set up properly. Basical's true strength lies in how you utilizes its inevitable destruction.

It'd be impossible to talk about Basical without talking about the X-Rare Baltan, The SpaceNinja Baltan Seijin. The Cost 6 Baltan is made to work hand in hand with the Cost 3 Basical. Baltan mass summons other Baltans from the deck (up to 5 at a time, without cost), and if another Cost 6 Baltan is among them, you can even repeat that effect. It's an even faster way to fill the field with spirits. Baltan's LV2 effect is just as helpful, increasing the core in the reserve whenever Ninja Gales, Infernal Lords, or Bunshin spirits attack. That includes both Basical and whatever Bunshins it creates.

The SpaceNinja Baltan Seijin Basical Version is all about the support cards. There are so many choices to make about the type of deck you'd like to make with it -- how many to put in; the balance of purple, green, and any other colors; what kind of families will make up the majority; how much focus to give Bunshin or destruction effects; when to save versus when to sacrifice. There are countless decisions to make when creating a Baltan deck. It's a very complex card to work with, more so than its low cost and BP might suggest at first. But if you're dedicated enough to the kaiju cause, the many Basicals can be powerful allies.

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Latest News

Booster Sets and Starter Decks

  • BS45 was released on July 28th.
  • BSC32 will be released on August 25th.
  • CB06 will be released on September 29th.
  • BS46 will be released on October 27th.
Wiki Poll
What was your favorite Saga?

The poll was created at 16:02 on May 2, 2018, and so far 56 people voted.
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Character of the Month
Usui takeshi

Usui Takeshi is the Green Guardian from Extreme Game and a four-kanji idiom lover. His winning record is one of the worst, together with the Yellow Guardian, his first victory only ocurring 20 episodes into the show. While certainly not the strongest player of the series, one can argue he is the most passionate, as he shed tears upon winning after his long string of losses. He's played Ninja Gale, Siegfried-Vert, Blue-Green Blade Beast and the deck he was proudest of, one that went against the flow of Ninja Gale meta, a deck he simply named "Usui Takeshi," focused on using the Revived The Duke Kingtaurus to stop the opponent from reacting. His winning record might not be the best, but his charisma as a player and entertainer is among the top notch when it comes to Extreme Game.
Past Entries

Latest Episode

Battle Spirits Double Drive Episode 51: The Heroes of Light


Shunta and Yoku struggle to save Spirits World, and Kazuya, before it's too late.

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