Trails Trading Card Game promotion cards of Estelle and Joshua Bright
Image courtesy of Nihon Falcom and TCG Corporation

Trails Series Trading Card Game Will Launch in November

TCG Corporation revealed that it will release a new trading card game featuring characters from Nihon Falcom’s Trails series in late November 2024. Even though the series is better known in Japan as Kiseki, the new card game’s logo confirms that it will also use the English title Trails. As such, the new entry’s full title will be Trails Trading Card Game.

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Free promotion cards featuring Estelle and Joshua Bright from Trails in the Sky will also appear in limited numbers. These cards will have an effect that increases each character’s Strength and Defense stats by one when both are present on a player’s field. TCG Corporation and Nihon Falcom will distribute these cards to select card game shops, as well as the Trails Series 20th Anniversary Exhibitions held across Japan from June 21, 2024.

The company will only sell booster packs for this Trails series card game, but it assured that players can form a deck by just opening five of those packs. A single booster pack will contain eight cards and cost 500 yen before tax. TCG Corporation will also sell a box containing eight packs, an in-carton containing six boxes, and an out-carton that includes four in-cartons. The price for each set will correspond to the number of packs included inside.

Trails Trading Card Game will be available in Japan on November 29, 2024. TCG Corporation will start accepting pre-orders for the card game packs on June 21, 2024.

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