Lycèe Trading Card Game

Lycèe Trading Card Game


Tokyo, Japan (JP)
The Lycèe Trading Card Game is a Japanese collectible card game developed by Silver Blitz and published by Broccoli that uses characters from a variety of (mostly) visual novel computer games. Lycée is a French word roughly meaning 'high school'. Most of the cards are given unique, fanmade artwork. The object of the game is to get one's opponent's sixty card deck down to zero, which is mostly done by attacking with character cards.

There are five rarities of cards: common, uncommon, rare, promotional, and lucky. The 'lucky' cards are the most valuable, and may sold for as much as 9,800 yen on Japanese secondary markets. By contrast, 'rare' cards sell for between 50 to 1200 yen.
The Lycèe Trading Card Game is a Japanese collectible card game developed by Silver Blitz and published by Broccoli that uses characters from a variety of (mostly) visual novel computer games. Lycée is a French word roughly meaning 'high school'. Most of the cards are given unique, fanmade artwork. The object of the game is to get one's opponent's sixty card deck down to zero, which is mostly done by attacking with character cards.

There are five rarities of cards: common, uncommon, rare, promotional, and lucky. The 'lucky' cards are the most valuable, and may sold for as much as 9,800 yen on Japanese secondary markets. By contrast, 'rare' cards sell for between 50 to 1200 yen.
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