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Vanguard ZERO

  • AICHI SENDOU CV:Tsubasa Yonaga

    The male protagonist of the story.
    Timid and nervous, but kind-hearted.
    He used to be bullied, but after encountering "Vanguard",
    Aichi became positive and continues to mature as a person. He respects Kai, and sets his sights on getting recognition from him by battling him.


    Royal Paladin

  • TOSHIKI KAI CV:Takuya Sato

    Though he hasn't participated in tournaments,
    Kai's skills as a Vanguard Fighter are considered to be top-notch.
    Kai used to be bright and kind, But when he reappeared in front of Aichi, he seems to have become cold and distant.



  • KAMUI KATSURAGI CV:Shizuka Ishikawa

    An energetic vanguard fighter in elementary school
    who can mow down the likes of even his middle
    and high school seniors.
    Kamui fell in love with Emi at first sight, Aichi's younger sister, and often refers to Aichi as Big Brother.
    Despite being verbally brash, Kamui has a good heart by nature.


    Nova Grappler

  • MISAKI TOKURA CV:Izumi Kitta

    A high school student working at the card shop "Card Capital".
    However, she doesn't have much interest in card games.
    Fearless and straightforward, she often makes direct remarks that intimidate some people.
    To many people's surprise, she exhibits an unexpected talent for Vanguard as a new player.


    Oracle Think Tank


    Leader of Team Asteroid, who were the champions at the National tournament, winning with overwhelming strength. The disparity in power is a great draw for the viewers. He has an elusive personality and no one knows what he thinks in his heart


    Shadow Paladin

  • TETSU SHINJOU CV:Tetsu Inada

    In Team Asteroid, his power and fame is second only to Ren. His nickname “General”, along with his grim demeanor, makes him a fearsome fighter. He is the only person who knows the past of Ren and Kai.


    Dark Irregulars

  • ASAKA NARUMI CV:Hitomi Nabatame

    A fighter whose beautiful appearance belies her ominous nickname, “Assassin”. Each fight is as merciless as they are splendid and precise. She adores Ren, and has sworn absolute loyalty to him.


    Pale Moon

  • Kyou Yahagi CV:Akeno Watanabe

    A member of Team Asteroid know as the “Crusher”,
    because of how he totally annihilates his opponents, to the point of crushing their spirits. He has absolute confidence in his abilities and tends to look down on other fighters.


    Spike Brothers

  • Sours:



    The popular TCG "Cardfight!! Vanguard" debuts as a Card Battle RPG on mobile! Experience the new world of Vanguard with the mobile optimized "Vanguard ZERO Rules"!

    Aichi Sendou, the protagonist of the story, is just another timid and inconspicuous junior high school boy.
    In his dull and unassuming life, Aichi had but one support: "Blaster Blade", a TCG game card that he received as a child. When he started battling with the card, his life took a dramatic turn.
    Fascinated by the allure of Vanguard, he meets companions like Misaki Tokura and Kamui Katsuragi through Vanguard Fights, and many other rivals as well.

    A Card Battle RPG where you can enjoy a single player campaign as well as PVP battles!
    A Story Mode that faithfully reproduces the world of the original "Cardfight!! Vanguard" animation series!
    PVP Mode optimized with "Vanguard ZERO Rules" for mobile devices!
    "My Room" feature where you have the freedom to create your unique room, and have your favorite characters hang out!
    Experience the many other attractions Vanguard has to offer!

    "Vanguard ZERO" is a mobile game anyone can enjoy, whether you're already a fan, or completely new to "Cardfight!! Vanguard"!

    Free (with in-app purchases)

    This application uses "Live2D" technology from Live2D Inc.

    Version 1.42.0

    ・Added Story data
    ・Added event data
    ・Added Gacha data
    ・Added fight skin data
    ・Added time-limited mission data

    Ratings and Reviews

    4.7 out of 5

    5.9K Ratings

    Great games, plus a few suggestion

    I like your games so far I play it religiously. Ever you thought to make buddyfight game too like this games. And in this few thing I notice, the card is hard to get and not all of it included in this games. I haven’t seen legion from gold paladin, shadow paladin or link joker. It would be much better if you have those card from that clan.
    There is a issues when playing that game, unfair one. You have some way to categorize fight, it doesn’t really come to sense limit break vs legion. In anyway obviously legion will win, unless somehow you lucky enough to draw critical or healing trigger and defeats your opponent before either survive legion attack.
    Your system should detect which deck come from, so deck with limit break will face limit break. Sometimes most of it player often play with legion because it is the latest one.

    And for another suggestion, I have idea perhaps you should add sparing mode (player vs com). Mode that allowed you to practice with character you want up against, and in this mode the more you win the more stronger your deck will be and give you a chance to unbeatable.
    And perhaps add tournament mode like VF circuit and any tournament in anime. Player vs famous character on anime or other player.
    And for getting card, beside gacha maybe you should add card shop, player can buy a card with item or something. Store would sell ten random card from all clan, and it will be changing every four hour.

    Pay to win

    Vanguard already is laced with a few problems inherently as a card game. Extremely luck dependent due to triggers that occur randomly and drastically alter the state of the game(it is fun tho, but card games are already laden with luck issues). And a sort of pay wall to play viable decks, more so than other major card games like Pokémon, yugioh, and some others(not sure about magic).

    And this mobile version of the game carries those same problems but worse. At least in real life you can buy specific cards you need for a deck. In this game crafting elements are split in 3 rarities and then further divided between clans. Unlike TEPPEN where you only have one element for crafting this game has a ton, and they require either hundreds, no maybe thousands of gacha pulls! (copies of cards beyond 4 get turned into the materials) The other way to get materials is grinding. Which is normal for free to play games, but the amount of time spent grinding for good cards is ridiculous. The easiest way to “git gud” is to just pay for crystals to use on card packs which ain’t cheap. I literally opened 120 packs on the latest banner and was barely able to make TWO decent decks. Oh and banners have 4 or 5 different clans so that also makes it hard to build specific decks too.

    Overall the game is fun. But these hurdles to actually play, is a little too high.

    Vanguard but not really...

    Alright so I was really excited about this game when it was announced because I wanted a virtual cardfight option to build and test decks. Then I tried it...and I was disappointed. It’s a real shame too because it gives you anime vibes playing it. When it loads it plays anime scenes or soundtracks helping you get into it. You can set your favorite character as your home character to interact with. Of course you get to play your favorite clans too. not expect it to be the game your familiar with. From the little bit I played, triggers aren’t a thing at least not how your familiar with. Triggers are now attached to grade 3 units. Grade 2 intercepts also different because you HAVE to attack a grade 2 because instead of the opponent using their intercept to guard with. They intercept by making you attack them before you can attack the vanguard by no choice of your own. It also seems like you get a boost from every unit you drive check too. It’s just horrible, no one should honestly play this game if you’ve never played before because it’s not how vanguard really plays at all. So if you wish to play an entirely different game that has nothing to do with the actual card game go for it. However I am severely put off by the fact it doesn’t even try to remain consistent with the actual game.

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    Cardfight!! Vanguard

    Japanese media franchise

    Vg new logo.png

    Logo of Cardfight!! Vanguard

    Created byBushiroad
    Akira Itō
    Directed byHatsuki Tsuji
    Produced byAtsuyuki Takada
    Hayato Saga
    Ryōta Katō
    Shigeru Saitō
    Shigeto Nihei
    Written byTatsuhiko Urahata
    Music byTakayuki Negishi
    StudioTMS Entertainment
    Studio Sakimakura (#34–65)
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run January 8, 2011 – March 31, 2012
    Episodes65 (List of episodes)
    Written byAkira Itō
    Published byKadokawa Shoten
    English publisherVertical
    MagazineKerokero Ace, Monthly Bushiroad
    Original runNovember 26, 2010 – April 8, 2017
    Directed byHatsuki Tsuji
    Produced byAtsuyuki Takada
    Hayato Saga
    Ryōta Katō
    Shigeru Saitō
    Shigeto Nihei
    Written byTatsuhiko Urahata
    Music byTakayuki Negishi
    StudioTMS Entertainment
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run April 8, 2012 – January 2, 2013
    Episodes39 (List of episodes)
    Directed byHatsuki Tsuji
    Produced byAtsuyuki Takada
    Hayato Saga
    Ryōta Katō
    Shigeru Saitō
    Shigeto Nihei
    Written byTatsuhiko Urahata
    Music byTakayuki Negishi
    StudioTMS Entertainment
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run January 13, 2013 – March 2, 2014
    Episodes59 (List of episodes)
    Written byQuily
    Published byKadokawa Shoten
    MagazineKerokero Ace, Monthly Bushiroad
    Original runSeptember 2013 – present
    Original run April 6, 2013 – December 14, 2013
    Episodes37 (List of episodes)
    Directed byHatsuki Tsuji
    Produced byAtsuyuki Takada
    Hayato Saga
    Ryōta Katō
    Shigeru Saitō
    Shigeto Nihei
    Written byTatsuhiko Urahata
    Music byTakayuki Negishi
    StudioTMS Entertainment
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    Original run March 9, 2014 – October 19, 2014
    Episodes33 (List of episodes)
    Directed byTakashi Motoki (live-action)
    Shin Itagaki (animation)
    Written byMayori Sekijima
    StudioLiden Films(animation)
    Ace Crew Entertainment (live-action)
    ReleasedSeptember 13, 2014 (2014-09-13)
    Runtime72 minutes
    Directed byYui Umemoto
    Produced byAtsuyuki Takada
    Hayato Saga
    Ryōta Katō
    Shigeru Saitō
    Shigeto Nihei
    Written byKiyoko Yoshimura
    Music byMamoru Mori
    StudioTMS/Double Eagle
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run October 26, 2014 – October 4, 2015
    Episodes48 (List of episodes)
    Directed byYui Umemoto
    Produced byAtsuyuki Takada
    Hayato Saga
    Ryōta Katō
    Shigeru Saitō
    Shigeto Nihei
    Written byKiyoko Yoshimura
    Music byMamoru Mori
    StudioTMS/Double Eagle
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run October 11, 2015 – April 10, 2016
    Episodes26 (List of episodes)
    Directed byYui Umemoto
    Written byKiyoko Yoshimura
    Music byMamoru Mori
    StudioTMS/Double Eagle
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run April 17, 2016 – September 25, 2016
    Episodes24 (List of episodes)
    Directed byItsuro Kawasaki
    Written byKiyoko Yoshimura
    Music byMamoru Mori
    StudioOLM, Inc.
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    English network
    Original run October 2, 2016 – October 1, 2017
    Episodes52 (List of episodes)
    Directed byNobuhiro Kondo
    Written byKiyoko Yoshimura
    Music byKazushi Miyakoda
    Shigeru Yamamoto
    StudioOLM, Inc.
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi, AT-X
    Original run October 8, 2017 – April 1, 2018
    Episodes24 (List of episodes)
    Directed byItsuro Kawasaki
    Written byMasanao Akahoshi
    StudioOLM, Inc.
    Original networkTokyo MX, TV Aichi
    English network
    Original run May 5, 2018 – May 4, 2019
    Episodes52 (List of episodes)
    Directed byItsuro Kawasaki
    Written byMasanao Akahoshi
    StudioOLM, Inc.
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi
    Original run May 11, 2019 – August 10, 2019
    Episodes14 (List of episodes)
    Directed byItsuro Kawasaki
    Written byMasanao Akahoshi
    StudioOLM, Inc.
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi
    Original run August 24, 2019 – March 28, 2020
    Episodes31 (List of episodes)
    Directed byItsuro Kawasaki
    Written byMasanao Akahoshi
    StudioOLM, Inc.
    Original networkTV Tokyo, TV Aichi
    Original run May 30, 2020 – November 28, 2020
    Directed byKen Mori
    Licensed byBushiroad
    Original networkTV Aichi, TV Tokyo, TV Hokkaido, TV Osaka, TV Setouchi, TVQ
    Original run April 3, 2021 – present
    Wikipe-tan face.svg Anime and manga portal

    Cardfight!! Vanguard (Japanese: カードファイト!! ヴァンガード, Hepburn: Kādofaito!! Vangādo) is a Japanese multimedia franchise created in collaboration among Akira Itō, Satoshi Nakamura, Mitsuhisa Tamura, and Bushiroad president Takaaki Kidani. It currently consists of multiple animetelevision series, an official trading card game, a manga series, and an anime/live action film.


    In July 2010, an anime television series was green-lit by TMS Entertainment[1] under the directorial supervision of Hatsuki Tsuji. Music is composed by Takayuki Negishi with character designs provided by Mari Tominaga. The series began airing in Japan on TV Aichi beginning on January 8, 2011 and rebroadcast by AT-X, TV Tokyo, TV Osaka, and TV Setouchi systems. The media-streaming website Crunchyroll simulcasted the first season to the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and Ireland.[2] Crunchyroll began streaming the second season to the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom on June 30, 2012[3] and continues to stream the series. It was announced on November 17, 2013 that Hanabee Entertainment has licensed the anime[4] and released it on March 5, 2014 in Australia and New Zealand.[5]

    The series continued for three additional seasons: Cardfight!! Vanguard: Asia Circuit, which began airing on April 8, 2012; Cardfight!! Vanguard: Link Joker on January 13, 2013;[6] and Cardfight!! Vanguard: Legion Mate on March 9, 2014.[7] An anime/live action film was released on September 13, 2014 in Japan.[8]

    Cardfight!! Vanguard G ran from October 26, 2014 to October 5, 2015.[9] It was followed by Cardfight!! Vanguard G: GIRS Crisis on October 11, 2015.[10]Cardfight!! Vanguard G: Stride Gate aired from April 17, 2016 to September 25, 2016.[11] It was followed by Cardfight!! Vanguard G: NEXT from October 2, 2016 to October 1, 2017, which OLM, Inc. started producing the series. It was followed by Cardfight!! Vanguard G: Z, which aired from October 8, 2017 to April 1, 2018.[12] It is the last series in the original chronology as the next series Cardfight!! Vanguard (2018) is a reboot of the original series. The reboot started airing on May 5, 2018 and ended on May 4, 2019. It was followed by Cardfight!! Vanguard: High School Arc Cont. which aired from May 11, 2019 to August 10, 2019.[13] A Bermuda Triangle spinoff series called Colorful Pastrale ~from Bermuda △~ which aired from January 12, 2019 to March 30, 2019.[14][15] A prequel series Cardfight!! Vanguard: Shinemon started airing on August 24, 2019. Cardfight!! Vanguard Gaiden if was originally scheduled to premiere on April 25, 2020.[16][17] In April 2020, it was announced that the anime was delayed to May 30 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[18][19]

    A new anime series Cardfight!! Vanguard overDress produced by Kinema Citrus, Wisp-o'-Animation, and Studio Jemi premiered in April 3, 2021.[20] A third and fourth season has been announced.[21]


    Main article: List of Cardfight!! Vanguard episodes

    See also: List of Cardfight!! Vanguard characters

    Season 1

    Aichi Sendou is a timid young boy in his third year of junior high school. The one thing that keeps him going is his trading card Blaster Blade from Cardfight!! Vanguard, a trading card game that takes place on a different planet called "Cray" and is popular throughout the world. When Aichi's Blaster Blade is stolen by his classmate Katsumi Morikawa, he chases him to a local card shop named Card Capital. There, Aichi has his first cardfight with Toshiki Kai, an aloof and cold-hearted high schooler who has outstanding abilities and who originally gave Aichi his Blaster Blade when Aichi was little. Aichi wins the fight, reclaiming Blaster Blade, and begins to enjoy a fulfilling life as he delves deeper into Vanguard. Aichi's primary goal throughout the series is to become a stronger fighter, so he can once again battle Kai and have him recognize his worth. Aichi eventually places high enough at a local tournament to join with Kai, Misaki Tokura, and Kamui Katsuragi to form Team Quadrifoglio ("Q4" for short). Together, they enter regional and national tournaments to test their skills against fighters from all over Japan. Aichi's principal rival becomes Ren Suzugamori, a powerful but despicable cardfighter who is the leader of the reigning national champion team. Ren eventually makes Aichi awaken a power that Ren also possesses: Psyqualia, a psychic-like ability that lets its user foresee victory in cardfights. However, Aichi's usage of Psyqualia slowly distorts him into becoming a dark person like Ren. Thanks to Kai's efforts, Aichi decides to no longer use Psyqualia and reverts to his normal self. When Aichi battles Ren at the finals of the national championships, it is revealed that Cray is real, and Psyqualia is the power given to those who will determine Cray's future. Aichi manages to reconcile his good-natured personality with his dark desires to become stronger. Simultaneously on Cray, the Royal Paladin characters depicted in Aichi's cards resolve their conflict with Ren's Shadow Paladins. Aichi defeats Ren, and Team Q4 becomes the national champions of Japan. The season concludes with Aichi's Psyqualia mysteriously vanishing and Kai fulfilling Aichi's wish to cardfight him again.

    Season 2: Asia Circuit

    Shortly after Q4 wins the national tournament, a strange phenomenon occurs when Aichi meets a young boy named Takuto Tatsunagi. The Royal Paladin, Shadow Paladin, and Kagero clans of Vanguard have been wiped from existence, and due to this, Aichi's Royal Paladin deck has been changed to Gold Paladin. Aichi reunites with Q4 (excluding Kai) and travels across Asia to participate in the Vanguard Fight Circuit, an invitational multi-stage tournament featuring the world's best cardfighters, for the opportunity to meet and seek answers from the sponsor, Takuto. Throughout the circuit, Aichi, whose Psyqualia has reactivated, encounters a mix of familiar friends and new rivals. One noteworthy rival is Team Dreadnought's Leon Soryu, a man possessing Psyqualia who is on a mission to lead the second coming of both his family and the long-lost Aqua Force clan. After losing at the Singapore, Seoul, and Hong Kong Stages of the VF Circuit, Q4 finally manages to win the Japan Stage and meet with Takuto, who reveals that a dark entity known as Void is currently threatening the planet Cray. Furthermore, Leon is exposed as having made an alliance with Void, allowing the three clans to be sealed away in exchange for Void's promise to return Aqua Force to power. In a final confrontation, Aichi defeats Leon, who had absorbed Void's power. With a reformed Leon's help, Aichi uses his Gold Paladins to drive Void out of Cray and subsequently free the captured clans. The VF Circuit concludes with Q4 crowned as the winning team. Afterward, life returns to normal, except that Aichi now has a new deck featuring his signature Royal Paladin units as Gold Paladins.

    Season 3: Link Joker

    Months have passed after the VF Circuit, and the members of Team Q4 have drifted apart. Aichi enters his first year of high school at Miyaji Academy, where the instructors and students focus on looking towards the future and studying. Aichi thinks Vanguard can be a future that people can believe in, and he tries to establish a Cardfight Club on campus. Despite the interference of the Student Council, he manages to recruit the requisite five members for the club: Kourin Tatsunagi, Naoki Ishida, Shingo Komoi, and Misaki, who is also a Miyaji Academy student but was reluctant to join the club. During Aichi's inaugural appearance at the VF High School Championship, his team defeats Kai's team but loses to Ren's team. Kai remarks on how much stronger both Aichi and Ren have become. The second major story arc of the season revolves around an extraterrestrial entity called "Link Joker", the clan which is the avatar of Void. Various fighters become corrupted by Void's power and turn into "Reversed" fighters driven to seek out stronger opponents and bring them under Void's influence. Kai visits Takuto to seek answers, and in a moment of weakness while cardfighting the Reversed Takuto, he allows himself to become Reversed in exchange for additional power. More and more cardfighters around the world become Reversed, including several of Aichi's friends. Although Ren and Leon manage to fend off and free their respective comrades from Reverse, Aichi is unaware of what is happening until he sees Reversed Takuto announcing the end of the world. At first hesitant to face his Reversed friends, especially Kai, Aichi eventually resolves himself to fight them to save the world. After many battles, Aichi and his friends emerge victorious over Link Joker, but at the cost of losing the original Takuto. Moreover, Aichi faces Kai in one last fight to decide the strongest fighter. In the end, Aichi wins after Kai realizes what a true friend Aichi has been for him.

    Season 4: Legion Mate

    Several days after the mortal battle against Link Joker, life seems to have returned to normal. However, Aichi Sendou, the hero who saved the earth from the invasion of Link Joker and Void, has disappeared, and Kai, his closest friend ("mate"), seems to be the only person who remembers him. After receiving a Royal Paladin deck containing a new version of Aichi's avatar card Blaster Blade, Kai sets out not only to remind everyone about Aichi but also find him. Kai manages to gather other comrades who remember Aichi: Naoki, Misaki, his classmate Miwa, and Kamui. However, Kai realizes that Kourin is also missing. His investigation leads to the discovery of four magically-gifted cardfighters called the Quatre Knights: Olivier Gaillard, Phillip Neve, Rati Curti, and Raul Serra, who intend to stop anyone finding Aichi. Ren gives Kai a tip to Aichi's location where he discovers that Kourin is allied with the Quatre Knights, and Aichi was behind both the memory loss and the Quatre Knights. Kourin defeats Kai using her Link Joker deck and takes Blaster Blade. During training with Leon, Kai gains new resolve and returns to using a Kagero deck.

    Naoki spies Serra's butler Morris entering a portal leading to a sanctuary on the moon where Aichi is located. Kai and his friends are confronted by Serra when they enter the sanctuary. They learn that in order to awaken Aichi they must defeat the four Quatre knights to break the four seals, but if they lose in the sanctuary they lose their memories of Aichi. Naoki defeats Serra, but Misaki, Kamui, and Miwa all lose to the three other Knights. With only Kai and Naoki remaining, Kai battles Gaillard, who blames Kai for the Link Joker incident and will not allow him to free Aichi because of it. Despite this, Kai defeats Gaillard, releasing the second seal. Suddenly, Serra arrives and uses his ice magic to imprison Kai, Naoki, and Gaillard. It is then that Gaillard reveals the truth; a Link Joker "seed" was implanted inside Aichi's body after he defeated Reversed Takuto. To contain the seed, Aichi now wants to seal himself away in the sanctuary with the Quatre Knights as his guardians. However, Serra reveals that his plan all along was to use Kai and his friends to weaken the seals, release the seed within Aichi, and obtain its power all for himself. Ren and Leon arrive and free Kai, Gaillard, and Naoki, but not before Serra has Neve fight Aichi while he battles Rati, releasing the remaining seals. Having discovered the meaning of "mates" thanks to Kai and Aichi, Gaillard finds new resolve and defeats Serra, stripping him of his powers and banishing him from the sanctuary. With Serra gone, Gaillard resets his sights towards Kai and fights him again. Kai defeats Gaillard again and then faces Aichi for a final battle. After Kai makes Aichi realize that sealing himself away was wrong, Kai defeats him. The Link Joker seed then tries to implant itself into Kai's body but is then broken apart by Blaster Blade. Nevertheless, the shattered pieces of the seed enter the bodies of each of Aichi's friends and will grow benign over time. Afterwards, Aichi, Kai, and the rest of their friends return to their normal lives. Aichi and Kai face each other in one last shop tournament, and despite the different paths they will take in the future, they know they will meet again as long as they keep playing Vanguard.

    G Season 1

    Set 3 years later after the events of Legion Mate, the story follows Chrono Shindou, an apathetic teenager who finds a Vanguard deck and a map in his school locker one day. Following the map, he is led to Card Capital 2, a card shop where he meets Kamui Katsuragi who works part-time there. After being taught how to play Vanguard and winning his first fight against Kamui, Chrono begins his venture in the world of Vanguard. Chrono finds Vanguard enjoyable, so he decides to return to Card Capital 2, where he takes up a quest and becomes a Grade 1 fighter. Then, he meets and fights Kouji Ibuki, who reveals that Chrono is and always has been completely alone. As a result, Ibuki crushes Chrono with no difficulty and refuses to even tell Chrono his name until Chrono becomes stronger. Over the next few days, Chrono meets and befriends Shion Kiba and Tokoha Anjou. Chrono also makes an acquaintance of Mamoru Anjou, the Kagero clan leader, and Jaime Alcaraz, the Spanish ace of the European League.

    FIVA is holding a national tournament, and the only one not fired up is Tokoha. Being the younger sister of Mamoru, she is tired of being forced to live up to her brother's legacy. Meanwhile, Chrono is trying to get to Grade 3 so he can enter the tournament. In the end, Chrono, Shion, and Tokoha form Team TRY3 and enter the National Tournament together.

    At the regional qualifier, Team TRY3 fights Team Demise. They ultimately turn out to be a formidable foe. Chrono beats their first fighter with no problems. Unfortunately, Shion and Tokoha ultimately lose in the second two games. In the aftermath of their defeat, Chrono's aunt discovers Chrono's new hobby and reveals the truth behind the disappearance of his father. Team TRY3 visits the United Sanctuary branch, seeking a rematch with Team Demise. They find that the United Sanctuary branch is turning fighters into people obsessed with victory, and challenge the Branch leader over the management of the United Sanctuary branch.

    G Season 2: GIRS Crisis

    This autumn will mark the opening of a major event organised by the Federation of International Vanguard Associations (FIVA), known as the "G Quest". Those who conquer the 6 Branch Quests will be honored with the title "Generation Master", and the chance to become a Clan Leader. The three members of TRY3 are all fired up by the new goal ahead of them, but behind the scenes, a massive plot that would lead to the destruction of Vanguard has been set in motion...

    G Season 3: Stride Gate

    Kouji Ibuki's Plan G is in effect, and they have located Ryuzu Myoujin's headquarters. It's up to Team TRY3 and their friends to stop Ryuzu's ambitions! However, Ryuzu has a defense force called the "Company", whose members include rival Shouma Shinonome and Am Chouno! What will happen to Luna Yumizuki after she was recognized as having more Stride Force than Am did? What will happen to Zodiac Time Beast if the Stride Gate will open? Will Vanguard be led to a perfect future?

    The fight to save the Zodiac Time Beasts and Vanguard itself! The second part of Plan G is now in action!

    G Season 4: NEXT

    Five months have passed after Team TRY3's battle against the Company and the team decided to split up and go their separate ways with all three of them enrolling to different high schools. The story focuses on Chrono Shindou transferring to Tokyo Metropolitan Harumi High School. Chrono forms a new team with Taiyou Asukawa and Kazuma Shouji, a gloomy boy who attends the same school as Chrono. Shion and Tokoha have formed their own teams as well. What new challenges await Chrono in the aftermath of all these changes?

    G Season 5: Z

    The final season of the G Series. A group of six units from Planet Cray, called the "Apostles", have invaded Earth. Armed with the power of the six Zeroth Dragons, the Apostles aim to revive the sealed Dragon Deity of Destruction, Gyze who attempted to destroy Cray in the past. The final battle between the Vanguards and the Dragon Deity of Destruction begins.

    V series Season 1:

    A reboot of the original Cardfight Vanguard with Aichi Sendou, the rest of Q4, and other old characters from the original series.

    V series Season 2: Shinemon Arc

    Starting 15 years before the first V series season, this season focuses on Shinemon Nitta, the present manager of Card Capital, attempting to save the shop from becoming a branch of Cardshop: Esuka.

    V series Season 3: Extra Story -IF-

    The final season of the V Series. This series is where both IF continuity world Emi Sendou and her fairy companion Shuka and the V continuity Kouji Ibuki and Suiko Tatsunagi team up to fight against the Jammer to save her brother, Aichi Sendou who has become the enemy (similar to Legion Mate).

    English dub[edit]

    An English dub co-produced by Ocean Productions (recorded at Blue Water Studios) began airing on Singapore's Okto channel from October 16, 2011,[22] on Animax Asia from January 22, 2012, and on Malaysia'sRTM-TV2 channel from November 18, 2012. Dubbed episodes also began being released on YouTube from May 29, 2012.[23] The series can be seen officially on a dedicated channel for it created by Bushiroad, and is available for viewing in most countries without "geo-blocking". An English dub of the fifth season G began airing on YouTube on January 3, 2015, thus skipping over the fourth season Legion Mate. Hulu began hosting the English-dubbed version on August 26, 2013 in partnership with Aniplex of America.[24]

    Theme music[edit]

    Cardfight Vanguard!![edit]

    Opening themes
    1. "Vanguard" by JAM Project (eps. 1–33, eps. 1–65 in English dub)
    2. "Believe In My Existence" by JAM Project (eps. 34–65)
    3. "Limit Break" by JAM Project (eps. 66–104)
    4. "Vanguard Fight" by Psychic Lover (eps. 105–128, eps. 105–163 in English dub)
    5. "Infinite∞REBIRTH" (無限∞REBIRTH, Mugen∞RIBĀSU) by DAIGO (eps. 129–148)
    6. "Break your spell" by Psychic Lover (eps. 149–163)
    7. "V-ROAD" by BUSHI★7 (Daigo, Psychic Lover, Suzuko Mimori, Izumi Kitta, Suara, and Shūta Morishima) (eps. 164–179)
    8. "KNOCK ON YOUR GATE!" by Masatoshi Ono (eps. 180–196)
    9. "Legendary" by Roselia
    Ending themes
    1. "Diamond Stars☆" (ダイヤモンドスター☆, "Daiyamondo Sutā☆") by Natsuko Aso (eps. 1–15)
    2. "Smash Up!!" by Shīna Hekīru (eps. 16–25)
    3. "Dream Shooter" by Sea☆A (eps. 25–38, eps. 1–65 in English dub)
    4. "Starting Again" by Sayaka Sasaki (eps. 39–52)
    5. "Nakimushi Treasures" (泣き虫 TREASURES) by Saori Kodama featuring Milky Holmes (Suzuko Mimori, Izumi Kitta, Sora Tokui, and Mikoi Sasaki) (eps. 53–65)
    6. "Jōnetsu-ism" (情熱イズム, Jōnetsu-izumu) by Rin (eps. 66–78)
    7. "Fighting Growing Diary" by Natsuko Aso (eps. 79–91)
    8. "Entry!" by Sea☆A (eps. 92–104)
    9. "Endless☆Fighter" by Suzuko Mimori, Yoshino Nanjō, and Aimi Terakawa (eps. 105–119, eps. 105–163 in English dub)
    10. "Yume Yume Express" by Milky Holmes (Suzuko Mimori, Izumi Kitta, Sora Tokui, and Mikoi Sasaki) (eps. 120–138)
    11. "Ride on fight!" by (Izumi Kitta and Suzuko Mimori) (eps. 139–150)
    12. "Fly away -Ōzora e-" (Fly away -大空へ-, Fly away -To the Great Sky-) by Suara (eps. 151–163)
    13. "Get Up" by FAKY (eps. 164–179)
    14. "Get back yourself" by CERASUS (eps. 180–196)
    Insert songs
    1. "Miracle Trigger ~Tomorrow Will Be Ultra Rare!~" (ミラクルトリガー ~きっと明日はウルトラレア!~) by Ultra Rare (Mimori, Nanjō, and Terakawa) (eps. 18, 26, and 115; simply known as "Miracle Trigger" in English dub)
    2. "Stand Up! DREAM" (スタンドアップ! DREAM) by Ultra Rare (Mimori, Nanjō, and Terakawa) (eps. 39, 115, and 118)
    English dub ending theme
    1. "Way To Victory" by Sea☆A (eps. 66–104 in English dub)

    Cardfight Vanguard!! G[edit]

    Opening themes
    1. "BREAK IT!" by Mamoru Miyano (eps. 1–26, eps. 1–98 in English version)
    2. "Generation!" by JAM Project (eps. 27–48)
    3. "YAIBA" by BREAKERZ (eps. 49–74)
    4. "SHOUT!" by Mamoru Miyano (eps. 75–98)
    5. "Hello, Mr. Wonder land" by Ayako Nanakomori (eps. 99–123, eps. 99–current in English version)
    6. "→Next Generation" by Psychic Lover (eps. 124–150)
    7. "Flower of Emotion" by Kiryu (eps. 151–current)
    Ending themes
    1. "Cheering On for You" (だから元気 for YOU, "Dakara Genki For YOU") by Izumi Kitta (eps. 1–13, eps. 1–48 in English dub)
    2. "NEXT PHASE" by Emi Nitta (eps. 14–26)
    3. "flower" by Ayako Nanakomori (eps. 27–36)
    4. "Dazzling Bravery!" (メクルメク勇気!, "Mekurumeku Yūki!") by Starmarie (eps. 37–48)
    5. "Don't Look Back" by Rummy Labyrinth (Aimi Terakawa & Haruka Kudō) (eps. 49–74, eps. 49–98 in English dub)
    6. "High Touch☆Memory" by Yui Ogura (eps. 75–86)
    7. "Promise You!!" by YuiKaori (eps. 87–98)
    8. "Wing of Image" by Rummy Labyrinth (eps. 99–111, eps. 99–current in English dub)
    9. "Are you ready to FIGHT" by Raychell (eps. 112–123)
    10. "Pleasure Stride" by Milky Holmes (eps. 124–136)
    11. "Natsuninare" by Starmarie (eps. 137–150)
    12. "Heroic Advent" by Roselia (eps. 151–174)

    Trading card game[edit]

    Cardback to the trading card game.

    An official card game by Bushiroad was released on February 26, 2010. An English version of the game was first produced in Singapore on May 5, 2010. It has been released internationally, starting on May 12, 2010.


    The basic premise of the trading card game, as explained in the anime, is that the two players represent astral spirits dueling on the fictional planet Cray. The cards in players' decks, called "Units", represent characters from Cray that players can "Call" to the field to fight for them. Players alternate turns calling, attacking, and defending with units.

    Product information[edit]

    Vanguard cards are sold in Booster Sets, Extra Boosters, and Trial Decks, each containing a selection of new cards and sometimes reprints of older cards. A typical booster pack contains five cards: four common (C) cards and one rare (R) card. Sometimes, the rare card will be replaced by a double rare (RR), triple rare (RRR), or Special Parallel (SP). SP cards are alternate versions of lower-rarity cards in the same set, but have different flavor text and sometimes artwork. Cards of R rarity or higher also have special holographic foiling patterns, which vary depending on set and rarity.

    Other media[edit]


    A manga series written and illustrated by Akira Itō was announced along with the anime.[1] The first chapter was published on November 26, 2010 in Kerokero Ace magazine. With Kerokero Ace ceasing publication with its September 2013 issue, new chapters of the manga continued starting with the first issue of Monthly Bushiroad magazine.[25] While the manga shares the same characters as the anime, it follows an original storyline and contains many differences from the anime version. Vertical has licensed the manga series and began releasing it in North America on April 29, 2014.[26][27]

    A side story referred as Episode 0 was released on May 23, 2013. It is also illustrated by Itō. Its storyline follows Toshiki Kai's childhood.[28]


    A spin-off manga series titled Mini Vanguard, also known as Mini Van (みにヴぁん), began publishing in Kerokero Ace alongside the original manga. The first chapter of the spinoff was released with the sixth chapter of the main manga series. Mini Vanguard is a short yonkoma comedy manga by Quily featuring all of the characters as super deformed. Like the original manga series, Mini Vanguard continued in the first issue of Monthly Bushiroad magazine after the final September 2013 issue of Kerokero Ace magazine.[29]Mini Vanguard was adapted into a flash anime series produced by DLE.[30] It aired from April 6, 2013 to December 14, 2013. The ending theme song of this series is "Mirai Sketch" by Ultra Rare (Suzuko Mimori, Yoshino Nanjō, and Aimi Terakawa).

    Another spin-off manga series titled Cardfight!! Vanguard Gaiden: Swordsman of Light (カードファイト!! ヴァンガード外伝 光の剣士, Kādofaito!! Vangādo Gaiden Hikari no Kenshi) began publishing in Monthly Bushiroad magazine. It is supervised by Akira Itō and illustrated by Makoto Kishimizu. Its story focuses on the lore of the Cardfight!! Vanguard trading card game.

    Radio show[edit]

    A talk radio show titled Stand Up Our Vanguard (立ち上がれ僕らのヴァンガード, Tachiagare Bokura no Vangādo), also known as TachiVan, began airing in 2011 on Hibiki Radio.[31] It is currently split into two shows: the main show which changes its subtitle to coincide with the current anime season and airs on Saturdays, and TachiVan Sunday. It is hosted by Tsubasa Yonaga and Takuya Satō, the voice actors of Aichi and Kai respectively, with occasional guest appearances by various other Japanese voice actors and actresses from the anime series.


    A 224-page novel based on the anime series was released in Japan on May 15, 2013. It is written by Bandana Aoi, and the internal illustrations are done by Yōsuke Adachi. The story follows Aichi reaching out to a lonely young boy named Hiro Hamane (浜音ヒロ, Hamane Hiro).[32][33]

    Video games[edit]

    A mobile app game titled Cardfight!! Vanguard: Cray Wars (カードファイト!! ヴァンガード 惑星大戦, Kādofaito!! Vangādo Wakusei Taisen, lit. Cardfight!! Vanguard Planet Wars)[34] was released on March 12, 2013. It is a strategyrole-playing game and is region-locked to prevent devices outside Japan from installing it.

    A Nintendo 3DS video game adaption titled Cardfight!! Vanguard: Ride to Victory!! (カードファイト!! ヴァンガード ライド トゥ ビクトリー!!, Kādofaito!! Vangādo Raido tu Bikutorī!!)[35][36] was released in Japan on April 11, 2013.[28] It was developed by FuRyu. The game features an original story which stars a new cardfighter protagonist who is aiming to win at a national tournament. Players choose one of six possible original characters to play as, one male and one female each of three personality types: hot-blooded (熱血系), cool (クール), and dark (ダーク).

    A second 3DS game adaption titled Cardfight!! Vanguard: Lock on Victory!! (カードファイト!! ヴァンガード ロック オン ビクトリー!!, Kādofaito!! Vangādo Roku On Bikutorī!!)[37] was released in Japan on June 5, 2014, also developed by FuRyu. This game's story is based on the Link Joker arc of the anime series.

    A downloadable game for Microsoft Windows titled Cardfight!! Online was planned to be released in early 2016, but cancelled.[38] It was developed by DELiGHTWORKS and CrossGames. The game would have been free-to-play with in-game transactions.

    On January 14, 2016, Cardfight!! Vanguard G Stride to Victory (カードファイト!! ヴァンガードG ストライド トゥ ビクトリー!!) was released for Nintendo 3DS.[39]

    A video game for Nintendo Switch titled Cardfight!! Vanguard EX (カードファイト!! ヴァンガード エクス) was released on September 19, 2019 in Japan.[40]

    A mobile app titled Cardfight!! Vanguard Zero was released globally on April 9, 2020. Many mechanics from the original card game have been changed in favor of fast game play over full simulation.

    Live-action drama[edit]

    A live-action 90-minute drama titled Stand Up! Vanguard was aired on May 3, 2012.[41] It is directed by Takashi Motoki, who describes this project as the "first-ever live-action card-game program". It stars Daigo, Shinta Sōma, Haruki Uchiyama, Suzuko Mimori, Nao Nagasawa, Kazuki Namioka, and Kazuhiko Kanayama. Two of Breakerz's songs, "Climber x Climber" and "Nonai Survivor", are used as background music for this drama as well as some live-action Cardfight!! Vanguard commercials. Much like in the anime, this drama features cameo appearances of the main characters of Tantei Opera Milky Holmes. In this case, three girls cosplay as Nero, Cordelia, and Hercule as one of the teams in the Vanguard team tournament.

    Daigo is a wanderer who claims to be a genius and strongly believes in justice. One day, at a playground, he sees Hiroki Miura being bullied by other kids, including his classmate Teru Minamihara. Daigo attempts to save the day, but he gets beaten up in Hiroki's place. The kids' homeroom teacher, Maria Kagami, arrives to the scene and scares the bullies away. As Hiroki walks back home, Maria explains to Daigo about how Hiroki is a timid boy who never speaks his mind, which has warranted him to be picked on. To help Hiroki (and win Maria's affection), Daigo gets a job as a special teacher at the school. As Daigo tries to get closer to Hiroki, he learns that while Hiroki may be reserved, he is actually passionate about and confident in himself when it comes to playing the game of Cardfight!! Vanguard. Little by little, as Daigo has Hiroki teach him more about the game, he opens up Hiroki's heart while teaching him to have courage. However, he also learns that several factors all inhibit Hiroki from coming out of his shell: Hiroki has a fear of losing, Hiroki's busy working father Shigehiro looks down on his hobby, and Hiroki's mother Kumiko, who got him into playing Vanguard, is deceased. Eventually, Daigo convinces Hiroki to play against Teru in a cardfight. However, Teru wins and insults Hiroki, causing him to lock himself in his room out of frustration. Daigo tries to have a match with Teru but instead finds himself challenging Teru's supremacist home tutor and a greater genius, Eiji Satomi. He ends up losing to Eiji multiple times, with Hiroki secretly watching. Hiroki asks Daigo why he tries so hard, to which Daigo answers "losing is frustrating, but what comes after is most important."

    Hiroki declares to Teru that he will get his revenge at a citywide Vanguard team tournament. The tournament commences with Hiroki, Daigo, and Maria teaming up. Defeating many colorful teams along the way, both Hiroki's and Teru's teams advance to the finals, which are to be held the next day. However, the night before the tournament finals, Maria gets hit by a car and is hospitalized as a result. With no one else to turn to, Daigo asks Shigehiro to be Maria's replacement, but he refuses due to his work. The next day, despite Hiroki not believing his father would come, Shigehiro does in fact make it in time before Hiroki's team gets disqualified. The finals begin with Shigehiro using his deceased wife Kumiko's deck against one of Teru's team members. Although Shigehiro ends up losing, he remembers the last conversation he had with Kumiko before she died. After the fight, he apologizes to Hiroki for all the mean things he said and gives him Kumiko's necklace, telling him to have courage. With Teru's team leading 1–0, the next fight between Daigo and Eiji starts. Despite Eiji's genius-level play, Daigo refuses to give up. He miraculously defeats Eiji, who runs away crying. With the score now 1-1, it comes down to the last match between Hiroki and Teru. Although Hiroki tries his absolute best and never gives up, Teru ultimately wins. Hiroki, Shigehiro, and Daigo all cry in frustration, but during the awards ceremony, Teru recognizes Hiroki and gives him his respect and friendship. Afterwards, when Daigo goes to the hospital to give flowers to the injured Maria, he sees her with another man, assuming that he is Maria's significant other. Believing that his love for Maria is over before it started, he runs off. In the end, Hiroki is now more confident in himself and has many friends. Daigo decides to go back to being a wanderer, but not before he and Hiroki have one last cardfight.

    Live-action/anime film[edit]

    A hybrid live-action/anime film was released on September 13, 2014.[8] The live-action segment, A Game of Three (3つのゲーム, Mitsu no Gēmu), was directed by Takashi Motoki at Ace Crew Entertainment, and stars Daigo, Suzuko Mimori, Taizō Shīna, Takuma Sueno, and others. The anime portion, Neon Messiah (ネオンメサイア, Neon Mesaia), was directed by Shin Itagaki at Ultra Super Pictures, and screenplay was made by Mayori Sekijima.[7] It features the animated debut of the character Kouji Ibuki (voiced by Mamoru Miyano).[42]Neon Messiah made its US premiere on July 4, 2015 at Anime Expo.[43]


    In its Winter 2011 Anime Preview Guide, the staff of Anime News Network had a poor impression of the anime series. Carl Kimlinger complained about the crass commercialism of the trading card game shows and was glad that the series (in his view) flopped.[44] Carlo Santos and Bamboo Dong gave equally scathing reviews.[45][46] Chris Beveridge of compares the series with other trading card game based shows such as Yu-Gi-Oh! and states that, while he sees many kids using the series to take notes and getting their game plan, he feels the series still needs to work on being engaging and entertaining.[47]

    As for the trading card game, it has received praise for its marketing through the animated television show and various media, which has caused its popularity to rise immensely. On December 14, 2012, the company Interface in Design created a survey for which trading card game had the most fulfilling playing experience for the "Trading Card Game Award of 2012". Cardfight!! Vanguard was bestowed awards for the most excellent game in both Elementary School and General categories. It also received honorable mentions under the Junior High School, High School, and Adult categories. These awards were bestowed to Cardfight!! Vanguard due to the high praise the game received for its tournament events and ease of access to important updates in the Vanguard culture through magazines and websites. The ease of learning the game for new players was also an incredibly appealing aspect of the game.[48]


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