Supreme Cards are special ability cards in the game, offering extra-strong multi-strike attacks, heaps of ailments, or a load of stat-boosting boons. The cards are marked with a large, rainbow-colored star to indicate their special status.
Rarity[edit | edit source]
Getting one of these is super-rare, with a 0.8% chance that one will drop during a Card Summon. However, there are a few helps for this:
- There is the "Super Special Supreme Summons" event every other month that will increase the chance to 1.2% for designated cards.
- As the player Summons new cards, a counter at the bottom of the Summon Cards window keeps track. Single Summons add 0.1 to this counter. Greater Summons add 0.8 to this counter. When the counter goes over 80, any extra points are added as extra percentage to the Supreme chance. (Ex: a score of 83 gains an extra 3%, for a total chance of 3.8%) This counter resets to 0 when the player lands a Supreme Card.
- During specific periods, you may obtain a Supreme Ticket if you purchase at least 12,000 Magicite (with real money). New players may also obtain a Supreme Ticket during the first 30 days since account creation. (Newly created player accounts will be considered day 0, up to the 30th day (12:59AM, UTC-7)). A Supreme Ticket guarantees drawing an unobtained Supreme Card. (This does not affect the Summons counter.)
List of supreme cards[edit | edit source]
Unreleased supreme cards[edit | edit source]
Those Supreme cards were never released on Global and exclusive for JP version of the game.
|Water||Mage||Fiend: FFVI||Absolute Zero|
|Earth||Ranger||Golbez: FFIV||Lunar Shower|
|Light||Monk||Vegnagun: FFX-2||Memento Mori|