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Sword Girls (Korean: 소드 걸스) was a Korean digital collectible card game developed by Zeonix (제오닉스) that was released in 2011. The game art was influenced by manga art style.
The original Korean server shut down in 2017 without any explanation and remains closed. The Korean website is also inaccessible. There was an online Japanese and English version as well but all have since shut down, leaving several smartphone spin-off games as the only ones available for play. The online version has a connected smaller version called Sword Girls S for smartphones. There are fangame versions that are available to play.
The game also had an offline version in the form of a regular collectible card game published in 2012-2013.
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The four main factions in the game are the public girls’ school life of the republic Vita, the royal kingdom’s major power Academy, the justice-upholding knight nation of Crux, and the mixed faction of night-dwellers and witches Darklore, and their interactions with and against each other, which all take place in the background of a continuing war against the technology-driven Empire of Lazion and the unfolding mysteries of otherworldly entities. There are also neutral cards that are not associated with any of the factions. In the continuing Korean version, later story episode releases have introduced a fifth new faction, Empire of Lazion.
The online game’s card lore each tell a part of the story of various girls in different factions, ranging widely in story content such as from a Vita tennis club member’s daily life to a Darklore vampire family’s internal power struggle. The online game’s story updates are released as “episodes” in form of booster packs and new craftable cards; each new episode contains many new cards featuring older characters and introducing newer ones to the game’s lore.
The gameplay of the online version consists of three types of cards in a deck, Spells, Followers, and Character card. The deck consists of Spells and Followers and the Character card is the representative card of the player and if defeated will result in the player’s loss. In order to win a duel against either a CPU or enemy player, one must reduce the opponent’s Character card life points to zero. There are several modes of gameplay available in the online version. The main game mode is dungeon exploring in which an unlocked dungeon can be selected to be played and replayed in order to unlock further dungeons. The second mode is Player vs Player, in which one can randomly be matched up against another online player. The third mode consists of material gathering expeditions, where the player sets a Follower card to collect materials off-screen in real-time while which the player can continue playing the other modes but is unable to use the chosen Follower card until it finishes its expedition. Followers and Character cards alike can have their stats raised to become stronger versions of themselves by giving them material gifts and other cards to consume. Focusing on a Character card’s specific stat by feeding them specific materials and cards can allow that Character card to evolve into a different form, gaining new effects and visuals.