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Release Date : August 1, 2018 JST

Official Website : http://duel.fate-go.jp/

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F/GO Duel is a Miniature Board Game revolving around Mini Figures and Command Card. Similar to another official F/GO Tabletop game "Fate/Grand Order Summon Pencil Servant", this game also heavily involves "gacha elements" (Heroic Spirit Summoning). Battles using these mini figures will take place on top of a board (battlefield) and players will use Command Card to execute certain attacks.

  • Game Developed By  : DELiGHTWORKS
  • Retail Price : 1,200 JPY (excluding tax)
  • Contents (per box):
    [ Series 1 to 5 ]: 1x Servant Mini Figure (random) + 1 Info Card of the Servant, 5x Command Card of the respective servants, and 1 Skill Card of the Servant (Random)
    [ Series 6 ~ ]: 1x Servant Mini Figure (random) + 1 Info Card of the Servant, 5x Command Card of the respective servants, and 3 Skill Card of the Servant
Series Release Date Servants
1 August 01, 2018 JST S002A2Icon.png S012A2Icon.png S070A2Icon.png S099A2Icon.png S150A1Icon.png S154A1Icon.png S098A2Icon.png S001A2Icon.png S004A2Icon.png
2 September 5, 2018 JST S059A2Icon.png S085A2Icon.png S015A2Icon.png S032A2Icon.png S053A2Icon.png
3 November 7, 2018 JST S106A2Icon.png S084A2Icon.png S041A2Icon.png S023A1Icon.png S009A2Icon.png
4 January 09, 2019 JST S118A2Icon.png S120A2Icon.png S005A2Icon.png S027A1Icon.png S019A2Icon.png S107A2Icon.png
5 March 06, 2019 JST S160A2Icon.png S139A2Icon.png S090A2Icon.png S007A1Icon.png S016A1Icon.png
6 May 29, 2019 JST S129A1Icon.png S135A1Icon.png S180A2Icon.png S079A2Icon.png S035A2Icon.png S182A1Icon.png
7 July 17, 2019 JST S179A2Icon.png S181A2Icon.png S130A1Icon.png S081A2Icon.png S036A2Icon.png
8 November 5, 2019 JST S068A3Icon.png S069A1Icon.png S162A1Icon.png S161A1Icon.png S210A1Icon.png S174A1Icon.png
9 December 18, 2019 JST S073A1Icon.png S141A1Icon.png S197A1Icon.png S074A2Icon.png S055A2Icon.png
10 March 13, 2020 JST S145A2Icon.png S143A2Icon.png S142A2Icon.png S196A2Icon.png S144A2Icon.png S146A1Icon.png
Others March 3, 2020 JST S001C1GIcon.png

Figure Status Card
The piece that will be representing the servant on the map/tabletop.
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Card that displays all of the servant's basic info.
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1. Rarity
2. Command Card Information
3. Servant Class
4. Servant Name
5. Cost
6. Servant ID

Command Cards Skill Card
A servant always have a set of 5 command cards.
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1. Power 2. Command Card Type

Only used when playing with Advanced Rules.
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The main board/sheet of the game. The zone where the players will position their cards and figures.
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1. Status Card Placement Field
2. Chain Counter
3. Command Deck Zone
4. Trash / Discard Zone
5. Area / Battlefield / The Map
6. Master's Area


Punch-Out Tokens that are provided in the game.

Party Setup
  • Masters are the players.
  • A player must have 3 SERVANTS. (This includes all of the components that comes with the servant)
  • A team of 3 servants is also known as a PARTY.
  • A PARTY has a maximum cost of 11. This means the total cost of all 3 servants cannot exceed 11.
  • A PARTY cannot have 2 or more of the same servant (in terms of Servant ID).
Game Setup
1. Place the 2 playsheet on a table/floor/gaming area.

2. Decide who goes first.
3. Place your status cards on the space marked with the word "STATUS". Then, place your figures on the STARTING POINTS on your side of the map. The arrangement of the Status Card & the Servant Figure must be the same. (according to number)

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4. Shuffle your 15 command cards, and then place it on the COMMAND DECK spot of the playsheet.

5. At the start of the game, draw 5 command cards from your COMMAND DECK. This will be your starting hand.

Winning Conditions
  • All of your opponent's servants are eliminated.
  • When one of your servants entered your opponent's Master Area.
  • When your opponent's command card total reaches 4 or lower.

Game Flow
The game is turn-based, and each turn has 4 phases.
Start Phase
Action Phase
Charge Phase
End Phase
Start Phase
Nothing is done in this phase, unless another rule(s) conflicts with this rule.
Action Phase
Stage 1 : Pre-movement Confirmation

1. Choose 1 servant and then pick the direction that you want this servant to move towards. (No movement is done yet.)
2. Then, choose 1 command card from your hand that belongs to the servant you chose to move with, and then place it into the Discard/Trash Pile.

Movement Rules Trash / Discard Pile Placement Guide
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  • A servant can only move to any spot does not contain an allied servant, and also cannot move in your own Master Area.
  • If the player is unable to move due to not having the command card of any of their own servants that is still on the battlefield, the player discards all cards on hand, and then draw 5 cards. Their turn ends immediately after this.
  • All cards on the trash pile is placed with its vertical side up.
  • Cards in the trash pile ends up turned 90 degrees only due to skill card effects.
Stage 2 : Battle/Combat
  • This sub-phase only begins when one servants moved into a spot with an opposing servant.
  • The one moves during that turn is the ATTACKER, while the one who is getting invaded is the DEFENDER.

1. Both players choose 3 Command Cards from their hand and place them on the BATTLE slot in the middle of the playsheet, face down. After that, both player reveals their chosen command cards simultaneously (at the same time).
Players may use Command Cards that don't belong to the attacking/defending servant.

2. Check for any chains.

  • QUICK CHAIN: If all 3 Command Cards revealed are QUICK, place 1 token on the START box of the QUICK CHAIN counter.
    On the next turn, POWER +7 for the player who did the QUICK CHAIN this turn.
  • ARTS CHAIN: If all 3 Command Cards revealed are ARTS, place 1 token on the START box of the ARTS CHAIN counter.
    On the next 2 subsequent turns, POWER +3 for the player who did the ARTS CHAIN this turn.
  • BUSTER CHAIN: If all 3 Command Cards revealed are BUSTER, the player who did the BUSTER CHAIN gets POWER +3 for the current turn.
  • BRAVE CHAIN: If all 3 Command Cards revealed are of the same servant who is the ATTACKER/DEFENDER, that player gets POWER +(the lowest POWER among the 3 cards), for the current turn.
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3. Both players calculate the total POWER of all their command cards, plus any chain bonuses (if any).

TOTAL POWER = (1st Card's POWER) + (2nd Card's POWER)
+ (3rd Card's POWER) + (CHAIN BONUS, if any)

4. After that, both players compare their TOTAL POWER. The player with the higher TOTAL POWER wins the battle.
If the ATTACKER wins, the DEFENDING Servant is ELIMINATED.
If the DEFENDER wins, or the result is a TIE, the ATTACKER must simply return to their previous location.
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When a servant is ELIMINATED (消滅?), the figure representing the servant is removed from the battlefield, and, if the servant's skill card is on the playsheet, it is also removed. Both the Command Card and Status Card of the ELIMINATED servant remain on the board. --- 5. Both players place the COMMAND CARDS used during the battle into the TRASH zone.

Stage 3 : Movement
Movement is only resolved if the DEFENDING servant is ELIMINATED. If the preceding BATTLE step ends in a TIE or if DEFENDING servant wins, the ATTACKING servant does not move.
Charge Phase
Both players draw cards from the COMMAND DECK until their hand contains 5 COMMAND CARDs.
【Whenever a Player do not have enough cards in the COMMAND DECK to draw from】
  • The player who does not have enough cards in the COMMAND DECK to draw from must:
  1. Remove 1 card in the TRASH/DISCARD zone from the game. (This is permanent and cannot be undone via any effect.)
  2. Shuffle all cards remaining in the TRASH zone and form a new COMMAND DECK with those cards.
  3. Then, the player will draw cards from the COMMAND DECK until the player's hand size reaches 5.
End Phase
Both players move the CHAIN COUNTER 1 step forward.
This can only be done if there is a counter already on the chain grid due to an ARTS/QUICK CHAIN that was done either in the same turn or sometime before. If there is no chip/token on the CHAIN COUNTER, there is nothing that needs to be done during this phase.

In the event that a CHAIN COUNTER moves out of the grid, the token/chip is removed from the CHAIN COUNTER instead.
(Marks the end of the chain effects.)

The turn ends and the opposing player gets the next turn. The process is repeated until the game ends.

  • Advanced Rules introduces the use of Skill Cards (スキルカード?), 1 Servant can only have 1 Skill Card attached on the board.
Skill Cards (スキルカード?)
Skill Card refers to the Servant's special skills. One Servant can only have 1 Skill Card attached in game.
  1. Skill Name
  2. Skill Effect
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【Rules Regarding NP】

The action of rotating an ARTS CARD on the TRASH pile is called "NP".
When a skill card has 【Cost: Exhaust NP X】 (【コスト:NP〇枚を消費】?), the controlling MASTER will need to fulfill the condition by rotating X number of ARTS CARD in the TRASH pile. Any ARTS CARD exhausted will not be refreshed in any way, other than being shuffled back into the deck due to "Lack of Card in Command Deck" rule.

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Before The Game Begins
Party Setup Select 1 Skill for each Servant in your party. The skills must originally belong to that Servant. Servants are not allowed to use Skill Cards that belonged to a different Servant.
Game Setup
  • Place the 3 skill cards on the playsheet, aligned based on which Servant it is for, faced-down.

This is done before the movement phase.

  1. Select 1 Skill Card of any Servants that you control (as long as the Servant is not Eliminated), and then flip it face-up. [Skills with Trigger (トリガー?) keyword are not allowed to be activated in this manner.]
  2. Resolve the Skill Card's effects.
  3. After the effect is resolved, the Skill Card is then removed from the game. (It cannot return to the game by any means)
    (Skill Cards with the Continuous (常駐?) keyword are not removed after the effect resolves.)
Continuous (【常駐】?)
  • After activating a Skill Card with this keyword, it remains face-up throughout the whole game, and stays in game until the corresponding Servant is Eliminated.
  • As long as the controlling Servant is not eliminated, it's effect lasts throughout the whole game, unless stated otherwise.
Trigger (【トリガー】?)
  • Skill Cards with this keyword is not allowed to be activated normally during START PHASE. Instead, it can only be activated once certain conditions are met, and these conditions can occur at any time, specified by the card's trigger conditions.
  • For example, Trigger: When an Enemy Unit moves into a Spot that your Servant is standing on (【トリガー:敵が自身のエリアに移動しようとしたとき】?). Which means, you are allowed to activate this skill when that condition is fulfilled, and it does not count towards the "1 Skill per turn" limit.

If the servant is eliminated, its skill card is removed from the game, regardless of it being activated or not.

Both you and the opposing player. 自分
Yourself, as the player.
The opposing player. サーヴァント
Units summoned by the master. It comprises of the Figure, Status Card, Command Cards and Skill Card.
A figure that represents the SERVANT and is placed on the map (battlefield). ステータスカード
Card that shows the information of a SERVANT, which includes its ID in FGO DUEL, COST and the POWER on each COMMAND CARD the SERVANT has.
Cards that are used for movement and combat. It includes QUICK, ARTS and BUSTER Card Types. クラス
The class of the SERVANT.
(E.g. : Saber and Assassin).
The numbers used during PARTY creation. A party cannot have more than 11 COST. サーヴァントID
The ID associated to the SERVANT. A PARTY can never have 2 SERVANTs of the same ID.
The numbers that are used by both players for comparison during battle. パーティ
A team of 3 SERVANTs that the MASTER owns.
A deck of 15 COMMAND CARDS from 3 SERVANTs of the same PARTY. トラッシュ
The discard pile/zone of the game.
A counter to track the remaining number of turns for ARTS CHAIN and QUICK CHAIN effects. エリア
The zone in the map that SERVANTs can traverse on.
The zone for the MASTER, allied Servants are not allowed to move into this spot. When an opposing servant enters this spot, the game ends with the opponent as the winner. 初期エリア
The spot where SERVANTs are placed at, during setup. It is marked with "1st", "2nd" and "3rd".
A sequence of card combo during the battle phase, which can either be ARTS, BUSTER, QUICK or BRAVE CHAIN. 消滅
When a SERVANT is defeated as the defending player, or if triggered by any other effects, which removes them from the game. The COMMAND CARDs of the ELIMINATED SERVANT stays on the game, but their SKILL CARD does not.
When a card or Servant is placed outside of the game boundaries. These cards/servants cannot return to the game.
SERVANT's special ability card. Each SERVANT has 3 different SKILL CARD. NP The Action of Rotating an ARTS CARD in the TRASH zone 90 degrees (either left or right is fine)
Skill Usage Pre-Condition. This condition an be satisfied by Rotating an ARTS CARD in the TRASH zone 90 degrees (either left or right is fine), based on the number indicated (X). 常駐
After activating skills with this keyword, it does not get removed from the game after its effect resolves, and its effect stays in game until the game ends, or if the corresponding SERVANT is ELIMINATED.
Skills with this keyword has a condition that needs to be satisfied in order to be activated, and it can be activated in any phase, as long as the conditions can be met. 味方
Refers to your own SERVANTs.

Refers to the opposing SERVANTs. 自身
SELF (Servant)
Refers to the SERVANT that activates the skill.
Quick Command Card. Artsカード
Arts Command Card.
Buster Command Card. ドロー
The action of taking X number of cards from the COMMAND DECK.

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