Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth: Best Queen’s Blood deck & how to get

Joaquín Frere
FF7 Queen's Blood

Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth introduces Queen’s Blood, a new card-based mini-game that features a storyline of its own and requires strategy. So, here is the best Queen’s Blood deck in FF7 Rebirth for early and late matches.

From new combat options to new regions, side activities, and more, there is a lot you can do in Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth. You can also find many mini-games scattered around the open world, like Queen’s Blood, a mix between chess and TCG with its own storyline.

To complete all that Queen’s Blood has to offer, you will need to build the best deck in the early and later parts of FF7 Rebirth, so here’s all you need to know.

FF7 Rebirth: Best Queen’s Blood deck

Early game – First Queen’s Blood matches

The best Queen’s Blood deck for Final Fantasy 7 Rebirth early matches is the One for All Prebuilt deck, featuring the Chocobo & Moogle card. This card will power up by 1 point for every power-boosting card in play, and you can unlock it as early as you get the Chocobo & Moogle card in The Grasslands region.

Chocobo and moogle card FF7 Rebirth.
The Chocobo & Moogle card will power up with each power-boosting card in play.

This Prebuilt deck is great for early matches, as it excels in positioning that is key to winning your first Queen’s Blood matches. Take the middle lane fast with the Security Officer cards, and use your Cactuars to take the top lane while boosting the bottom lane, where all your Crystalline Crabs should be.

Once you build all this, try to get the Chocobo and Moogle card in the middle lane, second or third column to get all the boost from its ability and crush your enemy. A nice touch for the later parts is to change the Bees card for the Archdragons cards to destroy enemy cards in the front line.

Late game – Rank 7 & up Queen’s Blood matches

FF7 Rebirth’s late-game matches of Queen’s Blood can be tough, but to win them, you won’t need to make many changes from the early game deck, as the best deck for the late game matches is once again the One For All with a few cards changed.

When you finish your Costa del Sol Queen’s Blood challenges, you’ll gain access to replacement cards, which don’t cost any pawn to place, but need to replace a card in the table instead. You can swap the Mu cards in the One For All with some Grandhorns to re-take territory while adding a +3 bonus to that lane.

The J-Unit Sweeper and the Quetzalcoatl cards must disappear, and give place to the Posh Chocobo card and the Ifrit card. Posh Chocobo needs to be used on the same lane the Chocobo and Moogle card or Ifrit was placed, as it will probably be the winning one on your power-up strategy, giving you an extra +3 points.

Ifrit in Queen's Blood, ff7 rebirth.

At the same time, Ifrit has the same effect as the Chocobo and Moogle card but raises its power by +2 for every power-up card in play. A double power-up strategy with both these cards, Archdragons to eliminate the enemy’s frontlines and replacement card for position retakes will ensure wins in the late game.

And that was the best deck for FF7 Rebirth’s Queen’s Blood minigame! For more on Square Enix’s latest, check out the rest of our content:

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