Witchcrafter

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Witchcrafter
"Haine", "Edel", "Madame Verre" and "Golem Aruru" in the artwork of "Witchcrafter Masterpiece"
"Haine", "Edel", "Madame Verre" and "Golem Aruru" in the artwork of "Witchcrafter Masterpiece"
Japanese
  • ウィッチクラフト
  • Wicchikurafuto (romanized)
  • Witchcraft (translated)

French
  • Artisanesorcière

German
  • Hexwerker

Italian
  • Stregartigiana

Korean
  • 위치크래프트
  • Wichikeuraepeuteu (romanized)

Portuguese
  • Fazticeira

Spanish
  • Artibruja


Sets

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OCG Sets


We take magic commissions.

— The archetype's tagline in promotional material

"Witchcrafter" (ウィッチクラフト Wicchikurafuto, "Witchcraft" in Japan) is an archetype of female cards introduced in Deck Build Pack: Infinity Chasers. It is described as being a "Spellcaster theme that uses in-hand Spell Cards to employ various effects."[1]

Etymology[edit]

The "Witchcrafter" crest.

"Witchcrafter" monsters seem to be named after words in other languages related to artisan crafts. Also the "craft" in "Witchcrafter" refers to the fact that they are craftsmen.

Witchcrafter Origin
Potterie "pottery" in French
Pittore "painter" in Italian
Schmietta "blacksmith" in German (Schmied)
Edel "gemstone" in German (Edelstein)
Haine "clothing" in Romanian
Madame Verre "glass" in French
Golem Aruru "golem" and Arles, a famous French city known for sculpture, painting, drawing, and photography

Playing style[edit]

Their effects resolve around discarding Spell Cards to activate their effects.

Recommended cards

References[edit]

  1. "Deck Build Pack – Infinity Chasers Themes Confirmed". The Organization. December 4, 2018. Retrieved December 4, 2018.