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Fire Emblem TCG
The original Fire Emblem TCG, which ran from 2001 to 2004, had its final two series focus on Archanea, both of which featured Navarre. In Series 5, he had one character card, one suprise card, and one turn marker.
In Series 6, Navarre was featured on two character cards and one suprise card.
Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher)
The second Fire Emblem TCG, Cipher, ran from 2015 to 2020. Navarre was featured in one card in the first starter deck, which has an alternate holofoil rarity.
Navarre had three cards in the first booster set, one of which had an alternate holofoil rarity that featured Takehito Koyasu’s signature. Senri Kita posted both a work in progress version and a full version of the artwork on her Twitter.
Navarre can be seen in the background of the promo card and turn marker included with the 25th anniversary DVD. It is an alternate artwork of a Marth card from the first booster set. The full artwork was posted on Mayo’s Twitter.
Navarre had one card in the fourth booster set, as a duo with Yashiro Tsurugi. The full version of the artwork was posted on Twitter. Navarre’s Carnage Form was also featured on Yashiro’s other two cards in the booster, as Yashiro’s sword. One of Yashiro’s cards had an alternate holofoil rarity that featured Yoshimasa Hosoya’s signature.
In the thirteenth booster set, Navarre can be seen in the background of one of Lena's cards, a holofoil with alternate artwork. The full artwork was posted on daigoman’s twitter.
Navarre had a final two cards in the seventeenth booster, both done by peNekoR, who later posted the full artwork for both on Twitter.
Fire Emblem 100 Songs of Heroes Karuta Set
A karuta set released for the series’ 25th anniversary, featuring artwork of various characters. Navarre was included, with artwork by Kumiko Suekane.
Fire Emblem 0 (Cipher) Song-picking play Hero Iroha
A simplified karuta set featuring Cipher artwork. Interestingly, Navarre’s card was used as advertising.