Pitch For Three search syntax

An overview of how to search for cards.

Card Name

You can find cards with a name that matches a given string by using the name: or n: keyword. This search can be negated using ! before the colon. Name searching does not support using , to search for multiple card names.

Searching for name is case insensitive, but searchs for an exact match anywhere in the card name, not a fuzzy match. Thus, name:lord would find Lord of Wind, but name:lord wind would not.

At this time searching for multiple names in one query is not supported. Cards with : in their name (Mugenshi: RELEASE) cannot be searched for using the colon.

If the first term in a search is not prefixed by a keyword, all tokens until a valid keyword are parsed as a card name search.

Card Class

You can find cards in a given class using the class: or c: keyword. This search can be negated using !. You can search for multiple classes using , between class names.

Classes are case-insensitive. Generic cards can be found using the generic class.


You can find cards that specialize to a given hero using the spec: or s: keyword. This search can be negated using !.

Hero names are case-insensitive, and only need the hero's base (or young) name.

Card Type

You can find cards of a given type using the typeline: or t: keyword. This search can be negated using !. You can search for multiple types using , between types.

Types are case-insensitive. Card class, type ( action, instant, attack reaction, defencse reaction), and subtype ( arrow, attack, aura ) are all valid search fields.

Card Keywords

You can find cards with the given keywords using the keyword: or k: keyword. This search can be negated using !. You can search for multiple keywords using ,.

Keywords are case-insensitive. Valid keywords are any term that is printed in a card's rules in bold, including: intimidate, crush, combo, reprise, boost, reload, runechant, battleworn, bladebreak, dominate, go again, arcane barrier, and opt.

Card Rules Text

You can find cards with given rules text using the text: or x: keyword. This search can be negated using !. You can search for multiple keywords using ,. Text is case in-sensitive. You cannot search for multiple text entrtires using ,, as the comma is parsed to be part of the card text.

Card symbols can be searched for using replacement text:

  • power: {p}
  • resource: {r}
  • defense: {d}
  • intellect: {i}
  • life: {h}

Power, Defense, Pitch, Cost, Intellect, Life

You can use numeric expressions <, <=, =, !=, >=, and > to search for a card's numeric stats with the following keywords:

  • power: power, pow
  • defense: defense, def
  • pitch: pitch, p
  • cost: cost, cc
  • intellect: intellect, int
  • life: life, hp

Cards that lack the printed symbol no not have 0 of the corresponding statistic. Instead, search for these by searching for null.


Cards that belong to ninja combos can be searched using the combo: keyword. Valid options are

  • leg for cards that belong to the leg tap combo line.
  • head for cards that belong to the head jab combo line.
  • surge for cards that belong to the surging strike combo line.
In addition, you can search for cards in a given stage of a combo with the stage: keyword. Stages are numbers from 1 to 4, although some combos only go to the third stage.


You can find cards of a given rarity using the rarity or rkeyword. Valid rarites are

  • token: t, token
  • common: c, common
  • rare: r, rare
  • super rare: sr, super
  • majestic: m, majestic
  • legendary: l, legendary
  • promo: p, promo
  • fabled: f, fabled
Rarities can be compared using numeric operators, similar to card statistics. Rarites are ordered from token (lowest) to fabled (highest). This searches for the rarity of the base card, not the rarity of a given printing, so a hero card still only has a rarity of token.

Release Set

You can find cards from a given set using the set: keyword. Sets are referenced using their 3 letter set code, e.g. wtr for welcome to rathe, and ksu for the Katsu hero deck.

Shortcuts, Classifications and Other.

We have included a number of shortcuts and classifications to make finding cards easier. These are accessed using is:, and can be negated using !.

  • is:combo Cards that belong to a combo chain
  • is:opener Cards that open a combo chain
  • is:finisher Cards that close a combo chain
  • is:cycle Cards are part of a cycle (i.e. have pitch variants)
  • is:specialization Cards are specializations