HGA Grades Flesh and Blood Cards

Flesh and Blood is a trading card game developed by Legend Story Studios (LSS), an independent design studio located in Auckland, New Zealand. Released on October 11, 2019, Flesh and Blood (FaB) was created by James White, a former professional player of Magic: The Gathering. Combining elements of science fiction and fantasy, Flesh and Blood has a unique world, and regularly releases sets to flesh the world of Rathe out more and more. The game takes its name from the expression “flesh and blood,” emphasizing its focus on in-person gameplay rather than online interaction. This desire to keep games in the flesh has led to a massive tournament scene that keeps growing in popularity
Flesh and Blood features an innovative gameplay style, designed to be easy to learn and play. Each player controls a “Hero,” a special card with a designated class that restricts deck building to enable strategic decision-making before players even sit down to play. Combat in FaB takes place in a “Chain” where each player takes turns either attacking or defending in sequence, until damage is dealt or an attack is successfully defended.
Graded cards often have a higher resale value and are more sought after by serious collectors to display, invest, and sell. It doesn’t matter if it is for personal collection or you are selling your cards, the first step to upgrading your collection is to get it graded.

Importance of Grading Flesh and Blood Cards

Grading is an important part to any collector who wants to preserve, protect, and authenticate their collection. Flesh and Blood is highly collectible, offering many of the original set in a limited 1st edition print run that featured alternate cold foil cards. These 1st edition cold foils are highly sought after by collectors and players alike so grading your cards gives you assurance and piece of mind of the following points for your FaB cards.

Condition Determination

A card’s grade can significantly influence its market value. A mint condition card can fetch prices exponentially higher than its worn counterparts.


Grading ensures the card’s authenticity, protecting collectors from counterfeit cards.


Once graded, cards are sealed in a tamper-resistant, protective case, preserving their condition. Allowing you to display and show off your cards without fear of damage or wear.

Our Unique Label Designs Enhance Your Flesh and Blood Cards

At HGA, we understand that each card has its own story. It doesn’t matter what part of Rathe you find yourself in, the amazing cards of Flesh and Blood never fail to look amazing. HGA strives to contend with that beauty by creating full color labels that match and highlight the amazing art on these cards, including matching colors, themes, and similar elements to the original game design. Make every graded flesh and blood card in your collection a special collectors piece with HGA custom labels.

What Makes Grading With HGA Different

With the launch of HGA in 2021 a revolution in the grading industry began. HGA focuses on bringing a new focus to the many things that customers had been wanting from existing companies for years. Focusing on these 4 principles HGA continues to improve the grading process and strives to push grading to the next level.


Our hybrid grading approach combines the best of technology with human expertise, ensuring accurate and consistent grades.

Turnaround Time

We pride ourselves on our efficient grading process, ensuring you get your cards back in a timely manner. Your turnaround is guaranteed, or the grading is free of charge.

Customer Service

Our team is always available to answer any queries and guide you through the submission process. We’re committed to customer service.


With HGA, you’ll always know the status of your card, from submission to return.

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