A card from The Hierophant deck has an odd, star-like shape. The corners are spikes shaped like the spikes of the Nobody symbol. The top and bottom of the card both sport an arrowhead-shaped protrusion, between two of the corners. The border of the card is thick and black, white the bulk of it is green. There is a thin, white outline of a star that has a similar design to the top of the Nobody symbol in the center of the card. Each of the tips of this outline are almost completely filled by a white diamond, leaving a thin green space to distinguish the diamonds from the outline.
The Hierophant is a palette swap of The Empress.
The Hierophant's ground combo starts with Luxord performing a 360-degree spin, with his cards surrounding his legs, followed by a narrow spray of cards forward, and ends with large versions of the cards protruding from the ground around him.
The aerial combo consists of Luxord slashing diagonally downwards with a larger version of the card held in his right hand, before riding a larger version of one the cards like a surfboard while performing a forward 360-degree spinning attack with larger versions of the cards held in each hand. This weapon has no -Combo.
| Conquest | Dual Head | Asura | Glacier | Ursa Major | Dissenter's Notes | Moonrise | Moulin Rouge | Old Hand | The Hierophant | Tragic Allium | Météore | Sign of Innocence|
Soul Eater | Mage's Staff | Knight's Shield | Kingdom Key D | Kingdom Key