Monday, April 23rd marks the exciting return of the highly coveted Dragonbound & Dragon Caller (DBDC) REM. DBDC is arguably the strongest event in Puzzle and Dragons due to it’s stellar line up and amazing value at the bottom rarity.
Most Seasonal events/Collabs have a few chase cards but tend to have middling value at the bottom. As such, there is often little collateral benefit in rolling those events. However, with DBDC, you actually want many of the Gold eggs which in turn makes it the ideal place to spend your Magic Stones. If you have absolutely no cards from the REM you should be heavily rolling here as it will grant you cards that cannot be replicated anywhere else.
In addition to three new cards being added to the rolling roster, most of the older cards now gain the ability to Limit Break and gain Super Awakenings or stat improvements for the Weapon Assists.
These changes help ensure the machine stays exciting with the Super Awakenings giving the older cards significantly more value and versatility.
Despite having a wonderful roster, each roll will cost 10 Magic Stones but everything will sell for at least 15,000 Monster Points.
This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses in the current meta to help you determine if it is worth rolling in.
—video coming soon—
Dragonbound & Dragon Caller REM
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Dragonbound & Dragon Caller REM Rankings – April 20, 2018
Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking