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Chillin’ With Qilin Tournament Video

Introduction

The Chillin’ With Qilin Tournament has gone live today and may catch some players off guard as there was very little lead up time/announcements. Thankfully, this Tournament is straight forward in the sense that it is a Fixed Team along with it primarily testing pure matching skills.

As such, there is not too much to really say outside of max comboing each board as fast as possible due to the 1.5x bonus for Time Remaining.

On the bright side, the top 7% of players will receive a Crown but there will be a sizable amount of “bottlenecking” around the threshold due to the No Skyfalls and Fixed team.

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Leader Skill

Qilin’s Leader Skill relies on matching combos along with bonus damage if 5 or less orbs remain while having a No Skyfall clause. This no Skyfall clause will impose some luck on having nice boards but will even out over time. Either way, the key is to match as fast as possible.

Due to the scaling Leader Skill via combos means players do not always have to Fully Activate on a given floor and simply brute forcing combos will work.

Matching

Out of the 7 floors, Floor 1, 2, and 3 can be killed with just comboing a board and hitting 7 combos.

For floor 4, you can kill without Full Activation but it will require 2 Water combos. Due to the presence of 2 Orb Enhances blue + orb, damage calculations are wildly inconsistent and hard to do on the spot. As such, if you see yourself without 2 Water combos, I would aim for Full Activation.

Floor 5 will require Full Activation whereas Floor 6 will die with high combos and Guard Break proc.

Finally, the final Floor will require Full Activation with many combos and Water matches. As such, just use Suou as it will be far more consistent and easy to solve.

Conclusion

The Chillin With Qilin Ranking Tournament is fairly straight forward and there is not much “strategy” to be used as it is primarily a test of puzzling skills.

With that being said, there will always be some luck/variance due to lower combo count boards and whether or not Guard Break can be activation.

Either way, let me know what you think about this Tournament in the comments below.

Happy Puzzling!

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Fujimi Fantasia Bunko Review and Analysis – December 2019

Introduction

The 7-Stone Fujimi Fantasia Bunko Collab will be making an exciting debut in North America and comes as a bit of a surprise as had a strong possibility of never coming stateside.

This Collab is more top-rarity heavy; however, there is still a sizable amount of value at the bottom rarity. As such, it is worthwhile to roll a modest amount as many of the 7/8* cards come with unique and powerful kits that are hard to replicate elsewhere.

This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses to give players a better understanding of what each card can do for their Monster Box.

Video commentary

—video coming soon—

Overview

Fujimi Fantasia Bunko REM Pros & Cons – December , 2019
Pros
Cons
  • Debut event
  • Weapon Assists  on all 7/8* cards
  • High value at 7/8*
  • No Weapon Assists for 6*
    • Only one evolution form
  • Only 1 card can be Monster Exchanged
    • Have to roll 7*
  • Top rarity heavy Collab
Fujimi Fantasia Bunko REM Rarities
8 Star base
7 Star base  
6 Star base  
Fujimi Fantasia Bunko REM Rankings – December , 2019
S  
A  
B
C
D

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking

All icons show Base form

Regardless of card’s ranking, you should always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them

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Question Time with Mantastic – December 2019

Introduction

The general gist of Question Time posts are for players to ask various PAD-related questions that do not have a simple/Google-able answer or related article on my website. I do play other games and have often found myself having specific/unique questions about it but have no where to go and can imagine this may hold true for some of my readers.

With that being said, there will be some restrictions on the types of questions I will be answering.

If planning on commenting on a regular basis, it is advantageous to create a WordPress account to both receive notifications as well as giving me a point of reference as to who I am responding to.

Do’s and Don’t

download For the most part, almost any question will be answered, even some non-invasive Off-Topic ones; however, it is best to ask questions that require explanation/why/my personal opinion. The following examples are Fantastic types of questions to ask:

  • Of these options, what is the best Yusuke team I can make for Arena 3?
  • What direction do you think GungHo will take with the 4x HP leads?
  • Can Heart Cross teams be revived and if so, how?

x The following types of questions will not be answered by me either because it has a simple Google-able answer or shows a lack of effort on the reader’s part:

  • Anything that Google/Padx can answer
  • A link to your entire Monster Box and saying “make me a team”

Conclusion

I hope my readers use this opportunity to ask questions that will hopefully improve their overall game play and progression.

Happy Puzzling!

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Choosing your new GFE: Fagan Rai or Zaerog Core

The Exchange Medal will be in your mail on December 1, 2019

Introduction

The most recent North American PAD Stream was jam-packed with exciting content and I have to applaud their efforts as they are doing a fantastic job in bringing us both new content and regular streams.

GHNA streams used to be sporadic affairs but we are now enjoying them on a much more regular basis. This generates excitement and helps foster a stronger sense of community. Furthermore, we will start receiving 5 Magic Stones each day of December and January for a grand total of 310 Magic Stones. This is quite spectacular to say the least and we are given yet another gift of a special Medal to redeem one of the two new Godfest Exclusives (GFE).

The two new GFE, Fagan Rai and Zaerog Core , both come with truly impressive kits and powerful Weapon Assists . As such, it will become a challenging decision for which one to pursue but thankfully, there is no time limit for exchanging your special Medal and dupes are actually fine as their Weapon Assists have value.

This article will outline the strengths and weaknesses of each card to help players make a more informed decision based on their individual Monster Box and goals.

Video commentary

—video coming soon—

New GFE

Fagan Rai

Active: Transform the card into Evolved Form (22 turn CD)

Leader Skill: 5x ATK when 5 or more combos [1/25/1]

Awakenings: Fire resist Water Red Wood resist
Super Awakenings: –
Typing: Dragon
Weighted Stats (Limit Break): 486 (-)
HP 1853 (-) / ATK 1312 (-) / RCV 116 (-)
Weapon Assist:  Skill Boost Imp ATK

Fagan Rai is the first new GFE players can exchange for and in his Base form, he looks abysmally pitiful. He has terrible Weighted Stats, a 2015 Leader Skill, and essentially no awakenings. As such, he looks terrible on paper and his only purpose will be finding a way to utilize his non-inheritable active.

Using Fagan Rai’s active will transform him into his outstanding Evolved form and this can only be achieved in a dungeon; he cannot be evolved any other way.

This places a challenge for players as his cooldown is 22 turns and will be difficult to achieve in solo mode and is further compounded by the need to use him as a leader for the post-evolution leader skill.

While this is quite difficult to achieve in solo mode, 2P coop allows for the sharing of Skill Boosts Skill Boost which makes it significantly easier to achieve. Generally speaking, you wish to transform right away as you are quite helpless otherwise.

Either way, it is best to look at his Evolved form to fully understand his true capabilities.

Fagan Rai Transformed

Active: For 2 turns, bypass void damage shield effect (10 turn CD)

Leader Skill: 20x ATK and 2x HP & RCV for Dragon type; 50000 additional damage when matching 5 or more colors [4/400/4]

Awakenings: Bind Immune Bind Immune Skill Lock Resist 45 45 45 45
Super Awakenings: –
Typing: Dragon
Weighted Stats (Limit Break): 1399 (-)
HP 7899 (-) / ATK 3119 (-) / RCV 437 (-)
Weapon Assist: Skill Boost Imp ATK

Pros
Cons
  • Four 7 Combo 45 awakenings
    • 16x personal damage
  • Voids Damage Void for 2 turns
    • No longer need VDP
    • 10 turn CD
  • Built in Follow Up Damage when matching 5 colours
    • Counters Resolve
  • 4/400/4 LS
  • Must Transform to function
    • Difficult to achieve in solo
  • Restricted to only Dragons
  • Relies on 5 colours for Follow Up Damage
  • Can only use Machine or Healer Killer awakenings
  • Little sub use
  • Cannot be Limit Broken
    • No Super Awakenings

Fagan Rai Transformed is essentially the pinnacle of PAD  and feels rewarding after having to suffer/compromise your team composition to achieve.

Once transformed, Fagan Rai becomes an unconditional 4/400/4 leader for Dragon types while having built in Follow Up Damage when matching all 5 colours. This solves the need for FUA but it may still be useful to have one present as not every board will have all 5 colours. Furthermore, he comes with four 7 Combo 45 awakenings which translates into 16x personal damage against any spawn.

In addition to this, Fagan Rai’s active becomes a Void Damage Void for 2 turns which means VDP will not be required and is available on a fast 10-turn cooldown. With that being said, due to no secondary animation, it can only be used against a Void spawn and cannot be “dumped” early on to prevent an inherit from charging up.

Putting all of this together results in a truly impressive card and the main issue will be team building around his Transformation and Dragon requirement.

With this in mind, I like to turn to Ilmina.com‘s Fuzzy Search to find cards that fulfill specific requirements, in this case, Dragons with 4 or more Skill Boost Skill Boost. This website has all the current information for North America but may not always have the recently buffed JP cards such as Rikuu and Dolq who will both have 5 Skill Boosts in the near future.

Rikuu is especially exciting as he will also provide 20% Resistance against Jammer Jammer Resist, Poison Poison resist, and Blind Blind Resist while also having a full Rainbow board (for Follow Up Damage) and can quickly charge up due to Skill Charge .

Assuming Skill Boosts can be met, your goal will be to have all 5 colours represented to trigger his Follow Up Damage and one interesting choice will be Roche . While Roche has 1 measly Skill Boost, she has by far more TPA TPA damage than any other card.

Generally speaking, TPA is an underwhelming awakening as it is harder to fully take advantage of due to Rows or VDP or Blob activation. With that being said, a single Wood combo on Fagan Rai teams will deal comically large amounts of damage. This can be further amplified with TPA assists, most notably the new Zaerog Core which provides 2.

In essence, Fagan Rai is a terrifyingly strong leader assuming his Transformation requirements can be met. With that being said, it will be nearly impossible for less developed boxes to achieve this in solo mode but if you are able to or play extensively in coop with yourself, Fagan Rai may be the best choice for you.

Weapon Assist: Skill Boost Imp ATK

Active: For 4 turns, increase combo count by 2 (20 turn CD)

Pros
Cons
  • Cloud Resist
  • Skill Boost Skill Boost
  • Two Team HP
  • 20 turn CD
    • Less likely to accidentally charge up
  • Strong in a variety of situations

Fagan Rai’s Weapon Assist is quite spectacular as it provides numerous different benefits. Firstly, Cloud Resist always valuable and at this point in time, we are looking for supplemental benefits for using any particular card.

As such, the single Skill Boost Skill Boost can be helpful in almost any content as it is “free” along with two Team HP . These will add meaningful bulk and is especially relevant on Tifa teams who often have lower amounts of Effective Health.

Finally, the lengthy 20 turn cooldown is favourable as it will help prevent accidental charging and the +2 combos for 4 turns is quite powerful. This is especially valuable for Skill Boost Weapons as players often do not want the inherit to charge up (worst offender is Amen ).

As such, Fagan’s Weapon Assist can fit on a wide variety of teams while providing additional value and will have the most impact on newer/less developed boxes. Remember, choosing Fagan for his Weapon is not a  bad thing as it can be reversed into his Base form. Furthermore, the benefits it provides now may help you advance your current level of progress.


Base Zaerog Core

Active: Reduce HP by 50%; For 1 turn, increase orb move time by 3 seconds (1 turn CD)

Leader Skill: 2x HP for Dragon type; 9x ATK when matching 2+ Dark combos; 2x ATK and reduce damage taken by 25% when below 80% HP [4/324/1/43.75%]

Awakenings: Bind Immune Bind Immune Skill Boost Skill Lock Resist 45 45
Super Awakenings: TPA
Typing: Dragon
Weighted Stats (Limit Break): 1100 (1265)
HP 4836 (5561) / ATK 2450 (2818) / RCV 378 (435)
Weapon Assist:  TPA TPA Imp ATK

Pros
Cons
  • Massive personal damage
    • 45 45
  • FUA
  • Can gain VDP via SA
  • 1 turn active
    • Easy to inherit over
    • Powerful -50% HP for <50%
    • Synergy with LS
  • LS gains damage reduction when below 80%
    • Can survive Gravity + Hit
  • Restricted to Dragons via LS
  • Requires 2 Dark combos
    • Modestly orb hungry
    • Issues with VDP
  • Can only use Machine or Healer Killer awakenings

Zaerog Core’s base form is a stunning card with massive amounts of personal damage due to double 7 Combo 45 and two <50% This translates into 16x personal damage when below half health against any spawn. This is invaluable as he also comes with a FUA and can gain a VDP via Super Awakenings to ensure his damage is not wasted.

This leads him to become a stellar sub on a wide variety of teams, especially those that rely on being below 50% HP. This is because Zaerog Core offers fantastic damage but his 1 turn active ensures you can always heal up and reset your HP as needed. While we do have access to the Samurai Showdown Cartridge , Zaerog Core is a far superior option due to the stats and awakenings and means he can be run even if not fully compatible.

Building upon this, the 1 turn cooldown can be abused to carry a specific inherit such as a Damage Absorb Void and then using as a personal burst for Zaerog Core.

This is an interesting application as he still deals impressive amounts of damage without being low health but his -50% HP active functions as his own personal 4x burst. As such, it does enable him to be used on a wider variety of teams, even those who do not rely on being low health.

Moving away from his sub potential, Zaerog Core is able to lead a powerful team assuming players have enough Dragons to populate it. This can be a drawback, especially for less developed boxes and while he does boast impressive amounts of Effective Health (mix of 4x HP and Damage Reduction when below 80% HP), his full activation requirement may present some issues.

Zaerog Core requires two sets of Dark combos to activate and while this is the same orb requirement as many popular leaders (eg. Ina ), it is not created equal. This is because VDP will require 9 + 3 = 12 Dark orbs which may be problematic and may force players to become more reliant on orb changers.

With that being said, Zaerog Core has several interesting ways to ease his leader skill requirements. Firstly, he essentially takes care of all the damage requirements for your team which means you can populate it with subs that support his prowess. As such, Nergigante due to the 3 Enhanced Dark Orbs Dark Orb Enhance, solid stats, and powerful active will often be a desirable sub. In fact, with 2 Nergigantes, it is almost a 100% up time on your 15% Skyfall buff while also providing a column of Dark and Hearts.

Further building upon that, another interesting strategy is to utilize a Leader Swap (eg. Matcha ) and a 7×6 board. This larger board helps offset the orb hungry nature of his Leader Skill and his own 1-turn cooldown means it can be activated much earlier. With this in mind, initially leading with someone like Uruka / provides a compatible Leader Skill assuming Wood and Fire can be covered. Furthermore, she comes with the Damage Absorb Void which is something you would want to bring any way.

Thus, a team with Uruka as a leader, two Nergigante (4-8 SB Skill Boost depending on SA), two Zaerog Cores (yours + leader and VDP SA) equals up to 12 Skill Boosts plus one more from a sub with Fire. As such, the Leader Swap will be available quite fast and Uruka will still provide a meaningful multiplier to ease the transition. A list of Dragon cards with Dark/Fire can be found HERE.

Evolved Zaerog Core

Active: For 1 turn, bypass damage absorb shield effects; Unlock all orbs; Change all orbs to Fire, Water, Wood, Light, and Dark orbs (23 turn CD)

Leader Skill: 1.5x HP for Dragon type; 4x ATK when 6 or more combos; 4x ATK and reduce damage taken by 35% when above 50% HP [2.25/256/1/57.75%]

Awakenings: Bind Immune Bind Immune  Skill Boost TPA TPA TPA
Super Awakenings: TPA
Typing: Dragon
Weighted Stats (Limit Break): 1203 (1383)
HP 3236 (3721) / ATK 4050 (4658) / RCV 208 (239)
Weapon Assist:  TPA TPA Imp ATK

Pros
Cons
  • Can have 5 SB Skill Boost for Fagan Rai
  • Fujin style active
    • Creates all 5 colours
    • Skill Charge
  • Can reverse evolution for little cost
  • LS requires being above 50%
  • Restricted to Dragons
  • Base form has more universal applications

Evolved Zaerog Core dramatically changes his kit in a less ideal way due to the fact that his Base form is universally stronger. With that being said, he still comes with several valuable aspects and may give players their very first Damage Absorb Void (Fujin style active).

Evolved Zaerog Core can generate all 5 colours alongside their Damage Absorb Void while also owning a Skill Charge awakening. This enables him to quickly charge it up and can be used as a potent sub. With that in mind, he is a Dragon with 5 Skill Boosts Skill Boost via Super Awakenings. This means he can be a potential Fagan Rai sub which is pretty cool as two Valeria and Evolved Zaerog Core provides 17/22 Skill Boosts needed to Transform.

On the other hand, Evolved Zaerog Core provides an upgraded Leader Skill to Edward due to the 2.25x HP and similar 50% HP requirement. This type of Leader Skill can clear plenty of content, but only having Damage Reduction when above 50% and all your damage being tied to being above half health presents some problems.

Firstly, large preemptives will tear through the Damage Reduction and leave you vulnerable after. Furthermore, players must be above 50% HP before they match orbs to deal meaningful damage. As such, you may get “stuck” in a loop of being unable to activate. Finally, this is purely restricted to Dragons which makes team building harder.

One final thing to consider is players can easily reverse Zaerog Core back to his Base form if they outgrow the Evolved form’s value.

Weapon Assist: TPA TPA Imp ATK

Active: For 1 turn, 6x ATK for Dragon type

Pros
Cons
  • Two TPA TPA
    • Highest damage from a Weapon
  • 6x Burst for Dragons
  • 20 turn cooldown
    • Prevents accidental charging
  • Blob/Row/VDP meta

Zaerog Core’s Weapon Assist is able to provide two TPA TPA to the owning card and is the largest source of non-Killer damage we can gain from a Weapon Assist. This is meaningful and is naturally best used on cards with already high ATK and multiple TPA as it will enable them to dish out even more damage. As such, cards such as SR Haku and Roche come to mind as they are already TPA-oriented.

With that being said, TPA is a more “restrictive” awakening due to the current blob meta. This is because most teams rely on matching numerous connected orbs of their primary colour which often leaves little left for additional combos.

Thus, the TPA owning card will often under perform as there simply won’t be enough orbs for them to function. As such, the usage of this Weapon will be dependent on how effective your teams can actually support this offensive awakening.

Brief selection guide

Taking the above information into consideration, I have concocted a brief summary guide for who to pick. These are general statements and the best answer lies within your own personal Monster Box and PAD goals. Use these as a starting point, not absolute truths.

Pick Fagan Rai

Players should pick Fagan Rai if they have a dedicated account to coop with themselves, most often an alternate account. This will greatly alleviate the Skill Boost Skill Boost burden for his 22 turn Transformation active which is his greatest weakness.

Conversely, if you are able to have him charge up in solo, he can be more easily chosen.

Furthermore, if you are yearning for his Weapon Assist and do not have other alternatives for Cloud or SB, this may be the way to go.

Do not pick Fagan Rai if

I would advise against selecting Fagan Rai if you do not have a dedicated coop partner, are unable to have him charge up in solo, and have no need for his Weapon Assist.

Pick Zaerog Core

Players should choose Zaerog Core if they are in need of a powerful Dark sub and those who enjoy the <50% playstyle. His offensive capabilities are only surpassed by Ranger Slayer and he can even function on teams who do not rely on being below half health.

Furthermore, he has a powerful leadership potential and if players have numerous Dark Dragons, he can help clear plenty of content.

On the other hand, his Evolved form can act as a player’s first Damage Absorb Void active which will open doors for clearing content. This evolution can easily be reverted to his Base form should this active no longer be required.

On a more luxurious note, his Weapon Assist is the only one that provides two TPA TPA which leads to spectacular personal damage for several key cards.

Do not pick Zaerog Core if

I feel Zaerog Core is the more reliable decision as he can fulfill significantly more roles compared to Fagan Rai. The main reason you would not pick Zaerog Core is most likely the fact that you have a way (either deep Monster Box or coop) to have Fagan Rai transform right away.

Who I plan to pick

For myself, despite owning a well developed alternate account, I seldom play with myself nowadays. Furthermore, I lack Valeria for solo Transformation and feel it would not benefit me enough.

As such, I plan to pick Zaerog Core on December 1st when the Medal becomes available as I lack the damage prowess of a Ranger Slayer. Furthermore I am drawn to the 1 turn cooldown while also being able to field a strong team for him.

Conclusion

Both Fagan Rai and Zaerog Core are exciting new GFEs who bring powerful kits and abilities that are much harder to replicate. Furthermore, all players will receive a special Medal on December 1st which will enable us to choose one for free.

This Medal has no expiration date and can be held on to if a firm decision cannot be found.

With that being said, let me know what you think about these cards in the comments below along with who you plan to exchange for.

Happy Puzzling!

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Untitled Beach Ranking Tournament Strategies

Introduction

The Untitled Beach Ranking Tournament has gone live in North America and gives players a chance to play for lucrative rewards along with a 3% Crown.

As a twist, this dungeon will give players fixed leaders and have players build their own subs. This gives the illusion of choice but really boils down to a pseudo Monster Box check as certain cards are far superior. Thankfully, several key cards are actually farmable and some subs are flexible.

To further spice things up, time remaining will be worth twice as much. This places a much heavier emphasis on how fast you go and not fully matching each board will still get you a Crown.

This article will explain my approach to this Ranking Tournament for obtaining a Crown.

254,256 Score


Score breakdown

In Ranking Dungeons, players are scored based on the following:

  • Each Combo is worth 5,000 points
  • Each second remaining is worth 500 1,000 points
  • Hitting 40 Million damage is 10,000 points
  • Each active used to kill a floor (no combo made) is -5,000 points

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Heroine REM Review and Analysis – November 2019

Introduction

The Heroine Rare Egg Machine will be returning to North America once again while providing various buffs to several cards along with new Weapon Assists for five of the 6* cards.

While this does sound nice, this event may be skipped by many players due to how many times it has come around and no one wanting a seventh duplicate of a 5-star card.

This is the exact situation I am in as I have heavily rolled in this event the first couple of times it came around and despite never acquiring a 7-star card, I have no interest in pursuing them. This is not because they are weak, but the 10-Stone cost combined with me owning numerous copies of almost every 5-star card will result in countless wasted rolls. Furthermore, the 5-star cards were once unique and strong but have now become somewhat Powercrept by newer and flashier options.

As a result, the motivation/desire to roll may be lower, even for new players as fewer cards at the bottom rarity stand out like they did in the past.

This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses to give players a better understanding of what each card can do for their Monster Box.

Video commentary

—video coming soon—

Overview

Heroine REM Pros & Cons – November 22, 2019
Pros
Cons
  • Value at all rarities
  • Select 6-star cards have powerful Weapon Assists 
  • High weighted stats at top rarities
  • Old event
    • Many players have rolled many times
    • 10 Stones per roll
  • Few buffs this time around for 5-star cards
  • 5-star cards are becoming Powercrept
  • More top heavy
Heroine REM Rarities
 7 Star base  
 6 Star base        
 5 Star base     
Heroine REM Rankings – November 22, 2019
S
A  
B   
C
D

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking

All icons show Evolved form

Regardless of card’s ranking, you should always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them

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Fist of the North Star Collab REM Review & Analysis – November 2019

Introduction

The Fist of the North Star Collab will be making a triumphant return this coming Monday, November 18. This comes as a bit of a surprise as it has been several years since the last time this Collab returned and essentially every cards has been buffed/reworked to help them keep abreast with today’s cards.

This is a 5-Magic Stone Rare Egg Machine which is home to one of the strongest leaders in the game: Raoh Raoh. Raoh is the premier Fire leader we have been waiting for as he offers built in Follow Up Damage and can create an abusive System to clear end game content.

While this is exciting, the Collab as a whole features many weak cards and the 5-Stone cost somewhat works against them. Furthermore, due to the fact that Raoh is classified as a 7* card, he will require five, not four Trade Fodder to Monster Exchange for.

This article will cover the strengths and weaknesses of each card to give players a better understanding of what to expect in the Fist of the North Star Collab REM.

Video commentary

–video coming soon–

Overview

Fist of the North Star Collab REM Pros & Cons – November 15, 2019
Pros
Cons
  • Raoh Raoh
  • Raoh Raoh
  • Raoh Raoh
  • Raoh Raoh
    • 4 makes a System
  • Many 5* cards have questionable value
    • None have Weapon Assists
  • 7* cards exist
    • Slightly higher Exchange costs
  • Terrible rolling rates
Fist of the North Star Collab REM Rarities
7-Star Base Raoh kenshiro
6-Star Base toki yuria 
5-Star Base shin rei juda shew thouzer 1875
juza fudo rihaku huey nano
Fist of the North Star Collab REM Rankings – November 15, 2019
S Raoh
A kenshiro toki yuria
B shin thouzer juza huey nano
C rei fudo rihaku
D juda shew 1875

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking

All icons show the most evolved form

Use these rankings as starting points, not absolute truths

Regardless of a card’s ranking, you should always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them.

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