Category Archives: Collab REM Reviews

Beach REM Review and Analysis – October 2018

Introduction

Ready for some fun in the sun? Ready to hit the beach with your new swim suit? I for one am personally forsaking the idea of having a beach body as it is nearly October and I cannot leave the house without a sweater. Regardless, the Beach REM returns to North America and comes with some new buffs/evolutions along with two brand new 8-star cards including Yog in a bikini!

Unfortunately, this event is horribly top heavy which may make players think twice before spending Magic Stones. With that being said, Beach Valkyrie B Claire has now become the October Quest monthly prize along with the 8-stars being available through the Monster Exchange system.

This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses to give you a better understanding of what is in store within this event.

Video commentary

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Overview

Beach REM Rarities
8-Star Base
Beach Myr   
7-Star Base B Meta B Sonia B Pandora  
6-Star Base summer urd B Chester Meimei B Lakshmi
5-Star Base B Kurone B Fuu
4-Star Base B Goemon B Navi
Beach REM Rankings – September 27, 2018
S    
A
B
B Sonia 
C
Beach Myr B Meta B Pandora  summer urd B Goemon B Navi
D B Chester Meimei B Lakshmi B Kurone B Fuu

All 8-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange.

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.

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

Continue reading Beach REM Review and Analysis – October 2018

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GungHo Collab REM Review and Analysis – September 2018

Introduction

Monday marks the debut of the GungHo Collab Rare Egg Machine along with part 2 of the event. As a whole, the GH REM is reasonable, but not necisarily game breaking along with costing 6 Magic Stones per roll.

On the bright side, rolling rates for 6/7* are quite promising (total of 32% in JP) which is partially attributed to the sheer number of cards available. Finally, players will be able to utilize the Monster Exchange System to trade in for a 7* card of their choice.

This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses to help you make a more informed decision of whether or not to roll.

Video commentary

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Overview

GungHo Collab REM
 7 Star base    
 6 Star base
 5 Star base
GungHo Collab REM Rankings – September 15, 2018
S
A       
B
C     
D  

All 7-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange.

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.

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

Continue reading GungHo Collab REM Review and Analysis – September 2018

GungHo Pal Egg Machine – Why You Should Roll

Introduction

The revamped GungHo Pal Egg Machine (PEM) is now live in North America and is a wonderful place to spend your Pal Points.

By comparison to the Rare Egg Machine, the PEM is a “free” way to acquire valuable cards. Players are able to acquire Pal Points much faster than Magic Stones and can farm them through Best Friends or special events. As such, it would be wise to utilize Pal Points in this event to acquire the new cards as they can provide value for most Monster Boxes.

This article will highlight the more ideal rolls and what players should be aiming for.

Video commentary

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Pal Point farming/usage

Pal Points are generated every day for just logging in along with being granted after using a friend in a dungeon. There is a limit of 99 Pulls that can be stored at a given time, but one can also save Pal Points in their Mailboxes for 60 days. Continue reading GungHo Pal Egg Machine – Why You Should Roll

[First Impressions] DBDC Buffs + New Cards & Sonia, Ney, Cotton, and More Buffs

Introduction

On my YT YouTube channel, I often release First Impression Videos that summarize my initial thoughts on new content being released in JP if it is significant/meaningful overall.

As such, I decided to chime in my thoughts on the new Dragonbound & Dragon Caller cards along with significant buffs to existing cards. While this video can be educational, it is also an indication that DBDC will be coming back to North America in 2-3 months. As such, it may be wise to save your Magic Stones as it is arguably the highest value event in Puzzle and Dragons.

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I forgot to mention that players can use the Monster Exchange to acquire 7* DBDC cards by trading in 5 rare Collab cards (7*+). This is an outrageously high cost and will not be applicable for the vast majority of the player base. With that being said, it can help those who have either been lucky or rolled excessively clean out their unwanted rare cards for something truly valuable.

Conclusion

Dragonbound & Dragon Caller should be coming back to North America in 2-3 months time so one may wish to start saving Magic Stones for this exciting event.

Let me know what you think about the new cards along with sizable buffs to Sonia, Ney, and Cotton.

Happy Puzzling!

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June Bride REM Review and Analysis – August 2018

Introduction

I once told a girl I wanted to get married in June when in fact I really meant August. As such, you would not believe my surprise when I found myself single in August and had no one to give my bouquet to. Regardless, the August June Bride REM comes at an awkward time due to the recent passing of a Super Godfest.

The Super Godfest has left most players without any Magic Stones and may be challenging to justify rolling here as it would be more for Pretty Girls as opposed to progression value. On the bright side, three of the 4-star cards have been removed from the REM lineup.

This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses to provide a better picture of what to expect in this event.

Video commentary

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Overview

June Bride REM
 8 Star base  W Gadius   
 7 Star base W Satsilo 
 6 Star base W Ra W Bastet
 5 Star base W Akechi W Ruka W Kano F
 4 Star base W Sopdet W Iza
June Bride REM Rankings – August 4, 2018
S
A  
B  
C W Gadius W Satsilo  W Ra W Bastet W Akechi
D W Ruka W Kano F W Sopdet W Iza

All 8-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange.

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.

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

Continue reading June Bride REM Review and Analysis – August 2018

Persona Collab REM Review and Analysis – July 2018

Introduction

The Persona Collab is finally making its way to North America and would have been more exciting if we did not already have Magic: The Gathering Collab. This is because Magic: The Gathering largely sidelined many of the Persona Cards and lowers their overall value as we now have alternatives for some of their abilities.

While this may sound depressing, it also means one can save their Magic Stones for a more beneficial event (large speculation for a Super Godfest with the debut of Richie ). With that being said, the Persona Collab comes with powerful farmable Weapon Assists and cards that are worth pursuing. Full article on farmable options can be found HERE.

This article will summarize all the REM cards available in the Persona Collab by examining their strengths, weaknesses, and where one can effectively utilize them.

Video commentary

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Overview

Persona Collab REM
 6 Star base    
 5 Star base      
Persona Collab REM Rankings – July 13, 2018
S  
A
B   
C   
D

All 6-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange System along with Morgana 

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.

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

Continue reading Persona Collab REM Review and Analysis – July 2018

Magic: The Gathering REM Review and Analysis – June 2018

Introduction

Magic: The Gathering Collab is coming to North America this Monday through a synchronized release with the JP Server. This is incredibly exciting as North American players are able to board the hype train as it departs the station instead of several months later when potentially newer and flashier things have been announced in JP.

Furthermore, this Collab has a massive following and many players may be rolling for both their potency and for nostalgia reasons. As a whole, this event is quite solid as all of the 6=star cards have merit and value unlike most other 5-stone machines of the past. As such, it may be harder to trade them in via Monster Exchange as they all offer something valuable through both their regular evolution and Weapon Assist form.

Unfortunately, the Magic: The Gathering has less value at the 5-star rarity which is where approximately 90% of the rolls will be found (basing off the notion that 6-star cards tend to be around 2.5% each). As such, it may be challenging to fully justify rolling and players may end up only Monster Exchanging for a few select cards.

This article will summarize each card’s strengths and weaknesses to give you a better idea of whether or not it is worth spending your Magic Stones in this event.

Video commentary

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Overview

Magic: The Gathering REM
 6 Star base
 5 Star base
Magic: The Gathering REM – July 2, 2018
S   
A   
B
C  
D  

All 6-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange System.

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.

Due to the power of all the 6-stars in the event, one should keep their first copy of each one and only consider trading if owning duplicates and interested in their Weapon Assist evolution.

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

Continue reading Magic: The Gathering REM Review and Analysis – June 2018