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GungHo Collab Godfest Featuring Dark Evolutions Review & Analysis – May 2019

Introduction

The GungHo Collab is finally making a return to North America after several months. Following the trend in January, the 6 and 7-star cards will be available during a Super Godfest. What makes this Godfest more exciting is the debut of the Dark evolutions which grant significantly more power to four of the 7* GungHo cards.

Due to the Super Godfest, the total chance of acquiring something of value is higher, but each roll will cost 10 Magic Stones. Thankfully, all cards come out +297, max Awoken, and max Level along with the rolling rates being around 33% to acquire a 6/7* GFE or 7* GungHo Collab card.

This article will outline the strengths and weaknesses of the GungHo cards to give players an idea of what each card has to offer and whether or not it is worth their Magic Stones.

Video commentary

—Video coming soon—

Overview

GungHo Collab Super Godfest Pros & Cons – May 29, 2019
Pros
Cons
  • Super Godfest
    • Around 33% for GFE/Top rarity card
  • All rolls come with lucrative benefits
    • +297
    • Max Awoken
    • Max level
  • New Dark evolutions
  • Skill leveling dungeon is available
    • Note that Dark evos have a different active
  • 7* GFE should have a 1.5% roll chance
  • Strong chance no 5* GH Collab cards
  • 10 Magic Stones per pull
  • No Monster Exchange available
  • Mostly older 5* Pantheon cards as filler
GungHo Collab Lineup
 7 Star base  
 6 Star base
 5 Star base
GungHo Collab Rankings – May 29, 2019
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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.

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10-Magic Stone Godfest Featuring Great Witch Hats Review

Introduction

The upcoming 10-Magic Stone Super Godfest is arguably the best Godfest to date. This is because it features an incredibly high rolling rates for rare cards along with the most collateral benefits thus far as all cards come out at 8-stars, level 88, fully awoken, and +297. As such, 5-star Pantheon cards will come out Reincarnated and have a large chunk of their 16 million EXP curve already finished.

All of this almost demands players to liberally spend their Magic Stones as it will be hard for a Super Godfest to top this; however, North American players have the advantage of being 2 months behind the JP server and know what is on the near horizon.

From my 7-year Anniversary Stream recap post, we now know that Monster Hunter and YYH Collabs will be returning with Monster Hunter being one of the best events of all time. This is because the 5-star cards hold incredibly powerful Weapon Assists that can provide 60% coverage against Blind Blind Resist, Poison Poison resist, or Jammers Jammer Resist. Furthermore, a return of any event promises various buffs that should improve the viability of the higher rarity cards. Despite not knowing what will be improved, Monster Hunter is worth rolling in just for the Weapon Assists.

With this in mind, players will have to make a tough decision as to where their Magic Stones should be spent as both the Super Godfest and Monster Hunter are 10-stone events.

Official GH NA post can be found HERE.

Video commentary

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Super Godfest overview

Super Godfest Pros & Cons – Feb 22, 2019
Pros
Cons
  • High Rolling rates
    • 1% Hats and Samurai 3
    • 2% Featured Seasonals
    • 0.75% 6-star GFE
      • 38.5% for any of the above
  • Strong line up of GFE
    • Many have received Mega Awokens recently in JP
  • Strongest collateral benefits to date
    • Comes out 8-star (Reincarnated if possible)
    • Level 88
    • Fully awoken
    • +297
  • Can exchange Witch Hats for base card
    • Limited time offer
  • Only 5-star Pantheons featured
  • No Saline or Veroh
  • Monster Hunter Collab is coming soon
1% chance each (8% total)

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