The Dragonbound & Dragon Caller (DBDC) Rare Egg Machine returns to North America on Monday, November 19 and comes with numerous buffs, new cards, and Monster Exchange options.
As a whole, the DBDC REM is arguably the highest value collab/seasonal machine in the game despite the 10-stone cost due to the incredible value at the bottom rarity. This is important as nearly every roll will have value to a given player assuming it is their first/second time acquiring that card.
Generally speaking, the DBDC cards are highly specialized and are able to fulfill their respective role incredibly well. While this means one may not be using them all the time, they are sometimes vital to own for specific content/mechanics as it is hard to replace them otherwise.
For the most part, I would encourage all players to roll in this event assuming they do not own many/most of the bottom rarity cards as they are unique and can help one progress through new content. With that being said, for players who have rolled in the past 2 events, the chances of rolling something new are quite low and may be better skipping as a whole.
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 coming soon—
Dragonbound & Dragon Caller REM
|7 Star base|
|6 Star base|
|5 Star base|
DBDC REM Rankings – November 17, 2018
All 7-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange.
Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.