The Dragonbound & Dragon Caller Egg Machine is one of the most highly anticipated events to come to NA/EU as it features brand new and powerful monsters who will shift up the end game meta.
There was a great deal of wonder and worry as to whether or not we would be receiving this REM but thankfully, this event somewhat mirrors the Heroine one. This is because both the Heroine and Dragonbound/Caller machines are part of a Collaboration or seasonal event as well as costing 10 Magic Stones per roll.
While 10 stones may seem steep compared to the norm of 5, the Dragonbound and Dragon Caller REM contains incredible cards overall at all rarity values and is worth rolling (heavily) in.
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Cards at a glance
Dragonbound & Dragon Caller REM Rarities
The evolved forms of Ney will also be available during this event. Full Ney article can be found HERE.
Rankings are in no particular order within each tier
Dragonbound & Dragon Caller REM Rankings
Artwork Rankings by Pancaaake
|B||so probably not|
|C||but her ideal roll is|
Perhaps the most important ranking table in this whole article. This is just for fun and should
not be the reason you roll.
Powercreep and timing
Powercreep is the notion that newer cards/evolutions tend to outpace/replace older or existing options. This is an essential aspect of any longstanding game and the key to success is releasing it at a steady rate instead of leaps and bounds.
Thankfully, one unique and wonderful aspect of Puzzle and Dragons is that cards go through cyclic patterns of dominance and inadequacy. Thus, a strong card of the past has a decent chance of becoming relevant again in the future. Continue reading Dragonbound & Dragon Caller Egg Machine Review and Analysis – December 2017