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Kamen Rider Collab REM Review and Analysis – January 2021

Introduction

The Kamen Rider Collab returns to North America along with various buffs to existing monsters as well as several new cards.

As a whole, I feel this event is underwhelming from a rolling point of view due to the lower potency of the bottom rarity cards who comprise 77.3% of the rolling pool. While each card does have a Weapon Assist , the bottom rarity ones are often easily replaced by other options which in turn grants them lower usability.

With this in mind, I would be most inclined to do the free rolls and utilize the Monster Exchange system or IAP bundles if truly interested in the higher value cards.

Due to various health issues, this article will be lacking a modest amount of text as typing is incredibly painful and voice-text was not working for me along with having to change my work flow/process within a short period of time.

I have still included pros & cons for each card but the larger text summaries may be missing. With that being said, the corresponding video will be unchanged and will provide further elaboration if the pros & cons are insufficient.

Video commentary

—video coming Monday—

Overview

Kamen Rider Collab REM Pros & Cons – January 2021
Pros
Cons
  • All cards have Weapon Assists
    • Grants more value for dupes
  • 6 Magic Stones per roll
  • Monster Exchange uses five 6* GFE
  • Big rolling pool
    • Should be harder to get Dupes
  • 3 Funky orb skins
  • Big rolling pool
    • Harder to get what you want
  • May just be a Monster Exchange, no Roll event
    • More efficient
  • Bottom rarity cards have middling value overall
    • Many are easily replaced
    • Comprise 77.3% of rolls
Kamen Rider Collab REM
6 Star base
(22.7% total)
       
 
5 Star base
(77.3% total)
 
Kamen Rider Collab – January 2021
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A  
B      
C
D

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking

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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Top Farmable PAD Cards – October 2019

Introduction

Puzzle and Dragons is one of the longest mobile games on the market and has evolved and changed over the years. Initially there was a heavier emphasis on Farmable monsters (those that can be acquired outside the Rare Egg Machine [REM]) but this is somewhat on the decline due to the differing rate of Powercreep between REM and farmable.

With that being said, there are still some invaluable Farmable cards and I wish to highlight those that I feel are the most valuable at this point in time.

Just bear in mind that this list is compromised of my own personal opinion and should be used as a starting point, not as absolute truth. There will be some cards I value or undervalue compared to you and if you feel I have missed someone or grossly miss-evaluated a card, let me know in the comments below.

Video commentary

–video coming soon–

How I classify a Farmable monster

Any card that comes from either a dungeon drop, Monster Points, Pal Egg Machine (PEM), or Monster Exchange I consider a Farmable monster. Essentially, the idea is you do not need to spend Magic Stones or Real Life money to acquire (eg. Collab Orb Skin cards are not Farmable).

These cards may require a higher level of investment to fully max out but it is worth the cost considering Magic Stones are not required.

Overview

I have grouped the various Farmable cards into rough categories. It is possible for some cards to bleed over into other pools so use this as a starting template for where you can use them.

Best Farmable Monsters – October 2019
Sub (non-farming)   3264
Assist/inherit
Skill Boost Tengu
Leader  
Sub (farming) Ult Zeus Dios

How valuable a card is will be dependent on your own Monster Box and goals

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