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Prince of Tennis Collab REM Review – January 2022

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The Prince of Tennis Collab makes their North American debut and features a massive roster of cards who all sport 2 unique Weapon Assists . This gives all cards at least some value and for newer accounts who lack options, many of these cards can be meaningful.

Generally speaking, Weapon Assists tend to be Powercrept the slowest which can give many of these cards a longer shelf life compared to leaders who can tend to be rotated out on a much more frequent basis. With that being said, the Prince of Tennis Collab does not feature any notable leader along with the bottom rarity having much less value for more developed Boxes.

With that being said, I do feel that this Collab is worth at least several rolls due to the large rolling pool which should hopefully lower the chances of duplicates along with many of the 7/8-stars being tremendously valuable.

Due to continuing wrist pains, I have only done Pros & Cons for all the cards.

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All Monster information gathered via Tsubaki Bot (Discord Bot) and monster icons come from PADx or Tsubaki Bot

Prince of Tennis Collab REM Pros & Cons – January 2022
  • All cards have 2 Weapon Assists
  • 7 Magic Stones to roll
  • Strong subs & Weapons
    • Leaders are Powercrept the fastest
  • Value for nearly every 7/8* card
    • 33.9% chance
  • No stellar leaders
  • Evolving Skills may be cumbersome to manage/juggle
    • But can have a large pay off if done right
  • Bottom rarity has much lower value for developed Boxes
    • Comprises 66.1% of the total rolling pool


Prince of Tennis Collab REM
8 Star base
(11.5% total)
7 Star base
(22.4% total)
6 Star base
(66.1% total)
Icons show Base form/form they come out in
Prince of Tennis Collab Rankings – January 2022

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