The Final Fantasy Collab is one of the most popular and powerful collaborations available in Puzzle and Dragons. The various cards feature unique actives along with powerful leadership potential. Furthermore, GungHo has significantly buffed many of these cards to keep them relevant in today’s meta along with introducing new characters.
This post will cover all the changes that have been implemented for November, 2016 along with my thoughts and commentary for each of the monsters.
On a different note, all players above rank 50 will gain a free roll in the Final Fantasy Collab and you may get lucky.
Final Fantasy REM Overview
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|4 Star Rolls|
Note about Skill Inheritance
Any card that comes out of a Collab REM or REM that can achieve at least a 5-star form is able to be used as an assistant for Skill Inheritance. This means all the Final Fantasy cards can be used as assistants and you should think twice before vendoring any of them. For more information about Skill Inheritance, feel free to check out my guide HERE.
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6 Star Rolls
The following monsters are both the rarest and most powerful cards available from the Final Fantasy REM. However, each day of the Final Fantasy Collab will feature one 6-star having a higher than normal roll rate on a rotating basis: