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Shinrabansho Collab REM Overview – September 2019

Introduction

The Shinrabansho Collab will be making what should be their final return to Puzzle and Dragons on September 9. This comes at a truly strange time as the current DBDC 2 Ranking Dungeon requires Sigma for optimal scoring but comes right after the Tournament finishes.

Regardless, the Shinrabansho Collab will bring numerous buffs to existing cards, new Weapon Assists, and a few new monsters to acquire. There are some powerful cards to be rolled in this event, including some 5-stars, but the main problem is the rolling pool is so heavily bloated that it will become harder to snipe any one specific monster. This may make it challenging to stomach for some players along with the cards having less than Waifu-level art.

With this in mind, I will be highlighting who I feel are the more notable cards in this event to give players a snapshot of what can potentially be rolled.

If you feel I have overlooked/left out any particular 5-star card, please let me know in the comments below and I will reply/edit the article accordingly.

Video commentary

–video coming soon–

Overview

Shinrabansho Pros & Cons – September 6, 2019
Pros
Cons
  • 5-stone event
    • Gentler Monster Exchange rates
  • Some 5-star rolls are quite valuable
  • Large rolling pool
    • Hard to snipe a specific card (especially 5*)
  • Large variance in value for cards
  • I find the artwork to be ugly
  • Most likely the final return of this Collab
Shinrabansho Collab REM
 7 Star base Shin Athena Shin Sonia
 6 Star base
 5 Star base   +14 others
Shinrabansho Collab Rankings – September 7, 2019
S Shin Athena
A
B Shin Sonia
C + many others
D More 5-stars

All 7-star cards are available for trade within the Monster Exchange System.

Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking.

Regardless of card’s ranking, you should almost always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them.

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Kiriko, I mean Shinrabansho Collab REM Overview

Introduction

The Shinrabansho Collab is returning to Puzzle and Dragons with some minor upgrades and evolutions. Unfortunately, it is mostly a story of too little, too late to have any real viability outside of Kiriko 1973 as a powerful sub on the new Xiang Mei Xiang Mei. Even with the introduction of a re-coloured (non-awoken) Sakuya Shin Sakuya, Sonia Shin Sonia, and Athena Shin Athena,  the quality and quantity of the rare rolls is horribly lacking. The cards are quite underwhelming and it would be wise to not roll as you are more likely to pull more Uriels Uriel, Gadius Gadius, or collect enough MP for another Xiang Mei before rolling Kiriko (or anything of real value).

As with any Collab REM, any monster who can achieve at least a 5-star rarity can qualify as an assistant for Skill Inheritance. Therefore, you should think carefully before hastily selling your rolls. If you have not already, I highly encourage you to read my Skill Inheritance Guide.

Valuable Rolls

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