The Bleach Collab returns to North America after a prolonged absence. This is good news as all of the cards have received various buffs along with some gaining new evolutions.
Sadly, only the top rarity will gain Weapon Assists which does lower the value of duplicates at the 4 and 5-star rarities. While this is saddening, two out of the five 4-star cards are quite powerful and may be enough justification to do a few rolls.
This is further facilitated by the 5 Magic Stone price tag but at the same time, players should be aware that the overall Weighted Stats are on the lower end.
This article will outline the pros and cons for each card within the Bleach Collab event to give players a better understanding of what each monster can do.
—video coming soon—
Bleach Collab Pros & Cons – May 7, 2020
Bleach Collab REM
|6 Star base
(2.5% each, 12.5% total)
|5 Star base
|4 Star base
Bleach Collab Rankings – May 7, 2020
Order within each tier is random and not reflective of ranking
Regardless of card’s ranking, you should always keep it if it is your very first time acquiring them
Bottom rarity quick summary
The bottom rarity should be the main motivation to roll in an event and here is a brief summary showcasing their awakenings and/or Weapon Assists if applicable. Awakenings in (brackets) are Super Awakenings.