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You need to beat the raid several times, and you only need to do it deathless once. You're just screwing yourself out of rewards by ending it early. And 6.5k is perfectly reasonable for this map if you have a good team comp.
Trust me, nobody's going to get mad at you for a normal map (the raid is the one that brings the salt). If your team fails then you don't lose feathers, so people are much less apt to be frustrated.
Edited by IniuriaTalis on Oct 5th 2018 at 2:36:24 PM
You should at least play enough co-op to stay below 44 feathers. It maxes out at 50 and you get 6 per level so it's easy to waste dozens of them by carelessly leveling too fast.
Plus it's pretty much impossible to do some higher level content without your AI buddies suiciding and preventing you from getting all the Wyrmite.
So wait you can only get the event dragon by completing the story several times? That's disappointing that they aren't guaranteed like the event character. I don't really care for the event character herself, I just want the dragon.
Beating the boss and raids gets you blazons you can use in a special gacha, which contains Pele. You're guaranteed to get her if you draw enough. She's also one of the medal rewards, which you need to grind for.
Edited by IniuriaTalis on Oct 5th 2018 at 6:35:53 AM
How would unbinding Pele work, then? Can you only do it once?
You can reset the box after you draw Pele, up to 5 times.
I have 3 Peles now.
Edited by Clarste on Oct 5th 2018 at 4:40:47 AM
After grinding the Expert raids a bunch, I have determined that the most important element to a successful run is how many players are running Phoenix.
No, really. I've seen people on Reddit say that you should change your name to HasPhoenix to avoid getting disconnected on for low might.
I've never noticed or cared about healing in this fight, tbh. You can dodge most of his attacks using invincible frames from skills, which even apply to your party members if you time it right. The rest is volcanoes, which should be obvious. Frankly I'd rather have an ally who dealt more damage with a water dragon than an ally with phoenix, especially since he seems to take triple damage from dragons.
The thing is that Phoenix is the only one who can save you from stupid AI, protect the other 3 possibly bad people in your lobby, and prevent you from giving up a valuable DPS slot at the same time.
It's not like she's exclusive with water dragons, either. Put her on your weakest party member and switch to them when someone's about to die, and you lose nothing.
Is it common for events in this genre to ever repeat?
I ask mainly because it's weird to have a Wyrmprint that's main perk is gonna be useless once this quest is over.
Also, question, but...anyone else find the event character's combo a little off-putting? The backwards lunge followed by a forward dash has been hard to get used to after the Prince's fairly rapid combo ending in a jumping slash.
You lose the dragon meter you spent transforming.
Alright... Just started the game and my prince character name is "Akras" (Cuz why naut :P). And I just summoned a character named Verica. Is she worth spending time with?
Also, other than Verica, I got these adventurers:
Verica, Alain, Linus, Rawn, Malora and Althemia
And these dragons:
Kindling (Fire), Hinata (Light), Forest Dragon (Wind)
Good investment or reroll?
So if I download the APK now to play the game, would there be any possible complications should Dragalia Lost become officially available in my region? How can we backup our accounts? And is it true that the game has a shared global server?
Make a Nintendo account and then link it to the game so it'll create save data for when you transfer devices.
And yes, the server is global.
Alright then, I'll try downloading it soon... I was skeptical if there would be any issues with using an APK, and our Internet connection's been unstable for these past weeks, but I hope I won't miss out on the event with Lily.
For rerolling purposes, they're all irrelevant except maybe Verica, who's the 2nd best healer in the game. But there's a large gap between her and #1.
If you're inclined to reroll at all, you should definitely reroll.
I mean, the game's forgiving enough that you can get by with 3* characters (my main is 3* Althemia), but none of those people or dragons are actually good.
Edited by Clarste on Oct 6th 2018 at 2:44:52 AM
@Clarste I see... So is it fine not to reroll at all? And yeah, I forgot to tell that I got Lily btw.
Edited by ElfenLiedFan90 on Oct 6th 2018 at 5:32:21 PM
I didn't reroll at all, but I got lucky and got a number of 5* dragons from later rolls. I think it's fine to play without rerolling, but if you want to reroll anyway you can only benefit. It's a matter of what you feel comfortable with, imo. It's not a "you absolutely must reroll" kind of game.
I mean, ultimately it's skill based. You see tons of high level whales with rare characters who are just awful at the game, and that's more of a liability than a skilled player using the free story 4* units.
Edit: Lily is good, of course, so if you like her then go ahead and use that one.
Edited by Clarste on Oct 6th 2018 at 4:10:20 AM
I named my version of Euden Caim.
Nowe would've been better, considering Euden's the complete opposite of Caim in almost every way (with the only real similarities being both of them bonding with female red dragons and being royalty).
Not that I don't think that the name is bad at all.
Edited by Customer on Oct 6th 2018 at 8:14:35 AM
His alternate sister seems to have a thing for him, though.....
Is there a way to seperate the names of Euden and your profile or are they one and the same?
Kinda awkward having cutscenes introduce the poor chap as NesClassic.
It's one and the same. I'd call it a pretty major flaw with the game, especially if you don't identify with Euden at all.
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