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Starting from when you first open the game, start a new account by selecting "New Game". Select "Guest" for account binding to save time, you can bind your account later on once you want to stick with the results.
When asked about downloading voiceovers, selecting no voiceover will save you some download time, but it's only like 50mb difference.
There is also an option to partially skip the tutorial. If you are a new player, then it's recommended to go through with it since there's a lot of stuff about the mechanics. Though you can revisit the entire tutorial later on, but for rerolling purposes, select "skip".
Once you finish downloading the entire data, there will be a quick summoning tutorial. The initial tutorial summon has 1 guaranteed UR, but the pool of units is limited, so you don't actually have access to everything just yet.
The first UR that you summon here is levelled to 99 automatically. Not the most important thing, but it can REALLY help you progress with your account faster. It's ok to be nitpicky about this first summon, but there are plenty of other summoning opportunities later.
If you don't like what you get, you can delete your account right away by going to the title screen and select Data -> Delete Account. This is better than uninstalling the game since you won't have to re-download the entire game data again. If you don't want to reroll just yet, continue on the tutorial a little bit more to get more chances of summoning.
When watching the story cut scenes, you can skip it by tapping on the arrows at the top right of the screen.
In the battle, you can turn on the fast forward option on the top right to x1.5 speed to make things faster. Option settings also have the option to turn off Ability Effects, which can speed up the battle process.
After the whole tutorial is finished, you will be able to get the new player and login rewards. How many visiores you get at the start may depend on the currently on-going log in rewards. Tap the "Presents" to claim all the presents.
Once all of that is over, head to the summon screen to start summoning and see what you get. New players have access to a free summon once a day for 7 days. Depending on when you reroll, sometimes there are other free multi summon banners as well.
For faster summoning, you can tap the "Skip Animation" button just below the visiore amount.
Continue with the things below if you still don't want to restart the account yet.
Head to the shop section from the button below on the main screen of the game, and select the "Beginner's Shop" banner. This is time limited, and all of the items are good. It's recommended to clear out the entire shop, except for the ones that need paid visiores (for obvious reasons). The free items given through the present box when you start the account provides enough visiores and Gil to do so.
You can buy 3 tickets of the 10x summon that has a guaranteed UR for a total of 1500 visiores. If you're not going after a banner character, this is a good use of visiores since it will give you more units.
But if you're playing this game because you're after a certain unit from a banner, skip this ticket for the moment and reroll the banner instead. If you get the unit early, you'll want to use the extra visiores that you have to buy shards of that character, instead of going for random URs through the ticket.
If you do buy the tickets, you can use them by going to the summon screen and tap the "Ticket Summon List" on the bottom right.
The beginner shop section provides some tickets to buy shards. One of them uses free visiore, and the other one uses paid visiores only. Only consider the paid one once you're fully committed to the account. Otherwise, the free visiore ticket is pretty important that you'll want to pick up.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Be sure to tap on the tickets before you buy them, and check to see if a unit that you want to raise is in that ticket. Some tickets obtainable from gifts, or certain shops may not include certain high cost units, or limited time units.
Collaboration characters are always limited time units. If you're playing this game and rerolling for those characters, then these shard tickets most likely can't be used on them. However, they are still important on raising just about any other units, so there's no harm in picking up all of them. You just have to prioritize in focusing your limited time units first or get the tickets.
It takes 1000 unit shards to fully reach max level, so clearing out all the shard tickets that uses free visiore isn't enough to fully level them up, but the paid one does.
If you're considering buying some visiores, then yes, the paid visiore for shard tickets is worth the value. This is because shard tickets are rarely sold, and are often a lot more expensive than what you can get from the beginner's shop.
Once you're satisfied with your account, you can use a select unit ticket to complete the account. This is given to new players through the login bonus, and you can claim them from the giftbox.
To use them, go to the summon screen and tap the "Ticket Summon List" at the bottom right of the screen. Then tap the "Select Ticket" tab and scroll all the way down. You can look at the units that you can choose when you tap the "Summon" button before you actually confirm it.
If you don't like your account and would like to start over, simply head back to the title screen and tap the "Data" button on the bottom right of the screen. Then choose to "Delete Account". This lets you restart without having to uninstall the game and re-download the entire game data.
If you are short of a few Visiores to do a multi summon, you can do a couple of story missions, and then go to "missions" on the main screen, and tap claim all.
You can turn off Ability Effects in the settings by tapping on the options at the top right during battle. This will help speed up the battle by a lot so you can go through the missions quickly.
Another way is to complete all the quests in "Beginner Hall", which may take longer compared to just rerolling all over, but each stage gives 100, and there's 14 quests so a total of 1400 more Visiores.
Occasionally the color of a crystal will upgrade to Gold or Rainbow.
If the crystal is Rainbow colored, a UR unit or vision card is guaranteed.
If the crystal is Gold colored, a MR unit or vision card is guaranteed.
|Rarity||Unit (%)||Vision Card (%)|
Note 1: This is a rate for Rare Summon (Rare Gacha).
Note 2: Units sometimes get rate-up.
It will be much easier to fully limit break a unit if you try to roll for a character that's currently on banner since it's easier to get shards for them. This can really give you a good headstart on progressing your account. Even better if the unit is considered top tier.
Lara Croft is a ranged damage dealer that has high speed and crit related stats to make her nimble and deadly. She's definitely good at that role, but most of her attacks are single target only. She has the potential to be a good solo carry unit for new players and she's not that hard to build.
Starlight Elena is a global exclusive/original unit that came from FFBE. She's a bruiser that uses magic attacks at melee range.
She is somewhat similar to Lara Croft in the sense that they are both good with evasion and crit related stats, but with slightly lower values than Lara Croft. They are also both mainly single target attack damage dealers.
Aside from the current banner unit(s), these are some of the other units that are recommended to go after. All are considered to be really strong and top tier to be worth rerolling for. For the rest of the units, be sure to check the tier list.
Helena (Black-Robed Witch) is arguably considered to be the best unit at the moment, and can be quite worth it to roll for her.
She can deal a lot of damage with good area and range, and she's able to deal with a variety of enemies from tanks to evasive targets. Subjob options are also pretty good, allowing her to either be a magic tank, or have instant magic attacks and heal spells.
Both Xiza and Ildyra are currently available to purchase for free using guild medals (Xiza) or friend medals (Ildyra), which may lower their priority to reroll for them.
These are units that cost 100. This just means that they are units "supposedly" made to be slightly better than the lower cost units. The catch is that their shards cost double the amount of regular units. However, since new players can get many select shard tickets (some may or may not be used on them), it's a lot more feasible for newer players to actually get them.
Garvall, Sakura, and Louelle are all strong mage damage dealers that can be good for most content as well. Aside from being a different element from one another, they all have their own strengths and weaknesses to consider.
|Initial AP & Acquired AP||Damage/Heal Mechanics|
|Rerolling||Farming Dime Memory (Azure)|
|Main Story||Job Point Farming|
|Things to Do First||Royal (Vip)|
|Limit Burst||Unit Stats|
|Equipment (Stats, How to Equip)||Equipment (Level, Awakening, +)|
|Player Info & Name||Bravery & Faith|