- Oct 25, 2017
God, the JP event took so much of my attention that I just finished the Babylonia memorial quests today lol
Wait till you have to start farming eggs (which is the new gold mat on jp)I'm farming Wine for Nobu because she doesn't actually require that many and if I get them I can get her skills to 8 at the very least.
However after doing fights all of my evening yesterday and all my fights today, I finally got one wine drop. At least my new lancer is getting some bond points but i'm really hating these Hydra =-=
D: That sounds horrible. Out of the new mats Magatama have been the easiest I will say.
Oh yeah, forgot to count the 15 x3 used before the 29 x3.
That's just cruel, reminds me of the 45 spirits roots i needed for Angra.
There is a difference in that with multi's you are guaranteed a 4 star ce or servant. While the odds of getting an SSR is the same, you are for sure getting gold with a 10 roll (even if it's Primevil Curse for th 100th bloody time =-=)
There is a difference. 10 rolls are guaranteed to give you a shitty 4 star CE. The rate on the 4/5 star servants and 5* CE is the same between the two. I do single rolls now because I save anywhere between 0 to 27 quartz when I get the rate up.
Honestly, that's totally fair. XD
I think if they gave us the 11 roll too early the JP server might get pissed because got that feature sooner than they did and got to benefit from it on banners they didn't, but we also got the quartz increase for quartz payments sooner and started with 30 quartz spins so it wouldn't be that weird.The 11 roll, engine updates and other QoL stuff needs to come quicker than two years. It's ridiculous that much poorer games (again like GFL) can keep clients up-to-date on a global level and still keep story content/events separated so I'm not really sure DW could conjure any decent excuse as to why they can't.
Saaaammmmeeee, I'm glad I stopped massively saving tickets because rolling a bunch at once was a bitch, especially when my friend and I would take turns to throw off the desire sensor.