Soft-Reroll Guide

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Disambig.png This article is about the rerolling system that is included within the game itself. For the process that involves deleting and re-downloading the game, see Hard-Reroll Guide.

This guide covers pull priorities when using the in-game reroll system, the Tutorial Summon Showcase, which was introduced in version 2.4.0.

How to Reroll[edit]

You will have the option to reroll fairly early, while the game is downloading extra data in the background. At first, there are three options:

  • Appearance Rates - shows the full listing of available units, and the odds of getting each one.
  • Tutorial Details - Has more details on how the reroll system works (or you can read this guide, whichever works for you).
  • Summon - performs 50 summons and lets you view the results. Every 10th summon in the batch is guaranteed 4 Icon Rarity 4.png or above.

Once you press Summon, you'll need to press "Next" 4 times until you reach the last page and view your full results. Then you'll have 3 more options:

  • Results - shows what you pulled in an easily-screenshottable format
  • Reset - dumps your current reroll and performs the 50 summons again.
  • Accept - keeps your current result and lets you start playing the game.

Use Results to look over what you have. If you don't like it, you can Reset to try the 50 pulls again. Once you're happy with your pulls, press Accept.

Rerolling Goals[edit]

The reroll summon showcase has a 6% rate for 5 Icon Rarity 5.png units, so you should expect to get about 3 on average with each attempt.

Also, try to have as few duplicates as possible. Duplicates of dragons can be equipped to multiple adventurers, but dupes of adventurers won't do anything.

General Tips[edit]

  • In rerolls, dragons are usually more important than adventurers. 3 Icon Rarity 3.png and 4 Icon Rarity 4.png adventurers can be promoted and built up to become useful, but you CANNOT promote 3 Icon Rarity 3.png and 4 Icon Rarity 4.png dragons - so you are reliant on pulling 5 Icon Rarity 5.png dragons. This means you're more gated by luck when it comes to dragons, compared to adventurers.
    • That being said, certain adventurers are still very good and worth having in your roll. They will be listed in the table below, alongside the dragons.
    • The importance of adventurers vs dragons evens out the further you get into the game. But building a strong dragon core early on is very important, so that you can actually reach later content in the game.
  • Not all 5 Icon Rarity 5.png in this game are meta. - While most 5 Icon Rarity 5.png are strong, some do not bring the tools necessary for endgame fights, so they are not top priority picks.
  • Quality over quantity - The aim is NOT just a large amount of 5 Icon Rarity 5.png, you want ones that are actually useful. If you get a unit not listed here, you can ask in the community discord (linked later) whether that unit is worth keeping. But generally you'll end up sticking to the charts in this guide anyway.
  • Meta shifts can happen whenever a major new piece of content is added - The recommendations below reflect current meta preferences for units. New fights (particularly endgame fights) could cause units to suddenly become more relevant or less relevant over time.

Rating your Roll[edit]

When rating your roll:

  • Aim for 2 units from the chart below, ideally S-rank or A-rank.
  • If you get 2 dragons, they should ideally be different elements.

If you've passed the above checks, post screenshots of your results in the community Discord server and someone can help you make the final call.

What's a "Gala" Unit?[edit]

A Gala Dragalia Showcase, featuring Gala Mars.

Gala units are a special set of higher-power 5 Icon Rarity 5.png units, which are usually variants of main story characters. The summon showcases they can appear in (called "Gala Dragalia" or "Gala Dragalia Remix") are available on a limited basis twice per month. This reroll system includes several Gala units, so pulling some is generally very valuable, as they can be hard to get otherwise.

  • Please note that "Gala" doesn't display on the units in-game. For example: Gala Mars will display as JUST "Mars" in-game.
  • Just match the images of what you pulled to the images you see in this guide, and you'll be fine.

Recommendations[edit]

Click an icon to jump to an explanation of that unit's ranking.

Rank Icon Element Flame.png Flame Icon Element Water.png Water Icon Element Wind.png Wind Icon Element Light.png Light Icon Element Shadow.png Shadow
S 200009 01.png210147 01.png 210167 01.png 210143 01.png210161 01.png 210164 01.png 210162 01.png
A 100013 04 r05.png100044 02 r05.png210177 01.png 210134 01.png 100001 14 r05.png100007 07 r05.png 210144 01.png 210155 01.png
B 210120 01.png 210131 01.png210084 01.png 210173 01.png 210132 01.png

Explanations[edit]

Dragon Discussion

Pros:

  • 90% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up.
  • Great dragon form DPS.
  • Dragon skill is strong, can be used twice per transformation, and the user gets an additional 20% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up per use of the skill.
  • Icon Ability 1010007.png Refills all of the user's skills to 100% after ending dragon form, allowing for high burst damage.

Cons:

  • Skill refill requires actually transforming, meaning it will have no effect on computer-controlled allies who do not transform, nor will it work on Unique Transformation allies.

Pros:

  • 70% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up + 30% Icon Buff 1021001.png Flame Damage Up.
  • Great dragon form DPS.
  • Dragon skill is strong, and can be used twice per transformation.
  • Rivals 200009 01.png Gala Mars - player-controlled adventurers usually prefer Mars, while computer-controlled allies prefer GRAgni.

Cons:

  • Elemental damage buff only works against Icon Element Wind.png wind or Icon Element None.png neutral enemies, limiting off-element usage.

Pros:

Cons:

  • The user's defense is reduced by 20%. With careful play this should not be an issue, but it can be problematic on computer-controlled allies that take damage often.
  • The user's combo time is reduced by 1 second. Base combo time is 2 seconds, so while it might be possible to combo with the reduction, it's still recommended to boost your combo time through external sources.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Elemental damage buff only works against Icon Element Water.png water or Icon Element None.png neutral enemies, limiting off-element usage.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Requires skilled play to avoid getting afflicted, so newer players may struggle to use him. GRZephyr is far safer and more consistent.
  • -150% affliction res on the user. This makes him very risky in quests with unavoidable afflictive hits, such as Ciella.
  • User is Affliction poison large icon.png Poisoned after dragon form ends, consuming 40% of max HP over 12 seconds. This is solvable with a healer, but can lead to being at low HP in dangerous situations, if dragon form or healing is timed poorly.
  • Questionable in auto and on computer-controlled allies in general, as the self res down may decrease survival.
  • Falls off in content where the boss resists afflictions.

Pros:

  • 100% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up.
  • Incredible dragon form DPS.
  • Strong "dragon strike" charged attack
  • Nyx's form is able to automatically dodge most attacks, including purple attacks (which is not normally possible).
  • Dragon Time depletes per action instead of over time. With careful play, Nyx's form can last for minutes - most dragons only last for 10 seconds.

Cons:

  • The dragon strike takes some time to charge up, so combo-related effects such as flurry strength may be difficult to maintain.
  • Force strike equipment does not affect dragon strikes.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Shapeshift prep of team gets capped at 50%, making him anti-synergistic with shapeshift prep gear and 210132 01.png Ramiel on teammates.
  • Requires 100% dragon gauge to transform, rather than just 50%, making him anti-synergistic with effects that want frequent transformations. For example: Dragon's Claws.

Pros:

  • Great DPS
  • Strong force strike to push bosses into Break state (see Mode Gauge for more info).
  • Dragon form is locked to 200009 01.png Mars (Gala Leonidas), which is powerful.
  • Frequent access to dragon gauge, activated by hit count.
  • High hit count.
  • Due to being a rapid-fire manacaster, can move while attacking.
  • Access to Icon Ability 1010031.png Dispel.
  • Access to the rare status effect Affliction scorchrend large icon.png Scorchrend.
  • Skills can take down crowds of enemies with ease.
  • Dual resistances (Affliction stun large icon.png Stun and Affliction sleep large icon.png Sleep).

Cons:

  • Unable to use other dragon forms that may be more powerful than Mars, such as 210147 01.png Gala Reborn Agni.

Pros:

  • Great DPS
  • Frequent access to dragon gauge.
  • High hit count.
  • Access to Icon Ability 1010031.png Dispel.
  • Skills apply the debuff 15% Icon Buff 2020011.png Flame Res Down.
  • Access to the rare status effect Affliction scorchrend large icon.png Scorchrend.
  • Skills can take down crowds of enemies with ease.
  • Dual resistances (Affliction stun large icon.png Stun and Affliction sleep large icon.png Sleep).

Pros:

Cons:

  • 210147 01.png Gala Reborn Agni is capable of much better dragon form DPS, especially for shorter time periods such as Break.
  • Shapeshift prep of team gets capped at 50%, making her anti-synergistic with shapeshift prep gear and 210132 01.png Ramiel on teammates.
  • Requires 100% dragon gauge to transform, rather than just 50%, making her anti-synergistic with effects that want frequent transformations. For example: Dragon's Claws.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Elemental damage buff only works against Icon Element Flame.png flame or Icon Element None.png neutral enemies, limiting off-element usage.

Pros:

  • Highest DPS of all wind units.
  • Access to the rare status effect Affliction stormlash large icon.png Stormlash.
  • Strong unique dragon form (210131 01.png Primal Midgardsormr (Bondforged Prince)). This form is essentially a much-stronger version of 210131 01.png Midgardsormr Zero.
    • Dragon skill has high hit count, great damage, essentially screen-wide range, and can be used twice per transformation.
    • Dragon skill applies the debuff 15% Icon Buff 2020013.png Wind Res Down, which has an infinite duration (unless the boss specifically cleanses it).
  • Frequent access to dragon gauge.
  • Frequent access to Icon Ability 1010031.png Dispel.
  • Skills can take down crowds of enemies with ease.
  • Has an ability that makes dragon damage equipment also boost the damage of human-form skills and standard attacks.
  • Dual resistances (Affliction bog large icon.png Bog and Affliction freeze large icon.png Freeze).

Pros:

  • Decent DPS.
  • Access to the rare status effect Affliction stormlash large icon.png Stormlash.
  • Strong unique "dragon" form (210153 01.png Metamorphosis (Gala Notte)).
  • Frequent access to dragon gauge, activated by hit count.
  • High hit count.
  • Access to Icon Ability 1010031.png Dispel.
  • Skills can take down crowds of enemies with ease.
  • Dual resistances (Affliction bog large icon.png Bog and Affliction freeze large icon.png Freeze).

Cons:

  • Cannot benefit from dragon-focused equipment.

Pros:

  • 70% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up + 30% Icon Buff 1021004.png Light Damage Up.
  • Great dragon form DPS.
  • Dragon skill is strong, and can be used twice per transformation.
  • Access to Icon Buff 1020001.png HP Up for the user, which can help in auto-battle.

Cons:

  • Elemental damage buff only works against Icon Element Shadow.png shadow or Icon Element None.png neutral enemies, limiting off-element usage.

Pros:

Cons:

  • Elemental damage buff only works against Icon Element Light.png light or Icon Element None.png neutral enemies, limiting off-element usage.

Pros:

  • 45% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up
  • Icon Ability 1010007.png Refills user's skills by 35% every time each skill is used, essentially speeding up skill usage permanently after the first use.
  • During dragon form, can place a Icon Skill 044.png Buff Zone that rapidly refills the skills of teammates. This can allow for high team-wide burst damage.
  • Versatile for any role: DPS, Buffer, or Healer.
  • The buff zone still works even if she is equipped on a unit that doesn't match her element.

Cons:

  • Poor dragon form DPS.

Pros:

  • 35% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up + 35% Icon Buff 1020001.png HP Up + 70% Icon Buff 1020006.png Skill Damage Up.
  • Good dragon form DPS.
  • Dragon skill has high hit count, good damage, and essentially screen-wide range.
  • Dragon skill applies the debuff 10% Icon Buff 2020013.png Wind Res Down, which has an infinite duration (unless the boss specifically cleanses it).

Cons:

  • Requires maintaining combo, which may be difficult on some adventurers. Additionally, computer-controlled allies are generally poor at maintaining combo, making him better-suited for player control.

Pros:

  • 30% Icon Buff 1020001.png HP Up + 35% Icon Buff 2010001.png Skill Haste Up.
  • (5 Unbind.png 5th unbind) 40% Icon Buff 1020001.png HP Up, 40% Icon Buff 2010001.png Skill Haste Up, 30% Icon Ability 1010152.png Surge of Strength for 3 minutes.
  • Great support dragon, ideal for Icon Element Wind.png wind buffers and healers. HP adds bulk and strengthens heals, while skill haste speeds up the charging of buffs and heal skills.
  • Massive Icon Buff 2060001.png HP Regen heal on dragon skill, that also grants the team Icon Buff 2050004.png Energy for some burst damage.

Pros:

Cons:

  • While he is a "jack of all trades", he's also a "master of none": 210164 01.png Gala Chronos Nyx has better DPS, and 210085 01.png Tie Shan Gongzhu is better on supports and healers.
  • The defensive bulk is not really relevant outside of auto - and even then, no quest exists where the bulk is required to clear.
  • Unit type labeling is not a perfect system, and some units may miss out on stats due to bad labeling. For instance: 110381 01 r05.png Ryszarda is a DPS but is classed as defense (misses out on strength), 110347 01 r04.png Chitose is a buffer but is classed as defense (misses out on skill haste).
  • Shapeshift prep of team gets capped at 50%, making him anti-synergistic with shapeshift prep gear and 210132 01.png Ramiel on teammates.
  • Requires 100% dragon gauge to transform, rather than just 50%, making him anti-synergistic with effects that want frequent transformations. For example: Dragon's Claws.

Pros:

  • 60% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up + 50% shapeshift prep.
  • (5 Unbind.png 5th unbind) 70% Icon Buff 1020002.png Strength Up + 30% Icon Buff 1020001.png HP Up + 50% shapeshift prep.
  • Shapeshift prep is quite valuable, as it lets you access dragon transformation immediately, and can speed up ramping effects such as Dragon's Claws.
  • Great dragon form DPS.
  • Dragon skill offers Affliction poison large icon.png Poison, Icon Buff 2020003.png Defense Down, and automatic refill-over-time for the user's skill gauges. This enables the user to use skills more often.
  • Performs well on both DPS and support roles.
  • 5 Unbind.png The extra HP also helps supports such as healers and Icon Buff 1020020.png Shielders/Icon Buff 1020031.png Life Shielders