/drag/ - Dragalia Lost General [FAQ]
sani_kitsani Oct 3rd, 2018 (edited) 6,058 Never
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- >What is Dragalia Lost?
- Dragalia Lost is an action role-playing mobile game developed and published by Nintendo, in collaboration with Cygames. The game was released on September 27, 2018 for both Android and IOS. You control a team of up to four characters and traverse through instances for rewards. The game can be played either solo or multiplayer. The game's team building mechanics are primarily divided into four parts: characters, weapons, dragons, and wyrmprints. These can be collected through clearing dungeons/events or rolling the gachapon. Aside from gameplay, the game has features such as a fully voiced cast, individual character stories, castle building, and much more.
- >How big is the game?
- The game is quite large at over 4 to 5 GB. The file size increases significantly with each major update. It is recommended to have plenty of space beyond the bare minimum. You can opt out of downloading voices if you need to save space.
- >Alright, so is it P2W (pay to win)?
- YES. Like any mobile game, spending money will always grant you big advantages compared to free users. You will have more opportunity at rolling the gachapon for unique rewards and will also have access to special bundles that provide materials or exclusive quests.
- >What's rerolling?
- Rerolling is restarting the game to retry on your introductory gacha rolls that the game provides you after clearing the tutorial. By doing this, you're providing yourself a chance to start the game with a strong 5* unit. Rerolling is completely optional; however, players generally have an easier time progressing the game if they start with good units right off the bat. F2P players are especially recommended to reroll as you will not have as many chances to roll as paying players will.
- >How do I do reroll?
- *As of late November, emulators are no longer working. You can still reroll on your mobile device but beware of long download times.
- LD Player - https://en.ldmnq.com
- Due to the large downloads, it is recommended that you reroll using an emulator. The current recommended emulator is LD Player. Be sure to install exposed framework (Xposed Installer) + root cloak (RootCloak) for the best success.
- Note: Rooted device only, be mindful of the root status if you don't have exposed and root cloak installed.
- delete shared_pref under .data/data/com.nintendo.zaga
- delete uuid.bin in Android/data/com.nintendo.zaga
- >What should I reroll for?
- You may refer to the tier lists if you care about getting the most popular units.
- Dragons > Characters >>>>> Wyrmprints
- 5* dragons suited for end game content become much more mandatory than having a 5* character. Characters are still acceptable rolls however. Wyrmprints are almost always low in value and should never be kept as a reroll if it is your sole 5* pull. Note that the game is quite generous so you may have plenty of more chances at rolling as you keep playing the game.
- >Why am I not having fun? Bosses die instantly when I turn into a dragon!
- Early dungeons are incredibly easy to clear. Dungeons will gradually spike in difficulty as you progress through the game. The game becomes a lot more interesting when you begin partying with others for the harder event dungeons.
- >How can I raise my might?
- Levels for characters/dragons/prints/weapons, mana circles, dragon bonds, and castle structures.
- >Red pill me on the weapon classes.
- Sword - Boosts dragon haste. Sword is a balanced weapon that primarily excels in its quick force strikes. The class is very good at melting down an overdrive bar.
- Dagger - Boosts critical rate. Dagger users are incredibly mobile and can deal significant damage if played properly. The class excels in auto mode because the AI will clear rooms very quickly.
- Katana - Boosts strength. Katana is arguably the highest DPS weapon. The attack string is efficient and the force strike allows long distance movement. Katana users will excel in boss battles and are generally expected to be the main damage dealer.
- Lance - Boosts HP. Lance has a long reach which allows melee users to attack from a relatively safe distance. The class itself is more of a support role that can be absolutely crucial when attempting to meet HP requirements.
- Axe - Boosts defense. Axe is a slow, heavy-hitting weapon with a huge force strike. The only downside is that the force strike is stationary. This class is similar to lance in that it plays more of a support role in parties with its defense buff and force strikes.
- Bow - Boosts skill haste. Bows are quick, long distance weapons that can provide meaningful ranged DPS in parties. Most bow users will utilize status effects and work around some gimmick involving them. With the recent bow buffs in December, the class is quite formidable and can perform as well as wands if played correctly.
- Wand - Boosts skill damage. Wands are slower than bows but still provide a very steady stream of DPS. It's a very safe class that lets you continually attack from a distance. Most wand users are "glass cannon" types that exist to simply deal a shit ton of damage.
- Staff - Boosts recovery potency. Staff is the traditional healer class and is the only class that can do dedicated healing. They are basically mandatory for end game content or autoing much harder dungeons.
- >How important is the castle building? I'm not really interested in that kind of stuff.
- It is crucial for fast progression and it is suggested that you are always keeping your smithwyrms busy. This portion of the game is incredibly time-gated (unless you whale to skip build times) so you want to be as efficient as possible. Improving your halidom and smithy is mandatory for crafting high-end weapons. Most players recommend buying up to 2 extra smithwyrms (you start with 2 and can buy up to a max of 3 for a total of 5).
- >What do I use eldwater for?
- Eldwater is used to promote 3* and 4* units to the next tier and unlock their next mana circles. It is also used for a character's final mana circle stage to improve the character's co-ability.
- >How do I sell shit? I'm running out of inventory space.
- Teams -> Collection -> Weapons/WP/Dragons -> Sell/Part Ways
- Note that unwanted wyrmprints and dragons can be sold for eldwater. The conversion rate is the same as rolling a dupe character (150 for 3*, 1000 for 4*, 3000 for 5*). Unbound WP/dragons will sell for the equivalent of how many copies were used (e.g., a 4* print unbound twice will sell for 3000).
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