How to Reroll in Tower of Fantasy

In our How to Reroll in Tower of Fantasy guide, we’re going to cover several important points you need to know before getting too deeply into the game. To be more specific, we will show you how the reroll process works, at which point you unlock the game’s gacha systems, and which characters to shoot for. So, let’s begin!

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how to reroll in tower of fantasy
How to Reroll in Tower of Fantasy

Tower of Fantasy Reroll Guide

Before we dive to deep into showing you how to reroll in Tower of Fantasy, we have to tell you that the process is annoying and arduous. As far as we know, there is no way to delete your data quickly at time of writing. Instead, every time you go for a reroll, you will have to create a new account. Therefore, do not use your username of choice in making any of them. Rather, use something random every time until you finally get the rolls you want. Then, you can simply pay a negligible amount of Dark Crystals in the shop to change your name.

So, create your account and jump into the game. Play through the tutorial and just keep going until you complete the Ecological Station Intruders mission. This will take about twenty minutes, maybe thirty, depending on how you play. After the mission, you’ll get access to the gacha system. The next step in how to reroll in Tower of Fantasy is claim all the preregistration awards from your inventory. Spend all the Golden Nuclei you’ve gathered on the available banners. If you don’t get any good characters, go back to the beginning of this paragraph and start over.

Now, some of the characters you should definitely be gunning for include Samir, King, Meryl and, to a lesser degree, Tsubasa and Coco Ritter. For more info on which character to reroll, check out our Tower of Fantasy Tier List guide. Also, feel free to take a look at our other Tower of Fantasy guides, like Coop and Crossplay and How to Play & Download on PC.

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