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Summon

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There are several types of summoning available in the game:

Summon Currency Summon Pool
Rare
Once a Day Limited Summon Lapis Rare summon unit with increased rate for featured units.
Step-up Summon Lapis Rare summon unit with increased rate for featured units with additional bonus per step.
Featured Summon Lapis
Rare Summon Ticket
4★+ Guaranteed Ticket
Rare summon unit with increased rate for featured units.
Type Summon Lapis
Rare Summon Ticket
4★+ Guaranteed Ticket
Rare summon unit with a restriction on 5★ units.
Rare Summon Lapis
Rare Summon Ticket
4★+ Guaranteed Ticket
Rare summon unit with no featured units.
Standard
Raid Summon Raid Coin Event materials, unit, or enhancers.
Exvius Summon EX Summon Ticket
4★+ Guaranteed EX Ticket
5★+ Guaranteed EX Ticket
Rare summon unit with no featured units.
10+1 Ticket Summon 10+1 Summon Ticket Rare summon unit with no featured units.
Vision Summon Vision Shard One specific unit.
Arena Summon Arena Summon Ticket Misc. item or enhancers.
Standard Summon Friend Point Standard summon unit.

Rare Summon[edit | edit source]

Even though it's called a rare summon, the game itself revolves around getting strong rare summon units to defeat stronger foes.

No more troll rainbow crystal after gacha change

Whenever there are more than one featured unit of the same rarity, the chance is split evenly among them. Off-banner unit are also split evenly among remaining non-featured units. This kind of split is called a normalized pull, where one unit is not preferred over another. Normalized pull was introduced to the game without any notice starting from the first FFXIII banner in December 2, 2016.

While rare summon units have several rarities available for awakening, their base rarities differs from one to another. Rare summon unit can only be summoned from their base rarities. For example, if you happen to summon a 5-star5 Star Rarity unit from a rainbow crystal, that unit will be a base 5-star5 Star Rarity. This change, commonly called gacha change, happens after the update to version 2.0.0 in February 23, 2017.

Originally, the rainbow rate was 1%, 0.5% for both off-banner and featured, but it was changed to be 2% for off-banner and 1% for featured for a total of 3%. Rainbow rate was tripled in November 24, 2017.

Based on the visible summon rate on the JP version, these are the chances to pull rare summon unit of the following rarities. Note that while Gumi currently publishes the rates for rarity of drops (i.e. Blue, Gold or Rainbow), they do not publish the rates for on-banner and off-banner pulls. Surveys have experimentally shown these rates to be roughly consistent with the rates in JP.

Rare Summon Rate
Rarity Crystal Featured Unit Off-banner Unit Total
3-star3 Star Rarity Blue 19.5% 58.5% 78%
4-star4 Star Rarity Gold 4.75% 14.25% 19%
5-star5 Star Rarity Rainbow 1% 2% 3%

4★+ Guaranteed Summon[edit | edit source]

You can increase the summoning rate by using a multi-summon for Lapis5,000 or by using a 4★+ Guaranteed Ticket, given from various event and promotion. In case of the multi-summon, only the first summon has an increased rate, while the rest are using the rate seen above.

Based on surveys for 4★+ Guaranteed Summon, featured gold crystal is at half rate from the published rates for JP. However, this has been updated along with rainbow rates in November 24, 2017 to match with the rate on JP

Guaranteed Summon Rate
Rarity Crystal Featured Unit Off-banner Unit Total
4-star4 Star Rarity Gold 47.5% 47.5% 95%
5-star5 Star Rarity Rainbow 3.75% 1.25% 5%

Crystal Upgrade[edit | edit source]

Animation difference: Gold crystal on the left will upgrade into a rainbow crystal while the one on the right will not

Crystal might upgrade to a higher rarity during summoning. However, this is just a cosmetic, and does not impact the summoning rate at all. Even before cracking the crystal open, the unit have been summoned by the game.

There is a small difference in animation when a gold crystal will upgrade into a rainbow crystal. The amount of rays emitted from the crystal before breaking are much less, about half of the usual amount, not enough to cover most of the screen. This difference is only applicable to gold crystal upgrade, and there is no discernable sign when a blue crystal will upgrade.

Summon Updates[edit | edit source]

  • December 2, 2016.
    • Normalized pull.
  • February 23, 2017.
    • Gacha change.
  • November 24, 2017.
    • Rainbow rate increased from 1% to 3%. Blue featured summon rate decreased from 20% to 19.5%.
    • Featured unit rate on guaranteed summon (+1 or 4★+ Guaranteed Ticket) doubled.
  • January 25, 2018.
    • Summon rates were published (rarity only, i.e. Blue, Gold or Rainbow).
  • April 20, 2018.
    • The first type summon was introduced.
  • May 11, 2018.
    • The first step-up summon was introduced.

Featured Summon[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Heroes 3[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Heroes 2[edit | edit source]

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius Heroes 1[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Just Cause 3[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Just Cause 3

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

King's Knight[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for King's Knight

Final Fantasy IV[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy IV

5★ TYPE SUMMON (Tank Type)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Type Summon

Cloud Special![edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Sephiroth Arrives[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy VII

5★ TYPE SUMMON (Magic/Hybrid Type)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Type Summon

5★ TYPE SUMMON (Attack Type)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Type Summon

Dragon Quest[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Dragon Quest

5★ TYPE SUMMON (Support Type)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Type Summon

5★ TYPE SUMMON (Attack Type)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Type Summon

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Final Fantasy X[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy X[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy X

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

International Women's Day (Batch 3)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for International Women's Day

International Women's Day (Batch 2)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for International Women's Day

International Women's Day (Batch 1)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for International Women's Day

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Tomb Raider

Final Fantasy IX[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy IX

Final Fantasy XV[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy XV

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Festival of Love[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Festival of Love

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

Developer's Choice (Healer)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Developer's Choice

Developer's Choice (Support)[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Developer's Choice

Final Fantasy XII[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy XII

Final Fantasy Brave Exvius[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for Final Fantasy Brave Exvius

King's Knight[edit | edit source]

Featured Summon for King's Knight

Past Featured Summon[edit | edit source]

See also[edit | edit source]