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    What pool are event (search for EG) gacha cards drawn from?

    1. I noticed today that all of the cards I seem to find while searching for the Elite Guard are ones I already have. Does anyone know what the game uses as a pool for the event? Stages tell you the card pool at the right side of the stage info, for instance. Just wondering if there was any way of knowing if they'll ever offer cards I still need to collect or not.

    2. How are slayer cards decided for events? Do they use the same ones if that event comes around again? Are they randomly selected cards we can already get, or do they constantly introduce new cards each event?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafael367 View Post
    1. I noticed today that all of the cards I seem to find while searching for the Elite Guard are ones I already have. Does anyone know what the game uses as a pool for the event? Stages tell you the card pool at the right side of the stage info, for instance. Just wondering if there was any way of knowing if they'll ever offer cards I still need to collect or not.

    2. How are slayer cards decided for events? Do they use the same ones if that event comes around again? Are they randomly selected cards we can already get, or do they constantly introduce new cards each event?
    I don't know if there's any way to know if the cards are new for the exploration part, but they will only be cards that are available via other exploration methods. You will never be able to 'miss' a card in the sense that it will always be available elsewhere, either on the stage it's from if you've not gotten that far or via Girl Hunt Quest.

    As for slayer cards, every event gets new slayer cards. If the event has two phases, a new set of slayer cards will be introduced in the second phase, and these cards will be better than the first phase cards. Also, the newest 'alpha' cards will become the 'beta' cards in the next event or phase. This means if you get an alpha slayer from the event gacha during the second phase of an event, you will be able to use that card for the event and as a beta slayer for the next event.

    Lastly, all events have an N-Slayer that can be obtained by the normal N-gacha. As with other slayers, if the event has two phases, there will be two N-Slayers, one for each phase.

    Typically, to get a slayer card from the Event Gacha, you need to be VERY lucky or have at least several event gacha tickets. Typically, you need at least five to get lucky. The N slayers can be an absolute BITCH to get. Sometimes you get them on the first couple rolls. Sometimes you have to spend HUNDREDS of N-gacha tickets to get her. For what it's worth, I find that new N Slayers have a higher tendency for the upper left box, but maybe that's just for me. They can appear in any box if they show up at all.

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    Thanks, that is exactly what I needed!

    I've gotten N-slayers before, so I'm familiar with the difficulty. I tried your upper left box strategy, since I usually use bottom center as it's closest to the spin button. Missed two slayers in a row in the bottom center position and went back, lol. If they're designing these correctly, then each of the 6 boxes should have the same chance to have all of the cards. Just a matter of random distribution and hitting the right combination when you guess. (Even a perfectly weighted coin will have heads or tails streaks).

    So unless someone is flunking math before coding, you should be safe hitting any box it just may take you awhile to hit jackpot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rafael367 View Post
    Thanks, that is exactly what I needed!

    I've gotten N-slayers before, so I'm familiar with the difficulty. I tried your upper left box strategy, since I usually use bottom center as it's closest to the spin button. Missed two slayers in a row in the bottom center position and went back, lol. If they're designing these correctly, then each of the 6 boxes should have the same chance to have all of the cards. Just a matter of random distribution and hitting the right combination when you guess. (Even a perfectly weighted coin will have heads or tails streaks).

    So unless someone is flunking math before coding, you should be safe hitting any box it just may take you awhile to hit jackpot.
    This one had a strong preference for bottom center. I was using my usual trick, and she appeared bottom center four times before I finally gave and and picked bottom center for the girl. This is the first time I've seen a slayer have such a strong preference for a slot and repeatedly appear in it.

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