Published On: August 14, 2023

Clan vs Clan Summoning Event – Power Couple!


Plarium has announced this week’s Clan vs Clan Summoning Event – which will be during a Personal Rewards Clan vs Clan Event, featuring two incredibly powerful Champions, who work perfectly separately as well as hand-in-hand.

They are the definition of Good vs Bad, Angel vs Demon, of course, it’s none other than Cardiel and Sicia Flametongue.

Let’s check out Plarium’s announcement…

Plarium Announcement:

Hey, y’all!

Some news about the upcoming events:

  • On Tuesday, August 15th, we’re planning to launch x10 event to summon Sicia Flametongue from Ancient and Sacred Shards.
  • And on Wednesday, August 16th, we’re planning to launch x10 event to summon Cardiel from Void Shards.

Should you be pulling shards?

One of the key factors to remember during 10x Events is that it is incredibly rare to get the specific Champion, especially when it comes to Non-Voids as Plarium is continuously increasing the amount of Champions in the game, and each new Champion further reduces the effectiveness of 10x Events.

One of the other important things to think about is the fact that 10x Events only have the standard chances to actually get a legendary before you worry about which legendary you’re getting – which at 0.5% for Ancients and Voids, and 6% for Sacred Shards… is not very high!

Whilst both of the Champions involved in this 10x Event are very strong and fun to play with, with us just having a Fusion coming to a close, now is usually a great opportunity to stock up for a couple of weeks before the inevitable Fusion that will start in the next 2-3 weeks.

Will you be pulling shards during this Clan vs Clan Summoning Event?

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3 months ago

What news is there about the the expected log-in champion? Timer expired on Friday and just nothing??? Seems like quite a lot of build up and then crickets…not even anything from content creators…

3 months ago

Have ’em both, love’ em both, but don’t use ’em together.