We have some exciting news to share with you all. Plarium is celebrating its 4th anniversary, and they’re doing it in style!
To commemorate this special occasion, we’re thrilled to announce a weekend summon event that will give you an increased chance of summoning some of the rarest and most sought-after champions in the game.
This will also tie into the Fusion Event for Supreme Elhain, whether that be via a Summon Rush or a Champion Chase is yet to be determined, but you can almost guarantee it will be one of the two to earn yourself Fragments towards this month’s fusion!
We have some exciting news to share with you! This coming weekend, we have three amazing events lined up just for you.
- First up, on Friday, March 10th, we’re launching an x2 event that will allow you to summon Legendary Champions from Sacred Shards.
- On Saturday, March 11th, you’ll get another chance to take part in our x2 event, but this time you’ll be able to summon Epic and Legendary Champions from Void Shards.
- And last but not least, on Sunday, March 12th, we’re holding our final x2 event of the weekend. This time, you’ll be able to summon Epic and Legendary Champions from Ancient Shards.
Each of these events will be active for a full 24 hours, giving you plenty of time to take advantage of them.
So, mark your calendars and get ready to join us for an amazing weekend of summoning some of the most powerful Champions around
Should you be pulling your shards?
Well, as we always say – 2x is usually the BEST time to open your shards to get the best value out of them, whether that be getting Epic or Legendary champions – you’ll simply get more during these events.
However, another thing to consider is that this 2x Event is actively part of the Supreme Elhain Fusion, so if you’re going for the Fusion you may need to open your shards regardless, but it may be smart to save SOME for the following weekend’s event to get the fragments, so plan this accordingly when the Fusion is announced, it may be that you can get away with only opening shards for one of the two events, in which case – good luck with the pulls!