How to Reroll and Link My Nintendo Account in Dragalia Lost
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  • 2018/09/24 - Published
Dragalia Lost Reroll Guide

Speed Rerolling Method

The tutorial summon is a free solo pull at zero Wyrmite cost, guaranteed to be a 4-star character. After the tutorial roll, collect start bonuses in the presents box (upper-right on Home screen) for a total of 2500 Wyrmite. Be sure to collect from both the "Limited" and "No limit" tabs, too! After the initial quest and setting up a team, the tutorial ends, awarding 50 extra Wyrmite. Now that the bottom menu is accessible, go to More, Friends, and then Helper Settings at the bottom to choose which character appears for support when people on your Friends List do Quests.

Set Helper Screen

Collecting 300 additional Wyrmite from the Endeavors menu (represented by white paper with a wax seal) on the Home screen should net 3150 total, making two 10-rolls and a single roll.

Endeavors on Home Screen

Deciding to Reroll

Note: Do not link a My Nintendo Account until you are satisfied with your rolls.

Rerolling, whether done via cache clear or by uninstalling and reinstalling the app, allows patient players to choose starting units. Adventurers, Wyrmprints, and Dragons don't have stat variations, so rerolling only needs to be done until the desired item is obtained.

After acquiring the desired characters in Dragalia Lost, bind the app data to a My Nintendo account from the "More" menu at the bottom of the screen. Select "Other," then "Account Management," to enter a username and password or create a My Nintendo ID. In the event that the device is lost or stolen, the My Nintendo account can restore or transfer a Dragalia Lost game account.

account settings menu

Pros of Rerolling

  • Control over starting units, ability to begin the game with a higher rarity
  • Provides a head start on clearing content, as higher-rarity characters are stronger
  • Allows dedicated fans of a particular character to start with their favorite
  • Takes advantage of 1500 Wyrmite beginning bonus
  • Cons of Rerolling

  • It delays the beginning of gameplay
  • May be less straightforward with rooted device or emulator
  • Reinstalling the game uses a lot of data (be sure to use a wi-fi connection)
  • Pull Rates

    Five Star

    5 Star Featured Non-Featured Total
    Any 2% 2% 4%
    Characters 0.5% 0.5% 1%
    Dragons 0.5% 0.5% 1%
    Wyrmprints 1% 1% 2%

    Four Star

    4 Star Featured Non-Featured Total
    Any 7% 9% 16%
    Characters 1.75% 3.07% 4.82%
    Dragons 1.75 1.97% 3.72%
    Wyrmprints 3.5% 3.95% 7.45%

    Three Star

    3 Star Total
    Any 80%
    Characters 33.75%
    Dragons 17.5%
    Wyrmprints 28.5%


    Doing a 10-pull has two advantages:

    • At least one Character is guaranteed
    • The total 5* rate increases by 1% for every 10-pull without a 5* drop. In other words, the probability of returns increases as more Wyrmite is invested.

    Additionally, the last summon of a 10-pull will be a "4* Summon," which only pulls from the 5* and 4* tables. This means a 4* Character is guaranteed in a 10-pull.

    Summon Animations

    A rainbow summon ring.

    The ring that appears in the sky indicates what the rarest summon of that batch will be.

    • A Rainbow ring ensures that there is at least one 5* summon.
    • A Gold ring ensures that there is at least one 4* summon. (Tenfold summons will always have a gold ring or better, due to their guaranteed 4* summon).
    • A Blue ring means that the resulting summon will be 3* (typically only Single Summons).

    There are also variations in the initial summoning animation. These have the following results:

    • Fafnir Dragons, Rainbow Orb: There will be at least one 5* summon.
    • Doves: There will be at least one 4* summon.

    Please note: Rarely, a surprise can occur! Rings can suddenly upgrade to Rainbow, and the final summon in a tenfold can upgrade to a 5*.

    Reroll Targets

    Because Dragons can be swapped between Adventurers, we recommend rerolling for a 5★ Dragon slightly over 5★ Adventurers. Both Tier Lists rate the members of each category against one another, with Tier 1 being the best.