If you’re wondering how you can get Zora in Dislyte, we’re here to help.
Summoning Zora in Dislyte
Once Zora gets added to the game on July 12, players will have a chance of obtaining her while making use of the Echo feature. From the main menu, click on the Echo option, then use your Gold Records to start summoning Espers.
Because Zora is a Legendary Esper, however, you’ll probably need to sink quite a lot of Gold Records before you luck out and get her. Legendary drop rates are set at 1% in Dislyte, but you’re guaranteed to get a Legendary at every 120 pulls. So even if you happen to pull a Legendary before hitting pity, it’s still possible to get any of the other Legendary Espers already in the game.
The good news is that once Zora is released, she’ll have a rate-up banner in the game. This means that whenever you pull a Legendary, there’s a 10% chance that you’ll get Zora out of all the other Legendaries in the pool.
If you’re really unlucky, there’s a proper pity system in place here as well. Lilith Games has stated that all players are guaranteed to get her at the 450th pull once she goes live. So if you want to make sure that you’re guaranteed to get her, start saving up all your Gold Records and Nexus Crystals for her event.
Instead of using Gold Records, it’s also possible to summon her through Elemental Records when she gets added to the game. If you’re in a Club, you can start gathering a few Elemental Fragments each day through the Help board, and once you have 20 of an element, you’ll get an Elemental Record that can be used to summon a random Esper from that element.
In this case, since Zora is Flow-attuned, you’ll want to start gathering Flow Fragments from your Club members. Once you have 20 Fragments, head to the Echo menu and tap on the Elemental option, then use them to summon a Flow esper.
Your chances of getting her this way are still extremely low, but at least it’s something.
How to Get Gold Records and Nexus Crystals in Dislyte
While it’s pretty much impossible to save up enough Gold Records or Nexus Crystals to guarantee Zora at the pity pull, we’ve listed all the ways you can comb the game for extra currency to give yourself a higher chance of pulling her:
- Daily logins and missions
- Buying Gold Records from the Club shop
- Buying Gold Records from the Cube shop
- Buying Nexus Crystals from the Tournament shop
- Farming stages
When you log into Dislyte each day, you’ll be able to clear out daily quests to earn a few Nexus Crystals. The daily quests are extremely easy to knock out, only requiring you to partake in various in-game activities like PvP, completing five Sonic and Ritual Miracle runs, completing story stages, completing Bounties, Expeditions, and sending Friend gifts.
Make sure to do all of your dailies every day to claim 100 Nexus Crystals. It’s not a lot, but it’ll add up over time.
In addition to that, the stores will refresh every week to give you the chance to buy Gold Records and Nexus Crystals for farmable currency. For instance, if you’re in a level 3 Club, you’ll get to buy a Gold Record every week. And if you’re diligent with your PvP matches, you can also rack up Tournament Points to purchase extra Gold Records and 50 Nexus Crystals from the Tournament shop each week.
Every so often, the regular store will also offer up a Gold Record for 500,000 gold. If you have the cash to spare, definitely go for that as it’s a rare spawn.
Finally, Cube Miracle stages have a chance of dropping Gold Records and Nexus Crystals every two days. If you’re planning on farming any of the story, Ritual, or Sonic Miracle stages, you’ll also have a small chance of nabbing a few Nexus Crystals here and there.
That’s all you need to know about how to get Zora in Dislyte. Be sure to search for Twinfinite for more tips and information on the game.
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