Need help attaining a 5*? Then read this


#1

Well, 5s aren’t gareenteed on the premier recruit wheel, and there has been a feature to limit the amounts of dupe toons you can get, but the rates are still based on random number generator, which means anything could come out of there. You can increase your chance to get a 5 from doing a huge 40 pull each time, but the garenteed 5* is only the toons you can get in the 5* token wheel.

Secondly, if you really want a chance to get a 5*, then do as I do, and not ever spend on the premier wheel aka the Gambler’s Tale wheel. That wheel is nothing but a Gamblers fortune, so if you’re willing to gamble, then you just got to realize that it was you that made the decision to gamble, and whatever you get is not Scopley’s fault. Just like when you go to a Casino. You lose, but you cannot blame the house for your loses. That is something Whales and spenders have an issue with. They gamble at the wheel of death, and get upset and lash out on Scopley when they fail to get what they want.

Furthermore, you get a very decent chance to get 5s if you complete the Homemart Stash collection. All you need to do is do 3 big 10 pack openings and boom you got your 5 you wanted. Also, what I like to do is spend my tokens on the elite character wheel. Every 40 pulls you do in Elite Character wheel, you can get a gareenteed 5*, that is in the 5* token wheel. Best thing about the elite wheel, is that it’s unlimited meaning your pulls continue unlike the Gamblers wheel where it is limited. If you’re going to do a 40 pack opening on the premier wheel, just be warned that it is limited meaning you’ll have to pull 40 before the character promotion ends.

So in summary, you’ll have a better journey getting 5*s every 40 pulls unlimited from the Elite Character wheel, and an awesome chance to get one from doing the Homemart Stash for the character promotion. Be like me, and boycott spending on the wheel of death, unless you like to gamble with your money. If you ever went to Japan, you’d know about the Gatcha Box. It’s totally based on rng, and it’s a box filled with awesome prizes to collect, but you cannot get upset at the store managers if you fail to get what you want. It is based on luck, and you have no idea what’s going to come out there. Take heed to my suggestions, and you’ll have a better gaming experience.

Keep on Surviving,

Sincerely

@EndureAndSurvive9 :wink:

Here are the wheels:

  1. Premier Recruitment AKA Gamblers Fortune, Wheel of Death, Bleh. You should only use this wheel if you want to gamble with your money. Nothing is gareenteed, and you should boycott it, but if you do 40 pulls before the character promotion ends you get a 5* from the Gareenteed 5* tokens wheel

  1. Homemart Stash wheel. Although this is the best way to get 5*, it’s still not gareenteed to attain 5* characters you want on the promotion, unless you open all packs until you get everything from it. Only pull on stash for the character you want. If you want that character that they are promoting, then go for it if you have the coins. Also when you complete a stash, another stash is opened for another awesome toon they have out that day.

  1. Elite token wheel. Best wheel out of all of them, and the one I reccomend to players who want 5*. Every 40 pulls you can get a gareenteed character from 5* wheel. I would continue to open the 10 pack because it’s faster. This wheel is also unlimited meaning the promotion never ends, and you can open 40 packs anytime, any day.

  1. This is the gareenteed 5* token wheel. This wheel is good for getting 5* characters, but you have to participate in live events, roadmaps, tourments, and complete Scavenger camp mission “Out in the Cold,” to get some tokens for the wheel. It takes awhile to get 5* tokens, but in the end it’s worth it, regardless what toon it is, and it’s okay to ask, “Is this toon good?” Of course the toon is good, and you’ll find a way to put them on their team. Don’t just take others word for it when they tell you the toon sucks. Yes it may suck for them, but how are you going to know if you don’t try it out for yourself? Never sell a toon because you think they suck. All toons in the wheels serve different purposes, and will surely help your team “One way or Another.” - Blondie :heart: :wink:

So there you go. Hope you like and share with others struggling like you.


#2

What??? Also I can’t think of too many spenders that end up bitching about not pulling that weeks premier toon. Anyone with a little common sense knows the odds aren’t in your favor.

TLDR: it’s your choice and there’s nothing wrong with trying for a toon from the premier wheel. I will say however that the few who do whine about not getting exactly what they wanted really are ridiculous. As you said it’s 100% gambling.


#3

Yeah, spenders very much complain. I snoop around the forums and see how some of them quit out of frustration. You’ll be surprised that spenders have their share of whining too. You probably haven’t seen it yet. Lol


#4

Thank you, Captain Obvious.


#5

Had to edit out a few *s to make the bolding happen, but you really need to revise multiple contradictory statements. Those are just a few I’ve pointed out.


#6

Come on relax. It was probably typos. Plus it was like 6am when I wrote this. Was half sleep. I’ll edit it tomorrow, but ty for pointing those out. Lol


#7

I’m not talking about typos. You say “5s aren’t guaranteed on the premier recruit wheel," (even though they are), then you say "you can increase your chance to get a 5 from doing a huge 40 pull each time,” which isn’t necessarily true either.

For every 40 pulls done, you get a 5* guaranteed. It could be Gator, it could be Priya. It’s every 40 pulls done in any way: 40 1x pulls, 4 10x pulls, 1 40x pull, etc. Doing a “huge 40 pull” doesn’t necessarily increase your chance because you could have gotten that 5* on the 1st and 80th pull out of 80 pulls, which leaves a possible 78 pulls with 0 5*s.