Frequently Asked Questions
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This page details some of the most commonly asked questions about Dragalia Lost.
- 1 General Questions
- 2 Gameplay Questions
- 3 Abbreviations and Terms
General Questions[edit | edit source]
What is Dragalia Lost?[edit | edit source]
Dragalia Lost is an action-RPG mobile game, co-developed by Nintendo and Cygames. The game features real-time, action-oriented combat with swipe-based controls. Players collect and field teams of characters that can level up and grow stronger, and are obtained through the game's gacha system.
Is this game free to play?[edit | edit source]
Yes, this game adopts the typical "free-to-play" model, which means the game is completely free to play but has optional real money in-game purchases.
What is a "gacha"? Is Dragalia Lost a gacha game?[edit | edit source]
Gacha, short for Gachapon, is a Japanese term used to describe games that require you to pull new characters or content from a large pool at random. By this definition, Dragalia Lost can be classified as a gacha game.
When did the game come out in each region?[edit | edit source]
The game was originally released in Japan, the United States, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Macau on September 27, 2018. The game launched in United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, Canada, Singapore, and New Zealand on February 26, 2019.
What about the rest of Europe and other regions?[edit | edit source]
There is no official information available as of March 2019.
Are there multiple servers or separate servers for each region?[edit | edit source]
No, there is only one server. Players across all regions are playing together on the same server.
Gameplay Questions[edit | edit source]
How do I get new adventurers?[edit | edit source]
The main way to gain new adventurers is through Summoning. Summoning allows you to randomly obtain new Adventurers and Dragons. Certain units are limited and only available during specific Summon Showcases.
Some limited-time events grant you certain "welfare" adventurers and dragons that do not need to be summoned in the usual way. Instead, Event Welfare Adventurers are temporary units that become permanent after the event if you increase their friendship by completing Campaign Quests or Event Quests while they are in your party. Event Welfare Dragons can be blazon summoned during raid events.
How do I get wyrmprints?[edit | edit source]
Wyrmprints were once summonable but are now purchased from the Shop using Eldwater. Certain wyrmprints are limited and only available during specific Summon Showcases. Many wyrmprints have a low chance to drop from quests. For these wyrmprints, the quest locations where they drop can be found under the "Obtained From" information on their respective pages.
How can I sell dragons, wyrmprints and weapons?[edit | edit source]
Navigate from the main menu to Teams → Collection → Weapons/Wyrmprints/Dragons → Sell or Part Ways.
I see others using stickers I don't have. Where can I find those?[edit | edit source]
Sticker loadout can be edited by navigating from the main menu to More → Player Info → Stickers. List of all available stickers can be found here. Note that some stickers are limited and can only be obtained during certain limited-time events.
I want to upgrade my Halidom but it says "Can be leveled up from facility Lv. 40." What am I missing?[edit | edit source]
Facility level means the total amount of levels across all of your facilities. It can be increased by building or upgrading more facilities. Decorations do not count towards the facility level.
Abbreviations and Terms[edit | edit source]
- See Glossary