Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds is the latest entry in Ni no Kuni Franchise. Developed by Netmarble, Ni no Kuni: Cross worlds is an MMORPG with the series’ distinct art style and storytelling.
Whether you are an avid fan of the MMORPG genre or a longtime returning fan of the franchise, you’ll want to know how to summon familiars, gears, and more through rerolling. Today we’ll be covering all of that in our Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds reroll guide.
What is Rerolling in Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds
If you are a fan of Gacha games, you’ll most probably be aware of what rerolling is. It basically lets you repeat a certain system that will allocate gear, character, or familiar to you.
The problem here is that this system relies heavily upon luck, and there isn’t a foolproof method of getting what you want. The results are random, so you may or may not get what you want after rerolling in Ni No Kuni: Cross worlds.
Importance of Rerolling
Unlike other Gacha games, Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds allows you to choose your own class, so you won’t have to reroll for that. What you have to reroll for are the familiars and gears, which are given randomly.
We’ll be discussing which class to select and which familiar you should be aiming for in a while, so make sure to read till the end.
Your first summon is 10 multi-pools, which is really 10 rerolls. There are three 3-star familiars and one 4-star familiar. Essentially, the most important is that you should have a 4-Star familiarity. Keep in mind that there aren’t any rare 4-star familiars in the first banner.
On top of that, the 4-stars you’ll be getting in the beginning banners are limited. We can confirm that you’ll be able to get your hands on at least one green, blue, or red element familiar.
The familiar you choose strictly depends on what kind of team you have, so there isn’t a recommendation here we can make on which element you should choose because everyone has a different team requiring a different familiar.
Steps Required For Rerolling
Before you reroll, here’s a tip: Only accept the character you are 100% satisfied with because once you accept a character, you will be locked out of further rolls. So make that decision very carefully.
The steps for rerolling are as follows:
- Launch Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds.
- Find the Summon x10 button located in the bottom right corner of the screen and click on it to grab the Timed Gift. Timed Gift will give you ten rerolls for free.
- If you get the characters, gear, or familiar you want out of the reroll, select accept; otherwise, tap on summon again.
- As mentioned above, you’ll get 10 rerolls, and on each reroll, you’ll get at least three stars familiars, which are denoted by gold eggs, and one 4 star familiar, denoted by purple. If you are not happy with the summons you obtained, uninstall the game and create a new account.
Best Classes in Ni No Kuni CrossWords
Ni No Kuni: World Class offers you 5 classes to choose from. Whether you are someone who wants to face their foes in class combat or someone who specializes in ranged combat, here’s a list of all classes in Ni No Kuni: World Class.
“Swordsman” is all around the best class in Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds. He is highly recommended for those who want to face their enemies in class quarter combat. Swordsman specializes in dealing damage, sustaining damage, providing buffs, and even tanking damage if they are built that way.
His buffs can increase attack power greatly—whether his own or his party’s—and his rebuffs provide substantial support in a fight.
His abilities are usually melee-focused or short-ranged, but he can perform a great ranged attack once he learns the skill. Swordsman is basically a jack of all trades but a master of none, and his variable play style makes him a good fit for both frontal assault and midway buffing or debuffing.
“Destroyer” is a tank-type unit that can deal damage while also withstanding an exceptional amount of damage. He is recommended for those who want a character who is resistant to crowd control effects and can move freely in between AOE targeted attacks.
Similar to tank unit in other games, he suffers from, you guessed, slow speed. But he makes up for his slow speed with his enormously high damage while also having the ability to provoke his enemies and divert their attention to him. Furthermore, he also deals high damage on low HP, making his presence extremely crucial for team battles.
Rogue is an Archer/Marksman in Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds that specializes in medium to long-ranged attacks and provides a ton of party-wide buffs to all allies.
He is recommended for those who want to play aggressively while keeping their distance from his enemies.
He can provide excellent support to more direct fighters while also having the ability to slow enemies’ speed once he learns the necessary skill.
“Engineer” is a healer unit with amazing support skills in Ni No Kuni: Cross worlds. If you are planning on playing as Support, an Engineer should be your pick. They are one of the key parts of winning high-level end-game battles, as their healing efficacy is nothing to be laughed at.
Notably, she can revive party members, and she is best used away from the front line. The Engineer also specializes in a wide array of firearms, such as rifles, and can assist with ranged attacks.
Witch is a short to medium ranged DPS character in Ni no Kuni: Cross Worlds that specialize in dealing a ton of damage. She is recommended for those who want to deal with an insane amount of damage at a considerable distance.
Moreover, she has some of the highest damage dealing multipliers, and all of her abilities are either AOE targeted skills or self-boosting skills.
The catch to this class of character is that she has extremely low health, making Witch the glass cannon class of Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds.
Familiars in Ni No Kuni Crossworlds To Reroll
Familiars are creatures you’ll encounter in your in Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds who will aid you in battles. As spoken briefly about above, the thing you’ll most probably be rerolling for is familiars since familiars are allocated randomly.
If you’re pondering over which familiar to aim for rerolling, here is a quick look at the tier list that’ll make your thought process a little easier.
|S||Oroboros, Mite, Sparkee, Suiryu, Hog-Goblin, Dinoceros|
|A||Thumbelemur, Splisher, Molten Lion, Stagthorn, Penguicorn, Shrimpaler, Crab-O-Lantern, Rimu|
|B||Crowhawk, Draggle, Flutterby, Bunnybot, Arachnes, Ebon Taurex, Byrde|
|C||Naja, Rambunctus, Whambat, Worker Bumbler, Petromaton, Prince Of Whales, Disbeleaf, Hooray|
|D||Pipsqueak, Stitcher, Jabber, Sillymander, Taurex, Ruff, Bonehead, Mandragorer, Shellraiser|
This wraps up our rerolling guide on Ni No Kuni: Cross Worlds. Let us know what you think about our guide in the comments below.