A Clawful Caper Dragalia Lost New Year’s Event Begins December 31, 2019

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The 2019 Dragalia Lost New Year’s event has been dated and, appropriately enough, A Clawful Caper will begin on December 31, 2019. While it was announced during the December 2019 Dragalia Digest, the launch date and initial details were confirmed on the official site.

Like last year’s New Year’s Tidings: Fortune from Afar, which is currently available in the game until December 30, 2019, A Clawful Caper will be a raid event. Ebisu, a shadow-type cat dragon, stole gifts Mitsuhide, a wyrmclan leader like Ieyasu, was bringing to celebrate the new year. It is up to Euden to join forces with Mitsuhide, a mouse dragon named Daikokuten, and warriors named Chitose, Hanabusa, and Nobunaga to reclaim the presents and teach Ebisu a lesson.

A Clawful Caper will begin on the same day as the New Year’s Special Bonus login event. As mentioned during the Dragalia Digest, this will give people a Tenfold Summon Voucher on day one, 10 Exquisite Honey on day two, ten Blessed Ethon Ashes on day three, 400 Wyrmite on day four, 10 Exquisite Honey on day five, two Champion’s Testaments on day six, 400 Wyrmite on day seven, 10 Blessed Ethon Ashes on day eight, 400 Wyrmite on day nine, and a final Tenfold Summon Voucher on day ten.

Two Platinum Showcases will also appear during this period. Starting on December 30th and ending January 13th, there will be one that guarantees you a five-star adventurer and one with a guaranteed five-star dragon. Each one can be pulled on up to three-times. (As a reminder, Platinum Showcases require paid Diamantium currency.)

Dragalia Lost is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

Jenni Lada
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