Fate/Grand Order Line Stickers

Express Yourself With 40 Fate Grand/Order LINE Stickers

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Delight Works will be releasing a set of Fate/Grand Order LINE stickers on April 28, 2020. A total of forty stickers will be released, all of which are drawn by the artist MOGU. This sticker pack comes in at 100 LINE coins, or ¥250. Unfortunately, these stickers are only available to purchase via the Japanese LINE store, so you’re out of luck if you don’t have access to it. [Thanks, Dengeki!]

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Fate/Grand Order Line Stickers

As you can see above, there are plenty of fan favorite characters in this new sticker pack. Fans of Fate/Grand Order can say “good morning” or “thank you!” via SNS through these LINE stickers.

In Fate/Grand Order global news, a new crossover event has started. The Fate Apocrypha and Fate/Grand Order pre-release event has started and it will run until May 3, 2020. By logging in during this campaign, players can net themselves from free Saint Quartz. In addition to this, Servants from Fate Apocrypha have their own rate up banners during this time. These Servants include Jeanne d’Arc (Ruler), Jack the Ripper, Vlad III (Berserker), Amakusa Shirou, Semiramis, Karna, and Mordred Pendragon (Saber).

Fate/Grand Order is available on Apple iOS and Android devices. The Fate/Grand Order MUGO LINE app stickers are available through LINE app’s Japanese store.


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