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Fate/Grand Order The Tale of Setsubun: Oni Pagoda Festival Adds Minamoto-no-Raikou and Shuten-Douji

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00The next Fate/Grand Order event has been revealed. On January 27, 2020, The Tale of Setsubun: Oni Pagoda Festival will begin. Until February 2, 2020, people will have an opportunity to climb a 100-floor pagoda filled with enemies and boss Servants. Its corresponding Pickup Summon banner will be available from January 27th until February 9th.

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This Fate/Grand Order event is being held to coincide with Setsubun, which will take place on February 3, 2020. Each year, it is held to celebrate the beginning of spring  and purify an area from evil spirits. In the game, players come to a tower that has suddenly appeared alongside a Singularity and clear the enemies out of it.

The Tale of Setsubun: Oni Pagoda Festival Pickup Summon Banner will give people a chance to get three limited-time, five-star servants who won’t be included in Story Summon after the event. They are Assassin Shuten-Douji, Berserker Minamoto-no-Raikou, and Berserker Sakata Kintoki. All three will be the pickup Servants on the day the banner begins and ends, but in the period between people will have to keep an eye out to see which one is featured. (In addition, four-star Archer Archer of Inferno and Berserker Ibaraki-Douji will be available as pickup Servants.)

Here is Minamoto-no-Raikou’s Vengeful Lightning of the Ox-King Noble Phantasm.

This is Sakata Kintoki’s Golden Spark Noble Phantasm.

And this is Shuten-Douji’s Multicolored Poison—Shinpen Kidoku Noble Phantasm.

Fate/Grand Order is available for Android and Apple iOS devices. The da Vinci and the 7 Counterfeit Heroic Spirits Revival Lite event is running now. Also, you can now watch its Moonlight/Lostroom OVA online.

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