Skyborne Spectacle Dragalia Lost Raid Event Begins

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After a data leak revealed it was on the way, the Skyborne Spectacle Dragalia Lost raid event has begun. Get your wind-teams ready, because this event involves water-based enemies and bosses. It will run until February 11, 2019, alongside the Springtime Spree summon showcase that ends February 13, 2019.


The Skyborne Spectacle raid is a Lunar New Year event that sees Euden and his group helping to stop water-based fiends so what is basically a fireworks presentation can proceed. Su Feng is the new temporary four-star adventurer who is a dagger-wielding wind-element friend and will join permanently if you get the friendship points up to 500. The five-star dragon you can earn from this event is a water dragon named Peng Lai. You can also earn a four-star wyrmprint with Peng Lai on it called Dragon Dance.


The Springtime Spree banner focuses on wind units. Lin You, a five-star, wind axe-wielder, is the focus five-star adventurer, joined by the four-star Ku Hai blade wielder who is a wind unit and the three-star Xiao Lei wand-wielder who is a light elemental. The new five-star dragon is Long Long, a giant panda who is a wind elemental. You can also now get the the five-star Kung Fu Masters, five-star Warrior Maiden, four-star Lunar Festivities, four-star Promises in the Rain, and three-star Blossoms Ablaze wyrmprints.


Dragalia Lost is available for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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