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The Latest Dragalia Lost Summon Showcase Lets You Recruit Characters from Granblue Fantasy and Rage of Bahamut

The latest Dragalia Lost summon showcase will let you recruit characters from Granblue Fantasy. From May 11-29, 2020 fans of Granblue Fantasy (and Rage of Bahamut) can summon Yurius, Forte, and Azazel as part of the latest showcase. It is important to note, however, that while Yurius and Forte are available to summon as adventurers, Azazel can only be summoned as a dragon. You can check out the demonstration video for these characters below.

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Yurius joins the roster of Dragalia Lost as wand user that is aligned with the water element. As an attack unit, he can provide offensive capabilities for your team. His co-ability also increases your party’s skill damage by 15%. Forte is also an attack unit, though she is shadow-element lance user. Her co-ability will give your party 15% more HP. Azazel is a shadow-element dragon that can inflict poison. Additionally, he will increase the entire teams damage against poisoned enemies for a short period of time. If you’re a fan of Granblue Fantasy (or Rage of Bahamut in the case of Azazel), you will want to try to summon these characters during this Dragalia Lost summon showcase.

Other crossovers with Dragalia Lost have allowed players to recruit characters from games like Fire Emblem and Monster Hunter. Most recently, Tiki from the Fire Emblem series was available to summon as an adventurer. If you’re looking to get into Dragalia Lost, we have a guide that will cover everything you’ll need to know to get started.

Dragalia Lost is available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store for Android and Apple iOS devices.

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