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Wuthering Waves Reroll Guide: How to Get the Best Characters

Wuthering Waves is the latest free-to-play action RPG craze, with plenty of intriguing and well-crafted characters to collect. But as with any gacha-style game, you’ll need to draw and have a bit of luck on your side to get the characters you want. Fortunately, our Wuthering Waves reroll guide is here to help.

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When Do You Unlock Convene Pulls in Wuthering Waves?

The first part about rolling and inevitably re-rolling for characters known as Resonators in this new mobile action RPG is knowing when exactly you get this option in the first place. Like other similar games, you have to go through a decently-sized story tutorial before you can unlock the ability to roll for characters.

You want to go through the opening mission, story cutscenes, and first couple of major boss battles to reach the initial city of Jinzhou. From there, continue the story until you reach the Academy. After doing the simulation test there, you will now be able to Convene, which lets you pull for characters and weapons.

How to reroll Wuthering Waves Convene guide
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How to Reroll in Wuthering Waves

Now, here is what you need to know about how to reroll in Wuthering Waves. The goal is to keep playing the tutorial until you unlock Convene. Your first draw is automatically Baizhi and will be the same no matter what. However, you will likely have enough currency from there for at least two full 10 draws.

If you don’t like what you get, here are the steps to reroll continuously until you get a free draw you are satisfied with:

  • Log out of your current account
  • Close the game
  • Restart the game
  • Set up a new account with a brand new email you haven’t used yet
  • Go through the tutorial again until the Academy
  • Reroll for new characters

Unfortunately, you will need a fresh new email for each reroll you do. But if you are fast, you can get through the tutorial in about 20 minutes or less by skipping all the cutscenes.

Wuthering Waves is available right now for free for Android, iOS, and PC.

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Cody is a writer who has been sharing his love for video games and anime since his high school days in 2012. When he isn’t writing about the latest JRPGs and anime series, he can be found in Final Fantasy XIV, occasionally playing some Call of Duty, or lurking on Twitter @SoulcapCody.