- 1 Purchase Diamonds
- 2 Hawk Pass
- 3 Sacred Treasure Shop
- 4 Purchase Bundle
- 5 Recommended Deals
Diamonds (in-game gem currency) can be purchased outright in the Purchase Diamonds section. The first time you purchase a Diamonds bundle you can earn a guaranteed SSR ticket for free. Diamond BOGO events are a great deal because you get double the number of Diamonds for each purchase. Diamonds can be bought for the following prices (listed in $ USD for comparison):
|# Diamonds||Cost per
|Cost per Diamond
When spending Diamonds in the gacha draw, always save up so that you can use the multi-draw option (10 + 1 for 30 Diamonds) so that you are able to make the most of your hard-earned Diamonds Thus, the $79.99 Diamonds BOGO price becomes the most cost-effective deal because you can obtain just shy of 75 gacha draws from one purchase.
Hawk's Pass, when available, is a multi-week long opportunity to earn free rewards. For additional rewards, you can purchase a Hawk's Pass, which will grant you more missions to earn even more rewards. Each week there will be missions posted to complete. If you aren't able to complete the mission in that week, you'll still have an opportunity to complete these the following week except for the final week. Hawk's Pass is not always available, so make sure to check your home screen when these are up to snag the rewards.
Sacred Treasure Shop
The Sacred Treasure Shop has four main areas:
The Weapon, Outfit, and Cosmetic shops contain SR, SSR, and UR Costumes that can be purchased by using Diamonds. New Costumes are constantly being added, and are indicated by the NEW star next to the Costume.
The Events section contains limited-time Costumes which will typically be connected to at least one of the current banners that are available for pulling. For example, when the Derieri “With You Gone” Pick Up Draw banner is available, the following three Event Costumes are available in the Sacred Treasure Shop.
These Event Costumes, when purchased, will contain a full set, which includes one Weapon, one Outfit, and one Cosmetic Costume. The UR Costume costs money but also comes with a bonus 30 Diamonds. The SSR Costume costs 60 Diamonds, and the SR Costume costs 30 Diamonds. This means that buying the UR Costume will allow you to buy the SR Costume in essence “for free” (or get you halfway through buying the SSR Costume).
Not only do these Costumes help your Hero look adorable when equipped, but you can also register up to five Costumes of each type to reap additive bonuses for combat, which is one of the best ways to increase CC quickly.
The Purchase Bundle section of the Shop has five main categories:
The Special section contains several featured bundles. Though these are listed differently in the store, the below section lists the bundles out in order of recommended value.
The Discount Upgrade Bundle is a discounted bundle that changes daily and is determined at random. Only one Discount Upgrade Bundle can be purchased per day. If you’re interested in purchasing bundles to progress your gameplay, it is a good idea to check this section daily to see what’s available on sale.
Any event-related bundles will be in the Special section. For example, during the Half Anniversary Event, there were special ticket bundles and Diamond bundles available. The Diamond bundle posted during this event averaged a cost of $0.09 per Diamond, which makes this the best deal for Diamonds of any that are available. This is a good section to review during any events that you are heavily participating in.
Depending on the banner that is being featured, there will also be Full Upgrade and Special Equipment bundles. The Special Equipment Bundles contain a full set of +5 5* SR Equipment, as well as 20 Equipment Engraving Stones. The Full Upgrade Bundle will contain the following contents to fully upgrade any Hero of the respective affinity to the maximum level available. While these bundles will reference the specific Hero being featured in the banner, these materials can actually be used on any Hero and are a great value for the purchase.
Step Up Bundles
The Diamond Step Up Bundles have three steps, which unlock as you purchase each of the subsequent steps. These reset on the first day of every calendar month. Buying all three steps yields a total of 430 Diamonds per month, with an average price of $0.33 per Diamond.
|Step #||Price ($ USD)||# Diamonds||Cost per Diamond|
Rank Up and Starter Bundles
This section is advertised for new players who are just getting started. Here you can make one-time purchases of Diamonds, Stamina, Race Draw I SR-SSR Tickets, SSR Evolution Pendants, and a single Green Meliodas Coin. When just getting started though, the game gives you so many of these materials for free that these bundles really aren’t worthwhile. Other Bundles will be a much better value than these Starter Bundles. The Rank Up Bundle, however, allows you to make a one-time purchase of 80 Diamonds at an average price of only $0.10 per Diamond, and you only have to reach Rank 10 to obtain all these Diamonds, so this is a good value one-time purchase.
The Monthly Subscription Bundle gives 140 + 30 Diamonds for $23.99, and the Weekly Subscription Bundle (Diamonds) gives 49 + 10 Diamonds for $7.99, which makes the Diamonds on average only $0.14 each, with the Weekly Subscription being just slightly cheaper per Diamond than the Monthly Subscription Bundle (prices listed in $ USD for comparison). This makes the Monthly & Weekly Subscriptions a much better deal than the Purchase Diamonds packs, although they’ll only meter out 5 to 7 Diamonds per day (respectively) so you’ll want to save up between banners to pull.
The Weekly Subscription Bundle (Stamina) gives 35 Stamina + 5 Diamonds for $3.99, which makes the Stamina on average $0.11 per Stamina pot. Since Stamina pots can be bought from the Friendship Shop and the Silver Coin Shop for fairly cheap, this subscription bundle is not as worthwhile as the Diamonds bundles.
This section contains a number of types of bundles: Gold Bundle, Stamina Booster Bundle, Fight Festival Bundles, and Stamp Bundles.
The Gold Bundle contains 1,000,000 Gold and 30 UR Treasure Chests, which can be sold in the Shop for 93,750 Gold (or 112,500 Gold if utilizing the Veronica sales buff), which means this bundle can give a maximum of 4,375,000. This same amount of Gold could be earned through red book farming (for example, 365 4* red books could also be sold for this same amount of Gold). Thus, this bundle is a good way to get Gold very quickly, but it can also be earned through grinding.
The Stamina Booster Bundle contains 30 Stamina Recovery Potions, along with 10 Diamonds. In $ USD, this comes out to each Stamina pot costing $0.27, so that makes this bundle a worse deal than the Weekly Subscription Bundle (Stamina). Again though, since Stamina pots can be bought from the Friendship Shop and the Silver Coin Shop for fairly cheap, this stamina bundle is not as worthwhile as others that are available.
There are two Fight Festival Bundles available: the Fight Festival Rookie Bundle and the FIght Festival Champion Bundle (with the latter being double the cost of the first). A maximum of 3 Rookie Bundles can be bought, whereas a maximum of 10 Champion Bundles can be bought. The two Fight Festival Bundles contain the following resources:
|Bundle||Diamonds||Tickets||Gold||Meals for Combat|
(adds +10% Combat Class)
(starts the battle with the Ultimate Move Gauge at 1)
(evades an Attack or Debuff Skill once)
Fighting in the Vaizel Fight Festival helps you to earn Festival Coins to spend in the Fight Festival Shop, as well as Diamonds and weekly boxes for the Equipment Draw. Since Fight Festival entry tickets are fairly difficult to come by, these packs are a good deal because you can purchase a total of 350 extra entry tickets in total for a one-time purchase. However, make sure you don’t use them from your inventory until you’re ready to fight in PvP, or else it will inhibit your regular tickets from regenerating. You can also earn one extra Fight Festival entry ticket per day by using gyro mode in the Tavern, but these bundles are a much faster way to earn these tickets if you want to rapidly progress without grinding.
Stamp Bundles can be bought to purchase various Emote Stamp sets. These can be used in chats to express your feelings. For these Emote Stamps, this is the only place that you can purchase them as they cannot be bought with Diamonds.
The Equipment portion of the Purchase Bundle Shop contains one limited and several unlimited bundles.
The Special Equipment Bundle is limited to three maximum purchases. This bundle contains the following contents:
|Tier 3 Awakened SSR Equipment Selection Ticket||6|
Note that if you are good about using your Anvils to get your Equipment Awakening as close as possible to the stat that you want, then the Anvil Bundle is a better value than the Hammer of Vaizel Bundle since you can get nearly double the number of Anvils from the same amount of money spent.
With regards to the Equipment Upgrade Bundles, Awakening Stones are harder to come by than Enhance Stones, so the Equipment Upgrade Bundle II is a better value for the money than the Equipment Upgrade Bundle I.
The Hero portion of the Purchase Bundle Shop contains limited and unlimited bundles.
The Attribute Evolution Bundles are not as good of a deal as the Full Upgrade Bundles, despite being the same cost. So, if you are looking to purchase bundles to rapidly increase your CC, the Full Upgrade Bundle is a much better value.
|Bundle||Cost ($ USD)||Contents|
|Limit Break 3||$23.99||x 30|
|Attribute Evolution Bundles||$23.99||x 3|
All of these materials can be earned through farming in Fort Solgres and Death Matches, although it’ll take considerable grinding to amass the same amount of materials. The Limit Break 3 is a much better deal than the Attribute Evolution Bundles since the Death Match drops are more difficult to obtain since each player can only trigger a maximum of six random Death Matches per day.
The Discount Upgrade Bundle of the Special section of the Purchase Bundles section is good to check out daily to see what is available. Some bundles are of better value than others, so you can see which ones best suit your gameplay needs on a daily basis.
Hawk’s Pass is highly recommended whenever it is available. You can get a ton of great prizes from completing the additional missions that become unlocked for purchasing Hawk’s Pass. Even if you don’t purchase Hawk’s Pass, you can still get a lot of great rewards, but you just won’t be able to get the top reward without purchasing Hawk’s Pass.
Maximizing Combat Class
The Sacred Treasure Shop is an important place to min-max your account. Since you can only register five Costumes per category to a Hero, the best Costumes to purchase are the UR Costumes. Make sure to check on the bonus effects upon registering available for each Costume to help you determine which Costumes are best for each Hero in your box. All of the non-event Costumes can be purchased with Diamonds. Event Costumes may require spending money rather than Diamonds, but they will contain full sets (of Weapon, Outfit, and Cosmetic) Costumes, so they are a good value for the purchase. These Costumes are Hero-specific and require that you have the Hero in your box in order to be able to benefit from the boosts. This is the only place that these Costumes can be purchased, so the only way to fully min-max your account is to purchase these Costumes from the Sacred Treasure Shop.
The Equipment and Hero Shops also contain materials to min-max your account. Here you can purchase Anvils, Hammers, Equipment Enhancing, Awakening, and Engraving Stones, as well as Limit Break Materials for your Heroes. Since these materials are not Hero-specific these bundles are helpful to rapidly grow your account, although all of the materials can also be earned through significant grinding.
If you’re able to stockpile Diamonds in between banners, the Monthly and Weekly Subscription bundles will give you 5 and 7 Diamonds per day (respectively). If you purchase both Subscriptions, this would be a total of 406 Diamonds every 28 days, which will give you just shy of 14 multi-draws on a chosen banner.
If you aren’t able to wait and you need to quickly purchase a lot of Diamonds (for that just-can’t-miss banner!), then the Step Up Bundles are your best option, although you can only do this once per month to obtain a total of 430 Diamonds. If this is not enough, then the Purchase Diamonds BOGO bundles are your next best option since these purchases are unlimited. All of the bundles are fairly close to each other in value, so select your bundle based on how many Diamonds you’ll need.
Lastly, the Rank Up Bundle, while advertised for new players at the early ranks, is actually a very good one-time purchase value for Diamonds.
The bottom half of the bundles in the Special section of the Purchase Bundle area of the Shop are also great, albeit sometimes pricey, featured bundles. These will rotate depending on the events and banners available. Most of these materials can be earned through farming, but the bundles provide a faster alternative if you’re interested in purchasing bundles. In particular, the Special Equipment and Full Upgrade bundles are good value for the money spent since you can use these resources on any Hero to max out their level and their CC.
The Fight Festival Rookie Bundle and Fight Festival Champion Bundle are good one-time purchases to get extra entry tickets so that you can earn Diamonds, Equipment Draw boxes, and Festival Coins to spend in the Fight Festival Shop. In the Fight Festival Shop, you can exchange Festival Coins for SSR Equipment, UR Weapon Costumes, as well as Enhance and Awakening Stones and Anvils.