The GungHo Collab: Another Story (Marvel Reskin) makes a debut in North America and comes with a 10 Magic Stone price tag. While this on the more expensive side, all cards feature Weapon Assists which can help offset the pain of rolling a bottom rarity.
GungHo Collab: Another Story is a Reskin of the Marvel Collab that occurred in JP twice. While we do not have access to the newest evolutions/cards that were present during the second rerun, we did receive the awakenings and some buffs.
This puts us in an unusual place as this event will not be as meaningful compared to the debut and rerun in JP due to the delay and missing some key cards. Furthermore, the 10 Magic Stone price tag is quite hefty considering many of these cards may feel underwhelming.
With that being said, this Reskin uses GungHo IP which leads me to believe we should receive the newer cards during a second rerun which I feel can occur but of course this is still speculation.
As a whole, I feel that this event is worth at least a few pulls due to the fact that all cards have Weapon Assists and at least your first several rolls are most likely not duplicates. Just keep in mind that the majority of these cards will have most of their value as Weapon Assists and we can Monster Exchange for all the meaningful 7* cards.
One thing to note is that if you type in the NA card’s name into Tsubaki Bot, it will pull up the corresponding information but will have the images of the JP cards.
Due to continuous wrist pains, this article will be mostly an overview of this event with more information in the video that features Lumon!
Valuable Reddit post for seeing JP & NA names
All Monster information gathered via Tsubaki Bot (Discord Bot) and monster icons come from PADx or Tsubaki Bot
GungHo Collab: Another Story REM Pros & Cons – November 2022
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The GungHo Collab: Another Story (Marvel Reskin) feels like an underwhelming affair as many of the cards feel grossly outdated along with the high Magic Stone price tag. As such, I feel maybe a couple of rolls can be warranted but strongly believe that we are better off holding onto our Magic Stones for more lucrative events.
Let me know what you think about this event in the comments down below.
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