The next event for Dragalia Lost is a Raid Event called A Waltz with Fate. It will take place from February 28th to March 12th, with the period for redeeming rewards running until March 19th.
Here’s the story for this Raid Event:
After being imprisoned by a ruler with twisted affections, the dancer Felicia is rescued by the dragon Phantom. During their escape they find the prince and his friends, who resolve to help them fight the king of death himself… Thus begins a tale of love for the ages!
Since this is a Raid Event, players will be able to team up in order to take down a giant boss. To be more precise, 4 players can team up, each bringing 4 adventurers each… that’s 16 adventurers at once! The Raid Boss for this event is called Thanatos (which is a Shadow-type boss).
This event will allow you to earn a 5 ★ Dragon, called Phantom. There’s two ways to get it: via Blazon Summons, or as an event reward (using emblems earned by clearing quests, and taking down the Boss and Raid Boss).
Just like the previous Raid Events, you can also befriend a character: Felicia. They appear in the story of the event, and if you earn enough points by clearing quests and taking down the Boss and Raid Boss, they will become your ally permanently!
Finally, you can get a new Wyrmprint as reward: Delightful Dancer.
Check out the Summons page for more details about the Character, Wyrmprint, and Dragon you can earn via this event!
Dragalia Lost: A Waltz with Fate – Changes from previous events
The following has been added:
- Raid Boss’ Skills:
Thanatos’ “Grim Haze” attack sets a timer on one of your squad members. When the timer reaches 0, the affected adventurer will suffer drawbacks such as decreasing HP or having their dragon form ended. Thanatos’ “Reaper of Fate” skill also has similar effects, so beware!
- Bonus Endeavour
If you fulfill certain conditions, you can unlock a new daily endeavor that tasks you with clearing all daily event endeavors. If you clear all of an event’s daily endeavors, you’ll receive an endeavor bonus reward!
- Updated emblem rewards
Many items used to upgrade your light-attuned adventurers, including the event adventurer Felicia, can be obtained via bronze and silver emblems. Insignias and tablets typically rewarded from The Imperial Onslaught can be obtained via gold emblems.
Dragalia Lost: A Waltz with Fate – Notices
The event may not play properly on iPhone 6 Plus devices, depending on the game’s settings. If you’re impacting by this, you can try one of the following to fix it:
- Tap the Menu button in the bottom right corner, then go to the Game tab of the Options menu, and change the Visual Effects settings to Good or Basic
- Tap the Menu button in the bottom right corner, then go to the Game tab of the Options menu, and change the Image Quality settings to Normal.
Dragalia Lost: A Watlz with Fate – How to play and Rewards/Summon details
This event features a special character: Felicia. They’re only available during the event, but by clearing quests and defeating the Boss and Raid Boss, you can increase your friendship level with them. Once it’s maxed out, you will be able to keep using them as an ally even after the event is over (they even come with their own Adventurer Story)! Naturally, their level, stats, equipment, and position on your party will be maintained if you do unlock them. If you don’t, do keep in mind that any item used to upgrade their level or their Mana Circle, or to promote them, will not be returned.
There’s various story segments and Quests to clear before you can unlock the Boss battle. Once you’ve defeated the Boss battle, you can tackle the Raid Boss in the Raid Battle.
By beating bosses, you earn otherworld fragments: you can then use those to challenge the mighty Raid Boss with your friends or complete strangers during a Raid Battle. During those, all 4 players bring 4 characters each, for a total of 16 characters in battle. There’s 3 difficulty levels: Beginner, Standard, and Expert. If you’re hosting a room for a raid battle, or joining someone’s room, you will need otherworld fragments and getherwings. If you join someone’s room, you also need to be able to challenge the same difficulty as the host.
If you manage to clear a Raid Battle on expert, you may get the chance to tackle an Extra Raid Battle: there’s no difficulty level, and once cleared, it simply disappears (however, if you fail to clear it, you can try again). You do not need to spend anything to take part in one, either as the host or as a guest (no stamina, getherwings, etc.). However, even if you want to join someone’s room, the Extra Raid Battle needs to have appeared for you in order to join.
There’s also the Blazon Summon: it requires peregrine blazons (obtained by clearing quests, boss battles and raid battles), and it allows you to earn big rewards, including an exclusive Dragon! You can get a resettable dragon as reward: if you do, you can reset the summon content up to 5 times (after that, you have to accept the rewards).
Here’s the list of Emblems rewards (Bronze, Silver, and Gold):
And here’s the contents of the Blazon Summon:
Finally, there’s two sets of Endeavours to clear: Daily and Limited. Check out this page for more details about them!
Some additional notes about the event:
- during Raid Battles, certain skills and abilities only recover 1/4 of the usual amount of HP
- you cannot use blazons, emblems, or otherworlds fragments obtained during this event in another event
- you need to have cleared Ch. 2 / 2-1 on Normal in order to take part in the event and play in co-op
Source: Dragalia Lost