|What are raids?|
Raids are multiplayer bosses that allow up to 30 people to battle together against a single raid boss. The player who hosts the raid will spend AP and any summoning items, then other players who join to help will spend EP.
The raid host and the MVP always receive 1 red chest, while the Vice MVP usually gets an extra chest as well. Red chests have a higher chance of containing better loot. During events, the host and MVP get extra tokens. Individual ranking in a raid does not affect what chests contain or how many drop.
When looking for raids to join, the in-game list will not refresh until every raid currently on the list is completed, but you can also join by raid ID. Raid IDs are commonly found using TweetDeck for when players request help via Twitter. There are also other third-party tools that can parse tweets for raid IDs.
Other notes on raids:
Tier 1 Raids[edit | edit source]
Tier 2 Raids[edit | edit source]
Tier 3 Raids[edit | edit source]
Rank 80 Raids[edit | edit source]
- Proto Bahamut requires Star Sand Scoop
- Grand Order requires Peacemaker Star
- Huanglong and Qilin both require Golden Beast Seal
- Ultimate Bahamut require 25px Primal Core
Impossible Raids[edit | edit source]
Requires rank 101 to host or join. They all have different hosting requirements as well.
Impossible Omega II[edit | edit source]
Impossible Omega II raids require clearing their respective quests in Kluger Island to host. They also require Crystals to host. Hosting and defeating these bosses unlocks the ability to uncap Omega Summons and Omega Weapons