Event Stage Period: March 31, 2022, 10:00(UTC-7) - April 10, 2022, 03:59(UTC-7).
Event Description: Players can obtain event reward by clearing event stages, complete event missions and redeem at event shop.
Unlock Condition: Clear 1-10.
I’ve previously purchased Blemishine from a Top Operator Transfer Permit back then, thus I can easily skip this banner.
[Arknights] Maria Nearl Event Rerun ~ Journal Side Story
[Arknights] (MN-6) Coagulating Gel Farming
[Arknights] (MN-EX-8) Eunectes solo’ed enraged Corrupted Knight
EPOQUE Collection New Arrivals/Bard’s Holiday. Trendy autumn attire, loose and breathable. Incorporates a unique multi-layer pocket design, convenient for holding all sorts of lightweight souvenirs during a serendipitous sojourn.
Obtained from [Tidings From Afar] Login Event (April 1, 2022, 04:00(UTC-7) - April 11, 2022, 03:59(UTC-7))
[Arknights CN] Loyal To The Beat (April Fools 2021 Emperor’s Theme)
[Arknights] Loyal to The Beat - Opening Story
[Arknights] Loyal to The Beat - Ending Story
More information about Exusiai
Exusiai was one of the first 6 star operators, and she is still very useful today. Purchasing her also makes a significant contribution to this special banner.
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Operators not yet obtained: Aak, Schwarz, Thorn, Surtr, Mountain.
Operators will be in shop (plan to buy): Schwarz.
Operators left in the pool: Aak, Thorn, Surtr, Mountain.
An interesting thing to note here, that α Type Headhunting Ticket (Surtr / Archetto / Aak) is aligned with the operators I’m missing. If I’m lucky, I might be able to get Surtr or Aak, but Archetto is fine because I like having her here as well, but she won’t contribute to omitting a slot in the New Year banner pool.
Rosa and Exusiai are both powerful, so I’m having trouble deciding who I should promote to E2 first. However, because Exusiai has an excellent RIIC skill at E2, I prefer Exusiai.
Exusiai E2 promotion ~ click to expand
Corrupted Knight and Roberta pic.twitter.com/EvJPbGYle8— HereCave (@ShiShi334) April 2, 2022
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That included a fourfold increase in sales in the U.S.: in the three months from January to April, Russian producers sold $4.7 million worth of ice cream over there. In second place is China, which splashed out $2.6 million on Russian ice cream, up 66% on last year.
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