Summoning is a loot box, also known as gacha, feature of MIR4. Players can use summon tickets or gold to get a random item of a certain category.
Players can spin the wheel for dragon spirits, skill tomes or other crafting materials that acre necessary for crafting equipment. They can spend one ticket (or a small amount of gold) for one try, or in batch of eleven tries for the price of ten. Especially when using summon tickets, it is advisable to wait until having ten of a kind so the bonus try can be used efficiently.
Cost[edit | edit source]
The cost for summoning depends on the category. Summoning dragon material one time costs 100 or one Dragon Material Summon Ticket. When using gold, the player will receive 200 per summoned material.
Summoning an item from another category costs 120 or one respective ticket. When using gold, the player will receive 240 per summoned material. As mentioned before, players can summon either one item at a time or a batch of eleven items for the price of ten.
For several categories, it is also possible to buy summon tickets for copper through the cash shop, which are limited to three of each category per day:
- Spirit Stone Summon Ticket I 60,000
- Skill Tome Summon Ticket I 60,000
- Skill Tome Summon Ticket II 12,000
- Skill Tome Summon Ticket III 24,000
Divine Dragon's Promise[edit | edit source]
The summoning feature has a pity timer mechanism called Divine Dragon's Promise. Each summon of an Uncommon or Rare item will increase the counter by one. When the counter reaches 1,000, the player will receive the option for a Divine Dragon's Promise Summon. This special summon will be a guaranteed Epic item. Up to 100 special summons can be accumulatecd.
Promise points are collected per summoning category, not all together. Summoning an Epic item before you reach 1,000 points will reset the points but not previously accumulated special promises.
Summons made through shop items itself (e.g. through the Common Product tab) do not count towards the pity timer.
Categories[edit | edit source]
Dragon Material[edit | edit source]
Dragon Material Summon Ticket can be used.
|Rarity||Rarity chance||Item name||Individual chance|
|Uncommon||97%||(UC) Dragon Scale||12.125%|
|(UC) Dragon Leather||48.5%|
|(UC) Dragon Horn||36.375%|
|Rare||2.9%||(R) Dragon Scale||0.3625%|
|(R) Dragon Leather||1.45%|
|(R) Dragon Horn||1.0875%|
|Epic||0.1%||(E) Dragon Scale||0.0125%|
|(E) Dragon Leather||0.05%|
|(E) Dragon Horn||0.0375%|
Spirit[edit | edit source]
Spirit Stone Summon Ticket can be used.
Dragon Leather[edit | edit source]
Dragon Leather Summon Ticket can be used. Unfortunately, there are no item chanches published by WeMade.
Dragon Scale[edit | edit source]
Dragon Scale Summon Ticket can be used. Unfortunately, there are no item chanches published by WeMade.
Dragon Horn[edit | edit source]
Dragon Horn Summon Ticket can be used. Unfortunately, there are no item chanches published by WeMade.
Skill Tome[edit | edit source]
Skill Tome Summon Ticket can be used.
The skill tome category is split by class. However, all classes can use the same ticket to redeem one summoning.