Anime Fantasy Summon – What Is Summoning?

I summon…. Illumi Zoldyck and Hisoka Morow!! (the best duo)

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Our Anime Fantasy Summon guide has all the information you need to know about what it means to summon, and how you can do it for yourself.

To summon your anime fantasies, visit the Roblox website. We also have some other posts you may find helpful, like our Anime Fantasy Evolutions Guide and our Anime Fantasy Traits Tier List.

Anime Fantasy Summon

Let’s summon our anime fantasies! (mine is a long list….)

What Does It Mean To Summon?

Summon is an area in the lobby where you get the chance to get your hands on some powerful anime-inspired characters. The goal is to help them in completing certain levels. You can find the Summon lobby to the left side of the leaderboard.

It will cost 50 gems when you summon (or if you have a VIP Gamepass, it will only cost 40 gems). The banner that is used also gets refreshed every hour, giving a new selection of random units. These are: 2 Rare, 2 Epic, 2 Legendary and Mythical.

Once you begin to summon, you will start to accumulate a Pity. Every time you summon you will get: 2% Legendary, 0.25% Mythical Pity, 2500 Gems (2000 if VIP), and 20k Gems (16k if VIP). Once you reach 100% Pity, a unit from the corresponding rarity will be guaranteed.

If you get a Mythical or a Legendary character while you are summoning, it will reset the corresponding Pity to 0. When the banner has been refreshed, your pity % will also be reset.

It’s important to note that not every Mythical character is that good. Make sure you take a look at your unit’s stats before spinning for it on the unit banner.

Special Banner

The chance of obtaining a Mythical unit is doubled in the special banner. This means you will be much more likely to get a Mythic-type unit. This special banner features 3 Mythic Units every hour, so make sure you check back.

Staff Writer
Rachel is a fan of any indie RPG, and her all time favourite games are Undertale, Stardew Valley, Mario Kart, and Mystic Messenger. When she's not writing, you can find her reading fantasy novels or binge watching Black Butler (specifically the episodes William T Spears is in... she hopes for the day he gets more screentime)