Eternal Evolution reroll guide - How to reroll and which characters to aim for

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A character lineup in Eternal Evolution.

Pulling off an Eternal Evolution reroll isn't a short process. It might not ever really be worth it. But if that's what you're wanting to do with this new gacha game, we're here to walk you through the process. It's a great way to pull for the best characters in the game early on, but it's not without its headaches.

It'll be a long read, and you'll want to set out a decent chunk of time to see it through, but the words below will guide you through the process of the Eternal Evolution reroll. The good news is that there's no account reset required. The bad news is that it can make playing with your friends a little tricky.

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For more on the mobile battle RPG, check out our Eternal Evolution codes page. It's a great way to get a little more from the game for free. Keep on top of those and you'll be well on your way to some top-tier pulls. And our Eternal Evolution tier list will point you in the right direction.

Eternal Evolution reroll guide - How to reroll in Eternal Evolution

  1. Skip through the tutorial segments.
  2. Claim any pre-registration and challenges rewards.
  3. Perform the tutorial recruitments and continue until you unlock Basic recruitment.
  4. Continue playing the campaign and completing challenges until you have enough gems and items to perform 21 Basic summons.
  5. Use your items to do a ten-pull in the Advanced summon.
  6. If you don't get what you want.
    1. Tap your profile picture in the top-left.
    2. Find the server button.
    3. Switch to a new channel on the same server to.
    4. Repeat steps 1-6.
  7. If you do get what you're after, continue playing.

Performing an Eternal Evolution reroll takes around an hour, but it depends entirely on when you want to stop. The further you go, you more pulls you'll pull off. End it early, and you may end up repeating the steps more a few more times than you can handle.

Obtaining the Advanced Recruitment Card used for the Eternal Evolution reroll.
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Rerolling in Eternal Evolution means getting far enough to unlock both the Basic and Advanced gacha tabs. Each one is locked behind performing enough pulls in the gacha above it. Unlocking the Basic recruitment happens gradually throughout the tutorial, but there are two ways of performing enough Basic pulls to unlock the final banner - through items earned later in the story, or by burning gems.

Thankfully, you don't use gems to pull in the Advanced banner: that uses another currency you'll have 15 of if you follow along. But if you just want to get one Advanced pull done, you can use gems early on to burn through the arbitrary Basic banner requirement.

Follow the simple steps above to do things the relatively easy way. You'll only have to complete a couple of chapters in the story to get this far. Just level up any Epic characters you get to level 20, equip them with the pre-registration gear, and you'll breeze through the early chapters.

To perform a few extra pulls, you'll need to play all the way through to around Chapter 4-8. You'll want to level your whole squad to 20 and unlock their initial traits for this, but the passive sixth Commander character you unlock toward the end will help tremendously as well.

This, alongside the other tutorials and modes you'll try out along the way, will give you enough items to perform the 21 Basic summons needed to unlock Advanced recruitment, leaving you with enough gems to perform two more ten-pulls in the Basic banner and five more in the Advanced one.

A team fighting in Eternal Evolution.
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How do I reset my Eternal Evolution account during a reroll?

The fact of the matter is that you can't reset your Eternal Evolution account. Instead, the game features dozens of different channels with the same server. These all use different accounts, though, letting you quickly hop from one channel to the next to make fresh reroll accounts.

It might cause issues if you're hoping to play with friends who are also rerolling, but it's just how things are.

To do so, you just need to tap your profile picture in the top-left corner once you're in the game. From there, you should see a server button mixed in with the rest on one of the tabs there. Tap it, select a channel on the same server (or a different server if you want), and you'll be sent back into the tutorial to make a new account.

The best part about this is that you're then free to go back onto a previous account if one of your earlier Eternal Evolution reroll attempts went better.

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