This Liberation Dx2 guide will show you how to reroll using Nox, as well as what demons and archetypes to look for while doing it.

Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 Rerolling Guide

This Liberation Dx2 guide will show you how to reroll using Nox, as well as what demons and archetypes to look for while doing it.

Rerolling in Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2 is similar to most other gacha games. You can backup your data, uninstall, reinstall, and see what you get. But no one wants to do that. So we’re going to look at using Nox to reroll, as well as what to look for while rerolling. 

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When you start the game, you’ll get a guaranteed 4-Star demon and a banner for a 3- to 5-Star demon. All pulls are completely random, with your chances of getting a 5-Star demon being very low. I haven’t tried it out for myself, but many players on Reddit and Discord are measuring a 1-3% draw rate for 5-Star demons on rerolls from this initial pull. 

But as you can guess, pulling a 5-Star demon isn’t the only reason to reroll, with pulling more powerful initial 4-Stars and getting better Archetypal colors coming into play. Let’s look at the fastest way to reroll. 

How to Reroll Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2

First, you’re going to download Nox on your PC. If you’ve ever downloaded a program from the internet, you should know how to run the install file and set everything up. Magic.

Link your Google Play account or your Apple Game Center account. To do so, got to PlayStore ->Existing Account (or New Account if you want more than one account for multiple rolls).

After that, enter the email and password linked to your account and agree to the Nox ToS. You can skip the payment screen. If you run into the “Google Play authentication required” bug while using Nox, check out this blog post from the developers for a fix. 

What to Look For When Rerolling

There’s a consensus that even if you’re rerolling 80 accounts, you can stop if you get certain 5-Star demons, such as:

  • Huang Di (Huang Long)
  • Cu Chulainn
  • Mara
  • Alice
  • Metatron
  • Yoshitsune

However, many players know that Archetypes can be more important to look for than Star Level. Archetypes come in five colors, and they tell you a Demon’s awakened abilities, a Demon’s fusion types, and a Demon’s specific bonus skill. The different archetypes are:

  1. Common (Clear)
  2. Aragami (Red)
  3. Protector (Yellow)
  4. Psychic (Purple)
  5. Elementalist (Teal)

Although you can use fusion tools to also find out what skills each Archetype gives each specific Demon, there are a few certainties you can glean from Archetypes based on their colors: 

  • Common Archetypes are typically fusion fodder, since you must have at least one of these to perform a fusion at any level
  • Aragami Archetypes are mostly associated with offensive/damage skills, such as AoEs and other mana-based damage attacks
  • Protector Archetypes are typically associated with protection and buff/debuff skills, such as curative skills or shielding skills
  • Psychic Archetypes are often associated with passive skills, such as increasing mana pools by X% or resisting ailments by X%
  • Elemental Archetypes are typically associated with skills that resist/negate elemental attacks, such as ice damage or fire damage

Almost every Archetype’s awakened states deal some type of damage, although there are some Demons, such as Metatron, who have restorative Archetype skills when awakened. 

That’s all you need to know about rerolling in Shin Megami Tensei Liberation Dx2, and what to look for when doing it. As with any gacha game, the amount of times you reroll is really up to you, your playstyle, and whether you’re playing PvE or PvP. 

Got any tips on rerolling or which Demons players should be on the lookout for? Let us know in the comments! 

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