Epic Seven Reroll Guide

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How To Reroll

Regarding Emulation

Currently, running Epic Seven on PC apps like BlueStacks and Nox is easy to do, whether for accessing multiple accounts or beginning as a Guest.

Epic Seven permits multi-instancing, so you can access the same account on two devices. This allows convenient access on your phone, tablet, or PC-- but do note that playing or farming on two or more devices simultaneously may result in an account ban. Buying, selling, and trading accounts is also against Smilegate's Terms of Service.

Time Commitment

For those used to rerolling other gacha games, this one will be a breeze: Epic Seven has built-in rerolling with Selective Summoning. Thirty 10-pulls should be enough to get a desired set, but if luck runs dry, the game’s data can easily be reset from the Options menu. Getting to 1-10, the point at which Selectives become available, takes about 30 minutes of gameplay.

Single pulls per reroll 303 pulls
Time spent per reroll ~30 minutes

An incredibly good Selective roll. Image source: r/epicseven subreddit

The way it works is: Each 10-pull can be either kept or discarded, with the remaining number of pulls listed at the bottom of the screen. Ideally one should roll for one 5★ character with any number of extra 4★ Heroes, but a single preferred 5★ still provides a good start.

However! During giveaways and such, Smilegate will occasionally give out either 5★ tickets or a large amount of Skystone. These should be used before your selective summons to secure any of the Heroes in the Covenant (permanent) pool.

The process of rerolling is as follows:

Step 1: Open the app and begin the game using a Guest Account.

Step 2: Progress to 1-4 in Adventure Mode.

The tutorial summon is locked to a 3★ Hero or Artifact from Covenant Summoning, so there's no rerolling potential there. Luckily, there are a couple of of Summons available by claiming Covenant Bookmarks through the inbox under the GM tab. These can be used for any current banner, including Covenant Summoning which now includes Moonlight Heroes. 

Step 2.5 (optional): Reroll using freebies

The rerolling process changes entirely when Smilegate gives out free tickets, summons or bookmarks during special events. Clear out your inbox and see what pops up! If you roll any strong Heroes at this stage, you may try for a complimentary Hero in Selective Summoning.

1-5 will be the first chapter with Autobattle, so after this point the process is mostly hands-free.

Step 3: Complete 1-10 and roll Selective Summoning.

When rolling, keep in mind that one 5★ is the maximum for each roll. Moonlight Summons also aren’t available until 10-10, so Light and Dark Heroes won’t drop.

If you pull a 5★ Hero early on, there's a dilemma: take what you've got, or keep trying for your favorite? The risk is yours to take, but do keep in mind that the probability of any one Hero is very small. It's worth picking at least a handful to target-- see below for recommendations.

Step 4: After rolling, choose to either keep the account and continue playing, or reset account data by following the steps below. 

When the desired roll has been obtained, be sure to set your nickname (which can only be chosen once!) and bind the account to an email address so it can be recovered. 

Resetting Account Data

If nothing interesting came out of 30 rolls, it's worth trying again. To start over an account, open the blue menu from the upper-right of the Lobby screen, then select Settings at the bottom. Finally, there will be a red button to Reset account data.  

Reset Account Data

Those who logged in with a Guest Account will lose nothing, whereas resetting a Google Play, email or social media account will clear the data bound to that account. If there's a good 5★ or two on there, it may be worth saving that account by binding, deleting the app and reinstalling to roll again as a Guest. In the event of a failed roll, the old account can still be accessed using the associated email.  

5★ Heroes


The 5★ pool for Selective Summoning is limited to Heroes who were on Rate Up before the Global server launch. This "initial" pool has not changed since the introduction of Selective Summoning, and it is currently unknown whether this will be updated with newer additions such as Krau, Tenebria or Haste.

Since the Selective Summons allow one natural 5★ roll, this will be the biggest choice. Either aim for the character who best suits your plans or, if playing more casually, roll until a good Hero drops and choose that one. Here they are ranked by beginner-friendliness:

Selective Summon recommendations as of November 2019.

Recent changes to Basar have made him and Tywin a ridiculously strong combination in PvP. Basar is quick enough to strip buffs from the enemy while leaving them with the Unable to be Buffed debuff, while Tywin has AoE Defense Break, CR Push and increased Crit Chance in his toolkit. Sez and Vildred remain the best picks for beginners, but their versatility has fallen off in recent months due to the availability of better options. Iseria is also strongly worth considering for synergy with other Heroes.

Because the characters are subject to many buffs and nerfs, no choice is completely foolproof. What is recommended though, above all else, is rolling for your favorite-- since having them on your team will make the game that much more fun starting out.  


The rerolling game changes dramatically with access to additional rolls from the Covenant pool. The lineup for lower rarities remains much the same, but many more 5★ Heroes become available. Here are our top recommendations. If you can snag any of these Heroes, they will be very helpful in many areas of the game and potentially strong in PvP. 


Moonlight Heroes

Covenant pulls outside of Selective Summoning also have a small chance to drop Moonlight Heroes, which are of either the Light or Dark element.

Any Moonlight 5★

All 5★ Moonlight Heroes are very rare with unique and powerful kits, and due to their extreme rarity, ML 5★ Heroes tend to be either very strong or at least considered for balance changes. Due to their sheer specialization and potential to be buffed, any ML5 is worth keeping on a reroll-- even underwhelming ones like Desert Jewel Basar or Specimen Sez. 

ML 4★ can be a mixed bag, but many are equivalent to a normal 5★ or even better. Like with an ML5, the less popular ones can still be built out and excel in most content.


4★ Heroes


Rolling a 5★ Hero with an additional healer like Angelica or Achates is very good, though plenty of other Soul Weavers can be built as well. 

Cidd also provides amazing DPS for his rarity, while Karin, Rose and Furious are great at Wyvern Hunts (Furious can also be acquired through Connections). Schuri is also a very strong CR Push with a coveted Speed imprint.

3★ Heroes


3★ Heroes appear in abundance and can easily be acquired later if missed. That said, some will really come in handy and are worth using right away if you happen to get them in your Selective pull. 

Kiris and Alexa are very strong PvE characters, while Kluri, Roozid, Montmorancy, Carrot and Hazel all have access to updated kits through the Specialty Change mechanic. 


Artifacts definitely aren't the focus of a reroll, but a handful are almost worth the utility of an entire Hero. In particular, Shimadra Staff and Rod of Amaryllis greatly increase the potency of any healer you choose, freeing up teammates to serve other roles on a team. 

Honorable mentions include Rosa Hargana, Sashe Ithanes, Rhianna & Luciella, Sigurd Scythe, and Aurius if you have the right Heroes to pair them with. 

Further Reading


"Starting Hero Guide for Epic Seven" by Oxyopolis, accessed March 10th, 2019. See [link]

"Epic Seven Commonly Asked Questions" by Jakchoy and Winny. See [link]

“Epic Seven Guide and FAQ” by a duck with a headache (aka Hayashi#8923), accessed February 25th, 2019. See [link]

For more details on the roles and functions of Selective Heroes, see this guide by u/maruchanr:

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