SIF Coverage - Suki Suki Puwa Puwa

After a short break and an app update, SIF's WW Server now has a new update. For far too long, we have not had a Token Event and Hanayo is here to break the curse with her new event, Suki Suki Puwa Puwa. The event will run for 10 days from the 10th till the 19th of July. This will be a single SR event with the reward being SR Scholar Hanayo, a card that many have been looking forth to for quite a while. 

To get the first copy of SR Scholar Hanayo, players will have to collect 11,000 Event Points. This may not sound like much but, when you consider that this is a Token Event and that points do come in slower then unusual, things begin to make sense. Of course, for players planning to qualify for Tier 2 and above, going above this score will almost certainly be a necessity. 

While the cutoff positions for the Tiers still remain to be the same, the rewards offered have changed significantly for this event. With this event, an Event SR is rewarded beginning at Tier 3 (Top 14,800) while rewards incrementally increase as the Tiers increase. This would mean it becomes a lot easier for players to idolize the event SR. Nevertheless, the cutoffs at this point is too hard to call/predict so, we will have to wait a little while before we know how competitive this event will be. My gut feeling tells me we should be having a relatively slow and controlled event this time around. 

Hate it or love it, Score Ranking Reward is here and it is here to stay. The tiers on this one is slightly different with Tier 1 and 2 cutting off at 1200 and 3900th positions respectively. Fortunately, the rewards do not have too much of an effect on the game and serve more as consolation/complementary rewards rather than actual event goals. 

As the event name suggests, the event song is Puwa Puwa-O!, the Printemps single which is an incredibly cute and happy bubblegum pop track. Collect Mortar Board tokens via playing normal Lives and cash them in to play the Smile Event Song! What are you waiting for? Get playing!

Next time, we will be taking a look at the un-idolized SR Scholar Hanayo. Until then, thank you so much for reading and have yourself a wonderful day ahead!


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