Code Geass: Lost Stories Reroll Guide

Code Geass: Lost Stories official artwork.

Just started playing Code Geass: Lost Stories and didn’t get the character you wanted in your initial roll? Well, my Code Geass: Lost Stories reroll guide is here to help. In this guide, I’m going to detail all of the steps you can take to roll your character from scratch. That way, you aren’t stuck with a character you don’t want to use for the rest of the game.

Code Geass: Lost Stories is a mobile gacha game that takes place in the same universe as the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion series. It tells the story from a variety of different perspectives, include side stories and spin offs. You collect a wide variety of characters and send them out into strategic battles. You will recognise characters from the series.

Code Geass: Lost Stories is available right now on Google Play. We’ve also got a Code Geass: Lost Stories tier list, and a Code Geass: Lost Stories codes guide.

Code Geass: Lost Stories Reroll

Now, let’s take a look at the steps you can take to reroll in Code Geass: Lost Stories.

  • When you first log in choose Komoe Account
    • Don’t pick Apple or Google account as you are locked in then
  • Create a bunch of dummy Komoe Accounts by adding a bullet point in between the words of your email
  • Play through the tutorial and perform your first pull
  • Didn’t get the character you want? Repeat the steps but choose a different Komoe Account when you first log in

In a nutshell, that is how to perform a Code Geass: Lost Stories reroll. You can create as many Komoe Accounts as you need to reroll each time.

When Should I Reroll?

You may want to gather as much currency as you can to roll as many times as possible before rolling, and that definitely is a viable strategy. However, I recommend that you simply roll as soon as the tutorial ends and, if you don’t get the character you want, just roll again.

Why? Because it’s the fastest possible method. You get enough rewards from pre-registration to perform a bunch of rolls anyway, so why wait? Simply use them to roll, then move straight onto rerolling and repeat it till you get the character you want.

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