Grand Summoners’ Shuri

Players can obtain Shuri in Grand Summoners through the gacha system, however, since she is a five-star unit, obtaining her can be quite difficult.

Grand Summoners is a well-known role-playing game (RPG) with exciting and intuitive battles. The game launched worldwide in 2018, and it continues to attract RPG enthusiasts and beginners alike. The game pairs smooth two-dimensional (2D) anime-style graphics with hosts of colourful characters for players to collect.

Since the game is based on a gacha system, players need to roll to obtain characters. New players will have the opportunity to roll for free when they start playing the game. However, veteran players may have to purchase tokens with real-life money to roll for characters.

If players are unhappy with the characters they obtained, they are able to re-roll for a chance to get better characters. However, if players wish to re-roll, they will need to reset their game data. This means that players might need to uninstall and re-install the game, or create a new account.

The units in Grand Summoners are ranked by stars. Five-star characters are the rarest and usually the most sought-after, while one-star units are quite common and very easy to obtain. After obtaining a character, players will be able to progress through the main story and participate in battles.

While completing the main quests, players can also collect various resources and earn a lot of experience points (XP). If players obtain enough XPs, they will be able to move on to the next rank. It is important to note that each rank up will replenish the character’s energy. Players need the energy resources to participate in the in-game activities. However, this does not apply to new players.

Grand Summoners reduces the energy cost of the main story battles to zero for the first few days. Players will thus be able to save their energy for later in the game. While progressing through the main storyline, players will come across various side quests.

Even though the side quests are not mandatory, players can receive a variety of rewards, such as equipment for their units. It is also recommended that players maintain a balanced team of characters to complete the main storyline and the side quest.

Grand Summoners currently features over 100 characters that players can collect. The units are divided into five distinct categories based on their roles in combat. Players are thus able to obtain Healers, Breakers, Supporters, Attackers and Defenders.

The following table indicates the unit categories as well as a description of each category:

Category name Description
Attackers Attackers are expected to deal the most damage to the boss and enemy mobs. It is important to note that they do not have defensive skills and require protection from support allies.
Healers Healers are vital units as they keep the team alive. Even though they are not crucial in early game, they will be needed for higher level fights.
Support Support units boost the team’s offense and defence with buffs. They are also able to weaken and inflict effects on the enemies.
Breakers Breakers are very similar to Attackers. They are also able to deal a decent amount of damage to enemies.
Defenders Defenders have amazing defensive abilities, not only for themselves but for the entire party. They are crucial in the battles where the need for survival exceeds the desire for a rapid victory.


Shuri is the leader of a place called Yakuno Village. It is located in the Far East of the Grand Summoners world. She is able to complete any mission flawlessly, as she is one of the five-star units in the game that players can obtain through the gacha system. It is important to note that it can take some time to obtain her, as she is one of the rarest units.

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She takes on the role of an Attacker and forms part of the Dark element. Shuri’s maximum level is 70, however, players are able to evolve her into Awoken Shuri. When she has reached maximum level, she will have 5 920 health points (HP), 1 600 defence (DEF) points and 2 444 attack (ATK) points.

Shuri can be beneficial to any team due to her unique passive, Arts and active skills.

Shuri’s skills

The following table indicates Shuri’s active, Arts and passive skills, as well as a short description of each:

Name Description
Skill: Wolf’s Warth “Jukosho” This skill deals 2400 percent physical Dark damage to Shuri’s enemies. Additionally, it reduces the target’s Faint resistance by 30 percent for six seconds.
Arts: Starving Dragon “Rankiryu” Arts deal 14000 percent physical dark damage. It also has a high chance of inflicting faint on the enemy. Additionally, it increases the damage done to the enemy by 25 percent for 10 seconds. However, if the enemy faints because of this Arts, the damage dealt to the enemy will increase with another 25 percent.
Skill: Violet Volt When Shuri’s health goes down, her own Arts gauge will increase with three points.
Skill: Indomitable Fighting Spirit This skill increases Shuri’s freeze and paralyze resistance with 100 percent. It also prevents Shuri from getting knocked down by damage.
Skill: Eliminate This skill produces 30 percent more damage when the target’s health is below 30 percent.

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