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Important Notice
陸 This page is an incomplete list of all of the cards in the game, apologies for the inconvenience- please go to the characters card pages in the meantime which can be found on their page on the wiki by clicking Card.

Cards for the Idol Cadets can be found here.

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How To Get Cards
Limited Audition
This is an Excerpt from the Master Guide

This is what you'll see when you press the Audition button. This mechanic is what most people call Scouting / Gacha / Rolling / Draws / Etc.. Scouting is a way to get new cards via good ol' Random Number Generator- RNG for short.

There are a lot of terms that are used for this mechanic by different people, however the official term for this in IDOLiSH7 is Audition. They all mean the same thing however, this.

Buttons

  • SCTA Notice: SCTA stands for Specified Commercial Transaction Law. Can read more about it here, but basically it's just law stuff since cards are technically a product that you can buy with money- Stellar Stones are the premium currency of the game which you can buy with real money.
  • Gacha History: Self explanatory. You can view the cards you've gotten in past Scouts here. You can see the Date and Time of when you Scouted, how many Stellar Stones you used to Scout, and what you got from said Scout. Unfortunately, you can only see your 10 recent scouts here. Free Scouts are counted and so are Solo Scouts.
  • Gacha Rates: You can view the Rates of the Gacha here as well as to what's inside that selected Gacha. Regarding the rates, the gacha rates for each card are rounded down, so the total gacha rates for all cards may not add up to 100%. Each card is based individually on the draw rate. Therefore, a card with a 1% rate will not necessarily appear even after 100 draws.

Usually there are only three(3) tabs in the Audition Navigation

  • Scout Catalog
  • Rare Audition
  • Friend Point Audition

However, for certain periods of time there may be more than that. The different Audition tabs in the Audition Navigation could also be referred to as Banners, Boxes, Etc.

Scouting Options

Regular
  • Icon - Stellar Stone 10 Stellar Stones will Scout you one(1) card
    • You're guaranteed to get at least R rarity. It is possible to get a rarity higher than R- however it's unlikely.
      • This is also sometimes refereed to as Solo Scout, Solo, ect..
  • Icon - Stellar Stone 100 Stellar Stones will Scout you eleven(11) cards
    • You're guaranteed to get at least one(1) SR rarity card and R rarity cards or higher.
      • This is also sometimes refereed to as Group Scouts, 10+1, etc.
  • Icon - Gacha Ticket 5 Gacha Ticket will Scout you one(1) card
    • You're guaranteed to get SR rarity or higher.
      • This is also sometimes refereed to as Ticket Scout, Ticket, etc.
Regular Button An example of all three buttons
Discount
  • Icon - Stellar Stone 5 Stellar Stones will Scout you one(1) card
    • This is also sometimes refereed to as Solo Scout, Solo, ect..
  • Icon - Stellar Stone 50 Stellar Stones will Scout you eleven(11) cards
    • This is also sometimes refereed to as Group Scouts, 10+1, etc.
  • Icon - Gacha Ticket No discounts happen to Gacha Tickets.
    • This is also sometimes refereed to as Ticket Scout, Ticket, etc.

When Discount happens, the cost is cut in half. Anything else? No that's it, guaranteed stuff from Regular prices are applied to Discounts. Discount are a very easy way to earn Scout Points. More on Scout Points in the Scout Catalog collapsible.

Discount Button An example of a discount button

IDOLiSH7 doesn't have cards you can get by Ranking / getting Points in Events. Your only ways to get cards are from Gacha or Nanakores. More on Nanakores in the items tab.

Types of Auditions

Limited Audition
  • This is an example of a Non-Paid Limited Audition. All cards in this pool are the same as those in the Rare Audition pool, however they include the cards featured on the screen and those cards on the screen are on rate up.
  • In this audition, you can draw from a pool of Rares, Super Rare, Super Star Rare and Ultra Rare cards if they're part of the new set. Rates below. Can view the cards you're able to get on the Audition page by pressing the Permanent filter. Do assume that the cards featured on the screen are also able to get. The Idol Cadets you can get are on a separate page.
  • Normally new card sets are released in groups. Most limited sets come back in a form of Scout Catalog or Revival.
    • Except Ichiban Kuji sets. They're special in the way that they are solely limited, they only come back in the form of a Paid Gacha.

  • Gacha Rates (URs are not part of the New Set)
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • SSR > 5%
      • SR > 15%
      • R > 80%
    • Via Gacha Tickets
      • SSR > 20%
      • SR > 80%
  • Gacha Rates (URs are part of the New Set)
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • UR > 2%
      • SSR > 5%
      • SR > 15%
      • R > 78%
    • Via Gacha Tickets
      • UR > 3%
      • SSR > 20%
      • SR > 77%

Paid Limited Audition
  • This is an example of a Paid Limited Audition. All cards in this pool are the same as those in the Rare Audition pool, however they include the cards featured on the screen and those cards on the screen are on rate up.
  • Also you can only use Stellar Stones you have bought with actual Money- hence the Paid part.
  • You're guaranteed to get at least one(1) SSR rarity card and R rarity cards or higher.
  • Icon - Gacha Ticket Gacha Tickets are never an option for scouting. Paid Stellar Stones only.
  • There are a few ways to tell the difference between a Non-Paid Audition and a Paid Audition.
    • The Audition screen just looks prettier.
    • Paid Auditions usually only offer an option for Group Scouts, which is a big difference from Regular Auditions that allow you to either solo scout or do a full scout.
    • The Audition banner in the Audition Navigation, the Scouting button itself, the Audition screen on the top right corner, plus some other places, will either have 期間 or 有償 written on it.
      • 期間 = Non Paid Audition
      • 有償 = Paid Audition
  • In this audition, you can draw from a pool of Rares, Super Rare, Super Star Rare and Ultra Rare cards if they're part of the new set. Rates below. Can view the cards you're able to get on the Audition page by pressing the Permanent filter. Do assume that the cards featured on the screen are also able to get. The Idol Cadets you can get are on a separate page.
  • Normally, not all new cards sets will have a Paid Audition with them. Usually only new card sets that have any of the following; Gacha-able URs, is an Ichiban Kuji, etc..

  • Gacha Rates (URs are not part of the New Set)
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • SSR > 5%
      • SR > 15%
      • R > 80%
  • Gacha Rates (URs are part of the New Set)
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • UR > 2%
      • SSR > 5%
      • SR > 15%
      • R > 78%
    • The Guaranteed SSR rates
      • UR > 5%
      • SSR > 95%

Rare Audition
  • This is the normal audition pool, can scout here anytime you want.
  • In this audition, you can draw from a pool of Rares, Super Rare, and Super Star Rare cards. Rates below. Can view the cards you're able to get on the Audition page by pressing the Permanent filter. The Idol Cadets you can get are on a separate page.
  • Any Free audition that happen have the same pool of cards as in this audition.

  • Gacha Rates
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • SSR > 5%
      • SR > 15%
      • R > 80%
    • Via Gacha Tickets
      • SSR > 20%
      • SR > 80%

Friend Point Audition
  • This is the friend points audition pool, can scout here anytime you want.
  • In this audition, you can draw from a pool of Normal and Rare cards. Can view the cards you're able to get on the Audition page by pressing the Permanent and Rare filter. The Idol Cadets you can get are on a separate page.
    • Icon - Friend Point 100 Friend Points will Scout you one(1) card
    • Icon - Friend Point 1000 Friend Points will Scout you ten(10) cards
      • There is no difference in rarity rates in either scouting option. There are also no rarity guarantees either.
  • You're able to do one(1) free scout every day.
    • Hence the notification on this tab.

  • Is it worth doing the one(1) free scout?
    • Answer: Kinda. You're able to get R cards of any of the main 12 idols that can be idolized into SSRs in which you can sell for Scout Points depending if the level is at max(5 SP) or not(1 SP). And if you get an Idol Cadet, you can just sell them for Gold.
  • I have so many Friend Points!! Should I just spend them all or should I save??
    • Answer: Save is probably what you want to do. There has been one point in the past where it was possible to scout URs from the Friend Point Audition. Rates were extremely low, but it was possible.

Birthday Audition
  • This is an example of a Birthday Audition. The only cards that appear in this pool are certain past cards plus the new birthday card of that year of the featured character. Rates below.
    • So in this example, this is a screenshot from Yamato's 2019 Birthday Audition. Only his cards are in this pool and are available to scout.
  • Past Birthday cards cannot be scouted and are only available through getting it in the Scout Catalog during the duration of that featured characters birthday audition.
    • Birthday URs were introduced in 2019. As 2019 has not passed yet, we currently don't know how Birthday URs will come back.

  • Gacha Rates (URs Excluded)
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • SSR > 8%
      • SR > 42%
      • R > 50%
    • Via Gacha Tickets
      • SSR > 20%
      • SR > 80%
  • Gacha Rates (URs Included)
    •  ?

Revival Audition
  • This is an example of a Revival Audition. The only cards that appear in this pool are certain past cards. Rates below.
  • Do not happen often, only happens on special occasions.
    • New Years (around there)
    • Game Anniversary (August 20)
  • Icon - Gacha Ticket Gacha Tickets are never an option for scouting. Stellar Stones only.
  • Usually includes a Paid Audition variation. There are a few ways to tell the difference between a Non-Paid Audition and a Paid Audition.
    • The Audition screen just looks prettier.
    • Paid Auditions usually only offer an option for Group Scouts, which is a big difference from Regular Auditions that allow you to either solo scout or do a full scout.
    • The Audition banner in the Audition Navigation, the Scouting button itself, the Audition screen on the top right corner, plus some other places, will either have 期間 or 有償 written on it.
      • 期間 = Non Paid Audition
      • 有償 = Paid Audition

  • Gacha Rates (Non-Paid variation)
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • SSR > 20%
      • SR > 80%
  • Gacha Rates (Paid variation)
    • Includes Ichiban Kuji cards.
    • Via Stellar Stones
      • SSR > 20%
      • SR > 80%

Explanations to the Different Types of Cards

Permanent

  • Always available to scout
  • Always in revival and birthday auditions

Permanent cards are exactly what they sound like: they are permanently added into the auditions and can be scouted at any given time! Since they are always in the rare auditions, permanent cards also appear in all revival and birthday scouts!

Limited

  • Not available normally
  • Available in revival auditions
  • They do appear in birthday auditions under certain circumstances

Limited cards are also exactly what they sound like: they are limited sets added into the game and taken out as soon as their scouting period is over. There are much more limited sets than permanent ones (unfortunately) but the one thing they have in common is that they will always reappear eventually. In revival scouts, every limited set released so far will be in the pool! The only downside is that they won’t be separated like during their initial campaigns so every single set (including permanent cards) are mixed together, so there is a lower chance of getting a specific card.

Limited sets do appear in birthday auditions, but not every set does. In IDOLiSH7 birthday scouts, all limited sets will appear as long as they were released before December of the previous year (ie. in 2017, sets from Dec 2016 did not appear in I7 pools). It is confusing and we don’t know why they’re not added, but it tends to be like this. More cards eventually get added in TRIGGER and Re:vale birthday auditions.

Ichiban Kuji sets and birthday cards can be considered limited, but you’ll see why they’re more special if you keep reading below.

Birthday

  • Not available normally
  • Not available in revival auditions
  • Only available in birthday auditions

Birthday cards are special and unique in the sense that they only appear for a few days and then disappear until the next year. These cards are the focus of the birthday auditions they appear in and thus appear at a higher rate than other cards. They do not appear in revival auditions.

Birthday cards only appear once a year for around five days, so while they are not particularly strong they are very rare and limited. They come back the next year in the Scout Catalog, so if you’re aiming for a certain birthday card it might be beneficial to save up on SP early. Birthday URs were introduced in 2019. As 2019 has not passed yet, we currently don't know how Birthday URs will come back.

Ichiban Kuji

  • Not available normally
  • Only available in special revival auditions
  • Not available in birthday auditions

Ichiban Kuji (in short, Ichikuji) cards are also very, very special. Ichikuji cards are collaborations with the real life Ichiban Kuji sets that get sold in Japan. As a result, both the Ichikuji cards and the real life Ichikuji merchandise are meant to run around the same time. Because of this, it is known that Ichikuji sets usually are not offered again.

These sets do not appear in birthday auditions at all and do not appear in regular revival auditions. Ichikuji cards only come back in the form of a special revival auditions that require paid stellar stones. Like limited cards, the chances of getting the certain card you want is lower and won’t be offered in a Scout Catalog.

Collaborations

  • Not available normally
  • Not available in birthday auditions
  • Special

Collaborations are well, cards that the series has collabs with. As of the current moment, (September 22, 2019) no past collabs have come back in any shape or form. So, it's most likely a break it or make it kinda deal. Meaning, you have only one chance at getting it which is when the collab is going.

Other

  • Not available normally
  • Not available in revival auditions
  • Not available in birthday auditions

More special cards are usually preorder bonuses for CDs, albums, manga volumes, novel volumes, etc. They aren’t available after the code expiration date. They are not strong but are nice to have.

Scout Catalog
Scout Catalog

The Scout Catalog (スカウトカタログ) is a feature where if you gain enough Scout Points, you will be able to exchange your Scout Points for anything within the Scout Catalog at that time. In other words, you're guaranteed to get whichever card you wanted if you have enough Scout Points to get it. Scout Points don't expire.

  • The Scout Catalog is accessible at all times through the Audition tab. It will always be the banner located on the furthest left.
  • This mechanic is what most people call Sparking in other games.
    cough granblue fantasy cough

This feature was added in Ver 2.0.0.

How to obtain Scout Points (SP):

  1. Scout in the Rare Audition. No matter what rarity you get (R / SR / SSR / UR) or who you get, you will obtain 10 SP for each card you scout in the Rare Audition. A solo scout will reward you with 10 SP, while a 10+1 scout will award you with 110 SP.
    • If you want an SSR on pick up, which costs 1800 SP, it would take 17 full 10+1 scouts which gives 1870 SP (11∗10=110∗17=1870)
    • If you want an SSR not on pick up, which costs 2000 SP, it would take 19 full 10+1 scouts which gives 2090 SP (11∗10=110∗19=2090 )
  2. Selling SSR or URs. Do note, that the cards you're going to sell will be gone forever. So, be careful on which cards you pick. It doesn't matter if the card is fully special trained or not, only the level if it's at max level or not!
    • Selling a UR at max level will give you 30 Scout Points, if it's not at max level you will 10 Scout Points instead.
    • Selling a SSR at max level will give you 5 Scout Points, if it's not at max level you will 1 Scout Points instead.

You can't earn Scout Points through Free Scouts or Friend Point Audition.

Scout Catalog Navigation
Scout Catalog - Navigation
  • Pick Up (ピックアップあと): When the Scout Points needed to obtain a card is discounted. Since, this is only available for a certain amount of time- you can find the amount of days remaining under Pick Up (ピックアップあと). After the amount of time is over, a new set of cards will be available for Pick Up.
    • #日 = The card will leave pick up in # amount of days.
    • #ヶか月 = The card will leave pick up in # amount of months.
  • Remaining Exchanges (交換残り): Self-explanatory. This is the amount of times you can still get that card.
    • If you SP a card once, it'll be temporarily locked even though you still have exchanges left. You have to wait until the 4:00 (JST) to be able to exchange for another
    • In regards to Practice Puddings, the above doesn't apply. However you do have a limit of how many you can get per month, which is 15 for SR practice puddings and 30 for R practice puddings.

Pressing the Full Catalog (今月の全リストへ) button will show a screen like this

ScoutCatalog2

The list will show you what's currently in the Scout Catalog + the Scout Points needed to exchange for them. It also shows the cards that are available for Pick Up.

  • Sort Screen (Green Button, the top one)
Character Rarity
Amount of SP Needed to Exchange Base Attribute
  • Character Filter Screen (Pink)
Iori Izumi Yamato Nikaido Mitsuki Izumi Tamaki Yotsuba
Sogo Osaka Nagi Rokuya Riku Nanase Gaku Yaotome
Tenn Kujo Ryunosuke Tsunashi Momo Yuki
Haruka Isumi Toma Inumaru Minami Natsume Torao Mido
Other
  • Skill Filter Screen (Green Button, the bottom one)
Score Up Guard
X to Perfect Exchange
(Score decrease, Judgment area increase)
Exchange
(Score increase, Judgment area decrease)
ScoutCatalog3

Next Pick Up Announcement banner: Shows the next week's Pick Up cards! Cards available for Pick Up are only available for a certain amount of time and once that time period is over a new set of cards will be available. Pressing this banner will show you the cards that will be added to Pick Up.

History (履歴): This is the pink button right next to the Next Pick Up Announcement banner. Self explanatory. It allows you to look at when you've got something out of the Scout Catalog and the amount of Scout Points you used for it. This logs all of the things you've used the Scout Catalog for.

How to get a Card from the Scout Catalog

Press the scout button or just tap it in Full Catalog mode and it'll take you to this screen!

ScoutKatarogu
  • The button under the card will show you a screen of the card and its base stats
  • The blue button it'll take you back to the previous screen you were on.
  • The pink button will allow you to choose the card.
ScoutKatarogu1

This screen is just another confirmation saying this is the amount of SP you're losing, what you have left after the exchange and the card you're getting.

  • The blue button will take you back to the previous screen you were on.
  • The pink button will complete the exchange.
ScoutKatarogu2

The exchange is complete! If you want another copy of the card, you have to wait until 4:00 (JST) to get another if you have any exchanges left.

Members Interface
This is an Excerpt from the Master Guide, it's very long.
Members

This is what you'll see when you press the Member button.

  • This is your Main Unit, or what you set as your Main Unit.
  • This unit is what your friend see when they look at your profile, as shown earlier in the Friends section of the guide.
  • The Center Card of this team is what people will use as their Support Card before they enter Lives. It's also the card that'll appear on your home screen if you don't have anything specific set.
Card Interface
Card Interface

This is the standard card info image, which you can reach by selecting cards.

  • To select a card, hold the card at any point in the Member button. Can be from the Card List, Waiting Room, Selecting Teams, etc.

The Practice, Upgrade, Special Training, and Rabbit Notebook buttons at the top will let you be able to do those actions to the card you are viewing. View those sections of the guide on what to do in said section and what they are for.

  • These buttons cannot be pressed if you're viewing the card in the Waiting Room. Move the card to the Card List if you want to do any of these actions to get the card. More information on that is in the Waiting Room section of this guide.
Attribute

All cards can fall under one of these three attributes. These are represented with a color and a symbol. The attributes are Shout (red), Beat (green), and Melody (blue). The symbols are pictured below.

Shout (icon)Beat (icon)Melody (icon)
Animation

When you scout a card that has an animation, like the Wonderful Octave set, it will play an animation when the card shows up on the gacha screen.

Yamato Nikaido (Wonderful Octave) Animation
This is the animation for Yamato's Wonderful Octave UR.
It's .gif file, but currently there is no animation.

You can replay this animation by pressing this button. Do note that not all cards have an animation when you gacha for them.

  • When you press the button, a pop up will show up saying something along the lines of "Would you like to view the animation of this card?"
    • Blue Button means no.
    • Pink Button means yes.
  • If pink button is pressed, you will be prompted with a "would you like to download this animation" screen.
    • Blue Button means no.
    • Pink Button means yes.
  • It will then play the animation if pink button is pressed.
    • If you tap the screen while the animation is playing, a pop up saying "would you like to exit this animation?"
      • Blue Button means no.
      • Pink Button means yes.

You can play this animation as many times as you want.

Fave Lock

推しメン(o shi me n), or Favorite (Fave for short), lock is simply a button that lets you lock cards so that you don’t accidentally practice/sell/upgrade- in other words, so you don't accidentally get rid of them.

推しメン Lock
  • An unlocked card will show a blue button with an open lock.
  • A card that is locked will have a pink button, with the lock closed.
Set as Home Screen

By default, the Card on your Home Screen is the center of your Main Team, however you can change the Card on your Home Screen without changing the Center of your Main Team by pressing this button.

Home Screen Character0
  • Press the Set as Home button (HOMEに設定)
Home Screen Character1
  • A Pop-up will show up saying that the card on your Home Screen is going to be changed.
  • Blue button will Cancel the process and the Pink Button will Confirm your action.
Home Screen Character2
  • The Set as Home button will now be in pink until you press it again or do the same thing with a different card which it will go back to being blue.
Rarity

IDOLiSH7 has 5 rarities. In general order from weakest to strongest, they are:

Normal (N) → Rare (R) → Star Rare (SR) → Super Star Rare (SSR) → Ultra Rare (UR)

IDOLiSH7 allows cards to be upgraded from one rarity into the next. To do this, look at the Upgrading part of this guide. Do note that not all cards can be upgraded to a higher rarity. The rarity of the card also determines various aspects relating to level and training, which will be detailed in other collapsibles.

Trust (commonly called Affection)
CardAffection

Cards naturally gather affection (heart points) every time you use them in a live.

  • Center will receive two(2) points for every live completed
  • Cards that aren't your Center will receive one(1)
  • These numbers do not include the effects of badges/campaigns.

Affection doesn’t do anything to effect the stats; rather, raising affection allows you to unlock Rabbit Chats/TV.

  • Rabbit Chats are text messages between Tsumugi and the idol for that card.
  • Rabbit TVs are behind the scenes look at the idols of the card.
  • These usually deal with the scenario or background of the card, and also offer a lot of insight to the character and their relationship with others outside of the realm of the main story. More on those in the Rabbit Chat/TV section of this guide.
  • If the card doesn't have a Rabbit Chat/TV, this feature basically does nothing and is kinda useless.

A card with 100% affection will give you the reading of MAX on that card's heart- as it is at max affection. Otherwise, you will see a number percentage on the heart as shown above.

Rabbit Chats / Rabbit TV / Puchinana

What you see here depends on what kind of feature your card has. There's four type of feature a card can have, Rabbit Chats, Rabbit TV, Puchinana, and Brooch Skill.

Rabbit Chat Icon

Rabbit Chat Icon

Rabbit TV Icon

Rabbit TV Icon

Puchinana Icon

Puchinana Icon

Selecting any of these icons will give you that interface, a guide for each interface can be found below. Brooch Skills are very different from these so, those will be covered in another section of the guide.

Rabbit Chats Rabbit Chat Icon
Rabbit Chat

In order to view a chat, press anywhere on that chat's part title.

  • Chats not greyed out have been unlocked.
  • Chats with a Green Mark on the right side mean that chat hasn't been read yet.
  • Chats greyed out haven't been unlocked yet as that card hasn't met the requirements to unlocking it yet.
    • Requirement in order to unlock a Chat are the following;
      • Unlocked at 5% affection
      • Unlocked at 20% affection
      • Unlocked at 40% affection
      • Unlocked at 80% affection
      • Unlocked at both 100% affection and Level 55

Some cards, may have a slightly different requirements in order to unlock them. However these are the usual conditions.

Within Rabbit Chat Interface
Rabbit Chat 1

Once you picked a chat to view, you'll see a screen like this.

  • In order to start a chat, you'll have to press the Send (送信(そうしん)) button.
Rabbit Chat 2

Pressing the Full Screen button at the top will let you view the chat vertically, as if you were actually texting the character.

Rabbit Chat 3

Pressing the Gear at the top, will allow you to change the background of the chat.

Pressing Back will bring the chat back to the first screen before you full screened.

Rabbit Chat Background

These images weren't ripped out of the game, however they are screenshots from it. Feel free to use them however you wish, wiki credit isn't needed. Also, if you were wondering- the color for Tsumugi's wallpaper is #ffeafa.

Rabbit Chat - Tsumugi Wallpaper

Tsumugi Wallpaper

Rabbit Chat - IDOLiSH7 Wallpaper

IDOLiSH7 Wallpaper

Rabbit Chat - TRIGGER Wallpaper

TRIGGER Wallpaper

Rabbit Chat - Revale Wallpaper

Re:vale Wallpaper

How to Properly Download These Images: Click the image you want and you will get a zoom of the image. If you hover against the image, borders on the top and bottom will appear. On the top border you will see the file name of the image- right next to that has some text that says See full size image. Click that. That will open the image in that tab, so you might want to open it in another tab by right clicking and clicking open in a new tab. If you stare at the URL of the image, you will get something like the following

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/idolish7/images/d/de/Image_File_Name_Here.png
/revision/latest?cb=SomeNumbersHere

Delete everything on the URL after revision to make it something like

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/idolish7/images/d/de/Image_File_Name_Here.png

That's your image. This is the part where it's OK to save the image.

Rabbit TVs Rabbit TV Icon
Rabbit TV

In order to view a channel, press anywhere on that channel's part title.

  • Channels not greyed out have been unlocked.
  • Channels with a Green Mark on the right side mean that chat hasn't been read yet.
  • Channels greyed out haven't been unlocked yet as that card hasn't met the requirements to unlocking it yet.
    • Requirement in order to unlock a Channel are the following;
      • Unlocked at 15% affection
      • Unlocked at 50% affection
      • Unlocked at 100% affection and Level 55

Some cards, may have a slightly different requirements in order to unlock them. However these are the usual conditions.

Within Rabbit TV Interface
Rabbit TV 1

Once you picked a channel to view, you'll see a screen like this. This is the exact same UI used for when you're viewing stories.

  • Auto: the Rabbit TV will play automatically, without you having to tap the screen to progress.
  • Skip: Will allow you to skip through the channel.
  • Full: Allows you to see the screen without the dialogue box at the bottom
  • Log: Allows you to see past dialogues you've passed
  • Options: Story options. Allows you to change the volume of the Background Music and Voices if there are any present. Below that is the text speed, one(1) being the slowest and five(5) being the fastest. The default is three(3).
  • End: Will immediately end the channel. Pressing this will still be considered as clearing the channel.

On the last channel of some Rabbit TVs, there may be a horizontal CG of the card. Do note that not all Rabbit TVs will have a CG in them.

Puchinanas Puchinana Icon
Puchinana

Here you can view the Puchinana of the card! Do note, that pressing this will only show the Puchinana attached to the card.

  • You can view the Title, Attribute, Description, and Skill Level of the Puchinana here
    • What the Puchinana's Attribute and Skill Level do is still unknown.

Pressing the View in Rabbit Hall button will allow you to view the Puchinana in the Rabbit Hall interface. Which, is covered in detail in the Rabbit Hall section of this guide. Which can't be written because Rabbit Hall keeps crashing my phone.

Level

All cards (obviously) start at Level 1, but the Max Level is determined by the card’s rarity.

  • N: 30
  • R: 40
  • SR: 50
  • SSR: 60
  • UR: 70

The easiest way to strengthen your cards is by increasing the level. Gathering experience points to level your cards can be done in two ways.

  • The first is to simply put your card in a live. Cards acquire a fixed number of experience points per live based on the difficulty and your score grade.
  • The second is by Practicing your cards away, which requires extra cards you don’t need, and the gold necessary to feed them. You view more information on Practicing in the Practicing tab.
Card Stats

These numbers are used to help build teams, and are especially important during High Score Events (when ranking is based on cumulative high score). Though a card can only be one attribute, the stats are spread out through all three attributes. The stat matching the attribute of the card is usually the strongest without special training, and definitely will be the strongest with special training.

These stats are additive, so to figure out the stats of your team all you need to do is add all the Shout stats, all the Beat stats, and all the Melody stats to get your three numbers. As attributes change in lives (indicated via the background changing colors), the game will switch to using the appropriate attribute stat to calculate your score (using some kind of magic math formula nobody's figured out yet / no one has shared with the class yet).

Special Training

The bane of most players' existence, but hands down the most important way to strengthen your cards. A more in-depth guide on Special Training can be found in the Special Training collapsible, but here are the basics.

  • Special training only increases the stat matching your card's attribute. So putting a Shout card through special training will only increase the Shout stat of the card.
  • If you want Character Tokens, you can do lessons on any of the attribute days. Even if you use a Shout center on Beat Lesson Day, your character tokens will still drop. Only Character Tokens of your Center will drop.
    • Easiest way to get Character Tokens are from Events that have a Clearing House. Where you have to exchange items you get from the Event Songs to get whatever item you need. You can pick what you exchange for.
  • If you want Attribute Tokens, you must do lessons during the appropriate lesson day. Even if you have a Shout center on a Beat Lesson Day, only Beat attribute tokens will drop.
    • Easiest way to get Attribute Tokens are from Events that have a Clearing House. Where you have to exchange items you get from the Event Songs to get whatever item you need. You can pick what you exchange for.
  • If you care about High Stats or i7 Meta, you probably only want to Special Train any Pure SSR / Any UR cards you get because those are usually really strong.
  • Most cards increase by 200 points in their matching attribute for every special training slot filled. URs increase by 250 points.
  • Special Training requires gold. If you don’t have enough, you cannot special train.
SpecialTraining01

As you train a card, the slots in this area will fill up.

  • Slots that are filled with the attribute symbol have been trained
  • Slots that have a greyed out attribute symbols can still be trained
  • If there are any blank spots, that means you can't special train to get those at all.

All cards N through SSR use their attribute tokens plus their character tokens in special training. UR cards, however, use another item, Idol Souls. Currently these are only given out in events.

SpecialTraining02

10 of them are required for each special training slot in addition to the usual number of other tokens. Since URs have 6 slots, this means that to fully special train a UR, you need

  • Attribute Souls: 54 1* Souls, 30 2* Souls, 6 3* Souls
  • Character Tokens: 30 Bronze Tokens, 19 Silver Tokens, 12 Gold Tokens
  • Idol Souls: 60 Idol Souls
Efficacy

This message shows up on certain cards only during events. If a gacha and event happen at the same time, odds are the cards added to the gacha will be helpful in some way during the event.

Cards with Efficacy always have the details written here, and you can assume that they will give some kind of boost to the event. Score, Items, Points, etc.

Card Efficacy
Center Skills

Center Skills have a chance of activating at the beginning of each live. As the title implies, only the center of your team (plus your support) will have a chance at activating these skills, so it’s important to place the card with the strongest Center Skill at the center of your team.

Center Skills all focus on giving a boost to the matching attribute of your center card. Putting a Shout card in the center will potentially give a boost to your Shout stats, and only your Shout stats. The various skills were introduced in waves, but the important things to look for are the percent and the scale word.

  • The percentage indicates the chance it has of activating. If your center flashes on your screen before the notes start streaming, congrats! Your Center Skill has activated.
  • The scale word indicates how powerful this boost is, usually in the form of [word]UP. Usually, cards with a 100% chance of activating also tend to have the strongest scale word, but in order from least to most strong, these words are the following.
    • 大きく
    • やや
    • かなり

If you want to find out the Center Skill of a card, you can find it on that card's page!

Appeal Skills

Appeal Skills activate periodically throughout the live; this is what's happening when the cards flash on the upper side of screen. If you want to find out the Appeal Skill of a card, you can find it on that card's page! Anyways, they come in four broad categories.

  • Lockers
    • Lockers are cards that, for a fixed period of time, change certain notes to Perfects. There are two kinds of Lockers.
      • One where it turns Bads and Goods into Perfects, these are indicated with a blue timer during lives.
      • And another where it turns Misses, Bads and Good into Perfects, these are indicated with a purple/magenta timer during lives.
  • Score Up
    • Score Up cards increase your base score for one tap after certain conditions are met. The score will go up in the next available note you tap, and only on that note.
  • Guard
    • These have a chance of activating at the beginning of a live and give you a fixed number of chances to turn Misses into Good or Perfects.
  • Exchange
    • Exchange cards come in two varieties.
      • One where the judgement area / hit box increases in exchange for decreasing your score
      • And another where the judgement area / hit box decreases in exchange for increasing your score

All of these Appeal Skills have skill levels that you can increase. Max level for a Skill Level depends on the rarity.

  • N and Rs straight up don't have Appeal Skills
  • SRs Max Appeal Skill Level is 3
  • SSRs Max Appeal Skill Level is 4
  • URs Max Appeal Skill Level is 5

You can raise the Appeal Skill level by doing any of the following ways.

  • Upgrading a card. The skill level of any card above SR that's been Upgraded automatically puts the resulting card at Skill Level 2.
  • Practicing identical cards together. These give a fixed amount of experience based on the card's rarity.
  • Using the SSR King Pudding that looks like a statue. These are really hard to come by, usually obtained via ranking in events.
Brooch Skills

Idol Brooch is a card-exclusive skill that act similar to the Center/Appeal Skills. Currently, there are two conditions in which these skills activate.

  • If said card activates its Appeal Skill during a live of a particular song, the effect of this card's Brooch will activate
  • If said card is put in the same team as cards of the same character and the same element, the effect of this card's Brooch will activate

Card Sets that have Brooch Skills are the following. Last updated: August 26, 2019.

Other Card Views

There are plenty of other places and ways to see your cards, and they all have various bits of information as well

The Card Gallery
Card Gallery

The Card Gallery at a glance allows you to see all the cards in the game.

  • If the cards are colored, that means you personally own them now or have owned them at some point.
  • If the cards are greyed out, that means you don't own them and have used them at one point in time as a Support Card for a live.
  • A blank slot means you haven't found that card yet or there's nothing there.
Card Gallery 01

By choosing a card from the card gallery, you get a similar screen to the one you get by going to your card collection.

All cards in the card gallery default to showing their base stats at Level 1. However, if you have a card completely leveled up and completely trained, you can press the arrow button right next to the level to show the card's max stats.

Card Gallery 02

This option is only available on cards you have previously maxed out; the button is otherwise greyed out.

Card Gallery 03
Members Tab
Members

When you go to your members tab, you see your Main Unit first.

You’re also given some basic information about your cards on this screen:

  • Efficacy (the flashing star)
  • Card Attribute (the colored banner)
  • Card Level
  • Card Rarity
  • If it's Fully Special Trained or not
    • A little less obvious than the others, but if you fully special train a card, the border will change into a much fancier border!
Small Card View
Small Card View
....This wasn't intentional. It has all of the writer's favorite characters.

When you go into your Card List or Waiting Room, you’ll see these smaller cards. From this screen, you can see:

  • Card Level
  • Card Attribute (the colored border)
  • Card Rarity
  • Efficacy Efficacy Icon
  • Fave Lock Fave Lock Icon
  • On your home screen Home Screen Icon
  • Whether the card feature is
    • Rabbit Chats Rabbit Chat Icon
    • Rabbit TVs Rabbit TV Icon
  • On a team (the pink banner) Team Banner
    • When in your Card List, every card in all of your units will have the pink banner. If you’re trying to change out a card for one of your specific units and go into the card select screen, only the cards in the unit you are currently editing will have the banner.
Teams
Teams

This is what you'll see when you press the Team button.

  • If you tap a card on this screen, you will be able to change that card with another card in your Card List.
  • If you hold a card on this screen, you will be able to view that cards information- Stats, Appeal Skill, Center Skill, etc. This interface is translated in another section.
  • Also yes it is possible to have a full team of one card of the same character and the same character on one team.

As of Version 4.0.0, the amount of units you are allowed to have, have increased to tenn(10) from five(5). You cannot increase this number in any way.

Stuff at the top

  • Main / Set as Main
    • If this button is pink, that means that unit is selected as your main unit. If this button is blue, that means you can make that team your main unit. You can only have on Main Unit at a time.
      • So to change your main unit, you have to go to a different team slot that's not your main unit and select that button where the button will be blue.
  • Unit Name Change
    • Self-explanatory. Pressing this button will allow you to change the name of that unit. Do keep in mind that there is a 15 character limit.
      • Also, nobody will be able to view the name of your unit
      • It's helpful to keep note of what you name your units as you can use this information to get your account back in the case if something happens to it.
  • The Yellow Number Right Next to Attribute Stat
    • That's the added bonus from Rabbit Note and any Brooch Skills your unit has
    • Can also see that in full by pressing the i button
  • The i Button Right Above the Panorama button
    • Pretty sure that i stands for Information.
    • This button will allow you to view the Rabbit Notes stats of all of the characters present on the unit and the information of any Brooch Skills if any of the cards on that team have a Brooch Skill

Stuff at the bottom

  • Select Members
  • Auto Select Members
    • This button will automatically select your five strongest Shout, Beat, and Melody cards from the cards in your Card List- Stat wise. Higher number = Good.
  • Reset
    • Self-explanatory. This will delete the Unit you have selected. It takes off all of the current cards on that team.
      • Do note that you won't be able to delete a unit if you have made that unit your Main Unit.
Practicing
Practicing

The Practice button is used to level up your cards with other cards.

  • When you press it, you'll be taken to your Card List, pick the card you want to level up.
  • Once you pick a card you want to level up, pick the cards you want to use to "feed" your main card by pressing any of the plus signs. You're only able to use a maximum of twenty(20) cards per "feed".
    • If you use a duplicate(s) of any of the cards in that idolization line, the Main Card's Appeal Skill Experience will go up.
    • If you use cards of the same attribute of the card you're leveling up, the experience gained will be higher than chosen cards that aren't the same attribute. So, it's recommended to choose cards of the same attribute as the one you're leveling up.
    • If you have any puddings, you can view the amount of puddings you own by going into the pudding tab when you pick cards you want to level up, those are Experience cards. In other words, Max Leveling™ really fast. You can get these in a variety of ways, but the main way is from Events.
      • If you ever obtain the SSR King Pudding that looks like a statue, save it. If used, the Main Card's Appeal Skill Experience will go up. These are really hard to come by, usually obtained via ranking in events. They're basically the only way to level up a card's appeal skill besides obtaining multiple copies of said card.
  • On the right column of this screen where you are choosing cards to feed you will see three square, two of them are your good ol' pink and blue buttons and a green square.
    • Green Square tells you how much Experience the card you're going to level up is going to get from the cards you've chosen.
    • Pink button will reset the choices you've chosen.
    • Blue button will confirm your choices if you've chosen anything. If you haven't chosen anything it'll take you back to the previous screen where you choose a card to level up.
  • So, once you've chosen which cards you want to use as leveling cards to level up your main card, press the blue button.
  • Those plus signs from earlier will now be filled with the cards you have chosen to feed. Above the card you want to level up you will see a square. This square tells you the level your card is going to be at on Base Success and how much experience it will take to level up to the next level.
  • This process requires some amount of gold, so you will want to have met that required amount of gold.
  • Also do note, that the cards you're going to use to level up the main card will be gone forever. So be careful on which cards you pick.
  • Press the Pink button in the middle and your card you wanted to level up will be leveled up!
    • Most of the time you'll get "Base Success" which is normal. But occasionally you'll get a "Great Success" or a "Brilliant Success" which raises the amount of Experience the card gets. "Great Success" will give 1.5 times more than base and "Brilliant Success" will give 2.0 times more than base.
      • Why is there a Pudding on this button? it means the rate for Great Success and Brilliant Success are raised.
Idolizing / Upgrading
Idolizing

In this button, you're able to change the rarity of a card by upgrading it! Here are the current rarities from lowest to highest.

Normal (N) → Rare (R) → Star Rare (SR) → Super Star Rare (SSR) → Ultra Rare (UR)

The requirements to upgrade any cards from N to SSR are the following

  • One exact duplicate of said card
    • The cards don't need to be the same level
  • Gold
    • Amount varies on rarity you're upgrading to

If you're able to, it's recommended that you idolize your cards when they're both at level 1 with no special training done to any of them. URs are an exception to that special training part. The reason for this is because once you upgrade a card, the card's level will go back to being at level 1.

If you met the above requirements, here's how you idolize cards from N to SSR.

  • When you press the Upgrade button, you'll be taken to your Card List, pick the card that you want to upgrade and have a second copy of.
  • Once there, you will be given a screen of the card you're about to idolize and the duplicates of said card.
  • Pick your other duplicate card
    • Do note, that the cards you're going to use to idolize your main card will disappear as it has been used. So be careful on which cards you pick.
    • If you're unable to pick the duplicate, it's because of one of two reasons. 1) The card is Favorited. Unfavorited it. or 2) The card is in a team. Take the card off that team.
  • Press the Pink button in the middle and your card you wanted to idolize will be idolized!
How to Idolize SSRs to URs / UR Information

URs were implemented into IDOLiSH7 in Version 2.0.0, the one year anniversary update on August 24, 2016.

For the sake of this guide, there are going to be two categories of URs. Those that can be scouted with the normal rates being 2% if they are even available to scout. And those that you have to idolize in order to get. The ones where you idolize in order to get cannot be scouted- only their lower rarity version can be scouted.

The following URs are only available though scouting

Last updated: August 25, 2019

The following URs are only available though idolizing

Last updated: August 25, 2019

URs can be idolized from two copies of SSRs. Unlike the regular method of idolizing, idolizing SSRs into URs have more requirements.

  • Must have two copies of the SSR card
  • One card needs to be fully special trained
  • Must obtain 50 Attribute Hearts that matches the attribute of your SSR
  • Must obtain Idol Hearts. 7 Idol Hearts are needed to awaken.
  • 20,000 Gold
SpecialTraing

First off, only one copy needs to be fully special trained. All Special Training slots of the card must be filled up completely. If you don’t know how many tokens it takes to fully train an SSR,

  • R-based SSRs (R > SR > SSR) = 6 bronze tokens
  • SR-based SSRs (SR > SSR) = 18 bronze tokens, 12 silver tokens
  • Pure SSRs (SSR only) = 45 bronze tokens, 27 silver tokens, 18 gold tokens

No copies need to be at max level in order to idolize.

Second off, your other copy that's not special trained, must not be in a team, and it must not be locked. If you don’t have a second copy, you will either have to spend SP for it (during Pick-Up, the cost is 1800 SP; if not, the cost is 2000 SP) or get lucky when you scout in the Rare Audition with rate ups.

Having a fully trained card + a second copy of the same SSR will allow you to idolize, but not before you obtain the necessary "hearts".

IdolizingURHearts

In this example, Sogo Osaka (Outdoor Festival) is a Beat card, so in order to idolize him into a UR, you must obtain 50 Beat Hearts and 7 Idol hearts.

"Attribute Hearts" are exactly what they sound: heart-like jewels that have to match with the attribute of your card. They are similar to the "souls" in special training. They look like theses!

  • Shout Heart: ShoutHeart
  • Beat Heart: BeatHeart
  • Melody Heart: MelodyHeart

"Idol Hearts" are the other item needed to idolize an SSR. Idol Hearts can be used for any idol and are not character specific. However, they are much rarer compared to the Attribute Hearts. 7 Idol Hearts are needed to idolize an SSR. It looks like this!

  • Idol Hearts: Idol Heart

Currently as of August 25, 2019, the only way to obtain Attribute and Idol Hearts is to obtain from events through Clearing House or Point Reward.

Once you idolize your cards into a UR, the Home Screen will change into a set background exclusive to that UR if you have the Automatic Background Selection (背景自動選択) background set. There will also be nice sparkles on the UR icon when it appears in your member list or on your friend list. Also you gain some amount of bragging rights. The process is very well worth it!

Special Training
SpecialTraing

Once you unlock chapter 8 in the main story, not only can you start playing the daily lessons but you can start special training your cards! This means that you can essentially train your card’s main attribute stat past its level 60 max! For example, Sogo Osaka (Outdoor Festival) has a max Beat stat of 4,723 at level 60. However, with special training you can add 1,800 to that Beat attribute and actually raise it to 6,523!

However, how much you’re able to special train a card depends on its BASE RARITY.

  • Cards with an R base (R > SR > SSR) only have three slots
    • 6 bronze tokens
  • Cards with an SR bases (SR > SSR), have six slots
    • 18 bronze tokens, 12 silver tokens
  • Pure SSRs (SSR Only) have the full nine slots.
    • 45 bronze tokens, 27 silver tokens, 18 gold tokens
How to obtain Souls and Tokens

You can get these a few ways

  • One way is to do it via Daily Lessons button found on the home screen. Can view a guide on that in full detail in the Home Screen section of this guide.
  • The other way is to gain them through events as point rewards, clearing prizes and ranking rewards.

For this guide, we'll be using Daily Lessons as that is open at all times. Here is The schedule for daily lessons:

  • Monday - Friend Lessons (Increased Friend Points)
  • Tuesday - Shout Lessons (Increased chances of getting Shout attribute souls)
  • Wednesday - Melody Lessons (Increased chances of getting Melody attribute souls)
  • Thursday - Beat Lessons (Increased chances of getting Beat attribute souls)
  • Friday - Stamina Lessons (Increased EXP earned)
  • Saturday - Gold Lessons (Increased Gold drop
  • Sunday - Special Lessons (Everything above, but you get to choose. They are in the same order as the days which means the first one you see is for Friend Lessons and so on)

I’ve underlined plus bolded the ones you need to remember for Special Training! This is because not only do attribute souls drop but character tokens too!

Character tokens are slightly different as they have the music symbol of that character on them. The information for everyone's music symbols are found on their specific character pages! You will only earn tokens for the character you have as your center!! Meaning that if you play a song with a team (any team, it does not have to be your main team) that has a Yamato center then you will have a chance to earn ONLY sharp (♯) tokens. The types of tokens are dependent on the difficulty level for the song you play:

  • Easy/Normal: Bronze tokens
  • Hard: Silver and Bronze tokens
  • Expert: Gold, Silver, and Bronze tokens
SpecialTrainingLive

Like so! Sadly, character tokens are not always guaranteed. There’s been a lot of theories, speculations, and jinxes about how to increase the drop rate of the character tokens, but so far nothing has been confirmed and everything is all lucked based.

How to Special Train Your Cards
SpecialTraing
  • Press the green button on the member page, in the guide it's title Special Training
  • Pick the card you want to special train, this page will only show the cards in your Card List.
  • Make sure you meet the requirements for at least one level
  • Press the pink button in the middle
  • Congratulations you have successfully special trained a card by one level!
    • If you fully special train a card, the border will change as shown above!
Locked Thing That Says ブロー

It's locked, I don't know what it is www. Maybe something related to Brooch(ブローチ) feature on cards? Like leveling up that skill? That'd make those URs more overpowered than they already are www. Anyways, this section of the guide will be updated whenever that gets unlocked.

Rabbit Notebook

The Rabbit Notebook (Rabbit Note for short) is a feature introduced in Version 3.0.0 that allows players to slightly increase the stats of individual characters and unlock character themed items, such as a Home Screen wallpaper.

Rabbit Notebook 01

This is what you'll see when you press the Member button.

  • Drag the Character section up and down to view more characters
  • Tap on a character to view their Rabbit Note status.
  • Press Lesson Start(レッスンをはじめる) to go to the character selected's notebook entry.
Rabbit Notebook 02

Here, you'll be able to see an overview of the full lesson, including what stat boosts or items you can get.

  • Drag your finger across the screen starting from the right and ending on the left to see future lessons.
    • Eventually, you will run across an arrow that says "Coming Soon" leading into the next lesson. This means, Rabbit Note will be updated with new nodes periodically. Schedule of when is not given.
  • Pressing the (i) symbol will give you a total of all the stat boosts you get from Rabbit Note of that character.
Rabbit Notebook 03
  • Selecting a node...
    • ...You have already unlocked will give you the requirements for unlocking the node and a Kinako Stamp signaling you've already unlocked it.
    • ...You haven't unlocked will give you the requirements for unlocking the node and a button to unlock it. You can either fufill the requirements for unlocking it, or use 10 Stellar Stones to instantly unlock it.
      • You won't be able to use Stellar Stones for nodes at the end of something like a branch or the last node in the lesson.
      • If a requirement is greyed out, it means you haven't fulfilled the required amount of that item.

And that's all that happens in this screen.

As long as you've unlocked at least one node in a character's note book entry and said character is in any position on your unit, the stats boost you've gotten from Rabbit Note will be applied to your unit. You can view the bonuses being applied by pressing the i symbol of that unit.

  • Having multiple cards of the same character in a unit will not effect the stat bonus. It is only applied once to your Unit.
  • If you train another character and add that character onto your unit, their rabbit note boost will be applied.
  • So basically, If I have two Yamato cards on a unit- it will only apply Yamato's Rabbit Note bonus once. But if I have Yamato and another character that's not Yamato on a unit, it will apply Yamato and that other character Rabbit Note bonus once.
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Card List / Selling Cards
Card List

This is what you'll see when you press the Card List button.

  • Self explanatory, it's a list of all of the cards you own.
  • This is where all cards you get from Gacha, Scout Catalog, Nanakores, and etc. go.
  • Cards have to be here in order to do anything really.
  • Can increase Max Member space using three(3) Stellar Stones for three space.
  • Pudding Tab has no limit as of Version 3.6.0.
    • Background context: Before Version 3.6.0, Puddings were in the Idol Tab. There was no separate Pudding Tab like there is now. They shared and took up space in the Idol Tab. Fun part is that you were able put them on your team and home screen. If you still own Puddings from before Version 3.6.0 and haven't used any of them, where they're now treated as items, you're still able to put them on your team and home screen. However if used they will disappear.

To send a card to the Waiting Room / Card List

  • Press orange button. This is labeled as "Send to Waiting Room" on the Card List screen or "Send to Card List" on the Waiting Room screen in the Master Guide
  • Select the cards you want to send to either of the places.
    • You can only send 100 cards at a time both ways.
  • On the right column of this screen where you are choosing cards to sell you will see two square, both of them are your good ol' pink and blue buttons.
    • Pink button will reset the choices you've chosen.
    • Blue button will confirm your choices if you've chosen anything. If you haven't chosen anything it'll tell you to choose stuff.
  • So, once you've chosen which cards you want to move, press the blue button.
  • You'll be prompted with a window saying "the following cards are going to be moved to XXX, you ok with it?". Pink button means yes and blue button means no.
  • Pressing the pink button will send your cards to wherever you wanted to send it and the blue button will take you back to the selecting cards to move screen.
Selling Cards

If you wanted to sell a card, press the sell button.

  • You cannot sell cards in teams or that are favorite locked.
  • You can only sell 50 cards at a time.
  • What you get from a card after selling varies on rarity and if it's at max leveled or not.
    • Selling a UR at max level will give you
      • 42,900 Gold
      • 30 Scout Points
    • Selling a UR not at max level will give you
      • 1,500 Gold
      • 10 Scout Points
    • Selling a SSR at max level will give you
      • 24,600 Gold
      • 5 Scout Points
    • Selling a SSR not at max level will give you
      • 1,000 Gold
      • 1 Scout Points
    • Selling a SR at max level will give you
      • 12,360 Gold
    • Selling a SR not at max level will give you
      • 600 Gold
    • Selling a R at max level will give you
      • 4,980 Gold
    • Selling a R not at max level will give you
      • 300 Gold
    • Selling a N at max level will give you
      • 1,260 Gold
    • Selling a N not at max level will give you
      • 100 Gold
  • On the right column of this screen where you are choosing cards to sell you will see three square, two of them are your good ol' pink and blue buttons and a green square.
    • Green Square tells you how much gold you're going to get from the cards you've chosen.
    • Pink button will reset the choices you've chosen.
    • Blue button will confirm your choices if you've chosen anything. If you haven't chosen anything it'll tell you to choose stuff.
  • Also do note, that the cards you're going to sell will be gone forever. So be careful on which cards you pick.
  • So, once you've chosen which cards you want to sell, press the blue button.
  • If you're selling an SR or higher rarity, you'll be given a screen basically saying "Hold up! You're going to be selling cards SR or higher rarity, you sure you want to do that?" Pink button means yes and blue button means no.
  • If you pressed pink, you will be given a screen that tells you how many cards you're going to sell, the amount of gold you're going to be given, and the amount of sp if you're selling any SSRs or URs.
  • Pressing the pink button will sell the cards and the blue button will take you back to the selecting cards to sell screen.
Waiting Room

Waiting Room is a feature added in the Version 3.2.0 Update.

Waiting Room

This is what you'll see when you press the Waiting Room button.

  • Self explanatory, it's a list of all of the cards you own. Except unlike the Card List, this is essentially a storage for cards.
  • Cards in the Waiting Room cannot be:
    • Put into a Unit
    • Practiced
    • Upgraded / Idolized
    • Special Trained
    • Set to the Home Screen
  • Can increase Max Member space using three(3) Stellar Stones for three space.

To send a card to the Waiting Room / Card List

  • Press orange button. This is labeled as "Send to Waiting Room" on the Card List screen or "Send to Card List" on the Waiting Room screen in the Master Guide
  • Select the cards you want to send to either of the places.
    • You can only send 100 cards at a time both ways.
  • On the right column of this screen where you are choosing cards to sell you will see two square, both of them are your good ol' pink and blue buttons.
    • Pink button will reset the choices you've chosen.
    • Blue button will confirm your choices if you've chosen anything. If you haven't chosen anything it'll tell you to choose stuff.
  • So, once you've chosen which cards you want to move, press the blue button.
  • You'll be prompted with a window saying "the following cards are going to be moved to XXX, you ok with it?". Pink button means yes and blue button means no.
  • Pressing the pink button will send your cards to wherever you wanted to send it and the blue button will take you back to the selecting cards to move screen.
Riku Nanase (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yamato Nikaido (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Iori Izumi (Hatsukoi Rhythm) Borderless
Iori Izumi
Hatsukoi Rhythm

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

ZOOL (Until This Voice Goes Hoarse) Borderless
Special
Until This Voice Goes Hoarse

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Brooch Icon

IDOLiSH7 (Greatest Last Scene) Borderless
Special
Greatest Last Scene

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Brooch Icon

Iori Izumi (Joker Flag 2) Borderless
Iori Izumi
Joker Flag

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Rabbit Chat Icon

ZOOL (Happy New Year 2020) Borderless
Special
Happy New Year 2020

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Brooch Icon

Revale (Happy New Year 2020) Borderless
Special
Happy New Year 2020

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Brooch Icon

TRIGGER (Happy New Year 2020) Borderless
Special
Happy New Year 2020

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Brooch Icon

IDOLiSH7 (Happy New Year 2020) Borderless
Special
Happy New Year 2020

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Brooch Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Treasure!) Borderless

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tenn Kujo (Treasure!) Borderless
Tenn Kujo
Treasure!

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Gaku Yaotome (Treasure!) Borderless
Gaku Yaotome
Treasure!

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yuki (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Yuki
Wonderful Octave

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Yuki (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Yuki
Twelve Hits!

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Torao Mido (Bang!Bang!Bang!) Borderless
Torao Mido
Bang!Bang!Bang!

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Minami Natsume (Bang!Bang!Bang!) Borderless
Minami Natsume
Bang!Bang!Bang!

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Toma Inumaru (Bang!Bang!Bang!) Borderless
Toma Inumaru
Bang!Bang!Bang!

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Haruka Isumi (Bang!Bang!Bang!) Borderless
Haruka Isumi
Bang!Bang!Bang!

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Riku Nanase (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Mr.AFFECTiON

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
Mr.AFFECTiON

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Mr.AFFECTiON

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
Mr.AFFECTiON

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
Mr.AFFECTiON

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yamato Nikaido (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
Mr.AFFECTiON

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Iori Izumi (Mr AFFECTiON) Borderless
Iori Izumi
Mr.AFFECTiON

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Haruka Isumi (Labyrinth) Borderless
Haruka Isumi
Labyrinth

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Nagi Rokuya (My Friend) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
My Friend

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (My Friend) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
My Friend

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Yamato Nikaido (My Friend) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Toma Inumaru (Endless) Borderless

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Torao Mido (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Torao Mido
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Minami Natsume (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Minami Natsume
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Toma Inumaru (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Toma Inumaru
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Haruka Isumi (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Haruka Isumi
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yuki (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Yuki
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Momo (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Momo
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Ryunosuke Tsunashi
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tenn Kujo (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Tenn Kujo
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Gaku Yaotome (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Gaku Yaotome
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Riku Nanase (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yamato Nikaido (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Iori Izumi (Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri) Borderless
Iori Izumi
Ayakashi Mangekyo Karatogaokuri

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Momo (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Momo
Wonderful Octave

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Momo (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Momo
Twelve Hits!

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Sogo Osaka (BROADWAY) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
BROADWAY

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (BROADWAY) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Sogo Osaka (Forever Note) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Forever Note

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (Forever Note) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
Forever Note

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Riku Nanase (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Riku Nanase
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yamato Nikaido (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Iori Izumi (DUSK TiLL DAWN) Borderless
Iori Izumi
DUSK TiLL DAWN

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Ryunosuke Tsunashi
Wonderful Octave

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Ryunosuke Tsunashi
Twelve Hits!

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Momo (BROADWAY) Borderless
Momo
BROADWAY

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Riku Nanase (BROADWAY) Borderless
Riku Nanase
BROADWAY

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Riku Nanase (Kaiketsu Mystery) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Kaiketsu Mystery

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Iori Izumi (Kaiketsu Mystery) Borderless
Iori Izumi
Kaiketsu Mystery

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Ryunosuke Tsunashi
Anniversary 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Tenn Kujo (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Tenn Kujo
Anniversary 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Gaku Yaotome (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Gaku Yaotome
Anniversary 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Gaku Yaotome (BROADWAY) Borderless
Gaku Yaotome
BROADWAY

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Iori Izumi (BROADWAY) Borderless
Iori Izumi
BROADWAY

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Torao Mido (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Torao Mido
Anniversary 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Minami Natsume (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Minami Natsume
Anniversary 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Toma Inumaru (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Toma Inumaru
Anniversary 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Haruka Isumi (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Haruka Isumi
Anniversary 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Riku & Momo (ShuffleTalk 2019) Borderless
Riku Nanase
ShuffleTalk 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Nagi & Yuki (ShuffleTalk 2019) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
ShuffleTalk 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Sogo & Tenn (ShuffleTalk 2019) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
ShuffleTalk 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Tamaki & Gaku (ShuffleTalk 2019) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
ShuffleTalk 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Yamato & Ryunosuke (ShuffleTalk 2019) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
ShuffleTalk 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Iori & Mitsuki (ShuffleTalk 2019) Borderless
Iori Izumi
ShuffleTalk 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Gaku Yaotome (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Gaku Yaotome
Wonderful Octave

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Gaku Yaotome (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Gaku Yaotome
Twelve Hits!

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (BROADWAY) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (BROADWAY) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Torao Mido (REUNION) Borderless
Torao Mido
REUNION

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Minami Natsume (REUNION) Borderless

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Toma Inumaru (REUNION) Borderless

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Haruka Isumi (REUNION) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yuki (REUNION) Borderless
Yuki
REUNION

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Momo (REUNION) Borderless
Momo
REUNION

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Ryunosuke Tsunashi (REUNION) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tenn Kujo (REUNION) Borderless
Tenn Kujo
REUNION

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Gaku Yaotome (REUNION) Borderless

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Riku Nanase (REUNION) Borderless

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (REUNION) Borderless

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (REUNION) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
REUNION

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (REUNION) Borderless

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (REUNION) Borderless

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Yamato Nikaido (REUNION) Borderless

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Iori Izumi (REUNION) Borderless
Iori Izumi
REUNION

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Tenn Kujo (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Tenn Kujo
Wonderful Octave

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Tenn Kujo (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Tenn Kujo
Twelve Hits!

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Riku Nanase (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Wonderful Octave

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Riku Nanase (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Twelve Hits!

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Torao Mido (ZONE OF OVERLAP) Borderless
Torao Mido
ZONE OF OVERLAP

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Minami Natsume (ZONE OF OVERLAP) Borderless
Minami Natsume
ZONE OF OVERLAP

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Toma Inumaru (ZONE OF OVERLAP) Borderless
Toma Inumaru
ZONE OF OVERLAP

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Haruka Isumi (ZONE OF OVERLAP) Borderless
Haruka Isumi
ZONE OF OVERLAP

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
Wonderful Octave

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
Twelve Hits!

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Riku Nanase (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Riku Nanase
Anniversary 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Nagi Rokuya (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
Anniversary 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Anniversary 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
Anniversary 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
Anniversary 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Yamato Nikaido (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
Anniversary 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Iori Izumi (Anniversary 2019) Borderless
Iori Izumi
Anniversary 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Minami Natsume (Dejavu) Borderless

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Sogo Osaka (Wonderful Octave) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Wonderful Octave

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity UR Puchinana Icon

Sogo Osaka (Twelve Hits!) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
Twelve Hits!

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit Chat Icon

Riku Nanase (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Riku Nanase
OFF/Travel 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Nagi Rokuya (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Nagi Rokuya
OFF/Travel 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Sogo Osaka (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Sogo Osaka
OFF/Travel 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Tamaki Yotsuba (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Tamaki Yotsuba
OFF/Travel 2019

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Mitsuki Izumi (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Mitsuki Izumi
OFF/Travel 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Yamato Nikaido (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Yamato Nikaido
OFF/Travel 2019

Shout (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Iori Izumi (OFF Travel 2019) Borderless
Iori Izumi
OFF/Travel 2019

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Rabbit TV Icon

Yuki (Eiensei Riron) Borderless
Yuki
Eiensei Riron

Melody (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

Momo (Eiensei Riron) Borderless
Momo
Eiensei Riron

Beat (icon) Icon - Rarity SSR Puchinana Icon

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