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Source: Official art. Visual Board Tour 2017, Tokyo Extra Art 2.
Edited by Natsushi


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Change Log
September 21, 2019: Updated parts regarding the Ver 4.0.0 update cough nanapass cough More crude drawing of arrows were made.


What is IDOLiSH7?

IDOLiSH7 (アイドリッシュセブン(A i do ri s shu Se bu n)) or i7 (アイナナ(A i na na)) is a multimedia franchise that started out as a combination Japanese rhythm and visual novel mobile game releasing on August 20, 2015 on both Android and iOS, which has surpassed over 3 million downloads since then. The franchise has expanded a lot since.


Things to Take Note About This Guide

This guide is going to assume you have zero knowledge about the game or how to play it in general and are just getting started. There may be spoilers within the guide, for database purposes, however they will be marked and under a Collapsible.

For the ease of editing and also scrolling, everything has been moved into Tabs and Collapsible. Just click whatever tab you wish to view and you will get the guide you wish to view. If the section is a Collapsible, press the [Expand] button off to the right to open it.

As the game is all not in English (mostly), some files have been translated and edited in for easier navigation/reading! They don't actually appear like that within the game itself!

This guide is done using the Japanese server of the game.
However, this guide can be used for the Taiwanese version as buttons are still the same. If there's any differences between the two, it'll be stated in that section of the guide if noticed.

All written times and dates in this guide and within the game are in Japanese Standard Time (JST).
Unless you're playing on the Taiwanese server, the time and dates for that are China Standard Time (CST).




Note From Earlier
For the ease of editing and also scrolling, everything has been moved into Tabs and Collapsible. Just click whatever tab you wish to view and you will get the guide you wish to view or press the [Expand] button off to the right to open them.

Because of that, here's a Table of Contents of sorts that consist of what you will see in each tab.

  • Starting the Game
    • Game Specs
    • How to Download the Game
    • How to Update the Game
    • Game Tutorial
    • Beginner Tips
  • Game Settings
    • Menu
      • Notices
      • Regulations/Copyright
      • Owned Items
      • Special Training Items
      • Badges
      • Mailbox
      • Friends List
      • Profile
      • Photo Gallery
      • Card Gallery
      • Profile Gallery
      • Aikotoba
    • Options
      • General Settings
      • Live Settings
      • Story Settings
      • Push Notification Settings
      • Display/Other Settings
    • Resetting your Account
  • Data Transfer
    • Contacting Support
      • For Lost Accounts (Guide)
  • Navigation
    • Title Screen
      • Maintenance
    • Home Screen
      • Daily Missions
      • Daily Lessons
      • NanaPass
      • How to Change Background and Character
    • Live
      • How to play Lives 101 (Guide)
    • Story
    • Members (Very Long Section)
      • Card Interface
        • Attribute
        • Animation
        • Fave Lock
        • Set as Home Screen
        • Rarity
        • Trust (commonly called Affection)
        • Rabbit Chats / Rabbit TV / Puchinana
        • Level
        • Card Stats
        • Special Training
        • Efficacy
        • Center Skills
        • Appeal Skills
        • Brooch Skills
        • Other Card Views
      • Teams
      • Practicing
      • Idolizing / Upgrading
        • UR Information / How to Idolize SSRs to URs (Guide)
      • Special Training
        • How to obtain Souls and Tokens (Guide)
        • How to Special Train Your Cards (Guide)
      • Brooch
      • Rabbit Notebook
      • Card List / Selling Cards
      • Waiting Room
    • Audition
      • Scout Catalog
        • Scout Catalog Navigation
        • How to get a Card from the Scout Catalog (Guide)
    • Shop
    • Rabbit Hall
  • Other Important Stuff
    • Items
      • How to Buy Stellar Stones with Real Money (Guide)
    • Redeeming Serial Codes
    • Nanakore
    • Events
    • Birthday

Starting the Game

What's in this tab:

  • Starting the Game
    • Game Specs
    • How to Download the Game
    • How to Update the Game
    • Game Tutorial
    • Beginner Tips
Game Specs

For both Android and iOS; Last updated on August 16, 2019
Please check here because this may be outdated! (The top is iOS and the bottom portion is Android)

For iOS

  • Recommended Version (推奨OS(すいしょうOS)): iOS 9.0 or later
  • Compatible Version (対応OS(たいおうOS)): iOS 7.0 or later
  • Recommended Devices (推奨端末(すいしょうたんまつ)):
    • iPhone 5s or later
    • iPad 5 or later
    • iPad mini 2 or later
    • iPod touch 6 Generation or later
  • Not really recommended, because errors may occur (非推奨端末(ひすいしょうたんまつ))
    • iPhone 5c
    • iPad Air Series
    • iPad Pro Series

For Android

  • 4.2 and up
    • Anything below aren't really recommended, because errors may occur (非推奨端末(ひすいしょうたんまつ)).

Referring to Android Devices;

  • If your device is listed after 対応端末(たいおうたんまつ) then it's compatible.
  • If your device is listed after 非対応端末(ひたいおうたんまつ) then it's not compatible.
  • If your device is listed after 検証中の端末(けんしょうちゅうのたんまつ) then they're still testing it out.

Somewhat unrelated, but it's worth mentioning that if you're transferring your account from iOS to Android (or vice-versa) you WILL lose all of your stellar stones, including free and paid stellar stones. Friend Points and Gacha Tickets will be OK. More information regarding this on the Data Transfer tab.

How to Download the Game

Via QooApp on Android

  1. Since the game is Region Locked (meaning it's only available in Japan), we'll have to rely on other methods. One way is to download QooApp on your Android to get pass the Region lock.
  2. Open the app and find IDOLiSH7. You may have to search up "IDOLiSH7" or "アイドリッシュセブン(A i do ri s shu Se bu n)". Here's the game icon for reference!
    IDOLiSH7 App Icon.png
  3. The game is free to play, but it does include in-app purchases. It's not necessary to progress or playthrough. So, click on it and click the Download button.

And you're good to go!

Via Apple Store on iOS

  1. Since the game is Region Locked (meaning it's available in Japan), you must use an account which has access to the Japanese Apple Store. This Reddit post has a pretty good walkthrough on how to make a Japanese Apple ID account.
  2. Once you have access to the Japanese Store, find IDOLiSH7. You may have to search up "IDOLiSH7" or "アイドリッシュセブン(A i do ri s shu Se bu n)". Here's the game icon for reference!
    IDOLiSH7 App Icon.png
  3. The game is free to play, but it does include in-app purchases. It's not necessary to progress or playthrough. So, click on it and click the Download button.

If you know any other methods, feel free to comment them over on Suggestions!!

How to Update the Game

Via QooApp on Android

  1. Open the QooApp on your Android phone
  2. Press the person right next to 'My Games'
  3. Find the IDOLiSH7 game icon and tap it.
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  4. There should be button that says 'Update' press that.
  5. Wait for the update to finish.
  6. Once it finishes, open the app. The update is now completed!

Via Apple Store on iOS Update the game like you would any regular game on iOS

  1. Open the App Store with your Japanese Apple Account.
  2. Go to the 'Updates' button at the bottom right of the screen.
  3. Find the game app.
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  4. Once you find the game press the 'Update' button. (if it says open, then the game is already updated!)
  5. Wait for the update to be completed. Don't press the 'square' button, it pauses the download.
  6. Once it says 'Open' the update is completed!

If you know any other methods, feel free to comment them over on Suggestions!!

Game Tutorial

Thank you for trying out IDOLiSH7's mobile game!

Once you download it to whichever device you have that works with the game, you have to open the app to make it actually run!

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Normally, this screen shouldn't appear, but if it does. It says something along the lines of "We have detected another account on this app. Would you like to start on a new account?"

  • Press the pink button and the game will download that account's files.
  • Press the blue button if you want to start anew.
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If you press the blue button, this should appear. It's asking to confirm your choice.

  • Blue button will cancel the process and bring you back to the first screen.
  • Pink button will continue and make you a new account. Do note that if you do this, that account isn't going to be deleted.

(For this guide, the pink button was pressed)

Once that's all done, welcome to Download Mobage Fest! It's Absolutely Thrilling Gameplay I hope you enjoy this!

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You're going to see this screen a lot. It's the Download screen. You can't really do anything on here besides wait until the Download is complete.

Once that's done, you'll get one of these two screens.

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  • The first one, is the regular Title Screen which is what you're supposed to see (this image may change in the case of a campaign of sorts.).
  • If you see the second image, that means you downloaded the game at the wrong time as the game is in maintenance. When maintenance happens, everyone is locked out of the game server.

Now what you do here is tap the screen- unless the game is on maintenance in which case just try again at a later time when maintenance is done.

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This is IDOLiSH7's Term of Service screen. Press the Pink Button (Yes) to agree to them.

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  • This is the part where- if you have played IDOLiSH7 in the past and have a Transfer ID and Password to it, you press the middle button.
  • If you press the top button it'll make you a Transfer ID and Password to the account you're about to make. You can do this at a later time, but it's important to do it early on.

Since I already own myself an account, but I'm doing this for guide purposes I'm just going to press the X button off to the side which will dismiss this notification.

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  • This is where the game asks if you want to have Voices for the character on(pink) or off(blue). The entire game story is fully voiced with many great Japanese voice actors- so it's pretty download heavy. You can change this anytime.
  • If you choose to have them off (please reconsider), you will still be able to hear the music in the game.
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  • The game will ask for your character name, since we play as Tsumugi Takanashi in the game the default name is Tsumugi (紡).
  • By default, your Character Name and Player Name are the same, but you can change it anytime.

Once you pick your name, press the Pink button!

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After all the data have been downloaded, the game will proceed to the Chapter 1 of the Main Story. You won't be able to do anything on your own until you finish the chapter.

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If you don't want to read the story (please reconsider), you can press the three(3) line button in the corner and press End. It will end the segment immediately.

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As you won't be able to do anything on your own until you finish the chapter, it will move you onto the next segment of the story. Tap the segment title twice to start it.

After Segment 4's completion, the game will now take you to the tutorial section of the rhythm game.

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You will first have to set your Tapping Calibration. The default is 0.00. The Blue Button will enter testing mode, and the Pink Button will take you off this screen. It will ask if you want to confirm your choice, blue button will cancel the process and the pink button will continue to take you off the screen.

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This segment was taken from the Live portion of the Master Guide.
You're not going to see what's above during the Tutorial.

You will be able to test out your rhythm playing skills in i7 with a brief play session of MONSTER GENERATiON. Below is a guide on how to play the rhythm game.

  • There are four places where the notes come from and in those four places is a note hit box. Tap the note hit box when the note reaches the center. "What happens if you don't hit it in the center" We're getting to that.
  • There are four type of notes in IDOLiSH7's rhythm game. Silver, Red, Green, and Blue. If notes are connected by a line, then you have to do that action of that note at the same time on them.
    • Silver Notes are your regular Tapping Notes- you just tap them when they reach the center.
    • Red Notes are Flick Notes. Flick them in any direction you prefer when they reach the center. These are the bane of i7 players existence.
    • Green Notes are Hold Notes. Press them when the first ball reaches the center and let go when the second ball reaches the center.
    • Blue Notes are Sliding Notes. Press when the first ball reaches the center and slide in the direction of the light, when the second ball reaches the center let go.
  • Tapping grade. Your given a grade on how great you are at tapping notes in the center of the hit box.
    • The grade in IDOLiSH7's rhythm game are as follow from Well to Not Well. PERFECT, GOOD, BAD, and MISS.
  • If you're able to make consecutive PERFECT and GOOD grade on your notes, you'll earn a COMBO.
  • The higher your combo count is, the better. There's a chance you'll enter FEVER MODE. Which will change how the screen looks- from not colorful, to colorful rainbow mode, to MV Mode. These modes will increase the Score of the notes you hit.
    • You will still get the nice score up even if you have MVs off.
  • If you combo every note with a GOOD or better, you'll get a Full Combo.
  • If you combo every note with only PERFECTS, you'll get a Perfect Combo.
  • The thing at the bottom, the C-B-A-S-SS thing, is your score grade.
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After that's all done, you will be given the results on how you did!

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After the rhythm game tutorial is over, you will be sent back to progressing through Chapter 1 of the Main Story until you finish it. This time, the game will give you a guide on how to access chapters.

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After that you will Rank up to Rank 2 and more things will unlock!

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And after that!! You will now be given the choice of a starter card among the seven members of IDOLiSH7.

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Once you tap a member, you will be given two buttons. One where you can view the card's information and the other is the confirm button. All of these cards are pretty weak at their highest rarity (SSR) if we want to talk about them in terms of stats.

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Don't hesitate too much on your choice as you can get these cards fairly often as this entire card set, Ordinary Days, is a permanent card set in the game. As for the reason why I picked Yamato it's because.... I'm a Yamato oshi so. Yea h

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The tutorial ends with a dialog from Otoharu Takanashi and the collection of the tutorial completion rewards. Which are 20 Stellar Stones, 2000 Friend Points, 20,000 Gold, and 5 Gacha Tickets.

If in doubt, just know that the Pink Button usually means Yes and the Blue Button means No.

Continue reading through the rest of this Master Guide on how to navigate through the game and what does what!

Beginner Tips

Stellar Stones / Gacha Tickets

  • If you're a new player just starting out- entering Aikotobas will give you 167 Stellar Stone and 15 Gacha Tickets. It takes about 13 Minutes or so to enter them all in. There's a guide on how to enter them all in in the Game Settings tab- it's under the Menu collapsible.
    • This is also how you can reroll. Do remember that abusing the account creation process for rerolling is frowned upon by Bandai Namco. Do not overdo it.
  • The game is actually really generous to new players in terms of giving out Stellar Stones that you don't even really need Aikotobas. Since you unlock 37 Songs upon completing the tutorial. Play those songs they give 16 Stellar Stones if you complete all of the Score and Combo Kinako Challenge requirements on all difficulties. That's.... 592 Stellar Stones. Well yes that's probably a lot of LIFE used, but you're going be leveling up fast that it sorta doesn't even matter.
    • The fun part about the above point is that you haven't even unlocked all of the songs that can be played in the game at that point. Progress through the Main Story and you will unlock more songs to play.
  • Login Everyday. I can't stress this enough, just login- open the game. It does wonders to your Stellar Stones really. You can get 33-42 Stellar Stones per month just by logging in. That's not even counting the login bonuses from birthdays or other campaigns throughout the year.
  • Play events! They give out lots of things!! Sometimes they even give out Nanakores which are a You-Get-To-Pick-Which-Card-You-Get-For-Free type of thing. Most of the time those cards aren't really good in terms of gamemeta, but they're really neat to have!
  • Create a Transfer ID/Password. This is literally the best way to secure that your account doesn't get lost into the void. Something happened to device you use to play i7, like dropping it a little too many times that it's now Broken and Unusable? No worries! You still have your account if you have your Transfer ID/Password. A guide on how to make one can be found in the Data Transfer tab.
  • Save your Scout Points for only Ichiban Kuji cards. Scout Points are hard to come by if you don't plan on gacha-ing much, so it's best to save for cards that are extremely limited like the Ichiban Kuji cards. Those cards only come back from Paid Revivals- where you use Paid Stellar Stones. Those cards usually have really good skills. Momo's King Pudding card is an excellent example of an Ichiban Kuji card with a good skill. He's just as good as Riku's RESTART POiNTER card- except he's a beat card.
  • Friend People. Anyone with an A / S / SS weekly badge is probably the best you're looking for. They usually have really strong cards they can use as their center. If you use a Support card of someone your friends with, both the Center Skill and Appeal Skill of that card will activate during the song. So having friends with strong center/support cards are really important!

i7 Meta - Cards

  • i7 Meta is Dis one. Momo. Strongest shout card in the game and it's only an SSR- beating URs. Wild.
  • Speaking of really strong permanent cards, Riku's RESTART POiNTER card has a really good skill being an exchange card. There's two types of Exchange Cards- they mess around with the size of the hit box in favor of changing the amount of score you get. Riku's type is the one where the hit box area decreases, but the score will increase significantly.

This will be updated as time passes!

 

Game Settings

What's in this tab:

  • Game Settings
    • Menu
      • Notices
      • Regulations/Copyright
      • Owned Items
      • Special Training Items
      • Badges
      • Mailbox
      • Friends List
      • Profile
      • Photo Gallery
      • Card Gallery
      • Profile Gallery
      • Aikotoba
    • Options
      • General Settings
      • Live Settings
      • Story Settings
      • Push Notification Settings
      • Display/Other Settings
    • Resetting your Account
Menu
This will appear once you press the Menu button
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We’ll start from the top and go right!
So starting with Notices and ending on Aikotobas!
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Notices: Pretty straightforward, it brings you to a screen that looks like this. As you can see, it’s the same notifications that pop up when you open the app, only this time you can view them depending on the category!

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Regulations/Copyright: Just all the legal stuff and some credits.

Since we're on the topic and in case the disclaimer wasn't obvious enough... This Wiki is dedicated to archiving content from anything related to the series. But it also functions as a guide for fans who are stuck with the language barrier. As this is a Wiki entirely made up of volunteers, volunteers who are fans of the series, we do not own what is here. IDOLiSH7 belongs to Bandai Namco. The manga is published by Hana LaLa, and the novel by Hakusensha. Character design for IDOLiSH7 by Arina Tanemura(種村有菜). Music for the game by Lantis. No copyright infringement is intended.

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Data Transfer: A very important section that it even got its own tab. Please look at that tab for information regarding this.

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Options: Another very important section, but this time it's also on the same tab and in a collapsible. Please look at that collapsible for information regarding this.

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Owned Items: This isn’t used very much nowadays but these are where items like the Nanakore are kept.

  • The first is item is the Nanakore
  • The second is the Puchinanakore
  • The third is items like Kinako Bread which gives 20 LP (Kinako Katsudon? in this case... It does the same thing). These items are only available until that event is over. You can't save it in the mailbox.

How do I use a Nanakore I own??

  • Answer: Take a look at the Other Important Stuff tab for that.
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Special Training Items: The first two are where you can keep track of the tokens you earn from Daily Lessons and when you complete lives. They are used for special training to increase your card’s stats. The third image is where you can keep track on you UR items, to upgrade your card to UR version of themselves.

Look at the Navigation tab for more information on this.

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Badges: This is where you can see the badges you’ve earned, choose which one to use, and how close you are to achieving other badges! You can also access this screen by simply tapping on the active badge at the top of the page between your rank and life bar.

List of Badges that can be obtained
Badge Effect How to obtain
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Newcomer Badge
None Default
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New Manager Badge
None Default
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Story 1 Badge
During lives, the skill activation rate of your cards will increase by 2% Clear all chapters of Story 1
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Story 2 Badge
During lives, the skill activation rate of your cards will increase by 3% Clear all chapters of Story 2
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Story 3 Badge
During lives, the skill activation rate of your cards will increase by 4% Clear all chapters of Story 3
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40 FC Badge
The result/total of your live score will increase by 2% Get a Full Combo on 40 songs
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60 FC Badge
The result/total of your live score will increase by 4% Get a Full Combo on 40 songs
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100 FC Badge
The result/total of your live score will increase by 5% Get a Full Combo on 100 songs
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Rank 40 Badge
The EXP you gain from a live will increase by 5% Be Rank 40 or higher
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Rank 100 Badge
The EXP you gain from a live will increase by 10% Be Rank 100 or higher
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Rank 150 Badge
The EXP you gain from a live will increase by 15% Be Rank 150 or higher
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400,000 Gold Badge
Gold obtained from a live will increase by 10% Obtain 400,000 gold
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1,000,000 Gold Badge
Gold obtained from a live will increase by 20% Obtain 1,000,000 gold
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10,000,000 Gold Badge
Gold obtained from a live will increase by 30% Obtain 10,000,000 gold
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10,000 FP Badge
Friend Points obtained from a live will increase by 20% Obtain 10,000 FP
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50,000 FP
Friend Points obtained from a live will increase by 40% Obtain 50,000 FP
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200,000 FP
Friend Points obtained from a live will increase by 60% Obtain 200,000 FP
Last Updated: April 14, 2018
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Mailbox: This is where you check for your presents! You can access it from the home screen as well.

  • Print Charmide: A serial code where you can take to a Japanese 7-Elevens, and they'll let you print out a physical copy of the card from their in-store printer. Not every card set has Print Charmides available.
    You have to delete these individually if you want them out of your mailbox.

Is it possible to delete mail that has an item unclaimed?
Is it possible to press delete all mail when there's an item unclaimed?

  • Answer: Nope. It will only delete mail that you have already claimed.

I've seen screenshot of mail being locked, how do I do that?
I've seen screenshot of being able to see what's inside the mail, how do I do that?
I've seen screenshot of there being an expiration date for the mail until it gets deleted, how do I find that?

  • Answer: These features are only available in the Taiwanese version of the game. They are not in the Japanese version.
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Friends List: This is a list of all of your friends as well as incoming/outgoing friend requests! You can also access this from the main screen!

If the second button, the one with arrows under Badges, if that's pointing up, then it's in descending order.

  • So, for example in this image, it's currently in descending order of Rank(ランク). With those who are low rank are at the top and the higher ones at the bottom of the list.
    • Press the arrow button again and that'll be switched with the high ranking ones at the top and low ranking ones at the bottom- if that made any sense.


How to read the last login date
-> If it shows this kanji

  • #(びょう)(まえ) - It means they haven't logged in that amount of seconds
  • #(ふん)(まえ) - It means they haven't logged in that amount of minutes
  • #()(かん)(まえ) - It means they haven't logged in that amount of hours
  • #(にち)(まえ) - It means they haven't logged in that amount of days
  • #()(げつ)(まえ) - It means they haven't logged in that amount of months
  • #()(ねん)(まえ) - It means they haven't logged in that amount of years

So, for example- for someone who last logged in 2 days ago it would show 2()(にち)(まえ).

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Profile: This is your player profile that can be seen by others! It includes your;

  • Player name (different from the protagonist name and both can be changed in the Options menu)
  • Comment; put anything you want here as long as its within the 15 character limit.
    If you see @___ , it's most likely a Twitter Username.
    If you see ___推し(Oshi) then they support that character! Please read this for more on the 推し meaning.
  • Rank
  • Last login date
  • Main Unit

The second page (not pictured) also shows the number of perfect combos you’ve achieved for each difficulty as well as your most played song! However it only shows perfect combos of songs that 1*, 3*, 4*, and 7* difficulty. Which means, the counter will not go up if you play a song that's not those difficulties. Which also means, if you perfect combo 8* DAYBREAK INTERLUDE flicks on and all during an event (I have done this, it was a fun time), the counter won't go up. Basically any perfect combo from Events or Daily Lessons- the counter won't go up. If you play a song in the normal lives and perfect combo it will however!

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Photo Gallery: Contains all of the CGs you’ve unlocked from the Story and Events

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Card Gallery: (lit. "Character Gallery") This section contains all the cards you own and have come across. Cards that you don't own, but have played with in a live from an assist/friend will show up in the gallery but they will be blackened and you can't click it. By clicking on the green button you’ll be able to sort all the cards in order by ID, attribute, rarity, and character! Clicking on the pink button (Filter(フィルター)) allows you filter out the character you choose.

Profile Gallery: Contains IDOLiSH7, TRIGGER, Re:vale, and ZOOL’s profiles. You can view this information translated on the individual characters wiki pages.

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Aikotoba: Here is where you input aikotobas(あいことば) for rewards! These rewards you get will be sent to your mailbox where you can pick it up.

List of Aikotobas
Password Reward Does it work?
でんげきまつり 7x King's Puddings [Shout] [N], 7x Puddings [Beat] [N], 7x Puddings [Melody] [N] No
シークレットナイト 1x TRIGGER Middle of Rehearsal ~On Air~ Catalogue [SSR] No
アイナナいっしゅうねん 7x Gacha Tickets, 7x Stellar Stones, 1x King's Pudding [Shout] [N], 1x King's Pudding [Beat] [N], 1x King's Pudding [Melody] [N], 1x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Melody] [R], 1x King's Pudding [SSR], 777 Friend Pts., 7777 Gold Yes
ナンジャでアイナナ 3x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 3x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 3x King's Pudding [Melody] [R], 2016 Friend Pts. Yes
フェスインアニメイト 3x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 3x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 3x King's Pudding [Melody] [R], 5x Stellar Stones Yes
なつしようぜ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
ありがとうにじゅうまんにん 20x Stellar Stones Yes
またあたらしいゆめをみようよ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
りばーれおめでとう 7x Stellar Stones Yes
これからもあいななしようぜ 20x Stellar Stones Yes
こいのかけら 5x Stellar Stones Yes
さあいっしょにふらいあうぇい 7x Stellar Stones Yes
ありがとうじゅうごまんにん 15x Stellar Stones Yes
ピタゴラスファイター 6x Stellar Stones Yes
アニメイトカフェへようこそ 1x Gacha Ticket, 1x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Melody] [R] Yes
アニメイトバレホワ 1x Gacha Ticket, 1x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Melody] [R] Yes
だいにぶおまたせっ 10x Stellar Stones Yes
グッナイ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
モンジェネきこうぜ 1x Gacha Ticket Yes
シクナイきこうぜ 1x Gacha Ticket Yes
アイナナしようぜ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
サンキューフォユアエブリシング 1x 1st Anniversary Flower Card [SSR] No
コミックでアイナナたのしもうぜ 1x Pajama Riku drawn by Arina Tanemura [SSR] No
コミックでトリガーたのしもうぜ 1x Pajama Tenn drawn by Arina Tanemura [SSR] No
おれたちのぎょうざたべないか 3x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 3x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 3x King's Pudding [Melody] [R], 1x Gacha Ticket Yes
キャラポップストアにいこう 1x Gacha Ticket, 1x King's Pudding [Shout] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Beat] [R], 1x King's Pudding [Melody] [R] Yes
アニメイトをゆるがす 1x Gacha Ticket, 1x King's Pudding [Melody] [R] Yes
アイナナグッズあつめようぜ 1x Gacha Ticket, 1x King's Pudding [Beat] [R] Yes
アイナナインアニメイト 1x Gacha Ticket, 1x King's Pudding [Shout] [R] Yes
これからもてをつないでさ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
ひきがねをひくのはだれだ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
だいすきじゃたりない 7x Stellar Stones Yes
みらいへとびたて 7x Stellar Stones Yes
いっつらぶげーむ 7x Stellar Stones Yes
だんしたるもの 7x Stellar Stones Yes
Last Updated: August 21, 2019

The reason why we get these is due to hitting a milestone or in celebration for something, like a song getting into the top charts. Recently, while we still do get things for stuff like that, we no longer get aikotobas(あいことば).

Options
This will appear once you press the 'Option' button in the menu
OptionsGeneral.png

Colored Player Name
To change the color, you need to use a hex value, or a six-digit color code.
Format your new (player) name like [######]NAME. like so;
ColoredUN.png
Please note that after the hex value part you'll have 7 characters left
as there is a character limit for names.

You insert all this information in the player name information (first one) to change what other players see.

Home Screen Background List
Image Description How to Acquire
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Automatic Background Selection(背景自動選択)
Automatically aligns with the center card of the main team. UR cards will be shown in their original background. Default
IDOLiSH7BG.png
IDOLiSH7
A dedicated background for IDOLiSH7. Obtained by getting at least one card from any of the IDOLiSH7 members.
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TRIGGER
A dedicated background for TRIGGER. Obtained by getting at least one card from any of the TRIGGER members.
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Re:vale
A dedicated background for Re:vale. Obtained by getting at least one card from any of the Re:vale members.
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Sakura Message
Part 3 Story opening reward. Obtained by unlocking Part 3
NoDoubtBG.png
No Doubt
Silver Sky Event Reward. Obtained by getting 200,000 score in the SILVER SKY ~The Feelings I Want to Keep Believing In~ event.
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No Doubt
High Five! Water Festival! Event Reward. Obtained by getting 205,000 points in the High Five! Water Festival! event.
2nd Anniversary!! (VerA) BG.png
2nd Anniversary!! Ver.A
Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event Reward Obtained by completing Stage 1's normal bingo card in the Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event.
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2nd Anniversary!! Ver.B
Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event Reward Obtained by completing all of the stages on any difficulty's bingo cards in the Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event.
TaikoBG.png
Taiko no Tatsujin Collab(太鼓の達人コラボ)
IDOLiSH7 X Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration Login Bonus Obtained by logging in from April 23, 2018 (17:00 JST) to April 30, 2018 (16:59 JST) during the IDOLiSH7 X Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration
OFFTravelBG.png
OFF/Travel Collab(コラボ)
OFF/Travel Collaboration Login Bonus Obtained by logging in from June 14, 2018 (17:00 JST) to June 21, 2018 (16:59 JST) during the OFF/Travel Collaboration
RTIBG.png
Road To Infinity
AFTER 1st LIVE ~Road To Infinity~ Event Reward Obtained by getting 62,900 points in the AFTER 1st LIVE ~Road To Infinity~ event.
Obtained through Rabbit Note
Image Description How to Acquire
Iori Izumi Home 01.png
HOME IORI No.1
N/A Obtained via Iori Izumi's Rabbit Note
Yamato Nikaido Home 01.png
HOME YAMATO No.1
N/A Obtained via Yamato Nikaido's Rabbit Note
Mitsuki Izumi Home 01.png
HOME MITSUKI No.1
N/A Obtained via Mitsuki Izumi's Rabbit Note
Tamaki Yotsuba Home 01.png
HOME TAMAKI No.1
N/A Obtained via Tamaki Yotsuba's Rabbit Note
Sogo Osaka Home 01.png
HOME SOGO No.1
N/A Obtained via Sogo Osaka's Rabbit Note
Nagi Rokuya Home 01.png
HOME NAGI No.1
N/A Obtained via Nagi Rokuya's Rabbit Note
Riku Nanase Home 01.png
HOME RIKU No.1
N/A Obtained via Riku Nanase's Rabbit Note
Gaku Yaotome Home 01.png
HOME GAKU No.1
N/A Obtained via Gaku Yaotome's Rabbit Note
Tenn Kujo Home 01.png
HOME TENN No.1
N/A Obtained via Tenn Kujo's Rabbit Note
Ryunosuke Tsunashi Home 01.png
HOME RYUNOSUKE No.1
N/A Obtained via Ryunosuke Tsunashi's Rabbit Note
Momo Home 01.png
HOME MOMO No.1
N/A Obtained via Momo's Rabbit Note
Yuki Home 01.png
HOME YUKI No.1
N/A Obtained via Yuki's Rabbit Note
Last Updated: July 24, 2018
OptionsLive.png LiveSettings.png

The first image is the Live Settings on the Option Menu. The second image is the Live Settings you see when you click the Gear before a live.

What does Enjoy SE do?

  • Answer: If it's available, it will change the tapping sound effect when you press a note while playing a song.

What does Autoplay do?

  • Answer: It will show you the song you want to play, with the team that you selected, if you were to get a perfect combo on the song. Pressing this does not count as playing the song. It's very useful for learning the beatmap of the song and how you will do on it with your team.
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What are Hall Points?

  • Answer: If you leave a Puchinana in Rabbit Hall for three hours, it will gain a Hall Point you can collect. Collecting this will make that Puchinana's outfit gain experience and level up. Which will unlock Puchinana exclusive motions at Level 3, 7, and 9.
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Do I get anything for reviewing the game?

  • Answer: No. You used to get 7 Stellar Stones for reviewing the game, but that doesn't happen anymore. It's still nice to review the game!
Resetting your Account

Android: Go to the application manager > force stop and then clear data

iOS: Deleting the app itself and redownloading it.

If you're doing any of this, be sure to have your Transfer Code- just in case you want to play the game again.

 

Data Transfer / Contacting Support

What's in this tab:

  • Data Transfer
    • Contacting Support
      • For Lost Accounts (Guide)
Data Transfer

To get here, press menu on the bottom navigation

Menu Screen.png

And then press Data Transfer Code (the button left to the Option button (the gear))

TransferIDIssue.pngTransferID.png
  • (left button) Issue a password / (after password is issued) Change password
  • (right button) How to use
  • (pink text) [Android→iOS] [iOS→Android] If you are transferring between these devices, Stellar Stones won't be transferred over.
  • (black text under pink text) (This also applies to free earned Stellar Stone.) Before transfering, use all Stellar Stones so they will not be lost in the process
    • Friend Points and Gacha Tickets will be OK.
How to issue a Transfer ID
TransferIDIssue.png

Press the left button(登録) to issue a password

TransferIDIssue2.png

This screen is now asking you to issue a password. You will need the password when you try to transfer your data. You can input any password of your choice as long as it's:

  • Between 8 and 12 characters
  • Comprised of only letters and numbers (other characters are invalid)

Once you've picked a password, put it in both given space. And press the pink button at the bottom to confirm it.

TransferIDIssue3.png

For this tutorial, the password is IDOLiSH7.
It's heavily recommend that you don't do this as it's easy to guess.

TransferIDReroll.png

And once you've gotten through that portion, you're done!
Take a screenshot and write it down somewhere!

If you plan on stealing this account, don't...
Unless you really want a reroll account with LOVE&GAME Mezzo and RESTART POiNTER!Nagi.

How to change your Transfer Password
TransferID.png

Press the left button(パスワード再設定) to change your password

TransferIDChange.png
  • Insert your old password character for character in the first column
  • Insert the new password you want in the second and third column
  • Press pink button to confirm.
How to check your Transfer ID
TransferID.png

Press the pink button in the middle.

TransferIDCheck.png

Insert your password

TransferIDReroll.png

Take a new screenshot.

How to transfer accounts from one device to another

[Android→iOS] [iOS→Android] If you are transferring between these devices, Stellar Stones won't be transferred over. Before transfering, use all Stellar Stones so they will not be lost in the process. Friend Points and Gacha Tickets will be OK.

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On your new device, press the Data Transfer button on the title screen. Please note that in order to transfer or gain back your account, you can't have a started a new account.

TransferData.png

Press the second button.

TransferData1.png

Insert your transfer ID in the first column and password in the second column

TransferData2.png

If you get this screen it's a success. If not, then retype because it's wrong.

Important Information for Version 2.5.0
If you issued your transfer credential before March 2, 2017 then your transfer credential are outdated as of Version 2.5.0 as you're using the old transfer system. Thus, you will need to contact Bandai Namco. Look below at the Contact Support collapsible for a guide on how to contact Bandai Namco for lost accounts

Will my transfer ID only include my data at the time I issued it?

  • Answer: No. It will include all of your current account data.

Does the transfer ID ever expire / How many time can I use a transfer ID?

  • Answer: No. You can use the Transfer ID as many times as you want. You can however, change the password by pressing the left button.

Is it possible to play your game on two devices at the same time?

  • Answer: You can’t. Once you use a transfer code your account will switch over to the new device, you can’t use it on the first one anymore until you switch it again.
Contacting Support

Ok, so you need to contact support because something happened that shouldn't have happened. Tragic. F. My condolence.

Contacting Support means contacting Bandai Namco through E-Mail. They will only reply to messages in Japanese. So, a decent level of Japaneses is kinda required. If you don't have that, like most of us, find a way to translate your message. Be it a friend who knows 日本語(Japanese), or the not really recommended route but it will get your message across, an online translator (like Google Translate).

To get to the page where you can contact Bandai Namco on various issues, like account lost or reporting a bug, you need to go to the official site, http://idolish7.com/, and then scroll to the bottom and press the button on the right of the left corner. If you preview the link it should send you to http://idolish7.com/contact/ which is where you need to be.

Now the button you press here, depends on your issue.

  • (Orange) Inquiry for Android devices
  • (Light Green) Reporting an Android device that does not work
  • (Blue) Inquiry for iOS devices
  • (Purple) Lost accounts for both iOS and Android devices
  • (Pink at the bottom) Business Promotion

This guide will only focus on the Lost Accounts section.

Lost Accounts

To send a contact form to Bandai Namco for lost accounts on either device, you click the purple button which will lead you to https://support.bandainamco-ol.jp/pip/107991/title/idolish7/index.html.

Sections that have an asterisk(*) in red next to it are required to be filled out. Those section will be in red text for this guide. Despite this, it's best to give as much information as possible to get your account back.

This guide was last updated August 18, 2019.

Here's an overview of what you need to fill out in each section. Look below for in-depth information on what that section is asking you to fill out.

  • Inquiry Type (お問い合わせ種別)
  • Type of Device (ご利用端末のOS)
  • What Happened? (お問い合わせ理由)
  • Details of What Happened (状況の詳細)
  • E-Mail address (メールアドレス)
  • Player Name (プレーヤー名)
  • Protagonist Name (主人公名)
  • Transfer ID (引き継ぎID)
  • Password (パスワード)
  • Game ID / Friend Code (ゲームID又はフレンドID)
  • Transfer Code (引き継ぎコード)
  • Did you ever purchase Stellar Stones? (ステラストーン購入の有無)
  • Birthday (ゲーム内登録生年月日)
  • When did you start the game? (アプリご利用開始日時)
  • When was the last time you logged in? (最終ログイン日時)
  • Player Rank (ランク)
  • Who's the center of your main team? (メインデッキのセンターキャラクター名)
  • List of Serial Codes used (利用したシリアルコード)
  • Other (その他)
Details for Each Section

Inquiry Type (お問い合わせ種別)

  • It's asking why are you sending this. The only option is Reclaiming Account (データ復旧について). You can't change it, so ignore this section.

Type of Device (ご利用端末のOS)

  • Self-explanatory, what type of device are you using to play IDOLiSH7?
    • Select iOS if you're playing on an iOS device
    • Select Android if you're playing on an Android device

What Happened? (お問い合わせ理由)

  • In order, the reasons you can pick from are
    • ▽Please Select (▽選択してください) - The default, please change to the other options.
    • Transfer ID / Password was never created (引き継ぎID/パスワード未発行)
    • Lost Transfer ID / Password (引き継ぎID/パスワード忘失)
    • Other (その他)

Details of What Happened (状況の詳細)

  • If you choose other above, then it's best to specify here. It isn’t required, but to avoid trouble it might be worth it to pick one of the given reasons.

E-Mail address (メールアドレス)

  • Insert a valid E-mail address here. This is where the reply is going to be sent. The domain of the E-mail address doesn't matter. Capitalization doesn't matter here.
    • Format: Username@Domain

Player Name (プレーヤー名)

  • Do you remember this page from Options if you pressed Menu?
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  • Ok yea you put that information here. If you changed the color of your Player name, that's not necessary to be put here.

Protagonist Name (主人公名)

  • Do you remember this page from Options if you pressed Menu?
OptionsGeneral.png
  • Ok yea you put that information here. The default is Tsumugi's name in Kanji which is 紡. So if you didn't change that, you'd put 小鳥遊紡 here. If you did, then format the name as so; 小鳥遊○○, replace the ○○ with what you actually put.

Transfer ID (引き継ぎID)

  • You insert the Transfer ID the game issued to you after you registered a password of your choosing.
    • If you don't know, it's safe to write わかりません (I don't know) or なし (None) here.

Password (パスワード)

  • You insert the password you chose for the above.
    • If you don't know, it's safe to write わかりません (I don't know) or なし (None) here.

Game ID / Friend Code (ゲームID又はフレンドID)

  • Your Game ID is what is displayed on the bottom right of the title screen when you first launch IDOLiSH7. It's also the number you can use to add friends.

Transfer Code (引き継ぎコード)

  • This is a. Weird request.
  • It's asking you to insert any previously used transfer codes from the old transfer system before Version 2.5.0 (March 2, 2017), if you still have those saved anywhere.

Did you ever purchase Stellar Stones? (ステラストーン購入の有無)

  • It's asking if you have ever paid for Stellar Stones in the game. A yes or no question.
    • Select 購入有り if you have.
    • Select 購入無し if you have not.

Birthday (ゲーム内登録生年月日)

  • If you have ever accidentally press the plus(+) sign next to the Stellar Stone section at the top, it asked for your birthday 'cause there's limit on how many you can buy at certain ages. More on that on the Other Important Information tab.
  • There's no actual way to see the Birthday you imputed after that.
  • But if you remember it! Insert it here.
  • You can use the standard date format (YYYY/MM/DD) for this. YYYY年MM月DD日 also works.

When did you start the game? (アプリご利用開始日時)

  • Self-explanatory. If you remember it, put it here.
  • You can also view it on your Profile from the Menu. Which is also public to your friends.
  • Write the date in the following format YYYY年MM月DD日.
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When was the last time you logged in? (最終ログイン日時)

  • Self-explanatory. If you remember it, put it here.
  • You can also view it on your Profile from the Menu. Which is also public to your friends.
  • Format: MM月DD日TIME時頃
    • Write the time in 24 hour time if you know it.

Player Rank (ランク)

  • Self-explanatory. If you remember it, put it here.
  • You can also view it on your Profile from the Menu. Which is also public to your friends.
  • Just write it in the regular 1 2 3 format.

Who's the center of your main team? (メインデッキのセンターキャラクター名)

  • Self-explanatory. If you remember it, put it here.
  • You can also view it on your Profile from the Menu. Which is also public to your friends. It's the card you see on the side.
  • All cards are on the wiki and have this information, so find the card on the Wiki and it should be under the English title.
    • But for the sake of this guide, You would want to write it like so; CharacterName[CardSet].

List of Serial Codes used (利用したシリアルコード)

  • Self-explanatory. List all of the Serial Codes you have used. Aikotobas don't count.
  • If you don't know, it's safe to write わかりません (I don't know) or なし (None) here.

Other (その他)

  • Insert any other useful information here. Like, your rank in one of the events.

Ok so after all that fun stuff, all that’s left to do is tick the little box by 同意する saying you agree to their terms and conditions and to giving them this information, and then select the orange button (入力内容を確認する) once you're done. Consider checking everything is correct before sending anything.

After all that, you're done. You will get an automatic E-Mail immediately titled something like 【アイドリッシュセブン】お問い合わせを受け付けました after you sent the form with all the information you have inputted- it's confirming that your sent was successful. The staff respond really fast so you should get a reply in like a week if you did it correctly.

Once they respond, you should get an E-Mail titled something like [YYYYMMDD####]【アイドリッシュセブン】お問い合わせいただきありがとうございます。.

The E-Mail will include your new Transfer ID and Password. Look for something like this if you can't find it!

■ 引き継ぎID
TRANSFER ID HERE
■ パスワード
PASSWORD HERE

Writer Note: I have only lost my account once in August of 2017, it was a very good spare account. So everything regarding the E-Mail title and response may be a little different than what's current! Regardless, I hoped this helped a bit!

 

Navigation

What's in this tab:

  • Navigation
    • Title Screen
      • Maintenance
    • Home Screen
      • Daily Missions
      • Daily Lessons
      • NanaPass
      • How to Change Background and Character
    • Live
      • How to play Lives 101 (Guide)
    • Story
    • Members (Very Long Section)
      • Card Interface
        • Attribute
        • Animation
        • Fave Lock
        • Set as Home Screen
        • Rarity
        • Trust (commonly called Affection)
        • Rabbit Chats / Rabbit TV / Puchinana
        • Level
        • Card Stats
        • Special Training
        • Efficacy
        • Center Skills
        • Appeal Skills
        • Brooch Skills
        • Other Card Views
      • Teams
      • Practicing
      • Idolizing / Upgrading
        • UR Information / How to Idolize SSRs to URs (Guide)
      • Special Training
        • How to obtain Souls and Tokens (Guide)
        • How to Special Train Your Cards (Guide)
      • Brooch
      • Rabbit Notebook
      • Card List / Selling Cards
      • Waiting Room
    • Audition
      • Scout Catalog
        • Scout Catalog Navigation
        • How to get a Card from the Scout Catalog (Guide)
    • Shop
    • Rabbit Hall
Title Screen
Title Screen.pngTitle Screen Manga.png
  • Data Repair (データ修復): Reverts everything to its default options.
  • Data Transfer: Explained in details in that tab.
  • Contact Us: Form for contacting Bandai Namco when you have a problem with the game.
  • Game ID: Randomly generated numbers that are used as your friend code and can also be used to contact support when your account is missing. It's very important.
Other Title Screens (Spoiler)

You get these Title Screens from progressing through the Main Story

Unlocked from the start

Unlocked from the start

Completion of Part 1

Starting Part 2

Completion of Part 2

Starting Part 3

Completion of Part 3

Completion of Part 3

Completion of Part 3

Starting Part 4

Starting Part 4

Starting Part 4

Starting Part 4

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This screen means the game is going under Maintenance! When maintenance happens, everyone is locked out of the game server.

Here are some helpful terms to understand what's the maintenance is about.

  • 【メンテナンスのお知らせ】 → 【Notice of Maintenance】
  • ※終了時刻は前後する可能性があります。 - means that end time may change
  • 内容 - Contents; What's listed under is what's contains in the Maintenance.
  • バージョンアップ対応 - means a New Update is Available!
  • イベント準備 - means the maintenance is for the upcoming event.
  • サーバメンテナンス - means there is Server Maintenance.
  • 何卒こ理解の程よろしくお願い致します。 - It's just thanking you for waiting patiently.

Here's a guide on how to read the date

日時: Month/Day (Kanji) Start:Time ~ End:Time
日時 Translate -> Date
(Kanji) Translate -> Depends! On which day of the week it is!
Monday (月) Tuesday (火) Wednesday (水)
Thursday (木) Friday (金) Saturday (土)
Sunday (日)

So if the text says

  • 日時:10/31(月)2:00 ~ 14:00

Then it translates to

  • Date: October 31 (Tuesday) 2:00 ~ 14:00
    • Which means: It started on October 31, a Tuesday, at 2:00 JST and will end at 14:00 JST.

Normally the end time is at 17:00 JST!

Home Screen
This is the first page you see after the Title Screen.
It's also the page you see when you press Home on the Bottom navigation.
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  • Rank: Your Player Rank (top big number) and a percentage to your next rank (small number with progress bar). You can rank up by playing Lives or reading the Story.
    • If you were to hold the diamond, it'll show you your Player Name, Current Rank and The Number of Experiences you Need to Rank up.
    • When you rank up, your Life is fully replenished.
      • Your Life doesn't overflow. Meaning, if you were to Rank up with 100 Life remaining and your next Rank gives you 120 Life to start with, you won't have 220 Life after you rank up.
    • Starting at rank 50 you are given 5 free Member space for every 25 ranks (up until the current max rank of 500)
    • You can get a singular Gacha ticket through leveling up. During the first 60 levels, you need to level up by 20 to get a Gacha Ticket. After 60, it’s every 10 levels for a Gacha Ticket.
  • Badge: Takes you to the badge screen where you can view all of the badges you have obtained and are able to equip. More information on that in the Game Settings tab under the Menu collapsible.
  • Life / LP: This is what is considered your stamina in the game. You use this for playing Lives in both Events and just regular playing in the Normal Lives.
    • The current amount of Life you own is the first number and the number after the backslash is your max amount of Life. The countdown right next to あと(Time) is how much time you have left until you get one Life as these replenish every three(3) minutes automatically. It won't go above you max amount of Life.
    • Your max amount of Life will increase as you Rank up.
  • Gold.png Gold: Used for various things such as: Idolizing cards, Leveling cards, Buying Rabbit Hall items, live assist, etc.. Can gain them through playing Lives, Login Bonuses, Events, and Selling cards.
  • Stellar Stone.png Stellar Stones: The Premium currency of the game. Used for various things, but main use is scouting for new cards. Can gain them through paying for them with real money, completing Kinako challenges within normal lives, Login Bonuses, and Events.
  • Daily Missions: Complete certain tasks within the game, like playing any song 3 times, to earn various rewards like Stellar Stones, Pudding, Gold, etc..
    • This button will not be present sometimes. As Daily Missions are only available for a certain amount of time, they come back quite often during special occasions.
Daily Missions
This will appear once you press the Daily Mission button on the Home Screen.
  • Complete certain tasks within the game, like playing any song 3 times, to earn various rewards like Stellar Stones, Pudding, Gold, etc.. Translated list of Tasks below

WIP

  • Daily Lessons: Play songs from a roulette to get an increase of something! Open at all times, but there's a set schedule of what you get for each day of the week.
Daily Lessons
This will appear once you press the Daily Lessons button on the Home Screen.
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Play songs to get an increase of something! Open at all times, but there's a set schedule of what you get for each day of the week. This is an example of what Sunday's Special Lessons would look like.

Schedule

  • 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)
How to Get it to Work
Daily Lessons - 1.png

If you can choose what you want an increase of, pick it as you can't change it after you choose a song. Once you've chosen what you want an increase of by pressing the arrows at the top (left goes backwards, right goes forward), in this case it's on gold, press the yellow button that says ルーレットスタート(Roulette Start). That will spin through a list of songs in the roulette which you can view by pressing the Song list button. Press the now orange button that says ストップ(Stop) to stop the roulette. You cannot repick the song you land on. After that press NEXT.

Daily Lessons - 2.png

Now you're on the difficulty selection screen. Pick whichever you want if you have enough LP to do so and then press NEXT. Do note that the songs here are 2* (Easy), 5* (Normal), 6* (Hard), and 8* (Expert) difficulty- meaning they're harder than the songs within the Normal Lives.

Once you've chosen a support and picked your team you want to play with, you press start and play the song. After you played the song in its entirety, you'll be able to roulette a different song. And that's about it, you can repeat this process as many times as you want if you have enough LP to do so.

  • NanaPass: Earn Pass Points by completing Tasks of the given song. Earn enough Pass Points your Season Rank(シーズンランク) will go up which will give you the Rewards of that corresponding number at the bottom of the screen.
NanaPass
This will appear once you press the NanaPass button on the Home Screen.
NanaPass.png

Earn Pass Points by completing Tasks of the given song. Earn enough Pass Points your Season Rank(シーズンランク) will go up which will give you the Rewards of that corresponding number at the bottom of the screen.

  • You can increase Season Rank(シーズンランク) immediately by using 8 Stellar Stones per rank you want to rank up to.
  • The time labeled as End Date is when the current Weekly Tasks end- if you're on the Weekly Task tab. If the Daily Task tab is selected, it will show the remaining hours until the Daily Tasks reset.
  • Weekly Rank doesn't mean much, other than the fact that it says you completed all of the given Weekly Tasks. This badge will show up right next to your player name on various screens.
  • Daily Tasks reset Daily at 4:00 JST.
List of NanaPass Weekly Tasks
Japanese Text Translation Pass Points Given
スコア[XXX]達成 Get a score of [XXX] on one play through of the song.
(Not accumulative)
Varies on how high the Score requirement is. Can range from 2-10 Pass Points.
コンボ[XXX]回達成 Get a combo of [XXX] on the given song.
(Accumulative)
4 Pass Point
ミス[XXX]回以内達成 Don't get [XXX] misses on one play through of the song. 4 Pass Point
Last Updated: August 27, 2019

List of NanaPass Daily Tasks
Japanese Text Translation Pass Points Given
デイリータスクをすべて違成する Complete All Daily Tasks for the Day 1 Pass Point
スコア[XXX]達成 Get a Score of [XXX] from any Song
(Accumulative)
1 Pass Point
コンボ[XXX]達成 Get a Combo of [XXX] from any Song
(Accumulative)
1 Pass Point
メンバー[XXX]人を練習 Practice any Member(card) [XXX] Times
(Accumulative)
1 Pass Point
FPオーディションで[XXX]人選考 Do the Friend Point(F P) Audition [XXX] times. 1 Pass Point
一部曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any song from Part 1, [XXX] times.
(Accumulative)
1 Pass Point
二部曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any song from Part 2, [XXX] times.
(Accumulative)
1 Pass Point
三部曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any song from Part 3, [XXX] times.
(Accumulative)
1 Pass Point
IDOLiSH7の楽曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any IDOLiSH7 song [XXX] times. 1 Pass Point
TRIGGERの楽曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any TRIGGER song [XXX] times. 1 Pass Point
Re:valeの楽曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any Re:vale song [XXX] times. 1 Pass Point
ミス[XXX]回以内を[X]回達成 Don't get [XXX] Misses when playing [X] amount of songs. 1 Pass Point
グレード[XXX]以上を[X]回達成 Get a Grade [XXX] on [X] songs. 1 Pass Point
任意の楽曲を[XXX]回プレイ Play any song [XXX] times. 1 Pass Point
特訓[XXX]回達成 Special Train a card [XXX] time. 1 Pass Point
Last Updated: August 27, 2019

NanaPass is a feature added in the Ver. 4.0.0 Update.

  • Event: This button will lead you to the current ongoing Event if there's an Event up.
  • Event Notices: A slideshow featuring the current Event, Limited Auditions, Campaigns, or Other Promotions.
  • Info (Blue Diamond): Recent news can be viewed here in detail. More information on that in the Game Settings tab under the Menu collapsible.
  • Mail (Orange Diamond): Gifts and prizes are sent and can be claimed here. More information on that in the Game Settings tab under the Menu collapsible.
  • Friends (Cyan Diamond): View your friends list and your own friend code. More information on that in the Game Settings tab under the Menu collapsible.
How to Change Background and Character

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 doing the following.

To change the background:

  • Go to the Menu button on the bottom tab, and press options (the gear)
  • Scroll all the way down to Home Screen Background (HOME背景) and press the pink button on the side. You'll be greeted with all the background you currently own.
Home Screen Background.png
  • Pick any background you want and then press Confirm (設定する)
    • If the background thumbnail has a pink banner on the top left corner, then that background is the current background set.
Home Screen Background List
Image Description How to Acquire
AutomaticBG.png
Automatic Background Selection(背景自動選択)
Automatically aligns with the center card of the main team. UR cards will be shown in their original background. Default
IDOLiSH7BG.png
IDOLiSH7
A dedicated background for IDOLiSH7. Obtained by getting at least one card from any of the IDOLiSH7 members.
TRIGGERBG.png
TRIGGER
A dedicated background for TRIGGER. Obtained by getting at least one card from any of the TRIGGER members.
RevaleBG.png
Re:vale
A dedicated background for Re:vale. Obtained by getting at least one card from any of the Re:vale members.
SakuraMessage BG.png
Sakura Message
Part 3 Story opening reward. Obtained by unlocking Part 3
NoDoubtBG.png
No Doubt
Silver Sky Event Reward. Obtained by getting 200,000 score in the SILVER SKY ~The Feelings I Want to Keep Believing In~ event.
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No Doubt
High Five! Water Festival! Event Reward. Obtained by getting 205,000 points in the High Five! Water Festival! event.
2nd Anniversary!! (VerA) BG.png
2nd Anniversary!! Ver.A
Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event Reward Obtained by completing Stage 1's normal bingo card in the Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event.
2nd Anniversary!! (VerB) BG.png
2nd Anniversary!! Ver.B
Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event Reward Obtained by completing all of the stages on any difficulty's bingo cards in the Shuffle Talk ~2nd Anniversary!!~ Event.
TaikoBG.png
Taiko no Tatsujin Collab(太鼓の達人コラボ)
IDOLiSH7 X Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration Login Bonus Obtained by logging in from April 23, 2018 (17:00 JST) to April 30, 2018 (16:59 JST) during the IDOLiSH7 X Taiko no Tatsujin Collaboration
OFFTravelBG.png
OFF/Travel Collab(コラボ)
OFF/Travel Collaboration Login Bonus Obtained by logging in from June 14, 2018 (17:00 JST) to June 21, 2018 (16:59 JST) during the OFF/Travel Collaboration
RTIBG.png
Road To Infinity
AFTER 1st LIVE ~Road To Infinity~ Event Reward Obtained by getting 62,900 points in the AFTER 1st LIVE ~Road To Infinity~ event.
Obtained through Rabbit Note
Image Description How to Acquire
Iori Izumi Home 01.png
HOME IORI No.1
N/A Obtained via Iori Izumi's Rabbit Note
Yamato Nikaido Home 01.png
HOME YAMATO No.1
N/A Obtained via Yamato Nikaido's Rabbit Note
Mitsuki Izumi Home 01.png
HOME MITSUKI No.1
N/A Obtained via Mitsuki Izumi's Rabbit Note
Tamaki Yotsuba Home 01.png
HOME TAMAKI No.1
N/A Obtained via Tamaki Yotsuba's Rabbit Note
Sogo Osaka Home 01.png
HOME SOGO No.1
N/A Obtained via Sogo Osaka's Rabbit Note
Nagi Rokuya Home 01.png
HOME NAGI No.1
N/A Obtained via Nagi Rokuya's Rabbit Note
Riku Nanase Home 01.png
HOME RIKU No.1
N/A Obtained via Riku Nanase's Rabbit Note
Gaku Yaotome Home 01.png
HOME GAKU No.1
N/A Obtained via Gaku Yaotome's Rabbit Note
Tenn Kujo Home 01.png
HOME TENN No.1
N/A Obtained via Tenn Kujo's Rabbit Note
Ryunosuke Tsunashi Home 01.png
HOME RYUNOSUKE No.1
N/A Obtained via Ryunosuke Tsunashi's Rabbit Note
Momo Home 01.png
HOME MOMO No.1
N/A Obtained via Momo's Rabbit Note
Yuki Home 01.png
HOME YUKI No.1
N/A Obtained via Yuki's Rabbit Note
Last Updated: July 24, 2018

To change the Card:

  • Go to the Members tab on the bottom tab- it's the middle button with the icon being a person with sparkles around them.
Members.png
  • Press the Card List button, you'll be greeted with a screen of all the cards you own.
  • Tap on the card you wish to put as your home screen (in this case it's Yamato's Connected Feelings card)
Home Screen Character0.png
  • Press the Set as Home button (HOMEに設定)
Home Screen Character1.png
  • 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.png
  • 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.
Live
This will appear once you press the 'Live' button on the bottom tab.
Live.png
  • This page is what is referred to as the Normal Lives.
  • As you progress through the Main Story, you will unlock more songs.
    As of August 22, 2019 there are 83 songs that can be played within the game. Full completion of Part 1 will unlock 11 songs, full completion of Part 2 will unlock 9 songs, full completion of Part 3 will unlock 12 songs, completion of Part 4 up until Chapter 12 will unlock 4 songs. Songs within the Special(特別曲) tab will unlock sometime in between those completions- which in total are 42 songs.
  • Difficulties within Normal Lives are 1* (Easy), 3* (Normal), 4* (Hard), and 7* (Expert).
    Life usage are as follows for each difficulties. 5 for Easy, 10 for Normal, 15 for Hard, and 20 for Expert.
    • Life is automatically recovered one(1) every three(3) minutes. So, the waiting time for each play if your Life was at zero would take- 15 minutes for Easy, 30 for Normal, 45 for Hard, and 60 for Expert.
    • Songs here are easier than their Event counterparts which are: 2* (Easy), 5* (Normal), 6* (Hard), and 8* (Expert).
  • Pudding Rush (the King Pudding, if it's asleep it's not active)
    • Instead of earning cadets for live drops, you'll be able to get pudding for the amount of time until the countdown below goes to 00:00!
  • Event Top
    • Will take you to the event page if there is an ongoing event.
  • The 一部曲(Part 1), 二部曲(Part 2), 三部曲(Part 3) 四部曲(Part 4), 特別曲(Special) buttons at the top
    • Button navigation for songs sorted by when you unlocked them in the story.
    • 特別曲(Special) songs. These are songs that don't fit into any of the above categories! Includes songs from the Anime and Solos!
  • Song's Attribute Pie Chart
    • This chart represents the percentage of the song’s attributes. If the song attribute matches the attribute of the unit it will raise the score significantly. Something to keep in mind when making teams and playing events where High Score plays a huge role in ranking!
  • (Global) Ranking
    • Your score ranking compared to other players.
  • Live Challenges
    • All song have their own challenges, if you complete these challenges you will gain; Gold, Friend Points, Stellar Stones, and Gacha Tickets. You can view these challenge requirements on the song's page- but the requirement is usually just Score, Combo, and amount of Plays requirement.
Playing Lives 101

After choosing which song you want to play at which difficulty at press the Next button. It will lead you to the Player support page.

Live Guide - 1 Support.png
  • The main unit's center card of other players can be used as a support card while playing songs.
  • If you use a Support card of someone your friends with, both the Center Skill and Appeal Skill of that card will activate during the song. This page is where the Friend mechanic of the game comes in.
    • If you're playing an Event, and you use a Friend's card that has Event Bonuses, those Event Bonuses will be applied to your play of that song.
  • Once you use a Friend as support, you can't reuse them for three(3) hours. They'll come back after the three(3) hours are up.
  • The amount of Friend Points you earn is fixed to 10 FP for Friends and 5 FP for guests. (This doesn't apply to Monday's Friend Lessons in the Daily Lessons.)
    • That same number of Friends Points will be given to the owner of the Support card used.
  • There is no option to play a song without a Support Card.

After picking a guest player or friend from the assist page,

Live Guide - 2 Start.png

Pick a team you want to play with. If you have any other teams, you can navigate to them by pressing the arrows off to the side.

  • I think, if you're playing an Event, the game will automatically make team for you of your strongest cards best used for that song. Big I think on that though.

If you press Start, you should get this screen.

Live Assists.pngLive Assists Translated.png

This screen shows the Live Assists. If this doesn't show up for you, press the yellow button that says ライブアシスト(Live Assist) and make the checkmark at the top right grey.

After all that press Start and you will start playing the song.

Live Guide - 3 Live.png
While making this guide, I have come to a realization that it is quite frankly,
impossible to take screenshots while playing a song- so this is the best we're getting.
  • There are four places where the notes come from and in those four places is a note hit box. Tap the note hit box when the note reaches the center. "What happens if you don't hit it in the center" We're getting to that.
  • There are four type of notes in IDOLiSH7's rhythm game. Silver, Red, Green, and Blue. If notes are connected by a line, then you have to do that action of that note at the same time on them.
    • Silver Notes are your regular Tapping Notes- you just tap them when they reach the center.
    • Red Notes are Flick Notes. Flick them in any direction you prefer when they reach the center. These are the bane of i7 players existence.
    • Green Notes are Hold Notes. Press them when the first ball reaches the center and let go when the second ball reaches the center.
    • Blue Notes are Sliding Notes. Press when the first ball reaches the center and slide in the direction of the light, when the second ball reaches the center let go.
  • Tapping grade. Your given a grade on how great you are at tapping notes in the center of the hit box.
    • The grade in IDOLiSH7's rhythm game are as follow from Well to Not Well. PERFECT, GOOD, BAD, and MISS.
  • If you're able to make consecutive PERFECT and GOOD grade on your notes, you'll earn a COMBO.
  • The higher your combo count is, the better. There's a chance you'll enter FEVER MODE. Which will change how the screen looks- from not colorful, to colorful rainbow mode, to MV Mode. These modes will increase the Score of the notes you hit.
    • You will still get the nice score up even if you have MVs off.
  • If you combo every note with a GOOD or better, you'll get a Full Combo.
  • If you combo every note with only PERFECTS, you'll get a Perfect Combo.
  • The thing at the bottom, the C-B-A-S-SS thing, is your score grade.
  • At the end of the song, you can earn rewards from Kinako Challenges as stated earlier.

If you press the pause button up in the top right corner, from top to bottom you'll see

  • Song Title
  • Song Artist
  • Music Volume Adjuster
  • Tap Volume Adjuster
  • Skill Activate Volume Adjuster

The farther the adjuster is on Right, the louder the volume will be.

Pressing the ? スキル button will show you what the timer of each Appeal Skill looks like. More on Appeal Skill in the Appeal Skills collapsible which can be found by Navigation Tab > Members > Card Interface > Appeal Skill.

  • Pressing the Blue Button on this screen will resume the live with a three(3) second countdown
  • Pressing the Pink Button will quit the live. If you press this, a pop up saying "Are you sure you want to quit this live?" will show up. Press the pink button again if you want to quit the live or press the X button on the side to bring you back to the pause screen.
    • Unlike other games, the LP you used on the Live will not go away. So, feel free to quit as many times as you need as you're only wasting your time and Gold if you used any Live Assist
      • Speaking of Live Assist, if you used any and quit the live, you won't get back the Gold you used on the Live Assist.
Live Results.png
......

A few things can happen once you a finish a song.

  • You Rank Up
    • More information on that in the Home Screen collapsible above.
  • Drops. Mainly puddings and attribute tokens.
  • Your cards level up or gain experience depending on how you did.
  • Trust (commonly called Affection) will raise up on all of your cards.
  • You get to send a friend request to the person you used as support (If they weren't your friend before)
    • Blue button won't send them a friend request and the Pink button will.
Story
Story.pngStory (Chapter View).png

To access the Chapter Navigation of a Part, tap the screen on the Part you wish to view. Use the arrows on the side to go forwards or backwards.

  • Main Story: Obtained by fulfilling certain requirements, fully voiced.
  • Special Story: Obtained via Special campaigns, sometimes voiced, most not.
  • Event Story: Obtained by unlocking in their respective Events, not voiced.

Regarding all stories

  • Will give you 10 Experience for your Rank and 500 Gold upon completing a segment.
  • May give you a singular Gacha Ticket. Not all chapters do this, only some.
  • Has a little Kinako drawing at the bottom.

Regarding Story Live Bookmarks

  • In Part 2 and onwards, the unlocking story system changed a bit. Now in order to progress the story you need to complete that Story Live requirements which will earn you bookmarks, you only need two bookmarks to unlock the segment.
    • It's not required to get all three bookmarks as you only need two to progress. You don't get anything special for getting all of them. Actually, you don't get anything at all.
  • A story live costs 30 LP at first, but once you get two bookmarks it will cost 15 LP.
  • You can't play the Story Live with a Support card.
Story Live Requirements
Japanese Text Translation
しおり[XXX]枚所持 Obtain [XXX] bookmarks
[XXX]回ライブをプレイ Play the song [XXX] amount of times
SCORE[XXX]以上 Get a Score of [XXX] from the song
MISSを[XXX]回以内 Get less than [XXX] Misses from the song
COMBO[XXX]回以上 Obtain a combo of [XXX] from the song
コンボ[XXX]回以上 Obtain a combo of [XXX] from the song
[XXXX]から[XXX]人以上必ずいれてプレイ Have [XXX] member from [XXXX] on your team while playing the Story Live
(This can be any character from the unit stated.)
指定されたグループのメンバーを必ずいれてプレイ([XX]から[XXX]人以上) Play the Story Live with [XXX] members of [XX] on your team
(This can be any character from the unit stated.)
指定されたメンバーを必ずいれてプレイ ( [XXX] ) Play the Story Live with any of the following members on your team; [XXX].
[XXX]を必ずいれてプレイ Have [XXX] on your team while playing the Story Live
Last Updated: August 25, 2019
Members
This is the longest section of the Master Guide,
so be prepared to be bombed with information and collapsibles.
Members.png

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.png

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).pngBeat (icon).pngMelody (icon).png
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.gif
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.png
  • 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.png
  • Press the Set as Home button (HOMEに設定)
Home Screen Character1.png
  • 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.png
  • 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)
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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 TV 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.png
Rabbit Chat.png

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.png

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.png

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.png

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.

Tsumugi Wallpaper

IDOLiSH7 Wallpaper

TRIGGER 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 RabiTV Icon.png
Rabbit TV.png

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
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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.png
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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.
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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.

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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.

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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
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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.
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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.

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

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Members Tab
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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
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....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.png
  • Fave Lock Fave Lock Icon.png
  • On your home screen Home Screen Icon.png
  • Whether the card feature is
    • Rabbit Chats Rabbit Chat Icon.png
    • Rabbit TVs RabiTV Icon.png
  • On a team (the pink banner) Team Banner.png
    • 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
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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
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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 / Awakening
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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 Awaken 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
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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".

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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: Shout Heart.png
  • Beat Heart: Beat Heart.png
  • Melody Heart: Melody Heart.png

"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.png

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
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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
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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
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  • 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.

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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.
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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.
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  • 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
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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.png

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.
Audition
Limited Audition.png
See Audition for a list of Card Sets in IDOLiSH7

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
  • Stellar Stone.png 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..
  • Stellar Stone.png 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.
  • Gacha Ticket.png 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.png An example of all three buttons
Discount
  • Stellar Stone.png 5 Stellar Stones will Scout you one(1) card
    • This is also sometimes refereed to as Solo Scout, Solo, ect..
  • Stellar Stone.png 50 Stellar Stones will Scout you eleven(11) cards
    • This is also sometimes refereed to as Group Scouts, 10+1, etc.
  • Gacha Ticket.png 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.png 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.png
  • 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.png
  • 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.
  • Gacha Ticket.png 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.png
  • 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.png
  • 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.
    • Friend Point.png 100 Friend Points will Scout you one(1) card
    • Friend Point.png 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.png
  • 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.png
  • 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)
  • Gacha Ticket.png 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.png

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.png
  • 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.png

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.png

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.png
  • 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.png

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.png

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.

Shop
Shop.png

This is what you'll see when you press the Shop button. There are a lot of buttons here!!

  • Stellar Stone.png Stellar Stone: Pressing the Stellar Stone icon will bring up a screen where you can buy Stellar Stones with real money. Pressing the button that's not icon will tell your current Stellar Stone count. Top is telling your Paid Stellar Stones count and the bottom is telling your Free Stellar Stones count. A guide on how to buy Stellar Stones for both iOS and Android is under the Other Important Stuff tab!!
    • Pressing the Stellar Stone icon itself, will bring up a screen where you have to input your birthday first, as there is a spending limit of how many you can buy per month.
      • If you're under 16 you can only buy 5,400 Yen worth of Stellar Stones per month. (220 Stellar Stones)
      • If you're 16-20 you can only buy 21,600 Yen worth of Stellar Stones per month. (880 Stellar Stones)
      • If you're over 20 there is no limit.
  • Life: Pressing the Life icon itself will bring up a screen where you can replenish your Life/LP with Stellar Stones!
    • You won't be able to replenish your life if your life bar is full.
  • The Bag: This will bring up three buttons, where you can increase your storage with Stellar Stones.
    • Pink Button: Will increase your storage in your Card List
    • Green Button: ?
    • Blue Button: Will increase your storage for you Rabbit Hall items.
  • King Pudding: This will bring up two buttons, these buttons are related to Events!!
    • Orange Button: Pressing this will allow you to claim any Ranking rewards you've gotten from an event if you haven't collected them yet!
    • Green Button: Pressing this will allow you to access a Clearing House from a past event if you haven't used all your items yet!
Rabbit Hall

To be written at a later point.

 

Other Important Stuff

What's in this tab:

  • Other Important Stuff
    • Items
      • How to Buy Stellar Stones with Real Money (Guide)
    • Redeeming Serial Codes
    • Nanakore
    • Events
    • Birthday
Items
There are many items within the games. Here's a list of the important ones.
List of Items
Item Image Usage How to Acquire
Stellar Stone.png
Stellar Stone
  • Used for scouting new cards in the Rare Audition (amount depends)
  • Recovers LIFE for three(3) if LIFE is depleted
  • Increase storage space for Card List, Waiting Room, and Rabbit Hall Items with three(3).
  • Increase nodes in Rabbit Notebook
  • Etc.
  • Bought with real money (Guide Below)
  • Login Bonus
  • Live Challenges
  • Point rewards in events
  • Aikotobas
  • Special Campaign rewards (Songs hit the rankings, live bonuses, etc.)
  • Etc.
Gacha Ticket.png
Gacha Ticket
  • Guarantees a singular scout of an SR rarity or higher for five(5) in the Rare Audition
  • Login Bonus (25th of every month)
  • Live Challenges (Completion of all Expert live challenges)
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
  • Aikotobas
  • Special Campaign rewards (Songs hit the rankings, live bonuses, etc.)
  • Etc.
Friend Point.png
Friend Point
  • Used for scouting new cards in the Friend Point Audition (amount depends)
  • Login Bonus
  • Friend Assist
  • Live Challenges
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
  • Aikotobas
  • Etc.
Scout Point.png
Scout Point
  • Buying a card from the Scout Catalog
  • Buying furniture for Rabbit Hall
  • Increase nodes in Rabbit Notebook
  • Scouting in the Rare Audition (amount given is always 10)
  • Selling Cards (amount given depends)
Gold.png
Gold
  • Idolizing cards of all rarities
  • Practicing cards of all rarities
  • Using Live Assists
  • Login Bonus
  • Live Challenges
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
  • Selling Cards (amount given depends)
  • Aikotobas
  • Etc.
Kinako Bread.png
Kinako Bread
  • Regaining 20 LIFE upon use

Expires whenever the event gained in ends, cannot save.

  • Rewards in events
Nanakore.png
Nanakore
  • Getting one card of that Nanakore's set
  • Special campaign rewards
  • Events if featured
Puchinanakore.png
Puchinanakore
  • Getting a Puchinana of that Puchinanakore's set
  • Special campaign rewards
  • Events if featured
Headphones.png Training Shoes.png Practice Jersey.png Music Sheets.png
Rabbit Note items
  • Increase nodes in Rabbit Notebook
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
Shout Soul 1*.png Melody Soul 1*.png Beat Soul 1*.png
Attribute Tokens
  • Special Training cards
  • Increase nodes in Rabbit Notebook
  • Daily Lessons
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
Double Sharp 1*.png Double Sharp 2*.png Double Sharp 3*.png
Character Tokens
  • Special Training cards
  • Increase nodes in Rabbit Notebook
  • Daily Lessons
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
Idol Heart.png Shout Heart.png Melody Heart.png Beat Heart.png
Idol Hearts
  • Idolizing SSR cards to UR
    • 50 for the Attribute ones
    • 7 for the rainbow colored one
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
Idol Soul.png
Idol Soul
  • Special Training UR cards (10)
  • Point/Exchange rewards in events
Last Updated: May 4, 2020
How to Buy Stellar Stones with Real Money

You probably want to read both guides as the iOS guide has more information than the Android guide.
These two guides were written by two different people.

iOS

Written by Natsushi yamatonikaidos

Things you need

  • A Japanese Apple account. You have to have one in order to download the game anyways. That Apple account is connected to the game, so I don't believe it will work if you use a non-Japanese Apple account? I'm not entirely sure actually.
    • You may be asked to input your password a few times while doing this entire process. It's for security stuff!
  • A Japanese iTunes gift card. You can buy these on various online sites, however the one that I used is JapanCodeSupply. I got my code within the first few minutes of me purchasing it and it worked so, I like it.
    • Once you buy one of those, you have to insert the code into your Japanese Apple account.
      • To do that on your iOS phone-, go to the App Store (Blue), Updates, the person icon at the top right- if you added an icon to your account that will show here, Sign out if you're currently not on your Japanese Apple account and then login to that, once you're signed in press Redeem Gift Card or Code, insert your code and then press Redeem. You should get a screen that says it was successful if you did it correctly! Press done after you're done inputting codes.

At this point you could choose to spend your credit on other things. Buy songs from the jpn iTunes store or buy premium currency in another game. But since this is a guide on how to kakin in i7, go into i7!

  • Once you're in i7, you could either go to the Shop and press the Stellar Stone icon or press the plus sign (+) next to your Stellar Stone count at the top.
    • You will be asked to input your birthday here if you haven't put it in yet. Why is this here? There's a spending limit of how many Stellar Stones you can buy per month. For the record, you don't get anything on your birthday currently after inputting this.
      • If you're under 16 you can only buy 5,400 Yen worth of Stellar Stones per month. (220 Stellar Stones)
      • If you're 16-20 you can only buy 21,600 Yen worth of Stellar Stones per month. (880 Stellar Stones)
      • If you're over 20 there is no limit.
    • There's going to be a scroll down I believe if you have to insert it in. If you see 20XX that's going to be the year, if you see a scroll down that goes all the way to 12 that's going to be the month and if you see a scroll down that goes all the way to 31 that's going to be the day.
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After that you will see a screen like this!! These are the amount of Stellar Stones you will gain and the amount it will cost. For example, if you were to press the 40 Stellar Stone button it would cost 1200 Yen- roughly $12. Pick your desired amount! However do note that there is a spending limit depending on how old you are.

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Once you press your desired amount- you will see a screen like this. How many Stellar Stones you're going to gain and how much it will cost plus your current Stellar Stone count and how much you will have after the transaction.

  • The X Button off to the side will cancel
  • The Pink button will continue the transaction
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After pressing the pink button you will see a screen like this, press Purchase and it will prompt you to input your password- it's for security.

  • Press Cancel and it will cancel the transaction

After that, you will get a Loading screen and either of these two screens.

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And that's all you have to do in order to buy Stellar Stones for iOS!

Android

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Things you need

  • What you will first need is pretty simple, a Google Play account. Every Android device that I am aware of required one just to boot up the device and purchase apps both free and paid.
  • Once you have that covered you will either need to a) buy a regular old (not Japanese) Google Play card and hook it to your account or b) hook your debit or credit card (debit recommended) to your account.

With that you're pretty much good to go, just hit the + button next to your Stellar Stone count to access the menu where your options of 3, 10, 20, 160, 110, and 220 stones are presented to you, select your desired amount. You should be presented with a pop-up telling you how many stones will gain, click the only button outside of the close button. Next will bring up the Google Play tap-to-buy menu, tap the green button and your payment will begin to process. After that you should get a window that is telling you it went through and your stellar stone count should have gone up accordingly.

Redeeming Serial Codes

These can also be obtained multiple ways, but they involve buying the item that it is bundled with. For example, the special Tenn and Riku cards drawn by Arina-sensei were both bundled in the manga and novel when they were released. Sometimes magazines also have present codes. CDs are another way to obtain them; for example the MEZZO"'s Koi no Kakera CD contains a special present code for a special card! Either way you will have to buy the actual item that is associated with it.

How Redeem Serial Codes
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First you must go on the official website. The present code box is to the side circled in red.

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When you get to the page you must enter in some information. The first option is the campaign box, which is basically asking “Where did you get this code from?”

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Now you must give your Game ID (there’s a tutorial on how to do so on the page itself) and the present code you have obtained. Then just confirm and if all of the info is correct it will be rewarded to you in-game via mailbox!

Nanakore
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Owned Items: This isn’t used very much nowadays but these are where items like the Nanakore are kept.

  • The first is item is the Nanakore
  • The second is the Puchinanakore
  • The third is items like Kinako Bread which gives 20 LP (Kinako Katsudon? in this case... It does the same thing). These items are only available until that event is over. You can't save it in the mailbox.
How to use a Nanakore/Puchinanakore

Press the Pink button off to the side that says Accept.

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You will then be greeted with the Nanakore's content.

  • This image is the contents of what was in the 3,000,000 download celebration. You had to do a 100 Paid Stellar Stone pull in a paid audition in order to get it and it could only be attained from May 17, 2019 to May 27, 2019. It also expires on November 17, 2019- Normally Nanakores don't expire, but this one is an exception.

Tap on the card you want to obtain. Do note that the Nanakore will go away as it has been used.

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You will then be given a screen like this. It shows the card's base stats plus the stats it gets when fully special trained.

  • Back in the upper right corner will take you back to the first screen where you can reselect your choice.
  • The pink button will confirm your choice.
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You will then be given a screen like this. It shows the card you're going to get and the your Nanakore count after you obtain it.

  • Pressing the Blue button will put you back on the stats screen.
  • The pink button will confirm your choice.
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Congratulations you have now used your Nanakore.

Events
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Example of an Event Banner
  • Events are special periods of time with center-themed cards.
  • They happen at random- they used to happened once per month, however they now happen usually after an event has already ended with no breaks in between.
  • Events usually last up to 8 to 10 days max.
  • Sometimes the cards released before the Event has special features that come with them
    • Special Sound Effects, Event Bonuses, ect.
  • Events follow a ranking system where the lower you are rank wise the more special the stuff you can get. You'll only earn the items you earned at your end rank.
  • Besides from the ranking system, there are also set point rewards (such as UR items and Pudding) that you gain at different point tiers.

For more information about Events see the Event Guide

Birthday
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  • A character-only gacha that will include a new birthday card of that year.
    • Tenn and Riku have separate birthday gachas despite being born on the same day (July 9)
  • Past birthday cards are available as SRs for pick up in the Scout Catalog.
    • Birthday URs were introduced in 2019. As 2019 has not passed yet, we currently don't know how Birthday URs will come back.
  • A special login bonus that lasts for five days, all days you will get 5 Stellar Stones. Equaling to 25 Stellar Stones if received of all days.
    • Tenn and Riku have separate login bonuses despite being born on the same day (July 9)
  • Introducing in 2018, character birthday items and an Usamimi Puchinana of that character are available in the Hall Shop when the character-only gacha goes live.

For more information about Birthdays see Birthdays

For the record, even though you do input your Birthday when you first purchase Stellar Stones, the player doesn't get special rewards for their birthday.

 

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