Rerolling methods

While the game has a Guest account system (on mobile, not on PC Client), deleting the cache isn't working and your guest account is saved. Still, thankfully the salted email known from other games works really well here and we suggest using it instead.

Salted emails

Important! Google email accounts are highly recommended for rerolling. This is because Gmail accounts can abuse the salt system, which basically allows you to use the same e-mail multiple times for registration.

To use a salted email, you add a +anything between the name and the @gmail portion of your e-mail address. For example, if your gmail account name is, a salted e-mail would be

The string behind the . (dot) can be any letters or numbers of any length. Still, to easily keep track of rerolled accounts, we recommend using numbers. Any e-mails sent to a salted e-mail will be redirected to the email without the salt used.

If you want to optimize your rerolling, you can combine the method with multi-instances using emulators. You can download LDplayer from the link below and by using it you're supporting Prydwen!

And here's the link to the APK:

Reroll process

The reroll in Archeland is quite long as this is a Tactical RPG, so the game tries to teach you all the important mechanics. Overall, it takes around 20-25 minutes per one reroll, which is way above the industry average.

Once you finish the tutorial, the game will ask you to do a 10-pull on a newbie banner:

Newbie banner

The banner guarantees you one of 3 SSR while doing the 10-pull. We don't know if you can get more than 1 SSR from the newbie banner.

Now, let's talk about the three characters you can get there:


As you can see looking at the ratings, all three characters are really good and it's more about choosing your favorite Pokemon than getting the best one.

Still, considering the elemental wheel, it's best to build an early team that covers all the elements, so you don't get stuck in a stage. But before we start going in-depth about the three, there's an important thing we need to cover first.

Overall, in Archeland you will obtain three starter N rarity characters that are actually decent early-game and as you rank them up (which is easy as you get materials to do it from progressing in the campaign) become one of the best characters in the game. The three characters are:


The three characters cover three main roles: Warrior (Lightning), Tank (Fire) and Priest (Light) and majority of F2P players will keep them always in their teams. Considering that you can bring 5 (initially, later it's 6 in some modes) characters with you to a stage, this leaves you with 2 free spots.

The game will also give you a free copy of Clarice (and her unique weapon) from the newbie missions, and she's a Fire Assassin that's among the best characters in her class.

She doubles down on the Fire element in your team, but Belet is a Tank, and Clarice a DPS, so there's no conflict there. Still, keep in mind that it might take 7-14 days to obtain Clarice, so don't count her into your early game progression team.

Now that we have the characters everyone will get out of the way, let's go back to our 3 Pokemons.

  • Sieghard (Fire Warrior) - a great damage dealer than can heal himself and convert buffs into debuffs on enemies,
  • Lina (Water Mage) - a damage dealer/CC hybrid that can control the battlefield. She also is one of the strongest Water element characters in the game and you're lacking this element in the starter team.
  • Nola (Lightning Mage) - another mage, but with Lightning element this time. She is very RNG based as Crit is everything for her and also she has the highest range in the game, which means she can stay safely far away from the frontlines and rain destruction on the enemies.

Please check their reviews for more information about them.

Who to aim for?

Now, this really depends if you also want to reroll for another character from one of the rate-up banners available on release.

Thankfully, no matter when you start playing the game, Charlotte and Erica's banners will be available to you - this means getting Charlotte is much much easier. And trust me, without her you sometimes feel like you're playing the game on a higher difficulty.

Charlotte is the main reroll target for those that want to play seriously in the KR version, and honestly any of the three SSR available on the newbie banner pairs well with her. Even Lina, despite both of them having the same element.

Still, the game will just give you a 10-pull from pre-register rewards, and this combined with 2% rates translates to a lot of painful hours to just get Charlotte. Keep in mind that both the newbie banner and character banner use the same currency, so if you reroll for Charlotte, you have to postpone pulling on the newbie banner.

Is it worth? She's for sure a one of the most overpowered characters in the game, but if you're just trying out the game in KR region before it comes to Global next year, just play with what you get. Compared to other games, the starter characters can carry you to the endgame.