Disney Sorcerer’s Arena is the latest RPG to feature a whole host of Disney characters from all across the cinematic universe, following Disney Heroes: Battle Mode. You can play as any of a huge variety of characters, from heroes and villains of the classic movies (Snow White, Cinderella, etc) all the way up to Pixar characters.
Characters range in rarity from one star all the way up to five, six, or even seven stars, and even outside of the star ratings, some are a higher tier than others due to rarity, battle prowess, and other reasons.
Read on for a guide on how to reroll for rarer, and/or high-tier characters in Disney’s Sorcerer’s Arena!
At the beginning of the game, you’ll go through the tutorial, and as you go through it, you’ll summon a number of characters through the opening of chests. You’ll end up with a minimum of five characters, tokens for other characters, and possibly even more depending on how many summons you decide to do.
You don’t have to keep the ones you don’t like, though. You can reroll for better characters.
To do this, all that you have to do is delete the game, and then reinstall it. When you delete it, you delete any data that isn’t linked to a Facebook or Game Center account. Make sure to unlink your Game Center just in case.
Now, reinstall the game, go through the tutorial again, and then roll when it comes to that part of the tutorial.
If you want to reroll after that, you can either do that right after the initial roll, or you can let the tutorial complete and then unlock every possible chest.
This includes anything that you can afford with the free gems that you get, or free chests, or campaign chests that you can get with coins.
How many times can you do this? As many as you want to, and as many as you have patience for. The tutorial is rather long, but if you don’t mind going through it again, you can reroll as many times as you want.
When it comes to who you should go for, initial rarity should not be taken into account. It doesn’t matter if a character starts out with one-star, or five-stars.
Even though different characters have different star rarities to begin with, literally any character can be promoted all the way up to the 7-star tier. All that you have to do is earn their tokens, and then use their tokens to promote them.
So who should you reroll for? That’s up to you, but here is our tier list of top-tier characters:
Ariel, hero from The Little Mermaid (the best healer in the game – increases the health of all characters with her leader skill, and has a Heal All special ability)
Mor’Du, villain from Brave (top-notch single-target damage dealer)
Shan Yu, villain from Mulan (top-notch damage dealer, mostly single target but with strong AoE and Debuff skills)
The Horned King, villain from The Black Cauldron (the best AoE damage dealer in the game)
The Manticore, supporting hero from Onward (best tank in the game)
Aladdin, hero from Aladdin (fast assassin-like damage dealer with self-healing and debuffing abilities)