The Gacha is the primary way of obtaining new Cookies, their Soulstones, Costumes and Treasures. To use the Gacha, players must spend either Crystals or special Gacha items. The Gacha functions as a roulette, drawing rewards from the available pool of rewards at random.
Mileage Points are given for each pull from these Gachas and can be spent at the Mileage Shop on Cookie Soulstones or various items, such as 800 XP Star Jellies, Speed-Ups, Arena Tickets and Treasure Tickets. Mileage Points are also given whenever either a Cookie or a Treasure that is at maximum promotion or has enough Soulstones or copies to reach maximum promotion is drawn. Duplicate Common Soulstones give 6 Mileage Points, Rare Soulstones give 15 Mileage Points, Epic Soulstones give 40 Mileage Points, and Legendary/Ancient Soulstones give 60 Mileage Points. For getting a maxed treasure from a Treasure Pull, you would get 4 Mileage Points. So, for drawing duplicate maxed Cookies, you would get 120 for a Common, 300 for a Rare, 800 for an Epic, and 1200 for a Legendary/Ancient.
Cookies cost 300 Crystals per draw and allow tenfold draws for a price of 3000 Crystals. Aside from the permanent Gachas, there are also Featured Gachas that present "Chance UP!"s for specific Cookies, often reserved for newly-released Cookies while costing the same as the standard Cookie Gacha.
The Cookie Gacha has a "pity" guarantee system in place, where one Cookie of any rarity is guaranteed every ten draws. For Epic Cookies, one Epic Cookie is guaranteed every 100 draws. Legendary/Ancient Gachas have something similar, allowing players to get one of them after 250 draws (Ex. Nether-Gacha, Tide Shard Gacha, and Frost Crystal Gacha).
The Costume Gacha is unlocked after clearing Stage 2-13 in World Exploration and completing Mont Blanc Cookie's quest that appears afterwards. It is where players can spend Rainbow Cubes to draw Costumes.
Costumes cost 300 Rainbow Cubes per draw, and can be drawn as either singles or groups of 5. Alongside the banner, a Special Gacha banner may run, featuring a number of costumes that have an increased chance of being drawn. There is currently no special item that allows a player to draw a Costume without spending Rainbow Cubes.
Drawing a duplicate Costume grants a small number of Rainbow Crystals based on the Costume's rarity. These can be spent in the Rainbow Crystal Shop, located in the Costume Gacha, where any Epic Costume can be purchased for the price of 100 Rainbow Crystals. Duplicate Common Costumes grant 1 Rainbow Crystal, Rare Costumes grant 2 Rainbow Crystals, and Epic costumes grant 5 Rainbow Crystals.
Treasures cost 200 Crystals per draw and allow fivefold draws for the price of 1000 Crystals. Treasure Tickets can be used to substitute for the cost.
The Daily Gift is a type of Gacha that can only be opened for free every twenty-four hours and can not be opened by the player using any type of Currency.
The Daily Gift is unlocked once you start a new game and currently has no featured banners.
The Daily Gift can be used to obtain Common and Rare Cookie soulstones, Toppings and EXP Star Jellies without using any type of Currency. It is possible to gain Mileage Points from getting soulstones of cookies that are already promoted to the highest grade possible.
Draw Cutscene Hints
The Cookies that appear in draw cutscene for the Cookie Gacha will depend on the contents of the player's Draw, especially when using the Draw 10 option. If GingerBrave appears alone, then the draw will contain at either only soulstones or at most one Cookie of any rarity. If Strawberry Cookie appears, then at least two Cookies of any rarity will be drawn. If Wizard Cookie appears, then the draw contains at least three or more Cookies, albeit at Rare and less; If Custard Cookie III and Clover Cookie appear instead, then one of these Cookies will be at least Epic+ Rarity.
If the Witch’s eyes flash red and she stirs the batter aggressively, it means that the draw will Rare Cookies. If the Witch’s eyes sparkle and the background becomes pink instead, then the draw contains at least one Epic+ Cookie or more. The cookie cutters that fly into the air also indicate how many Epic+ Cookies are drawn, based on how many of them are rainbow-colored instead of gray. Additionally, in the reveal of an Epic+ Cookie, the color of the Cookie that spins out of the oven at the end of the cutscene reveals the Rarity. A purple-pink gradient means that the Cookie is Epic, a purple-yellow gradient means that it is a Super Epic, a green-blue gradient means that it is Legendary, a dark purple colour with a galactic texture means that it is Ancient.
In the Costume Gacha, players can determine the highest rarity of any unowned Costumes drawn based on the clothes show in the front window of the store. Replicas of Mint Choco Cookie, Custard Cookie III and Blackberry Cookie's default clothes can be seen if the player draws a new Rare Costume, while in the case of a new Epic Costume draw, replicas of Cocoa Cookie's Enchanted Waltz, Cheesecake Cookie's Party Royale and Sparkling Cookie's Star Guest costumes are shown instead. Additionally, Mont Blanc Cookie's expression after peeking out from behind the sewing mannequin also indicates the highest rarity of any Costumes drawn, whether unowned or duplicate; basic clapping with stars shooting out can confirm no Rare+ draws, widened sparkling pink eyes confirm a Rare draw, while an angelic leap confirms an Epic draw.
Any update that releases a usable Cookie, Costume or Treasure will inevitably change most of these values, so please change them accordingly if possible.
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|*Most Epic Cookies' Soulstones are available. New Epic Cookies become available approx. 2 major updates after their release.|