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Roar Jukebox is the battle pass equivalent in Reverse: 1999. Complete tasks during the event period to raise Decibel levels and earn rich rewards. The paid track is called the Deluxe Edition, which can be purchased for $9.99 USD or $14.99 USD to increase Decibel Level by 10 and get additional rewards. This second edition is called "The Genius's Holiday", and features Matilda's exclusive Truth Behind the Deep Red.
- Start: January 18, 2024 at 4:59:59 AM (UTC-5)
- End: February 26, 2024 at 4:59:49 AM (UTC-5)
Roar Jukebox Lore
A weird machine that roars. You can get various rewards for completing its tasks. The higher the Decibel Level, the more the rewards. A mysterious machine once introduced but soon removed from the Mane Bank. No one can predict when or where it would appear. Because the rewards for listening to the CDs of Roar Jukebox are incomparable, even if its "music" is strident, some arcanists still spent half a lifetime searching for it.
Recently, complaint letters on some "unbearable noise" in the Foundation have filled the official Phenomenon Box, taking about a capricious jukebox which caused all the tumultuous nights. Some of them sound rather excited compared to the bothered ones as they have been generously rewarded by the annoying noise, and thus they are eager to meet the jukebox again. More claim this is only chaos deliberately made by the Goodbye to Good Night Club.
The jukebox is now on the investigation list of the FoundationReverse: 1999 in-game 'The UTTU Interview' story
A weird machine that roars. You can get various rewards for completing its tasks.
Every time the event is available, the normal edition will be unlocked by default. You can purchase the Collector's Edition or the Deluxe Edition to unlock better rewards.
The event has a different theme every time it is held. You can purchase the Collector's Edition and level it up to Lv.30 to get the limited garment of the issue; if you purchase the Deluxe Edition, you can even increase the Decibel Level by 10 immediately, get the limited portrait of the issue, along with Clear Drops, Picrasma Candies, and other rewards.Reverse: 1999 in-game Tutorial
The higher the Decibel Level, the more the rewards.
You can complete the tasks to increase the Decibel Level and win abundant rewards.
Daily tasks renew at 05:00 every day while weekly tasks at 05:00 every Monday (UTC-5).
The EXP can you can reach weekly is 10000. Once the Decibel Level reaches the cap of the event, you can no longer receive EXP from any tasks.Reverse: 1999 in-game Tutorial
When the event is over, unlocked but unclaimed rewards will be sent to your mailbox, and the mail will expire in 7 days, so please claim them in time.Reverse: 1999 in-game Tutorial
Purchasing Roar Jukebox
Note: Not including the free rewards, we get from the “Normal Edition” path
- Dust = 375,000
- Sharpodonty = 180,000
- Enlighten II = 150
- Brief Cacophony = 25
- Purple Casket = 9
- Blue Casket = 6
- Unilog = 3
- Moment of Dissonance = 20
- Crystal Casket = 1
- Thoughts of Entirety = 70
- Gluttony = 1
Tip: If you purchased this month's Roar Jukebox: The Genius's Holiday you will have an equivalent advantage of 32 days of gameplay progress as compared to a free-to-play player. Credit to @iamrivenous for such info.
In conclusion, opting for Roar Jukebox's paid versions offers significant advantages, providing five times more Sharpodonty and Dust. The free version demands considerable time and Picrasma Candy to farm the equivalent rewards, though it does offer high-level materials through the Free Insight Casket and Resonate materials via the Crystal Casket to enhance character battle prowess.
Choosing between the Collector's Edition and Deluxe Edition involves considering personal preferences. The Collector's Edition, priced at $9.99 USD, includes exclusive skins for Matilda, while the Deluxe Edition, priced at $14.99 USD, provides additional benefits such as an instant Roar Jukebox level increase, a limited exclusive portrait, 400 Clear Drop, and 5 Picrasma Candy. The 400 Clear Drop can be used for summons or anything else you fancy (Wilderness islands, activity points, etc.), making the Deluxe Edition more appealing for those seeking both cosmetic and in-game advantages.
Ultimately, the paid options offers substantially more items compared to the free version. But, throughout the past months we have always stated that this game is free-to-play friendly and you can beat all in-game challenges without spending a time. The choice is yours to make, to spend money buying the Roar Jukebox or be a free-to-play player, both is fine.