Luck Stat Explained | Attack on Titan Tactics

This article is about Luck stat in Attack on Titan Tactics. Read on for the explanation on how Luck works.

What is Luck?

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Luck is a unit stat that multiplies the Money obtained and adds it to the total Money reward after you finish a stage.

Luck varies depending on the rarity of a unit. The higher the luck, the more Money reward you will get.

How Luck Works

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  • You can only obtain bonus Money when your unit has Luck greater than 0.
  • Only the Luck Stat of the leader will be multiplied to the Money you get in a stage.
  • Computation: Money reward + (Money reward x Luck Percentage) = Total Money Obtained. To get the luck percentage, move 2 decimal points of the Luck stat to the left. For example, 1500 Luck is equals to 15% Luck percentage.
  • Your Luck will increase permanently, when you get the Souls of a character. Once you get a duplicate of a character, it will automatically convert into souls.

Unit Luck Stat

Rarity Starting Luck Maximum Luck
3 Star 0 (0%) 500 (5%)
4 star 700 (7%) 1700 (17%)
5 Star 1500 (15%) 5000 (50%)
6 Star 5000 (50%) 10000 (100%)

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