How to Get More Rolls in Mudae

Catching “waifus” and “husbandos” is the main order of business for the Discord bot known as Mudae. The bot gives you chances to roll for characters, which you must then claim to add to your harem. However, rolls are limited, and you don’t get many.

How to Get More Rolls in Mudae

If you want to get more rolls, you can do a few things, including obtaining some items and commands that can help you increase the chances of getting better characters. We’ll also answer a couple of questions regarding claiming on Mudae.

How to Get More Rolls in Mudae

There are a few different methods to increase the number of available rolls in Mudae. Most of them don’t require anything other than time. The only exception is when you subscribe for Premium Mudae.

Change Game Mode

First, instead of playing on “game mode one,” you should switch to “game mode two.” By default, all servers are running the first game mode. To change it, you must type “$gamemode 2”.

Alternatively, you can create a new instance in your server specifically for playing “game mode two” only. That way, you can enjoy both game modes.

“Game mode two” doesn’t increase your rolls, but it allows you to limit the characters you want from them. There are four commands which tell Mudae what types of characters you want to get from rolls:

  • “$wa” for waifus from anime and manga.
  • “$ha” for husbandos from anime and manga.
  • “$wg” for waifus from video games.
  • “$hg” for husbandos from video games.

To only get the most popular characters, the ones who have high ranks, you can use the “$limroul 1 1 1 1” command to set the minimum number of characters every time you roll. The limit doesn’t mean you’ll roll characters that are only above rank 7,000 or rank 4,000 for waifus and husbandos, respectively. With the limiter on, you’ll have a bigger chance of rolling the highest-ranked husbandos and waifus.

If you want to roll every single available character, then you can type “$limroul” on its own and check the numbers below. By setting it to a very low rank, you have the chance of rolling less popular characters.

Better rolls translate to using fewer rolls in the long run. You’re targeting a specific range of waifus and husbandos, and the command cuts off any undesirable ones. In the end, it’s up to you as to how much you want to limit the roll’s roulette.

Spend Kakera on Kakera Badges

Kakera is the currency players use to purchase items. Among the most important things you can buy are the various Kakera Badges. These badges are crucial for getting more rolls, as well as other bonuses.

Since they grant you more rolls, you should make it a priority to spend Kakera on badges. Getting all of the badges and their highest levels will make rolling for waifus and husbandos easier.

There are six types of badges:

  • Bronze badges
  • Silver badges
  • Gold badges
  • Sapphire badges
  • Ruby badges
  • Emerald badges

While it sounds like a good idea to only get the Sapphire badge, which grants you more rolls, you should get all of them. The Ruby badge makes buying other badges cheaper when maxed out, and before you can buy it, you have to buy Bronze, Silver, and Gold Badges. These have to be upgraded to Level Two before you unlock the command to buy a Ruby Badge.

The order to buy badges is as follows:

  1. Get Bronze, Silver, and Gold Kakera Badges and upgrade them to Level Two.
  2. Buy a Ruby Badge and max it out to Level Four.
  3. Get a maxed-out Emerald Badge.
  4. Finally, you can max out everything else and buy the Sapphire Badge.

Kakera Badges are essential if you intend to play the game for a long time. They grant you higher chances to roll character wishes, give you wish slots, and make farming easier for you. Sapphire Badges are lovely to have, but you should play the game with long-term goals in mind.

By the time you max out the Sapphire Badge, you get four additional rolls, not including those you already have. Sapphire Badges upgraded to Level Four also replace Blue Kakera with Yellow Kakera. The Level Four Bonus enhances the value of Kakera drops and helps you become richer without spending as much time as before.

Create a Wishlist

Creating a Wishlist doesn’t give you more rolls either, but it tells Mudae which waifus and husbandos are on your list. A wishlist will make rolling for them more accessible if you have the proper Badge.

To place a character on your wishlist, type “$wish” and follow the command with the character’s name. The command will notify you when you manage to roll the character. “$wishdel” allows you to add any waifu and husbando to your wishlist.

When added to your wishlist, you’ll find it easier to roll for them. When combined with your Silver Badge, you’ll find yourself rolling waifus and husbandos on your wishlist more often. Each level of the Silver Badge grants an additional 25% chance of rolling a character wish.

When you get a Level Four Silver Badge, you’ll earn 200 Kakera when someone else on the server claims one of your character wishes.

Use the Vote Command

The rolls will reset after a certain number of hours, but if you don’t want to wait, and neither do your friends, there’s a way to roll again. You can use the “$vote” command to ask Mudae to “entertain mankind” and give everyone a free roll reset.

Get Premium

Premium Mudae lets you use the “$setrolls” command to increase the number of rolls for the entire server. If you’re playing with friends, then everyone benefits from the increased rolls. The downside is that you have to pay for Premium Mudae, but on the other hand, your friends will love you more for enabling more rolls.

Additional FAQs

How Many Times Can You Claim on Mudae?

You can claim as many times as you want without spending anything. However, there’s a claim reset period of three hours. You can only claim one character during these three hours, so you have to be very careful.

Can You Claim Someone’s Roll on Mudae?

Yes, you can claim another player’s roll on Mudae. If you’re playing alone, this won’t be a problem. However, some players like to “snipe” rolls.

A command called “$togglesnipe” can be entered by an admin to prevent others from taking your rolls. This command also applies to you, so you won’t be able to steal the other player’s roll at all.

It’s considered polite when others let you claim your rolls, so if they don’t claim it after a while, it’s fair for you to claim it.

More Rolls Means More Waifus

Even if there aren’t many ways to drastically increase the number of rolls, you can still invest in the Kakera Badges. They grant you four more rolls, but after that, you’re on your own unless you bought Premium Mudae. Mudae is a game that requires a lot of patience. You’ll eventually get what you want, but only with a lot of perseverance.

What’s your wishlist like in Mudae? Do you think that Mudae is too slow-paced? Let us know in the comments section below.

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