Onimusha and Onmyouji arrive in Summoners War: Sky Arena

The rather popular mobile title, Summoners War: Sky Arena from Com2uS has revealed two new monsters for their game, both being from Japanese folklore. Here’s your first look at Onimusha and Onmyouji.

Summoner’s War: Sky Arena is definitely getting bigger with each passing day. Whether it’s active users or new content, there’s always something awaiting mobile fans right around the corner. The latest bit is a set of two new monsters that will be available from March 8th until this May.

The new monsters include Japanese folklore inspired creatures such as Onmyouji and Onimusha. Both units come with their own play styles and will allow you to earn event points by summoning the two as well as your normal units as you play through the event. At 100 points, you’ll get the chance to summon a Water, Fire or Wind element Onimusha against your foes, unleashing its power upon them.

During the event, there will also be other rewards for simply playing, allowing you to hit every mile stone during that period. Every 10 points will allow you to earn a Mystical Scroll while every 20 will earn various other rewards as seen below:

  • 20pts: Mana Stone x200,000
  • 40pts: Energy x100
  • 60pts: 4-Star Rainbowmon (Lv. 1) x2
  • 80pts: Crystal x100
  • 100pts: Event Exclusive! New Monster [Onimusha Scroll]

Here’s a few other rewards you can earn during this event as well, which will certainly grab the attention of some of you who enjoy games such as this one:

  • Enter battle with new Monster 10 times: Mana Stone x200,000
  • Enter battle with new Monster 30 times: Energy x100
  • Enter battle with new Monster 50 times: 5-Star Rainbowmon (Lv. 1) x1
  • Evolve the new Monster to 6-Star once: Crystal x150

Those of you looking to keep up with the game can head over to either Google Play or the App Store in order to download the game today. We also suggest checking out the official website in order to keep up-to-date with what’s going on within the game.

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Dustin is our native video game reviewer who has an appetite for anything that crosses the borders from across the big pond. His interest in JRPG’s, Anime, Handheld Gaming, and Pizza is insatiable. You can find him over on Twitter or Facebook today.

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