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Girls’ Frontline October 12th Maintenance Update

Girls’ Frontline October 12th Maintenance Update

Greetings Commanders, the October 12th maintenance has come to a close, and there’s a real spooky treat in this batch of updates. On top of a few new dolls and costume banners, we’re getting a whole new Halloween event! We’ll be taking a look at the full list down below, so let’s get into it!

Let’s get the smaller things out of the way first. We’re getting two new five-star Rifle T-Dolls, De Lisle and SVCh. From October 16th to 17th, their pull rates will be increased.

First up is De Lisle, a bolt-action carbine originally made during WWII by the British. The gun’s main gimmick in real life is that it’s meant for extreme stealth, which doesn’t translate too well to Girls’ Frontline since we go in loud and proud. De Lisle’s passive skill is rather situational, as getting a critical hit for most snipers should actually be killing or almost killing it. Getting these crits would either mean you’re fighting a lot of enemies, or one very well-armored enemy. The latter, while more likely to be the case, still wouldn’t likely have enough time to score fifteen critical hits to proc the passive to go off. Other T-Dolls will be making short work of everything in the field, not to mention there are far more efficient ways to strip buffs from enemies. Ultimately, it’s a lot of legwork for a skill that doesn’t do something that can’t be done more conventionally.  Her active isn’t awful, but again, there are other more viable T-Dolls you could have handling her job.

The second T-Doll, SVCh, is a Russian, semi-automatic sniper chambered in what looks like .338 Lapua Magnum, developed by the wonderful Kalashnikov group in 2016. This T-Doll’s passive is exactly the kind of thing you’d want from a sniper. With snipers, you want to kill, move targe, kill, move target. This grants you a chunky little 10% damage buff, again, not hard to get gathered up. Even better, her active gives the Dummies an extra 150 points of damage that’ll go right through any evasion, armor, or shields that’d otherwise make targeting difficult. While her tile buffs are so-so, that skill would make a pull for her worth it.

Next, we’ll go into the brand new Halloween event. This time, the T-Dolls take to a haunted theatre when pursuing stories of a vengeful spirit. The rewards for this little expedition are in the pictures below.

There’ll be event rewards as well, and the main highlight of the rewards shop is Tokarev’s Theif of Sweetness costume.

The event rewards this time around are Butterfly Mirages, and you can get 10 to 15 per mission run for a total of 60 per day. Tokarev’s costume will be 150 Mirage Tokens, so better start saving up!

The rest of the rewards shop is detailed in the picture below.

Also, as usual, we’ll be having a Rescue Welfare system with the Nova and Platinum medals, so if you just can’t get your raifu to drop, enough tokens will let you buy her outright.

Lastly, we have a new costume banner coming up, a rerun of Halloween Carnival. You can see who all will be getting their Halloween costumes below.

That’s all for the Girls’ Frontline October 12th maintenance update. So go get your spooky on Commanders and enjoy the brand-new event material! Til next time, stay tuned for the latest news and guides for Girls’ Frontline.

Cory Clark
With a passion for all things musical, a taste for anti-gravity racing, and a love for all things gacha, Cory is a joyful and friendly gamer soaking up any little gem to come to his little Midwestern cornfield. An avid collector of limited editions with an arsenal of imported gaming trinkets he's absorbed into his wardrobe, he's usually always near his trusty gaming rig if he's not on his PS4 or Xbox One. And when he's not gaming, he's watching anime off his big screen with his lap lion Stella purring away.

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