These banners are the ones that appear in the scrolling ad on the game homepage. They are stored in-game in
low resolution and as a square image - 512x512 - thus they need to be stretched out to look proper.
This page offers AI upscaled versions using an EDSR model to increase the resolution by 4x (for a height of
2048 and width scaled accordingly). They're still a bit rough especially in the minor details, but at first
glance they look quite good.
By clicking on any image, you are given the option to download either the regular (512 high, stretched width)
or upscaled (upscaled to 2048 high, then stretched width) versions. The ones displayed on this page are
upscaled, but converted to JPG for faster loading.
Banners were only collected consistently from update 6.2 onwards, so a lot of earlier ones are missing.
The ones pre-6.0 are generally of lower quality too due to me not keeping the original resolutions.
After the UI overhaul in 7.0, the dimensions of the banner images changed to be less wide.
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Sometimes you can find higher resolutions of certain banners posted to Netmarble artists' ArtStation pages -
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Certain characters have "proc-friendliness" ratings that are meant to complement their rotations. This provides information on which Custom Gear effect they perform better with: a one-time damage increase (Proc) or persistent increase (Rage).
If you do not know what any of this means, check out Part 5 of the Beginner's Guide.
All the rankings here are subjective to a degree. If you completely disagree with something, please raise it in the THANO$VIB$ Discord.
The C.T.P. of Energy is used to indicate proc-friendliness, and C.T.P. of Rage for non-proc-friendliness, as they are the classic examples of each. However:
An Obelisk with a Damage Proc or a C.T.P. of Destruction also works for proc-friendly characters.
A C.T.P. of Judgement (where applicable) also works for non-proc-friendly characters.
Note that a "mini rage" (Obelisk with Rage effect) is not included above - most characters that are not very proc friendly would still perform better using a suboptimal rotation and a Obelisk with a proc.
Please do not take this section as recommending to equip a Rage to certain characters. It considers only the character's skillset in isolation, not how relevant they are overall (which should be the basis of your C.T.P. choices).
There may be cases where you equip a Rage on a character who is more proc-friendly than another, just because that character is usable in more content.
In some cases, you may even want to equip a Rage on a perfectly proc-friendly character, if they are most useful in modes where Rage is simply better than Energy/Destruction (e.g. Alliance Battle).
Proc-friendliness ratings consist of 4 scales, described below.