Raid Finding

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During your time playing Granblue Fantasy, you will often wish to fight specific Raids multiple times to farm for a specific loot drop. However, many fights have per-day limits on how many times you can start them. You will thus need to join other player's raids to farm any more that day. Joining other players' raids necessarily involves finding raids of that type that are active.

To join other player's raids, go to the raid screen available from the "Raid" button on the Granblue Fantasy home screen.

Main Raid Tab ("Raids")

The default tab will show you a random selection of roughly level-appropriate raids for you to join.

  • Yellow raids are raids that your crew members have called for help on. Join them for extra Pendant rewards that can exceed the normal weekly cap.
  • Green raids randomly appear and can be joined up to 5 times each day. These provide extra RP and EXP for joining them and contributing up to a minimum threshold.
  • Raids with a color tinge at the bottom of their entry are from your friends calling for help. You will not receive anything extra from fighting these, though you may wish to take the opportunity to help them anyway.

Event Tab ("Events")

This tab lists raids specific to events that are currently happening. Sometimes you will need to finish the story of the event for raids to appear here (or click the button that acknowledges the fights may be spoilers).

Raid Code Entry Tab ("Enter ID")

Here you may copy raid codes that you obtain from other sources or other players. Pasting in the code and clicking the Join A Room button will attempt to join the fight in progress.

This is the main area you will use when farming a specific raid type.

Dedicated Raid Finder Websites

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These websites have dedicated, customisable layouts in which you can choose what raids you want to monitor. As new raid codes for the raids you choose are posted to Twitter, they will be updated within the raid finding interface.

Raid finder sites are the most commonly used source for farming specific raids of a player's choice.

  • Granblue Search
    • Multi-column raid finder search with customisable alarm feature for raids, amongst other options.
    • Displays new tweets faster than many other raid finders.
    • Support for dark mode, Japanese, English, autocopy, sets, deduplication and trimming.
    • Can open a browser tab or app instead of just copy.
    • Ad supported.
  • Teemo Raidfinder
    • Chinese-language GBF raidfinder.
    • Can be switched to English, Japanese, or Korean. (Click the gear icon on the bottom right, choose the second tab and look for the "选择语言" option at the bottom.)
    • Click the gear icon and use the first tab to choose which raids to monitor.
    • Includes dark mode as well as the option to display avatar images of Twitter accounts and identifying boss images for each raid.
  • Walfie Raidfinder
    • Will be blank on first viewing, you need to click the plus sign in the bottom right to add a raid boss.
    • The original hosted version is down forever, but the code is open source if you want to run your own instance. https://github.com/walfie/gbf-raidfinder

Manual Twitter And TweetDeck

Raids can also be found using simple Twitter search if you know the appropriate term. Searching for the Japanese name for a raid will often produce more results. Be sure to choose the "Latest" tab for current results.

Using Twitter's TweetDeck site will allow you to make a column-based list of multiple searches happening at once, all live-updated. Each search that is added will become a new column. You can then use that to monitor multiple raids at once.

Co-op Rooms

Co-op can also be joined and farmed in repeating rooms where each person joining shares the cost for hosting the raids. The host role will rotate between each person with each new fight. For more information, see Co-op.