This article is about the summon stone. For the raid battle, see Twin Elements (Raid).
|Combo Call Name|
|First HalfUsed when this summon is called first in the combo.||Frigid|
|Second HalfUsed when this summon is called second in the combo.||Blaze|
|4★||Host Twin Elements Showdown|
|When two opposing souls came together in an inseparable embrace, something miraculous occurred. The dragon of this paradoxical joining united the chaotic heavens in a similar way.|
|40% boost to Fire and Water allies' HP / 5% chance to counter|
|60% boost to Fire and Water allies' HP / 5% chance to counter|
|60% boost to Fire and Water allies' HP / 5% chance to counter / 60% boost to Fire and Water Normal ATK / 5% / 25% boost to critical hit rate5% chance of dealing 25% more damage. if main allies include at least 2 different elements. |
|Call - Frigid Blaze||Cooldown|
|Massive Fire damage to all foes / Bonus Water damage / All allies gainand .||9T9 turn cooldown.|
|Massive Fire damage to all foes / Bonus Water damage / All allies gain, , and .|
|4★ Uncap Materials|
|Rupie cost: 20,000|
|Counter damage is 100% damage.|
Twin Elements is known in Japanese as Flame=Glass. Twin Elements makes an appearance in Shadowverse, Cygames' card game, as Flame and Glass, being the combined form of the cards Harnessed Flame and Harnessed Glass.
Rage of Bahamut
We are two, and we are one. May we never be separated again. May this world—riven into gods and demons—be united again.
The world is full of contradictions. Destruction and rebirth. Desire and despair. Love and hate. I am a mixture of all these things, given form in the present. Now, would you like to be burned? Or frozen? Or both?
|SV Portal|| Flame and Glass|