A stamp is added to the player's Stamp Card and a corresponding reward received for every day the player logs in to the game. Stamps are always received in order, so missing a daily stamp will not cause the player to lose a particular day's reward, but rather they will miss out on rewards starting with the final item on the card. Players receive a new stamp card at the beginning of each month.

Stamp cards can be one of seven tier levels, with higher tiers offering better daily login rewards. The tier is determined solely by the number of Sacred Crystals (SC) the player spent the previous month (starting 4AM JST). How the SC were used doesn't matter, whether spent in the Shop, Shrine, or refilling Charisma/Stamina.

Each month's card is independent from the others. Stamp cards will default to the "Normal" tier every new month unless enough SC were spent to reach a different tier.

The number of SC spent can be checked by selecting 'Other' on the Home screen and navigating to the 'Stamp Card' menu.

See also:

Translated UI

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UIguide Other.png

Tiers[edit | edit source]

Normal (Use 0-49 SC)

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Special (Use 50-99 SC)

Special.png

Deluxe (Use 100-149 SC)

Deluxe.png

Legend (Use 150-249 SC)

Legend.png

S Legend (Use 250-349 SC)

S Legend.png

Premium (Use 350-499 SC)

Premium.png

S Premium (Use 500+ SC)

S Premium.png

Item Stamp Card Tier
Normal Special Deluxe Legend S Legend Premium S Premium
Gold Icon.png Gold (30-Day Month) 32,000 105,000 240,000 270,000 240,000 280,000 320,000
Gold Icon.png Gold (31-Day Month) 47,000 155,000 330,000 390,000 390,000 450,000 500,000
Sacred Crystal Icon.png Sacred Crystals 5 5 10 10 20 30 50
Crystal Shard Icon.png
Crystal Shards 14 34 74 93 93 132 150
Demon Crystal Icon.png
Demon Crystals 9 29 60 85 85 100 120
Bouquet Icon.png
Bouquet 1
Crystal Icon.png
Crystal 3 1
Ruby Icon.png
Ruby 2 1
Diamond Icon.png
Diamond 1 4 7 7 9 10
Total Affection 7-11 12-16 19-24 28-35 28-35 36-45 40-50
Beer Icon.png
Beer 1
Table Wine Icon.png
Table Wine 2 1
Choice Sake Icon.png
Choice Sake 1 2 3
Millennium Wine Icon.png
Millennium Wine 1 2 4 4 6 8
Total Trust 8-12 12-16 17-22 16-20 16-20 24-30 32-40
Sara Icon.png
Spirit of Bronze 1
Cyrille Icon.png
Spirit of Silver 1
Nina Icon.png
Spirit of Gold 2 1
Celia Icon.png
Spirit of Platinum 1 1 1
Florika Icon.png
Spirit of Black 1 1
Gladys Icon.png
Spirit Queen 1 1 3 3 2 2
Christia Icon.png
Spirit of Rainbow 1 2 5 5 4 3
Musica Icon.png
Musica 1 2
Nina (Bonded) Icon.png
Nina (Bonded) 1
Celia (Bonded) Icon.png
Celia (Bonded) 1
Florika (Bonded) Icon.png
Florika (Bonded) 1
Gladys (Bonded) Icon.png
Gladys (Bonded) 3 2
Fleur Icon.png
Fleur 1 2
Placer Icon.png
Placer 2 1
Platinum Armor Icon.png
Platinum Armor 2 2
Black Armor Icon.png
Black Armor 1 1 2
Legend Summon Ticket Icon.png
Legend Summon Ticket 1 1 1
Guaranteed Black Ticket Icon.png
Guaranteed Black Ticket 1

Homecooking[edit | edit source]

Upon reaching the S-Legend tier (250 SC), every additional 15 SC spent will earn the player 1 Homecooking (手料理) item. Upon retrieval from the Present Box, the items will fully restore the player's stamina.

  • Up to 25 of these can be obtained per month, at 625 total SC spent.
  • 1 of these items will be sent to the Gift Box every day.
  • The items will come from a random female unit with max affection.
    • Units in the second and third Barracks are also eligible.
    • If no female units are eligible, the item will come from Anna instead.
Homecooking
Meals Trivia
Love-Filled Bento Icon.png
愛情お弁当
Love-Filled Bento
Bento (弁当 bentō) is a single-portion take-out or home-packed meal common in Japanese cuisine. A traditional bento holds rice or noodles, fish or meat, with pickled and cooked vegetables, in a box.
Misshapen Onigiri Icon.png
いびつなおにぎり
Misshapen Onigiri
O-nigiri (お握り or 御握り; おにぎり), also known as o-musubi (お結び; おむすび), nigirimeshi (握り飯; にぎりめし) or rice ball, is a Japanese food made from white rice formed into triangular or cylindrical shapes and often wrapped in nori (seaweed). Traditionally, an onigiri is filled with pickled ume (umeboshi), salted salmon, katsuobushi, kombu, tarako, or any other salty or sour ingredient as a natural preservative
Juicy Steak Icon.png
ジューシーステーキ
Juicy Steak
Springy Daifuku Icon.png
もちもち大福
Springy Daifuku
Daifuku (大福) (literally "great luck"), is a Japanese confection consisting of a small round mochi (glutinous rice cake) stuffed with sweet filling, most commonly anko, sweetened red bean paste made from azuki beans.
Makai Fruit Basket Icon.png
魔界フルーツ盛り
Makai Fruit Basket
Possibly appears in Lina's character art.
Soft Rolled Cake Icon.png
やわらかロールケーキ
Soft Rolled Cake
Hearty Sandwich Icon.png
具だくさんサンド
Hearty Sandwich
Heart Omelette Rice Icon.png
ハートオムライス
Heart Omelette Rice
Piping-Hot Gratin Icon.png
あつあつグラタン
Piping-Hot Gratin
あつあつ (Atsu-atsu, Piping Hot) can also be translated as 'Madly in Love'
Mischievous Hamburger Steak Icon.png
わんぱくハンバーグ
Mischievous Hamburger Steak
Stamina Restorative Icon.png
スタミナ回復薬
Stamina Restorative
Handmade Pancake Icon.png
お手製パンケーキ
Handmade Pancake
Granted to players as part of the Popularity Battle Campaign's Decisive Match.
Love-Filled Goma Dango Icon.png
愛情ゴマ団予
Love-Filled Goma Dango
Granted to players as part of the Popularity Battle Campaign's Decisive Match.


Goma Dango is the Japanese name of the Chinese pastry Jian Dui, which is made from glutinous rice flour. The pastry is coated with sesame seeds on the outside and is crisp and chewy. The hollow of the pastry is typically filled with lotus paste or sweet black bean paste.
Wikipedia

Warm Medicinal Cooking Icon.png
ぽかぽか薬膳
Warm Medicinal Cooking
Granted to players as part of the Popularity Battle Campaign's Decisive Match.
Top-Class Pasta Icon.png
極上パスタ
Top-Class Pasta
Granted to players as part of the Popularity Battle Campaign's Decisive Match.
Special Soup Icon.png
特製 スープ
Special Soup
Granted to players as part of the Popularity Battle Campaign's Decisive Match.

Reading the Stamp Card[edit | edit source]

UIguide Stamp Card.png

In order to figure out which tier of Stamp Card you've unlocked for the next month, simply do as follows:

  • Look at the number in brackets in the first row of text at the top. This is the number of SC the player needs to spend to unlock the next tier.
  • The second row of text begins with a number. This is the month number. Beginning 3 letters after that is the name of the next Stamp Card tier. Simply match the character visually to the text on the right side. The names of the tiers in Japanese are as follows:
    • Normal - ノーマル
    • Special - スペシャル
    • Deluxe - デラックス
    • Legend - レジェンド
    • S-Legend - Sレジェンド
    • Premium - プレミアム
    • S-Premium - Sプレミアム

In the example picture provided, the player in the top portion needs to spend 92 more SC to reach S-Legend for the next month - a total expenditure of 158 SC so far. In the bottom portion, the player needs to spend 100 more SC to reach Premium - a total expenditure of 250 SC so far.

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