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A raid event (レイドイベント, Reido Ibento?), or simply a raid, is a type of event in Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. Raids are collaborative challenges that pit players against a single boss enemy across different difficulty levels in order to obtain event points and rewards. Collaborations usually take the form of raids, the boss being an iconic monster from the game in question.


Differently from most other events, raids do not use energy to play. Instead players are given five raid orbs Raid orb, which are similar to Arena orbs. The player consumes one orb per run, and they regenerate at a rate of one per hour. Orbs can also be fully replenished through use of Lapis or after increasing one's rank. Provided a player sleeps around eight hours per day, this gives them roughly 20 orbs per day (five when waking up, and 15-16 during the day), ignoring the aforementioned methods to instantly restore the orbs.


The event's main menu displays a banner featuring the boss' global HP bar, which has a staggeringly high HP value (usually in the billions of HP). This serves as the boss' "true" HP value, and the goal is to decrease this bar. In order to join the efforts, a player must enter a stage and damage the boss. While defeating the stage boss is not mandatory, it ensures maximum benefits. In any case, the boss' global HP will decrease in equal proportion to the HP of the stage boss defeated. Overkill damage does not factor into this, so while messages showcase players inflicting a certain amount of damage that exceeds the stage boss' HP, none of this additional damage helps decrease the boss' global HP.

In addition to the global HP meter, the boss has a Level. Once the boss' HP meter is fully depleted by the cummulative efforts of all players, the boss will increase its Level by 1 and will fully restore the HP bar with an even greater HP value than before. The player community is given 24 hours between each Level in order to deplete the bar; failing to do so in the allotted time will cause the Boss' Level to return to its previous level. The higher the Level, the better the boss' Level Bonus +% (also seen in the main raid screen), which dictates the bonus rewards after completing a stage.


Clearing the stages give out a unique type of currency called raid coins. They are given at the end of every battle against the boss regardless of victory or defeat, whereas event points are given based on the player's performance. The player receives a total of raid coins equal to 10% of the event point value, with an additional 8% per every additional Boss Level, which is why reducing the boss' global HP is important. The coins are used in specific Raid Summon banners that appear during the raid's claim period; a single Raid Summon costs 100 coins to perform. Raid Summon pools typically consist of limited-time units, Trust Moogles, pots, Metal Cactuars, Gil Snappers and materials (most commonly to craft items from recipes earned in the raid).

The amount of event points earned can be seen by clicking on the "Rewards" button (formerly "Achievement Status") in the raid screen, which shows the completion rewards and ranking rewards. Individual rewards are given to the player as soon as they meet the required total of points and these rewards are automatically sent to the player's mailbox. Rewards given here are very similar to those from Raid Summons (cactuars, pots, materials, Trust moogles) with the addition of event-exclusive recipes and summon tickets.

Ranking rewards, for their part, shows the player's position in the global ranking that will determine an additional reward that players will receive after the raid ends. The higher the rank, the better the reward, which is classified by range. For example, those who rank between 70,001 - 100,000 place, they are given 1 Rare Summon Ticket, while those between 50,001 - 70,000 receive 1 Trust Moogle and 1 ticket.

List of raids[]

Event Origin Notes Region Duration
Japan Global
A Frosty Offensive
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FFBE Raid through a frozen moorland with other players and fight hordes of frosty monsters. - December 23, 2016 - January 5, 2017
March on Ifrit
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FFXIV Fight Ifrit, Lord of the Inferno, the enraged Primal of flames. August 24 - September 13, 2016 March 17 - April 6, 2017
Vision of Bahamut
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FFBE The king of espers, Bahamut, soars the skies of Lapis creating visions of himself. June 21 - June 29, 2016 May 12–25, 2017
May 5–17, 2018 (Rerun)
March on Titan
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FFXIV Another primal appeared the Vortex: fight Titan with the help of the Scions of the Seventh Dawn. March 21 - April 3, 2017 June 2–15, 2017
One Year Anniversary, Kupo!
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FFBE King Mog wants to play in the celebrations of the game's first anniversary. November 21–30, 2016 June 29 - July 13, 2017
Destroy the Machine Lifeform
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NieR YorHa units 2B and 9S have made their way through an abandoned factory to destroy Engels. April 21 - May 1, 2017
September 10–20, 2018 (Rerun)
August 11–24, 2017
November 23 - December 13, 2018 (Rerun)
The Shadow Lord Invades
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FFXI October 21 - November 12, 2016 September 15–29, 2017
Dark Symphony
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Ariana Grande - November 17–23, 2017
King of Darkness
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FFBE February 20–28, 2017 December 8–21, 2017
Conqueror of Izander
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- January 5–18, 2018
June 9–20, 2018 (Rerun)
Imperial Infiltration
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FFXV June 22–30, 2017 February 23 - March 8, 2018
Tomb of the Silversmith
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Tomb Raider March 19–31, 2018 March 9–22, 2018
March on Garuda
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FFXIV May 22–31, 2017 April 20 - May 3, 2018
Dracotaur Lancer
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FFBE December 12–31, 2017 May 25 - June 7, 2018
The Son of Medici
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Just Cause - June 22 - July 5, 2018
Vanquish Jie Revorse!
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SOA September 22–30, 2017 July 27 - August 9, 2018
January 25 - February 7, 2019 (Rerun)
Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
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Deus Ex - August 24 - September 5, 2018
Estark's Challenge
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DQ November 11–30, 2017 September 7–20, 2018
Darkness Awakens
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FFBE - September 28 - October 11, 2018
Lost City of Dipan
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VP January 22–31, 2018 October 26 - November 8, 2018
Fan Festa 2018 Raid
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FFBE - December 8–9, 2018
Heartless: Guard Armor
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KH December 12–31, 2018 December 28, 2018 - January 10, 2019
Darkness Apocalypse
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FFBE - February 22 - March 7, 2019
Elements' Formation
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Xenogears April 20–30, 2018 March 29 - April 11, 2019

Japan-only raids[]

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  • Most of the raid events have all the features listed in this page, except one: A Frosty Offensive. This event was battle dungeon-type event, but the player doesn't fight a 'super' boss nor collaborates with other players to decrease its health. There weren't raid coins either, as this aspect was implemented in Vision of Bahamut in the global version.