How to Get Dual Summer Scythe in Blade Ball

Looking for the Dual Summer Scythe in Blade Ball? Well you have to land on the Summer Scythe first!
Blade Ball Summer Spins
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Summer has arrived in Blade Ball V4.5, and with it comes a new type of spin that you can earn to win free prizes! The main prize of the Summer Spin is the Dual Summer Scythe, but how can you obtain it?

If you’re looking for free stuff, be sure to head over to our freebies page to see what you can get, and why not check out our Blade Ball Skill Tier ListHow to Get Bounty Ability, and How to Get Chroma Spins in Blade Ball.

Blade Ball Dual Summer Scythe Guide

To get the Dual Summer Scythe in Blade Ball, you must first land on the Summer Scythe. Once you have landed on the weapon skin, the Dual Summer Scythe will replace it, but with lower odds.

The Summer Scythe has overall odds of 5%, but it takes a lot of luck to even reach it in the first place. Once you have landed on the weapon skin, it will change to the Dual Summer Scythe, but with a reduced 1% chance to land on it instead of the original 5%.

The Summer Spins feature consists of a large wheel divided into three smaller wheels, each with its own set of prizes. The Summer Scythe is located in the center of the innermost wheel. Your goal is to progress from the outer wheel to the innermost one by landing on Advance prizes to progress to the next inner wheel.

  • The first, or outermost, wheel has an Advance segment with a 25% chance.
  • Inside that, there’s a second wheel with a 15% Advance chance.
  • Inside that, there’s a third wheel, and the Advance is 5% for Summer Scythe or 1% for Dual Summer Scythe.
Blade Ball Summer Spins Wheel With Arrows Showing Advance Segments
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As previously mentioned, you must land on the Summer Scythe for it to change to the Dual Summer Scythe. Use our guide here to learn How to Get Summer Spins in Blade Ball.

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

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