Merits are a non-transferable guild currency used to buy items in the Guild Store. Everyone who participates in a Brawl will receive Merits when the Brawl ends.

Earning Merits Through Brawl Participation:

There are two types of Brawl rewards: the guild wins Crowns and the individuals within the guild win Merits. As Brawling is a team sport, every participant in a given guild, who submits at least 75% of their battles will receive the same amount of merits, regardless of win/loss/draw record. However, these amounts will differ from guild to guild.

The Brawl Rewards pop-up provides an estimate of how many Merits you can expect to receive under ideal conditions:

Full Merits will be awarded to guild members who submit teams for at least 75% of their Fray battles. If you submit less than 75% of your battles (i.e. more than 25% are flees), then the amount of Merits you receive will be reduced proportionally.

This chart shows how many Merits you would receive under different circumstances:

Example: Your guild won 30 Crowns in a 2-Star Brawl and has a level 3 Store, then the total Merits per Guild member would receive 1313 Merits. (30 x 500 x 1.4) / 16 = 1312.5 (rounded to the nearest whole number).

You will not get penalized if your opponent flees and you automatically get a win. That counts as a submitted team for your Merit Reward. Also, if you don't have any battles because no other guilds filled your Fray, you are awarded wins for each opposing guild that does not enter the fray and you get full Merits as a reward for defending an empty Fray.

Earning Merits Through Ranked Battles:

Merits can be found in approximately 30-20% of Glint Shop Loot Chests. The number of Merits received from a chest is randomly determined, higher rarity chests will contain far more Merits, on average, than lower rarity chests.

Earning Merits Burning Gladius Cards:

The Merits burn value of a card is also equivalent to its Collection Power value which is always displayed next to the cards you own on the Collection page:

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