Godzilla Battle Line - Events [Android/iOS]
Event Structure - Waves - Shuffling - Tickets - Opponents - Rewards - Event Shop - Past Collab Units

All-Star Event Structure

Introduced with version 1.4.0, all-star events are limited and available for fixed periods of time. During an event, the player is locked into using a single leader in this mode. For example, in the case of the debut event this was Mothra 1992.

Rather than getting to choose a deck or be limited to seven battle pieces, players also are randomly given access to all battle pieces in the game. These will share the same level as their own, while the additional levels from the upgraded battle piece of the season are also factored in. If they don't own a unit, it's treated as a level one in event mode. There are a few units that will not appear in event mode, though. One is your current leader, so for example if you are playing with Biollante as your leader then Biollante won't appear as a unit. Godzilla 2023 (Ginza Version) is also excluded from appearing in this mode.


The all-star event mode is broken up into what are called waves, which unlike regular matches don't have time limits. Waves are played in groups of three. So waves 1-3, 4-6, 7-9, etc. After the third wave the player reaches what is called a checkpoint. This will return the player to the main event screen and saves their progress. It also creates a restart point, so for example a player can choose to start on wave 4 if they like and replay waves 4-6 before it returns them back to the main event screen once they beat wave 6.

As the player advances, waves get progressively harder. Each wave has a "recommended level" for it. This technically aligns with the level of the leader, but really isn't a good metric for what level your units should be to actually beat the stage.

Players start each wave with 8 energy, as opposed to 6 energy in the regular game. There are also a few things that are carried over between waves until the player either loses or reaches a checkpoint. One of these is health, so if a player takes a lot of damage it could be difficult to win the next wave. Another thing that's carried over are evolutions. So if a player evolves Battra Larva into Battra Imago they will get access to Battra Imago, assuming the unit comes back up as it's still random. A leader's special move bar also carries over, which is a disadvantage to the player given the generally long delay between being able to use them again. Finally, Godzilla 1954's unique ability upon death also carries over between battles. However, the ability functions differently. In event mode it randomly decreases the energy cost of Burning Godzilla, Kiryu, Godzilla Ultima or Godzilla 1989 and furthermore doesn't automatically move one of them to the next piece position meaning the player can go the whole three rounds without seeing which piece had its cost reduced.

At the start of each wave, the player has access to all battle pieces. Each battle piece can only be used once per wave set, though. So for example if the player uses the Dimension Tide... that's it for the wave set, it will not be drawn again. As a result, if the player actually manages to play all of their units without winning they will lose. This resets after each wave set, and excludes when a unit is played but not defeated in a wave. Such as if the player places a Gigan 2004 piece but it's still alive when the current wave ends, in which case it can be drawn again during the next wave.

Note that waves change with each new event. While sometimes the same wave, like wave 40, will be the same across events, other times they will change a unit that appears or totally revamp a particular wave.


Battle pieces that are drawn in event mode are random. For example, playing the same wave over and over again the player will see their starting units be different. As a result, there is a degree of luck to winning during events.

With version 1.4.9 a shuffle function was added to reduce the degree of luck involved.


The shuffle function works by allowing the player to shuffle their current hand to draw up to four new units from their remaining total. Battle pieces shuffled in this way are not spent, but simply go back into the deck. Exceptions are evolution units. So for example if Mothra Larva is currently on the field and taking up a spot in your hand then shuffling will ignore her and only shuffle the remaining three other units.

Players can shuffle seven times for free per wave series. So for example playing wave 1-3 or 4-6 means that during each series they can shuffle seven times at no cost. After shuffling seven times the player can continue to shuffle, but doing so will cost five energy.

Tickets and Continuing

In order to play the event mode, a ticket is required. Each day the player is given four tickets for free. They can buy additional tickets in the event shop using event points earned, although these tickets for sale are limited in number. In addition, the player can spend 150 G-stones for a ticket as well.

Event Ticket

Tickets are consumed the same way regardless of if the player wins or loses. If they beat all three waves and reach the checkpoint or if they are beaten during the first wave it doesn't matter, the ticket is still used up. If the player does lose, though, they can spend 100 G-stones to continue and try the current wave over again. This can be done twice before the player is returned to the main event screen.


All-star events are very similar to ranked battles. You are fighting an enemy who is deploying units against you. Victory is achieved by defeating that opponent through damaging them. In the case of event mode, the setup is two to four giant red crystals in the first waves that can't directly attack. This is then followed by a regular leader, like SpaceGodzilla or Gigan, in the next wave before reaching a checkpoint.

Crystal Opponent

In terms of battle, while similar, there are several major differences in event mode versus ranked in terms of the opponent. For one they can place units even if they are already on the field, for example summoning multiple Mothra Larvas at once. Another is that the opponent doesn't have "energy". They can place a wide range of units that would normally be impossible, like a wave of Markalite Cannons. They can also place units anywhere on the field, including right in front of your leader.

While all of this might sound intimidating, the opponent acts in a fixed manner for each wave. For example, on wave 43 of the first event they would always play Minilla on the left side a few seconds in. They will then follow with King Caesar a few seconds after also on the left. As a result, each wave presents a slightly different challenge, even though a few waves feel similar to each other. This also means the opponent can "run out" of units as well, if they reach the end of what was programmed for their wave but the battle hasn't finished.

Event Rewards

Every wave defeated gives the player a certain number of G-tokens. The amount awarded depends on the wave, with the first starting at 100 G-tokens. For the first all-star event, each following wave added another 10 G-tokens to the total to be won from beating that wave. Starting with the October 2021 event, though, this amount was greatly reduced while the event itself was split into two parts (waves 1-30 and 31-60).

In addition to G-tokens, the player indirectly completes achievements which is how event points are earned. These will often be aspects like "reach wave XX" or "defeat XX number of enemies".

Event Shop

Timed with events is an event item exchange available in the shop. This is where the player exchanges their event points for prizes, which can range from battle pieces to g-tokens to player icons to posters to titles and even event tickets. These items will have a limit that can be purchased too, like maybe 10 event tickets or only 1 of a particular unit.

Event Shop

Note that the event item exchange runs for a longer period of time than the event itself is accessible. For example, the first event ran for 13 days while the shop was open for 20, meaning there were an extra 7 days to continue to use the event points that were earned. Also keep in mind that unspent tokens will roll over to the next event, so the player doesn't need to spend them all before the store goes away.

Past Collab Units

Past collab units, which have been removed from expeditions, were at one time also removed from all-star battles. This included Kong 2021, Godzilla 2021 and Mechagodzilla 2021. However, this was changed with version 2.15.0 of the game. Now these units will still appear in all-star battles, but only if the player has already unlocked them. They are not available as part of the rental system, the way other unoptained units are. A list of these units include:

  • Kong 2021
  • Godzilla 2021
  • Mechagodzilla 2021
  • Ultraman 2022
  • Neronga 2022
  • Mefilas 2022
  • Zetton 2022
  • EVA-01
  • 4th Angel
  • EVA-02
  • EVA-00
  • 10th Angel
  • EVA-08
  • Masked Rider 2023
  • Kumo Augment

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