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This is the location where participants in the Development Tournament of 30F Workshop Battle summons their friends or enemies. See also Item Summoning Center

Teammate Summoning Center (동료 소환소, Donglyo Sohwanso, "Colleague Summoner") is a place in the Water Stadium for "summoning" teammates for all team who participate in the Development Tournament of 30F Workshop Battle.[1]

About

The Teammate Summoning Center was created by The Workshop to "summon" teammates of the participating teams during the Development Tournament of the Workshop Battle. The participants must "buy" or "purchase" their teammates with Points they obtained during the battle. Each teammates will be given value according to their abilities and strength. The more strong the teammate, the more expensive their points value.

Rules

Summoning Well

One person must call the names of a teammate he/she wanted to summon and that teammate will appear in the Summoning Well. However, to summon teammates, the team needs to have enough points and also his/her consent. The team can also re-purchase a gambler who failed the game once.

Every 30 minutes, each team will get a charge of 50,000 Points. If you defeat a Regular from another team, the team will receive a bonus of 100,000 points. If you defeat a spearhead of a team, you will receive a bonus of 500,000 points. Once you call the name of your teammate, a loading screen will appear on mid air and you have to wait for "5 minutes" before that teammate will be summoned.[1]

Known Price

Sorted from highest to lowest:

The price value of teammates

Summoning Price
Participants Price (Points) Status
1,000,000P
Active
1,000,000P
Active
1,000,000P
Active
150,000P
Active
150,000P
Active
100,000P
Active
90,000P
Active
70,000P
Active
70,000P
Active
60,000P
Active
10,000P
Active

History

Tower of God: Part 2 - The Workshop Battle

The Workshop Battle: Tournament

After a referee of the Workshop Battle announced that the Development Tournament has started, each of the final participating teams (Team Mad Dog, Team Bellux, Team FUG, Team Solidarity, Khun's Team and Team Ship) advanced to the battlefield on the Water Stadium. Ja Wangnan arrived in front of the Teammate Summoning Center and was guided by Khun Aguero Agnis who spoke through a special monitor which is most likely an Observer. Before Wangnan entered the building, Khun advised Wangnan to be careful because he stepped into the battle area and there is a chance that he might meet an ennemy and die. After Wangnan entered the building, he said it was dark inside, but then he was welcomed by a summoning center guide, a floating small robot called R-7. Later, Wangnan arrived in front of a Summoning Well and the robot explained the rules of summoning teammates. After creating a plan, Khun decided to summon Quaetro Blitz as the first teammates. But before Wangnan call Quaetro's name, he encountered Tebo & Lebo, an enemy from Team Solidarity. Khun then quickly ordered Wangnan to call Quaetro's name to summon him, but a "loading screen" suddenly appeared. The robot R-7 said it will takes five minutes to call a teammate.[1] Although at first, Wangnan have some trouble to face Tebo & Lebo, he managed to defeat them in the end after Khun found out about their weakness. Because Tebo & Lebo was a spearhead of Team Solidarity, Khun's Team received a bonus of 500,000 Points. All of that points were spent to summon Quaetro, Rak Wraithraiser, Hon Akraptor and Yeon Yihwa.[2]

The Workshop Battle: The Summoning

After Ja Wangnan defeated several participants along his way, he arrived in front of the river near the Item Summoning Center and "Teammate Summoning Area" with the help and guidance of Khun Aguero Agnis who spoke through a special monitor which is most likely an Observer. Before Wangnan cross the river, Khun advised Wangnan to be careful and not let his guard down. Khun then proceed to carry out Hwa Ryun's special plan to deceive FUG by ordering Wangnan to turn off all devices that can be traced to prevent the enemies from finding out their strategy to summon Jyu Viole Grace in the "item store", and not in the teammate summoning area. According to Hwa Ryun, Viole at the time was considered a "Human" and an "item" at the same time.[3]

After Novick and Kang Horyang managed to rescued Viole from inside the mountain where he got the Thorn, Hwa Ryun also appeared and 4 of them immediately discussed a plan to escape. The plan is to summon Viole and escape to regroup with Viole's friends. When they got out from the mountain through a cliff, they encountered Ron Mei and Varagarv who stood on the other side of the cliff. Varagav quickly launched his Shadow Wolves to attack the four. Novick and Horyang were tasked to stall the shadow wolves while running away. Viole tried to run ahead but three Workshop Patrol Iron Crab blocked their path. With the Thorn's power, Viole can easily destroy all of the Patrols. After the Patrols were destroyed, Ron Mei stepped in and activated her Lighthouse to prevent Viole from escaping. Meanwhile, Varagarv also appeared on their rear, facing Novick and Horyang. Viole can easily destroy Ron Mei's Lighthouses and she revealed that Reflejo has been waiting for Viole inside the Teammate Summoning Area. However, Hwa Ryun already knew this secret and she guided Viole to the Item Summoning Center instead.[3]

After Viole managed to run away from Ron Mei and Varagarv, Ron Mei reported to Reflejo that Viole had escaped. Reflejo who was inside the Teammate Summoning Center, was left confused about Hwaryun's plan. Ron Mei then received another report from the arena that Viole's friends was actually trying to summon him from the item store and Reflejo quickly realized he had been fooled.[4]

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Alternate Translation

  • Teammate Summoning Area
  • Teammate Calling Area
  • Teammate Calling Center

Notes and Trivia

  • Viole was able to be summoned in this store because he was considered as a Living Ignition Weapon, meaning that Viole is an item and human at the same time.[3]

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