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Family Celebration is the name of a special quest in Shadow Fight 3, available to be played as a part of Family Tree, the Korean New Year special event.

Fangirl is celebrating the Seollal with her family. However her uncle, Nagil, turns the celebration into a disaster. He holds a grudge against Granma and Granpa, and he comes to seize their family heirloom, an antique armor. The uncle even got some of the siblings into his side and started a fight in the middle of the celebration dinner.

Fight Info[]

There are two modes available: Regular and Grand. Grand yields higher rewards, it can be played by paying 1 ticket. The ticket can be obtained from the Marathon or bought from the shop for gems. Regular yields lower rewards, it can be played by paying coins (the price depends on the player's progress in the story).

Dangerous Show Ticket

There can be up to 8 rounds, and in each round the player faces the family relatives wielding various weapons. The player has to survive all 8 rounds in order to score a win and get the full reward; failing at any round is considered a loss. Some rounds come with a reward and when the player fails to survive a round, the rewards from the previous rounds passed are given. Every round must be played in succession to its previous.

The difficulty in this fight is affected only by the player's equipment rarity, with higher rarity resulting in lower difficulty. Each round is timed 60 seconds, and the player must defeat these ill-mannered relatives before the timer ends, otherwise they will lose.

Enemy Info[]

Round Name Weapon Armor Helm Ranged Weapon
1 Nephew Jiho Slick Naginata (Naginata) Embroidered Suit None Iron Crosses (Throwing Knives)
2 Aunt Maehee Wooden Staff (Staff) Peasant's Breastplate Epiphany Kasa Iron Sparks (Spikes)
3 Cousin Ari Gift From The Master (Katana) Monk's Wrap Kendogu Mask Crimson Chakrams (Chakrams)
4 Cousin Sangshik Sentry's Guandao (Guandao) Enhanced Wrappings None Gilded Daggers (Throwing Daggers)
5 Brother Youngshik Four-sided Blade (Chain Knife) Scavenger's Mail Rag Emperor's Vow (Bow)
6 Sister Nari Governor's Dadao (Dadao) Sea Devil's Doublet Composite Mask Solar Bombs (Fire Orbs)
7 Cousin Minshik Classy Katana (Iaido Katana) Fur-lined Armor Silky Fez Endless Pain (Needles)
8 Uncle Nagil Sacred Empire (Guandao) Sovereign Royal Guard Sunrise (Bow)


After winning some rounds (1, 3, 5, and 7), the player is given some cookings by Granma and Granpa. The player will be given two random dishes options, by which they can only choose one of the two. Each dish comes with a buff that lasts till the end of the fight.

Dish Picture Buff Icon
Japchae of Healing
Korean ny event health
Your health is partially restored at the beginning of each round
Japchae of Inspiration
Korean ny event health
Your health is partially restored when you deal damage to the opponent
Sujeonggwa of Defense
Korean ny event defence
You're protected against your opponent's damage once every few seconds
Sujeonggwa of Revenge
Korean ny event defence
A part of the damage you've taken returns to your opponent
Tteokguk of Power
Korean ny event damage
You deal increased damage to your opponent's head
Tteokguk of Rage
Korean ny event damage
The damage you deal is increasing with every 25% of your Health lost
Yakgwa of Determination
Korean ny event shadow
Additional shadow energy at the beginning of each round
Yakgwa of Focus
Korean ny event shadow
Shadow form lasts longer


Some rounds also have their own reward, which will be given to the player after they completed an attempt.


  • Round 2: 100 shadow energy
  • Round 4: Rare card
  • Round 6: 1 Ticket
  • Round 8: Unique Pack


  • Round 2: 10 Epic keys
  • Round 4: Epic card
  • Round 6: 300 shadow energy
  • Round 8: Unique Pack


The players will get a number of marathon points after winning one event fight. They can use the marathon points to redeem the New Year Set, along with other prizes, from the marathon menu. New Year Set consists of four items of Unique rarity.

  • Sacred Empire (Guandao)
  • Sovereign (Armor)
  • Royal Guard (Helm)
  • Sunrise (Bow)

The marathon points will not be reduced if a prize is redeemed, and all the prizes can only be redeemed one-time.

  • 1-10 points for winning a fight in Regular.
  • 5-60 points for winning a fight in Grand.
Prize Required Points
100 Shadow Energy 10
1 Ticket 20
Sunrise (Bow) 30
80 Gems 40
Rare Booster Pack 60
Royal Guard (Helm) 80
1 Ticket 100
Sovereign (Armor) 130
Unique Booster Pack 160
Sacred Empire (Guandao) 200



  • Korean New Year (설날 - Seollal) is the first day of the Korean calendar. It is one of the most important traditional Korean holidays. The celebration usually lasts three days: the day before Korean New Year, Korean New Year itself, and the day after Korean New Year. During this time, many Koreans visit family, perform ancestral rites, wear hanbok (한복), eat traditional food, and play folk games. Additionally, children often receive money from their elders after performing a formal bow.
  • The dishes served to the players are based on the recipes found in the Seollal celebration.
    • Japchae (잡채 - stir fried noodle) is a sweet and savory dish of stir-fried glass noodles and vegetables that is popular in Korean cuisine. It is typically prepared with dangmyeon (당면), a type of cellophane noodles made from sweet potato starch; the noodles are topped with assorted vegetables, meat, and mushrooms, and seasoned with soy sauce and sesame oil.
    • Sujeonggwa (수정과 - ginger cinnamon punch) is a Korean traditional cinnamon punch. Dark reddish brown in color, it is made from gotgam (dried persimmon) and ginger, and is often garnished with pine nuts. It is served cold and commonly as a dessert, due to its sweet taste.
    • Yakgwa (약과 - Korean honey pastry), also called gwajul (과줄), is a type of yumil-gwa (a traditional Korean confection). It is deep-fried, wheat-based hangwa (Korean confection) made with honey, cheongju (rice wine), sesame oil, and ginger juice. Traditionally, the sweet was offered in a jesa (ancestral rite) and enjoyed on festive days.
    • Tteokguk (떡국 - rice cake soup) is a traditional Korean dish eaten during the celebration of the Korean New Year. The dish consists of the broth/soup (guk) with thinly sliced rice cakes (tteok). It is tradition to eat Tteokguk on New Year's Day because it is believed to grant the consumer good luck for the year and gain a year of age.