Digimon Survive Battle Guide for Beginners – Tips and Tricks
Digimon Survive uses turn-based RPG-style gameplay, with players and enemies taking turns to act. Combat can be difficult to master, especially if you’re a newbie, but we’ll go over some basic tips and tricks to help you in your Digimon adventure.
The basics of combat in Digimon Survive
Players have a team of Digimon partners at their disposal, with each partner taking a turn to move and attack. Each Digimon has six options to choose from at the start of each turn:Move, attack, article, evolution, Talkand final round. Your Digimon may be able to do all six options in one turn. All battles take place on grid-based maps, similar to Final Fantasy Tactics and Fire Emblem. How far your Digimon can move depends on how many squares on the grid the Digimon can go through. Some Digimon can run through multiple squares, others cannot.
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Tips and tricks in combat
At the beginning of each battle you can choose your team. Most battles will never force you to have less than four Digimon unless you want it. When picking a team, you should always have at least one heavy hitter and one healer; Having someone who hits hard and deals a lot of damage will make it easier to take down weaker enemies. It’s always good to have a healer in every fight to restore health to other teammates, having to keep the healers behind to avoid conflict so they don’t get KO’d.
Be sure to check what type of Digimon you will meet, as some Digimon have specific weaknesses and strengths. For example, plant and insect based Digimon are generally weak against fire attacks, so Digimon that can breathe fire like Agumon can do a lot of damage. Likewise, your own Digimon is vulnerable to certain weaknesses, so keep an eye out for them.
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The most important tip for beginners is Always keep your team together. Never let your party get too far apart in a fight. If one of your Digimon is alone, it will be attacked and overpowered. Your Digimon will also get a boost when it’s near your other Digimon, with some Digimon grouping together to deal double damage to an enemy. Always hit an enemy from behind or from the sides, as this deals extra damage. Having your Digimon side by side on the grid makes it harder for enemies to attack you from the sides or behind.
In big boss fights, use the Talk option to have your Digimon talk to their human partner and get a stat boost. But hold off on speaking when you’re ready to go all out against the boss, as stat boosts are only temporary. Hold off on the Digievolution if you plan to attack the boss as well, as Digievolutions use up your SP quickly and it’s best to conserve SP.
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