Should you ask for items or make a Digimon your friend in Digimon Survive?

After you’ve successfully spoken to a Digimon, you’ll have the option of either recruiting them or asking them for an item. In a game like Digimon Survive, you need as much help as possible. Therefore, finding more allies is crucial, especially when facing off against difficult bosses. But having items will also help. So, which is better: getting an item or letting a Digimon join your party in Digimon Survive?

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Should you ask for an item or make a Digimon your friend in Digimon Survive?

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There are a few things to consider when asking yourself this question. First off, is this a Digimon you already have in your party? If this is the case, you should automatically search for the articles. There’s no reason to befriend a Digimon you already have in your party.

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Second, what is the success rate of befriending this Digimon? Similar to how recruitment works in the Shin Megami Tensei games, even if you manage to successfully answer all three of the Digimon’s questions, that doesn’t mean it will join your party. Above the Be My Friend option is a percentage success rate. There are two factors that determine the likelihood that a Digimon will join your party: whether it is a higher level than your current Digimon and your karma level to which it correlates. For example, let’s say you are facing Gotsumon, who is a Digimon with data attribute. Gostumon’s preferred karma is Harmony. So if your Digimon is higher level than Gostumon and you have high level Harmony, your chances of befriending Gotsumon will increase drastically. If you have a relatively high chance of recruiting the Digimon, we recommend that you choose the “Be my friend” option. Should you ask for items or make a Digimon your friend in Digimon Survive?

Curtis Crabtree

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