There are various ways to level up your characters in Reverse 1999, especially if you want them to be super powerful during the numerous battle phases in the game. One such unique way to level up Arcanists is Resonance. Being an important aspect of character progression, Resonance in Reverse 1999 appears as a customizable puzzle for players’ ease.
If you’re wondering what Resonance can fit your character the best and want our help figuring out how everything works, we have just the information you might be looking for. Here’s all you need to know about the different types of Resonance in Reverse 1999.
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What Is Resonance In Reverse 1999?
Resonance is the attribute that determines your base level power during battles in Reverse 1999. Resonance is based on different aspects: ATK, DMG, CRIT, and DEF.
The Resonance board for each character in the game appears as a big puzzle. You will need different Resonance pieces that have aspects like critical damage or attack and arrange them in such a way that they all fit the board to become a giant picture with various symbols.
How To Unlock Resonance In Reverse 1999?
Resonance is unlocked once you beat Stage 3-2 in Reverse 1999. Then you can access your favorite character’s Resonance board and create the perfect composition of resonance tiles that would suit that Arcanist’s power.
How To Upgrade Resonance?
To upgrade Resonance in Reverse 1999, you need a lot of materials in the game. They can either be farmed by doing various tasks or through the Artificial Dreamwalking mode. But,do keep in mind that resources are limited each month, so plan ahead and try to increase the resonance of your characters one at a time.
All Resonance Types In Reverse 1999
|Single Tile 1||Occupying one cell, this tile is purely DEF oriented and can be used in DEF build.||Level 1 – HP: +1%, DMG Reduction: +0.5%|
|Single Tile 2||This one-cell tile has both DMG and DEF skills.||Level 1 – HP: +1%, DMG Bonus: +0.5%|
|Rectangular Tile||Used in Crit builds, this tile provides crit dmg and damage reduction.||Level 1 – Crit Dmg: +3%, DMG Reduction: +1%|
|C Tile||Gives ATK and Crit rate stats and is most commonly used in Crit builds, but can also be used in ATK builds.||Level 1 – ATK: +1%, Crit Rate: +1.5%|
|I Tile||This tile provides HP, ATK, and Mental Def. It is often used in ATK and DEF builds.||Level 1 – HP: +2%, ATK: +1.5%, Mental Def +1.5%|
|Inverted T Tile||This tile provides HP, ATK, and Reality Def. It is often used in ATK and DEF builds.||Level 1 – HP: +2%, ATK: +1.5%, Reality Def +1.5%|
|Two Triangles Tile||This tile has all ATK, Reality def, and Mental def stats. It can be used in ATK and DEF builds.||Level 1 – HP: +2%, Mental Def +1.5%, Reality Def +1.5%|
|S Tile||The S tile has a crit rate, crit resist rate, and damage bonus. Perfect for DMG and Crit builds.||Level 1 – Crit rate: +2%, Crit resist rate: +1%, Damage bonus: +2%|
|Z Tile||This tile has crit resist rate, crit def, and damage taken reduction and is used mostly in DEF builds.||Level 1 – Crit resist rate: +3%, Crit def: +3%, Damage taken reduction: +3%|
|L Tile||It has a crit rate, damage bonus, and damage taken reduction. Good for both DMG and Crit builds.||Level 1 – Crit rate: +2.5%, Damage taken reduction: +1%, Damage bonus: +1.5%|
|J Tile||J Tile has a crit rate, crit resist rate, and crit damage. Great for Crit builds.||Level 1 – Crit rate: +4%, Crit dmg: +2.5%, Crit resist rate: +1%|
|MZ Tile||Good for ATK, DMG, and Crit build.||–|
|MU Tile||Great for DEF Build, and can also be added to ATK builds.||–|
|MT Tile||Great for DMG build and focuses dmg bonus.||–|
|M+ Tile||Great for Crit build and focuses on crit damage.||–|
Resonance Tips In Reverse 1999
Here are some tips for building up the perfect Reverse 1999 Resonance chart for your character.
- ATK Build: Prioritize the tiles I, J, and Two Triangles.
- DMG Build: Prioritize the tiles S, and L.
- CRIT Build: Prioritize the tiles J, and L.
- DEF Build: Prioritize the tiles Z, I, Inverted T, and Two Triangles.
Once you are done with placing the priority tiles, fill up the rest with whatever tile you think would suit the best for that particular Arcanist.