I have a question, in Disgaea 4, how come sometimes user pirates and people I use from netherbattle tournament have these really fucking unique swords and other weapons I haven't seen anywhere in the game at all, not even on the wiki.
Where are they getting those?
They're either Rank 40 or Slayer weapons.
If you're playing Disgaea 4 on Vita they may be Rank 40-2 weapons.
I haven't played it in months after I got all my stats up to max.
Describe their appearance?
The wand with the three elements on it sounds like the Genesis Wand, which is a Rank 40 IIRC.
The ghost wand you're talking about is probably a Magichanged Ghost unit.
Slayer weapons are rare weapons you can get by punishing certain captured units, their strength depends on how many user pirates you've killed.
FUCK HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO GRIND IN DISGAEA 3 WITHOUT IT TAKING THOUSANDS OF YEARS?
I beat the main story a while back andI 'm trying to search for statisticians in the item worlds but none of my characters are strong enough for the higher levels without me skipping everything by exploiting the throw command.
I can't even do the extra modes, I can't get past Second Period of Beryl's chapter because I have to somehow tank damage for the first three turns because of the stupid Geo Panels preventing me from moving or attacking at the start.
My strongest Characters are Almaz at Lv 133 and Champloo at Lv 119
Any advice? Does the equipment matter more than the levels? Is there any specific place to look for really good equipment? I unlocked the Vato Sword and Gold Knuckle Spear which have helped so much with damage output.
>tfw already did everything in Disgaea 1, 2, 3, 4 and D2
I need Disgaea 5 now or at least a Vita port for D2 with extra content and all DLC fuck.
What kind of items should I focus on then? Weapons clearly, but what about other equipment? Even my Almaz can only take 2 hits before he's dead with enemies in the Lv 140 range, i'm tired of my characters being glass cannons.
There's just so much to this game it feels really overwhelming.
I like to level general use equips, things with stats in everything.
Also you're probably moving too fast, grind on some older maps until newer ones stop being so much trouble.
go into the beryl DLC and steal some trapezohedrons from the first stage. equip one of those on a lvl 1 or something and get it some mana through clubs. now go to that characters class world. Whenever you see a clone of them on a floor kill it with the puppy paw stick, It has a chance to steal an item when it kills something.
once you have a few stack them on a character. for every item that matches rarity on a character you get a 10% stat bonus from items. trapezohedrons increase all stats.
>I like to level general use equips, things with stats in everything.
That makes sense, I'll try to level some more of those, should I level up some armor too? Or would the general use equips be better?
>Also you're probably moving too fast, grind on some older maps until newer ones stop being so much trouble.
I guess I am. I've never grinded on the normal maps, only in the Item World. This whole time i've barely managed to pull the wins out of my ass because I really had to strategize with all my characters who can't take any decent hits without dying.
I was told not to really grind until I got my hand on a statistician though, should I keep trying to get one of those?
I have a pretty decent Red Mage actually, she's even better than Beryl by a lot. But she dies in one hit to everything.
What good magic classes are there?
>she's even better than Beryl by a lot.
she is better then YOUR beryl. Beryl is fucking op as fuck in this game.
God damn, that's impressive. A few problems though, I don't really understand how to steal items, I have a thief character, and I try to use those stealing items but every time I attempt to go for something worth stealing I get like a 1% chance.
Also, I do not have the Puppy Paw Stick. You get that from the World Of Ordeals or something, right? I haven't passed that bill yet in homeroom to unlock it but I don't think it would be possible for me right now because the level range is way beyond anything i'm able to handle.
Is there anyway I can obtain some really good stealing items and play that first stage over and over to get those trapezohedrons you're talking about?
I was hoping to cut down time a little bit if I could though. I heard that even with statisticians grinding takes quite a while.
Sadly she's one of my worst characters. Her fire attacks are so much weaker than my Red Mages.
You're moving too fast dude, just enjoy the game, enjoy finding weapons you like and building characters you like and the rest will follow.
Statisticians make stuff like this possible for reference https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Ba8tjSwxKg
Just gonna post a few pics of some funny names an things
I want to enjoy it, I just don't know where to begin on getting stronger characters. I thought that once I beat the main story i'd have some kind of idea on how a lot of the mechanics work.
I guess the only thing I can do right now is replay the same battles over and over or explore item world some more.
A good place to start is the DLC, if you're playing on the vita, the DLC has a pretty good level curve so you'll level pretty steadily playing through them.
you recieve one from completing the diez gentleman post game maps
you can steal one from kit cat pirates on the item world
you can steal two on Axel's extra map
the item world sphere trader may also reward you one if you have found enough orbs
copy pasted from game faqs
>Sadly she's one of my worst characters. Her fire attacks are so much weaker than my Red Mages.
She is worth leveling for the walking animation alone.
Do you have a character with big bang? its a 3x3 special fist attack. go back to chapter 7 level 3 and punch the fuck out of some mushrooms. when you can handle it boost their level a couple times through the student council. disgaea has some thing throughout the games where level 99 enemies give xp as if they are lvl 300 or something like that.
Salvatore is best Disgaea girl.
I would do my damnedest to try to fulfill her impossible sexual commands.
I forgot to mention about 7-3 is that it gives you 9 enemies in a 3x3 pattern on xp+100% tiles.
It really is, that's why I always tell anyone new to play the games in order. You appreciate it a fuck ton more.
I feel like she was wasted on 3. So much potential to be best girl but no.
I'm surprised she wasn't dlc for 4.
Right, that's what i'm attempting to do, but Beryl's story is giving me a lot of trouble. Only characters that were steadily improving were my strongest characters Almaz and Champloo. Everyone else is really starting to fall behind.
I assume the other extra modes are even harder?
I'm not sure I can do any of those where i'm currently at. I assume the pirates in the item world are at the really high levels, I usually have to exit at about level 40 or so because the enemies are far too strong, and I can only spam the throw command to get to the exit portal so many times before the random map placement screws me over.
>Do you have a character with big bang? its a 3x3 special fist attack. go back to chapter 7 level 3 and punch the fuck out of some mushrooms. when you can handle it boost their level a couple times through the student council. disgaea has some thing throughout the games where level 99 enemies give xp as if they are lvl 300 or something like that.
I don't think so. The only characters i have with good area attacks are Mao and Alamaz. What would I do with my characters who dont have area attacks? Should I just focus on leveling one character like how I played Pokemon as a child?
>in 2 minutes
Except you have to get all that gear, innocents, reincarnations, inherited skills, Mount Ordeal map unlocks, etc. etc. before you can do any of that.
Are you using any generics? The generic classes when used right usually end up better than story characters.
>Grind in one of the last missions for exp (flesh eaters or something). Level them to 100 because they give exactly the same exp as anything up to 300 level monsters
>Get Rank 0 Trapezohedron in Raspberyl DLC
>Get a Puppy Paw Stick from the end-game missions (look it up)
>Unlock Cave of Ordeals if you haven't already
>Get to the 4th one
>Grind there a bit until you think you can kill the Item God 2
>Dupe the Trapedzohedrons in the Class World and actually finish the last level to get a Gency
>Have around 68 Gencies
>Take one empty Trapezohedron, get +3 MOV on it in the item world
>Get to the very last level
>Kill Item God 2
>Gency out, dont go to the portal
>Repeat until 1.28mil stats
>Dupe the shit out of it
There's a lot to it like getting statisticians to multiply exp gain, weapon mastery etc. There is a guide online. I'd prioritize getting the perfect trap which saves A LOT of time.
>said outfit twice
Go fap anon, then come back when you've got a clear head
>What would I do with my characters who dont have area attacks?
You can get them to share the xp through a club in the classroom to characters seated next to them. or was it they leech xp from the ones they sit next to? one of those.
>Should I just focus on leveling one character like how I played Pokemon as a child?
Up to you. If you dont have a character that has a 3x3 spell or special attack that can clear them all in one shot I would move your guys up and just do what you can to clear it before you have to end turn and have them walk off the tiles
What did you put in your music box?
For me in Disgaea 4:
>Item World BGM
#26 Hold You Back
>Chara World BGM
#08 Smash Beat
D4 only right?
Item: Wings that can't Fly/Piano Sonata D4/Visual Sensation/Go Go Girl
Chara: Rozalin/Sadistic Emotion
Base: Arcadian Vampire
You need to really powerlevel your thief. The stealing formulas are really complicated, but there's a few important things to remember.
Stealing from behind or the side gives you a bonus to your chance. (behind is better)
>Base stats matter
Your thief's base (without items) hit and spd are compared to your target's. Reincarnate your theif often and put lots of points into those stats.
Rare items are twice as hard to steal, legendaries are worse.
Make sure your thief is always in your A-team and on par with your other best characters if you want to stand a chance at stealing good items.