Are all the Dislyte statistics gibberish? Let’s see what they mean.
The Dislyte Espers look great and are fun to play with. For those who don’t know the details, it can be difficult to understand their stats. These are all critical for forming a team or creating the right balance. This article will explain what HP, ATK and DEF stats in Dislyte mean. This article will explain what each stat means. This article will help you understand the mechanics of in-game battles. You will also learn the most important stats in Dislyte.
Dislyte Stats Explained
Here’s the meaning of HP, ATK and DEF, SPD in Dislyte.
Dislyte stands for Heal Point. This basically determines the character’s health. This determines how resilient they will be to every blow they receive. To stay alive, every character must have at least one unit of HP. Each blow they take will decrease their HP. The character will be dead once their HP reaches zero.
ATK stands for Attack of the Character. This is the damage that a character deals to their enemy when they strike them. Your character’s ATK stats in Dislyte will determine how likely they are to deal a serious blow. They must have a buff to keep them from being damaged. Or their DEF is very high. Soon, we’ll see why this is a problem.
Didn’t you say we would be coming to DEF soon? Defense is what DEF stands for. This will protect your character against being critically injured by every hit they take. It’s like armour. The higher the DEF, you get better protection. As with chainmail. The DEF is a measure of how effective it is to deflect blows. For example, a Roblox -esque cardboard armour.
SPD refers to the speed at which your Espers can move. This determines how quickly they can take their turn. They can start their Dislyte turn sooner if their SPD stats are higher.
AP stands for Action Point. This is the bar that determines when Esperon/Miramon will start their turns. Each character has an ‘Action Point Bar’ which must be at 100% in order for their turn to start. AP is closely linked to SPD. The faster they are, the quicker their AP bar will reach 100. They can also take their turn sooner to eliminate their opponents.
- Rate refers to the Crit Rate of a character. This tells you how likely your character is to deal an unusually large amount of damage. This will tell you how likely it is that your character will inflict a severe injury on the opponent. Critical hits are those that can completely destroy your opponent’s defense. Even if their Dislyte DEF stats seem weak.
- DMG, just like ATK and DEF determines the damage that a character can deal with a critical hit. Because not all characters can do the same amount damage, critical hits may vary. The ATK of a character’s regular ATK will likely be more damaging than what could be done by a super-stunting one. Before you get excited about their C. DMG, make sure to look at their C. Rate.
ACC refers to the accuracy with which a character’s debuff hits its target. Your character’s ACC stats will determine how likely they are to successfully deploy a control or another type of Dislyte debuff. Always remember to have more ACC that your target’s RESIST.
The RESIST rating is basically the likelihood that a debuff will be applied by your opponent to a specific character. The RESIST rating is simply the ability of an opponent character to control or apply debuffs to your character. It will be determined by RESIST whether or not it works. It is better to have more RESIST that your attacker has ACC. This will make it easier to deal with their debuffs.
These were the meanings for all Dislyte statistics. HP, ATK and DEF, SPD. AP, C. Rate. C. DMG. ACC. RESIST. These are all easy terms to grasp.
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