Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia is an RPG based on a fighting game based off of an RPG series – rather ironic, but it’s an excellent mobile RPG in its own right. This new iOS and Android game by Square Enix puts you in control of a number of characters from the Final Fantasy series such as Cloud and Sazh, with a new battle system that combines FFXV with the older, turn-based FF games. Your goal is to build a party and quest through a surprisingly open-ended batch of dialogue scenes, battles, and treasure hunts. You can collect Gil, gems, equipment, and all sorts of other upgrades and new characters. Read on for some tips and tricks for Dissidia Final Fantasy Opera Omnia!
In battle, your main types of attacks are BRV attacks and HP attacks, which drain either the bravery or HP from your enemies, respectively. Brave attacks set up HP attacks, not only stealing bravery from enemies, but boosting that of your own party so that you can execute stronger attacks when you do choose the HP attack.
You have different goals to accomplish in each battle, such as winning within a short number of moves. To keep the battles short, move bravery attacks from one enemy to the other until you either break or almost break all of them and your own bravery is heavily charged. Then unleash the HP attacks all in a row to make short work of the enemy. This will protect you from taking much damage against enemies, as well.
Your favorite equipment can be upgraded by either sacrificing different equipment or sacrificing orbs and other items that are in the game specifically to be used for upgrades. Save the upgrades for your rare equipment, that which is three-stars or above. Sacrifice more common equipment, or if you have identical equipment, sacrifice one to upgrade the other to limit-break that piece of equipment, which increases the level cap.
Complete quests, missions, and other events, as well as the tutorial to load up on the gems. Then go to the store and do a 10x draw for your best chance at loading up on five-star equipment. You can pick from various event draws, campaign draws, and the all-star draw, so if you have a preferred character or characters, look for them on the draw’s cover picture to get a good shot at finding 4- and 5- star equipment for that specific character or characters.
Once you clear a chapter, go back to it and play again as needed. Sometimes you’ll want to play the hard-mode versions of each level for extra rewards, or sometimes you just need to go back to the ordinary versions of a battle that you’ve already beaten in order to grind for levels, which is the cheapest and easiest way of boosting all of your stats, true to Final Fantasy form.