Reverse 1999 – Damage Dealer Tier Explained

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Reverse 1999 Damage Dealer Tier

Reverse 1999, crafted by Bluepoch, stands as a gaming masterpiece! Now available in Google Play, Apple App Store, and Windows PC.

Within its captivating visuals, it conceals a remarkable battle system that places utmost importance on team building and strategic prowess as the key elements for advancing through the narrative.

Reverse 1999 Damage Dealer
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This article will shine a light on the tier of Damage Dealer characters in Reverse 1999, providing insight into their combat statistics, incantation cards, and ultimate skills.

Reverse 1999 – Damage Dealer Tier

In Reverse 1999, there are three distinct combat roles: Damage Dealer, Support, and Sustain.

Damage Dealers are characters whose primary objective is to inflict significant damage either through area-of-effect abilities or devastating single-target skills.

We’re here to provide you with a list of the best DPS and their Tier.

Eternity (S-Tier)

Reverse 1999 Eternity
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RarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
✦✦✦✦✦✦MineralRealityDPS,
Nasty Wound

In Reverse 1999, Eternity stands as one of the three 6✦ characters you can acquire through the Rookie Banner. Holding an S-Tier status, Eternity’s outstanding durability, enabled by her self-healing abilities, positions her as the ideal Damage Dealer for both the early and late stages of the game.

Skills

Reverse 1999 Eternity Skill
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SkillEffect
Odd Story In Exeter (Ultimate)Mass attack. Deals 300% Reality DMG to all enemies. This attack enjoys Leech Rate +50%
Purse of Vigor✦✧✧
[Debuff] 1-target attack. The caster suffers Current HP -10% and deals 200% Reality DMG. Inflicts 1 round of [Nasty Wound] on the target.

✦✦✧
[Debuff] 1-target attack. The caster suffers Current HP -10% and deals 300% Reality DMG. Inflicts 1 round of [Nasty Wound] on the target.

✦✦✦
[Debuff] 1-target attack. The caster suffers Current HP -10% and deals 500% Reality DMG. Inflicts 1 round of [Nasty Wound] on the target.

Nasty Wound: Healing Taken -50%
Antique Fan✦✧✧
[Attack] Mass attack. HP -(current HP x10%) and deals 160% Reality DMG to 2 enemies.

✦✦✧
[Attack] Mass attack. HP -(current HP x10%) and deals 240% Reality DMG to 2 enemies.

✦✦✦
[Attack] Mass attack. HP -(current HP x10%) and deals 400% Reality DMG to 2 enemies.

Eternity Team

Reverse 1999 Comp
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Damage DealerSupportSustain
EternitySonettoMedicine Pocket

When assembling a complete team for Eternity in Reverse 1999, you should include characters that provide support to help her survive, as the majority of her damage output relies on her passive ability, Blood of Longevity.

When her Blood of Longevity reaches Insight III with five stacks, it transforms into Blood of Immortality, granting a significant boost with a DMG Bonus of +25% and DMG Heal of +25%. Additionally, Eternity becomes immune to [Stats Down] effects.

Regulus (S-Tier)

Reverse 1999 Regulus
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RarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
✦✦✦✦✦✦StarMentalDPS,
Support

Regulus is an excellent addition to teams prioritizing critical rates and maximizing DPS. In Reverse 1999, she strikes a solid balance between delivering substantial damage and providing valuable utility.

Her versatility on the battlefield extends to her ability to diminish enemy Moxie.

Skills

Reverse 1999 Regulus Skill
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SkillEffect
Sleepless Rave (Ultimate)Mass attack. Deals 300% Mental DMG to all enemies and inflicts [Riot and Roll] status on all allies for 1 round.

Riot and Roll: Dodges any non-Ultimate attacks. Dispels the effect after the caster takes action.
Treat for the Ears✦✧✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 200% Mental DMG.

✦✦✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 300% Mental DMG.

✦✦✦
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 500% Mental DMG.
Challenge For The Eyes✦✧✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 150% Mental DMG to 2 enemies.

✦✦✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 150% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. When the caster scores a critical hit, Moxie -1 for the targets.

✦✦✦
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 275% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. When the caster scores a critical hit, Moxie -2 for the targets.

Regulus Team

Reverse 1999 Regulus Team
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Damage DealerSupportSustain
RegulusBaby Blue, ErickDikke, Medicine Pocket

Regulus thrives in a team that amplifies Mental DMG in Reverse 1999.

Baby Blue contributes by applying -Mental DEF and +DMG Taken debuffs, which unquestionably boost Regulus’s damage potential.

Meanwhile, Erick’s focus lies in providing Dispel, Disarm, and debuffs related to -Crit Rate and Crit DEF, enhancing Regulus’ chances of landing critical hits.

Centurion (S-Tier)

Reverse 1999 Centurion
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RarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
✦✦✦✦✦✦BeastRealityBurst DMG

Centurion stands as the powerhouse in Reverse 1999, excelling at confronting hordes of enemies or focusing on single-target combat.

Her passive ability boosts her damage output for each point of Moxie she accumulates, and she can efficiently unleash her Ultimate to handle multiple adversaries.

Skills

Reverse 1999 Centurion Skill
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SkillEffect
Reality Show Premier (Ultimate)Mass attack. Deals 300% Reality DMG and inflicts 1 stack of [Weakness] on all enemies.

Weakness: When the caster attacks, DMG Bonus -25% (-1 stack after trigger).
Victorious General✦✧✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 180% Reality DMG plus (the caster’s Moxie x8%) Reality DMG.

✦✦✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 270% Reality DMG plus (the caster’s Moxie x12%) Reality DMG.

✦✦✦
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 450% Reality DMG plus (the caster’s Moxie x20%) Reality DMG.
Outdoor Superstar✦✧✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 150% Reality DMG to 2 enemies.

✦✦✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 150% Reality DMG to 2 enemies. Moxie +1 to self.

✦✦✦
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 225% Reality DMG to 2 enemies. Moxie +2 to self.

Centurion Team

Reverse 1999 Centurion Team
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Damage DealerSupportSustain
CenturionAn-an LeeMedicine Pocket

Centurion ranks among the top DPS characters in Reverse 1999, capable of dealing damage to both single targets and in AoE situations. To maximize her damage potential, you’ll want a team that supports her with valuable buffs and debuff.

An-an Lee offers +DMG Dealt, while Medicine Pocket applies +DMG Taken to enemies, significantly boosting Centurion’s damage output.

A Knight (A-Tier)

Reverse 1999 A Knight
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RarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
✦✦✦✦✦✦SpiritRealityDPS

A Knight is one of the standout characters in Reverse 1999, setting himself apart not only through his distinctive appearance but also with his rare Afflatus “Spirit.”

While he may not fully capitalize on the +30% DMG Bonus against “Intellect” enemies due to their scarcity, his Ultimate ability provides a significant +50% DMG bonus to all allies, making him a valuable asset to the team.

Skill

Reverse 1999 A Knight Skill
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SkillEffect
After AD 778 (Ultimate)Mass attack. Deals 400% Reality DMG to all enemies. If any target is defeated, then inflict 1 stack of [Rousing Morale] on all allies.

Rousing Morale: When the caster attacks, DMG Bonus +50% (-1 stack after trigger).
Justice✦✧✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 180% Reality DMG. If the target is defeated, Moxie +1 for self.

✦✦✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 250% Reality DMG. If the target is defeated, Moxie +2 for self.

✦✦✦
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 450% Reality DMG. If the target is defeated, Moxie +3 for self.
Glory✦✧✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 150% Reality DMG to 2 enemies.

✦✦✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 150% Reality DMG to 2 enemies. Moxie +1 for self.

✦✦✦
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 225% Reality DMG to 2 enemies. Moxie +2 for self.

A Knight Team

Reverse 1999 A Knight Team
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Damage DealerSupportSustain
A KnightBkronbluemeMedicine Pocket

To fully capitalize on A Knight’s Reality DMG, you should assemble a team that enhances his Reality output.

Bkornblueme plays a dual role as both a damage dealer and a debuff support in Reverse 1999, proving exceptionally effective in a Reality-focused team by applying -Reality DEF and +DMG Taken debuffs to enemies.

Additionally, Medicine Pocket contributes by granting a general +DMG Taken bonus against enemies and excels in keeping the team alive through substantial healing.

Druvis III (A-Tier)

Reverse 1999
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RarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
✦✦✦✦✦✦PlantMentalControl, DPS

Druvis III’s Petrify status is among the most formidable forms of crowd control in Reverse 1999, rendering the target entirely incapacitated.

Given Druvis’s abilities, it is highly recommended to incorporate her into a team with strong synergy.

Skill

Reverse 1999 Druvis skill
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SkillEffect
Silence in the Woods (Ultimate)Mass attack. Deals 400% Mental DMG to all enemies and 1 round of [Petrify] to the main target.

Petrify: Cannont act. Dispels the effect after taking Reality DMG attack.
Wind into the Woods✦✧✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 200% Mental DMG.

✦✦✧
[Debuff] 1-target attack. Deals 200% Mental DMG and inflicts [Petrify] status for 1 round.

✦✦✦
[Debuff] 1-target attack. Deals 300% Mental DMG and inflicts [Petrify] status for 2 rounds.
Early Dawn✦✧✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 120% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. This attack enjoys Penetration Rate +30%.

✦✦✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 180% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. This attack enjoys Penetration Rate +30%.

✦✦✦
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 300% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. This attack enjoys Penetration Rate +30%.

Druvis III Team

Reverse 1999 Druvis III Team
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Damage DealerSupportSustain
Druvis IIIVoyagerDikke

Druvis III’s “Petrify” inflicts a state in which the enemy target remains incapacitated until the debuff is dispelled by being struck with a Reality DMG attack.

To make the most of this, it’s advisable to position Druvis within a Mental DMG team, allowing you to leverage the Petrify status effectively.

In Reverse 1999, Voyager provides mass attacks, confusion, and a counter-attack, while Dikke excels in healing and purifying all negative status effects. Given their shared Mental damage type, they make ideal choices for supporting Druvis III.

Matilda (B-Tier)

Reverse 1999 Matilda
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RarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
✦✦✦✦✦StarMentalDebuff, DPS

To unlock Matilda’s full potential, she relies on receiving consistent buffs. Having a supporting character capable of dealing with respectable damage and applying debuffs is crucial to maximizing her effectiveness within the team.

Skill

Reverse 1999 Matilda skill
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SkillEffect
Fleeting Revelation (Ultimate)1-target attack. Deals 500% Mental DMG. This attack enjoys Critical Rate +15%.
Ingenious Etude✦✧✧
[Attack] 1-target attack. Deals 200% Mental DMG.

✦✦✧
[Debuff] 1-target attack. Deals 250% Mental DMG and inflicts 1 stack of [Confusion] on the target. Lasts 1 round.

✦✦✦
[Debuff] 1-target attack. Deals 450% Mental DMG and inflicts 1 stack of [Confusion] on the target. Lasts 1 round.

Confusion: Critical Resist -25% (can stack; each stack is timed independently).
Under the Spotlight✦✧✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 120% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. This attack enjoys Penetration Rate +30%.

✦✦✧
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 180% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. This attack enjoys Penetration Rate +30%.

✦✦✦
[Attack] Mass attack. Deals 300% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. This attack enjoys Penetration Rate +30%.

Matilda Team

Reverse 1999 Matilda
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Damage DealerSupportSustain
MatildaBaby BlueDikke

Matilda’s ability to inflict confusion debuffs has proven beneficial during stages, but she falls short in damage output. When forming a team, it’s advisable to assemble one that not only delivers decent damage but also offers sustainability.

Baby Blue applies -Mental DEF and +DMG Taken to enemies, significantly enhancing Matilda’s Mental damage output. Dikke is an ideal addition to a mental-oriented team, providing substantial mass healing and contributing to the team’s Mental damage potential.

Other Damage Dealer

NameTierRarityAfflatusDamage TypeFocus
CharlieS✦✦✦✦✦StarMentalDispeller, DPS
LilyaS✦✦✦✦✦✦StarRealityBurst DMG
EagleB✦✦✦✦PlantRealityBurst DMG
PaviaB✦✦✦✦BeastMentalDPS, Self-Healing
SatsukiB✦✦✦✦✦PlantMentalDPS, Control
SweetheartC✦✦✦✦✦BeastRealityDPS, Control
LeilaniC✦✦✦BeastRealitySupport, DPS
MondlichtD✦✦✦✦MineralRealityDPS
RabiesD✦✦✦✦PlantRealityDPS, Poison
Bunny BunnyE✦✦✦✦BeastRealityNasty Wound

Conclusion

It’s undeniable that characters in the S-Tier for Damage Dealers are exclusive to six-star rarity. However, A-Tier characters can excel in a well-constructed lineup with proper support and sustain, particularly when focusing on debuffs and buffs to optimize their damage output.

Want more Reverse 1999 content? Check out – Reverse 1999 – Game Introduction: What You Need To Know.

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