Reverse 1999 – Team Tier List

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Reverse: 1999

Timekeepers, Reverse 1999 is finally here, and we’re thrilled to introduce you to this visually stunning game. The storyline is centered on time-travel adventures set in the 20th century, complemented by its unique and engaging strategic gameplay.

It marks the maiden venture of Bluepoch Co., Ltd. into the gaming world, and we are utterly captivated by its charm.

You can download Reverse 1999 from Google Play and the Apple Store.

Reverse 1999
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In this article, we present a future-proof tier list to assist you in planning and assembling a fitting team composition for the existing and upcoming content in Reverse 1999.

Reverse 1999 – Team Tier List: How it Works?

For clarity, we will simplify the list by categorizing it based on Character Roles (DPS, Support, Sustain) and Tiers (S-Tier, A-Tier, B-Tier).

Reverse: 1999 Role
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Character Role

Ensuring a balanced team often involves incorporating a DPS, a Support, and a Sustain character.

While this is a recognized team composition that has proven effective for many players, the specific combination can also be tailored to match your unique play style.

RoleDescription
Damage Dealer (DPS)Characters who primarily specialize in dealing damage to enemies.
SupportCharacters typically possess abilities designed to offer protective buffs, crowd control, and other assistance that enhance their team’s overall performance.
SustainCharacters manifest in diverse forms, often serving as healers who play a crucial role in maintaining the team’s survivability throughout the game.
Reverse: 1999 Banner
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Centurion Comp (S-Tier Whale)

Centurion (Damage Dealer)

Reverse: 1999 Cen
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦BeastReality

This character is undoubtedly your Reverse 1999 powerhouse, renowned for her exceptional DPS capabilities, boasting a high base attack value, potent damage boosts, and remarkable moxie.

Reverse: 1999 Centurion Skill
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UltimateDescription
Reality Show PremierMass 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).

An-an Lee (Support)

Reverse: 1999 An-an Lee
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦PlantReality

An-an Lee can stun enemies and provide buffs that enhance DMG Dealt and reduce DMG Taken. Her ultimate attack inflicts notable damage with random incantation gains, rendering her a valuable asset for any mass DPS scenario in Reverse 1999.

Reverse: 1999 An-an Lee Skill
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UltimateDescription
Scientific Ghost BusterMass Attack. Deals 400% Reality DMG to all enemies. The caster enters [Empower Incantation I] status for 2 rounds.

Empower Incantation I: When a round begins, a random incantation gains +1 star.

Medicine Pocket (Sustain)

Reverse: 1999 Medicine
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦BeastMental

Medicine Pocket, a non-binary character in Reverse 1999, is a highly proficient healer specializing in damage reduction.

Their mass healing ability applies a stack of sturdiness to all allies, solidifying Medicine Pocket’s position as one of the top choices for sustaining your team.

Reverse: 1999 Medicine Skill
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UltimateDescription
26 Seconds Reactions1-Target Attack. Deals 450% Mental DMG and inflicts [Daze] on the target for 1 round. Moxie +1 for the caster.

Daze: Cannot act.

Regulus Comp (S-Tier Whale)

Regulus (Damage Dealer)

Reverse: 1999 Regulus
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦StarMental

An S-Tier for late-game, she has an outstanding DPS character with minimal AP consumption and rapid moxie gain. Her ultimate skill is particularly valuable, as it bestows a team-wide dodge ability in Reverse 1999.

Reverse: 1999 Regulus Skill
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UltimateDescription
Sleepless RaveMass 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.

Voyager (Support)

Reverse: 1999 Voyager
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦StarMental

Voyager is an ideal support choice in Reverse 1999 if your team is centered around critical hits. She consistently bestows a counter ability and durability to all allies, greatly enhancing the survivability of fragile damage dealers.

Reverse: 1999 Voyager Skill
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UltimateDescription
Galactic On Strings1-Target Attack. Deals 500% Mental DMG and inflicts Moxie -2 on the target. If the target is in [Confusion] status, this attack deals 100% Mental DMG.

Confusion: Critical Resist -25% (can stack; each stack is timed independently).

Medicine Pocket (Sustain)

Reverse: 1999 Medicine
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦BeastMental

Medicine Pocket, a non-binary character in Reverse 1999, is a highly proficient healer specializing in damage reduction.

Their mass healing ability applies a stack of sturdiness to all allies, solidifying Medicine Pocket’s position as one of the top choices for sustaining your team.

Reverse: 1999 Medicine Skill
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UltimateDescription
26 Seconds Reactions1-Target Attack. Deals 450% Mental DMG and inflicts [Daze] on the target for 1 round. Moxie +1 for the caster.

Daze: Cannot act.

Eternity Comp [S-Tier Budget & Whale]

Eternity (Damage Dealer)

Reverse: 1999 Eternity
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦MineralReality

She becomes exceptionally potent as her skills accumulate, and her remarkable life-stealing ultimate skill empowers her to effortlessly tackle content solo.

Reverse: 1999 Skill
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UltimateDescription
Odd Story in ExeterMass Attack. Deals 300% Reality DMG to all enemies. This attack enjoys Leech Rate + 50%.

An-an Lee (Support)

Reverse: 1999 An-an Lee
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦PlantReality

An-an Lee can stun enemies and provide buffs that enhance DMG Dealt and reduce DMG Taken. Her ultimate attack inflicts notable damage with random incantation gains, rendering her a valuable asset for any mass DPS scenario in Reverse 1999.

Reverse: 1999 An-an Lee Skill
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UltimateDescription
Scientific Ghost BusterMass Attack. Deals 400% Reality DMG to all enemies. The caster enters [Empower Incantation I] status for 2 rounds.

Empower Incantation I: When a round begins, a random incantation gains +1 star.

Balloon Party (Sustain)

Reverse: 1999 Balloon
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦MineralReality

An exceptional five-star healer and survival support in Reverse 1999, capable of delivering respectable damage. Her healing abilities facilitate the stacking of counters, enabling multiple hits on enemies.

Reverse: 1999 Balloon Skill
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UltimateDescription
Good Kids, Bad AdultsMass Attack. Deals 250% Reality DMG to all enemies. Gives 1 [Balloon of Innocence] and 1 [Party Balloon] to all allies. HP +(Lost HP x10%) for the ally with the lowest HP percentage.

Balloon of Innocence: DMG Taken Reduction +25%. After the caster is attacked, HP +(Lost HP x20%) (stack -1 after trigger).

Lilya Comp (A-Tier Budget)

Lilya (Damage Dealer)

Reverse: 1999 Lilya
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦StarReality

Another formidable late-game S-Tier contender, Liyla, possesses an astonishing boost to Crit Rate within her Insight, and she delivers substantial damage when completely built. This makes her one of the standout late-game S-Tier characters in Reverse 1999.

Reverse: 1999 Lilya Skill
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UltimateDescription
A Small Trick1-Target Attack. Deals 700% Reality DMG. When this attack scores a Critical Hit, it enjoys Leech Rate +15%.

Sonetto (Support)

Reverse: 1999 Sonetto
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦MineralReality

She’s given for free in Reverse 1999. Initially ranked as S-Tier in the Early Game, she now resides in the A-Tier category.

Her commendable damage output lends her great versatility and compatibility with most teams, though she may not perform as optimally in boss fights.

Reverse: 1999 Sonetto
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UltimateDescription
Unrestricted ChantMass Attack. Deals 300% Reality DMG to all enemies. If the caster is in [Stats Up] or [Pos Status] statuses, this attack enjoys Penetration Rate +8% and deals 100% more Reality DMG.

Tennant (Sustain)

Reverse: 1999 Tennant
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦BeastReality

A sustain character capable of providing reliable shields and steady damage output. Her [Diamond Bullet] skill, in particular, establishes remarkable synergy with Reality DMG Dealers.

Reverse: 1999 Tennant Skill

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UltimateDescription
A Sincere Heart1-Target Attack. Deals 550% Reality DMG to the target and loads 2 rounds of [Diamond Bullet].

Diamond Bullet: After the caster attacks, Reality DEF -30% to the target for 2 rounds (-1 stack after trigger).

Regulus Comp (A-Tier Budget)

Regulus (Damage Dealer)

Reverse: 1999 Regulus
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦✦StarMental

An S-Tier for late-game, she has an outstanding DPS character with minimal AP consumption and rapid moxie gain. Her ultimate skill is particularly valuable, as it bestows a team-wide dodge ability in Reverse 1999.

Reverse: 1999 Regulus Skill
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UltimateDescription
Sleepless RaveMass 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.

Baby Blue (Support)

Reverse: 1999 Baby
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦StarMental

She is an excellent support choice for a Mental DMG-focused team in Reverse 1999, offering a range of debuffs.

She can diminish the Mental DEF of enemies for up to three rounds and apply “Cough Syrup,” amplifying the DMG Taken by all enemies while reducing their own DMG output.”

Reverse: 1999 Baby
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UltimateDescription
Tea With FriendsMass Attack. Deals 250% Mental DMG to all enemies. If the target is in [Stats down], [Neg Status], or [Control] statuses, it inflicts [Nightmare] status for 1 round on the target.

Nightmare: Cannot act. Dispels the effect after taking any attack.

Dikke (Sustain)

Reverse: 1999 Dikke
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RarityAfflatusDamage Type
✦✦✦✦✦BeastMental

Another character provided as a free reward in Reverse 1999, obtainable on the 8th day of login. She serves as both a healer and Sub-DPS, showcasing an impressive Ultimate Skill that cleanses all negative status effects from herself.

Reverse: 1999 Dikke Skill
UltimateDescription
Maverick Judge1-Target Attack. Purifies all [Stats Down], [Neg Status], and [Control] statuses from the caster and enters [Immunity] for 1 round to the caster. Deals 400% Mental DMG plus (the caster’s ATK x100%) Genesis DMG.

Immunity: Immune to [Stats Down], [Neg Status], and [Control] statuses.

Conclusion

Every character in Reverse 1999 is meticulously designed, offering unique skills and roles. By understanding the capabilities of each character, you can assemble a team that effectively compensates for any shortcomings.

If you enjoy strategy games like Reverse 1999, check out CounterSide, Honkai: Star Rail, and Throne of Three Kingdoms.

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