Enemies will usually outnumber you - learn to use skills with care.
First off, you have to employ tactical thinking in the game. Just like in many other games with turn-based combat, in Regalia you have to learn to use your characters effectively.
Do not charge at the enemies and allow them to approach you. The enemy tends to attack the closest character within sight and it is best to assign the toughest characters for the initial fight (Levant, Griffith).
Enemies will usually come in greater numbers and it is a good idea to use it as their disadvantage. Block their access to your characters by forming obstacles in the battlefield and fight several units at a time. Also, try to deal AoE damage.
AoE skills are perfect against groups of weapon enemies.
During combat, you cannot save the game, and characters' skills often miss their targets. You should unlock perks and gather equipment that increases your accuracy, thanks to which you will avoid frustration.
Always remember about the authority factor in combat. Apart from the fact that you can use it to activate the strongest skills, you can activate the character once more, after you have already performed an action. This is highly useful, if you use an AoE spell, use up 1 authority point and use yet another skill.
Each of the characters has a shield factor that the first to absorbs damage dealt to characters. As soon as its value drops to zero, damage is dealt to health points. Some skills ignore this value and affect health.
Demon summoned by Aliss is useful for virtually any battle.
Kay is an inconspicuous but powerful character. His first skill provides lots of armor points to the selected character - always cast it on Levant/Griffith thanks to which they will become tougher and virtually invincible. Other characters may focus on dealing damage to enemies.
Aliss can summon a powerful demon that makes many battles easier. It is best to cast the wall of fire onto the demon (damage from fire extend the summon's presence in the battlefield) and provide him with armor points. The demon will be able then to eliminate many opponents.
It is necessary that you improve your relations with your favorite character - this will grant you access to modifications of their skills and will buff them up. This is very useful in case of, e.g. Aliss and Signy.
Kay, Levant, Aliss and Signy make a perfect party that can fight off any danger.
Remember that you cannot regenerate health in combat. If someone in the party dies in battle, he will no longer be available during the journey, unless you reach a camp. This is why you should get into habit of retreating the wounded from the battlefield to avoid loses in your ranks.
Kay, Levant, Aliss and Signy. Make an interesting party make-up. Levant is your typical tank, who takes on all damage from the enemy. At the same time, he has access to stunning and can silence enemies for a turn. Kay's job would be then to cast protective spells onto Levant and occasionally to attack/cast banner. Aliss is a versatile character and can engage enemies with very strong spells, plus she can summon the demon, which is very useful in many situations. Signy is very strong with her use of AoE attacks and she is highly mobile, at the same time. She is perfect for destroying distant targets and her ultimate skill is highly effective.
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