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Best Isolde Build in Reverse 1999

Here's a detailed guide on how to best use Isolde in Reverse 1999.

Isolde is a 6-Star support with the Spirit element in Reverse 1999. She’s elegant and classy, but don’t let that fool you, as she’s also a powerful Support character. If you’re to add her to your team, I’ll show you the best Isolde build in Reverse 1999. 

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Reverse 1999: Best Isolde Build

Isolde Abilities

First, let’s take a look at specific abilities Isolde has. She focuses on sending out debuffs and dealing loads of burn damage:

  • Swirling Hum Mass Attack. Deals 150% Mental DMG to 2 enemies. Upon landing a hit, she inflicts 2 stacks of [Burn] on the target. If the caster is in [Interlude] status, this attack enjoys a Penetration Rate of +30%. If the caster is in [Finale] status, this attack gives an additional Penetration Rate of +30%.
    • Level 2 [Debuff]Mass Attack. Deals 225% Reality DMG to 2 targets and inflicts 2 stacks of [Burn] on them. When in [Interlude] status, the penetration rate of this attack is increased by 30%; When in [Finale]status, the penetration rate of this attack is increased by 50%;
    • Level 3[Debuff]Mass Attack. Deals 300% Reality DMG to 2 targets and inflicts 2 stacks of [Burn] on them. When in [Interlude] status, the penetration rate of this attack is increased by 30%; When in [Finale]status, the penetration rate of this attack is increased by 50%;
  • Freedom of Will [Debuff]Mass Debuff. Critical DEF -25% and Reality DEF -15% for all enemies, lasting for 2 rounds. If the target has [Burn], Reality DEF -20% instead.
    • Level 2 [Debuff]Mass Debuff. Critical DEF -35% and Reality DEF -15% for all enemies, lasting for 2 rounds. If the target has [Burn], Reality DEF -20% instead.
    • Level 3[Debuff]Mass Debuff. Critical DEF -50% and Reality DEF -15% for all enemies, lasting for 2 rounds. If the target has [Burn], Reality DEF -20% instead.
  • Until Blood Floods the Throat (Ultimate)Mass debuff. Inflict 5 stacks of [Burn] on all enemies and 5 additional stacks of [Burn] on the main target. Gives 1 stack of [Rousing Morale] to all allies; cast [Intermezzo], and for each 1 additional stack of [Burn] on the main target, for this cast, [Intermezzo] Incantation Might +15%.

Best Psychube for Isolde in Reverse 1999

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If you want to add Isolde to your team, “Hopscotch” is the best Psychube to equip. Most of her damage will come from her skills, so increasing her power is better than increasing her overall attack damage. 

How to Use Isolde in Reverse 1999

When using Isolde, you’ll want to focus on burning your enemies first with Swirling Hum. Not only will this deal DMG over time, but it will also Debuff the enemy. After your target is burned, follow up with freedom of Will, which will add additional Debuffs to the target for an extra 2 turns. Once you have your Ultimate, Until Blood Floods the Throat, you will inflict even more Burn and Debuffs. 

However, Isolde’s defense leaves a lot to be desired. So you’ll want to pair her with a strong Healer like Balloon Party and a strong Attacker like Eternity to finish off the enemies you Debuffed with Isolde. This is a very solid set of characters to use, and they’re all relatively easy to obtain. 

That’s the best Isolde build in Reverse 1999. If you’re looking for more tips and tricks, check out our dedicated guides hub for topics such as what hangs in Sotheby’s mansion and which side do you enter, and which side do you leave


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