You can give all your Soul Emblems gifts in DBZ Kakarot. This Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gift Giving Guide explains who is the best person for each kind of gift, how you give gifts, where you can find more gifts, and all of your gift related questions.
Gifts are special items scattered throughout the game that can be given to members of your community to increase their community stats and friendship level. Each Soul Emblem comes with its own community stats, with some more experienced in certain fields than others. Although ultimately, all Soul Emblems can be placed within any community with the exception of Community Leaders.
Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Gift Giving GuideOnce you have unlocked the ability to give gifts to community members, you are free to begin upgrading and customizing each member of your community. The vast majority, if not all, of the gifts you will find as you explore are not restricted, you are able to give them to any member of your communities, so what’s the best way of giving gifts to your allies?
Firstly, it’s a good idea to focus on Community Leaders. These are the central character of each community. For example, Goku is the Community Leader for the Z Warriors, Chi-Chi for Cooking, and so on. Community Leaders are unique in the fact that they cannot be moved to other communities, they will always be a member of that one specific community. As such, you cannot go wrong focusing on their primary stats. For example, giving Goku items that increase his Z Warriors level and friendship. He will always be a Z Warriors, so increasing his Z Warriors rank to max will offer the best bonus for that community.
Next, you want to focus on Bonuses and primary stats. As an example, both Kami and King Yemma have a Bonus of “Maybe I’ll send you to hell”, both of them also start with their highest stat being the God community. Therefore, it’s a no-brainer that they will work best in the God community, so you can spend items increasing that for those characters. That same system can be applied across all characters and communities.
Ultimately, there’s not a seriously wrong or right way to do it as long as you don’t focus on more than 1-2 stats per character. The Z Warriors community is rather poor in terms of skills it provides, whereas cooking can massively extend your food buffs. Focus on the Community Skills that suit your play style and offer the best bonuses.
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