SDBH features four different ability types that have to be activated in certain ways. This Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission Abilities Guide explains the four different types of abilities available to different heroes, how to activate them and how they work together.
The abilities of each character is unique to that characters card. That’s one of the most difficult aspects of the Abilities in the game, knowing and understanding your cards and abilities. Choose your team carefully, learn the abilities at your disposal and then use them together to unleash hugely powerful combinations and attacks.
Below is a breakdown of each of the different ability types in the game.
Type 1 Ability – Attack
Attack abilities are only activated when a unit has been moved into the attacking area of the battlefield, the red area. If that is the single requirement for the ability to activate, you will see a small capsule appear next to the character to show that the ability will activate during the next combat sequence.
If you see the capsule icon, you have fulfilled the attack ability requirements and it will come into effect when you next attack.
Type 2 Ability – Support
Support Abilities work in a near identical fashion to Attack Abilities, except for one minor difference. Instead of being activated in an attack space, you need to be standing in the Support area, marked by the blue area on the combat screen. Again, as before, if you see the capsule next to the character it will use the ability on its next attack.
Type 3 Ability – Link
Link abilities are slightly more complicated as they require two different actions in order to activate. Firstly, you must be placed within the support zone, the blue area on the combat map. If the character has an ability you will see a shining path going forward. Link this path to another character to apply the support ability to that character. As below:
Type 4 Ability – Auto
Auto abilities are the simplest. They activate automatically once the requirements have been met. This can be many different things. The amount of rounds passed, your Power Level, check each specific Auto ability for information on how they trigger in combat.
That wraps up our Super Dragon Ball Heroes World Mission Abilities Guide. If you have any questions, post a comment below.
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