Best Resonate Builds for All Characters

Looking into the best Resonate builds for your 6-star and 5-star characters in Reverse: 1999. Is it better to use Quick Load?

It is advisable to maintain your characters at Resonate level 10 and focus on developing your other characters to effectively engage in the game's Limbo and UTTU content. Advancing your characters beyond Resonate level 10 is considered economically inefficient for most players, except for those who invest financially to expedite the acquisition of materials necessary for character upgrades. Consequently, all presented builds adhere to the idea blocks accessible at Resonate level 10 for each character. More information can be found in a separate article:

Special thanks to a content creator from Bilibili, 二纯QvQ for all the Resonate designs that’s shown in this article. Keep in mind that as mentioned in our Resonate guide, you can always design your own brain area as you upgrade your character’s Resonate level. These builds are shown for your reference and requires your own testing as teams, Psychubes used and portray levels are different from each players account. Nevertheless, we hope these builds will assist you in tailoring your characters' bonus stats to match their roles within your team.

Quick Load

According to a video by iamrivenous, Quick Load may actually be equal or better in many cases, and the difference itself may be marginal. Therefore, use Quick Load for generic use, but use the the below recommended builds for specific use cases.

6 Star Characters

A Knight

An-an Lee

Centurion

Druvis III

Eternity

Lilya

Medicine Pocket

Melania

Ms. NewBabel

Pickles

Regulus

Sotheby

Voyager

5 Star Characters

Baby Blue

Balloon Party

Bkornblume

Charlie

Dikke

Matilda

Necrologist

Satsuki

Sonetto

Sweetheart

Tennant

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