It doesn’t take long for the hits to start hitting harder in Reverse: 1999, and once your health starts running low, there’s only one real way to fix the problem: you need to bring a healer into the fight.
All Healers in Reverse: Listed in 1999 (November 2023)
Conversely, the healers of 1999 come in all shapes, sizes and efficiencies. Some of them can use their abilities to heal their party through their skills or bursts. Dikke, for example, is a character who can heal through one of her abilities. Combining several of the same cards can increase your party’s healing efficiency. And then there are healers like Bunny Bunny, whose skills can weaken the enemy, but their Ultimate Burst will heal the entire party. Having a healer in the party can be a saving grace, not only to get all the stars in battle for more rewards, but also to ensure that you actually achieve a victory in the end.
|Sotheby||✦✦✦✦✦✦ (Six stars)||Attachment||Dexterity and burst|
|Balloon party||✦✦✦✦✦ (Five stars)||mineral||Capability|
|Bunny bunny||✦✦✦✦ (Four stars)||animal||Burst|
|Apple||✦✦✦✦||star||Dexterity and burst|
|Darley Clatter||✦✦✦✦||animal||Dexterity and burst|
|John Titor||✦✦✦ (three stars)||intelligence||Capability|
How to get Dikke for free in reverse: 1999
If players can somehow manage to get their luck by avoiding all the healers available through summoning, they shouldn’t have to worry about being without a healer. For those new to Reverse: 1999, there are many events that reward the player daily for logging in, including a banner that grants summoning materials called Unilogs as well as a five-star character called Dikke.
Dikke can be collected and automatically summoned to the player’s crew on the eighth day the player logs in. Dikke is a DPS and healer character who uses the beast Afflatus. Through her Justice ability, she is able to mass heal the party based on her attack. When an ally’s HP is less than half or 50%, they heal themselves for an additional percentage based on their attack.
Dikke can be a valuable member of the team, constantly healing when the fight looks tough, but she won’t do any damage to the team as her attack and volley can still do damage. Her Justice ability can also be boosted by combining the same cards, increasing her total healing to HP + 150% of Dikke’s Attack for all allies. Additionally, the more Dikke you get through summoning or even through the beginner event, through display, the more Dikke can boost her damage and healing. If you don’t have one of the rarer healers available in the game, Dikke can be a valuable addition to the team by filling multiple roles.
In turn-based battles like these, you should never underestimate the role of a healer, as they can potentially make the difference between victory and defeat. Or the rating given at the end of the battle: by reaching the maximum number of stars, players can receive further rewards such as Sharpodonty and Clear Drops.
For more Reverse: 1999 news and guides, check out the game tag directly below this article. And to keep an eye out for new healers, check out the upcoming Reverse: 1999 Arcanists banner to plan if you want a six-star healer in your party.