Reverse Attribute Field
|During this battle, the positive and negative values of each ability of both units are inverted after each adjustment.|
|Limit||1 per Deck|
|"Aren't you too serious about this game? You're so da... I mean, far too immature." —Mei|
Reverse Attribute Field is a potentially deadly 3-star level battle card that counters some of the most powerful cards and characters in the game. Its main effect is rather simple: for the current combat, all player stats and buffs will be reversed, meaning all + values become – and vice versa. It should be noted though, that only the buffs triggered before the card's activation will be reversed, thus if the opponent attacks second, their battle or hyper card buff will act normally.
Strategic Info[edit | edit source]
Reverse Attribute Field itself is remarkably effective against most enemies but mainly toward opponents with stats that sway heavily to one side. Aggressive characters such as boss if they are low on health. Perhaps of all its uses, the most effective use of the card is to counter hyper cards. Certain characters are particularly susceptible as their hyper cards are all about amplifying the player's stats for maximum attack output. The most counterable hypers are , , , and the two most notorious and . The card directly counters the stat boosts from the Hypers, render the player unable roll anything but a 1 when fully powered up and likely receive stats so low they will be KOd. In some cases, the player may also suffer a massive star loss as a result, and the game will likely be over for that player unless they have a second plan and recover quickly.and will be guaranteed to roll very poorly and tanks like and will lose their ability to defend themselves. The card can also be paired up well with other cards such as and to try and give the opponents the worse odds possible. On the other end of the spectrum, certain characters with only decreased stats such as and can benefit from the card for a small amount of gain. The card can also be used to protect the player from a
The card is not invincible, however, as some cards and characters can slip right through it.and (when not using their hypers) are notably immune to the effect as their stats are neutral across the board. Hypers cards which don't affect the player's stats but instead amplify their roll such as , , and among others, will be completely unaffected by Reverse Attribute Field as well. Some opponents also may receive an edge of some kind from the effect as, for instance, may lose her defensive strength, but will gain +2 evasion instead, meaning she may be able to dodge the player in response.