Well, transformation table at swordgirls.org isn't fully correct. Most of chars have fine descriptions but some lack of extra effects. I would say around 1/5 have some missing descriptions so they are in reality better as stated. swogi had correct effects but it's offline for now
@Akihito I'd say those ranges are mostly accurate. There are a few dungeons I'd like to make additional comments about. I'll also point out any where making a specific counter for a given boss would drastically change the requirements.
*** Catch That Cat!: the boss is much harder than the rest of the dungeon (which can be cleared at 100DP). The boss can be beaten with a 300DP field lock deck, though this obviously takes ages and is not the same deck you'd use for the previous floors. The boss is notoriously inconsistent even for very high DP decks.**
I'm curious as to what grinding deck you'd use Amrita (Underground Library boss card) for, since you marked her and Anj Inyghem (Vampire Lands boss card) as only for grinding purposes. Also I wouldn't even suggest Anj for grinding - with the nerf to the final part of Anj's skill (the formerly infamous 'Anjecute') Fugitive Iri Flina (Darklore starter deck character) is generally preferable.
Well Shana it's officially doable with 100 dp and with bruteforce (no gimmicky counters). You shall believe in me!
Fair enough. Thnx. Need my 2nd witness back ;-;.I remember how much of a shock it was at the time cause i got it from one of the daily free packs and appearently only one other person on the server at the time had done the same. Oh the memories
First of all thanks for including my pvp version of passcode to the guide.
Secondly i would like to place an quite important additional option you didn't mentioned. But before few words on my pvp version of deck.
Street Idol Clarice PvP version (based on akihito's build) - 100DP is a deck purely oriented at pvp. It's as much antideckout as possible for passcode and it allows to get strong field presence ASAP. What wasn't mentioned it's that recycle follower on field allows you to be rookie target at any case. This is why it needs to be played with Rookie debut. I strongly advice this setup (or similar) for pvp purposes and it can be done with basic Alchemist Clarice as well even though it isn't so strong. Main key for good cheap versions of pvp passcodes is to make use of free dp left and include lukif. In lowest pvp bracket it can be very hard to counter or even in some cases impossible which allows you to get some freerolls. Lukif is also highly recommended in 300 dp versions as well as grinding decks. Of course if you can allow the cost of crafting.
Crux Passcode - PvE/ 300 DP pvp is the more expensive passcode version but better one and can be improved a lot. This deck I put in is just general idea deck - aim is to exchange rookie buff for Sisters Reunion buff (4x +4/0/+4 or 3x +3/0/+3 with added possibility to get rid off lukif due to -3/-3/-3 debuff if only 1 follower is put) and Demotion (possibly +4/0/+4 but may be as low as +2/0/+2) and improve deck with d.rare crux followers oriented spells like Luthicas Ward/Dignity/The Truth Revealed/Shock/Forced Return/ Pacifism maybe Sanctuary Pillar or Totem. In addition you can use very funny but powerfull in this setup spell called Smallification and maybe Sending information if you feel lucky and adventorous (very risky option but may give buff as much as +6/0+6 for 3 followers).
Char is usually picked up from crux chars but it doesn't have to be, you may decide to pick up mighty child Helena for example, it's really up to you but you can't play Clarisse chars. This deck has possibility to improve up to around 350 DP and than you can switch your followers to 2 sizer crux followers and play so-called Crux mass deck (similar idea just 2 sizers with some twists) which you can improve further up to around 500 DP.
But... before we clap our backs till no tomorrow there is something to be said about passcode decks. It's aim is mainly to be cheap grinding deck and quick improvement for beginners. As for pvp stage there is quite number of better decks even with buffing abilities. Passcode is safe all-around choice with decent outcomes but can't be treated as Holy Grail. As i mentioned it can be used as a pit stop before achieving crux mass deck evolving itself into stronger version which is capable of doing more damage, but main goal of passcode is just to be very cheap and as effective in it's price as possible.
I don't know anything about this. Can you turn on framerate display by hitting F12 and let me know what your framerate is. If you are using a non-potato computer and have graphics drivers installed it should be 60 or higher.