Getting a team optimized in terms of its gene advantage and disadvantage is key to winning your battles. By using the genes and their associated skills appropriately, you can beat the opponents a lot more easily. This team setup tool work for both mainly campaign fights, so use it generously if you are having trouble to come up with the best team all the time.
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How to Use this Team Optimization Tool
Hopefully by now you have an idea how gene strengths and weaknesses work. Certain genes deal 25%/50% more genes to the genes that they are strong against, and receive 25%/50% less damage to the genes that they are strong with. The purpose of this tool is to quickly analyze the enemy genes and figure out the best combination for you to setup your mutants team.
Insert Enemy Primary and Secondary Genes:
The tool is separated into two sections, type in the number of enemy genes into primary and secondary columns. In the default example, the enemy team is consisted of 1 Cyber, 1 Saber, and 1 Necro, with the secondary genes consisted of Cyber, Saber, and Necro as well.
Now look at your side, the best attacking genes for you are: Zoomorph, Galactic, and Mythic genes. And your best defenses are Cyber, Saber, and Necro.
We can look one step ahead, if you stack your team with either 3 primary genes of Cyber, Saber, or Necro. Your team will suffer the least amount of damage if you take out the enemy that targets your specific primary gene chosen.
For example, if you stack a primary team of Cyber, you can then target Necro mutant in the campaign. So one valid team to take down the campaign easily would be the following.
Cyber / Saber x2 or x1
Cyber / Necro x2 or x1
This setup is because Cyber primary gene will already contain the Cyber attack, and you can stack the other secondary genes instead.