'Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2' Complete Guide For Building Namekian Character

By Allan B. , Updated Nov 13, 2016 05:13 AM EST
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One of the reasons why building a Namekian character in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" is a good choice is because of their big health, fast recovery of stamina, and quick regeneration of health when at its lowest. And because of that, this guide will cover everything a player needs to know when building Namekian Character

Namekian Stats and Attribute Point Build

Since there is only one gender for Namekians, the bonuses received are all the same. Items that refill stamina, regenerate health and improving health levels are ideal for them in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2." Their attack level is a bit lower than the others but the bonuses they get makes up so they can attack more often. The more health they regenerate, the more attack they can throw, evade hits and even vanish.

In assigning attribute points, it is recommended to give 38 for Health, 42 in Ki, 42 in Stamina, 85 in Basic Attack, 0 up to 125 for Strike Supers and Ki Blast Supers. Players get a total of 332 points in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" so its enough to cover everything needed in the start. Some players prefer to raise health a little more but it is not advisable because Namekians have high health rate so it would be more useful to give that to other stats.

Recommended QQ Bang for Namekians

It is essential to get a QQ Bang that doesn't affect the Namekian's Ki. It is also important to choose one that doesn't get too much from Stamina and Health. However, if the player have no choice, its best to choose the one that decreases Health and Stamina instead of Ki because Namekians in "Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2" gets bonuses to make up for the lost stats.

Players can also choose QQ Bang that lowers basic attack unless the player is planning to max out that stat. In choosing a Supers based build, its best to get the one that increases the player's chosen super. An ideal QQ Bang for a Namekian should only deduct 2 from health, add 4 in Ki, deduct 2 in Stamina, adds 1 in Basic Attack, less 3 in Strike Super and adds 4 in Ki Blast Super.

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