Reverse 1999 Restraining Training Guide – What Does it Mean? – Gamezebo

Trying to work out the Reverse 1999 Restraining Training challenge? It’s roughly translated, leading to a lot of players being confused as to what they need to do to beat Stage 03.

Reverse 1999 is a turn-based gacha game that features RPG elements and tactical combat. Embark on a brand-new adventure as you reside in a world where arcanists and humans live together. You play as the “Timekeeper”, a being who can travel back in time. You’ve been tasked to destroy Manus Vindictae’s plot and to discover the trust of 1999.

For more information about the game, visit the official website. If you’re curious about other questions in Reverse 1999, check out our Reverse 1999 Schneider Sisters guide, our Reverse 1999 Unexpected Audience guide, and our Reverse 1999 Incantation Might guide!

Reverse 1999 Restraining Training Guide

So, this part of the Camping Safety Guide challenge has a lot of players stumped – even me. Thanks to the English translation, it’s a little confusing when you read the rule for Stage 03 Normal. While there are 2 other tasks for Camping Safety Guide Stage 03, most players are looking to obtain the 30 free Clear Drops. I’ll be focusing purely on the Normal difficulty mode for this stage!

Anyway, let’s get on to how exactly you can beat Stage 03. Annoyingly, it’s actually really simple once you look past the rough translation. I spent ages trying to work out what I had to do, and I had to restart multiple times. However, I’m now here to help!

The Special Rule of Stage 03

  • [Ally] Inflicting restraining ATK makes the targets lose 100% of their max HP. Otherwise, you lose 100% of your max HP.

Basically, if you don’t use a “restraining ATK” move that depletes the enemy’s HP to 0, you end up being defeated instead – it’s pretty unforgiving. Many people, including myself, thought that “restraining” meant applying a debuff to the enemy to… restrain it. That’s what it reads as, after all.

However, that isn’t the case at all. By “restraining ATK” they mean the Afflatus that is the strongest to use against that specific enemy – you just need to work out which Afflatus is their weakness. After you know that, you can then take a look at the cards in your deck to find the corresponding Afflatus and use them to defeat each enemy.