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The action-combat-system in CrossCode is fast-paced and diverse.
Aspects of Combat[edit | edit source]
Combat Actions[edit | edit source]
There are four basic actions that are used in combat:
- Balls for ranged attacks
- Melee to bash nearby enemies
- Dashing to quickly dodge attacks
- Guarding to block attacks that are too fast to dodge
Element Modes[edit | edit source]
Switching Element Modes gives the player a number of Stat and resistance modifiers and elemental attacks, as well as granting access to the Circuits and Combat Arts unlocked on that element's Circuit Tree, often providing a substantial advantage in combat.
Combat Rank[edit | edit source]
Defeating enemies fills the Combat Rank bar at the upper right of the screen. When this is filled, your Combat Rank increases by one, beginning at D and progressing to C, B, A and finally S. When there are no aggressive enemies left in the area, there is a period of approximately five seconds before combat ends, during which time attacking another enemy will allow you to maintain your Combat Rank. Trying to open the Menu will skip this period and immediately end combat. In some cases, such as during the Enemy Rush challenge, combat will be permanently active even without any aggressive enemies being present.
Currently, the only effect of Combat Rank is that it increases the chance of enemy drops, and some drops can only be found at high combat rank. Ideas have been mentioned that a high Combat Rank could make enemies more difficult, or that Combat Rank could decrease slowly over time to discourage avoiding enemies for extended periods of time to regenerate health, but these have not yet been implemented.
Healing[edit | edit source]
While Lea quickly regenerates health outside of combat, regaining health during combat is more difficult. The primary method is by eating Sandwiches using the Quickmenu. It is also possible to equip Circuits and Equipment that offer HP regeneration. In addition, some enemies, particularly those intended for training purposes, may drop health pickups when defeated.