In this post, you will learn some of the best identities that you can team up with to improve your Limbus company adventure.
These identities below are based on the SS and S-tier lists:
- [R Corp. 4th Pack Rabbit] Heathcliff
- [The One Who Shall Grip] Sinclair
- [Dieci South Section 4] Rodion
- [Effloresced E.G.O::Spicebush] Yi Sang
- [K Corp. Class 3 Excision Staff] Hong Lu
Let’s learn about them.
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[R Corp. 4th Pack Rabbit] Heathcliff
One identity has been turning heads and leading the pack Since the game’s launch, Heathcliff has demonstrated himself to be one of the best identities. In the challenging Mirror Dungeon 2 Hard mode, some characters might struggle with their abilities, but not Heathcliff.
His Bodysack E.G.O. may sound strange, but it’s an efficient and affordable move that sets him up for success in the next turn. And his Quick Suppression ability, which not only deals a significant amount of damage by itself but also boosts your entire team’s damage output by 40%.
One of Heathcliff’s standout features is his ammo mechanic. This unique aspect makes him incredibly strong in short, intense battles. With Uptie 4, Heathcliff gets an extra 3 ammo, ensuring he doesn’t run out of steam too quickly. Even at Uptie 3, he performs exceptionally well.
He’s also your go-to identity for farming resources and speed-running missions. His quick, efficient attacks and ammo management make him ideal for these tasks, helping you through challenges and amassing valuable rewards in no time.
[The One Who Shall Grip] Sinclair
Some might call Sinclair a high-risk, high-reward identity, but in reality, it’s more like a high-risk, massive reward. He can be a bit tricky to manage, requiring careful planning and sanity management. There’s even the chance that he might roll a 0 power on a Clash, but don’t let that discourage you.
Sinclair’s strength lies in his unique reliance on tails, negative sanity, and power coins with impressive numbers. It’s this combination that makes him the best identity in the game, no doubt about it. Surprisingly, he doesn’t need Uptie 4 to impress.
One might worry about the negative sanity aspect, however, keeping Sinclair’s sanity in check isn’t as difficult as it seems.
With a little attention, you can maintain a stable low sanity level with him. This unique trait allows him to deal easy and high damage, even against blunt-resistant enemies. Due to a change in SP gain on clash win and kills, Sinclair impresses in Mirror Dungeon, where it used to be too easy to go positive.
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[Dieci South Section 4] Rodion
[Dieci South Section 4] Rodion is undoubtedly one of the best identities you can team up with.
Her unique mix of abilities and impressive damage potential make her a must-have for any team ready to take on the challenges Limbus Company has to offer. Rodion’s new identity is a dust devil of different abilities, sinking, discard, aggro, and tanking with shields. You might think that’s too much to handle, but it all works together.
Rodion can transform into an extremely tanky character with her shields. And if she takes a hit, her aggro skills come into play, boosting her blunt damage by up to 50% on the next turn, due to her passive ability. When it comes to rolling, [Dieci South Section 4] Rodion doesn’t disappoint.
Her Skill 1 may be used the least due to discard mechanics, but it can potentially range from 9 to 15 max power, making it one of the best first skills in the game. Skills 2 and 3 can roll decently as well, dealing substantial damage under the right conditions.
While she can easily access Rime Shank, her limited coin count on skills (3 and 4 coins) can quickly deplete the sinking count, potentially limiting the full potential of Sinking Deluge.
Skill 3 needs to be at least +2 sinking positive, and +4 sinking requires [Heads Hit], which isn’t always guaranteed and can cause Skill 3 to fall short in terms of the Sinking application.
[Effloresced E.G.O::Spicebush] Yi Sang
Yi Sang thrives in long battles, especially those heroic boss encounters where the enemy keeps sending minions. In these scenarios, Yi Sang’s unique abilities come into play. He can stack up Tremor and Sinking, which are crucial for unlocking the potential of his Skill 2 and Skill 3.
For teams that rely on sinking as a status, Yi Sang is the best. His Spicebush Identity not only makes sinking worthwhile to stack but also offers impressive clashing abilities with his Skill 2 and Skill 3.
Plus, he can turn his Skill 2 into an area-of-effect (AoE) attack. Yi Sang synergizes exceptionally well with Sunshower E.G.O., improving his capabilities further. And, in the challenging Mirror Dungeon, his sinking gifts make him a formidable ally, helping your team conquer the trials within.
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[K Corp. Class 3 Excision Staff] Hong Lu
Hong Lu’s tanking skills are incomparable. With his combination of passive abilities and the Dimensional Shredder E.G.O., he can take a beating like no other. In fact, he can be killed, revived, and then killed and revived again multiple times.
He’s also a formidable force in clashes as his decent clash values mean he can go toe-to-toe with opponents when necessary. In case you’re looking to tackle challenging content on your own or just want a reliable safety net for the unknown, Hong Lu is your go-to pick.
He’s the ultimate choice for missions when you know the ropes or when you’re venturing into unknown territory. While Hong Lu is undoubtedly the best tank in the game, he also happens to synergize beautifully with Rupture teams.
This is like the cherry on top, considering Rupture’s significant role in Limbus Company. If you’re building a Rupture team, Hong Lu is that identity.
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