This is a guide on Safe Spots in Miitopia on Nintendo Switch. Read on to know about Safe Spots and how to use them efficiently!
Safe Spot is a special tactic in Nintendo Switch that is unlocked the first time you get afflicted by a status effect. Essentially, a Safe Spot allows one of your characters to heal their HP and MP over time. In exchange, that character will be unable to participate in battle nor will he/she get damaged.
Other than healing HP and MP, it also helps in removing negative status effects such as laughing and curse making this tactic even more useful.
Mastering and how to use the Safe Spot will be crucial especially for battles that tend to draw out longer than usual such as boss fights and opponents that tend to inflict negative status effects. However, do not forget as well to take out your teammate when they are done healing as they will not attack no matter what while in the Safe Spot!
Safe Spots are especially crucial when you have opponents that can inflict Curse on your characters. A character that is cursed will not attack the opponent and instead disrupt your teammates - not something you'd want especially against powerful enemies.
Getting your character relationship level to Level 7 will unlock the 'Get Well Soon' assist. This will increase the restorative properties of the Safe Spot. Similarly, if you have a Level 5 relationship level with the Horse, you will unlock the 'Snuggle Up' assist which has a similar effect to Get Well Soon.
Rescuing faces can also improve the effectiveness of Safe Spots. The list below shows how many faces are needed to upgrade the effectivity of Safe Spots.
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