One of the best things about Danganronpa S: Ultimate Summer Camp is that you have the opportunity to play as practically every character that has appeared in the series. However, unlocking the cards of these characters takes a lot of time and effort. That means lots of trips to the MonoMono machines over at the school shop.
If you’ve played any of the Danganronpa titles before, you’ve definitely come across a MonoMono machine. This time, however, there’s a lot more to consider. For example, there are hundreds of cards with different levels of rarity. Also, the school store now has four different machines to buy. So how do you navigate through all of this without falling victim to pesky microtransactions? Read on and we’ll walk you through it.
What do you get in the school shop?
The school store has everything you need to get your summer camp experience up and running. As you continue to earn medals in-game, you’ll be visiting here quite often. Here is an overview of the items that you can buy.
- Character Cards: Character cards allow players to develop their favorite Hope’s Peak Academy students and add them to their battlegroup. Every character has four character cards with different levels of rarity N, R, S and U. Rarer cards can equip more abilities and receive more significant attribute and talent fragment boosts in Evolution mode.
- Hype Cards: Hype cards give their respective character Stat boosts and increase their growth caps. Every character has nine hype cards, in rarity of W to WR. Another new feature of Hype Cards is that they feature outstanding fan art of all your favorite characters!
- The gifts: Gifts add variety to your character Buffs in development mode, such as B. to earn more money per fight or to increase the experience from fights. You can equip two gifts per development mode playthrough.
What Are the Different Types of MonoMono Machines?
So you entered the school store for the first time and noticed four different machines. You may be wondering why there are so many MonoMono machines and if they differ from each other. To answer your question, every MonoMono machine lasts other currency and offers various card rarities. Here’s a quick look at each.
The MonoMono machine is similar to the same machine used by Trigger Happy Havoc. To use it you have to spend Monokuma Medalsthat look silver monocoins. There is no guarantee of high rarity cards in this device. However, the medals required for this are much easier to get.
Mono Mono Yachine
The MonoMono Yachine is a replica of the palm tree gacha machine from Goodbye Despair. In contrast to the MonoMono Machine, the Yachine Monomi Medalsthat look pink coins with Usami’s face on them. The MonoMono Yachine guarantees the card rarities S, W and higher.
Golden MonoMono Machine
The Golden MonoMono Machine looks exactly like the name suggests. In addition, the currency of this machine Gold Monokuma Medals, which are very similar gold colored monocoins of the series. The golden MonoMono machine guarantees the highest rarity cards, U, WR and PR. However, the necessary gold medals are much harder to earn.
The vending machine sells tickets through the Nintendo e-shop. In fact, you can choose exactly which card to buy from the game’s entire card album. So if you have the money to spend and there’s something you want there in particular, feel free to use it. Nevertheless, it is not necessary. There is no exclusive DLC in the vending machine. The vending machine merely eliminates the random element of the MonoMono machines.
How do I get medals?
You’ve been to the store and you know what medals you need to use the machines. But how can you get yourself some medals to spend? The short answer is to keep playing the game. Much of the rhythm and flow of Danganronpa S comes from the grind. However, here is a breakdown of the two methods you can use to earn Mono Medals.
The Usami Flower Mode contains a list of game successes who award medals upon completion. There are many achievements to earn in Usami Flower, so you’ll keep earning medals as long as you play regularly. Usami Flower Mode is that too best resource to get monomi medals, which gives you spins at MonoMono Yachine.
Battle mode rewards medals for complete missions for each floor of the Tower of Despair. Additionally, enemies occasionally drop medals as well. During battle mode mainly rewards standard Monokuma Medals, You can Farm them much faster in this mode as by Usami Flower. You can also occasionally get the Gold Monokuma Medal and Monomi Medal here.
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