But I can’t put my finger on it
So all you have to do is get a large amount of EXP (you can see the Experience Points page for details) depending on what level your Miis are. This is where the infamous Otherworld Snurp Route comes in. If you go there and find lots of Rare/Very Rare Snurps, and manage to defeat at least a good amount of them, then it could instantly cure most of your sick Miis, as well as level you up a lot.
I don't know if you knew this already, but if you did then you're welcome.
I have a theory that miis fake sick so they don't go on adventures
I went on a route without monsters.
Never knew was possible.
So, about sickness, they are just so annoying, but I thought of a way to deal with it .Instead of taking it the short way to fight the darkest lord with a weak team and lose. I took the long way, and that is having all my 9 other teammates doing 3 jobs. It might take a very very very very very very very very very very very long time to do so, but I think it worth it. So, the idea is to have the protagonist, doing every single job, and the other 9 teammates doing 3 jobs, that way, there would be at least 3 miis doing a job , I got no idea why do I wanted to do this but whatever.
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Having your Miis feel "under the weather" stinks. You're short a party member, and you can't gain relationship, and having a sick Mii is just generally pointless. I have a couple tips and methods on how to deal with this though!
Be productive! You're not doing anything by having a healthy Mii room with a sick one. If a Mii wants to check up on a sick friend, they don't have to be in the room, they will just get the sick Mii's face in a thought bubble and maybe a cutscene like the other events. Sick Miis are also unable to eat or go on outings, so if you have an outing ticket or a piece of grub that you're saving for that Mii, consider giving it to someone else instead.
Use a loophole! Fight the Darker Lord (for which you need 10 party members), grind more EXP to get them feeling better, or trigger a rock-falling event if you're playing through the main story.
Train replacements! Once you have beaten the game, you are free to add new Miis to your party. Make a new Mii with the same job (you could also give them the same personality if you want, or even the same face and a name like Anon 2.0) and get them to the same level as your other Mii. This may take some time. Then, stuff them in the Villa using the Sort Party function until they are needed! Don't feel bad, don't feel bad DANGIT ALGORITHMX STOP FEELING BAD
Sunday 1st March 2020
PS. Shadow Fighters will appear 4 times stronger but the gang are 4 times stronger too which cancels it out.
The week started with a bang, with the most powerful opponent of the Trancension so far. A Magikarp had discovered a very strong opponent for the group to fight. Telling us it’s a robot, Dharkon volunteered to come along, though Blissey got jealous of him taking her place...
After the Keane, Vaporeon, Snorlax, Dharkon and Magikarp went through Karkaton to get there, they discovered the opponent was a Shadow Jasmine with 4,959,300 HP plus a Shadow Steelix And Shadow Magneton, each with 1,653,100 HP, the toughest foes yet. Jasmine loved HP Bananas and was happy to gobble them up halfway throughout the battle (This was because she was a "Traveler" UFO in the actual game) Without any Bananas, Vaporeon was KO’d by her but Dharkon revived and powered him up to score the KO on the boss.
Afterwards we went back home and got a surprise: Keane hit Level 51?! I thought the level cap was 50. No, it turned out he got a power boost to raise the level cap to 55, making him even more powerful. Unfortunately Dragonite got sick so we’ll rest until she gets better. Dharkon apologised to Blissey for taking her place by telling her it was a Steel Type, and she realised she wasn’t going to be doing any damage anyway.