After looking at their Horse Whispering, I end up seeing them less as a healer but more of a risk-and-fix job. Their main gimmick is the quarrel-starting dishes (especially Spicy Dinner being the only one that targets multiple) but these can be relatively fixed easily with the heals (and outside of Feast, they're all fixed amounts). Still, a revival skill isn't a bad idea in theory, but I honestly prefer having a failure chance to keep the 100%-chance revival more valuable (and the game's already easy in general even with that in mind).
The difference here is that it appears that Mii characters' (and only them) damage/heal effectiveness is also reduced, at least from common knowledge.
I know it's a meme post, but the only simple explanation for this is the fact that Vacancy for the player and Vacancy/"calm" for monsters are separate status effects altogether.
Anything non-boss can be affected as long as it doesn't miss, but this isn't always obvious until you try it or have a certain effect normally ineffective on "boss"-tagged monsters suddenly activate on the enemy (dancing, Spare (regardless of outcome)).
This is common knowledge. The Vampire job can be obtained as early as before The Sky Scraper is opened (but not when the dungeon is already open, as it clears out all the Hub's quests until post-game begins).
Your levels seem to be the average for reaching that point in the game. I say it's fine to tackle the Dark Lord. You won't get much EXP from either world for the moment due to your levels (and I can't really recall any levels with good EXP drop at that point outside of Roulette). All you need to do is watch the turn order and act/use skills as needed.
If my assumptions are correct, here's my guess. You have to talk to the quest givers (marked with the teal bubble icon) after you completed their favors so that the game will allow them to rotate out. Recruiting non-Errand regular travelers are optional. Just talk to them.
In case the new announcements don't show up mid-game, the game doesn't have to be necessarily turned off if it's suspended from what I know. Make certain screen transitions and the daily announcements should show up.
Another method is to use the "post" feature, but this requires having a Facebook or a Twitter account.
If you have a USB-C cable and a computer running Windows, the process is even faster, as all you have to do is connect your Switch to your computer with the cable, then on the HOME menu, go to Settings -> Data Management -> Manage Screenshots and Videos -> Copy to a Computer via USB Connection. From there on, you may browse the console's image/video storage from your computer and copy the files needed.
Bumping this thread for rule draft update!
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For the ban system, we have:
Bluegreensnowman's 3-strike rule (warning, short ban, full ban), or
GaganTopia's gradual punishment system (warning, short ban, then the ban duration increases for every offense worth banning until it becomes "indefinite").
We're still undecided for this.
Please share your thoughts for this draft. Ban duration is still yet to be made clear, so any input on this is welcome too.
If we're talking numeric, none for the average player. All suggested levels are stored internally. And it doesn't take account for stats, the "suggested level" (I should update the infoboxes some day to include this) is just used to help decide if Bonus EXP will be dropped (depending on party's average level). For example, the tutorial Mini Slime is level 1, which is fitting for the context and has the stats to go with. Yet, we have the tougher Rare Snurp, also a level 1, but this is to prevent Bonus EXP due to its gimmick (the Gold/Rich Snurps are also level 1 despite having no EXP drop at all to calculate). Most other non-gimmick level 1s also fit the expected situation the player is in, with Rock Moths and Goblins being the basic starting enemies in Greenhorne, the stronger Scaredy-Scorpions being the Neksdor equivalent, and the Poms and Twerkeys being the Realm of the Fey equivalent.
A Green Snurp's suggested level is 6, which explains their later encounter further into Greenhorne. Rock Hopper's is 23 (befitting its early post-game-only encounter), Blue Minotaur's is 14 (mid-game encounter), while Terror Fiend's is 6 (same as regular Fiends; this may have been for thematic reason due to the number used).
According to game code, supposedly, yeah. It's been a long time since I attempted low-level quests, so let me know if you find the "Noble Lady" in Castle Annex during a level 20-ish quest. Reminder that if it doesn't appear in the levels 20-25, then try levels close to 26 or above (but less than 30).
I've just looked into the game files by myself. Doesn't seem like it can appear there, but it may appear in Castle Annex, if I didn't read the data wrong.
Try a level 20-25 quest and hope a dungeon may spawn some. I don't have the details which dungeon yet, but this info should hopefully make finding it easier.
From my experience, any damage-focused jobs are complete psychic as the AI, but the best one for me is an AI Mage. The Mage's skill set is basically three tiers of magic each with varying range that the AI is mostly smart in deciding. An AI Mage is also more likely to cast Barrier to cover for its low Defense weakness on the first few turns if a battle is going tough.
AI Clerics are great too, especially when they can make the most efficient healing decisions based on certain power-affecting quirks or relationship assists that will trigger during their turn, again something that can't be predicted by the player.
I personally can't think of a great third one, since they tend to have noticeable flaws that happen quite often (Warrior's/Cat's 2-target attack instead of all-target when the latter would be more favorable, Chef's/Tank's tendency to use quarrel-raising skills at the most unfavorable times when a different non-quarrel-raising attack is best used to end a battle, Elf's flawed prioritization despite its great skill set, etc.). I'd say Scientist from my experience, but it gets crippled if faced with a single monster since it'll be stuck using either its basic attack or Glitch (and that's not counting the other occasions when basic attack/Glitch is used when faced with a group of weak enemies).
The last picked job (in RotF) won't change until you choose to do so via the unlocked feature in Karkaton.
You can't until the fourth world (and even then, you have to progress a bit in there first).
EDIT: Forgot to mention that the third world also forces another job change, as mentioned by GaganTopia.
Whoever added it stated it's for a single turn, meaning a single Mii's action with bonus from relationship. It also seems to assume only one target (hence Pincer), not a max encounter group. I haven't considered other possibilities for single-turn scenarios that can inflict more hits since I personally never bother trying out, but anyone is still free to challenge that trivia item.
I got easy 999s from Princess' Eau de Cologne + Gleeful status + Get Serious/Warm Up + all-target attacks even from levels in the latter half of 30s to early 40s, so such insane multiplier stacking is normal. Grub bonus and higher tier equipment only make things easier.
Thank you for your feedback. It still needs more work, but good to know this wiki has made a good first impression for you. We're trying our best to make the facts strictly based on the game itself as much as possible (except the fun parts like tips, infobox caption, etc., though there are still some old remnants that need cleaning up, it was an odd time) to help Miitopia players or people that haven't played but just want to know the game in general outside of the official websites.
I think it's basic yet fair for the most part on paper. Sounds like what Bluegreensnowman suggested but the ban happens after 3 strikes. He brought up the 3-strike rule concept earlier, but the issue would be the inconvenience of tracking the strikes because the wiki isn't built with it. I'm thinking warning messages on the offender's Message Wall but if the messages got buried by others due to the user being one to receive a lot of Message Wall posts (not too likely from what I've seen, but a case like this may be possible), it makes enacting the ban itself inconvenient and there can be even a miscount if one user has been banned multiple times using this system. Another issue would be how to differentiate how a strike is applicable between those that make similar offenses but with different severity (for example, one purposefully blanking a single article for no reason in one hour only vs. the same but repeated across multiple articles in the same timeframe) If there's a way to help improve the 3-strike method for this wiki, I'd like to read it.
Nice suggestion, regardless. It just needs further discussion with other users to decide the most fair yet the most convenient ruleset and ban system.