One Piece Odyssey is the exciting new JRPG from developers ILCA that fans have been itching to dive into. Of course, there’s still a bit of work and a bit of grinding levels before you’ll complete the game. However, in typical JRPG fashion, the leveling system isn’t as simple as in a traditional RPG. This can make it quite confusing to understand the game’s max level cap. At which point can you no longer build skills? We’ve got that answer just below, so keep reading to find out!
What Is the Max Level Cap in One Piece Odyssey?
The max level cap in One Piece Odyssey is level 99, plus having all your chosen skills maxed out. The Straw Hat Crew consists of nine playable characters. They are Luffy, Zoro, Nami, Usopp, Sanji, Chopper, Robin, Franky, and Brook. Each of these characters will level through battles, so you don’t necessarily have to level each of them, as they will all automatically gain experience. That is your overall Straw Hat Crews overall level. However, the level cap for each character’s skills is different.
Cube Fragments are how you level each character’s skills and essentially make their abilities and attacks stronger with better effects. It’s good to note, that each character has specific Cube Fragments designated to them. So when you get one, you’ll know which character you can use it on to level their different skills. There are two types of skills, Field and Battle skills. You use Cube Fragments to level both.
The grey circles under the specific Field or Battle skills banner show how many times you can level that skill before it’s maxed out. This also depends on your current level, as you can max them out further at higher levels. Once you have a yellow “Complete” stamp under the skills banner, you can’t max them out any further. So essentially, the max level cap in One Piece Odyssey is level 99 with all your skills maxed out.
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