Tokyo Ghoul :Re Invoke Team Menu Guide: 編成 (Formation)
Hello! This is my first guide for Tokyo Ghoul :Re Invoke. This is for people who does not understand the Japanese in the game.
I’ll start off with the Team Menu guide. When you tap on “Team” in the main menu, you can something like this below:
(I translated the selections for your guidance)
We’ll take a look at the very first selection called “Formation” in Japanese
When you tap on the button, you’ll see something like this below:
There are two tabs for your type of team.
The “Story/Event” tab displays teams that you will use in Story/Event battles.
The “Assault” tab displays teams that you will use in Assault battles.
If you tap on the “Undo” button, all of the team members (except the leader) will no longer be in that team.
Selecting Team Members
You can switch around your team by simply tapping on a character in that team. It’ll display the list of characters you currently have in your possession.
If you select one of the characters in that list, they’ll be switched with the character that you previously tapped on.
Let’s say for instance that I want to switch out my SR Amon with R Touka. I’ll tap on SR Amon, and my character list will appear. Then I’ll tap on R Touka in that list and then this happens:
Notice that you can only create up to 5 different teams in the “Story/Event” tab and 5 different teams in the “Assault” tab
Just slide your finger across the screen to create your next team.
Notice in the screenshot below that the second dot is glowing. That indicates that I’m looking at the second team I created.
Preserve is when you set that team to be your MAIN team. So when you tap on the “preserve” button (保存する) , The team members in your MAIN team will be shown in the main menu.
Did you know that…
If the leader of your main team is a Ghoul, the selections will have ghoul related icons:
and if your leader from your main team is a Ghoul Investigator, the icons will be CCG related.
I hope this helps. There’s more coming soon but don’t expect me to do them quickly. This semester is really busy for me.