I think you have that problem because before you replay a stage, it asks you something about getting double EC, but having character's level preset (So you can't go past Lvl 21 on that stage that says Lvl 21). Just decline that offer and you can level up your characters to whatever!
Yeah, I think if you accept that, your units will be brought down to the level of the enemies on the stage, but you'll also gain 2 times the EC if you win. This is just my guess though, I have nothing to back it up lol. --- ( ^_^)/\(^_^ ) Maya high five!
Yeah, I think if you accept that, your units will be brought down to the level of the enemies on the stage, but you'll also gain 2 times the EC if you win. This is just my guess though, I have nothing to back it up lol.
You are correct but your upgrades are dropped down to match enemy levels for the double EC bonus. --- Previously Known as raging Hitomi. 3DS FC:5069-3994-5272 PSN:NanbuKaguya
After you die, if you're good enough you can train on King Kai's planet to vastly increase your Power Level *bricked*
Yeah, from what I've heard the best way to do that is to get to people close to your level and kill them until you get near the next group of levels in the simulator, then going through those. --- Skill my HEART, ginga no hademate! Atsui yume wo moyase, ALL I CAN DO! Skill my SOUL, Tamashii wo yobi samase! Jidai ga ore wo, michibiku kagiri, muteki SAAA!!
The problem with simulator missions is that they crap out enemies all over the map so there's no safe place to put your battleship most of the time. Simulators are, I suppose, for deploying groups so you can fight enemies that drop items. Some enemies are only fought in irritatingly-unfavorable conditions. And I think the drop tables are occasionally-different, too.
I think you should just find stages that are easy to solo and possibly let you deploy groups. You don't have to play the mission to completion if you don't want to. All you miss out on is the EC, but you can get a LOT of EC by the game autoselling all parts in excess of 99. It's only 1 EC per item, but that adds up. --- Official Anthony of the Shin Megami Tensei IV Board ^the perplexity of an absurd delusion*
What everyone is saying above is true. But if you want to gain massive levels, choose a recent stage and bring Dunbine and Final Dancouga with you. Have Final Fancouga increase its own will to 130. Have Dunbine cast Double Exp on unit you wanna level. Have weak unit attack enemy and Final Dancouga use its strongest attack as support. If you kill a group of 5 or 6 enemies, you'll level everytime and then just retire before the enemies' turn and do it again.
I got Keroro from level 7 to level 53 in a little over an hour.
But if you're trying to get a slightly weaker unit leveled adequately with the rest, or if you're just trying power your units up, this works wonders. Simulators are crappy. Do story stages. --- Giga Drill Breaker