Persona 5 Tactica is a strategy RPG, which leads to a few mechanics needing to be taught throughout the game. One of these is One More, a Persona staple, and one of the most fun mechanics in the game. Here’s how to One More efficiently in Persona 5 Tactica.
How do you One More efficiently in Persona 5 Tactica?
One More is the backbone of Persona 5 Tactica’s smooth and stylish gameplay loop. When you One More an enemy, you knock them down, allowing you to have one more turn, but they have to be in a specific state for this to be triggered. This state is usually shown by having the enemy visually quaking in their boots, or hiding their face with their hands, and the like. You’ll also know when you can do this because there’ll be an indicator when you hover over them in battles saying ‘GET ‘EM!!’ Which is the sign you can attack them to get a One More and another turn in Persona 5 Tactica.
Learning to efficiently One More
To One More efficiently in Persona 5 Tactica, there are a few tricks you can utilize. The first trick is to hit enemies out of cover using melee attacks. My favorite variant of this is to use melee so that you move into the cover they get hit out of, meaning you can’t be downed on the enemy’s turn. But you can also do this with certain Persona skills — for example, the Agi line of attacks knocks enemies away, and the Frei line of attacks can draw enemies in thanks to the Vortex it can apply. These are perfect for getting your enemy out of cover and into the open for you to One More and knock them down for an All-Out Attack.
Another trick to be able to One More efficiently in Persona 5 Tactica is to use ailments. From my experience, certain ailments will allow the enemy to be One More’d and knocked down. For example, Joker in my party is essentially just a unit to inflict despair on any enemy, and despair allows for you to inflict a One More on them and knock them down. There are a couple more ailments that do this, too, like shock, for example, so try some ailment-inflicting attacks and figure out a strategy!