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Naamah Boss Fight and Weakness Guide SMT V Vengeance

Shin Megami Tensei V Vengeance has an entirely new story route for players to check out revolving around the demons of the Qadistu. One such member of the group is Naamah, the first of the four you meet and a major boss fight with a notable weakness in SMT V Vengeance.

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Naamah Weakness Boss Fight Guide SMT V Vengeance
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SMT V Vengeance Naamah Weakness Explained

The key to winning any boss fight in this turn-based Atlus JRPG is taking advantage of the Press Turn system. This is why it is essential you know the weaknesses and resistances of bosses like Naamah before you take her on. You can use a Spyglass item for this, but you may not have one.

If that is the case for you, here are all of the weaknesses and resistances you should know about when it comes to the Naamah boss fight:

  • Physical: Weak
  • Fire: Resist
  • Ice: Resist
  • Electric: Resist
  • Wind: Resist
  • Dark: Immune
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Naamah Boss Fight Tips

Now that you know Naamah’s weakness in this SMT V Vengeance boss fight, it is time to take her on. The key point here is her weaknesses and resistance. You pretty much have no reason to use anything other than physical attacks and light skills. In all honesty, just stick to physical attacks.

With physical attacks, you will constantly be dealing extra damage and earning extra turns. Outside of that, she has two main attacks to contend with. First, she is able to charm your party, which is quite annoying, so prepare for that. In addition, make sure no one in your party has a dark weakness, or else it is pretty much over with her Mamudo skill.

Shin Megami Tensei V Vengeance is available right now for Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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