Screenshot by our guides MultiVersus features many of Warner Bros.’ most iconic characters. from franchises such as Scooby Doo, Looney Toons, Game of Thrones, Steven Universe, etc. If you need a hint on who to play, look at Mystery Gang’s Velma. If you want to play her, you might be wondering how to play Velma and what are the best perks.
How to Play Velma in Multiversus
Velma is a support character who excels at harassing the other team through projectiles, buffs, and debuffs. She plays like a support that got mixed up with a mage and can be difficult to overcome with the right partner. Here’s how to play Velma in MultiVersus. Related: Is MultiVersus Free?
All of Velma’s moves in MultiVersus
Words of Support (Neutral) Creates a word bubble projectile that seeks its ally. Then fires additional bubbles that seek out an ally, hitting enemies and healing Velma if she connects with the ally. Quip Master (Side) Bright Idea (Top) Hits with an idea bulb above. Can generate evidence if hit. Calculated Victory (Down) Fires a calculated projectile downward. Can generate evidence on one hit. Motivational Speaker (Neutral Special) Creates a steerable motivational vocal beam that repeatedly hits enemies and heals overlapping allies. The final blow generates a more powerful beam from its ally’s position if it hits an enemy. Enemies hit by the beam are marked for word bubbles. Can generate evidence if hit. Quick Thinker (Side Special) Sprints forward, picking up allies and enemies. When they pick up an ally, they and Velma gain attack power, armor, and temporary health. Enemies are picked up and thrown at the end of the sprint. Toxic Concoction (Up Special) Spill toxic slime on the ground and jump. Enemies receive a slow debuff in the goo and will be frozen if left there too long. Spread the Knowledge (Down) Launches a book that seeks its ally. The ally and Velma both receive a buff if the book hits, reducing the duration of cooldowns.
Words of Support (Neutral) Creates a word bubble projectile that seeks its ally. Then fires additional bubbles that seek out an ally, hitting enemies and healing Velma if she connects with the ally. Turn Them On (side) Triggers a flashlight flash. Can generate evidence if hit. Bright Air-Idea (Top) Hits with an idea bulb above. Can generate evidence if hit. My glasses! (Down) Drops his glasses, knocking enemies down. Motivational Speaker (Neutral Special) Creates a steerable motivational vocal beam that repeatedly hits enemies and heals overlapping allies. The final blow generates a more powerful beam from its ally’s position if it hits an enemy. Enemies hit by the beam are marked for word bubbles. Can generate evidence if hit. Hit the Books (Side Special) Velma opens a book that knocks back enemies and propels her forward. Shutterbug (up special) Takes a downward shot that sends her and her enemies upwards, shattering armor. Can generate evidence if hit. Spread the Knowledge (Down) Launches a book that seeks its ally. The ally and Velma both receive a buff if the book hits, reducing the duration of cooldowns.
spy Evidence can appear randomly during the game or when Velma lands a hit. Velma’s team can collect the evidence, and if there’s enough to fill her meter, a police car appears. It will seek out the nearest enemy and attempt to pick it up. Once recovered, the enemy is trapped and the police car will try to chase them from the scene. The enemy team can attack the car in an attempt to free their partner. Related: MultiVersus Patch Notes (July 2022) – Characters, Buffs, Nerfs & More!
Best perks for Velma in MultiVersus
Perks are a great way to change your strategy and the way a character plays. When playing 2v2, these can stack if your partner equips the same perk and provide even greater bonuses. Here are our recommendations for the best perks for Velma in Multiversus. Studied Velma starts the match with a piece of evidence. Painted Target Gives your team an additional 5% increase in damage dealt to enemies while stunned. Downed Increased your team’s projectile damage by 5%. Sniper Cannon Shirt Distant enemies take 7% more damage from your team’s projectiles.
Tips and Strategies for Velma in MultiVersus
Velma is a unique character who excels in ranged combat. She can deal a lot of damage from afar and can provide buffs and debuffs without getting into the fray. She is best paired with a strong fighter who can keep the pressure on her. This allows him to fully utilize his kit. His supportive words and motivational speaker abilities are incredibly useful for controlling the battlefield, dealing damage, and healing your team, making them some of your favorite moves. You want to avoid close combat whenever possible and rely on your teammate to protect you. Most of his melee attacks are best suited to putting space between you and the enemy so you can retreat. For more information on MultiVersus, look at MultiVersus – How to Train Advantages and MultiVersus LeBron James Guide – Moves, Advantages, Tips and Strategies on our guides.