Sword Art Online: MD - How To Find and Calculate MP Gain


Here's a guide on how to increase your MP Pool and MP Gain in the action RPG mobile game - Sword Art Online: Memory Defrag.

MP or MP cost is a very important stat because this will also determine how strong your characters are, more MP means more chance to cast their SS3s, thus more damage output.

MP Gain #1: Depends on Your MP Pool
   - More MP = More MP Gain per hit.
   - Note: Enter any battle to check your actual or total MP Pool.


Sword Art Online: MD - How To Calculate Your Character's MP Gain
How To Increase MP Pool
   - Simply level-up your character and unlock MP+ attributes from his or her Attribute Matrix.
   - You can also increase MP through Limit Breaks, but this depends per character, refer here for more info: Limit Breaking and Which Stats to Choose
   - Equip gears that gives MP+ or MP+%. You can commonly get them from Accessories.
   - Stats or Gears that also gives MP requirement -% can also help.

MP Gain #2: Depends on Your Character's Weapon Type
   - Regular attacks will trigger MP Gain, and the number of MP that you can recover depends on the Weapon type of your character.
   - It is calculated as per hit, so if you were able to attack 2 enemies with 1 single attack, that will count as 2 hits.

   - Daggers and Rapiers: 4% of Total MP
   - Swords, Dual Blades and Maces: 5% of Total MP
   - Guns and Bows: 6% of Total MP
   - Rod: 2% of Total MP (per single projectile, x3 per attack)

How to Calculate for the Next Milestones:
   - Note: Enter any battle to check your actual or total MP Pool.

MP
Gain
Daggers and
Rapiers
Swords, Dual
Blades and Maces
Bows and
Guns
Rods
Per Hit
1 25 20 17 50
2 50 40 34 100
3 75 60 51 150
4 100 80 68 200
5 125 100 85 250
6 150 120 102 300
7 175 140 119 350
8 200 160 136 400
9 225 180 153 450
10 250 200 170 500
11 275 220 187
12 300 240 204
13 325 260 221
14 350 280 238
15 375 300 255
16 400 320 272
17 425 340 289
18 450 360 306
19 475 380 323
20 500 400 340

When Does MP Gain Starts To Matter?
   - MP gain doesn't matter much if you can take down bosses around 3 SS3s depending on the character you are using, and around 5 SS3s if you are using 2 characters and so on.

   - MP gain starts to matter, once your character/s runs out of mana and the battle is still going on. This is where Dagger and Rapier wielders starts to shine too because they can easily re-gain mana during battle due to their speeds perks.


Related Sword Art Online: MD Tips & Guides:
Sword Art Online: MD - List of Accessories and Stats
Sword Art Online: MD - Limit Breaking and Which Stats to Choose
Sword Art Online: MD - How Weapon Speed Affects Your Playing Style
or

Hello and Welcome to UrGameTips.com ^^