MultiVersus is home to various Warner Brothers icons. Each character has its designated role. Reindog is from Multiversus as the first character only made for this game and not from any other universe. It is a support that is ready to bring players in close. For any players interested in playing him here is the best MultiVersus Reindog build.
It’s important to understand regardless of which perks are included in the tier list, any character can be utilized in MultiVersus. This means players can play a character with the best perks and still lose or play a character with the worst perks and still win.
Best Reindog Perks
- Signature Perk: Fire Fluff
Reindog’s fireball creates a larger firewall upon hitting the ground.
While Reindog is a support, this little guy can also deal out massive amounts of damage. Considering his fireball already makes projectiles catch on fire, having a bigger wall never hurts.
- Perk Slot 1: Make it Rain, Dog!
Your team receives 20% increased projectile speed.
Your team receives 25% increased projectile speed.
One of the only negatives about Reindogs damage is that the projectiles are pretty slow. Speeding them up while their on fire without having to charge a bunch is a nice addition.
- Perk Slot 2: Snowball Effect
Your team deals 7% increased damage against the fighter with the highest damage.
Your team deals 15% increased damage against the fighter with the highest damage.
It is all about the team as a support and while Reindog does sufficient damage, the teather pullback is a huge part of the doge’s kit. This means that their teammate is likely fighting as the frontline and being able to deal more damage while in riskier positions is extremely helpful.
- Perk Slot 3: Back to Back
Your team receives 6% reduced damage when near an ally.
Your team receives 12% reduced damage if your ally also selects this perk.
Reindog has the ability to bring their opponents in close with their teather. The main reason to do this is either if the opponent is getting risky for a chance to kill or getting thrown off the map. Either way, the reduced damage is nice as Reindog’s partner will likely need some extra buffs when coming back from the edge.
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