Limbus Company – How the skill order at the bottom is determined?

Welcome to the Limbus Company guide on how the skill order at the bottom is determined. We hope you find this information useful for your gameplay.

As you may have noticed, the game’s tutorial doesn’t cover this aspect, so let me share what I’ve observed.

Determining Skill Order at the Bottom

While it may be relatively obvious, allow me to explain in detail. Each character in the game has its own unique speed value range, which you can see by inspecting them.

Every turn, sinners are assigned a random speed value from their speed range and are ordered accordingly. The slower ones are placed in the front, and the speedier ones are placed in the back.

Furthermore, the skills of each sinner are also ordered based on their speed. The fastest sinners have their skills on the left side of the chain, and the slowest ones have theirs on the right.

Determining Skill Targets

To simplify things, imagine that the enemy team’s skill slots are connected in the same way as yours.

Your left-most skill targets the enemy’s left-most skill slot, followed by the second skill targeting the second slot, and so forth. If you have more skills than they have slots, your skills will wrap back to the first enemy slot and go through all the slots in a row again.

However, if the determined order doesn’t work out the way you want it to, you can slightly adjust it by using defensive skills. This will cause your next skill to the right to target the same slot instead. This way, a sinner unprepared to clash against a powerful enemy skill can pass the job to another sinner who may have the necessary skill to handle it.


To be honest, there are still many details about clashes that I am not entirely certain about, but I may revise this later. For now, I can tell you that all enemy skills will only clash with a sinner on the first pass through them. After that, all of your subsequent strikes are guaranteed to be one-sided.

Therefore, it’s best to treat your team’s quickest sinners as defenders and clash-winners, and your slowest sinners as the DPS. Mexican Sinclair, in particular, benefits greatly from one-sided attacks.

Final word

While a lot of the combat aspects in the game can still be out of your control, we hope that this guide has provided you with helpful insights into how skill order and targeting work in Limbus Company. Good luck to you, manager!

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