MultiVersus Velma Guide – Moves, Perks, Tips, & Strategies

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MultiVersus features many of Warner Bros.'s most iconic characters from franchises like Scooby Doo, Looney ToonsGame of Thrones, Steven Universe, and more. If you need a clue on who to play, check out the Mystery Gang's own Velma. If you want to play her, you may be wondering how to play Velma and what the best perks are.

How to play Velma in Multiversus

Velma is an Support character who excels at harassing the other team through projectiles, buffs, and debuffs. She plays like a support mixed with a mage and can be challenging to overcome with the right partner. Here is how to play Velma in MultiVersus.

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All Velma moves in MultiVersus

Grounded

  • Supportive Words (Neutral)
    • Creates a word bubble projectile that seeks her ally, then fires additional bubbles that seek ally, striking enemies and healing Velma if it connects with the ally.
  • Quip Master (Side)
    • Fires a combo of quips.
  • Bright Idea (Up)
    • Strikes with an idea light bulb overhead. May spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • Calculated Victory (Down)
    • Fires a calculation projectile downward. Can spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • Motivational Speaker (Neutral Special)
    • Creates an aimable motivational speech beam that repeatedly hits enemies and heals overlapping allies. The final hit spawns a stronger beam from her ally's position if it hits an enemy. Enemies hit by the beam are marked for word bubbles. May spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • Fast Thinker (Side Special)
    • Sprints forward, picking up allies and enemies. When picking up an ally, they and Velma gain increased attack power, armor, and temporary health. Enemies are picked up and thrown at the end of the sprint.
  • Toxic Concoction (Up Special)
    • Spills toxic goo on the ground and jumps up. Enemies receive a slow debuff in the goo and will become frozen if standing there too long.
  • Spread the Knowledge (Down)
    • Throws a book that seeks her ally. Both the ally and Velma receive a buff if the book hits, which reduces the duration of cooldowns.

Aerial

  • Supportive Words (Neutral)
    • Creates a word bubble projectile that seeks her ally. Then fires additional bubbles that seek ally, striking enemies and healing Velma if it connects with the ally.
  • Light 'Em Up (Side)
    • Fires a flashlight flash. May spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • Bright Air-Idea (Up)
    • Strikes with an idea light bulb overhead. May spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • My Glasses! (Down)
    • Drops her glasses, knocking enemies downward.
  • Motivational Speaker (Neutral Special)
    • Creates an aimable motivational speech beam that repeatedly hits enemies and heals overlapping allies. The final hit spawns a stronger beam from her ally's position if it hits an enemy. Enemies hit by the beam are marked for word bubbles. May spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • Hit the Books (Side Special)
    • Velma opens a book that knocks enemies back and propels her forward.
  • Shutterbug (Up Special)
    • Takes a picture downward that sends her and her enemies upward, breaking armor. May spawn Evidence on a hit.
  • Spread the Knowledge (Down)
    • Throws a book that seeks her ally. Both the ally and Velma receive a buff if the book hits, which reduces the duration of cooldowns.

Passive Ability

  • Snoopin'
    • Evidence may appear during the match randomly or when Velma lands a hit. Velma's team can pick up the Evidence, and if enough is gathered to fill her meter, a police car appears. It will seek out the nearest enemy and attempt to scoop them up. Once scooped, the enemy is trapped, and the police car will attempt to drive them off stage. The enemy team can attack the car to try and free their partner.

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Best perks for Velma in MultiVersus

Perks are a great way to change up your strategy and how 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 one piece of Evidence.
  • Painted Target
    • Gives your team an additional five percent increased damage to enemies in hit stun.
  • Deadshot
    • Increased your team's projectiles' damage by five percent.
  • Shirt Cannon Sniper
    • Enemies far away take an additional five percent damage from your team's projectiles.

Tips and Strategies for Velma in MultiVersus

Velma is a unique character who excels at ranged combat. She can dish out a lot of damage from far away and can provide buffs and debuffs without entering the fray. She is best paired with a strong fighter who can keep pressure off her. This allows her to use her kit to the full extent.

Her Supportive Words and Motivational Speaker abilities are incredibly useful for controlling the battlefield, dealing damage, and healing your team, making them some of your go-to moves. You want to avoid close combat when possible and rely on your teammate for protection. Most of her melee attacks are better suited for putting space between you and the enemy so you can retreat.

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