Is there a Unit Cap in Tactics Ogre Reborn?

Fill out your roster with powerful units.

One of the main features of Tactics Ogre: Reborn is that you can recruit all sorts of characters and monsters throughout your playthrough. These will comprise your company and be the units you can bring into battle. As you can recruit many different characters and creatures, you may be wondering if there is a unit cap in Tactics Ogre: Reborn.

What is the max number of units in Tactics Ogre Reborn?

The unit cap for Tactics Ogre: Reborn is 100. This means you can have 100 units in your order, not that you can bring them all into battle with you at once. This is a generous amount of units and lets you have various different battle parties and strategies. However, it is not enough to have every unit in the game.

Related: Is there permadeath in Tactics Ogre Reborn?

When considering all uniquely named characters and monster types, you cannot have all of them in your order on one playthrough. You must choose what characters you recruit and what characters you leave behind.

Fortunately, Tactics Ogre: Reborn has multiple endings and in-game mechanics to try out different paths. This encourages multiple playthroughs, allowing you to experiment with your unit roster.

For more information on Tactics Ogre: Reborn, check out Which goddess should you pick in Tactics Ogre Reborn? and How to unlock class change in Tactics Ogre Reborn on Pro Game Guides.

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