Bistro Recipe, just like many other battling RPGs, employ a system of type match-ups. It is just like Pokémon's type match-up system, so if you're familiar with that, you know the deal. If not, click the link for a conceptual run-down.
In Bistro Recipe, Foodons have types, but attacks do not. Instead, they are either typed or untyped (or Koushuuha --- more on that later). Typed attacks adopt the type characteristics of the Foodon using them, and so their damage is affected by the type chart below. Typeless attacks are always neutral.
Type Damage ChartEdit
All damaging typed attacks, save Koushuuha, do damage based on type match-ups. Typeless attacks are always neutral, whereas typed attacks go by the following type chart.
How to read this chart
- Red = strong
- Blue = weak
- ? = not yet tested
NOTE: In order to test, you must have a Foodon of the corresponding attacking type successfully damage a Foodon of the corresponding defending type using a typed (not typeless!) attack. I haven't yet made a page on the type/typeless battle feature or which attacks are which, but some Foodon profiles on this wiki have this information listed in their attacks list.
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The behavior of attacks used by Foodons in Bistro Recipe can be described as falling into the categories: Typed, which follow the chart above; Typeless, which always do neutral-damage; Non-damaging, which don't do damage. A page listing the attacks of Bistro Recipe and their categorization may be found here.
Daishippai is typeless, so all its attacks will be neutral.