>>15554818>the medabot Levels Up but don't get stronger
Each medapart has specific attributes, such as aim shot, berserk, support... When a medabot uses that part in combat enough times, his medal levels up in the corresponding skill. While it's technically possible to grind until your medals are proficient with everything, that would be extremely boring, so always check what skills your medal is strong at and use the right parts. This means don't equip a Melee medal with shooting parts.
Each medal also gives a Bonus when equiped with parts with the right attribute : you can check this in the medal screen. For example, the Kabuto medal gives a bonus to Shoot parts (includes both aim shot and shoot), so when equiping the metabee parts you'll see that the medal gives +4 to.. something.>during combat the parts targeted are some RNG fuckery bullshit
When using a ranged attack, you can see which enemy will be aimed at, however if the targeted part is destroyed before the attack, then the attack will fail. With melee attacks on the other hand, you can't see which enemy is targeted, but the attack will not be canceled if the target is dead. In theory, melee moves will go for the nearest opponent at the time of attack.
On top of that, each medal has a target preference : for example, the kabuto medal will prefer to target strike medaparts, when possible.
And if you want to go even further, all medaparts have stats such as charge, radiation, rate of sucess that set them apart...
HOWEVER, while all of this may seem overwhelming, it really doesn't matter that much.
You can beat the game by just using whatever medabots look the coolest and not being a dumbass. If you're stuck, try a different strategy, and a new team composition.>I'm at the part I can get a second medal
Where Nae gives you a medal ? Don't worry too much, her medals are all very specific to certain medaparts, and not that useful in the early game. You'll find better ones soon (if you look for them).