|HP||1089 (155/392)||Vitality||153 (155/392)|
|Strength||123 (209/392)||Agility||147 (190/392)|
|Magic||175 (159/392)||Luck||144 (247/392)|
Light Boost Passive +15% to Light damage.
Hamadyne 6 MP Inflicts Light (Magic) damage with 160 power on a Single Enemy.
God of Light Passive While the one with this skill is alive, all party members will receive the following effect: Reduces the cost of Light Skills by 1 MP. +5% to Light damage.
Awaken: Mahamadyne 7 MP Inflicts Light (Magic) damage with 120 power on All Enemies.
Gacha: Thunderclap 7 MP Inflicts Light (Magic) damage with 180 power on a Single Enemy.
Awaken: War Dance 6 MP Increases own parties ATK and DEF by 20% for 3 turns.
Gacha: Solar Downfall Passive Activates the following Chain Effect when attacking first:
Reduces all enemy DEF and EV/AC by 20%. (1 turn)
Awaken: Void Dark Zones Passive Nullifies Dark Zone effects in the Aura Gate.
Gacha: Merciless Blow Passive +20% damage when attacking the enemy's weak point.
Awaken: Null Dark Passive Adds Dark Null.
Gacha: Enduring Soul Passive Heals 200 HP upon receiving the first killing blow.
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|Panel Completion Bonus||Activates the following Chain Effect if the one with this skill dies: Reduces ATK, DEF and EV/AC of all enemies by 20%. (1 turn)||Adds Light Pierce. Damage dealt through this skill is reduced by 30% if the enemy has Null, Repel or Drain Light attribute.||+10% to Light damage dealt by all party members while the one with this skill is alive.|
|Panel Step Stat Bonus||HP: +150(MAX)||Mag ATK: +50(MAX)||HP: +150(MAX)|
- Only available from a banner specific event.
- Available from the gacha.
The god of light in Norse lore and son of Odin and Frigg. He is married to Nanna and has two brothers, Hod and Hermod, and a son named Forseti. He was loved by all the gods, but after having a nightmare of his death, Frigg made all the plants and animals swear not to harm Baldur. Only the mistletoe was passed over as it was too young. Hearing this, Loki tricked Hod into shooting a mistletoe at Baldur, which killed him. Hel promised to revive Baldur if every living thing cried for him, but the giantess Thokk refused to weep. When it was found that Thokk was Loki in disguise, the gods punished him. With the world's light gone due to the death of Baldur, it took its first steps toward Ragnarok.