|HP||1107 (87/292)||Vitality||157 (85/292)|
|Strength||78 (269/292)||Agility||164 (42/292)|
|Magic||178 (108/292)||Luck||169 (30/292)|
Soul Drain 8 MP Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage with 140 power on a Single Enemy, while healing caster 40% of damage dealt and drains 1 MP.
Preach Passive Becomes immune to all status ailments.Activates the following chain effect when an ally is Charmed:50% chance to Mute all enemies.
Cleansing Shout 5 MP Cures all status ailments and removes debuffs from all party members.
Awaken: Mahamadyne 7 MP Inflicts Light (Magic) damage with 120 power on All Enemies.
Gacha: Auto-Tarunda Passive Casts Tarunda at the beginning of the 1st turn.
Awaken: Diarahan 7 MP Heals a Single Party Member with 170 power. (9 uses)
Gacha: Recovery Amp Passive +25% to Healing skill effectiveness.
Awaken: Enduring Soul Passive Heals 200 HP upon receiving the first killing blow.
Gacha: Recarmdra 8 MP Revive All Party Members with full HP, caster dies. (1 use)
Awaken: Drain Light Passive Adds Light Drain.
Gacha: Void Dark Zones Passive Nullifies Dark Zone effects in the Aura Gate.
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|Panel Completion Bonus||-50% to Light damage received.||-3MP to MP consumed by Soul Drain.||Activates the following Chain Effect if Cleansing Shout is used:
Removes all enemy status buffs.
|Panel Step Stat Bonus||HP +25 (MAX +250)||Mag ATK +10 (MAX +100)||HP +25 (MAX +250)|
- Available as a gacha.
- Be careful putting any buff/debuff skills on him as he will use those over Cleansing Shout.
- Daisoujou's primary role is to remove ailments with Cleansing Shout.
- Purple archetype is mainly preferred for Enduring Soul. Recarmdra and/or Samarecarm are commonly transferred skills. Buff/debuff skills are also used, however if Daisoujou is on the defense team he may choose to use those skills over Cleansing Shout.
A monk who died fasting for the salvation of the masses in a time of war and despair. His spiritual power allows his body to exist without decay. It is believed that he will appear to lend a helping hand to the faithful suffering.