Jack the Ripper

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Stats

Jack the Ripper.jpg Elemental Resistances
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Phys

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Dark

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Info
Rarity Race Grade AI
2★ Foul 22 Attack
6★ Stats
HP 863 (331/353) Vitality 105 (332/353)
Strength 141 (149/353) Agility 154 (129/353)
Magic 105 (266/353) Luck 152 (148/353)
PATK 626 PDEF 516
MATK 550 MDEF 498
Innate Skills
Phys.png Rampage 3 MP Inflicts Phys (Physical) damage 2 to 3 times with 45 power on Random Enemy/(ies).
Phys.png Lunge 4 MP Inflicts Phys (Physical) damage with 30% crit rate and 115 power on a Single Enemy.
Passive.png Terror of London Passive Activates the following Chain Effect when attacking first: Inflict Phys (Physical) damage (power: 40) with 50% crit rate 1 to 3 times on random enemies.
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Awaken: Passive.png Bloody Glee Passive +15% to Critical hit rate.
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Spirit Merge Panel Upgrades
Panel 1 Panel 2 Panel 3
Panel Completion Bonus
Panel Step Stat Bonus

Availability

Used In Fusions
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  • Only available from an Event.

Jack the Ripper/Sword Jack the Ripper/Shield

PVP Builds

Were it not for his relatively low AGI stat, Jack the Ripper would have a tiny niche in T1 teams due to his unique skill triggering Marici's Shimmer Arrow before the start of the battle. You can use Great Idea or Agility Amp III in conjunction with Speedster to boost his battle speed, I suppose. Be aware that due to his low STR he won't be doing much without Marici's help.

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Official Profile

A serial killer who terrorized London in the 19th century. He killed prostitute after prostitute in the slums of London, then mutilated their bodies. The media was quick to cover the murders, and the case was the talk of the town. Scotland Yard came up with a few suspects after a thorough investigation, but the case went unsolved. This unusual case still piques the imagination today, with aspiring detectives coming up with their own theories. The word Jack is also used not as a name but as a general term referring to a non-distinct male person.