|HP||1131 (99/360)||Vitality||162 (98/360)|
|Strength||91 (280/360)||Agility||128 (235/360)|
|Magic||207 (35/360)||Luck||184 (7/360)|
Mana Gain Passive +2 to max MP.
Death Lust Passive +25% damage to Charmed enemies. Has a 30% to Charm all enemies at the beginning of the 1st turn.
Babylon Goblet 8 MP Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage with 100 power and drains 1 MP on All Enemies.
Awaken: Magic Amp III Passive +15 to Magic.Gacha: -
Awaken: Deathtouch 6 MP Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage with 140 power on a Single Enemy, while healing caster 40% of damage dealt.
Awaken: Debilitate 8 MP Reduces ATK, DEF, and EV/AC of All Enemies by 20% for 3 turns.
Gacha: Infernal Mask Passive -60% chance of receiving status ailments.
Awaken: Deadly Charm Passive +30% damage to Charmed enemies.
Gacha: Insanity Passive +20% chance to inflict status ailments.
Awaken: Drain Phys Passive Adds Phys Drain.
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|Panel Completion Bonus||+20% chance to inflict status ailments. Activates the following Chain Effect at the beginning of a battle if the enemy attacks first: Removes Barrier from all enemies.||Activates the following Chain Effect after Babylon Goblet is activated: 30% chance to inflict Charm on random enemies 3 to 4 times.||+25% to damage to Charmed enemies. As long as this demon is alive, -25% to enemy Charm auto cure rate.||Activates the following Chain Effect at the start of enemy turn: Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage (Power: 60) on all enemies and drains 1 MP.|
|Panel Step Stat Bonus||HP +25 (MAX +250)||Mag ATK +10 (MAX +100)||HP +25 (MAX +250)||HP: +250(MAX)|
- Only available from a banner specific event.
- Available as a gacha.
| Mother Harlot
A demoness also known as the Whore of Babylon in the Book of Revelation. She rides a great red beast with ten horns and seven heads, and holds a foul golden goblet. There is a detailed description of her in Revelation 17. It is said that the heads and horns represent "kings," and describes her as "the great city that rules over the kings of the earth." This image has been interpreted as an allegory to the Roman Empire.