|HP||1169 (70/331)||Vitality||170 (70/331)|
|Strength||127 (168/331)||Agility||92 (307/331)|
|Magic||192 (83/331)||Luck||170 (38/331)|
Epic Recovery Passive +30% to status ailment auto cure rate.
Vile Glare Passive When there are 2 or more Vile/Jaki/Drake demons alive in your party, activates the following Chain Effect at the beginning of a battle if the enemy attacks first:
Reduces ATK of all enemies by 20%. (3 turns) Reduces 1 enemy Press Turn Icon.
Cry of the Poor Passive When there are 2 or more Vile/Jaki/Drake demons alive in your party, activates the following Chain Effect at the end of own turn:
Inflicts 15% fractional damage (300 max) on all enemies based on their max HP.
Awaken: Necro Dogma 9 MP Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage on all enemies with 100 power and increases own parties DEF by 20%. (3 turns)
Awaken: Recarmdra 8 MP Revive All Party Members with full HP, caster dies. (1 use)
Gacha: Rallying Survivor Passive +25% to status ailment auto cure rate and HP stops at 1 HP upon receiving the first killing blow.
Awaken: Epitome of Illusion Passive +15% to Phys evasion rate. -45% chance of receiving status ailments.
Gacha: War Dance 6 MP Increases own parties ATK and DEF by 20% for 3 turns.
Awaken: Null Fire Passive Adds Fire Null.
Gacha: Rattle 9 MP Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage with 100 power on All Enemies and reduces all enemy EV/AC by 20% for 3 turns.
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|Panel Completion Bonus||While the one with this skill is alive, +30% to status ailment auto cure rate of all party members of Vile/Jaki/Drake races.||While the one with this skill is alive, +15% to damage dealt by all party members of Vile/Jaki/Drake races.||While the one with this skill is alive, -15% to damage received by all party members of Vile/Jaki/Drake races.|
|Panel Step Stat Bonus||HP: +250(MAX)||Mag DEF: +150(MAX)||HP: +250(MAX)|
- Only available from a banner specific event.
- Available as a gacha.
A god or goddess with a donkey head that was worshiped from northern Africa all the way to Rome. The donkey's head has long been a sign of fertility and is often worshiped. His or her (there is some dispute amongst scholars) temple was built on Palatine Hill in Rome. The world "palace" came from this god's name.