The 10th Angel
|HP||1333 (21/392)||Vitality||205 (21/392)|
|Strength||172 (131/392)||Agility||64 (388/392)|
|Magic||172 (167/392)||Luck||140 (277/392)|
Almighty Slowda Passive +15% to Almighty damage. -20% to own affect on Battle Speed.
Rejection Passive Adds Null Mortal. +50% to max HP.
-40% to damage received when own HP is at or above 99%.
Ray of Ruin 6 MP Inflicts Almighty damage (Magic, Power: 100) with Bulwark Pierce and Remnants to all enemies.
Activates the following Chain Effect if the attack is successful:
Awaken: Destructive Beam 6 MP Inflicts Almighty (Magic) damage with 180 Power to a single enemy.*The damage inflicted by this skill is dependent on max HP for up to 30% of one's max HP.
Gacha: Almighty Amp Passive +25% to Almighty damage.
Awaken: Null Mute-Curse Passive Adds Null Mute and Null Curse.
Gacha: Life Surge Passive +30% to Max HP.
Awaken: Demonic Growth Passive +20% to Almighty damage and HP stops at 1 HP upon receiving the first killing blow.
Gacha: Almighty Survivor Passive +15% to Almighty damage and HP stops at 1 HP upon receiving the first killing blow.
Awaken: Null Phys Passive Adds Phys Null.
Gacha: Epitome of Endurance Passive -25% to this demon's affect on Battle Speed. +20% to max HP.
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|Panel Completion Bonus||+15% to Almighty damage. Activates the following Chain Effect at the end of enemy turn: Heals 20% of own HP.||Adds Null Bind/Charm. +30% to max HP.||+20% to Almighty damage. +20% to max HP.|
|Panel Step Stat Bonus||HP: +250(MAX)||Mag DEF：+150(MAX)||HP: +250(MAX)|
- Only available from a banner specific event.
- Available from the gacha.
- Only available from an Event.
| The 10th Angel
An entity strikingly similar to the Angel that attacked New Tokyo-III. It is a fake created by Jabo Kakuryu in order to rattle Shinji Ikari's heart. It can deploy numerous A.T. Fields to create a solid defense, launch powerful attacks using rays of light, and can even consume its opponents and steal their abilities. The original 10th Angel was a difficult foe, described as "the most powerful refusal type."