|LV 1|| |
[Pincer: Inflict x3 sword damage.]
|LV 30|| |
Esprit de Corps, Area (2), 100%
[Chain: Cures allies of demoralization.]
|LV 50|| |
Wyrmtail, Area (1), 30%
[Chain: Inflict x2 sword damage.]
|LV 90|| |
[Pincer: Inflict x3.5 sword damage.]
Deals 1.5x damage to Dragons
Ice Blade, 80%
[Pincer: Inflict x1 ice and x0.5 sword damage.]
Attack +10%, Self, 30%
[Chain: ATK +10% for 2 turns.]
Anti-Fire Shield, Self, 50%
[Chain: Reduce fire damage received by 40% for 3 turns.]
Glacial Blade, 60%
[Pincer: Inflict x2 ice and x0.7 sword damage.]
Shadow Blade, 80%
[Pincer: Inflict x1 dark and x0.5 sword damage.]
Defense +10%, Self, 30%
[Chain: DEF +10% for 2 turns.]
Anti-Lightning Shield, Self, 50%
[Chain: Reduce lightning damage received by 40% for 3 turns.]
Abyss Blade, 60%
[Pincer: Inflict x2 dark and x0.7 sword damage.]
Attack +10%, Self
[Equip: ATK +10%.]
Defense +10%, Self
[Equip: DEF +10%.]
Demoralization Guard, Self
[Equip: Resistance to demoralization +50%.]
Wyrmtail, Cross (2), 30%
[Pincer: Inflict x2 sword damage.]
Warrior from a tribe living alongside dragons.
Her tribe's very existence is practically a legend, so it's extremely rare for someone to be acknowledged as a member.
One theory claims that the tribe evolved as a result of ingesting poisonous blood of evil dragons, and the women gained the ability to breathe fire. There's no clear source for this power; it appears to be neither magical, nor artificially engineered.
The tribespeople have an innate understanding of all things dragon, perhaps because they have lived with dragons since prehistoric times. With this knowledge, hunting dragons is like taking candy from a baby.
In exchange for this inhuman power, however, everyone in the tribe is cursed with a short lifespan. There are no known records of anyone living past the age of 30.
At one point, an academic society requested to study them in the name of innovation in human genetic research. The tribe accepted, and the study began.
The research involved not only investigating the cause of the tribe's short lifespan, but also had the potential of leading to the discovery of remedies for previously incurable human diseases. The prospects looked bright. However, some members of the tribe opposed this research, claiming it went against traditional wisdom.
The conflict over perceived human experimentation deepened until at last civil war broke out. This war wiped out most of the tribe, and the survivors went into hiding.With no one left to study, all that remained was documentation on a tribe gone extinct.
- Velraine Λ (Japanese: ヴェルレーヌ・Λ Verurēnu・Λ)
- Added in Version 4.7.0.