Okubi guide

Okubi

FactionCrisas
RarityEpic
ElementWood
TypeSupport

Detailed Stats

Attack859
Health 6,385
Defense484
Speed129
Crit. Rate5%
Crit. Damage150%
Focus0%
Resistance0%
Agility5
Precision100

Ability

Demonic Flora

Trait

Demonic Flora inflicts an additional Random Stats Down for 2 turn(s) to the target of any allies’ negative effect. Can only be triggered 2 times per round.

Ascension Effects:

Demonic Flora inflicts an additional Random Stats Down for 2 turn(s) to the target of any allies’ negative effect. Can only be triggered 3 times per round.

Demonic Flora

Inflicts [Bleeding], [ignite], or [Poison] on all enemies for 2 turns at the end of their turn, and damages all enemies upon their expiration.

Random Stats Down

Applies a random negative effect to reduce one of the following stats: Defense, Attack, Speed, Crit. Rate, Crit. Damage, Focus, or Resistance.

Souleater Bract

Basic

Deals 100% damage to one enemy and applies Resistance Down for 2 turn(s).

Level 2:

Damage +10%.

Level 3:

Damage +10%.

Resistance Down

-30% Resistance.

Thorny Passage

Special

3

Deals 100% damage to an enemy, removes a positive effect, and applies No Positive Effects for 2 turn(s).

Level 2:

Damage +10%.

Level 3:

Damage +10%.

Level 4:

Damage +10%.

No Positive Effects

This character will not be affected by any subsequent positive effects.

Dance of the Forsaken

Ultimate

3

Deals 100% damage to all enemies and summons a Demonic Flora for 2 turn(s).

Level 2:

Damage +10%.

Level 3:

Ability cooldown is reduced by 1 turn(s).

Level 4:

Damage +10%.

Level 5:

Ability cooldown is reduced by 1 turn(s).

Demonic Flora

Inflicts [Bleeding], [ignite], or [Poison] on all enemies for 2 turns at the end of their turn, and damages all enemies upon their expiration.

Recommended Sets

Terra Set

+15% Health.

Warrior Set

+15% Attack.

Synergy

Scores

Arena (Offense)

Arena (Defense)

No Man's Land: Bane Wraith

No Man's Land: Flame Lizard

No Man's Land: Wrathful Flood

No Man's Land: Lord of Holy Light

No Man's Land: Shadow Captive

Arcane Dominator: Roaring tulpa

Arcane Dominator: Ash Magisteria

Arcane Dominator: Queen of Tides

Arcane Dominator: Witch of Wind

Arcane Dominator: Gemini Dragon

Armored Incursion (Wood)

Armored Incursion (Fire)

Armored Incursion (Water)

Bio

Okubo is reportedly the one and only shaman of the goblins of Crisis Desert, a fact that may be of little solace to his brethren due to his strange temperament and unwillingness to interact with or even respond to others’ requests or pleas for help in regard to his unusual magical talents. Okubo’s legendary unfriendliness has not yet sufficed to turn away all would-be seekers after the services of the “Poison Shaman”, and indeed he has on occasion granted a healing boon of one or two shamanistic magics to a few supplicants. Of course, in his twisted mind Okubi would much rather be practicing research into new and deadly poisons then life-saving treatments.

Okubo’s one solace appears to be his strange garden, a lush place grown within the indisputable desert and apparently immune to its frequent dust storms, populated by flowers and flora that none of its very infrequent visitors have reportedly seen before. Indeed, the very few supplicants that have managed to locate and observe Okubo’s mystical oasis have told of his strange, unholy-looking dances, mutterings and mumblings, and wavings of hands as if Okubi is communing with the gods of the desert or wind, which, stranger yet, have been followed by a peculiar growths and movements among these beautiful and yet ominous-looking plants.

The reality is that Okubo is a believer in the ancient Thorn God, a wretched deity forgotten by all but the eldest races of Aurelia, and yet also means of conjuring the dreaded “Daemon Flower”, the most powerful source of poison anywhere in Crisis Desert or possibly anywhere. Okubo’s mad studies of the ancient ways and ceremonial attempts to conjure some sort of reaction from the old god to create his “perfect flower of poison” did eventually culminate in some success, wherein Okubo managed to recall this source of infinite poison through some kind of portal into his garden. The “Demon Flower” is a hard taskmaster though, requiring a daily dose of not water, soil, or nutrients, but the bloody corpses of freshly-slain animals. Then again, Okubi may regard the attainment of this ultimate source of poison as his most important life’s work…

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