Translation Credits: Jetroyz of the RIHQ Discord and Iana
"Doctor, don't forget about the agreement to share all our worries, alright?"
Honeyberry, intern medic, hailing from the Western forests of Rim Billiton, with unique insights in the field of herbology, also currently dabbling in self-taught psychology. After employment, she came to Rhodes Island along with her mother, taking care of her sick and frail mother as she works.
Out of concern for the mental health of operators, Honeyberry raised the banner of the "Snack Regulation Relaxation Party" in the Rhodes Island medical department. She has not yet made any significant progress, but her efforts in backing up her claims has made a profound impression amongst her seniors.
"Sugar is the energy of the brain, and the energy of the heart and soul! Appropriate sugar intake improves wellbeing, and wellbeing is even more important in regards to overall health!"
Honeyberry is a 5★ Wandering Medic that will be added tot he Shop Voucher (Red cert) shop. She specializes in multi-target healing and recovering Elemental damage.
Talents and Skills
Archetype: Wandering Medic
Trait: Recovers ally HP. Recovers elemental damage (can recover elemental damage of ally units with full HP)
Talent 1: Ranged units within Attack Range gain increased Max HP
Skill 1: The next heal targets 2 allies with the highest elemental damage taken, and they recover a certain amount of elemental damage every second.
Skill 2: Increase ATK. Every heal targets multiple allies with the highest elemental damage taken
Note: These are first impressions and based on conjecture since we don’t know the exact details.
Honeyberry will be the second Wandering Medic added to the game, the first being Mulberry. Based on the Operator names in this Archetype so far, it is clear they intend it to be a berry good Archetype.
Being available for purchase with Shop Vouchers (red certs), Honeyberry will be a member of this archetype that is available to ALL players, since Mulberry is currently a gacha-only 5 Star. Much like Mulberry, Honeyberry's usefulness will depend entirely on the specific Elemental damage and mechanic in the content being tackled: how dangerous it is, how important controlling it is, and how effective they are at controlling it.