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Analysis by Hassium
T-Doll Role
Burst DPS,
Specialist

Basic Info

Craft Time
04:06:00
Rarity

T-Doll Stats

This T-Doll is available in EN. Its rankings are based only on EN T-Dolls.

Max HP 125
Max DMG 67
Max ACC 62
Max EVA 43
Max ROF 63
Stat rankings are class specific
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Ammo
20 / 30 / 40 / 50 / 60
Ration
20 / 30 / 40 / 50 / 60
Move Speed
10
Crit. Rate
20%
Crit. Damage
50%
Armor Pen.
10
Clip Size
N/A

Tileset

Affects SMG

Damage 18%
Evasion 18%

Skill

Forewarning
Initial CD (5s)
Level 10 Effect

If there are more than 5 groups of enemies on the battlefield upon skill activation, increase rate of fire and accuracy by 80% for 3 seconds. Otherwise, increase damage by 90% for 3 seconds. After 3 seconds, if there are more than 2 groups of enemies on the battlefield, grant a 25 HP shield to allies situated on her tiles for 5 seconds. Otherwise, increase damage of herself and allies situated on her tiles by 55%.

Level 10 Cooldown 16 Seconds
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Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CD 20 19.6 19.2 18.8 18.4 18 17.6 17.2 16.8 16
ACC+ 30% (3s) 35.6% (3s) 41.1% (3s) 46.7% (0s) 52.2% (3s) 57.8% (3s) 63.3% (3s) 68.9% (3s) 74.4% (3s) 80% (3s)
RoF+ 30% (3s) 35.6% (3s) 41.1% (3s) 46.7% (3s) 52.2% (3s) 57.8% (3s) 63.3% (3s) 68.9% (3s) 74.4% (3s) 80% (3s)
DMG+ 40% (3s) 45.6% (3s) 51.1% (3s) 56.7% (3s) 62.2% (3s) 67.8% (3s) 73.3% (3s) 78.9% (3s) 84.4% (3s) 90% (3s)
Armor+ 16 (5s) 17 (5s) 18 (5s) 19 (5s) 20 (5s) 21 (5s) 22 (5s) 23 (5s) 24 (5s) 25} (5s)
DMG+ 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 25% (5s) 55%} (5s)

Equipment

Overview

64 Shiki is an AR that has less of a focus on primarily dealing damage on her own and is more for supporting the rest of the team for players that want to take the extra step for complex but incredibly effective setups. Even without using her gimmick she generally performs about as well as equal rarity ARs like G41, so 64 Shiki is a good option for the commander that wants to go the extra step.

Equipment

Overview

64 Shiki is an AR that has less of a focus on primarily dealing damage on her own and is more for supporting the rest of the team for players that want to take the extra step for complex but incredibly effective setups. Even without using her gimmick she generally performs about as well as equal rarity ARs like G41, so 64 Shiki is a good option for the commander that wants to go the extra step.

T-Doll Costumes
New Year's Wish

Normal

Damaged

Strengths

High base FP

64 Shiki’s firepower of 67 is incredibly high for an AR

Great tiles

High damage and evasion tiles given to both SMGs from position 7 is highly appreciated 

Situational and potentially massive team buffs

Can provide an HP shield or an allied firepower buff larger than most in the game.

Weaknesses

Low base ROF

63 rate of fire is on the lower end for an AR

Difficult to predict skill results

Skill is based on number of enemies, which varies wildly

Average self-buff uptime

Self-buff is equivalent to an 8/16 uptime

Long cooldowns and awkward positioning on team buffs

Requires specific positioning of dolls at 8 seconds to make the most out of 64 Shiki

Full Analysis

While intimidating and complex, 64 Shiki’s skill can be divided into 2 portions.

Upon skill activation she checks the total number of enemy groups still alive. Linked enemies count as one group, so 3 vespids in 5 links would count as 3 groups. At greater than 5 groups, her self-buff is rate of fire and accuracy, and at lower than 5 groups it is firepower.

While she has decent enough stats on her own, this buff usually has too short a duration to really matter. Since it starts at 5 seconds, only the last 2 seconds stack with common 6 second initial cooldown skills. Because enemy compositions and numbers can vary wildly from battle to battle just from rng or initial positions, it is often hard to control which version 64 Shiki will end up using. This can be an issue since she can easily over-cap rate of fire with the first version or start overkilling targets with too much firepower with the second.

Afterwards the second portion of her skill kicks in. 3 seconds after her skill activation, or 8 seconds from battle start, 64 Shiki does another check, this time for 2 groups of enemies. Above that number and she grants any allies on her tiles an HP shield. Below it and she grants the allies on her tiles one of the largest firepower buffs in the game. Both last 5 seconds, so 8 seconds after skill activation. The 25 HP shield she can grant is incredibly small and usually comes out far too late at 8 seconds to really make an impact on survivability.

However, the firepower buff is where 64 Shiki truly shines. The firepower buff is an incredible 55% to allies and herself. For perspective, the Fire Command skill from Grizzly is only 25%. Additionally, by positioning a doll between both of her frontal tiles when her second skill activation happens, you can stack the buff to get a whopping 140.25% damage buff. This is where one can get creative. By doing this with your dps dolls, you have 5 seconds of ridiculous amounts of burst damage. This can synergize with other burst DPS dolls who specialize in dealing a massive amount of damage in a small window.

There are some issues however. The only time this could happen is with 1 or 2 groups of enemies left on the field, and the only time you would need this much burst for just 1 or 2 enemies is with bosses and incredibly tanky enemies like Uhlans. These kinds of enemies often have mechanics which have you moving your dolls all over the place to avoid damage, making setups difficult.

Additionally, assuming you have 64 Shiki on the back column, this would require you to halt your dps for the moment while you move your DPS to the middle column. You might either risk exposing your dps to enemy incoming fire or move your tanks to the frontmost column, where they have no room to kite.

However, if you manage to pull it off in the right situation, you will be greatly rewarded. Of course you could always just leave her alone and she would perform close to a normal AR like G41, although often weaker because of a low base rate of fire leading to lower ability to fight mobs and the HP shield hardly contributing

Strengths

High base FP

64 Shiki’s firepower of 67 is incredibly high for an AR

Great tiles

High damage and evasion tiles given to both SMGs from position 7 is highly appreciated 

Situational and potentially massive team buffs

Can provide an HP shield or an allied firepower buff larger than most in the game.

Weaknesses

Low base ROF

63 rate of fire is on the lower end for an AR

Difficult to predict skill results

Skill is based on number of enemies, which varies wildly

Average self-buff uptime

Self-buff is equivalent to an 8/16 uptime

Long cooldowns and awkward positioning on team buffs

Requires specific positioning of dolls at 8 seconds to make the most out of 64 Shiki

Full Analysis

While intimidating and complex, 64 Shiki’s skill can be divided into 2 portions.

Upon skill activation she checks the total number of enemy groups still alive. Linked enemies count as one group, so 3 vespids in 5 links would count as 3 groups. At greater than 5 groups, her self-buff is rate of fire and accuracy, and at lower than 5 groups it is firepower.

While she has decent enough stats on her own, this buff usually has too short a duration to really matter. Since it starts at 5 seconds, only the last 2 seconds stack with common 6 second initial cooldown skills. Because enemy compositions and numbers can vary wildly from battle to battle just from rng or initial positions, it is often hard to control which version 64 Shiki will end up using. This can be an issue since she can easily over-cap rate of fire with the first version or start overkilling targets with too much firepower with the second.

Afterwards the second portion of her skill kicks in. 3 seconds after her skill activation, or 8 seconds from battle start, 64 Shiki does another check, this time for 2 groups of enemies. Above that number and she grants any allies on her tiles an HP shield. Below it and she grants the allies on her tiles one of the largest firepower buffs in the game. Both last 5 seconds, so 8 seconds after skill activation. The 25 HP shield she can grant is incredibly small and usually comes out far too late at 8 seconds to really make an impact on survivability.

However, the firepower buff is where 64 Shiki truly shines. The firepower buff is an incredible 55% to allies and herself. For perspective, the Fire Command skill from Grizzly is only 25%. Additionally, by positioning a doll between both of her frontal tiles when her second skill activation happens, you can stack the buff to get a whopping 140.25% damage buff. This is where one can get creative. By doing this with your dps dolls, you have 5 seconds of ridiculous amounts of burst damage. This can synergize with other burst DPS dolls who specialize in dealing a massive amount of damage in a small window.

There are some issues however. The only time this could happen is with 1 or 2 groups of enemies left on the field, and the only time you would need this much burst for just 1 or 2 enemies is with bosses and incredibly tanky enemies like Uhlans. These kinds of enemies often have mechanics which have you moving your dolls all over the place to avoid damage, making setups difficult.

Additionally, assuming you have 64 Shiki on the back column, this would require you to halt your dps for the moment while you move your DPS to the middle column. You might either risk exposing your dps to enemy incoming fire or move your tanks to the frontmost column, where they have no room to kite.

However, if you manage to pull it off in the right situation, you will be greatly rewarded. Of course you could always just leave her alone and she would perform close to a normal AR like G41, although often weaker because of a low base rate of fire leading to lower ability to fight mobs and the HP shield hardly contributing

Team Options

Remember that to make the most of 64 Shiki, the ARs should be moved to the tiles where the SMGs are currently in front of 64 Shiki, and swap right before 8 seconds.
A direct-fire off-tank like SR-3MP might be able to use the massive firepower buff of 64 Shiki without much need for setup.

Team Options

Remember that to make the most of 64 Shiki, the ARs should be moved to the tiles where the SMGs are currently in front of 64 Shiki, and swap right before 8 seconds.
A direct-fire off-tank like SR-3MP might be able to use the massive firepower buff of 64 Shiki without much need for setup.

History/Trivia

Acquisition
Heavy,
Normal
Illustrator
Parsley
Voice Actor