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Analysis by xHakurai
T-Doll Role
Anti-Armor DPS,
Sustained DPS

Basic Info

Rarity

T-Doll Stats

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

Max HP 81
Max DMG 133
Max ACC 97
Max EVA 34
Max ROF 39
Stat rankings are class specific
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Min/Max Armor
0
Ammo
15 / 25 / 35 / 45 / 55
Ration
30 / 45 / 60 / 75 / 90
Move Speed
7
Crit. Rate
40%
Crit. Damage
50%
Armor Pen.
10
Clip Size
N/A

Tileset

Affects HG
Skill Cooldown-18%

Skill

Lucky Trigger
Initial CD (6s)
Level 10 Effect

Passive: Consecutive shots on the same enemy increase self rate of fire by 10% for 3 seconds, stacking up to 3 times. Stacks reset upon changing targets.

Active: Increase self damage by 40% for 5 seconds, mark a target and attack only that target for 3 seconds, and do not reset passive stacks when changing targets

Level 10 Cooldown 8 Seconds
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Lvl 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CD 10 9.8 9.6 9.4 9.2 9 8.8 8.6 8.4 8
RoF+ 5% (3s) 5.6% (3s) 6.1% (3s) 6.7% (0s) 7.2% (3s) 7.8% (3s) 8.3% (3s) 8.9% (3s) 9.4% (3s) 10% (3s)
DMG+ 20% (3s) 22.2% (3.2s) 24.4% (3.4s) 26.7% (3.7s) 28.9% (3.9s) 31.1% (4.1s) 33.3% (4.3s) 35.6% (4.6s) 37.8% (4.8s) 40% (5s)

Equipment

Overview

The Blaser R93 is one of the strongest RFs to ever be introduced to Girls' Frontline. Best of all, she's free! Just finish her point event during the 2nd Anniversary and you'll earn her. 

  • R93's kit features both Damage and RoF buffs in a single package, letting her perform effectively against a wide variety of targets.
  • Because the buffs are multiplicative, this gives her an effective DPS increase competitive with other 5★ self-buffer RFs who focus on one stat like Lee-Enfield or WA2000.

Since the passive RoF-buffing component of R93's Lucky Trigger skill is always active, she has a small but consistent DPS edge over other RFs who lack such a passive. 

Furthermore, R93's base stats are amazing. With 39 RoF and 133 Damage, R93 firmly stands at the apex of 5-star self-buffing DPS RFs, not even taking her passive into account. 

The only downside of R93 is that having her makes most other RFs seem weak in comparison. (Yes, really.) When the Valhalla collab was released on GFL KR, Stella was rated very poorly by the community due to KR already having R93 at that time. On EN, however, Stella's performance was much better due to a lack of competition - and she saw much more use than on foreign servers. 

Foreign players named R93 "the new God of War" when she came out. You can see an analysis video below - while the video is untranslated, it effectively showcases R93's raw damage output in a variety of team compositions and situations. 

Equipment

Overview

The Blaser R93 is one of the strongest RFs to ever be introduced to Girls' Frontline. Best of all, she's free! Just finish her point event during the 2nd Anniversary and you'll earn her. 

  • R93's kit features both Damage and RoF buffs in a single package, letting her perform effectively against a wide variety of targets.
  • Because the buffs are multiplicative, this gives her an effective DPS increase competitive with other 5★ self-buffer RFs who focus on one stat like Lee-Enfield or WA2000.

Since the passive RoF-buffing component of R93's Lucky Trigger skill is always active, she has a small but consistent DPS edge over other RFs who lack such a passive. 

Furthermore, R93's base stats are amazing. With 39 RoF and 133 Damage, R93 firmly stands at the apex of 5-star self-buffing DPS RFs, not even taking her passive into account. 

The only downside of R93 is that having her makes most other RFs seem weak in comparison. (Yes, really.) When the Valhalla collab was released on GFL KR, Stella was rated very poorly by the community due to KR already having R93 at that time. On EN, however, Stella's performance was much better due to a lack of competition - and she saw much more use than on foreign servers. 

Foreign players named R93 "the new God of War" when she came out. You can see an analysis video below - while the video is untranslated, it effectively showcases R93's raw damage output in a variety of team compositions and situations. 

T-Doll Costumes
Holiday Lucky Star

Normal

Damaged

Strengths

Easily Acquired

Girls' Frontline is well known for its F2P-friendliness and the practice of giving away excellent high-rarity units for free. R93 is no exception - for just completing a Point Event, players can get their hands on the best RF in GFL. What's not to love about that?

Unparalleled DPS

R93's effective DPS can potentially eclipse that of every other RF in the entire game. Yes, that includes things like oathed M14 Mod or Lee-Enfield with her +RoF Special Equipment. 

In practice, she won't have capped RoF stacks all the time - it resets on target swap when her Skill is not active. Nevertheless, her hybrid RoF/Damage buff minimizes the amount of overkill and can let her waste less DPS compared to pure FP buffers like Lee-Enfield while also clearing mobs more effectively. 

R93's incredible pre-skill DPS makes her virtually irreplaceable for certain high difficulty ranking fights - in situations where multiple Gladiators or Gundams spawn and one of them need to be killed early on before RF skill activation, no other RF can effectively substitute for her.

Weaknesses

Must Max Her Skill

R93's performance is highly contingent on her Skill Level being raised to 10, as her DPS scales off the three stats that all increase linearly with levels (Damage, RoF, duration). 

6s ICD

Lucky Trigger's initial cooldown is 6 seconds, slightly longer than that of most other RFs. Thankfully, the passive component mitigates this somewhat in shorter fights, and the slightly longer ICD matters less in long fights. 

Must be Dummy Linked with Cores

This is not much of a con nowadays with easy core farming maps being available, but is worth mentioning anyway. Since R93 is a 5★ RF received as an event reward with no duplicates being given, she will need 105 Dummy Cores to Dummy Link to 5x.

Strengths

Easily Acquired

Girls' Frontline is well known for its F2P-friendliness and the practice of giving away excellent high-rarity units for free. R93 is no exception - for just completing a Point Event, players can get their hands on the best RF in GFL. What's not to love about that?

Unparalleled DPS

R93's effective DPS can potentially eclipse that of every other RF in the entire game. Yes, that includes things like oathed M14 Mod or Lee-Enfield with her +RoF Special Equipment. 

In practice, she won't have capped RoF stacks all the time - it resets on target swap when her Skill is not active. Nevertheless, her hybrid RoF/Damage buff minimizes the amount of overkill and can let her waste less DPS compared to pure FP buffers like Lee-Enfield while also clearing mobs more effectively. 

R93's incredible pre-skill DPS makes her virtually irreplaceable for certain high difficulty ranking fights - in situations where multiple Gladiators or Gundams spawn and one of them need to be killed early on before RF skill activation, no other RF can effectively substitute for her.

Weaknesses

Must Max Her Skill

R93's performance is highly contingent on her Skill Level being raised to 10, as her DPS scales off the three stats that all increase linearly with levels (Damage, RoF, duration). 

6s ICD

Lucky Trigger's initial cooldown is 6 seconds, slightly longer than that of most other RFs. Thankfully, the passive component mitigates this somewhat in shorter fights, and the slightly longer ICD matters less in long fights. 

Must be Dummy Linked with Cores

This is not much of a con nowadays with easy core farming maps being available, but is worth mentioning anyway. Since R93 is a 5★ RF received as an event reward with no duplicates being given, she will need 105 Dummy Cores to Dummy Link to 5x.

Team Options

R93 is a generalist DPS RF and therefore pairs well with almost any combination of HG buffers. The above listed HGs are simply examples - almost any standard buffer HG will work. 

It is recommended to run R93 with one RoF and one or two Damage buffers.

Despite the fact that R93 buffs her own RoF, you can actually run her with two RoF HG buffers without wasting too much DPS if you choose to do so. 

Team Options

R93 is a generalist DPS RF and therefore pairs well with almost any combination of HG buffers. The above listed HGs are simply examples - almost any standard buffer HG will work. 

It is recommended to run R93 with one RoF and one or two Damage buffers.

Despite the fact that R93 buffs her own RoF, you can actually run her with two RoF HG buffers without wasting too much DPS if you choose to do so. 

History/Trivia

Acquisition
Event
Illustrator
ASK
Voice Actor
Yukana
Common Nicknames
Blaser R93 LRS2