Rabbit’s Reviews #388: The Count of Monte Cristo (5* Avenger)

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Rabbit's Reviews Monte Cristo
NA Release Date: 03/2026

New Dantes is easily the standout unit of Ordeal Call 2. He makes a good case for being the best ST Quick Servant in the game, and his only real competition is MHXA, and only then because her damage is so high. Dantes does all the things: he has great NP gain, great damage, a 50% battery, and silly strong defensive tools. His only real drawback is that he’s a Quick Servant, and Quick is the card type least suited to stall… but even if you treat him purely as a burst-oriented Servant, he’s pretty much as reliable as a fastplay Servant can be. Dantes is, in short, excellent—a great pickup for anyone who happens to pull him.

Servant Data
Avenger B+

Increase the amount of NP you gain when damaged by 19%.
Decrease Debuff Resist for all allies (including sub-members)
except yourself by 9%. [Demerit]

Oblivion Correction EX

Increase your Critical Strength by 12%.

Self-Restoration (Magical Energy) D

Increase NP Gauge each turn by 3% for yourself.

Card Hits 5 3 4 5 10
Per Hit 0.72% 0.72% 0.72% 0.72% 0.72%
NP per Hit (%) 0.72%
NP when Attacked (%) 5%
Star Absorption 30
Star Generation per Hit 6.1%
Material Requirements
Servant Skills
Noble Phantasm
Usage Tips
Grail Potential

Dantes is really strong. He’s a highly consistent unit who works well at both the high end and the low end, and in both fast and slow teams. It’s really rare to see an ST Servant who can do all the things at once. There are plenty of other ST units who are very good at various things, and if you have a well-developed roster, you may not have need for another strong generalist… but it’s hard to do it better than Dantes does.

Rabbit's Arbitrary Ratings

Overall: 10/10
Single-Target DPS: 10/10
Survivability: 7/10
Offensive Utility: 2/10
Defensive Utility: 10/10
Farming Usefulness: 6/10
Vengeance: 10/10

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