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|Base Atk||1,440||Base HP||1,881|
|Max Atk||8,642||Max HP||11,760|
|Lvl 100 Atk||10,464||Lvl 100 HP||14,259|
|Lvl 120 Atk||12,286||Lvl 120 HP||16,758|
|NP per Hit (%)||0.57%|
|NP when Attacked (%)||3%|
|Star Generation per Hit||9.0%|
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Recover HP for an ally.
Apply Debuff Immune to an ally (1 turn).
Increase Critical Star Drop Rate for an ally (1 turn).
|Critical Star Drop Rate +||50%||55%||60%||65%||70%||75%||80%||85%||90%||100%|
Available from the start
Increase own Arts Card effectiveness (3 turns).
Increase own NP Gauge.
Deal 2000 damage to self. HP cannot fall below 1 from this skill. [Demerit]
Unlocks after 1st Ascension
Apply Invincible to a [Female] ally (1 turn).
Apply Guts to a [Female] ally (1 time, 5 turns).
Recover HP for a [Female] each turn (5 turns).
Remove Poison, Curse, and Burn debuffs from a [Female] ally.
After 1 turn, Sacrifice self. [Demerit]
(Sacrifice can be prevented by Buff Removal from enemies)
(Sacrifice can trigger Guts status)
|Revives with HP||3000||3200||3400||3600||3800||4000||4200||4400||4600||5000|
|HP Regen +||1000||1100||1200||1300||1400||1500||1600||1700||1800||2000|
Unlocks after 3rd Ascension
Increase own NP Strength by 30% (1 turn) [Activates first].
Deal DEF-ignoring damage to all enemies.
Decrease own Critical Star Gather Rate by 100% (3 turns).
Gain Critical Stars.
The Spinning Wheel that Spins for You
Increase own NP Strength by 30% (1 turn) [Activates first].
Gain Critical Stars.
|Inst. Death Chance||40.00%|
|Damage Distribution Quick||10,20,30,40|
|Damage Distribution Arts||16,33,51|
|Damage Distribution Buster||33,67|
|Damage Distribution Extra||10,20,30,40|
|Damage Distribution NP||16,33,51|
Attack / HP Growth
Skill Enhancement Materials
|1 → 2||100,000||
|2 → 3||200,000||
|3 → 4||600,000|
|4 → 5||800,000|
|5 → 6||2,000,000|
|6 → 7||3,000,000||
|7 → 8||5,000,000||
|8 → 9||6,000,000||
|9 → 10||10,000,000|
Append Skill Materials
|1 → 2||100000||
|2 → 3||200000||
|3 → 4||600000|
|4 → 5||800000|
|5 → 6||2000000|
|6 → 7||3000000||
|7 → 8||5000000||
|8 → 9||6000000|
|9 → 10||10000000|
Total Materials Required
|Asc + Skill||Total|
Costume Dress Materials
|Bond Pts Req.||3,000||6,000||6,000||6,000||6,000||263,000||290,000||301,000||310,000||315,000|
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“Brides are splendid! Aren’t they just dazzling and soft, like a beautiful flower, or a radiant bird? There’s no reason not to like ‘em!”
This Servant profile is supposed to talk about Habetrot, but she can be a little hard to see. Just look down, and you’ll see her flying around in her airplane, ready to bust the enemy open as an AoE Arts Damage Dealer / Sacrifice Servant. But it’s not to worry, she’ll still let you summon her for free!
Habetrot has two main uses. The first is as a looping Arts Servant. With her massive charge and Arts boost on Quick Spinning B, she can easily fill her NP bar and loop against most classes when supported with double Castoria. The second use she has is as a fire-and-die Servant, capable of unleashing her Noble Phantasm and then killing herself in favor of another Servant, thanks to her Protector of Brides EX skill. She’s also a fairly good support Servant for female allies, capable of healing them with Weaving Thread of Fortune A and offering them further heals per turn and invincibility with Protector of Brides.
This little fae does have a few issues. For one, she’s on the lower side of damage, being freely available and only having one skill’s worth of damage boosts. For another, she’s rather squishy and will be hard to keep on the field if she’s hit. It should also be mentioned that it takes a good amount of time and effort to summon enough copies of her, so she may be locked out to Masters without significant amounts of Friend Points and time.
Despite her size, Habetrot makes sure to be a versatile component of any Master’s team, serving in multiple potential capacities. Just don’t be mean to brides around her!
AoE Arts Looping
Habetrot is among the premiere Arts loopers thanks to her 80% charge. This allows her to potentially loop even against nodes without 3 enemies per wave while using a Black Grail, dealing significant damage. In a double Castoria and Oberon setup, she can potentially loop on 1-1-x type nodes depending on if she can refund 30% on either of the first two waves.
Habetrot’s third skill allows her to die after any turn. This can allow her to serve as a Servant similar to Arash, charging up herself, clearing a wave, and then getting out of the way. Thanks to her high charge, she is capable of using a Black Grail and dying, unlike Arash, as she can have her Append 2 skill at max and use the 80% charge. Even without it, using her to clear a wave allows other Servants to use a Black Grail when they otherwise would not be able to due to charging issues.
Habetrot has all the benefits of a support Servant. To all Servants, she offers a general heal and debuff immunity. Further, she is willing to drop a good pool of stars off her Noble Phantasm for Servants in later waves, while gladly passing on the Stars herself with a Star Gather rate down buff on herself. Yet to Females she can offer even more, including Guts, Invincibility, and Healing per turn. She’s a huge support for her allies, especially in situations where she sacrifices herself.
Habetrot only has her a small Arts damage boost on her second skill and a NP damage boost on her Noble Phantasm. Compared to other Rider loopers she does not offer anywhere near the damage. She does benefit from the Black Grail if she can use it, but so can many other Riders. It should be mentioned that in a setup with two Castorias and an Oberon she gains a ton of damage on Wave 3 as most of her damage boosts will be from NP Damage up.
Habetrot’s third skill kills her. That should be enough to talk about her durability, but there are other issues in her kit. Her HP is on the lower end of things, and she has no real hard damage resists. Even her third skill which offers invulnerability for a turn will prove to be useless as she’ll still kill herself and revive with minimal HP. To make matters worse, her second skill damages her upon use. She isn’t going to stay long on the field if she takes damage from enemies.
Habetrot is one of the few 4-star Servants available in the Friend Point summoning pool, and is only added there after finishing Chapter 6. Her summon rate is 0.05% estimated, meaning a Master will need to spend about 400,000 Friend points per copy. This is not easy to acquire outside of lotteries, so many Masters will be stuck with her at lower NP levels and no way to acquire more copies. Further, she really starts shining with her second append unlocked, which is only possible with at least 2 copies or incredibly high bond levels.
Unlike her most standard comparison in Arash, she costs a full 12 points to the party. Because of this, a party cannot have all four of Oberon, two mainline 5-star Caster buffers, full 5-star CE slotted, and a 5-star Servant available after her death.
Level Up Skill Recommendation
Weaving Thread of Fortune A
Recover HP for an ally.
Quick Spinning B
Increase own Arts Card effectiveness (3 turns).
Protector of Brides EX
Apply Invincible to a [Female] ally (1 turn).
Despite having three skills, it is rare for a Master to use all three of them. In all cases, Masters will want to use her second skill in combination with a maxed Append Skill 2 to get her a full gauge on the first turn. Her third skill is typically used to kill her, bringing in another Servant after she has expended her gauge. It is suggested to cast her third skill on the same turn as she casts her NP for that purpose. While her first skill gives a small heal, it’s typically just ignored.
- Weaving Thread of Fortune A is primarily a support skill, used to heal a Servant, give them debuff immune, and increase their star drop rate. This skill is typically not useful unless wanting to use Habetrot in a support role, and even then there are often better options. This skill should be leveled last and can be effectively ignored.
- Quick Spinning B is what gives Habetrot her true power. Besides being a small steroid, it enables her to fully charge her NP bar so long as she began with her Append Skill 2 maxed. Masters typically use this wave 1 if she is to be sacrificed, wave 2 if running with a double Castoria and a Fragment of 2004 setup, and wave 3 if running double Castoria and Oberon looping. This does come with a damaging demerit so this should be avoided if expecting to take damage after. This skill should be leveled first and to the max, to the point where it is almost a requirement to use her.
- Protector of Brides EX is Habetrot’s primary skill for sacrificing herself. It can be used on any ally to apply the sacrifice to Habetrot, but if used on a female ally it will give them a few buffs. For one, it will give them invincibility and a sizable Guts for a few turns, and also heal them each turn thereafter. Its usage to cleanse damage over time debuffs is rare but can be helpful in some challenge quests. That said, Habetrot practically always just uses this skill to kill herself, and she can do that from level 1. This skill can be ignored for leveling purposes.
Craft Essence Recommendation
Habetrot is able to loop almost all nodes, but has issues with damage, so a NP Damage Up CE is often her best bet. She can also use her death to help other Servants, with On-Death Buff CEs. Masters wanting to use Oberon, double Caster buffers, and a 5-star Servant after Habetrot should look to using Low-cost NP Damage Up CEs to support party cost.
- The Black Grail: With low general damage, a Black Grail can raise Habetrot’s damage significantly. Its raw attack power is a welcome addition, and if using Oberon will see Habetrot’s damage effectively tripled.
- The Merciless One / Battle of Camlann: If using Habetrot to die, why not get something out of it? Both these CEs offer the rest of the party an increased gauge, and Battle of Camlann is 3-star cost so would enable a full 5-star composition behind her.
- Dragonkin / Ryudoji Temple: If party cost is an issue, lowering the NP damage CE from a Black grail to a 3-star lesser version will enable the rest of the party to use 5-star CEs and be composed of 5-stars and Mash, for 113 party cost. Dragonkind is the stronger CE, but Ryudoji Temple does allow her to use her NP turn one without needing an append skill.
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|Country/Place of Origin||United Kingdom|
|Seiyuu (CV)||Ayasa Ito|
Habetrot is a fairy from Scottish folklore, and is associated with the spinning of thread. She is said to spin thread into cloth using cotton flowers and flax fibers, and to make clothing from that cloth. She is typically depicted as a child-sized old woman with a crooked back. Her role is as a bridal fairy who aids women in preparing for marriage and tailors bridal gowns for the busy brides. Anyone would wish for the help she provides.
Height/Weight: 50–60cm, 10–20kg
Origin: British folklore
"Brides are great! They're so soft and fluffy, and they light up the room! They're as pretty as flowers and as brilliant as birds! Who wouldn't like them!?"
Habetrot of Faerie Britain
She makes her first appearance as the spinster faerie during a Fragment section of the story. She traveled alongside Aesc the Savior and helped to put an end to the many calamities plaguing Britain. When Mash Rayshifted to Fae Era 400 and met her, Habetrot's fate took a drastic turn...or rather, she did everything in her power to overcome her own destiny.
When Aesc and the rest of the first Tam Lin disappeared from history, Habetrot wandered across Britain alone, spreading wedding culture and attending to numerous brides. Once the Era of the High Queen began, she turned herself into stone inside the Twisted Hole in northern Britain, where she fell into a deep slumber until her fateful encounter in 2019. After casually saving Mash at Sheffield, she guided Chaldea's Master to Orkney where she finally accepted the consequences of her choices.
In the Lostbelt, this faerie's name was originally Totorot. When Mash taught her the legend of Habetrot from Proper Human History, she decided to call herself Habetrot after she awoke from her stone slumber, in respect for Habetrot's way of life.
Totorot was originally something of a hooligan of the Wing Clan, and she joined Aesc in her travels only after Aesc defeated her in a duel. (Though born as a faerie of thread-spinning, there were no human brides to tend to in the Lostbelt, forcing her to live without pursuing her purpose. This suffering twisted her into the brash hooligan she became.) After that duel, she fought alongside Aesc as one of the first Tam Lin.
Additionally, the Fragment story mentions that the name "Mash" was written on Mash's shield in chalk; this was Habetrot's doing. When Habetrot asked to look at the shield, she surreptitiously wrote Mash's name on it. The fact that chalk is commonly used to measure dimensions on cloth also shows that it was Habetrot.
Introverted, yet active, she may not be very assertive, but she is proactive about pursuing what she wants and needs. She likes good people and can't stand evil people. Her neutral alignment does allow her to distinguish between good and evil, and she refrains from making judgments about which is better. In short, Habetrot doesn't hate people.
Her values are: peace is "good because it's easy," while conflict is "not good because it's tiresome." She's pretty much happy as long as she can keep on doing her needlework.
The Lostbelt Habetrot did not have the cultural familiarity with brides needed to fulfill her purpose, which caused issues with her memory capacity, but the original Habetrot is very intelligent despite her small stature. One common element between the Lostbelt and Proper Human History Habetrot is her kindheartedness. Humans tend not to fare well in interactions with faeries, but Habetrot never swerves in her protection of brides. Even if the bride is a sinner or has a questionable past, Habetrot will go so far as to sacrifice herself if she thinks it will help the bride have a happy future.
NP Type: Anti-Army
Maximum Targets: 30
Wheel of Time That Spins for You.
Also known as the Habbycat Cannon.
Habetrot's actual Noble Phantasm is called "Bridal Spinwheel," which is a dress that glorifies the bride, but for...reasons, it's become the gigantic cannon firing ludicrously large shells you see no. (The Habetrot summoned to Chaldea is from Proper Human History, and she has absolutely no clue why this weapon resides within the core of her soul.)
When Habetrot uses this Noble Phantasm, a flywheel serves as an alternative to a magical energy reactor core to generate magical energy, turning into a physical weapon that fires buttons like a railgun. It is not imbued with the concept of mortality.
The spinning wheel Habetrot pilots stores a broken Black Barrel inside. (Habetrot hides Black Barrel under a fluffy cloth.) However, mere possession of a cutting-edge weapon like the Black Barrel is poison to a faerie. Despite that, she kept it in her care until the very end because she instinctively knew that Mash would eventually need it. And so Habetrot continued to safeguard the Black Barrel as a gift for Mash's―her friend's― future.
Habetrot the Faerie
Whether she is the Habetrot of Proper Human History or the Lostbelt version, her essence remains the same. Whenever she sees a girl she feels is the one (someone who has the potential to become a happy bride), she focuses all her energy into helping and supporting them. Habetrot refers to these girls as her brides. Once she sends off the bride, she goes in search for another. Even should she already have a bride in her care, if she finds another girl, she will devote herself to both, which has led some to say that Habetrot is prone to falling in love. She may not say it out loud, but Habetrot is a bundle of devotion. She is a self-sacrificing faerie who puts the happiness of her brides before her own.
Habetrot values brides so highly because she can never mature. As much as she would like to be a bride herself, that wish cannot be granted. So she at least tries to protect the futures of those girls she deems beautiful enough to fall in love at first sight. Her protection of brides can be seen to some extent as living vicariously through them, or perhaps a dazzling dream...
"Maybe I can be like those girls someday."
|Battle Start 1||I'm just a tailor...but oh well! Can't say no when people are depending on me! I'm doing this!|
|Battle Start 2||I don't want to use my sewing kit for violence...but oh well! Kids, don't try this at home!|
|Battle Start 3||Tam Lin Habetrot...heading out! Just kidding! Oh crap...I'm getting embarrassed!|
|Skill 1||A rush job? Leave it to me!|
|Skill 2||Way to go!|
|Skill 3||Set spindle!|
|Skill 4||I should focus a little more here...|
|Skill 6||Before the morning lark flies off...|
|Command Card 1||Okay!|
|Command Card 2||Got it!|
|Command Card 3||Looking good!|
|Noble Phantasm Card 1||There is where I shine!|
|Noble Phantasm Card 2||Heave-ho!|
|Noble Phantasm Card 3||Meow meow me-me-me-meooow♪|
|Attack 1||Having too many buttons can be trouble too...|
|Attack 2||You're using that?|
|Attack 3||Let's do this!|
|Attack 4||Hah! Yah! Take that!|
|Attack 5||That's the spot! Dead-on!|
|Attack 6||Right there! Got you!|
|Attack 7||Sewing hammer!|
|Attack 8||I'm mad, you know!?|
|Attack 9||Hm hmmm hmmmmmm♪|
|Attack 10||Swish, swish...|
|Attack 11||Let's do this sloppily!|
|Extra Attack 1||A surprise job? Bring it on!|
|Extra Attack 2||Don't lay a finger on my bride!|
|Extra Attack 3||Okay, I'll finish it up!|
|Noble Phantasm 1||Removing magical strings! Releasing barrel!
Gun barrel's locked with grit!
Dead counter...limited replication!
|Noble Phantasm 2||Ta-da, ta-da, ta-daaa!
Amazed? It's heavy, you know!?
But Habbycat's not one to be discouraged!
|Noble Phantasm 3||You will forget the dream that awaits you.
No matter how painful the parting is, there is something still sure to shine.
Come on now, raise your head!
|Incapacitated 1||Ah...it's morning... Sorry I didn't make it in time...|
|Incapacitated 2||I don't like when it's that painful...|
|Victory 1||What!? Everyone's clothes are in tatters! Aw, fine! Come on, give them to me!|
|Victory 2||Phew! Fighting's tough! But everything's okay as long as you're fine!|
|Victory 3||Don't forget to care for your Habbycat after battle☆ Praise, pet, console, hug me...anything goes!|
|Level up 1||I leveled up!
Hard work brings compensation, you know!
|Level up 2||I'm maturing bit by bit. I hope you know Habbycat's gonna become an absolute beauty one day!|
|Level up 3||Thanks, Master! You're my second favorite love in the world!|
|Ascension 1||Hm? What? Is something wrong?
I'm still the same old me. So what's with the sad look!?
|Ascension 2||I got it...I figured out why you made that sad face earlier... The other Servants told me.
But whatever! I'm a perfectly designed faerie, after all! I'm not gonna be disappointed even if I don't change!
|Ascension 3||Even though my appearance doesn't change, you're still trying to raise me?
Ha! Don't tell me...you're really into me, aren't you!?
Meowhahaha! Okay! I'm gonna keep on working hard!
|Ascension 4||So this is the town Master lived in? Not too shabby! I like it!
It's a shame we're just in a simulator, but let's go for real one day! I'll introduce myself to your parents too!
Hey wait a minute. Why are the cats here following me around? Awww, do you guys like to play with my spool too!?
|Bond Level 1||Fate may have played a role in my summoning. I don't know about Faerie Britain, but I do know that you know I did good work.
I'm going to make a splash and bring some real prestige to the name Habetrot!
|Bond Level 2 When Male Protagonist||Hey Master!
What's the deal with you and that Mash girl?
Is she your friend? Younger sister? Romantic interest?
Just kidding! Your face gives it all away!
Right then, it's my turn to shine! I'm getting revved up!
|Bond Level 2 When Female Protagonist||Master, are you still growing? Are you gonna keep getting taller? Okay! Then I can measure you without worr―
Nope! Nothing! Don't worry about it!
I wonder what's for lunch today!!!
|Bond Level 3 When Male Protagonist||You're wondering if the Black Barrel's heavy? Yep, it's super heavy. Deploying the Noble Phantasm's always such a hassle.
But needlework takes a lot out of you too, so it's to be expected!
You'd want to see Habbycat shine too, right!?
|Bond Level 3 When Female Protagonist||As you can see, I'm teeny.
I don't have anyone to marry, but I still admire bridal gowns. I mean, they're real cute! Anyone can become a princess!
Well, that's not exactly the right answer, so it's just my hobby for now.
|Bond Level 4 When Male Protagonist||I appreciate that you worry about me during battle, but don't overdo it, okay? I'm a faerie, so I'm tougher than some of those other Servants around.
I'm actually more worried about you with all those injuries. Don't push yourself too hard, okay?
|Bond Level 4 When Female Protagonist||Argh! You overdid it again in battle!
Don't "teehee" me! Here! Take some lotion and toner for your skin! And here's some foundation, bronzer, eye shadow, mascara, lipstick, and gloss!
Don't forget you're a girl before you're everyone's Master. There's no point if you don't look radiant! Don't hesitate!
I've got plenty of cosmetics!
|Bond Level 5 When Male Protagonist||I dunno...you give it your all every day, but I've never heard anything about you having a love life, Master.
Huh? You're fine as long as Habbycat's around? You won't get discouraged?
I-I get it! Guess I can't rebuff you if you say it like that!
Until an opportunity arises for you, I'll keep on supporting you as your partner!
|Bond Level 5 When Female Protagonist||Habetrot always roots for the girls.
Seeing happy brides off is my life's work and raison d'être.
There's definitely a future where Mash...and even you...can become a bride. I promise.
Until that time comes, I'm going to keep on being your Servant.
Let me watch you reach happiness.
|Conversation 1||There's a mission, Master! Go out there and rake in the money!|
|Conversation 2||I have no complaints about being a Servant. Chaldea's a great place to be too!|
|Conversation 3 When Male Protagonist||My relationship with Master? That's obvious! I'm their Cupid!|
|Conversation 3 When Female Protagonist||My job is to make bridal outfits for others. And that includes you, Master!|
|Conversation 4||Mash is my favorite bride! I knew the moment I laid eyes on her!
...But whenever I say that, Mash looks kind of sad. Did I do something wrong?
|Conversation 5 (Amor (Caren))||That's not what Cupid's like!
But she sure is cute. I wonder if she'll let me measure her!?
|Conversation 6 (Kingprotea)||That really, really, really, really big girl?
You want me to make a wedding dress for her?
That's impossible. She's constantly changing size, right? There's only so much stretchy fabric can do...
Oh, but maybe having the cloth change based on her own magical energy might work...
Okay, Habbycat's gonna take on the challenge! I actually thought she would look good in one!
But brace yourself! You might need to wait a while... It might take ten years...a hundred years...or even a thousand years!
|Conversation 7 (Altera)||Altera's veil's nice. And she herself is fitting as a bride...
I wonder if she'll ask me...
If she does, I would totally make the very best, really pretty dress like a shooting star...
|Conversation 8 (Kijyo Koyo)||I see a Japanese bridal outfit!!!
Whoa. That's so cool. It's auspicious, awe-inspiring, and empyreal all at the same time!
...But why's a dinosaur wearing it?
|Conversation 9 (Barghest)||Hey, Barghest's here.
I heard she's a faerie from the Lostbelt, but I don't remember her being like that.
I'm not talking about her appearance.
Did you know that she has super bride potential? Well, it's actually negative bride potential, so the higher it is, the less chance she has of becoming a bride...
|Conversation 10 (Kiyohime, Kiyohime (Lancer))||Hey, listen, Master.
I'm being stalked by Kiyohime on a daily basis.
|Conversation 11 (Morgan)||You want to know if I get along with Morgan?
Yep, I sure do! She and I have regular afternoon tea sessions almost every day. She might look scary, but she actually has interesting viewpoints once you take the time to talk to her!
But what's sad is that she has almost no bride potential...
I wonder why I'm sad rather than disappointed about that...
|Dislikes||Holding the string with my mouth makes my lips swollen...
That's why I'm taking good care of my lips to prevent myself from getting a trout pout.
|About the Holy Grail||If there's a Holy Grail around, use it to turn me into an adult!!!
N-no, never mind! You didn't hear that!
|During an Event||An event's started! Let's go, let's go! I'm going on a date with someone I like!|
|Birthday||It's your birthday, right? I'm an expert at being thoughtful, so I obviously know what you want.
It's a scrapbook diary of all the good times from the past year, plus a diary for next year with entries full of events I hope will happen! We'll have to see if those come true come next year, Master!
Huh? Do I have a diary of my own?
S-stop that. Me being the main character of a story would be embarrassing!
|Summon||So this is Chaldea?
Huh! I heard it was a mage's workshop, so I was imagining it to be something like a scary cave, but it's clean, fancy even!
I can see myself sticking around here awhile. Oh, my name's Habetrot.
I'm a faerie, friend to brides everywhere, expert tailor, and bringer of happy endings!
...Well, that's who I am, but I feel like my Noble Phantasm's a bit...off...
Do you guys know why that is!?