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Arisa's 5* Awakening is currently not available in NA.
IntroductionOne of the four Magical Girls that go to Akanegazaki Middle School. Her lively personality hates studying. Her crude speech can often chide from a long distance away. Before becoming a Magical Girl, she was quiet, weak, and completely different than she is now.
Apply 30% Critical Hit chance (2 turns). Critical Hits deal 2x damage.
Deals 720% damage (+10% per magia level) to the target.
Buffs Attack by 35% (+2.5% per magia level) (2 turns).
Buff Defense by 52.5% (+2.5% per magia level) (2 turns).
|Final Awakening Items and Buffs|
Enhance Magia to
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PvE Stories Pros and Cons
Arisa sports balanced Attack and Defense which let her deal damage while remaining somewhat durable as well. Her connect boosts an ally’s Attack and Defense making it generally flexible and easy to use. Her personal memoria boosts Attack and Defense for 3 turns, and her Magia also boosts her Attack and Defense but for 2 turns. Every facet of Arisa’s kit is designed to power-up allies and herself, which makes her a good partner for other balance type girls who value boosts to their stats.
Low Disc Synergy
With Arisa’s entire kit dedicated to her boost magic, there is no room for synergy with Blast, Accele, or Charge discs. Arisa is not suitable on an Accele team with only 1 Accele disc and no Accele synergy. She can participate in a Blast-oriented team with her 2 Blast discs, however she has little to offer her allies other than her discs, which are not unique to Arisa. Similarly, her 2 Charge discs means she won’t be likely to interfere with Charge combos, but offers no unique Charge synergy either. Arisa is flexible enough to fit on many teams, but her lack of synergy means she is rarely a strong pick for any team.
PvP Mirrors Pros and Cons
Arisa’s connect boosts Attack and Defense making it useful for damage dealers and tanks alike.
Although capped at ★★★★, Arisa’s balanced stats and easy access to memoria slots can make her a strong choice for players looking for a flexible Dark attribute girl.
Master of None
Arisa’s flexibility is also one of her weaknesses. Even among Dark girls, there are ones who hit harder than her, and ones more durable than her, even without accounting for the natural ★★★★ girls. Since Arisa does not excel in one particular area, she is rarely the strongest choice for any team.
If Arisa can survive long enough to unleash the effect of her quick and flexible personal memo, she can create a significant disparity in stats between her and her opponents, letting her wreak havoc. As far as passive memorias go, Arisa can either focus on boosting her Atk to take out high-priority foes like Darc, or focus on Defense and Damage Cut to stall long enough to use her actives.