Table of Contents
IntroductionA Magical Girl from medieval France known today as Jeanne d'Arc. Upon the death of her dear sister, Catherine, she resolved to save France from the brink of ruin. Simple, innocent, and trusting of others, she fondly refers to Qube (Kyubey) as "Monsieur Angel".
Enhance Magia to
Table of Contents
PvE Stories Pros and Cons
Darc’s premium triple Blast disc set makes her great for cleaving through large groups of enemies. Along with other strong girls who offer their own Blast discs and a Blast Damage Up connect, like Yachiyo Nanami, Darc’s strengths will shine.
While not strictly offensive or defensive, Darc’s connect provides a bonus to both Attack and Defense that will be appreciated by tanks and damage dealers alike. Her ability to pass Blast discs with her connect also ensures she will interfere minimally with Blast combos.
Self Curse on Magia
After using her Magia, Darc applies the Curse status to herself which prevents healing, and deals damage at the start of her turn. Because of this, her Magia should be used primarily as a finisher to circumvent this negative effect.
PvP Mirrors Pros and Cons
Balanced type magical girls usually boast decent Attack and Defense, as the name implies, but the near 9,000 in each of Darc’s stats makes her a uniquely powerful force. She makes good use of her high Attack due to her offense-oriented discs, and doesn’t lack Defense either.
Darc’s three Blast discs lets her shine in Mirrors, where Blast damage is strengthened. Allies who can offer at least two of their own Blast discs as well as an offensive connect, like Kyoko Sakura, make good partners for Darc.
Light damage is not resisted by any attribute, which allows Darc to cut through any foe unhindered.
Darc benefits primarily from offensive memoria. Passive Attack Up, and passive Blast Damage Up in particular play to her numerous strengths, so aim to equip effects of this nature onto her.