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A young woman who's shy around new people. She speaks at length about her research but is otherwise inarticulate, and she often acts snooty to hide her embarrassment. Though passionate about her research, she lacks social skills.
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|Tabitha St. Germain||Kana Ueda|
Obtainable as a 3
Despite her label as a Support Adventurer, the awkward but endearing Althemia is fully equipped for offense. Sporting two damage Skills and a complementary Skill Damage-boosting Ability, Althemia is geared as a straightforward but effective damage dealer. While she won't be topping any DPS charts any time soon, players that work to maintain Althemia at full HP may very well surprise themselves with her damage output from time to time.
Consistent damage potential
By having two offensive Skills with decent SP rates, Althemia can output a consistent stream of damage.
Due to the ranged nature of Wand users, Althemia can easily keep herself out of harm's way while contributing DPS.
As with other ranged Adventurers, Althemia is more susceptible to damage than her melee allies. While her Skill animations finish at a fair pace, players will need to be wary of positioning to prevent being caught off-guard at inopportune times.
As Althemia has a Full HP = Skill Damage +30% Ability, her Skill Damage potential drops drastically after a single hit. Players will need to maintain Althemia at full HP to bring out her maximum potential.
- Marishiten is the premier choice for an unconditional 40-60% Strength bonus, as well as access to the Bleed affliction. Nyarlathotep is also a viable alternative for those that missed out on obtaining Marishiten, although he provides a lesser 35-50% Strength bonus that is also conditional upon having 30% or more HP.
- Juggernaut is an accessible 4★ option that provides a great 30-45% Strength boost, and is easily unbound with Moonlight Stones via the Void Battles Treasure Trade.
- Phantom and Hikage are budget choices for Strength boosts.
Budget Option: Rod of Alchemy
- Skill Damage should be the primary focus for Althemia. Critical Rate Up and Skill Haste Wyrmprints are secondary in comparison.
- Defensively, Castaway's Journal and Happy New Year! allow Althemia to obtain full Paralysis Resist, if needed.
- Other viable prints include The Chocolatiers and The Petal Queen for a more immediate boost.
Increases attack skill damage by 3%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases attack skill damage by 5%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases attack skill damage by 6%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases attack skill damage by 8%. Benefits your whole team.