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A child of miracles from a distant country. She hates dragons and desires to eliminate them. Her reckless efforts are often misguided, but her earnestness moves others to action. Though she looks young, she's actually an adult.
|CV Info - English||CV Info - Japanese|
|Kazumi Evans||Yukari Tamura|
|Child of Miracles|
Obtainable as a 4
Amane: Child of Miracles is a 4* Light Adventurer who fills the element’s offensive niche. With a maximum Strength of 494, she stands out in a color which (in the early days of Dragalia Lost) is populated with support Adventurers. Skill Prep, Broken Punisher and Hallowed Raiments only further strengthen her offensive capabilities around hitting hard and stacking buffs.
Thanks to her high Attack, Amane’s offensive skills allow her to dish out significant Light damage.
Full resistance to Curse status preserves Amane’s skill activation and dragon transformation on Shadow quests.
Hallowed Raiments increases Strength for ten seconds; along with Broken Punisher and Empyreal Levin, Amane becomes an incredible burst attacker with correct timing. The HP increase also leads to Regen, giving her some survivability as well.
Due to her low HP and defensive multiplier, Amane is vulnerable to being knocked out in a single hit. Hallowed Raiments does help sustainability-- since at max buffed HP, she gains Regen instead upon activating the buff-- but she doesn’t have the HP pool for surviving larger attacks.
Lindworm: The premium choice, as Amane makes good use of a 30-45% pure Strength boost.
Halloween Silke: A split 15-20% boost can help Amane hit harder and make full use of the Regen buff provided by Hallowed Raiments.
Hinata: An easily unbound 3★ Dragon with a pure 10-15% Strength boost.
- Twilight Shimmer: Being one of the strongest wands, Twilight Shimmer is the ideal weapon for Amane.
- Conductor Rod: While much easier to craft, Conductor Rod’s bonus deviates from the standard offensive skill and instead grants Amane a short defensive boost upon use.
- Thunder Wand: For newer players, Thunder Wand makes for a solid choice thanks to its low resource requirement and strong elemental skill.
Skill Damage: Luca’s Prank, Valiant Crown, Plunder Pals
Skill Haste: Jewels of the Sun, Enchiridion, Happier Times
|Lvl 1||Deals 66% STR (x2) light damage to the target and nearby enemies.||
|Lvl 2||Deals 73% STR (x2) light damage to the target and nearby enemies.||
|Lvl 3||Deals 82% STR (x2) light damage to the target and nearby enemies.||
|Lvl 1||Increases the user's strength by 10% for 10 seconds; and increases max HP by 5% for the remainder of the quest. Once HP buffs reach the limit; an HP recovery effect is granted instead.||
|Lvl 2||Increases the user's strength by 15% for 10 seconds; and increases max HP by 10% for the remainder of the quest. Once HP buffs reach the limit; an HP recovery effect is granted instead.||
Increases attack skill damage by Skill Damage +6%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases attack skill damage by Skill Damage +8%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases attack skill damage by Skill Damage +9%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases attack skill damage by Skill Damage +11%. Benefits your whole team.