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A veteran mercenary with numerous contacts who seems to constantly be pursuing one thing or another. Though a mellow fellow in normal life, he lives for combat and fights like a man possessed once he gets into battle.
|CV Info - English||CV Info - Japanese|
|Justin Dominic||Hiroki Yasumoto|
Obtainable as a 4
Berserker, the Frenzied Warrior, is a dark 4★ sword user with Blind Resist, and a kit focused around long-term survival. His first Ability, Calamity Wheel, is a full circle slash that debuffs enemy strength, but it’s his second Skill, Living Fortress, that defines him. This ability gives Berserker a stacking HP buff, which turns into HP regen once the cap is reached. This makes Berserker nearly unkillable with healer support and affords him easy survivability on the front lines. He also has the Striker’s Skill and Last Offense +30% Abilities, which means as the fight goes on or he dips low in health, he gains even greater strength.
Good Self Sustain
Berserker does fine on his own, his increasing health and regen allowing him to shrug off incidental damage, and he provides his own buffs with Striker’s Strength and Last Offence to give him good long-term damage potential.
Well Suited For Groups
Berserker deals well with waves of enemies, shrugs off Blind, and is even good in the hands of the AI or in full auto mode. This makes him idea for IO and Light event challenges where Blind is the affliction.
Long Build Up Time
It takes a long time for Berzerker to reach his health cap or Striker’s Skill cap, meaning that by the time he’s fully powered up, the battle is typically already over.
No Team Support
While Berserker is an expert at providing buffs for himself, he brings nothing but his Co-Ability to the table for his team.
Martishen: The premier Shadow DPS Dragon, Martishen will give a 40-60% Strength Boost and has high stats to boot.
Nyarlathotep: While normally Nyarlathotep’s >30%HP conditional for his +35-55% STR is a detriment, his Last Bulwark Ability combined with Berserker's last offense ability means that there will always be a sizeable strength boost, and Berserker’s self-sustain means that the HP conditional will be far easier to meet.
Juggernaut: The budget choice for dark adventurers, and superior to 5★ dragons who are not MUB when he is MUB.
Phantom: The best F2P dragon for Shadow, he’s what you take when you lack gatcha options.
Dáinsleif: The perfect weapon for Berserker’s tanky playstyle, Dáinsleif gives a Defense boosting active skill, and massive stats. However, it’s also complete overkill for Light IO and other current content for Berserker’s blind resist kit.
Dark Dementia: With a damage active skill, Dark Dementia will compliment Berserker’s Striker’s Skill ability nicely, while also being a fairly budget choice.
Blood Price: This is the budget dark sword, but it’s outshone once you can craft 5★ tier 2 weapons.
- Skill Damage - Plunder Pals, Heralds of Hinomoto, Resounding Rendition, Luca's Prank, Witch's Kitchen, Tough Love, Valiant Crown, Saintly Delivery, Silke Lends a Hand, Revolutionary Magic, Happier Times, Warlust, Fresh Perspective, Flower in the Fray, Together We Stand, Liber Grimortis, Mana Fount, Hitting the Books
- HP 70% = Strength Up - Jewels of the Sun, Crystalian Envoy, First-Rate Hospitality, Better Together
Skill damage boosts are the way to go for Berserker. The Shining Overlord is the top pick for Sword adventurers, with a good skill damage boost and Dragon Claws. Other top choices include Resounding Rendition and Tough Love. F2P options are Hitting the Books and Plunder Pals. For secondary prints, Levin’s Champion, Stellar Show, and Jewel’s of the Sun. are the premier options. Astounding Trick is a good F2P pick.
Good 4★ prints include Fresh Perspective, Together We Stand, and The Warrioresses.
|Lvl 1||Deals shadow damage to surrounding enemies.||
|Lvl 2||Deals shadow damage to surrounding enemies, and reduces their strength by 5%.||
|Lvl 3||Deals shadow damage to surrounding enemies, and reduces their strength by 5%.||
|Lvl 1||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 max HP by 10% for the remainder of the quest. Once HP buffs reach the limit, an HP recovery effect is granted instead.||
Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 6%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 8%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 11%. Benefits your whole team.
Increases dragon gauge fill rate by 15%. Benefits your whole team.