| Angel Ariel|
| Max Stats
|Lv:120 HP:2543 ATK:1603 DEF:1382|
| Main Skill (スキル)|
| Execute 1~5 Hit-attacks and gain +ATK for the number of attacks delivered. (If player already has +5 ATK, each hit will deal additional fire damage instead)|
| Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| Skill Efficacy +10% to main card, and for every buff the enemies have, add +6% up to a maximum of 40%.|
| Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
| Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| S.Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
| S.Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| S.Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| Super Fusion (超合体)|
Coming into a low-competition area, Ariel cleans up and even possibly dethrones Apollo's former position as an offensive buffer. Boasting amazing stats, the ability to potentially flash buff your attack, and an incredibly damaging move that upgrades itself to do elemental damage when needed, Ariel seems to have it all at the moment. However, his position is a little less clear cut than one would think.
Ariel's skill rolls much like Beryl and Ranmaru do- from 1-5, leaning towards a 3-hit. He gains a buff stack for each attack, meaning normally he will basically act as a +3 atk buff with a three hit, which is still very very good. However, at max buff he will gain elemental damage instead, making him even more effective against green targets- So even rolling a three he is generally stronger than most 3-hits. Couple this with an amazing attack stat and Ariel can be very scary.
But the threat of 1 and 2 rolls are still very real, despite the skewed chances in favor of doing better.
As a sub, Ariel's sub skill is of note, boasting an unconditional +10% skill efficacy that increases by 6% for each buff the enemy has- and increases to 40%, an absurdly high number. For dungeons where buffs on the enemy are plenty, centralized, and quick (Like Senjuu was) this ends up absurdly powerful, especially as he works on enhance cards who are capped normally at much lower numbers.
The problem again comes based on the fact the buffs must happen first- And that you'd be sacrificing Ariel as a main card. Still, if you somehow end up with spares, it's certainly a very powerful sub ability in the right dungeon.'
Overall, Ariel is a very strong card- the only real weakness would be his somewhat mediocre super fusion, only offering buffs and a suspiciously generic name.