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|Sub Skill(ja)=紅葉の呪い
 
|Sub Skill(ja)=紅葉の呪い
 
|Sub Skill Description(ja)=親分が妖怪かつ攻撃スキルの時、スキル威力35%up(子分の妖怪の数だけスキル威力+1%upし、最大38%up)
 
|Sub Skill Description(ja)=親分が妖怪かつ攻撃スキルの時、スキル威力35%up(子分の妖怪の数だけスキル威力+1%upし、最大38%up)
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|Super Fusion(en)=Hundred Demons' Evening Drink
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|Super Fusion(ja)=百鬼の晩酌
 
|Awoken=No
 
|Awoken=No
 
|Awoken Level=120
 
|Awoken Level=120
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|S.Awoken=No
 
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==Overview==
 
==Overview==

Latest revision as of 08:32, 4 February 2021


Kijo Momiji
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鬼女紅葉
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Nicknames
Exclusive to:
Rarity (レア) SS+.pngGOD.png
Types
種族
Girl, Youkai
女の子, 妖怪
Max Stats
ステータス情報
Lv:120 HP:3105 ATK:1614 DEF:1244
Cost/Orbs
(コスト/オーブ)
35/1
Main Skill (スキル)
Bright Red Leaves
鮮紅の散葉
4x Bite attack with chance to inflict Paralysis; If any one attack target gets below 30% HP, executes an AoE Non-Elemental attack (Skill Power and Paralysis Chance increases as more Youkai cards are Subbed)
敵に咬属性ダメージを4回与え、確率で麻痺状態にし、攻撃対象が一体でも残りHP30%以下なら敵全体に追加で無属性ダメージを与える(子分に妖怪が多い程、スキル威力と付与確率上昇)
Sub Skill (子分スキル)
Curse of Autumn Leaves
紅葉の呪い
When Main Card is Youkai and has Attack Skill, grants 35% Skill Boost (For every Youkai Card subbed, grants +1% Skill Boost; maxes at 38%)
親分が妖怪かつ攻撃スキルの時、スキル威力35%up(子分の妖怪の数だけスキル威力+1%upし、最大38%up)
Awoken Main Skill (スキル)
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Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)
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Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)
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S.Awoken Main Skill (スキル)
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S.Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)
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S.Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)
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Super Fusion (超合体)
Hundred Demons' Evening Drink
百鬼の晩酌

Ibaraki-dojicard.png  Karakasa-obakecard.png  Kijo Momijicard.png  Kohakucard.png  Momokocard.png  Nine Tailcard.png  Omatsucard.png  Orochicard.png  Shuten-dojicard.png 
Shared by (合体カード): Ibaraki-doji, Karakasa-obake, Kijo Momiji, Kohaku, Momoko, Nine Tail, Omatsu, Orochi, Shuten-doji

Overview

Main Skill

Sub Skill

Recommended Subcards

Trivia

Literally “maple leaves;” used as a name. The tale of Princess Sarashina/Momiji is famous in Japanese theater. The noh play Momijigari (“Hunting Momiji” or “Fall-Leaf Hunting”) first appeared hundreds of years ago, during the Muromachi period.