- Attack is guaranteed to hit.
- When you target a single foe and it is inflicted with a Status Effect, Skill Power increases but self-inflicts a Sustained Debuff effect.
- Sustained Debuff effect has a 100% chance to apply and has a 100% chance to decrease your ATK by -2 every turn for 2 turns.
Shahryar is the fictional Persian Sassanid King of kings who is told stories by his wife, Scheherazade. In the frame-story of One Thousand and One Nights, Shahryar is betrayed by his wife, which makes him believe that all women will, in the end, betray him. So every night for three years, he takes a wife and has her executed the next morning, until he marries Scheherazade, his vizier’s beautiful and clever daughter. For 1001 nights in a row, Scheherazade tells Shahryar a story, each time stopping at dawn with a cliffhanger, thus forcing him to keep her alive for another day so that she can complete the tale the next night. After 1,001 stories she has told Shahryar, she tells him that she has no more stories to tell him. However, during the stories, Shahryar has grown into a wise ruler and rekindles his trust in women.