| Lapis Lazuli|
| Max Stats
| Lv:120 HP:2201 ATK:993 DEF:1122|
Lv:120 HP:2641 ATK:1192 DEF:1346 (Awoken)
| 23/2 |
| Main Skill (スキル)|
| Removes Status from self and Heals for X% (on straight+, Heals party for small amount)|
| Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
Comforting Radiance (A)
| When main card is A and self is under Status, boosts Heal skill by 20%|
| Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
Lapis Lazuli's Healing Light
| Clears Status Effects and Heals self for 38% HP and then Heals your allies for 20% HP and clears their Status Effects (On Straight+, Heals allies for 30% HP instead)|
| Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
Lapis Lazuli's Healing
| On Straight+, Healing Skill efficacy +15% (If target's HP is greater than 85%, also remove Status Effects)|
| Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
Lapis Lazuli's Sparkle
| When inflicted with Paralysis, this card is not subjected to the effects of Paralysis.|
| 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)|
One of the healers in blue, Lapis has a lot of the same weaknesses as her other blue healer comrades in that they're not great at healing the party, an important trait for later game dungeons. Selfish by nature, blue healers offer very little in terms of party survivability and what little they do offer to the team often times comes with a requirement. This has left blue healers in a weak spot in later game dungeons. Lapis' status and HP healing are fine for the beginning parts but are quickly outpaced by the likes of Dryad and Lumiere who both offer unconditional healing to your party while also able to spread the sub card effects of cards like Cronos, Xebec, Eibon and Vesty.
One thing she does have over Dryad and Lumi is the fact she'll heal yourself of status effects naturally. However, that advantage is short lived with the addition of Kirara to any blue AoE buff card, allowing them too the ability to heal status aliments but for the whole party, sorry Lapis. Even as a sub card Lapis falls short, requiring her to be equipped to an Ace card, taking away precious damage reduction sub cards but also requires you be under a status effect to even provide a boost to the Ace's healing skill(If it's even a healing ace).
If that all wasn't enough, her super fusion is one of the worst in the game! While Garnet and Lapis aren't common in main decks outside of lower levels, Peridot is a common support card for all stages of the game, which could lead to a lot of messed up hands at bosses if this fusion is not performed early on in a dungeon.
However, Awakening gives Lapis a HUGE upgrade, making it one of the better healers in Blue.
Lapis suddenly gains unconditional AoE healing as well as Status Clearing to boot (and getting a Straight+ increases the heals further)!
Her Sub Skill also becomes more useful as well, offering a decent 15% Skill Boost to Heal Skills with some Status Clearing if the target's HP is high enough.
As such, Awakening suddenly turned Lapis from a meh card to an amazing card!
SLv1-5: Heals for x% of HP and cures Status Ailments.
SLv6+: Heals for x% of HP and cures Status Ailments. (On Straight+, heals Party for a small amount)
Lapis gets a huge upgrade from Awakening here. Her Main Skill changes a bit in that the previous Straight+ requirement is now baked in unconditionally (as well as clearing Status Ailments). Instead, a Straight+ will increase the heals even further. While not quite as strong as a true AoE Healer, Lapis is no doubt very handy to have with built-in Status Clearing and healing for a decent amount of HP (especially on Straight+).
A rather situational Sub Skill, it both requires an Ace card and being inflicted with a Status Ailment to grant a 20% Skill Boost to Healing Skills. Needless to say, it's not great.
Lapis gets a nice upgrade here as well, offering a 15% Boost to Healing Skills a Straight+; much better the stringent requirements from before.
Additionally, if you (or additional targets) are above 85% HP, it'll clear Status Ailments. This is checked after the heal is applied, so if your skill heals you up past 85% then you'll get the status cleanse. In the case of AoE heals with spreadable subcard effects (ie Dryad), only the player who played the card will have their HP checked. If their HP is >85% then the status cleanse will spread to everyone.
Just to note, Lapis' Awakening Skill doesn't make you immune to Paralysis, but rather, just makes Lapis' card unaffected by the effects of Paralysis.
Can be handy since it can allow you to freely play Lapis while under Paralysis.
Lapis lazuli is a deep blue semi-precious stone that has been prized since antiquity for its intense color. It can be ground down to create an ultramarine pigment.