Little Red Riding Hood
| Little Red Riding Hood|
| Max Stats
| Lv:120 HP:2444 ATK:1452 DEF:1112|
Lv:120 HP:2933 ATK:1742 DEF:1334 (Awoken)
| 28/ |
| Main Skill (スキル)|
Mr. Assault Wolf
| 3x Bite attack|
| Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
I Won't Cry!
| When main card is A and HP is below 50%, chance for immunity against Status Effects|
| Awoken Main Skill (スキル)|
Mr. Deadly Wolf
| 3x Bite attack (Skill Power increases the greater the hand made)|
| Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
I'm Not Scared!
| When Main Card is A, grants 15% Status Avoidance; 20% chance to grant 30% Status Avoidance instead|
| Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| When played in a hand and you take damage during the turn, 33% chance to grant +1 ATK (When ATK is at +5, grants 10% Skill Boost)|
| 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)|
Roar of the Fairy Tales!
Red Riding Hood, henceforth Red, is a somewhat unremarkable card in and of itself. Her skill itself is powerful, but one of a tiny number of skills that has no sub effects- it's only an attack skill. Similarly, while her subskill has some uses, it's not a standout that any deck can make use of.
Red's main skill is a bog-standard 3-attack Bite skill, with nothing fancy about it. She did set the standard for this style of skill, which has propagated quite far into a variety of other monsters, but the other users tend to make better use of it than she does.
|Less than Straight||1.20×|
Awakening didn't really change Red's Main Skill much, but she did get a nice bonus in that now the damage increases based on the hand made. Even on Straight+, it's already considerably stronger than most other 3x hitters. But on the really big hands, Red will pump out some strong damage!
Red's subskill is a bit hard to place. Generally on Bite cards you'd want an attack skill power up, so it's hard to put her on a bite attack ace i.e. Belphegor. On the other hand, her subskill might not be quite good enough to force onto an enhance/non-matching ace, as it only triggers below 50% HP. All too often the pattern is being hit with a status effect brings you to low health, not getting hit by a status effect after getting low on health, so blocking status effects at that point is something of a day late and a dollar short issue. Still, if you find yourself surviving long periods at low health values- which can happen- status effect blocking is very valuable!
Little Red Riding Hood is, of course, a reference to the traditional fairy tale of the same name.