| Nikita (Little Sister)|
| Max Stats
|Lv:120 HP:2686 ATK:1404 DEF:1437|
| Main Skill (スキル)|
| 4x Slash attack, chance to Paralyze on skill conclusion (increased damage when target is already Paralyzed)|
| Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| When main card's Attack skill activates, chance to give -1 AGI to target|
| 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)|
Nikita is a very niche card, somewhat hampered by her inclusion in a huge fusion pool and iffy mechanics. Overall honestly mediocre, Nikita is a card that nonetheless should not be underestimated- boasting a powerful status effect, and incredibly ability to inflict it. At that, Nikita is also the proud owner of a cost of thirty, giving her rights to fitting stats, and a surprisingly ability to output damage.
Nikita revolves around paralyze, essentially- She inflicts it the best out of all cards with a high rate and ability to hit four times, making her a great pick for paralyze support. Her main gimmick comes from repeated use however- when the target is already paralyzed, Nikita's damage increases, making her one of the strongest cards multiplier wise. The downside however is very obvious- this does not trigger mid-skill (as far as we know) and will end if the target dies, as death overrides all other status effects. Regardless, Nikita also manages to output a good chunk of damage even without the damage boost, and can hold her own.
Sadly, Nikita's fusion pool includes a lot of cards, including the powerful Mammon and the popular Gambler. This limits her use in PVE if you can not coordinate to get a non-gambler enhance, as you're betting you won't run into a gambler, and causes her to have some trouble playing into hands. At that, her damage is still somewhat mediocre without the iffy damage boost and she is in a color with a lot of strong attackers.
Overall, though, Nikita is a bit of a dark horse- and will serve you perfectly fine if you roll her.
With incredibly low multipliers, and a low base attack, Nikita's damage does not seem very impressive at first. However, having four hits makes Nikita quite a bit more capable of outputting damage, and with a solid AOE enhancer she can still wipe teams with the best of them in colosseum. At that, post paralyzation her damage is on par with three-hit cards, making her one of the strongest attackers in the game- so if you can find a PVE boss you can paralyze, she can go straight to town.
Notably, Nikita's paralyze rate is only beaten by Qued, and she has four hits to find targets, and will try to paralyze all hit targets. This actually makes her somewhat an iffy choice, as unlike Qued she can not focus paralyze chances on one target, but allows her to spread paralyze more effectively overall, making her an excellent choice for paralyze support. Her fusion is also basically a 100% full team paralyze, if you've got a Galvin or Mammon not doing anything in your hand.