| Nikita (Little Sister)|
| Max Stats
| Lv:120 HP:2686 ATK:1404 DEF:1437|
Lv:120 HP:3223 ATK:1685 DEF:1724 (Awoken)
| 30/2 |
| Main Skill (スキル)|
| 4x Slash attack, chance to Paralyze on each hit(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)|
| 4x Slash attack with chance to inflict Paralysis (When you or your target is Paralyzed, Skill Power increases and 50% chance to imbue attacks with Fire)|
| Awoken Sub Skill (子分スキル)|
| When Main Card has Attack Skill, grants 30% Skill Boost and 50% chance to inflict -1 AGI (For every -1 AGI the target has, grants +1% Skill Boost)|
| Awoken Skill (覚醒スキル)|
| Grants 15% Skill Boost to all Slash cards in the played hand other than your own|
| 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 paralyzation at a high rate and with a four hit can single out more targets than most cards, 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.
- When you or your target is Paralyzed, 50% chance to imbue each attack with Fire. (Elem Mod is 1.75x)
Essentially, a 50% chance to debuff the enemy's agility by one step. Given the low chance to inflict the debuff and the low amount of debuff, it is not a very good sub skill unless you have no better cards and wish to slap on a solid sl7 sub instead of a random R. Regardless, it is a passable stinger in PVE as debuffing agility will allow you to occasionally dodge attacks, and have cards with iffy hit rates hit more often- though having a strong debuffer like Norn do the job instead is a better idea.