Shadow, Pincer Area (1), 50%
[Chain: Inflict x1 darkness damage.]
Anti-Lightning Capsule, Chain, 30%
[Chain: Create a capsule point that reduces lightning damage by 10% per capsule for all allies.]
Death Guard, Equip
[Passive: +50% resistance to instant death.]
Shadow Counter, Cross (1), 50%
[Counter: Inflict x1.5 darkness damage to adjacent spaces.]
Mega Heal, Self, 30%
[Chain: Heal with power 2 (cap 700).]
Magic Defense +10%, Equip
[Passive: Boost MDEF by 10%.]
Abyss, Pincer Area (1), 30%
[Chain: Inflict x2 darkness damage.]
Frequency +30%, Staff, 30%
[Chain: Boost Staff allies' skill frequency by 30% for 2 turns.]
Anti-Lightning Shield, Self, 50%
[Chain: Reduce lightning damage by 40% for 3 turns.]
Confusion Guard, Equip
[Passive: +50% resistance to confusion.]
HP +20%, Equip
[Passive: Boost HP by 20%.]
Dark Matter, Pincer Area (1), 30%
[Chain: Inflict x3 darkness damage.]
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Pupropé is the niece of Palpa, princess of the stonefolk. Though she is but a child, her royal blood gives her a rare, mystical power: unassailable defense. Once it fully awakens, it will surely prove invaluable in protecting her people.She is still very much a child, however, and one cannot expect too much of her just yet. She's quite the little rascal, far more interested in stirring up mischief than in boring grown-up things.
One day, someone stole a princess jewel from Princess Palpa. The entire city of Prah was up in arms, as this jewel served as an insignia of the royal family.
Pupropé was the thief, so to speak. She had only borrowed it for a bit, but she couldn't admit to it after causing such an uproar. When she was eventually cornered, she improvised an impassable magical barrier to hide herself.It took Princess Palpa herself three days and three nights to dispel the barrier--a testament to her niece's astounding power.
One day, an infamous bully made fun of a certain little girl's appearance and made her cry. That girl happened to be a dear friend of Pupropé's. Furious, Pupropé confined the bully within a magical barrier until he broke down in tears and apologized.It took Princess Palpa herself three days and three nights to dispel the barrier--a testament to her niece's astounding power.
Pupropu had once gotten lost shortly after he had learned to walk.
It happened while his sister Pupropé was watching him at the behest of their parents.
Unable to find him, Pupropé went about calling his name, but Pupropu was nowhere to be found.
Pupropé became more and more frightened until tears were streaming down her face, but as Pupropu's big sister, she could not give up. Wiping away her tears, she continued the search.
It turned out that Pupropé had been in the house the entire time.
He had been surrounded by a magic barrier that hid him from sight. Even worse, he was fast asleep.
This was the result of the great magic power he unknowingly possessed.
It seems in the middle of his nap, this previously unknown power suddenly welled forth, creating a magic barrier.So it was Pupropé's parents learned of the great magic power he possessed, perhaps the greatest in the universe.