Murasaki Shikibu performs a chant that lasts for 4s. After she finishes, it deals damage equal to 450% of her Attack to all enemy units.
Level 2 (Lv 61):
Increases the damage dealt to 500% of Attack
Level 3 (Lv 141):
Increases the damage dealt to 550% of Attack
Level 4 (Lv 221):
Increases the damage dealt to 600% of Attack
Murasaki Shikibu chants a poem for 4s. She initially selects 1 random enemy, adding another 1 target every 1s. All targets are dealt 120% of her Attack every second until the chanting ends.
Level 2 (Lv 81):
Increases the damage dealt to 140% of Attack
Level 3 (Lv 161):
Increases the damage dealt to 160% of Attack
Level 4 (Lv 241):
When the skill is completed, all targets are stunned for 2s
Murasaki Shikibu chants a sad poem, which lasts for 4s. During the chanting, 130% of her Attack will be dealt to nearby enemy units every second, and hit targets are silenced for 3s. The affected range will slowly expand during this skill.
Level 2 (Lv 101):
Increases the damage dealt to 150% of Attack every second
Level 3 (Lv 181):
Increases the duration of Silence to 4s
Level 4 (Lv 261):
Increases the damage dealt to 170% of Attack every second
Whenever Murasaki Shikibu is in her chanting state, her damage taken is reduced by 40%. If Murasaki Shikibu’s chanting is interrupted, she restores 200 Energy.
Level 2 (Lv 121):
Increases her damage reduction to 50% while chanting
Level 3 (Lv 201):
If her Ultimate’s chanting is interrupted, she restores 400 Energy.
Level 4 (Lv 281):
Increases her damage reduction to 60% while chanting
Magical damage dealer, AoE DD, Buffer, CC
The legendary author of the Heian Period found a way to flourish against the greatest of odds all throughout her life. Now ascended, Murasaki Shibuki has unexpectedly proven to be a formidable warrior, using chanted spells to cause massive damage to her opponents.
Pair with Idun, Zeus, Apollo, Lucifer, Izanami, Amaterasu.
Divinity skills: Obsession, Eterna, Sunder, Savvy, Divine Fire.
Murasaki Shikibu was born into the influential Fujiwara family and was originally (perhaps) known as Fujiwara-no-Kaoriko. Although this may suggest she had an easy life, this was hardly the case. She lost her mother at a young age, and her father was a somewhat distant man. Thus, although she may not have had many nights with an empty stomach, she was isolated and often seemed to be starved for connection. Yet, she was able to unite with her father in his love of poetry and writing. Despite women generally not learning the characters used for literature during this era, Murasaki Shikibu flourished while learning them and also became an adept writer.
She eventually married a man more than 20 years her senior and had a child with him. However, he died during an epidemic shortly after his daughter was born, and while Murasaki Shikibu was grieving his loss, she wrote “The Tale of Genji” – often considered to be the world’s first novel. And for more than one thousand years, Murasaki Shikibu’s love story has amazed readers. She shortly after became a lady-in-waiting for the Empress, serving as her tutor and also making waka poetry in her own time.
Despite her success in court life, Murasaki Shikibu did not enjoy this world of cultural elites (Although she seemed to care deeply for the Empress). She saw many of the courtly people as simple-minded, and therefore, she generally enjoyed time by herself. Murasaki Shikibu would often be found at her favorite temple, staring at the moon for inspiration.
Throughout her life, she was creative in finding a way to succeed in situations where there seemed to be little hope. This was her skill that ascended her into this realm, one where she could expand upon her cleverness and adaptability and use them to serve a greater good. She is now adept at many powerful skills, which she can cast by chanting them!