It is easily her most preferred option, and synergizes best with Light of Dawn's effective damage against cavalry and armored foes. As such, a Speed Asset isn't all that poor an Asset choice, though may be a lower priority than Attack. At the very least, avoiding her 4-point Superflaw in Speed is generally a good idea. DEF: With just 53 physical bulk at full health, Micaiah already lacks the ability to withstand most physical attackers and adaptive damage users, and a Defense Flaw will generally have the least overall impact on her performance.
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Passive A: Sturdy Impact. On top of retaining her signature dual effective damage, upgrading her damage reduction to be applicable to all ranged foes, and granting key stat boosts, this weapon most notably provides guaranteed follow-up attacks The fact that Thani operates in both phases is the cherry-on-top and altogether grants Micaiah immense usefulness at virtually every level of play, showcasing great flexibility in her playstyle. This build is focused on leaning into Micaiah's strength as a unit with armor effectiveness. With Thani now granting a free follow-up, she can run Windsweep to protect herself from counterattacks. Granted, she has a poor base spd of 28, but you don't have to worry over that when you are fighting the glut of slow armor units. Alternative builds can also have a spd stat as low as 40, as that should give coverage against all the aforementioned armor units.
Who Should You Pull? Be sure to follow our Twitter account for the latest updates! List of Contents. Since she has a 1. Her HP is of less importance so it can be safely taken as her bane.
All stats have a degree of variation. The stat growth page explains how the variation works. This set of values, after being multiplied by a rarity factor, determines how much each stat will increase from level 1 to level 40, see stat growth.