Charged attacks gain 30% DMG against shields. At below 33% HP, gain 41% Total DMG Multiplier.
When charged attacks hit the enemy, heal character for 50 HP. CD: 3s. Hits made against MECH-type enemies also restore 2.0 SP. CD: 3s.
Charged attacks gain 20% Total DMG Multiplier. Hits made against MECH-type enemies accelerates the character's Attack Speed by 15% for 3s Triggering this skill again resets the duration.
Special Relativity 2 Pieces
Gain 5% Total DMG Multiplier for every meter of distance from the enemy. Bonus stacks up to 5 times.
General Relativity 3 Pieces
Get Total DMG Reduction when closer to the enemy, up to a max of 40% DMG Reduction.
North America - Anti-Entropy
Neutral | kind-hearted
Stigma Memory Clip 1
The greatest inventor in the history of mankind. The embodiment of a genius. Someone who changed the world. Add any other nice compliments you can think of... This person actually deserves whatever nice things we say.
Stigma Memory Clip 2
She learned calculus and linear algebra on her own by age 8. By the time she was 16, she presented her idea of general relativity and received her PhD. She viewed gravity as bends in time, thus changing mankind's perspective on the entire universe.
Stigma Memory Clip 3
Her mentor was her friend and teacher, Planck. From when Einstein was 8 years old, she was recommend to Planck by some psychologist, and Planck essentially took on the role of Einstein's guardian. Because of this, although younger than Tesla and Schrodinger, she was technically their senpai.
Stigma Memory Clip 4
Founder of Anti-Entropy along with Walter, Planck, and Tesla. The forerunners of Anti-Entropy were all originally from the Schicksal's North American Branch. This was because on November 25th, 1955, the North American Branch violently broke themselves away from the Schicksal and rapidly grew to be a contender for world power.
Stigma Memory Clip 5
It seems that Walter, the 1st Herrscher, has an interesting past along with the head of Anti-Entropy. No matter what, even if today's Einstein was that Einstein... Walter would not be that Walter.
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