Ancient Nalakuvara

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Olden Primal Weapons
Ancient Nalakuvara
Can be uncapped to 4★Can have AX Skills
ID 1040205200
JP Name オールド・ナラクーバラ
JP TitleIn the past many weapons had custom titles. Now replaced with series titles in game. 樹封槍
Release Date 2016-03-10
4★ Date 2020-04-07
AX Date ?
Other Sites GameWithKamigameHuiji Wiki
(Chinese wiki)
A miraculous spear spoken of in sagely legends. Created with the petrified wood of the heavens, this spear has hardened to the strength of adamantine and become the supreme instrument of battle.
Charge Attack
Vayu-Isha Massive Wind damage to a foe.
Inflict 10% DEF DownDEF is lowered
Strength: 10%Duration: 180 secondsStacking: Charge Attack / Summon Side
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Weapon Skills
Stormwyrm's Betrayal Boost to wind allies' ATK for first 8 turns of battle
Stormwyrm's Tyranny Big boost to wind allies' ATK / 10% cut to wind allies' max HP
AX Skills
Primary Secondary

ATK

C.A. DMG

Double Attack Rate

Triple Attack Rate

Skill DMG Cap

DEF

HP

Debuff Resistance

Healing

Enmity

HP

DEF

Debuff Resistance

Healing

Stamina

C.A. DMG

ATK

Elemental ATK

C.A. DMG Cap

Stamina

Multiattack Rate

C.A. DMG

Elemental ATK

Double Attack Rate

Triple Attack Rate

EXP

Rupies
4★ Uncap
Rupies ×10,000
Base Reduction Materials
Keep at least 1 fully-uncapped copy for potential usage in a grid. Extras are safe to reduce or use as fodder.
Weapon VersionsThis weapon has alternate versions.


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Gameplay Notes

Stormwyrm's Betrayal

  • The ATK boost for the first 8 turns of battle on Stormwyrm's Betrayal is dependent on the skill level and is as follows:[2][3]
Skill level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
ATK Boost 3.0% 3.0% 4.0% 4.0% 5.0% 5.0% 6.0% 6.0% 7.0% 8.0% 8.0% 8.0% 9.0% 9.0% 10.0%
  • Currently the in-game damage estimation shows increases in steps of 0.5%. During battle the values are rounded to the values in the table. This makes even numbered skill levels estimate 0.5% higher than actual damage is.[3]

References