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Label Rarity SSR.png
Icon Blue Star Full.pngCan be uncapped to 4★
Weapon b 1040813000.png

Label Element Water.png Label Weapon Harp.png HP ATK C.A.×
Level 1 55 314 ??
Level 100 325 1953 ??
Level 150 390 2360 ??
Character UnlockObtaining this weapon unlocks a character.
Drawing additional copies beyond the first will instead earn a Gold Moon.
Npc s 3040293000 01.jpg Juliet (Water)
Icon Level Uncap.png Unlock Uncap
4★ Complete Juliet (Water)'s Lv. 45 Fate Episode "Love Neverending"

ID 1040813000
JP Name オフィーリア
Release Date 2020-08-31
4★ Date 2021-02-10
Other Sites
Icon gbf-wiki.pnggbf-wiki
(Japanese wiki)
Icon Gamewith.pngGamewith Icon Kamigame.pngKamigame

Weapon ls 1040813000.jpg Weapon sp 1040813000.png
Weapon s 1040813000.jpg
Weapon m 1040813000.jpg

An elegant harp crafted in the image of a lady resting in a stream. Its melody, soft like a brook singing underneath the willows, is thought to be a hymn that brings blessings upon those who listen.
Charge Attack
Skill charge attack.png Aqua Marina Massive Water damage to a foe.
All allies gain Status Heal.pngRefreshHP is restored on every turn
Strength: 5% of max HP (Healing cap: 500)Duration: 2.5 turnsApplied during the attack phase.
On the next turn, it'll have 2 turns remaining.
and Status Deluge Crest 1.pngDeluge CrestWater magic is amplified (Max: 5 / Can't be removed)
Additional effect at 4★:
Also restore 10% of all allies' HP (Healing cap: 1500).[1]
Weapon Skills
Ws skill god 2.png
Water's Majesty Small boost to water allies' ATK and max HP
Ws skill hp 2 2.png
Tsunami's Aegis Medium boost to water allies' max HP
120 Unlocks at level 120: Unlocks at level 120:
Ws skill heal limit 2 2.png
Tsunami's Healing Medium boost to water allies' healing cap
4★ Uncap
Rupies square.jpg Rupies ×10,000
Base Reduction Materials
This weapon should not be reduced or used as fodder.


  • The name of the weapon comes directly from Ophelia, a character from the play Hamlet by William Shakespeare. The description also references the scene of Ophelia singing in the water stream before she drowns, this scene was later illustrated by British artist John Everett Millais, becoming one of the most influential paintings in history.