NetEase Games has announced, Shuten Doji’s abilities will be adjusted this week, with adjustments also made to the buff received from sealing boss monster Orochi and Nen. A popular Shikigami will also make his debut in Battle Royale this week!
Here are update details preview.
PUBLICATION OF SUMMON RATES
High level Favor item: 45%
SHUTEN DOJI ABILITY ADJUSTMENT
Ability 2: Demonic Punch
Additional damage will be raised from (+130% AD) to (+140% AD).
In Rage state, additional damage will be raised from (+200% AD) to (+230% AD).
Ultimate Ability: New Boss in Town
Before adjustment: Cooldown of 75 seconds for all levels.
After adjustment: Lv 1/2/3 will have a cooldown of 70/65/60 seconds.
BOSS MONSTER BUFF ADJUSTMENT
When Orochi has been sealed more than two times (taking effect from the third time onwards), for each subsequent seal, units in Demon Parade will receive a buff of HP +50%, Attack +30%. This can stack up to 5 times max.
When Nen has been sealed more than once (taking effect from the second time onwards), for each subsequent seal, the effect of true damage from the buff “Wrath of Kraken” will increase by 100%. This can stack up to 5 times max.
NEW SKIN SPRING PEACH
Enenra’s new skin “Spring Peach” will be available after the update on June 1st! Enenra’s beautiful dress is inspired by the elegant and complex Junihitoe kimono (specifically, the Karaginu) on the empress doll, mixed with the common Furisode kimono.
The pink ornaments come from hishi mochi, the symbolic wagashi (Japanese sweet) associated with Hinamatsuri. The pattern on the clothing is a mixture of cloud, smoke, peach blossoms and its branches.
Enenra’s signature pipe incorporates a smoke pattern appearance, with some peach blossoms added to provide a breath of spring.
NEW SKIN MISCHIEF SPIRIT
Futakuchi will receive a new skin “Mischief Spirit” after the update on June 1st! Futakuchi’s new skin “Mischief Spirit” can be purchased in the shop after the update on June 1st for a limited time of two weeks. Purchase in the first week to receive a discount!
The top is inspired by Furisode kimono that girls wear during Japan’s traditional Shichi-Go-San festival day. The skirt comes from pleated skirt commonly seen in Japanese School uniforms. The pattern on the sleeves mixes cat paws with temari patterns.
The ornament in front of the chest is a lovely cat doll, while the hood is fitted with a pair of cute cat ears! The toy in her hand is a pellet drum and also a windmill. This is Futakuchi’s favorite toy. The monster behind Futakuchi is actually a cat. The pattern on its body represents the starry sky.