||The main character of La Pucelle. She was a demon hunter for the church, but became a demon. She only desires to fight strong beings. She fights with a baton she used when she was a human. She has been wandering the Netherworlds, seeking power, for a long time.
In order to unlock Priere as a playable unit, you will need to clear all of the maps in the DLC episode, titled The Crazy Overlord. Priere seems to be a good DLC character, as she has average to good aptitudes, and no weaknesses in resistances, both elemental and weapon. Since Priere is a monster unit, though, she can’t learn weapon skills, so that puts a little bit of a damper on her development. She is S rank in both types of monster weapons, although her INT isn’t all too great, so she should stick to the ATK weapon. Her unique Evility might look nice on paper, but there aren’t too many attacks that would utilize it to its full effect.
|Atomic Super Blast
|Priere Change! (Magichange)
|Overlord’s Hell (Magichange)
|Light and Darkness (Combo)
||Combo with Christo
Priere’s Overload is called Extreme Mardock, which makes it so after defeating an enemy, her stats lower for one turn and allows her to take another action. It doesn’t seem to be that big of a drop, so this can be used to wreak some havoc on maps. It’s not an amazing Overload, though, since she will be losing some stats for a little bit.
Priere’s unique Evility is called Bundle Attack, which increases the damage dealt based on the number of empty panels in the attack range x10%. This may seem like a great Evility, until you realize that a lot of the attacks with multiple range are weaker than the single target ones. For example, a 3x3 Tera elemental spell is a lot weaker than the single target one and even if you only hit one enemy with it, the gain wouldn’t be all too much. So, even though it looks good on paper, the low power rating for the larger AoE skills puts this Evility as lackluster.
Critical Charge increases the critical hit rate by attacks received this turn x5%. This might be a decent Evility to use whenever you are going through the story, but once you unlock the Curry Shop and can do the whole Thimble thing, you are guaranteed 100% critical rates. Terrific Counter increases your attack by 40% when counter attacking, which is pretty nice to have for a counter build. Seeking Strength increases the attack of the unit with it by 40%, if an enemy unit’s ATK is higher than yours. This is a bit situational and most of the time, you will want your attack to be higher than the enemy’s.
||Increases damage dealt by empty panels in the attack range x10%
||Increases critical rate by attacks received this turn x5%
||Increases attack by 40% when counter attacking
||Increases attack by 40% if an enemy unit’s ATK is higher than yours
- Priere’s name, which is French for “prayer”, was originally localized as “Prier” in La Pucelle.