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Yama-uba Azumi is a platinum chef.

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Stats[]

Rarity Icon Class Initial HP ATK DEF MR Block Cost AFF Bonus Skill Ability
Faction Max Range Max Min
Platinum

Azumi Icon.png
Chef Lv1 693 232 188 0 2 24 21 HP+540
ATK+108
DEF+72
Mountain's
Wisdom
Yama-uba
Girl
Lv70 1016 343 290
N/A
Azumi AW Icon.png
Head
Chef
Lv1 1006 347 294 0 2 24 21 Mountain's
Wisdom
↓ ↑
Yama-uba-Style
Cooking Technique

Battlefield
Kaiseki
Lv90 1569 497 431
N/A

Skill[]

Name & Effect (edit info)
Mountain's
Wisdom
For 20 seconds, ability targets gain Xx increased attack and defense, and ability accumulation rate is increased by 1.5x.
Units with Same Skill
(hover) Melee Ranged Omni
No
Change

Azumi 5☆
SAW
Lv
X
X Reuse
1
1.2
44
2
1.2
1.25 43
3
1.3
42
4
1.3
1.35 41
5
1.4
40
Initial
22.0
21.5
21.0
20.5
20.0

Skill Awakening[]

Unit Skill Effect Reuse Initial
Azumi AW Icon.png
Azumi
Normal Mountain's Wisdom For 20 seconds, ability targets gain 1.2x increased attack and defense, and ability accumulation rate is increased by 1.5x. 40 20
Awakened Yama-uba-Style Cooking Technique For 20 seconds, all physical enemies have 25% reduced attack, and ability accumulation rate is increased by 2.0x. 45 22.5

Ability[]

Ability Name Effect Units Notes
Yama-uba Girl
(edit info)
While deployed, the following stats increase for all allied Youkai units (not inc. Tokens):
  • +12 HP/s (Max: +1800)
  • +6 Atk/s (Max: +900)
  • +6 Def/s (Max: +900)
Azumi Icon.png
  • Buff accumulates on an individual basis (i.e. newly deployed units start at +0).
  • Buff is removed upon the chef's death or withdrawal.


Battlefield Kaiseki
(edit info)
Attack increases by 1.2x vs. Human enemies.

While deployed, the following stats increase for all allied Youkai units (not inc. Tokens):

  • +16 HP/s (Max: +2400)
  • +8 Atk/s (Max: +1200)
  • +8 Def/s (Max: +1200)
Azumi AW Icon.png
AW Icon.png
  • Buff accumulates on an individual basis (i.e. newly deployed units start at +0).
  • Buff is removed upon the chef's death or withdrawal.

Class Attributes[]

Class Name
(edit info)
Traits/Effects Notes
Chef
Can block up to 2 enemies.

While deployed, gradually increases the stats of the target units (tokens excluded).

Only one Chef allowed per team.

  • Buff accumulates on an individual basis (i.e. newly deployed units start at +0).
  • Buff is added after all other skills and abilities.
  • Buff is removed if the buffed unit retreats and is redeployed.
  • Buff is removed upon the chef's death or withdrawal.
Head Chef

Affection[]

Quotes - highlight the pink lines to see them.[]

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Adjutant

Scenes[]

30%
100%

Awakening Materials[]

Required units (edit info)
Fairy
AW
AW2
Victoire Icon.png
Onyx Icon.png
Material 1
Ertel Icon.png
Nicholaus Icon.png
Ehret Icon.png
Ertel (Christmas) Icon.png
CC Icon.pngCC Icon.png
Material 2
Niel Icon.png
Erun Icon.png
CC Icon.png
Material 3
Alissa Icon.png
Dorca Icon.png
Christopher Icon.png
Fedora Icon.png
Iris Icon.png
Robert Icon.png
Alissa (Christmas) Icon.png
Iris (New Year's) Icon.png
Cindy Icon.png
CC Icon.pngCC Icon.pngCC Icon.png
(edit info) Money Orbs
Platinum 200,000G 2 x Priest Warrior Leader orb & 2 x Top Dancer orb

Trivia[]

Yamauba (山姥 or 山うば), Yamamba or Yamanba are variations on the name of a yōkai found in Japanese folklore. Depending on the text and translator, the Yamauba appears as a monstrous crone, "her unkempt hair long and golden white ... her kimono filthy and tattered", with cannibalistic tendencies. In one tale a mother traveling to her village is forced to give birth in a mountain hut assisted by a seemingly kind old woman, only to discover, when it is too late, that the stranger is actually Yamauba, with plans to eat the helpless Kintarō.
Wikipedia

Kaiseki (懐石) or kaiseki-ryōri (懐石料理) is a traditional multi-course Japanese dinner. The term also refers to the collection of skills and techniques that allow the preparation of such meals and is analogous to Western haute cuisine. There are two kinds of traditional Japanese meal styles called kaiseki or kaiseki-ryōri. The one referred to in her AW Ability is written as "懐石料理", and refers to the simple meal that the host of a chanoyu gathering serves to the guests before a ceremonial tea, and is also known as cha-kaiseki (茶懐石).
Wikipedia

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