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| Black || |
|Encouragement|| Oath of the|
Heroism - Offense
| Dreamer of|
|Name & Effect (edit info)|
|For X seconds, all allies gain Y% attack and defense. Upon use, all allies are healed for 30% of their maximum HP.|
| Lv|| X||Y|
| 1 || 15||10||44|
| 2 || 16||11||43|
| 3 || 18||13||42|
| 4 || 19||14||41|
| 5 || 20||15||40|
Skill Awakening Edit
|Normal||Encouragement||For 20 seconds, all allies gain 15% attack and defense. Upon use, all allies are healed for 30% of their maximum HP.||40||1|
|Awakened||Inspiration of Heroism - Offense||For 20 seconds, all allies gain 25% attack. Skill changes to Defense version upon use.||40||5|
|Inspiration of Heroism - Defense||For 20 seconds, all allies gain 25% defense. Skill changes to Offense version upon use.||40||N/A|
| Oath of the Peach Garden|
|While deployed, all allies gradually recover HP.||
| Dreamer of Personal Virtue|
| Upon placing this unit, all allies instantly recover HP.
While deployed, all allies gradually recover HP.
Class Attributes Edit
|Class Name (edit info)||Traits/Effects||Notes|
| Ruler (Koihime)|| Can block a single enemy.
Unit points recover by 10 on skill activation.
|Great Ruler (Koihime)|
Quotes - highlight the pink lines to see them. Edit
Awakening Materials Edit
|Required units (edit info)||
|Black||300,000G||3 x Soldier Chief orb & 3 x Vanguard Strategist orb|
- Japanese name: Ryūbi Gentoku
- Real name: Touka
- Chinese counterpart: Liu Bei - Xuande
The Oath of the Peach Garden (桃園三結義) is a fictional event in the historical novel Romance of the Three Kingdoms by Luo Guanzhong. This event is set at the end of the Eastern Han dynasty around the time of the Yellow Turban Rebellion in the 180s A.D. Liu Bei, Guan Yu and Zhang Fei took an oath of fraternity in a ceremony in the Peach Garden (believed to be in present-day Zhuozhou, Hebei), and became sworn brothers from then on. Their goal in taking the oath was to protect the Han Empire from the Yellow Turban rebels. The oath bound the three men, who would later play important roles in the establishment of the state of Shu Han during the Three Kingdoms period. It is also often alluded to as a symbol of fraternal loyalty.
|Versions||Base · AW|