- Fourth Popularity Battle Campaign's Decisive Match
- Fourth Popularity Battle Campaign's Assault Mission
| Platinum || |
| Majin Reincarnation|
|Lv90||3126||695|| 304|| N/A|
|Name & Effect (edit info)|
|For 15 seconds, attack and defense increase by Yx, and post-attack delay is slightly reduced (11).|
| Lv|| X||X|
| 1 || 1.0||34|
| 2 || 1.0||1.05||33|
| 3 || 1.1||32|
| 4 || 1.1||1.15||31|
| 5 || 1.2||30|
Skill Awakening Edit
|Normal||Majin's Breath||For 15 seconds, attack and defense increase by 1.2x, and post-attack delay is slightly reduced (11).||25||12.5|
|Awakened||Asmodai's Awakening||For 20 seconds, attack increases by 4.0x, and attacks become ranged (190). Skill changes to Asmodai's Constraints upon use.||15||7.5|
|Asmodai's Constraints||For 20 seconds, attack is reduced to 0.5x, and defense to 0.8x. Post-attack delay is slightly increased (51). Automatic activation. Skill changes to Asmodai's Awakening upon use.||15||N/A|
| Majin Reincarnation (Weak)|
| When defeated, it is instead treated as a withdrawal.
When withdrawn, can be redeployed after a fixed time.
| Majin's Seal|
| HP decreases by 25%.
30% chance to ignore defense and magic resistance.
When defeated, it is instead treated as a withdrawal.
Can be redeployed after a fixed time.
Class Attributes Edit
|Class Name (edit info)||Traits/Effects||Notes|
| Majin|| Upon death, this unit is instead withdrawn.|
Attacks ignore defense.
Cannot recover HP.
Strength does not decrease in Makai.
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Awakening Materials Edit
|Required units (edit info)||
|Platinum||200,000G||2 x Rune Fencer orb & 2 x Arch Angel orb|
Her name is possibly derived from the Avestan phrase Saoshyant, which literally means "one who brings benefit". In particular, the expression is the proper name of the Saoshyant, an eschatological saviour figure who brings about Frashokereti, the final renovation of the world in which evil is finally destroyed. The term was contracted to "Soshans" in Zoroastrian tradition, and came to apply to three saviour figures that progressively bring about the final renovation.
Asmodai is derived from Asmodeus, a prince of demons, or in Judeo-Islamic lore the king of the earthly spirits (shedim/jinn), mostly known from the deuterocanonical Book of Tobit, in which he is the primary antagonist. In the Binsfeld's classification of demons, Asmodeus represents lust.
|Versions||Base · AW · A Ver.|