Questmyre : Robin's Awakening - visiritise.ml
Spur Defense gives help to allies and is a decent Skill C for him to maintain. Overall, Male Robin serves as an anti-meta unit as his double color advantage is a unique feature that he has maintained since the beginning. Robin does not particularly struggle in just his normal form, but at the same time, he does not excel against most. Standard weaknesses for Robin would be a majority of the Green units in the meta, especially those packing Distant Counter. Robin's main niche is to utilize his color advantage against colorless so any colorless unit running Cancel Affinity removes that specialty.
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Finally Fae and Fallen Male Robin can easily take care of him with their huge bulk and advantages. Male Robin is best suited purely to be an anti-meta unit and can operate well as a baiting unit in the enemy phase against any non-green unit. His well-roundedness limits his overall effectiveness, but if enhanced, he can serve the role as a competent counterpick. Reposition and Draw Back are two useful Support skills that he can use to success while he synergizes with his team.
Triangle Adept gives him a tremendous boost to his Weapon Advantage damage and can stop the likes of Brave Lyn and most Dazzling Staff Colorless like Maribelle and Brave Veronica , reducing their damage and returning the favor on their turn. Quick Riposte helps to address his poor speed and allow him to score additional attacks when baiting target units. Finally a supportive Drive skills will stack on top of the Tactical Bolt refine, making these a solid choice for his Skill C.
Winter's Envoy Chrom's right-hand man and a tactician who has amnesia. Spends all day thinking of plans for enjoying the winter festival. As the first Armored Dragon unit, Fallen Robin emerges as a powerful unit; he possesses exceptional physical and magical bulk and an outstanding ATK stat, being tied with units such as Effie and Winter Chrom for the highest attack in the game. This power is coupled with his personal Breath weapon Expiration, which serves as an upgraded version of Lightning Breath; with the ability to counter regardless of distance and target the lower of a ranged units's defense and resistance without a Special cooldown penalty, Fallen Robin serves as a very powerful counter to ranged units such as bow units and mages.
Fallen Robin is also the first permanent unit to have Vengeful Fighter, which guarantees him a follow-up attack and a Special cooldown charge during the enemy phase, and is extremely helpful for charging Specials such as his default Ignis, which scales off his high DEF for massive damage.
Robin's greatest weakness stems from being an Armored Dragon: he possesses the poor mobility of Armored units, and possesses a weakness to armor-effective weapons such as Armorslayer and dragon-effective weapons such as Naga and Falchion, with the latter being extremely effective due to its inherent color advantage, making Marth, Chrom, Lucina, and Alm very hard counters. Robin's lowest stat is his SPD, which while unimportant while running Vengeful Fighter, makes him easily doubled.
With Skill Inheritance, Robin can easily become one of the most fearsome dual phase units in the game. For an Assist skill, Swap or Reposition can help him give more mobility and somewhat alleviate his poor mobility. For his Special, Bonfire can replace Ignis for faster cooldown at the cost of lower scaling, or Aether can provide substantial healing at the cost of longer cooldown. Bold Fighter is undeniably his best B skill, as it guarantees him a follow-up attack in the player phase while charging his Special. Finally, Armor March allows him to move an additional space when adjacent to an armored ally, making the skill invaluable in armored teams.
Mystery Tactician A tactician of Ylisse and Chrom's close ally. Lost memory of her life before meeting Chrom. She packs Gronnwolf , allowing her to be an anti-cavalry unit, especially when refined to Keen Gronnwolf to negate cavalry bonuses on top of the effective damage to counter the likes of Reinhardt and Brave Lyn.
She would later receive a new weapon, Tactical Gale , further pushed her into the role of a Green version of Male Robin since she now has a stronger Gronnraven tome with a Rainbow Tactic effect refine, thus making her a great supportive unit while countering two color types. She has Ignis which is slow, but works from her serviceable Defense, Defiant Resistance , patching her low Resistance when lower on health, and B Tomebreaker , stealing any blue mages attempts at follow ups while she uses it.
As a carbon copy of Male Robin, she is an anti-meta unit who excells against two colors. However, she cannot be stat adjusted with a Boon or a Bane like her main counterpart can, which is a small disadvantage, but she still can work with her flexible base as is. She is countered by the likes of any Red unit, especially when running against the common threats seen in the Arenas.
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Whether they are offensive or defensive counters, Female Robin will struggle against the likes of those units. While she can counter all Colorless units, she loses that advantage if they run Cancel Affinity which do appear on some units, but not always as that is usually a predictive set up on their part, not yours. Female Robin follows her male counterpart as a counterpick to high tier meta threats and thus runs similar skils.
Reposition and Draw Back are two useful Support skills that she can use to success while she synergizes with her team. Triangle Adept gives her a tremendous boost to her Weapon Advantage damage and can stop the likes of Brave Lyn and most Dazzling Staff Colorless like Maribelle and Brave Veronica , reducing their damage and returning the favor on their turn.
Quick Riposte helps to address her poor speed and allow her to score additional attacks when baiting target units.
Finally a supportive Drive skills will stack on top of the Tactical Gale refine, making these a solid choice for her Skill C. Seaside Tactician A tactician of Ylisse and Chrom's close ally. Loves the strange creatures she finds on the beach. Legendary Robin is the 5th Legendary Hero introduced to Heroes and carries the distinction of being the first colorless breath user.
Unlike her male Fallen counterpart, Legendary Robin is a flying unit and trades raw power for a balanced spread. Also, due to her colorless weapon, she is not subject to the Weapon Triangle, which is both a benefit and a detriment to her offensive ability. Cancel Affinity removes the weapon advantage damage from Raven tomes. Resistance Smoke reduces the Resistance of enemies within two spaces of her by 7, leading to more powerful attacks from her.
Overall, Legendary Robin a powerful unit, especially when on a Flying Team where she can enjoy the boosts from their skills and can help more on that team rather than on a Dragon Team. As a Breath user, Legendary Robin is extremely vulnerable to breath effective weapons such as the plethora of Falchion users and Julia and Deirdre 's Naga tomes.
While she has Cancel Affinity in her base kit, many of her preferred sets do not run the skill, making her vulnerable to Raven tomes. Finally, many Dazzling Staff and Firesweep weapons negate her counterattack ability. Legendary Robin requires very little outside inheritance from her base kit, making her a very affordable unit to build.
Lacking a Support skill, Reposition or Draw Back works well with her flying nature. Bonfire serves her well, though Moonbow is a good alternative for defense stat shaving when attacking high defense characters. Her Slot B skill is best replaced with Quick Riposte as she operates best as a counter unit and even though she has respectable speed, Quick Riposte will ensure the double attack against the fastest units.
The Sacred King's Military Advisor. Robin from Super Smash Bros. Like in Fire Emblem Awakening , Robin fights with various tomes and normally wields a Bronze Sword at the beginning of a match. Robin will change their Bronze Sword into a Levin Sword whenever they perform a Smash attack or an air attack.
The Levin Sword has stronger hits and has an electrical effect.
However, as an allusion to the Weapon Durability , the Levin Sword will "break" after 8 attacks regardless if they hit an opponent or not. Once it breaks Robin will reequip their Bronze Sword. The player will have to wait 6 seconds before Robin will equip a new Levin Sword after each time it breaks.
Their tomes are allocated to a special move input and the last used Special Move will change Robin's currently equipped tome, however this is merely an aesthetic. However, each tome has durability points as well and will break after a set amount of uses. Once broken, Robin will have to wait a set amount of time before they will equip a new tome, meaning that they will temporarily not have access to that special move until they can acquire a replacement.
Once either Robin's Levin Sword or his various tomes run out of usage, they will automatically discard it behind them and they will disappear after a second after it bounces off the ground. It is possible to grab them before the vanish and the discarded Sword or Tome will become a single hit throwing projectile. Robin makes their first appearance in the Smash franchise in Super Smash Bros. Male Robin in Super Smash Bros.
Robin returns in Super Smash Bros. As with Smash 4 , Robin is playable in both their default Male and Female appearances. As an added update, their health gauge now displays a Weapon Durability meter to show how many usages their Levin Sword and individual tomes have before they are discarded. Palutena's Guidance is featured in Super Smash Bros. Pit holds a special conversation with Palutena and Viridi to comment on one of Pit's opponents, giving him helpful tips about their strengths and weaknesses.
This feature is based on the numerous chapter dialogue in Kid Icarus: Uprising. For Robin's version, Chrom makes a special appearance in it. Code Name: S.
When scanned, a S. Robin can use a tome that launches fireballs at distant enemies and also wields a Levin Sword for short-range area attack that stuns enemies. His Special is a Thoron tome that launches a blast that goes through all enemies standing in its path. David Vincent and Yoshimasa Hosoya reprise their roles as Robin.
He is unlocked either by completing a Mario Challenge or scanning a Robin amiibo.
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Robin is illustrated in the trading card game Fire Emblem Cipher with the following cards:. Robin's already relatively low number of cards in Cipher is then split in two groups, one for Male Robin and one for Female Robin, making it difficult to use either Robin as a Main Character due to the difficulty of drawing the Promoted versions you will need for late-game plays. Female Robin has four cards, two from Series 1 and two from Series 8.
Her S8 Cost 1, meanwhile, gains 10 ATK for the turn the first time you lose an Orb, making it just a little harder for your opponent to take multiple Orbs in the same turn with Female Robin as your MC. This Female Robin also uses the Emblem of Destiny, allowing you to draw one card and then place one card from your hand on top of the deck if your attacking Unit was also Blue, a useful Support Skill in monocolor Blue decks considering that most Robin cards have some variation of adding the top card of your deck to the Orb Area.
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