Mummy Dearest is a Light, Diamond Eliza variant.
Tips and Tricks
Role & Strategy
- Mummy Dearest is a defensive fighter with a Signature Ability that allows her to charge blockbusters faster by simply using a special move, although it comes with a sacrifice of some of her HP which is regained back over time through HEAVY REGEN. This allows her to spam blockbusters very easily to gain stacks of BLESSINGS from her second Signature Ability to increase her survivability in a fight. With the highest HP stat of all Eliza fighters, Mummy Dearest can take some hits and even secure a kill when underestimated.
- As the AI often uses special moves, Mummy Dearest can be a dangerous defender that should not be underestimated as she can punish you with an unblockable Tier 3 blockbuster just a few seconds into the game after a few quick use of special moves such as BURST and WEIGHT OF ANUBIS. Furthermore, Eliza's unblockable Tier 3 blockbuster will also trigger her second Signature Ability to gain a stack of BLESSING for survivability.
- Mummy Dearest can be paired with Evergreen Evil to increase the duration of Mummy's HEAVY REGEN while also allowing Evergreen to gain meter from the bench.
- Marquee Ability: BLOOD OATH is the recommended Marquee Ability for Mummy Dearest as she can already gain meter from her Signature Ability. The health recovery will also benefit her to recover back some health that is lost from the use of special moves.
- Stat Investment: Like any other defensive fighters, Mummy Dearest will benefit from investment in HP and Defense to increase her survivability. Resistance is also a useful stat to invest in order to prevent players from inflicting CURSE and HEX that would significantly reduce her effectiveness in battle. ATK may also be beneficial to ensure that the use of an unblockable Tier 3 blockbuster can secure a kill. Meter Gain may not be a priority as she can gain meter through her Signature Ability.
- This variant is a reference to Ragyō Kiryūin, from the Kill La Kill anime series with its caption being a direct quote from Nui Harime's reply to Ragyō Kiryūin.
- The caption translates to 'life is funny' in English.
- This variant's name refers to Ragyō Kiryūin as a mother while also referencing the film Mommie Dearest (1981) that tells the story of an abusive and manipulative mother who hurt her adopted children.
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