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#038 Nitewing Paldeck Incineram #040

Ribbuny (Japanese: ヒメウサ Himeusa) is a Neutral icon Neutral element Pal.

Appearance[]

This Pal looks like a pink bunny with a large tail and a bow atop its head. It has a white bow on its collar and two tentacles extending from its neck.

Paldeck Entry[]

Ribbuny menu Ribbuny
A Pal who's never without a bright smile. Occasionally, it gets its tentacles tied up in knots by Cattiva's pranks. During those moments, its expression changes into something altogether demonic.

Behavior[]

Wild Ribbuny will often run away from the player when approached, if attacked all nearby Ribunny will become aggressive towards the player.

Utility[]

Partner Skill:

  • Skilled Fingers - While in team increases attack power of Neutral Pals. While at base, increases work efficiency if working at Weapon Workbench.

Work Suitability:

Possible Drops:

Active Skills[]

This Pal automatically learns the following skills when they reach the requisite level:
Lv 1 Neutral icon mini Air Cannon CT: 2s Power: 25
Quickly fires a burst of highly pressurized air.
Lv 7 Neutral icon mini Power Shot CT: 4s Power: 35
Charges energy into a focused blast.
Lv 15 Ice icon mini Ice Missile CT: 3s Power: 30
Creates ice lances in the air that fly towards enemies.
Lv 22 Ice icon mini Blizzard Spike CT: 45s Power: 130
Creates a giant lump of ice and hurls it at an enemy. It deals damage to those in the surrounding area upon impact.
Lv 30 Neutral icon mini Power Bomb CT: 15s Power: 70
Charges a massive amount of energy before firing a large destructive ball.
Lv 40 Ice icon mini Iceberg CT: 15s Power: 70
Summons a sharp ice lance under an enemy.
Lv 50 Neutral icon mini Pal Blast CT: 55s Power: 150
Charges destructive energy before firing a high-powered beam forward across a wide area.

History[]

Trivia[]

  • Its name may come from the words ribbon and bunny.
  • Its Japanese name may come from the words 姫 hime (princess) and 兎 usagi (rabbit)

Gallery[]


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