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#038 Nitewing Paldeck Incineram #040

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


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.


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


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.



  • 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)