Fate/Grand Order is a free-to-play Japanese mobile game, developed by Lasengle and published by Aniplex. The game is based on Type-Moon’s Fate/stay night franchise and was released in Japan on 29 July 2015 for Android and on 12 August 2015, for iOS. An arcade version titled Fate/Grand Order Arcade was released by Sega in Japan on 26 July 2018.
The game is centered around turn-based combat where the player, who takes on the role of a “Master”, summons and commands powerful familiars known as “Servants” to battle enemies. The story narrative is presented in a visual novel format, and each Servant has its own scenario that the player can explore. Servants are obtained through the gacha mechanic.
Today we will be talking about one of the Servants in the game, Bradamante.
One of Charlemagne’s Twelve Paladins and a virtuous female knight, also known as the “White Feathered Knight,” she was a princess born to the king’s younger sister Beatrice and Duke Aymon of the House Clermont. Her older brother Rinaldo, wielder of the demonic sword Fusberta, was another of the Twelve Paladins. Like her brother, she is renowned as a master swordsman.
When Charlemagne’s army was forced to retreat in the deadly battle against the great King Agramante, Bradamante willingly placed herself in the rearguard, where she engaged in a spectacular duel with the King of Algiers, Rodomonte.
The crux of Bradamante’s powers comes from her Noble Phantasm. She can loop against all classes with minimal overkill requirements using a double Skadi and a Mage’s Association Mystic Code. She has great defenses too, with Guts and defense up on White Feathered Knight B+. Also, a great utility Servant with the Magecraft Removal’s debuff removal to help an ally come up from behind, along with a decent stun as well.
She has some weaknesses as well. Her damage can be a bit below the belt due to a lack of passives. Furthermore, without looping, she doesn’t have much of a chance of getting her gauge up with those lower-end hit counts. She also requires a specific Mystic code or a Waver support as a cushion to effectively loop.
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