Her love for marine life and the sea spurred her to join the Navy. Has top-tier surveillance skills, loves fishing but is quirky and always excoriated by Helm.
■ Affects target enemy.
Deals 61.3% ATK as damage.
Charge Time: 1 sec.
Full Charge Damage: 250% of damage.
Deals 200% damage when attacking core.
■ Activates when the last bullet hits the target. Affects the target.
Taunt for 5 sec.
■ Activates when the last bullet hits the target. Affects self.
DEF ▲ 23.82% for 5 sec.
■ Activates when entering battle. Affects self.
When attacking an enemy projectile, damage dealt to that projectile ▲ 25.6% continuously.
■ Affects all enemies.
Deal 304.45% of final ATK as damage.
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At a glance, as a unit that can taunt an enemy indefinitely, this mobile radar girl is like a weaker version of Ludmilla. Both of them have a screen wipe and a skill that reduces the amount of damage taken.
However, unlike Ludmilla's attack/defense reduction and strong tanking potential, Anchor is used more offensively to clear projectiles thanks to her Skill 2. She is not meant to tank (although she technically can), especially if you run her without Biscuit. The way you play her is that you want to taunt the enemy so that all the projectiles are directed at Anchor, away from your core units. This way, it is easier for your team to destroy them or to evade them using cover strategy (refer to Noise).
Can reduce own damage taken (via DEF stacking),
Deals really well with projectiles thanks to the passive.
Low rarity so her potential is limited by her stats,
A single target Taunter is useless in the Story,
There are already a lot of great higher rarity Taunters that are commonly used on Bosses, so she has a lot of competition there.