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Type Icon Name SP Required Description
B Divine Recreation.png Divine Recreation 300 At start of combat, if foe's HP ≥ 50%, inflicts Atk/Spd/Def/Res-4 on foe during combat, reduces damage from foe's first attack during combat by 30%, and boosts unit's next attack by total damage reduced (by any source, including other skills). Resets at end of combat.
This skill can only be equipped by its original unit.

* Unused restrictions: No restrictions.

Notes[]

  • The stat decrease that can be applied by Divine Recreation is considered a combat reduction.
  • The damage-reduction is calculated after offensive Specials and skills that deal extra damage, such as Icon Class Red Sword.png Wo Dao+.
    • Percentage-based damage-reduction effects stack multiplicatively, unlike interactions related to the weapon-triangle, such as gem weapons and  Triangle Adept.
      • For example, if both Spurn 3.png Spurn 3 and Icon Skill Special.png Vital Astra activate, the maximum total damage-reduction is 58% instead of 70%, since the two skills reduce the damage to (1 − 40%) × (1 − 30%) = 42% of the original damage.
    • For more information, see Damage calculation.
  • Icon Skill Special.png Deadeye, Icon Skill Special.png Lethality, Icon Skill Special.png Sublime Heaven, and Icon Skill Special.png Twin Blades will neutralize Divine Recreation's damage-reduction effect.
  • When used with offensive Specials, Icon Skill Weapon.png Bow of Frelia, Icon Class Red Sword.png Lioness Blade, Icon Class Colorless Tome.png Thunderer Tome, and Icon Class Red Sword.png Lands Sword will neutralize Divine Recreation's damage-reduction effect.
  • Icon Class Colorless Tome.png Adroit War Tome and Icon Class Red Tome.png Þjálfi can reduce the damage-reduction of Divine Recreation by 50%.
  • If Divine Recreation triggers multiple times during combat, all reduced damage is accumulated up to the unit's next attack, and resets to 0 at the end of combat. If the unit cannot counterattack the damage boosting effect will not trigger.
  • The damage boosting effect of Divine Recreation ignores Def and Res, but can be reduced by damage reduction skills such as Icon Skill Special.png Pavise and Dragon Wall 3.png Dragon Wall 3, and status effects such as  Dodge.
  • Sources of percentage-based damage-reduction effects that stack multiplicatively with Divine Recreation's damage-reduction effect include allies' skills such as Domain of Ice.png Domain of Ice and Icon Class Colorless Staff.png Caduceus Staff. These skills will also count for Divine Recreation's damage boosting effect.
  • Skills such as Icon Skill Special.png Miracle and Icon Class Green Axe.png Hel's Reaper will also count as a source of damage-reduction, which will affect the calculation of the damage boosting effect = the total damage from the foe's damage (including calculations with specials) -1.
    • For example, if a foe triggering Icon Skill Special.png Glimmer deals 45 damage, and a skill such as Icon Skill Special.png Miracle or Icon Class Green Axe.png Hel's Reaper will be triggered by that foe's attack, the damage boost for the unit's next attack would be 44 damage.

List of owners[]

UnitSkill chain
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Divine Recreation
5★

In other languages[]

Language Name Notes
Japanese それは興味深いね Well, isn't that interesting?
German Göttl. Erholung
Spanish (Europe) Recreación divina
Spanish (Latin America) Recreación divina
French Récréation divine
Italian Svago divino
Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) 那真有意思呢
Portuguese Recreação divina

See also[]

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