Passives[edit | edit source]
- Gain +2 ATK if holding one or more Gift cards.
Overview[edit | edit source]
A warrior with a deceptively childish personality, Tsih is an aggressive soldier, with a love of crushing her enemies with rocks. Tsih features stats very similar to gift card.with an HP stat of 4, a slightly below-average DEF stat, and a powerful +2 EVD stat. This renders her somewhat fragile but provides her with a fair amount of survivability thanks to her high EVD stat. It can also enable Tsih to dominate defensive characters such as and , as she will more than likely be able to deal damage and evade their counter-attacks, thanks to their negative ATK stat. Tsih should generally not have much difficulty dealing with panels, either. Although she may be unable to defeat the opponent as a result of her neutral ATK, she often will be able to escape without even a scratch. She can also take great advantage of to dodge even the most vicious of attacks, like those of a boss. However, for Tsih to truly reach her full potential, she requires a bit more setup and luck. While Tsih possesses a neutral base ATK stat, her passive enables her to gain an additional +2 ATK if she is holding at least 1
Arguably the best gift cards for Tsih to put in the deck areand as both of them provide very little drawback and are not lost on KO. Theoretically, the absolute best cards for Tsih are and , as they can both give her a frightening +3 ATK, but these are often much harder to acquire. With a gift card in hand, Tsih becomes a much stronger opponent, able to easily defeat panels and deal comparable damage to opponents and escape. If the player is particularly lucky, they will receive a gift card as their starting card, enabling Tsih to steamroll the competition before they have powerful counter cards. The passive also has excellent synergy with her Hyper card which enables the player to deal potentially devastating blows for a low price.
The main disadvantage to Tsih is that when her passive is not active, she is a weakerwith a weaker Hyper. Without a gift card, Tsih becomes rather frail and vulnerable without the possibility of dealing much damage in retaliation. Being reliant on a gift card for +2 ATK could be considered less dependable than playing a natural +2 ATK character, like . Another disadvantage lies in gift cards themselves. Of all the card types, gift cards are the least common, and the player can only at max bring 1 of each gift card per match. Many gift cards also carry the effect of preventing norma, and will need to be discarded if the player wishes to level up. Some gift cards also apply effects that might generally be considered too dangerous for the player, such as and , or have other disadvantageous effects such as .
Playstyle[edit | edit source]
Tsih's playstyle is heavily dependent on multiple factors. Once the player has a gift card, they will have the freedom to pick either stars or wins norma based upon the situation. If the player draws a gift card early on and is either against fragile opponents or on a field with numerouspanels, then wins norma may be very viable. However, if the player is up against stronger bullies such as , the player will want to avoid confrontation and instead use their Hyper as a deterrent. The player should always focus on panels to ensure they have a gift card and, ideally, a Hyper for the late game to use as a weapon or shield.
Summary[edit | edit source]
- +Can become deadly in a game when holding a gift card (+2 ATK)
- +One of the best EVD stats in the game
- +Hyper gives +2 ATK in battle and combos well with passive
- +Hyper protects Tsih from getting attacked
- -Reliant on evade success
- -Relatively fragile
- -Passive and Norma tend to counteract each other due to norma-disabling gift cards
- -Very specific Hyper
- -"All or nothing" playstyle