|ID No.||195||Rarity||★★★★★ SSR|
|ATK Lv.1||1,870||HP Lv.1||2,019|
|ATK Lv.90||12,100||HP Lv.90||13,770|
|ATK Lv.100||13,245||HP Lv.100||15,086|
|Max ATK + Fou||15,245||Max HP + Fou||17,086|
|NP Gain||Attack: 0.25% ・ Defense: 3.00%||Quick Card||4 Hits|
|Star Weight||148||Arts Card||6 Hits|
|Star Rate||14.80%||Buster Card||4 Hits|
|Death Rate||7.00%||Extra Attack||5 Hits|
|Attribute||Earth||Noble Phantasm||4 Hits|
|Traits||Female, Servant, Humanoid, Divine, Not Weak to Enuma Elish, Sky or Earth Servant, Threat to Humanity|
|You are a sinner, the knot of seven cords.|
That which seeks atonement in the land of heresy, is the fruits of a demon’s labors.
───who is the next victim to be indicated by the pure young girl?
|Height & Weight||152cm ・ 44kg||Alignment||Chaotic Evil|
|Origin||Historical Fact||Region||North America, Massachusetts|
|Comment||A young girl of 12 years old, with blond hair and blue eyes.|
|The end of the 17th century.|
The ｢Witch Trials｣ that occurred in the Puritan pioneers’ village of Salem.
One of the first to show symptoms of demonic possession was the young girl Abigail Williams.
The abnormal symptoms of demonic possession spread across other young girls as well, and many villagers were prosecuted for roughly one year.
The result was a tragedy in which 200 people were arrested, from which 19 were hanged to death, 2 died in prison and 1 was tortured to death.
Even now many mysteries remain, such as the true motives of the young girls and the main cause that triggered everything.
Hollow Tree Wearing a Husk of Light
|A rhizome that grows out of the evil tree Qliphoth, which opens a ｢gate｣ that leads to an alien world that is incompatible with humanity and produces a severe distortion in the target’s mind and body.|
The target of this effect is restrained by Abigail’s own perception, who acts as a ｢key｣. Thus, this is classified as an Anti-Personnel Noble Phantasm.
This is endowed with a disposition for having no limits, which would better be designated as an Anti-World Noble Phantasm originally.
A threat born out of sincerity, which draws out impulses of suspicion and jealousy and gives rise to a chain of misfortune - even though that is not her intention.
The madness exuded by the wicked god dwelling within the young girl can quite easily break down the fragile common sense and morality of humans.
The Puritan creed that prizes honorable poverty and daily prayer.
|As a follower of Puritanism, Abigail is a pure young girl who reveres God and never misses her prayers of gratitude. Nothing but a girl that is as old as she appears to be - emotional and who does not know how to be suspicious of others.|
The Puritans that had honorable poverty as their creed crossed the sea in order to escape the pressure of the Church that catered to political authority, eventually reaching the New World. However, it would catch up to them before long, driving them to a wall. The spearhead of their objections (protest) would then turn towards their close neighbors.
Just like a ｢hero｣ will surely stand up to a world of decadence and oppression---
The creed of purity meant for disciplining themselves turned into a tool to surveilling others, and the turbulent colonial livelihood - in which wars and plundering happened over and over again - fostered feelings of suspicion and selfishness.
---before long, they began to wish for a madness, a ｢witch｣ from the bottom of their hearts. As if to say that ｢this misfortune and hardship of ours must be the work of a demon｣.
Sure enough, a witch appeared in Salem and the door for a gruesome witch trial was opened. The chaotic circumstances that become its ｢keyhole｣. The young girl who reflected people’s desires and that became the ｢key｣. If none of those could have be missing; well, in which of them lies the sin?
|Unlocked by clearing a certain quest|
A Dream of a Hundred Nights and a Thousand Stars
Skill Enhancement Materials
Maximum Bond Craft Essence
Rosary of the Silver Key
|9||100||100||When equipped to Abigail Williams (Foreigner) only,
Increase own NP Strength by 30%
Apply Death Immune (3 times)