|ID No.||170||Rarity||★★★★ SR|
|ATK Lv.1||1,496||HP Lv.1||1,750|
|ATK Lv.80||8,981 (10,981)||HP Lv.80||10,942 (12,942)|
|ATK Lv.90||9,924 (11,924)||HP Lv.90||12,100 (14,100)|
|ATK Lv.100||10,874 (12,874)||HP Lv.100||13,267 (15,267)|
Assassin of the Nightless City - Gaomi Luozhi Jing
|Her attitude towards other people is arrogant, and her behavior is self-willed as it can possibly be. A fundamentally flamboyant little girl.|
｢Kufufu-, it’s only natural for me to be more gorgeous and glittering than anyone else, right?... That being said, to nonchalantly call me a little girl.
|Height & Weight||138 cm ・ 35 kg||Alignment||Lawful Evil|
|Comment||Prioritizing familiarity, she is currently calling herself ｢Wu Zetian｣.|
This originates from her posthumous name of ｢Zetian Dasheng Huanghou｣.
It seems that she herself prefers the title of ｢Shengshen Huangdi｣, from when she was first enthroned.
|The sole female emperor of Chinese history. At first she was one of the consorts, concubines of the second emperor Taizong, but she became acquaintanced with Gaozong, Taizong’s son, also becoming his concubine after Taizong’s death. And thus Lady Wu would give birth to Gaozong’s child, but───|
The flame of that small life disappeared while it was still a suckling child.
|It has been said that Lady Wu pursued Empress Wang the culprit of that child’s murder, overthrowing her along with the Emperor’s favorite mistress and consort Xiao, taking the status of Gaozong’s Empress for herself. On that occasion, it seems that Lady Wu executed the two by throwing them into a alcohol jar after having their limbs teared off. Given such flow of events, there are also those who believe Lady Wu might have killed her own child and placed the blame on the Empress, but───|
The truth of this matter is uncertain.
|Having grasped real power as an Empress, she began to successively murder (assassinate) her bothersome relatives and political enemies. After Gaozong’s death, she would change the country’s name to Zhou and finally sit on the throne herself - calling herself ｢Shengshen Huangdi｣. In regards to how she governed the country, politics of fear that encouraged snitching were widespread. Supposedly, the populace feared the brutal tortures applied by the government officials called ｢Kuli｣ from from the bottom of their hearts───|
Manual of Accusation
|The Gaomi Luozhi Jing was a guidebook for the ｢Kuli｣ (torture officials), said to have been written during her rule. A How-To book about torture and interrogation so to speak, employed for the sake of fabricating an criminal.|
This Noble Phantasm is like an embodiment of the national law that says ｢she can freely invent a criminal｣. In other words, when this Noble Phantasm is deployed, she becomes a ｢torturer｣ towards anyone, and those who oppose her will become ｢victims of torture｣, no questions asked.
Originally, it was possible to punish scoundrels with a wide variety of torture methods, but it seems that lately she has been mostly using the poison and alcohol jar that once killed her political enemies, after arranging them for tortures.
|Wu Zetian is surprisingly credulous.|
While she liked to amend the names of eras, titles and cities, that was both due her fondness for new things and being caught up in superstitions.
Furthermore, she believed in the curse that Consort Xiao cast on the verge of death:
｢You will be reborn as a mouse. I promise then to become a cat and bite you to death.｣
Since then, it was expressly forbidden to keep cats within the palace.
Finally, she also changed the state’s headquarters from Chang'an to Luoyang due to being frightened about ghosts coming out───
｢H-heeey! It’s unfair of you to secretly write down my weaknesses on such a place...no, these contents are all lies and I am not afraid of cats or ghosts... aaah, at any rate, you will be punisheeed!｣
Skill Enhancement Materials
Maximum Bond Craft Essence
The Palace of Luoyang
|9||100||100||When equipped to Wu Zetian (Assassin) only,
Increase Quick Card effectiveness of all allies by 20% but decrease their DEF by 10% [Demerit] while she's on the field