Soul Log – Hishi Mochi





Hishi Mochi
 Atk 52/
 Defense  Def 37/
Pickled Salmon Head  HP 1130/
Yang Menglu (杨梦露)  Crit 598/2593
-  Crit. Dmg 654/2874
Serizawa Yuu  Atk Spd 1035/4310
Event
Spectra Tanuki
Eradicate Her doll flies forward and receive damage in place of her, also deals 100% Atk, and an additional 110 damage, to the nearest enemy. At the same time, Hishi Mochi gains invincibility for 3 seconds.
Expelling Misfortune Hishi Mochi directs her doll towards the enemy to deal 100% Atk and an additional 405 damage. At the same time, disables enemy's healing for 8 seconds and Hishi Mochi recovers 505 HP.
Expelling Misfortune's Wish Hishi Mochi directs her doll towards the enemy to deal 120% Atk and an additional 486 damage. At the same time, disables enemy's healing for 8 seconds and Hishi Mochi recovers 606 HP.

Stats from Normal Nodes
  Atk288
  Def66
  HP2153
  Crit 6334
  Crit. Dmg9120
  Atk Spd4940

Togi Node 1 (Atk)
Antler Togi (1st effect)When HP is above 40%, each time healing is received, deals 14% (Max. Lv. 70%) ATK damage to three nearest enemies. This effect can only happen once every second.
Striped Togi (2nd effect)When HP is above 40%, each time healing is received, increase ATK SPD by 12% (Max. Lv. 60%) to two nearest allies for 4s.
Bushy Togi (3rd effect)When HP is above 40%, each time healing is received, deals 14% (Max. Lv. 70%) ATK damage to enemy with highest Atk with 10% (Max. Lv. 60%) chance to stun for 2s. Stun effect can only happen once every 6s.
Togi Node 2 (HP)
Antler Togi (1st effect)Activates special skill every 10s, dealing 24% (Max. Lv. 120%) ATK damage to nearest enemy, while recovering 1.5% of max HP.
Striped Togi (2nd effect)Activates special skill every 10s, dealing 24% (Max. Lv. 120%) ATK damage to nearest enemy and stuns for 2s.
Bushy Togi (3rd effect)Activates special skill every 10s, dealing 24% (Max. Lv. 120%) ATK damage to nearest enemy, with 40% chance to cleanse debuffs of whole allied team.
Togi Node 3 (Crit Rate)
Antler Togi (1st effect)In battle, received normal attack damage is reduced 4% (Max. Lv. 20%).
Striped Togi (2nd effect)In battle, received skill damage is reduced 3% (Max. Lv. 15%).
Bushy Togi (3rd effect)In battle, received damage is reduced 2% (Max. Lv. 10%).
Togi Node 4 (Crit Dmg)
Antler Togi (1st effect)When HP is below 20%, after receiving damage, recovers missing HP by 1% (Max. Lv. 5%) every second for 4s. This effect can only happen once every 20s.
Striped Togi (2nd effect)When HP is below 20%, after receiving damage, recovers missing HP by 2.5% (Max. Lv. 12.5%) every second for 4s. This effect can only happen once every 40s.
Bushy Togi (3rd effect)When HP is below 20%, after receiving damage, recovers missing HP by 10% (Max. Lv. 50%) every second for 4s. This effect can only happen once in a battle.
Togi Node 5 (Atk Spd)
Antler Togi (1st effect)After casting a skill, deals 34% (Max. Lv. 170%) ATK damage to three random enemies.
Striped Togi (2nd effect)After casting a skill, deals 16% (Max. Lv. 80%) ATK damage to enemy with highest ATK. IF the enemy's HP is below 30%, deals additional 30% (Max. Lv. 150%) ATK damage.
Bushy Togi (3rd effect)After casting a skill, deals 20% (Max. Lv. 100%) ATK damage to enemy with highest ATK. IF the enemy's HP is below 30%, recovers 2% of missing HP.
A passionate young girl who creates similar-looking dolls to anyone she likes, even if they vehemently objects. To achieve this, the receiver must give some of their hair to make the doll's hair, because this girl believes that this endows the dolls with magic, so it can help to ward off anything malicious effectively. Also, she believes that sincerity, rather than money, should be used when exchanging gifts. Sometimes, she'll use the doll to disturb others. Any damage she receives will become a mental burden that will accumulate in her heart, and sometimes, they would leak out. As such, she likes to drool as she thinks that this can get rid of misfortune.
Hishi Mochi Desserts
Japan Unknown
Naive, Innocent 152cm
Likes: Kashiwa Mochi Dislikes: -
If I'm able to shield you from any misfortunes, you won't leave me, right?
Part of the few dishes that's featured during Japan's Girl's Day, Hishi Mochi can exist in 3 colors: red, white or green. Each of these colors signifies health and energy, clean and purity and the extinguishing of any disasters or misfortunes respectively. All of them encapsulate any wishes or blessings for the children.
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