Attack: 2900 - 5300 (1-1)
Defense: 2770 - 4990 (1-1)
Lovely lights dancing in the dark bid you closer, the horned one will take your soul. Buxom demoness, conceited and fair, her fiendish bliss lies in the eyes of the tormented.
Attack: 5362 - 6496 (2-3)
Defense: 5000 - 6000 (2-3)
Lovely lights dancing in the dark bid you closer, the horned one will take your soul. She scavenges the lonely night skies. Wayfarers, innocents, the lame, like favor from above, the curious gilttering beacon, a welcome sight.
Attack: 6429 - 7809 (4-7++)
Defense: 5969 - 7180 (4-7++)
Lovely lights dancing in the dark bid you closer, the horned one will take your soul. Dazzling hope fills their eyes, salvation in sight! Then the spiked horns stab through. Reassurance short lived, washed away into the abyss.
Achlis (False Hope)
The desperate cling to hope so greatly! To fill their hearts with joy and watch them write in utter misery. Devastation so delightful, to see so close that which the desire and taste the cold knife in their backs!
Achlis (False Hope) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 8752 ◊
Defense (4-1): 8035 ◊
Attack (4-7): 9625
Defense (4-7): 8831
Attack (8-15): 9962
Defense (8-15): 9136
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|Achlis (False Hope)||
(P): PURE 4-1 STATS (no carryover stats)
‡: Denotes NON-enhanced level 1 carryover stats
◊: Calculated, remove this symbol if stats are confirmed
(M##): Mirror Dragon used; ##: stage(s) where it was used
The Achlis was one of a number of strange creatures listed in Roman mythology by Pliny the Elder in the 1st century BC. He described it as saying it looked somewhat like an elk, though it bore some very strange characteristics. It was said its upper lip was so large that it had to graze backwards to avoid its lip falling over its mouth. A great problem because its back legs had no joints, forcing it to sleep standing up or leaning against a tree. This allowed hunters a relatively easy way to catch them. They chopped halfway through the tree where the creature slept and when the Achlis put any weight against it he fell onto the ground. Because of its back legs it could not get to its feet fast enough to get away.