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Attack: 5820 - 8630 (1-1)
Defense: 5080 - 7530 (1-1)
High atop the mountain, above the clouds, nest the raptoress. Jaded by her peers' arrogance, the matron sought solitude in the mortal realm. Merciless to any trespassers.
Attack: 6680 - 11956 (2-3)
Defense: 5830 - 10426 (2-3)
High atop the mountain, above the clouds, nest the raptoress. Conflict raged in the heavens, ally slain by ally. The child, the hope, must be made safe. But where?
Attack: 7480 - 14261 (4-7++)
Defense: 6530 - 12445 (4-7++)
High atop the mountain, above the clouds, nests the raptoress. Upon her peak is where she found the babe, alone and wretched. A life much like her own. Her talonned heart of stell (sic) was moved.
Simurgh (Sky of Abandon)
Unknowing assassins came. A single word and they were dust in the wind, then battalions each to the same. Under her wing, the child grew beyond his parentage, to return triumphant and ever thankful.
Simurgh (Sky of Abandon) MAXED
Attack (4-1): 15998 ◊
Defense (4-1): 13910 ◊
Attack (4-7): 17556 ◊
Defense (4-7): 15270 ◊
Attack (8-15): 18152
Defense (8-15): 15790
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|Simurgh (Sky of Abandon)||
(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
Simurgh (from Avestan mərəγō Saēnō: "the bird Saēna") is the modern Persian name for the phoenix, a benevolent, gigantic, mythical flying creature. So old, according to Iranian legends, that it has seen the destruction of the World three times over, and learned so much that it is thought to possess the knowledge of all the Ages.
Originally a raptor, likely an eagle, falcon or sparrowhawk, it also appears as a divine figure, a kind of peacock with the head of a dog and the claws of a lion; sometimes however also with a human face. The simurgh was considered to purify the land and waters and hence bestow fertility.