Netbattles and Chill

Courser turned from the open cages as the chime sounded and began to walk towards the now open doorway, his footsteps treading light across the surface of the water until he could step up and onto the solid lip of land at the edge. Beside him, his clone reformed from the shadows, walking with an equally unconcerned swagger. A few steps into this strut, a heavy thud of sound and force rocked the chamber as the water exploded upwards, driven by his exploding mine beneath the surface.

Courser didn't glance back, but in amongst the spray and falling debris, his needle turret spun in place and shot additional rounds of flechettes at anything that survived the explosion. The angry sounds of the bear in particular causes the navi to raise one casual finger and gesture with it to one side. Near to the bear, a final wall of icy water rose up from the pool and crashed down again, seeking to drench the creature and freeze it solid as Courser stepped through the doorway in search of both the navis he had to ensure the safety of, and ultimately, his new quarry; the doctor responsible for the experiments.

-=Summary=-

C*) ((TrapMaster: Courser is aware of any traps present in the situation and their triggering conditions, and (until further notice) denies their ability to activate on him or his clones))
C*) TimeBomb: Explodes! (100, S, All enemies)
C*) Shadow: (Walking away from the scene alongside Courser)
C*) Needler: (40 x2 hits, x3 targets, A) On anything that's alive
C1) Movement: Cool guys walk away from explosions without looking back. (towards exit)
C*) Fast Barrier: (40Hp Barrier)
C*) Fast Armour: (10Hp Casing)
C2) IceWave2Damage: 100 + Freeze
Accuracy: A
Description: Sends a wave of ice at one enemy
Duration: Once
Element: Aqua
Special: Ice Type: This chip counts as Ice Type for the purposes of potentially freezing targets on Aqua Element Terrain or environments, as applicable.
Trader Rank: C
(120Aqua, Freeze, A) On ColdBear as he leaves
C3) Exit Battle
C4)
C5)
C6)
With an explosion of great power, water displaced as the explosive itself brought ruin to the new viruses, sending the Null back to hell from whence it came, and grievously wounding the other two viruses that were there. Roaring out as it created a cube of fresh ice almost immediately after in retaliation...and found out it was the right move as Courser's Needler immediately sending out flechettes and nailing the cube twice, crumbling it to icey dust and nicking the Shrimpy before it could move out of the way, deleting it with little effort. And with a final hearty farewell, sent a spike of ice through the Bear's body, deleting it on the spot as he walked away from the fight, reaping the rewards wholeheartedly as his PET picked it all up

-- Viruses --
TyphoonTyphoon (Typhoon)

This family is an upgrade to the viruses found in MMBN. Unlike their game version counterparts, these roll around on four wheels. They are thus able to move and dodge. All of their attacks have the Wind Type attribute, and thus deal extra damage and other added effects when used on Sand and Snow terrain. The viruses themselves are not able to summon this terrain, however. Their secondary attack is mainly used to counter Object chips or creatures that are closing in to attack them.

Area: SciLab, Yoka, Sharo, Netfrica

HP: 100
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: (10 Null x 3 Hits) + Homing
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Creates a tornado that chases the target. This attack is Wind Type.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 10 Null + Microburst
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Shoots a single target with a concentrated blast of air that is virtually guaranteed to send them flying. This attack is Wind Type.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Typhoon, AirShot1, Zenny
Special: Wind Type: This Attack counts as Wind Type for the purposes of Wind triggered effects, such as traps and terrain.
: DELETED
Walla EXWalla EX (Walla)

TwinFangs can actually block attacks. This is very useful to the Walla, as they do not move or dodge once battle begins.

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 130
Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null x 2 Targets
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Opens mouth to launch a pair of steel spikes at the enemy. The spikes can block or deflect incoming attacks, and they cannot strike the same target twice.
Element: None
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): TwinFang1, Zenny
: DELETED
RaingearRaingear (Raingear)

This virus family is positively deadly when fighting on Ice Terrain, to the point where the players are at a severe disadvantage. Unless you just have it in for the player, try not to combine the two very often. I'm serious about this. -Pally

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 80
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Aqua + Wide Attack + Ground Attack
Primary Attack Accuracy: B
Primary Attack Description: Blasts enemy with a geyser that bursts suddenly from the ground.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Aqua + Group Attack + Ground Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: D
Secondary Attack Description: Blasts the enemy with a marching line of geysers.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): WaterLine1, AquaTower1, Zenny
Special: This virus' attacks will freeze the target solid on ice terrain.
: DELETED (PING!)
BasherBasher (Basher)

Basher viruses are the top-tier of the stationary gunnery viruses with an unmatched single-shot damage output among the normal viruses. They are also the rarest of their class, and appear only after battle 5. They also never appear in large numbers in a normal battle, meaning the ratio of total viruses to Bashers should be at least 4 to 1. The attack cycle of Bashers is 2 actions long, regardless of which attack they use. The first attack requires one action to charge before firing, and the second attack executes twice in succession. If they are stunned, they resume their attack cycle where it was halted once the stun wears off. They don't move, and don't dodge.

Area: Sharo

HP: 120
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Fire + Break + Panel Break x3 Targets, 1 Action Charge
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: The virus selects up to 3 targets, and spends an action charging up the main cannons. It then fires a Magnum blast that reduces most Network constructs to ashes with a single shot, usually leaving a blast crater where they once stood. It may target empty panels and objects as well as enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 10 Fire x3 Targets + Double Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a 3-shot spread from the left arm cannon, then follows up with an identical attack from the right arm cannon just after. Each cannon shot requires an action, and both attacks must occur one after the other.
Element: Fire
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Magnum1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile
- Main attack destroys panels, reducing enemy evasion by 1 Rank.
: YOU ARE DEAD! Not big surprise
Swordy-A EXSwordy-A EX (Swordy-A)

Area: Yoka, Sharo

HP: 120
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Aqua + Long Range Attack + Slashing
Primary Attack Accuracy: B
Primary Attack Description: When this virus is 2 panels away from the target, or its enemies are 2-deep, it will attack with Aqua Blade.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Aqua + Wide Range Attack + Slashing
Secondary Attack Accuracy: B
Secondary Attack Description: When this virus is standing directly adjacent to its target, or diagonally from it, it will attack with Aqua Sword.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): AquaKnife, Zenny
Special: Swordy-A's are immune to Freeze Status.
Special: Uses Area Grab to get into attack range.
: TWAIN'D (PING!)
ShadowShadow (Shadow)

Shadows do not dodge, and they only move by teleporting before and after attacking an enemy. Shadows have permanent Shadow, except in their bladed weapon forms. Teleporting before and after their attacks does not require an action. Shadow viruses assume the form of bladed weapons when they attack. Shadows attack a single target only each turn, and will attack that target as many times as they have actions. They will only abort their attack if the target is defeated before the turn ends, at which time they will teleport back to their staring position and float there passively until the next turn. The range and reach of their attacks depends upon the type of weapon they become when attacking, and the accuracy of their attack depends on where they attack from. Attacks from in front of the target are C-Rank, sides are B-Rank, and back-attacks are A-Rank.

Area: Sharo, Hades Isle, NetVegas

HP: 80
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Variable Range Attack + Slashing
Primary Attack Accuracy: A (Back), B (Sides), or C (Front)
Primary Attack Description: Attacks enemy in the form of various weapons. Daggers have 1 panel reach. Axes swing in an arc through a vertical space before attacking the target. Lances have Long Attack. Swords have Wide Attack.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Slashing + Piercing + Line Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: B
Secondary Attack Description: Powerfully slashes the air in front of it to create a penetrating energy shock wave.
Element: None.
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Shadow1, SonicBlade1, Zenny
Special: Permanent Shadow status, except when attacking. Not even being hit by Slashing or Beam attacks causes this virus to lose this effect.
Special: Moves by Teleporting. This is not treated as a formal Teleport, and does not confer any bonuses.
: Sliced
DharmaDharma (Dharma)

Dharma move and dodge at average speed. Their puck attacks rebound off of the edges of the battlefield as if there were an invisible wall there. They can rebound up to 3 times before finally passing off of the field or dissipating into thin air. The pucks pass through anything they hit except boundary walls, terrain, and friendly viruses. The pucks can not damage other Dharmas. This virus cannot attack while moving.

Area: Yoka, Netopia, Sharo, NetVegas

HP: 90
Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Break + Piercing + Rebound(3) + Ground Attack
Attack Accuracy: E
Attack Description: Throws a Hockey puck at the enemy. Break.
Element: None
Possible Rewards (Per virus): AirHockey1, Zenny
: ICE'D! (PING!)
Null EXNull EX (Null&Void)

Null&Void viruses are extremely dangerous top tier viruses. No player should encounter one until at least battle 6. Null&Void viruses move and dodge at an average rate by walking normally, but they also teleport before and after executing their melee attack. They regenerate half of their HP every action and their vortexes have the ability to instantly destroy objects and EJO or delete victims instantly with Gravity Crush. Their strategy revolves entirely around forcing an enemy into a vortex, and their attack choices will always be something that furthers that goal if possible. If not, they will settle for using objects and the terrain to damage or hinder the enemy. They are intelligent enough to use their abilities to cause a great deal more havoc than the average virus.

Area: Sharo, NAXA

HP: 130
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: Set 2x Panel Trap: (20 Aqua + Gravity Crush 50 + Object Erasure)
Primary Attack Accuracy: E
Primary Attack Description: Automatically creates two whirlpools on the field. Each whirlpool takes up one panel, and remains there until either something moves into it or until the end of the turn, whichever comes first. This attack may only be executed once per turn at the beginning of every turn, and does not require an action on the part of the virus. Whirlpools never appear over Missing Terrain and cannot be summoned on Broken Terrain. Terrain changes have no effect on whirlpools, at all, as they have been known to float in mid air over even Broken Panels once they have been summoned.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: (Teleport) then (20 Aqua + Impact + Knockback)
Secondary Attack Accuracy: B
Secondary Attack Description: Teleports next to an enemy or object, and pushes them suddenly. If it is an enemy, they will try to push them into the nearest Whirlpool, or at least towards it. If it is an Object, the virus will push it at the nearest enemy. They teleport back to their starting position after the attack ends.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Aqua + Piercing + Altitude Change
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: D
Tertiary Attack Description: Generates a gravity ball and throws it in a straight line. The gravity ball travels slowly, but will pass through anything that stands in its path. It also forces enemies in High Altitude and Burrowed/Submerged enemies to ground level, regardless of their position on the field.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): GravityHold1, Whirlpool (Rare), Zenny
Special: Gravity Crush: Instantly defeats any target with HP at or below the numeric value. Undershirt will not prevent this effect from working. If the target would survive Gravity Crush damage, they instead only take the base Aqua damage.
Special: Object Erasure: Instantly destroys Objects on contact.
Special: Altitude Change: Forces all battle participants out of High Altitude or Submerged status, regardless of whether or not it hits them. This effect cannot be avoided.
Special: Regen(65): This virus regenerates 65 HP per action.
: EXPLODED
Basher EXBasher EX (Basher)

Basher viruses are the top-tier of the stationary gunnery viruses with an unmatched single-shot damage output among the normal viruses. They are also the rarest of their class, and appear only after battle 5. They also never appear in large numbers in a normal battle, meaning the ratio of total viruses to Bashers should be at least 4 to 1. The attack cycle of Bashers is 2 actions long, regardless of which attack they use. The first attack requires one action to charge before firing, and the second attack executes twice in succession. If they are stunned, they resume their attack cycle where it was halted once the stun wears off. They don't move, and don't dodge.

Area: Sharo

HP: 150
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 90 Fire + Break + Panel Break x3 Targets, 1 Action Charge
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: The virus selects up to 3 targets, and spends an action charging up the main cannons. It then fires a Magnum blast that reduces most Network constructs to ashes with a single shot, usually leaving a blast crater where they once stood. It may target empty panels and objects as well as enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Fire x3 Targets + Double Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a 3-shot spread from the left arm cannon, then follows up with an identical attack from the right arm cannon just after. Each cannon shot requires an action, and both attacks must occur one after the other.
Element: Fire
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Magnum1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile
- Main attack destroys panels, reducing enemy evasion by 1 Rank.
: BOOM, no more virus. (PING!)
WaterDragon EXWaterDragon EX (WaterDragon)

This high tier virus is only encountered after battle 5. A PotDragon's pot is stationary during battle, as it remains above the panel the virus appeared on until battle is over or the virus is deleted, and will not fall even if the panel below it should be destroyed. PotDragons have two main attacks, each geared towards either ground or aerial targets. When executed, the pot tilts or falls over, and the dragon charges at the enemy before looping back and returning to the pot. When threatened, they will duck into the pot, which is both indestructible and capable of shielding them from all damage and effects except those that manage to fly into the mouth of the pot. Even Beam Attacks and Blast damage won't leave a mark.

Area: Beach, Sharo

HP: 220
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Aqua + Ground Attack + Medium Area Sea Terrain Change + Terrain Changer
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Charges from its pot at high speed to attack ground-based enemies whilst leaving a trail of Sea in its wake.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Aqua + Impact + Group Attack (Arc)
Secondary Attack Accuracy: C
Secondary Attack Description: Flies from its pot at high speed to attack airborne enemies.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: Invulnerability to Non-Drop Attacks/attacks from above.
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: S
Tertiary Attack Description: PotDragons hide in their pots instead of dodging. Doing this protects them from attacks from every direction but up, which is where the opening of the pot is.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): AquaDragon1, Zenny
: CHUNKED
NullNull (Null&Void)

Null&Void viruses are extremely dangerous top tier viruses. No player should encounter one until at least battle 6. Null&Void viruses move and dodge at an average rate by walking normally, but they also teleport before and after executing their melee attack. They regenerate half of their HP every action and their vortexes have the ability to instantly destroy objects and EJO or delete victims instantly with Gravity Crush. Their strategy revolves entirely around forcing an enemy into a vortex, and their attack choices will always be something that furthers that goal if possible. If not, they will settle for using objects and the terrain to damage or hinder the enemy. They are intelligent enough to use their abilities to cause a great deal more havoc than the average virus.

Area: Sharo, NAXA

HP: 100
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: Set 2x Panel Trap: (10 Aqua + Gravity Crush 50 + Object Erasure)
Primary Attack Accuracy: E
Primary Attack Description: Automatically creates two whirlpools on the field. Each whirlpool takes up one panel, and remains there until either something moves into it or until the end of the turn, whichever comes first. This attack may only be executed once per turn at the beginning of every turn, and does not require an action on the part of the virus. Whirlpools never appear over Missing Terrain and cannot be summoned on Broken Terrain. Terrain changes have no effect on whirlpools, at all, as they have been known to float in mid air over even Broken Panels once they have been summoned.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: (Teleport) then (10 Aqua + Impact + Knockback)
Secondary Attack Accuracy: B
Secondary Attack Description: Teleports next to an enemy or object, and pushes them suddenly. If it is an enemy, they will try to push them into the nearest Whirlpool, or at least towards it. If it is an Object, the virus will push it at the nearest enemy. They teleport back to their starting position after the attack ends.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: 10 Aqua + Piercing + Altitude Change
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: D
Tertiary Attack Description: Generates a gravity ball and throws it in a straight line. The gravity ball travels slowly, but will pass through anything that stands in its path. It also forces enemies in High Altitude and Burrowed/Submerged enemies to ground level, regardless of their position on the field.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): GravityHold1, Whirlpool (Rare), Zenny
Special: Gravity Crush: Instantly defeats any target with HP at or below the numeric value. Undershirt will not prevent this effect from working. If the target would survive Gravity Crush damage, they instead only take the base Aqua damage.
Special: Object Erasure: Instantly destroys Objects on contact.
Special: Altitude Change: Forces all battle participants out of High Altitude or Submerged status, regardless of whether or not it hits them. This effect cannot be avoided.
Special: Regen(50): This virus regenerates 50 HP per action.
: BOOM! (PING!)
ColdBearColdBear (ColdBear)

This virus is only encountered after battle 5. ColdBears have one free Movement per turn, but their evasion rate is 10% below normal. The IceCubes a ColdBear generates are objects with AquaBody, which the virus can use as cover or as a weapon. In the latter case, it is possible for the attacks of the player to damage or destroy the IceCube before it hits the player, which will reduce damage or even eliminate the attack as a threat to the player. The flip side is, the IceCubes do intercept incoming head-on attacks even when they are sliding along the ground or flying through the air. ColdBears prefer to maintain a comfortable distance from their enemy, but are not above attempting to summon IceCubes in the same space as an enemy if they find themselves in melee range.

Area: Sharo

HP: 200
Primary Attack Stage 1 Damage/Effect: Summon 50 HP Aqua Element Object with AquaBody
Primary Attack Stage 1 Accuracy: S (B vs Players)
Primary Attack Stage 1 Description: Creates a 50 HP block of solid ice directly in front of the ColdBear that is completely immune to Aqua Element attacks, but weak to Elec. The virus may opt to use it as cover, or launch it at the enemy. If an enemy or object occupies the panel directly ahead of the ColdBear when it summons an IceCube, the IceCube is destroyed, and 50 Aqua Damage is dealt to the target.
Primary Attack Stage 2 Damage/Effect: Up to 50 Aqua + Break
Primary Attack Stage 2 Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Stage 2 Description: Launches an IceCube at the enemy as a Free Action. This can be performed at any time the ColdBear has an IceCube before it. If the cube connects, it deals Aqua Break damage equal to its current HP, and is destroyed. If not, it remains on the field. It can even fire them into the sky.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 10 Aqua + Line Attack + Ground Attack + Object Absorption
Secondary Attack Accuracy: C
Secondary Attack Description: Launches a giant snowball that absorbs objects in its path, adding to the damage it can deal with every object it picks up. Adds half of the HP of all absorbed objects to damage.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): IceCube, BlizzardBall1 (Rare), Zenny
: ICED! (PING!)
Shrimpy EXShrimpy EX (Shrimpy)

Shrimpy viruses are able to move between attacks as a free action, however dodging still costs them an action. They must pause movement to attack. Shrimpy viruses may move over fragile panel types without damaging them, such as moving over Cracked panels without breaking them. Shrimpy viruses cannot be forcibly submerged or smashed through fragile panels, even if thrown. They can submerge of their own free will, however.

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Aqua + Spread 1
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Bubbler
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Bubbler, Shrimpy, Zenny
Special: ShadowShoes
: DELETED

-- Navis --
Courseman.EXE: 100 HP (Near Broken where Ice was at, within a movement of the exit) (Sea) (Casing10) (Equipped: ColdPunchDamage: 70 + Impact + Knockback
Accuracy: B
Description: Creates a large icy fist for the user to punch with. Anything it hits is knocked back a sizable distance, even objects.
Duration: Until Overridden/Broken. Breaks after 6 swings.
Element: Aqua
Special: Ice Type: This chip counts as Ice Type for the purposes of potentially freezing targets on Aqua Element Terrain or environments, as applicable.
Trader Rank: D
3 uses remaining)

-- Objects --
TimeBomb1HP: 100
Properties: Anchored
Object Damage: 50 + Impact
Damage Method: Telekinesis
Attack Damage: 100 + To-All-Clause (Enemies)
Accuracy: S
Description: Places a bomb on the field that will explode after two turns, damaging all enemies.
Duration: 2 turns or until destroyed.
Element: Null
Trader Rank: D
: 100 HP (Sea) (Submerged) (Casing10) (Count: 0, explodes at the start of next turn)
Needler2HP: 80
Properties: Normal, Mobile
Object Damage: 80 Null + Impact + Break
Damage Method: Ramming attack, Telekinesis, Throw
Attack Damage: 40 Null x 2 hits x 3 Targets
Accuracy: A
Description: Summons a gun platform that attacks up to 3 separate targets each turn with its trio of double spike cannons. It can also perform a defense piercing kamikaze attack.
Duration: Until destroyed.
Element: Null
Special: This chip's accuracy cannot be boosted or reduced by any means, including RP quality.
- This object may ram a target instead of firing needles, but is instantly destroyed in exchange.
- This object may dodge by trying to ram nothing, but if it hits something in this way, it is still destroyed and deals object damage.
Trader Rank: C
: 80 HP (Near Courseman) (Casing10) (Sea)

-- Terrain --
It takes two movements to make it across the entirety of the field from any angle and it is in a rough square shape

70% Sea
  • Fire Elementals lose 10 HP/action standing, 20 HP/action submerged. Other Non-Aqua Elementals lose 5 HP/action submerged. Nullified for Aqua Elementals.
  • Ice attacks: 50% Freeze1 chance, Changes terrain hit to Ice.
  • Terrain changes between Sea and Onsen do not inflict damage upon submerged entities, nor do they eject submerged entities to the surface.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua.
(Most of the area)
10% Normal
  • No effects.
(Outermost area of the field)
20% Broken
  • Not bottomless.
  • Reverts to Normal after a time, if no one is inside.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • 1-4 Movements actions to climb back out depending on method.
(Where Null EX and Basher EX were at, where Courser missed and the massive chunk of ice he hucked at the creature)

Battle 16 WIN!
Rewards: 6300z, 51 Bugfragments, WhirlpoolDamage: 10 + Blast 1 + Gravity Crush 100 + Object Erasure
Accuracy: C
Description: Throws a gravity bomb that crushes weak enemies, and deals a small amount of damage to stronger enemies. Rare
Duration: Once
Element: Aqua
Special: Gravity Crush: Instantly defeats any target with HP at or below the numeric value. Undershirt will not prevent this effect from working. If the target would survive Gravity Crush damage, they instead only take the base 10 Aqua damage.
Special: Object Erasure: Instantly destroys Objects on contact.
Trader Rank: C


Going through the exit as the bars immediately closed behind him to prevent other viruses from getting into the area, a large staircase stretched up above him and slowly curved upwards along the way and continued up until he finally made it to a small room, the same one that Hevari had overlooked, a clear glass pane that had quite the masterworking on it despite everything. The room was fairly sparse, a couple tables with some mechanical items, as well as flasks full of a glitchy viscous looking liquid within. A book no bigger than Courser's head laid upon a second table that had various scrawl, nicks and cuts all across it's surface. Between the mechanical items on the table, the flasks and the book, there was but a single door leading into a wide area, a trio of Normal Navis in verious states of disrepair bound in the middle of the area...she at least said she freed them, weather or not they were even conscious right now was up in the air, they weren't exactly moving at this point...
As the grate shut behind him, Courser moved forward more cautiously, footsteps light on the stair until he arrived at the place he'd seen the good doctor before. He glanced back down through the glass observation window while, a few feet from him, a second Courser emerged from the shadows again and stalked forward into the rest of the room. Courser himself turned to follow, though he kept his eyes alert for other entries and exists while his decoy moved past the experimental flasks and odd contraptions to get a closer look at the remaining navis. The clone glanced back with a shake of his head.

“Not looking good. Got any of those recalls for navis that can't travel?” Courser himself was already pulling three of the letter marks from his coat pocket, still keeping his gaze at the rest of the room while his clone assessed the trio. Once he made it tot he centre of the area, his decoy stepped back, turning to pass his gaze around the chamber and keep alert while Courser looked over the three himself, remembering each of their details as near as he could in a quick glance.

“Jen, pass me that restore quickly, if you would...” He murmured, mostly at a whisper. In silence the chip came through; it almost felt like Jenny was holding her breath as well. Courser snapped his finger, spreading a light restoring most across one of the injured navis while he applied the chip data to the next. A moment later he misted the third one as well, seeking to stabilise and rouse them, at least to whatever passable state he could manage. As the mist did what it could, he paused to see if any of them were conscious enough to talk, but if they weren't he was ready to place one of the letters on each of their chests and get them sent home quickly.

As he did this, his secondary clone slipped out around the lab benches opposite him, bending his head to peer at the book and examine the cover. Probably research notes, he guessed. Carefully the clone lifted the cover, flipping it open, though it almost phased through its fingers in the process.
As Courser ran up towards the captives, they were in various states of disrepair, though mostly it was surface-level scarring, a couple had small chunks taken out of their hands or feet, but otherwise they seemed to be newer models of NormalNavi, easily from the last five years at worst estimate. The navis, as their repairs began to take root slowly stirred from their respective slumbers, though they were still bound, Courser could easily remove the bindings since they were around their torsos and around their legs in a couple places.

"OOoooogh...man, last time I take a trip from the city..." One mumbled as it shook off the induced slumber, the other two rousing slowly in turn as they looked around, a large room without a ceiling, cold air whistling through the area as a couple doors within could be noticed, one for each cardinal direction, though they were seemingly labled as "Janitor's Closet" to the north of Courser, "Escape Route" to the east and "Experiment Closet" to the west...though for all Courser knew, Hevari was trying to throw him off her trail and mislabeling these doors, she could have had enough time while he was scrapping down below to deal with the doors in a way she decided. "Ooooogh. Sorry y' had to come save us like this..." Another finally spoke as they roused from their unconscious state, grunting as they began to stretch at the bindings and failing to break them. "Gotta get her back for what happened...just wish we could have managed to fend her off..." The third finally spoke, cricking their neck as they looked upwards at the sky. "Just hope our friends didn't suffer too long...think only one of the "experiments" even remotely succeeded, though...it still wasn't what she exactly wanted." The same navi spoke simply as they let out a sigh.

Meanwhile, as his clone began to look through the book, page after page was scrawled upon in ink. Between inane ramblings from the "good doctor" herself and the scrawl on the pages in various equations, seemed she had been trying to create a way to break boundaries between viruses and navis in one way or another...though from the looks of the words on the pages, it was originally a Techari funded project, things broke down eventually however as they caught wind of her using new recruits in these "Navi-Virus" experiments, most of which ending in failure and Techari pulling the plug completely. Afterwards, a "new investor" stepped forward, setting her up beyond the Normals, even beyond the Rogues and plopped her lab in the Chaos nets of all things. Though she was forced to use a "power limiter" of sorts, if only to make things easier for her to slip by, so even IF Courser took her on right now she'd probably be "takeable", but it was not necessarily her "full power" as she put it bluntly and she herself couldn't remove them until she got down below. As the book gets into more and more recent territories towards the back of the book, Courser's name began to pop up in the last few pages that had things written upon them. Though harsh, she wasn't discounting him or his prowess...
While Courser gave his immediate attention towards properly freeing the injured navis as they roused, the clone on lookout edged towards towards the door marked as the janitor's closet, carefully pushing down the handle so it could peek through, while the one reading Hevari's notes faded away. Courser nodded to the other navigators.

“Alright, I'm going to try and catch her up before she escapes, but you three should clear out. These links will take you somewhere safe, and you can stay there if you want to, but you'll be able to go wherever you need to after that, otherwise. Get yourselves safe for now.” As he made sure that they each had the means to get out, his mind worked quickly. Hevari spoke like she was underestimating him, but her notes showed a more careful perspective underneath... not entirely like his own obvious bravado, covering for the careful and analytical tactics and due measure he gave to each danger he faced. A power limiter would certainly help her hide from any mafia members that didn't like her going off on her own, though it was something to be cautious of; even if she was relatively weaker, that wouldn't reduce her experience or, potentially, her arsenal.

He turned and nodded while his clone inspected the doorway and looked sideways as a second one carefully worked to open the one marked as experiments, fumbling with clone fingers until its mild tangibility managed to work the handle. Courser himself stood back; he briefly contemplated asking the navis if they'd seen her before they left, but they'd been out of it when he arrived, so it wasn't likely. Instead, he took a stance to wait and see what was behind each door, ready to make a move in either direction if it looked promising, or to defend himself it traps or monsters were waiting.

((Ready for Battle 17, or further exploration))
Opening up the "Janitor's Closet" Courser's clone was greeted with a long looking, dimly lit corridor that would take a while to go through, though it seemed to lead outside of the chasm that Courser had found himself in as a cold blast of air hit his clone in the face from within. Though as he gave the navis their links, they quickly managed to escape from the area, seemingly not having more information, but as he opened up the Experiments door, and with it, the frozen carcass of a creature meeting him from within a large glass tube.

Various computers dotted about as they monitored the creature within, though it hard to tell what it was...it was a bipedal creature, one with four legs and each foot rounded out like a Normal Navi's and each foot having a trio of claws affixed to each like a creature of it's sort would have. It's coloring was bright green and a darker shade of white, almost a grey, covered the creature's body from head to toe and with it, his head trailed up to see that it didn't have just -any- head...it was more akin to a centaur than anything, the top half of a Normal Navi affixed where the neck would be, trailing up, there was a pair of large slimy looking tentacles that replaced it's arms, small almost unnoticeable barbs embedded in each before reaching it's head...or what was left of it, half the skull was completely gone with just a single beady red eye that moved about the head despite it's frozen state. And just across the frost, Courser noticed various...gashes...pus ridden wounds that afflicted it's lower half, along with boils that seemed all but ready to burst if not for it's frozen state, each in a different state of fullness and redness and with that, he noticed the "claws" attached to each foot were...in various states of disrepair, some were bloody looking, others still had been chipped or broken, though each claw that had remained whole curved into a scythe-like shape with gleeming points to each wrapped within an onyx colored coating of bone and calcium.

But if he chosen to move away from the Experiments door and open up the "Escape Route" door, instead of the same thing he saw from the Janitor's Closet...it was a wall of fresh blue ice that prevented him from moving forwards instead, with a crudely drawn middle finger etched into the surface of it. So, he could continue to look over the frozen creature within the last door or make his way down the path and continue his search for Hevari, though down stairs the sound of rattling metal bars could be heard and viral screams therein.
With the doors open and the injured navis gone, courser spared a glance for each through his various eyes and darted forward through the long passageway after his main clone. There was a chance that the ice wall was a genuine block, but he doubted it. More likely it was a trick, he thought; an exit point that was seemingly blocked off, that he could spend precious time melting through... only to discover a dead end behind it. The other experiment was beyond his help as well, and there was no point poking that nest while he might still catch up with the good doctor herself.

Ahead of him, his main clone ran in step, then stepped into a gliding forward surf as water picked up under its feet. A short way behind, Courser mirrored the water eddy, keeping his clone at least a good dozen feet ahead and focusing most of his attention through its eyes. If Hevari had any other fun tricks thrown behind her, at least the clone would meet them first and he'd know the best way to avoid them – he wasn't going to lose time over excess caution right now.

((Continuing down tunnel quickly. Ready for battle etc.))
Rushing through the dimly lit hallway, Courser's traversal through it continued on and on, more than a few minutes passing as he made his way through, a second door at the end of the area, and with a quick opening of it, Courser was briefly blinded again by light, natural this time instead of man-made. As he began to readjust his eyes again, cold Sharo winds blowing over him as he stepped out of what he could only assume to be a plateau on the side of the mountain...and with it, a look over at the terrain that stretched below...including what seemed to be a massive sea that stretched out across the area within sight. But more than that, a single blue data crystal could be found twirling about in the middle of an obvious trap, a quartet of open holes diagonally from a small square of normal paneling.

But as Courser began to try and retrieve the data chest, from the skies above a quartet of viruses. An icy blue lamp settling itself right in the middle to the furtherest north of Courser, between two of the missing holes in the ground. A large shrimp with dark aqua and golden coloring dropping towards the west, again between two of the missing holes as ice covered everything but a small portion of the area in the middle...where the other two dropped down, a Basher to the front of the BMD, facing courser, a virus he was already EXTREMELY intimate with, and a massive pile of grey rubble that took up the area behind the cache and towards the left of it. And then came the roar of a hole dragon, as it slithered up out of the ground and had a heavy golden crown atop it's head, ready to tussle with Courser himself. If this was a ploy on Hevari's part or not, that answer was still up in the air, but otherwise, he had a battle on his hands weather he wanted it or not.

-- Viruses --
Gigas EXGigas EX (Gigas)

The Gigas are a clan of 8 foot tall viruses whose semi-humanoid bodies are made of a durable metal alloy. Gigas lack legs, and instead roll around on a 3 ton solid steel ball 2-feet in diameter that rests in a cupola. Rising from the top of the cupola is an alloy pillar that supports their metal bodies. The Gigas fight with their huge iron fists, which are provided their immese striking power by large barrel-like forearms. Their great-helm-like heads sit directly atop their shoulders with their blocky hinged jaw slanted in a sneer while their neon-red eyes radiate their hatred of all things Navigator. It is speculated that Gigas are a hacked derivative of the Bladia viruses spliced together with fragments of other viruses and a healthy dose of battlechip program data. This would account for their size, strength, and malicious nature. Where and how this was possibly accomplished is unknown. Gigas move at increased speed, but dodge at a slower than average rate. Gigas viruses prefer to pummel the life out of their foes with their bare hands (even though using the ball-and-chain in melee range would be more devastating), but if they find themselves surrounded or at a great distance to their target, they will use the ball-and-chain to perform a HammerToss. If an object blocks their path, they will either send it flying with a GigasArm attack, or smash it to dust before continuing on. Gigas will sink like the lead weights they are in liquid, and they know it. They will avoid liquid terrain entirely, if possible, and will never appear near these types of naturally occuring terrain for this reason. Only a Gigas' body is damageable. Striking a Gigas' cast iron arms will not damage the virus or the arms themselves, no matter what you hit them with. The Gigas' will not intentionally defend themselves with their arms, as they should be too busy pummeling or hurling something to bother. Do not abuse this.

Area: Sharo, NAXA

HP: 140
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break + Impact + Microburst
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Winds up and smashes the target with a giant iron fist that shatters defenses and sends the victim flying.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Break + Spin Attack / 30 Null + Break
Secondary Attack Accuracy: D / C
Secondary Attack Description: Summons a ball-and-chain, swings it around to build up momentum, and lets fly at the chosen target.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break+ Impact + Burial
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: B
Tertiary Attack Description: Smashes the target over the head with an iron hammer-hand strike with enough force to plant them in the ground.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): GigasArm1 (Rare), HammerToss1, Zenny
Special: SuperArmor: Immunity to Knockback, Microburst, Pull, Gravity, and similar effects.
Special: HardCase: Damage is reduced by half until hit with a Break attack, at which time this effect is nullified and they take standard damage. Break does not deal extra damage.
Special: Burial: Opponents struck by this effect are forcibly buried in soft terrain types (Mud, Sand, Snow) or submerged in liquid terrain types. Otherwise, the panel is cracked. If the panel is fragile, it becomes broken, and the target falls into the hole. This effect doesn't work if the target is standing on Metal Terrain.
: 140 HP (Normal) (About a Feint to the north and to the left, ahead of the BMD)
Shrimpy EXShrimpy EX (Shrimpy)

Shrimpy viruses are able to move between attacks as a free action, however dodging still costs them an action. They must pause movement to attack. Shrimpy viruses may move over fragile panel types without damaging them, such as moving over Cracked panels without breaking them. Shrimpy viruses cannot be forcibly submerged or smashed through fragile panels, even if thrown. They can submerge of their own free will, however.

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Aqua + Spread 1
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Bubbler
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Bubbler, Shrimpy, Zenny
Special: ShadowShoes
: 140 HP (Ice) (Between the North and South missings)
Elemperor EXElemperor EX (Elmperor)

Elemperor viruses are Planeswalker viruses: their attacks and abilities all depend on the terrain they stand upon. Pay attention to the special sections of their stat sheets, as those will tell you what types of terrain must be present for an Elemperor to appear (this terrain requirement naturally overrides the Network's terrain selection). All Elemperor are immune to any adverse terrain effects... except damage multiplication, of course. They attack every action they are able to.

Area: Beach, Sharo, Yumland, Netfrica, NetVegas

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 (Elemental Rage) + Small Rage Terrain Change + Ground Attack
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Fires a magic flare that changes the ground beneath the enemy's feet.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): ElementIce, ElementalRage1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile.
- Always appears on Ice Terrain.
- Gains Regen 70 when on any terrain but Normal.
- If this virus is on Normal Terrain, its attack power is halved.
- Attacks assume the element of the terrain this virus sits on, and attacks create more terrain of the same type.
: 140 HP (Ice) (Between the Bluegon and North-East missings)
Basher EXBasher EX (Basher)

Basher viruses are the top-tier of the stationary gunnery viruses with an unmatched single-shot damage output among the normal viruses. They are also the rarest of their class, and appear only after battle 5. They also never appear in large numbers in a normal battle, meaning the ratio of total viruses to Bashers should be at least 4 to 1. The attack cycle of Bashers is 2 actions long, regardless of which attack they use. The first attack requires one action to charge before firing, and the second attack executes twice in succession. If they are stunned, they resume their attack cycle where it was halted once the stun wears off. They don't move, and don't dodge.

Area: Sharo

HP: 150
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 90 Fire + Break + Panel Break x3 Targets, 1 Action Charge
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: The virus selects up to 3 targets, and spends an action charging up the main cannons. It then fires a Magnum blast that reduces most Network constructs to ashes with a single shot, usually leaving a blast crater where they once stood. It may target empty panels and objects as well as enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Fire x3 Targets + Double Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a 3-shot spread from the left arm cannon, then follows up with an identical attack from the right arm cannon just after. Each cannon shot requires an action, and both attacks must occur one after the other.
Element: Fire
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Magnum1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile
- Main attack destroys panels, reducing enemy evasion by 1 Rank.
: 150 HP (Normal) (About a Feint to the south of the BMD, facing Courser and blocking the BMD)
King Bluegon EXBluegon EX (Bluegon)

Bluegons do not appear before Battle 6. They are extremely territorial among their own kind, so only one HoleDragon can appear per battle. Because they live among holes, they cannot appear without at least 5% Missing terrain.

Area: Sharo

HP: 230
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 50 Aqua + Wide Attack
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: Exhales a wide stream of ice breath.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Aqua + Knockback + Ground Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: C
Secondary Attack Description: Creates a wave of ice water that crashes into an enemy.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): AquaLine (Rare), IceDragon1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: As this virus is always in a hole, it is immune to all Ground attacks.
Special: While this virus will never leave holes, it may still swerve to avoid attacks.
Special: This virus can use an action to duck inside its hole. This counts as a dodge. It may reemerge from that same hole, or a different hole on the battlefield, as a free action afterward.
: 230 HP (Missing) (North-West Missing)

-- Navis --
Courseman.EXE: 100 HP (Ice) (On the lower part of the field, sandwiched between the Missing panels)

-- Terrain --
25% Normal
  • No effects.
(A small square in the middle of the field)
55% Ice
  • +10% Evasion to all. Non-Aqua Elementals get -20% Accuracy.
  • Aqua attacks: 25% Freeze chance, change terrain hit to Normal if triggered. Boost chance to 100% if Ice-type.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • Fire attacks: Change terrain hit to Sea.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua + Freeze1.
(Everything outside of the Normal/Missing terrain)
20% Missing
  • Permanent bottomless hole.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • EJO if you fall in.
(One at each corner of the field, diagonal to the Blue MD, the ones perpendicular to Courser are the South-West and South-East missings)

-- Objects --
BMD: 25 HP (Normal) (Direct middle of the field, one movement from Courser)
RockCubeA: 100 HP (Normal) (A feint to the left of the BMD)
RockCubeB: 100 HP (Normal) (A feint to the right of the BMD)

Battle Mode: Assassination!
Kill the King Bluegon EX!
Any of it's subjects will regenerate at the end of a turn if they are defeated, coming back with 20% less HP!
All rewards for deleted subjects apply per deletion! Finally, sandbagging has it's uses!

-- Battle 17 Ready? Start!! --
Leading with his decoy, Courser's own eyes were slightly less dazzled as they emerged into the open Sharo air again, and looked out across the valley and down to the frigid ocean beyond. He scanned for signs of his target's passage as he moved forward, but the only major signs of habitation were straight ahead.

“Courser... She mentioned a cybeast before. Are you sure about this? What if it's just a trap? I know the news reports say that a bunch of navis destroyed most of the active beasts a while back, but there's been reports from other message boards that they didn't stay that way for long. What if she wasn't bluffing?” In his ear, Jenny sounded more than a little concerned, but she still hadn't put her foot down or pulled the plug yet. Perhaps the earlier conversations had swayed her enough to let him see it through. His clone looked around for any evidence as they approached the isolated data crystal, but Courser's eyes were towards the sea beyond; Sharo's beast had once ravaged those frozen waters, and if something of its ilk, reformed or reborn, was blocking Hevari's escape to the lower nets, she might be starting to feel like a caged beast herself. What way would she jump, he wondered.

“Heads up, boss-man. Got some not-so-friendlies here!” Broken from his thoughts, Courser paused for just a moment as the flurry of viral entities appeared to ambush the data crystal's location. He only stopped for a moment, however, then kept on, gliding straight forward while his decoy split off to the right, circling the centre part way and training one extended arm towards the crowned drago. Water built up along its arm, forming the impact-diffusing structure of a large water canon as it readied to fire, while Courser himself let his body merge into the obscuring mists and snows again. Around him, and around the crystal in the centre, a wreath of spray lifted up and circled, covering the more fragile of the two in protective layers while Courser's own protectives were much harder to see through the shadows.

A heat shimmer joined the wavering darkness as he pulled his familiar silver-worked pistol and aimed dead ahead on his approach. The Basher was first, blocking his way, while the next two resounding shots veered out to the sides, targeting the hard-metal virus with too many arms, and the lamp virus.

Without slowing, Courser vaulted the space he'd just shot at, skidding around to a halt and slamming his hand back against the crystal and accessing its data before it could undergo any more risk.

-=Summary=-

C*) ((TrapMaster: Courser is aware of any traps present in the situation and their triggering conditions, and (until further notice) denies their ability to activate on him or his clones))
C*) Shadow: Circling right and preparing a large-looking attack towards the Bluegon
C*) First Barrier: (40Hp Barrier) (Self)
C*) First Armour: (10Hp Casing) (Self)
C1) Murky Deception: (Shadow, 2 rounds, Self, Self-Slow)
C*) Fast Barrier: (40Hp Barrier) (MD)
C*) Fast Armour: (10Hp Casing) (MD)
C2) Fire+30Status: Fire Element UP 30, Stackable
Accuracy: S
Description: Adds 30 Damage to all hits of a Fire Element attack chip, before any external environment-related or target-related damage modifiers apply.
Duration: Once
Element: Fire
Trader Rank: C

C3) Take Aim
C4) Magnum1Damage: 120 + Break + Panel Break x 3 Targets
Accuracy: A
Description: A triple barreled gun that blasts through defenses and terrain alike. Rare
Duration: Once
Element: Fire
Trader Rank: C
(150Fire, Break, PanelBreak, A) @ Gigas, Basher, Elemperor
C5) Movement (To Centre)
C6) Activate MD
As the Elemperor began to charge up an icy fire at Courser or his clone, the real one began his usual trickery, his processes forcing himself into a state of intangibility for the time being before a chilling flame erupted from it's nose and sent a chill running up the spine of his clone, dissipating it immediately as it failed to attack the actual NAVI that was trying to muck up it's day. Meanwhile the Bluegon was angered at this seeming slight against it's subject and in retaliation sent a blast of icy water at the navi himself, though not without chilling the navi a bit further, seemingly doing no damage to him at all whilst the BMD was given a proper defensive coating for the time being, giving Courser a wider breadth of error despite the virus' best efforts. Roaring out defiantly at him, the Bluegon began to make commands to it's subjects in viral tongue, claws pointing and waving about along the field.

Though despite everything, Courser loaded up his rounds, ready for his next move. The Gigas was up next and using the massive metal fists it had, the virus quickly sent a fist up over the head of Courser and attempted to bury him into the ground...only to instead just crack the paneling beneath him, sending shockwaves reverberating across the field despite it's best efforts as the Shrimpy, annoyed at the navi, took a different approach and sent a bubble flying at the nearest Rockcube, the bubble popping upon impact and spreading foam all over the protected data cache as he took his aim, despite the attack cracking the ice beneath his feet, though it still held his weight regardless. In that moment, Courser could see the Basher begin to charge up it's main cannons, readying itself for an explosive attack, not just on Courser but on the BMD in turn. Whipping out his trusty pistol and loading it's hot and ready ammo into it, Courser let loose his weapon upon the viruses and with it, managing to eliminate the Basher completely, as his second shot veered off course and exploded far beyond the battlefield's length and managing to eliminate the pesky Elemperor on top of that.

even as the Gigas angrily pumped it's arms in a rude gesture at Courser...multiple times at once even, as Courser began to vault his way towards the BMD, the resulting angery shrieks at him in viral tongue as the Bluegon and Shrimpy attempted to eliminate his prize as the Shrimpy made another pass at the Rockcube, it's bubble hitting the rock and spreading over to the BMD, stripping away it's protective barrier entirely as the Bluegon's attempts to destroy Courser's cache failed as it's icy breath had gone extremely wide and without hesitation, he opened up the vaulted item and with it...chip data getting sent to Jenny's PET, ready to be extracted at battle's end, even as the multi-armed monstrosity's Ball and Chain passed through Courser's body in it's entirety, crashing into the area behind him. And then, as things quieted down for a second, the sound of gnashing metal began to perpetuate through the air, the Basher and Elemperor coming back to life a little worse for wear, but still waiting to absolutely destroy the rogue in their midst...not that -he- had any issue with that, he was practically untouchable to them.

-- Viruses --
Gigas EXGigas EX (Gigas)

The Gigas are a clan of 8 foot tall viruses whose semi-humanoid bodies are made of a durable metal alloy. Gigas lack legs, and instead roll around on a 3 ton solid steel ball 2-feet in diameter that rests in a cupola. Rising from the top of the cupola is an alloy pillar that supports their metal bodies. The Gigas fight with their huge iron fists, which are provided their immese striking power by large barrel-like forearms. Their great-helm-like heads sit directly atop their shoulders with their blocky hinged jaw slanted in a sneer while their neon-red eyes radiate their hatred of all things Navigator. It is speculated that Gigas are a hacked derivative of the Bladia viruses spliced together with fragments of other viruses and a healthy dose of battlechip program data. This would account for their size, strength, and malicious nature. Where and how this was possibly accomplished is unknown. Gigas move at increased speed, but dodge at a slower than average rate. Gigas viruses prefer to pummel the life out of their foes with their bare hands (even though using the ball-and-chain in melee range would be more devastating), but if they find themselves surrounded or at a great distance to their target, they will use the ball-and-chain to perform a HammerToss. If an object blocks their path, they will either send it flying with a GigasArm attack, or smash it to dust before continuing on. Gigas will sink like the lead weights they are in liquid, and they know it. They will avoid liquid terrain entirely, if possible, and will never appear near these types of naturally occuring terrain for this reason. Only a Gigas' body is damageable. Striking a Gigas' cast iron arms will not damage the virus or the arms themselves, no matter what you hit them with. The Gigas' will not intentionally defend themselves with their arms, as they should be too busy pummeling or hurling something to bother. Do not abuse this.

Area: Sharo, NAXA

HP: 140
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break + Impact + Microburst
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Winds up and smashes the target with a giant iron fist that shatters defenses and sends the victim flying.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Break + Spin Attack / 30 Null + Break
Secondary Attack Accuracy: D / C
Secondary Attack Description: Summons a ball-and-chain, swings it around to build up momentum, and lets fly at the chosen target.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break+ Impact + Burial
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: B
Tertiary Attack Description: Smashes the target over the head with an iron hammer-hand strike with enough force to plant them in the ground.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): GigasArm1 (Rare), HammerToss1, Zenny
Special: SuperArmor: Immunity to Knockback, Microburst, Pull, Gravity, and similar effects.
Special: HardCase: Damage is reduced by half until hit with a Break attack, at which time this effect is nullified and they take standard damage. Break does not deal extra damage.
Special: Burial: Opponents struck by this effect are forcibly buried in soft terrain types (Mud, Sand, Snow) or submerged in liquid terrain types. Otherwise, the panel is cracked. If the panel is fragile, it becomes broken, and the target falls into the hole. This effect doesn't work if the target is standing on Metal Terrain.
: 140 HP (Normal) (About a Feint to the north and to the left, ahead of the BMD)
Shrimpy EXShrimpy EX (Shrimpy)

Shrimpy viruses are able to move between attacks as a free action, however dodging still costs them an action. They must pause movement to attack. Shrimpy viruses may move over fragile panel types without damaging them, such as moving over Cracked panels without breaking them. Shrimpy viruses cannot be forcibly submerged or smashed through fragile panels, even if thrown. They can submerge of their own free will, however.

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Aqua + Spread 1
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Bubbler
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Bubbler, Shrimpy, Zenny
Special: ShadowShoes
: 140 HP (Ice) (Between the North and South missings)
Elemperor EXElemperor EX (Elmperor)

Elemperor viruses are Planeswalker viruses: their attacks and abilities all depend on the terrain they stand upon. Pay attention to the special sections of their stat sheets, as those will tell you what types of terrain must be present for an Elemperor to appear (this terrain requirement naturally overrides the Network's terrain selection). All Elemperor are immune to any adverse terrain effects... except damage multiplication, of course. They attack every action they are able to.

Area: Beach, Sharo, Yumland, Netfrica, NetVegas

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 (Elemental Rage) + Small Rage Terrain Change + Ground Attack
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Fires a magic flare that changes the ground beneath the enemy's feet.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): ElementIce, ElementalRage1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile.
- Always appears on Ice Terrain.
- Gains Regen 70 when on any terrain but Normal.
- If this virus is on Normal Terrain, its attack power is halved.
- Attacks assume the element of the terrain this virus sits on, and attacks create more terrain of the same type.
: 112 HP (Cracked) (Between the Bluegon and North-East missings) (Deletes: 1)
Basher EXBasher EX (Basher)

Basher viruses are the top-tier of the stationary gunnery viruses with an unmatched single-shot damage output among the normal viruses. They are also the rarest of their class, and appear only after battle 5. They also never appear in large numbers in a normal battle, meaning the ratio of total viruses to Bashers should be at least 4 to 1. The attack cycle of Bashers is 2 actions long, regardless of which attack they use. The first attack requires one action to charge before firing, and the second attack executes twice in succession. If they are stunned, they resume their attack cycle where it was halted once the stun wears off. They don't move, and don't dodge.

Area: Sharo

HP: 150
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 90 Fire + Break + Panel Break x3 Targets, 1 Action Charge
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: The virus selects up to 3 targets, and spends an action charging up the main cannons. It then fires a Magnum blast that reduces most Network constructs to ashes with a single shot, usually leaving a blast crater where they once stood. It may target empty panels and objects as well as enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Fire x3 Targets + Double Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a 3-shot spread from the left arm cannon, then follows up with an identical attack from the right arm cannon just after. Each cannon shot requires an action, and both attacks must occur one after the other.
Element: Fire
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Magnum1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile
- Main attack destroys panels, reducing enemy evasion by 1 Rank.
: 120 HP (Cracked) (Where it was, but Courser is now behind/in front of it) (Deletes: 1) (Exacts: 1)
King Bluegon EXBluegon EX (Bluegon)

Bluegons do not appear before Battle 6. They are extremely territorial among their own kind, so only one HoleDragon can appear per battle. Because they live among holes, they cannot appear without at least 5% Missing terrain.

Area: Sharo

HP: 230
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 50 Aqua + Wide Attack
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: Exhales a wide stream of ice breath.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Aqua + Knockback + Ground Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: C
Secondary Attack Description: Creates a wave of ice water that crashes into an enemy.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): AquaLine (Rare), IceDragon1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: As this virus is always in a hole, it is immune to all Ground attacks.
Special: While this virus will never leave holes, it may still swerve to avoid attacks.
Special: This virus can use an action to duck inside its hole. This counts as a dodge. It may reemerge from that same hole, or a different hole on the battlefield, as a free action afterward.
: 230 HP (Missing) (North-West Missing)

-- Navis --
Courseman.EXE: 100 HP (Normal) (In the middle of the field) (Barrier40)(Casing10)(Shadow1)(Slow2)

-- Terrain --
20% Normal
  • No effects.
(A small square in the middle of the field)
45% Ice
  • +10% Evasion to all. Non-Aqua Elementals get -20% Accuracy.
  • Aqua attacks: 25% Freeze chance, change terrain hit to Normal if triggered. Boost chance to 100% if Ice-type.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • Fire attacks: Change terrain hit to Sea.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua + Freeze1.
(Everything outside of the Normal/Missing terrain)
20% Missing
  • Permanent bottomless hole.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • EJO if you fall in.
(One at each corner of the field, diagonal to the Blue MD, the ones perpendicular to Courser are the South-West and South-East missings)
5% Broken
  • Not bottomless.
  • Reverts to Normal after a time, if no one is inside.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • 1-4 Movements actions to climb back out depending on method.
(Where Corser was at)
10% Cracked
  • Changes to Broken when stepped on, chance to fall in when triggered.
  • Burrow: Change terrain to Broken, Null 50 to burrower.
  • Panel Crack attacks, >100 Damage Break/Impact/Drop attacks: Change terrain hit to Broken.
  • PanelShot: Splash1.
(Basher and Elemperor are here)

-- Objects --
BMD: OPENED! (Reward: LightningDamage: 180 + Seeking + Drop Attack
Accuracy: B
Description: Utilizing a target as a lightning rod, the user drops a powerful thunderbolt on it. Rare
Duration: Once
Element: Elec
Special: Drop Attack: This attack originates above the battlefield, and falls to the ground. It gains one rank of accuracy against High Altitude targets.
Trader Rank: C
after battle end)
RockCubeA: 40 HP (Normal) (A feint to the left of the BMD)
RockCubeB: 100 HP (Normal) (A feint to the right of the BMD)
Courser nodded to himself as the smaller viruses pulled themselves back together. This game again. In his ear, he heard Jenny grumbling about respawns. From the lingering safety of his shadows, Courser sized up the field. He could play that game for a few more seconds at least. Not far from him, his decoy picked itself up out of the snow, shaking itself off and looking a little roughed up. It skated across the ice at a lazy glide, to stand, hands on hips in front of the Bluegon's hole.

“You know, that were right rude. You ought to keep your minions better behaved.” It leaned forward slightly, despite the virus being much taller and its voice was scolding in tone. “I've a right mind to write a sternly worded letter about this kind of treatment. Clones has got feelings too, you know! Sure it's out job to go and get shot up and beat down, day in and day out, and it's all expected of us and that, but there ain't no call to go about being so callous and rude about it. You got that one over there, hurling all manner of junk at us... and the one back there doing I don't even want to know what with his hands... rude gestures if you ask me! I tell you, this kind of treatment, it won't stand, do you hear me? Are you listening to me, cob? It won't stand!” It appraised the Bluegon up and down as it rambled on in an indignant fashion, and continued to do so loudly until someone had the sense of mind to shut it up.

Meanwhile, Courser was eyeing up he Gigas and doing a quick secondary glance about the field as he mentally measured distances. This should be about right, if he was guessing correctly. Carefully, he crouched down and drew smaller form of darkened water from the ice, back and to one side of the middle section, until it formed into the laser sight of a shaped charge; a low ripple spread through the ground as the blasting charge set itself beneath the beam, with courser aligned to run straight across the centre of the battlefield, and then out to just this side of the many-armed Gigas. He stood straight once it armed, standing mid-field and preventing the trap itself from registering his own presence, for now.

“Right! That's enough yapping, all of you! Pay attention!” His shout was accompanied by one raised hand while his wave whip on that arm bulked up and extended, snaking and twisting as it gained water mass and darkened to a shadowy black that matched the rest of Courser's obscured form. It grew into a large mass that curved over like a weight and gradually took the shape of a somewhat cartoonishly sculpted Courser, made of stone, on a small plinth, with enthusiastic scrip stencilled across it. The letters read 'Boom!'. A moment later, the heavy statuette solidified completely and dropped, with a thud, into the dead centre of the field, interrupting the waiting laser light of the dynamite. The Dynamite beeped. Courser smirked and winked at the Bluegon. “There will be a test.”

A moment later, sound was drowned out by a progressive explosion that ripped up the laser line in a shaped charge, marching towards the Gigas, and was drowned out in turn by an even more vicious detonation that enveloped the majority of the frozen space in a sense-destroying blast wave.

As the fire and smoke cleared and the rumbling sounds echoed away, Courser made a brief mock of dusting off his shadowy clothes and looked around for survivors. He tipped two fingers to the bluegon, and performed a sweeping, mock bow, just as the ground beneath him lifted up, raising the navi onto the top of a familiar needle-launching platform. The water around it cascaded off as it took shape, leaving behind a swirling mist that shrouded its mechanisms. It began to fire, aiming first for any potential survivors of both blasts, and failing that for the dragon itself. Courser stood straight as the platform rotated in place. One more little present for the heavy metal Gigas. He glanced back to the dragon and put one finger to his lips in a conspiratorial 'shh', then flicked out his left wave whip, letting the waters swirl and narrow down until the tip had compressed a tiny, densely rushing sphere that he flicked in a casual lob towards the area that the Gigas occupied. It burst as it landed, spreading a gulf of deep water for the buoyancy-challenged virus to deal with upon its return.

With that done, he jumped down from the needle turret and landed lightly, holding out one wave whip to reform into the broad disc of cycling water that he used to block attacks; the strain of holding himself in the shadows was about reaching its limit and he could feel them falling away; no need to be reckless.

-=Summary=-

C*) ((TrapMaster: Courser is aware of any traps present in the situation and their triggering conditions, and (until further notice) denies their ability to activate on him or his clones))
C*) Shadow: Scolding Bluegon for having rude minions
C1) Take time lining things up properly at the centre, getting the measure right.
C2) Dynamite1HP: 100
Properties: Light
Object Damage: 100 Null + Blast2
Damage Method: Throw, Knockback, Microburst, Telekinesis, Gust
Attack Damage: 100 Null + Blast2 + Line Attack + Seeking
Accuracy: D (thrown) / A (trigger)
Description: Sets a lightweight laser trip bomb. When something crosses the sensor beam, the bomb detonates a shaped charge that blasts an entire line. It can see through Invisibility. This weapon is very dangerous to use, caution is advised.
Duration: Until destroyed or until it attacks.
Element: Null
Special: Laser TAG: Attack triggers when something moves through the targeting laser beam, no matter who or what that may be.
Trader Rank: D
(100 Blast2, Line, Seeking, A) Carefully aligned to pass by Gigas, and centre of field
C3) BoyBomb1HP: 100
Properties: Normal
Object Damage: 220 + Blast3
Damage Method: Throw, Knockback, Microburst, Pull, Gravity, Telekinesis
Attack Damage: 220 + Blast3
Accuracy: Not Applicable
Description: Creates a BoyBomb1 on the field directly before you. The bomb may be pushed around until the end of the turn. The bomb will explode at the beginning of the following turn, dealing extremely heavy damage to anything nearby. Be somewhere else when that happens....
Duration: Until destroyed or the beginning of next turn.
Element: Null
Special: If enough damage is dealt to this object to destroy it, it will immediately explode instead.
Trader Rank: D
(220, Blast3, NA Accuracy) explodes at start of next turn, or if destroyed early. Dropped direct centre of field, across Dynamite trip line.
C4) Needler2HP: 80
Properties: Normal, Mobile
Object Damage: 80 Null + Impact + Break
Damage Method: Ramming attack, Telekinesis, Throw
Attack Damage: 40 Null x 2 hits x 3 Targets
Accuracy: A
Description: Summons a gun platform that attacks up to 3 separate targets each turn with its trio of double spike cannons. It can also perform a defense piercing kamikaze attack.
Duration: Until destroyed.
Element: Null
Special: This chip's accuracy cannot be boosted or reduced by any means, including RP quality.
- This object may ram a target instead of firing needles, but is instantly destroyed in exchange.
- This object may dodge by trying to ram nothing, but if it hits something in this way, it is still destroyed and deals object damage.
Trader Rank: C
(40 x2 Hits, 3 Targets, A) All/Any
C*) Fast Barrier: (40Hp Barrier) (Needler)
C*) Fast Armour: (10Hp Casing) (Needler)
C5) SeaSeedDamage: 10 + Small Sea Terrain Change / Medium Sea Terrain Change
Accuracy: A
Description: Lob a seed that create a medium Sea area. Only a small area if it hits an opponent.
Duration: Once
Element: Aqua
Special: Creates Onsen terrain instead of Sea if used in YokaNet.
Trader Rank: E
(10Aqua, Small Sea, A) At Gigas is it's alive, else creating Medium Sea Terrain in the area around where it will respawn
C6) Shield NCP: (2Hit Shield)
Taking his time to line things up, Courser was making his time to make sure his plan went according to his ideas, as his clone gave a verbal smackdown upon the Bluegon in it's hole. Rolling it's eyes at the incredulous assault on it's kingly being, the Bluegon immediately retaliated with a blast of freezing cold breath, completely eliminating the clone because, at the end of the day, it was literally all it could do in this instance. Meanwhile, the revived Basher began to try, again, to gather energy for the main cannons so it could blast Courser sooner rather than later as the Shrimpy began to make it's move inwards to get a better vantage point to attack Courser now that he had unlocked the BMD. But before the viruses could make another attack on him, he threw out the Dynamite, the explosive just avoiding clipping the massive monster of a virus as it slowly backed away from the explosive, if only to avoid getting caught in it's own blast radius.

The Elemeporer, however, was quite angry at Courseman's actions against it, the flame flickering on it's nose weakly dancing about as it breathed a weak gout at him and aside from a weak hotfoot sensation through the shadow, it did nothing to harm the navi himself. And then everything went to SHIT for the viruses immediately as his Boybomb made it onto the field, his Boybomb triggering the Dynamite's properties and causing a chain of events leading to the Boybomb to explode in glorious fashion, black soot clinging to pretty much everything as everything but the Gigas and Courser died in the resulting explosion, the king Bluegon staring in absolute amazement at what had just happened.

The Gigas was badly damaged, even having attempted to put it's arms up to deflect the blast somewhat and prevent damage, obviously having failed at that as it was missing quite a few pieces of it's body, just barely held together at that point. But before either virus could make heads or tails of what to do next, Courser summoned his trusty Needler and let it go off, one shot barely missing the King, while a second piercing through it's scaly hide and the Gigas finally succumbing to it's wounds as both the Needler's attacks on it finally finished it off. The Bluegon, out of ideas for the time being, began to make it's move, tunneling beneath the field to pop up near where Courser had started this fight at. And with his last actions, one of which being purely vindictive of the Gigas' existence, threw a seed of water, exploding near the Gigas' corpse and with it, transforming a fairly large part of the field into a watery hellscape for Courser to inflict upon the viruses in turn, the entirety of the normal being swallowed up by frigid water and a small portion of the ice being melted in turn as he summoned his shield to protect against attacks. Then the viruses began to rise from their graves, more annoyed than anything...except the Basher and Gigas, no, those two were straight up fucked now. Steam rising up as the Basher hissed in pain, attempting to do ANYTHING to make the pain stop, as the Gigas, realizing it's solid terrain was now a fine liquid, held up a sign saying "Go fuck yourself!" in the direction of Courser before sinking rapidly to the bottom of the pool he had now created, bubbles being the only sign of where it was underneath the waves.

-- Viruses --
Gigas EXGigas EX (Gigas)

The Gigas are a clan of 8 foot tall viruses whose semi-humanoid bodies are made of a durable metal alloy. Gigas lack legs, and instead roll around on a 3 ton solid steel ball 2-feet in diameter that rests in a cupola. Rising from the top of the cupola is an alloy pillar that supports their metal bodies. The Gigas fight with their huge iron fists, which are provided their immese striking power by large barrel-like forearms. Their great-helm-like heads sit directly atop their shoulders with their blocky hinged jaw slanted in a sneer while their neon-red eyes radiate their hatred of all things Navigator. It is speculated that Gigas are a hacked derivative of the Bladia viruses spliced together with fragments of other viruses and a healthy dose of battlechip program data. This would account for their size, strength, and malicious nature. Where and how this was possibly accomplished is unknown. Gigas move at increased speed, but dodge at a slower than average rate. Gigas viruses prefer to pummel the life out of their foes with their bare hands (even though using the ball-and-chain in melee range would be more devastating), but if they find themselves surrounded or at a great distance to their target, they will use the ball-and-chain to perform a HammerToss. If an object blocks their path, they will either send it flying with a GigasArm attack, or smash it to dust before continuing on. Gigas will sink like the lead weights they are in liquid, and they know it. They will avoid liquid terrain entirely, if possible, and will never appear near these types of naturally occuring terrain for this reason. Only a Gigas' body is damageable. Striking a Gigas' cast iron arms will not damage the virus or the arms themselves, no matter what you hit them with. The Gigas' will not intentionally defend themselves with their arms, as they should be too busy pummeling or hurling something to bother. Do not abuse this.

Area: Sharo, NAXA

HP: 140
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break + Impact + Microburst
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Winds up and smashes the target with a giant iron fist that shatters defenses and sends the victim flying.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Break + Spin Attack / 30 Null + Break
Secondary Attack Accuracy: D / C
Secondary Attack Description: Summons a ball-and-chain, swings it around to build up momentum, and lets fly at the chosen target.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break+ Impact + Burial
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: B
Tertiary Attack Description: Smashes the target over the head with an iron hammer-hand strike with enough force to plant them in the ground.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): GigasArm1 (Rare), HammerToss1, Zenny
Special: SuperArmor: Immunity to Knockback, Microburst, Pull, Gravity, and similar effects.
Special: HardCase: Damage is reduced by half until hit with a Break attack, at which time this effect is nullified and they take standard damage. Break does not deal extra damage.
Special: Burial: Opponents struck by this effect are forcibly buried in soft terrain types (Mud, Sand, Snow) or submerged in liquid terrain types. Otherwise, the panel is cracked. If the panel is fragile, it becomes broken, and the target falls into the hole. This effect doesn't work if the target is standing on Metal Terrain.
: 112 HP (Sea) (About a Feint to the north and to the left, ahead of Courser...before falling into the Sea panels and sinking faster than a rock) (Drowning! -5 HP per action!)
Shrimpy EXShrimpy EX (Shrimpy)

Shrimpy viruses are able to move between attacks as a free action, however dodging still costs them an action. They must pause movement to attack. Shrimpy viruses may move over fragile panel types without damaging them, such as moving over Cracked panels without breaking them. Shrimpy viruses cannot be forcibly submerged or smashed through fragile panels, even if thrown. They can submerge of their own free will, however.

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Aqua + Spread 1
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Bubbler
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Bubbler, Shrimpy, Zenny
Special: ShadowShoes
: 112 HP (Ice) (Somewhere between the middle and edge of the field, diagonally south to Courser's current position)
Elemperor EXElemperor EX (Elmperor)

Elemperor viruses are Planeswalker viruses: their attacks and abilities all depend on the terrain they stand upon. Pay attention to the special sections of their stat sheets, as those will tell you what types of terrain must be present for an Elemperor to appear (this terrain requirement naturally overrides the Network's terrain selection). All Elemperor are immune to any adverse terrain effects... except damage multiplication, of course. They attack every action they are able to.

Area: Beach, Sharo, Yumland, Netfrica, NetVegas

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 (Elemental Rage) + Small Rage Terrain Change + Ground Attack
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Fires a magic flare that changes the ground beneath the enemy's feet.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): ElementIce, ElementalRage1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile.
- Always appears on Ice Terrain.
- Gains Regen 70 when on any terrain but Normal.
- If this virus is on Normal Terrain, its attack power is halved.
- Attacks assume the element of the terrain this virus sits on, and attacks create more terrain of the same type.
: 84 HP (Cracked) (Between the Bluegon and North-East missings) (Deletes: 2)
Basher EXBasher EX (Basher)

Basher viruses are the top-tier of the stationary gunnery viruses with an unmatched single-shot damage output among the normal viruses. They are also the rarest of their class, and appear only after battle 5. They also never appear in large numbers in a normal battle, meaning the ratio of total viruses to Bashers should be at least 4 to 1. The attack cycle of Bashers is 2 actions long, regardless of which attack they use. The first attack requires one action to charge before firing, and the second attack executes twice in succession. If they are stunned, they resume their attack cycle where it was halted once the stun wears off. They don't move, and don't dodge.

Area: Sharo

HP: 150
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 90 Fire + Break + Panel Break x3 Targets, 1 Action Charge
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: The virus selects up to 3 targets, and spends an action charging up the main cannons. It then fires a Magnum blast that reduces most Network constructs to ashes with a single shot, usually leaving a blast crater where they once stood. It may target empty panels and objects as well as enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Fire x3 Targets + Double Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a 3-shot spread from the left arm cannon, then follows up with an identical attack from the right arm cannon just after. Each cannon shot requires an action, and both attacks must occur one after the other.
Element: Fire
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Magnum1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile
- Main attack destroys panels, reducing enemy evasion by 1 Rank.
: 90 HP (Sea) (Where it was, but Courser is now behind/in front of it) (Deletes: 2) (Exacts: 1) (Fire Attribute and Sea don't mix! -10 HP per action!)
King Bluegon EXBluegon EX (Bluegon)

Bluegons do not appear before Battle 6. They are extremely territorial among their own kind, so only one HoleDragon can appear per battle. Because they live among holes, they cannot appear without at least 5% Missing terrain.

Area: Sharo

HP: 230
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 50 Aqua + Wide Attack
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: Exhales a wide stream of ice breath.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Aqua + Knockback + Ground Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: C
Secondary Attack Description: Creates a wave of ice water that crashes into an enemy.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): AquaLine (Rare), IceDragon1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: As this virus is always in a hole, it is immune to all Ground attacks.
Special: While this virus will never leave holes, it may still swerve to avoid attacks.
Special: This virus can use an action to duck inside its hole. This counts as a dodge. It may reemerge from that same hole, or a different hole on the battlefield, as a free action afterward.
: 190 HP (Missing) (South-West Missing)

-- Navis --
Courseman.EXE: 100 HP (Sea) (Middle of the area, near Courser) (Barrier40)(Casing10)(2-Hit Shield)

-- Terrain --
30% Sea
  • Fire Elementals lose 10 HP/action standing, 20 HP/action submerged. Other Non-Aqua Elementals lose 5 HP/action submerged. Nullified for Aqua Elementals.
  • Ice attacks: 50% Freeze1 chance, Changes terrain hit to Ice.
  • Terrain changes between Sea and Onsen do not inflict damage upon submerged entities, nor do they eject submerged entities to the surface.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua.
(A small square in the middle of the field reaching a little onto the outer section of ice)
40% Ice
  • +10% Evasion to all. Non-Aqua Elementals get -20% Accuracy.
  • Aqua attacks: 25% Freeze chance, change terrain hit to Normal if triggered. Boost chance to 100% if Ice-type.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • Fire attacks: Change terrain hit to Sea.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua + Freeze1.
(Everything outside of the Sea/Missing/Broken/Cracked terrain)
20% Missing
  • Permanent bottomless hole.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • EJO if you fall in.
(One at each corner of the field, diagonal to the middle of the field)
5% Broken
  • Not bottomless.
  • Reverts to Normal after a time, if no one is inside.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • 1-4 Movements actions to climb back out depending on method.
(Where Corser was at)
5% Cracked
  • Changes to Broken when stepped on, chance to fall in when triggered.
  • Burrow: Change terrain to Broken, Null 50 to burrower.
  • Panel Crack attacks, >100 Damage Break/Impact/Drop attacks: Change terrain hit to Broken.
  • PanelShot: Splash1.
(Elemperor are here)

-- Objects --
BMD: OPENED! (Reward: LightningDamage: 180 + Seeking + Drop Attack
Accuracy: B
Description: Utilizing a target as a lightning rod, the user drops a powerful thunderbolt on it. Rare
Duration: Once
Element: Elec
Special: Drop Attack: This attack originates above the battlefield, and falls to the ground. It gains one rank of accuracy against High Altitude targets.
Trader Rank: C
after battle end)
RockCubeA: EXPLODED!
RockCubeB: ALSO EXPLODED!
Needler2: 80 HP (Barrier10)(Casing10)
As his body slipped from the warding shadows at last, Courser steppe dto one side and skated back slightly, holding his ward out to the reforming viruses. Despite the strong-seeming front, he was ready to split away from the first attempt that came his way, but his needle turret was busy making itself a bigger distraction as the navi backed off. It rotated and spun its barrels again, sending a short volley of darts across the field; two sets were directed at the smaller lamp and shrimp viruses, keeping them occupied, while its last pair of rounds shot back at the beleaguered Basher.

Whether he'd been forced to dive aside or not yet, Courser continued to back off to keep as much of the field on the far side of his shield as he could, while nearby a second Courser darted out of his form, making a break for the water at a run. With one wave of his hand, Courser began to spray the field with a storm of smaller densely-pressurised water pellets, while his running clone threw a hand back behind it, adding to the confusion; most of the water bullets were just illusory, but enough of them scattered in amongst the storm were real to throw off any sense of certainty; tracers were aimed primarily at the Basher, Elemperor and Shrimpy, but Courser made sure to carefully account for the water refraction as he sent a couple of the small shots down through the pool towards the Gigas as well, just as his clone made as though to dive into the water for cover.

Between what eyes he had, Courser measured up what remained of his foes for the time being. The needler spun in place mid field, mist and water re-coalescing around it while its motors revved and prepared another round of spines, as Courser his free hand drew back behind him and held low. The wave whip lashed slowly back and forth as a series of high pressure pockets formed in it, spinning themselves into long, thin spines, isolated within the more easy-flowing shape. The Basher was the priority, but if that had been taken care of, he carefully picked out other targets, then threw his hand forward, flexing the coil of water and letting the three longer shards within tear free and arc across the area at his targets. As he watched the needles fly, the veil of mist around him took on a slightly more solid sheen; he rolled his shoulders, preparing to duck back into shadows again, but even so, anything that guessed right and managed to aim well would be met with a very swift retribution.

-=Summary=-

C*) ((TrapMaster: Courser is aware of any traps present in the situation and their triggering conditions, and (until further notice) denies their ability to activate on him or his clones))
C1) Forked Streams: Trap(Incoming Attack against CourseMan): Multi-Stage: First (Dodge + Decoy(1 round)), Then (10Aqua, Shot-Type x2 Hits, A)
C*) Needler: (40 x2 Hits, x3 Targets, A) Basher, Elemperor, Shrimpy
C2) Solo Teamwork: (10Aqua, x 2 Hits, x 4 Targets, Shot-Type, A) Basher, Elemperor, Shirmpy, Gigas
C3) Dodge (back and keeping shield to enemies)
C*) Shadow: (Splitting off from Courser and running for the pool; joining in on the shot-firing and diving in for cover if it gets there)
C*) Fast Barrier: (40Hp Barrier) (Needler)
C*) Fast Armour: (10Hp Casing) (Needler)
C4) Aim/Assess
C5) AquaNeedle2Damage: 30 x 3 Needles + Variable Targeting + Drop Attack
Accuracy: B
Description: Three needles drop on enemies
Duration: Once
Element: Aqua
Special: Variable Targeting: Allows the user to select a target for each individual hit of an attack. This means they may strike the same target multiple times, multiple different targets, or a mix of the two as they wish.
Special: Drop Attack: This attack originates above the battlefield, and falls to the ground. It gains one rank of accuracy against High Altitude targets.
Trader Rank: C
(40Aqua, 3 hits, Variable, A) 1 / 2 to Basher if it's still alive, Priority to Elemperor, Shrimpy, Gigas after that, depending on what's still around.
C6) Counter1Damage: (1-Hit I-Field) + (Counter(70 + Impact + Break): On-Hit)
Accuracy: S Block, A Return
Description: Defends against one attack, teleports to enemy, and strikes with Gutpunch. Impacting. Breaking.
Duration: Once
Element: Null
Special: I-Field is pierced by Impact, Counter is negated by Impact.
Special: Status Guard: This chip blocks debuffs.
Trader Rank: D
(1-Hit I-Field, Counter (70, Impact, Break, A))
Getting himself ready for attacks directed against him, Courser's Needler began to fire off at the trio of the Shrimpy, Basher and Elemperor, two shots managing to land on the Elemperor and cracking it's body greatly from the two shots, as one each hit his other targets, be it either moving away from it or a bad shot. The viruses began to attack in kind as the Gigas attempted to escape it's watery grave, smashing it's fists on the bottom of the pool to escape...but between the diffusion of force beneath the waves and it's heavy body it failed spectacularly at that endeavor, only serving to waste it's action for the time being as it's body began to disintegrate and rust up from the water invading it's body as the Shrimpy made a bubble shot at the Navi himself, but the shot went wide, leading to Courser countering as he made sure to give it a good lesson in not attacking navis, a new clone shedding from his form and getting ready to tank as Courser himself shot the Shrimpy twice, both shots hitting and one managing to freeze it in place as ice clung to it's mouth.

Courser proceeded to make his movement against the viruses, he and his Shadows letting out a barrage of shots, the two tracers against the Gigas, Elemperor and Basher managing to make their shots, while one against the Shrimpy managed to miss, but it was still standing as the other hit, the Elemperor shattering to pieces yet again, as the Basher was on death's door afterwards. The Basher was quick to try and make it's last breath a good one, both of it's secondary weapons raised up against Courser, his needler and his clone, extremely quick buckshot was fired off and in turn, one missed it's intended target, the other two managing to hit in turn...unfortunately for the Basher, it's shot hit his clone and popped the barrier on his Needler as a second clone split off from Courser's body...and then it's body finally shutdown again (with credit for an exact delete being tallied for Courser) as it's form crumpled inwards. The Bluegon was -quite- tired of this game and from it's position fired off a blast of pressurized water at Courser's form, the blast quickly hurtling towards his body and smashing through his Needler's Casing, while the blast had trailed onwards, blasting the secondary clone into nothing as Courser's body had managed to evade getting clipped by the angry dragon's pressurized attack, pushing the Needler back a bit beyond Courser...and then it's efforts being COMPLETELY undone as his Barrier and Casing wrapped back around the Needler's form.

Despite it's watery grave, the Gigas made one more attempt at Courser's life from beneath the waves, sending one of it's massive arms down square at his head...or at least that's HOW it tried, but due to it's range between Courser and it, the fist just -barely- eclipsed the waves as more of it's body continued to seize up at the water invading it's form, thrashing about and likely saying mean words at Courser...if sound could travel through water. The Shrimpy was slowly realizing Courser was just...picking them off...one after another...just for the fun of it. Screaming as it's mind comprehended this, it made every conceivable attempt to evade whatever the navi had planned as he began to aim and assess the field, two targets gone and the Shrimpy absolutely losing it's shit, three needles flying through the air as it was quickly skewered by two of them, the third just barely missing from the erratic movements it had been making. But before Courser could bring up his last chip, the Bluegon sent out a second blast of pressurized water streams, the blast of water marching through the field, just missing Courser's body, but the Needler was hit again, leading it to be blasted back with it's barrier being stripped away again. And then Courser's Counter chip began to take effect, the mists swirling around him and ready to protect against attack.

And then the viruses revived again, once more with feeling, they arose from their graves, getting worse and worse for wear as they began to eye Courser with unfittered hatred for the navi...seemed they had the same idea of what was going on, a navi farming the ever reviving pawns of a king virus for bugfragments, typical navi behavior!


-- Viruses --
Gigas EXGigas EX (Gigas)

The Gigas are a clan of 8 foot tall viruses whose semi-humanoid bodies are made of a durable metal alloy. Gigas lack legs, and instead roll around on a 3 ton solid steel ball 2-feet in diameter that rests in a cupola. Rising from the top of the cupola is an alloy pillar that supports their metal bodies. The Gigas fight with their huge iron fists, which are provided their immese striking power by large barrel-like forearms. Their great-helm-like heads sit directly atop their shoulders with their blocky hinged jaw slanted in a sneer while their neon-red eyes radiate their hatred of all things Navigator. It is speculated that Gigas are a hacked derivative of the Bladia viruses spliced together with fragments of other viruses and a healthy dose of battlechip program data. This would account for their size, strength, and malicious nature. Where and how this was possibly accomplished is unknown. Gigas move at increased speed, but dodge at a slower than average rate. Gigas viruses prefer to pummel the life out of their foes with their bare hands (even though using the ball-and-chain in melee range would be more devastating), but if they find themselves surrounded or at a great distance to their target, they will use the ball-and-chain to perform a HammerToss. If an object blocks their path, they will either send it flying with a GigasArm attack, or smash it to dust before continuing on. Gigas will sink like the lead weights they are in liquid, and they know it. They will avoid liquid terrain entirely, if possible, and will never appear near these types of naturally occuring terrain for this reason. Only a Gigas' body is damageable. Striking a Gigas' cast iron arms will not damage the virus or the arms themselves, no matter what you hit them with. The Gigas' will not intentionally defend themselves with their arms, as they should be too busy pummeling or hurling something to bother. Do not abuse this.

Area: Sharo, NAXA

HP: 140
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break + Impact + Microburst
Primary Attack Accuracy: C
Primary Attack Description: Winds up and smashes the target with a giant iron fist that shatters defenses and sends the victim flying.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 15 Null + Break + Spin Attack / 30 Null + Break
Secondary Attack Accuracy: D / C
Secondary Attack Description: Summons a ball-and-chain, swings it around to build up momentum, and lets fly at the chosen target.
Tertiary Attack Damage/Effect: 40 Null + Break+ Impact + Burial
Tertiary Attack Accuracy: B
Tertiary Attack Description: Smashes the target over the head with an iron hammer-hand strike with enough force to plant them in the ground.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): GigasArm1 (Rare), HammerToss1, Zenny
Special: SuperArmor: Immunity to Knockback, Microburst, Pull, Gravity, and similar effects.
Special: HardCase: Damage is reduced by half until hit with a Break attack, at which time this effect is nullified and they take standard damage. Break does not deal extra damage.
Special: Burial: Opponents struck by this effect are forcibly buried in soft terrain types (Mud, Sand, Snow) or submerged in liquid terrain types. Otherwise, the panel is cracked. If the panel is fragile, it becomes broken, and the target falls into the hole. This effect doesn't work if the target is standing on Metal Terrain.
: 92 HP (Sea) (About a Feint to the north and to the left, ahead of Courser...before falling into the Sea panels and sinking faster than a rock) (Deletes: 1) (Drowning! -5 HP per action!)
Shrimpy EXShrimpy EX (Shrimpy)

Shrimpy viruses are able to move between attacks as a free action, however dodging still costs them an action. They must pause movement to attack. Shrimpy viruses may move over fragile panel types without damaging them, such as moving over Cracked panels without breaking them. Shrimpy viruses cannot be forcibly submerged or smashed through fragile panels, even if thrown. They can submerge of their own free will, however.

Area: Yoka, Beach, Sharo

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 Aqua + Spread 1
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Bubbler
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Bubbler, Shrimpy, Zenny
Special: ShadowShoes
: 84 HP (Ice) (Somewhere between the middle and edge of the field, diagonally south to Courser's current position) (Deletes: 2)
Elemperor EXElemperor EX (Elmperor)

Elemperor viruses are Planeswalker viruses: their attacks and abilities all depend on the terrain they stand upon. Pay attention to the special sections of their stat sheets, as those will tell you what types of terrain must be present for an Elemperor to appear (this terrain requirement naturally overrides the Network's terrain selection). All Elemperor are immune to any adverse terrain effects... except damage multiplication, of course. They attack every action they are able to.

Area: Beach, Sharo, Yumland, Netfrica, NetVegas

HP: 140
Attack Damage/Effect: 30 (Elemental Rage) + Small Rage Terrain Change + Ground Attack
Attack Accuracy: A
Attack Description: Fires a magic flare that changes the ground beneath the enemy's feet.
Element: Null
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): ElementIce, ElementalRage1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile.
- Always appears on Ice Terrain.
- Gains Regen 70 when on any terrain but Normal.
- If this virus is on Normal Terrain, its attack power is halved.
- Attacks assume the element of the terrain this virus sits on, and attacks create more terrain of the same type.
: 56 HP (Cracked) (Between the Bluegon and North-East missings) (Deletes: 3)
Basher EXBasher EX (Basher)

Basher viruses are the top-tier of the stationary gunnery viruses with an unmatched single-shot damage output among the normal viruses. They are also the rarest of their class, and appear only after battle 5. They also never appear in large numbers in a normal battle, meaning the ratio of total viruses to Bashers should be at least 4 to 1. The attack cycle of Bashers is 2 actions long, regardless of which attack they use. The first attack requires one action to charge before firing, and the second attack executes twice in succession. If they are stunned, they resume their attack cycle where it was halted once the stun wears off. They don't move, and don't dodge.

Area: Sharo

HP: 150
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 90 Fire + Break + Panel Break x3 Targets, 1 Action Charge
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: The virus selects up to 3 targets, and spends an action charging up the main cannons. It then fires a Magnum blast that reduces most Network constructs to ashes with a single shot, usually leaving a blast crater where they once stood. It may target empty panels and objects as well as enemies.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 20 Fire x3 Targets + Double Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: A
Secondary Attack Description: Fires a 3-shot spread from the left arm cannon, then follows up with an identical attack from the right arm cannon just after. Each cannon shot requires an action, and both attacks must occur one after the other.
Element: Fire
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): Magnum1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: Immobile
- Main attack destroys panels, reducing enemy evasion by 1 Rank.
: 60 HP (Sea) (Where it was, but Courser is now behind/in front of it) (Deletes: 3) (Exacts: 2) (Fire Attribute and Sea don't mix! -10 HP per action!)
King Bluegon EXBluegon EX (Bluegon)

Bluegons do not appear before Battle 6. They are extremely territorial among their own kind, so only one HoleDragon can appear per battle. Because they live among holes, they cannot appear without at least 5% Missing terrain.

Area: Sharo

HP: 230
Primary Attack Damage/Effect: 50 Aqua + Wide Attack
Primary Attack Accuracy: A
Primary Attack Description: Exhales a wide stream of ice breath.
Secondary Attack Damage/Effect: 60 Aqua + Knockback + Ground Attack
Secondary Attack Accuracy: C
Secondary Attack Description: Creates a wave of ice water that crashes into an enemy.
Element: Aqua
Possible Rewards (Per Virus): AquaLine (Rare), IceDragon1 (Rare), Zenny
Special: As this virus is always in a hole, it is immune to all Ground attacks.
Special: While this virus will never leave holes, it may still swerve to avoid attacks.
Special: This virus can use an action to duck inside its hole. This counts as a dodge. It may reemerge from that same hole, or a different hole on the battlefield, as a free action afterward.
: 190 HP (Missing) (South-West Missing)

-- Navis --
Courseman.EXE: 100 HP (Sea) (Middle of the area) (Casing10)(2-Hit Shield)( Counter1Damage: (1-Hit I-Field) + (Counter(70 + Impact + Break): On-Hit)
Accuracy: S Block, A Return
Description: Defends against one attack, teleports to enemy, and strikes with Gutpunch. Impacting. Breaking.
Duration: Once
Element: Null
Special: I-Field is pierced by Impact, Counter is negated by Impact.
Special: Status Guard: This chip blocks debuffs.
Trader Rank: D
)

-- Terrain --
30% Sea
  • Fire Elementals lose 10 HP/action standing, 20 HP/action submerged. Other Non-Aqua Elementals lose 5 HP/action submerged. Nullified for Aqua Elementals.
  • Ice attacks: 50% Freeze1 chance, Changes terrain hit to Ice.
  • Terrain changes between Sea and Onsen do not inflict damage upon submerged entities, nor do they eject submerged entities to the surface.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua.
(A small square in the middle of the field reaching a little onto the outer section of ice)
35% Ice
  • +10% Evasion to all. Non-Aqua Elementals get -20% Accuracy.
  • Aqua attacks: 25% Freeze chance, change terrain hit to Normal if triggered. Boost chance to 100% if Ice-type.
  • Elec attacks: +100% Source Damage.
  • Fire attacks: Change terrain hit to Sea.
  • PanelShot: Imbue Aqua + Freeze1.
(Everything outside of the Sea/Missing/Broken/Cracked terrain)
20% Missing
  • Permanent bottomless hole.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • EJO if you fall in.
(One at each corner of the field, diagonal to the middle of the field)
5% Broken
  • Not bottomless.
  • Reverts to Normal after a time, if no one is inside.
  • Doubles dodge penalties for bad RP.
  • 1-4 Movements actions to climb back out depending on method.
(Where Corser was at)
5% Cracked
  • Changes to Broken when stepped on, chance to fall in when triggered.
  • Burrow: Change terrain to Broken, Null 50 to burrower.
  • Panel Crack attacks, >100 Damage Break/Impact/Drop attacks: Change terrain hit to Broken.
  • PanelShot: Splash1.
(Elemperor are here)
5% Normal
  • No effects.
(Where the Ice clung to the Shrimpy)

-- Objects --
BMD: OPENED! (Reward: LightningDamage: 180 + Seeking + Drop Attack
Accuracy: B
Description: Utilizing a target as a lightning rod, the user drops a powerful thunderbolt on it. Rare
Duration: Once
Element: Elec
Special: Drop Attack: This attack originates above the battlefield, and falls to the ground. It gains one rank of accuracy against High Altitude targets.
Trader Rank: C
after battle end)
RockCubeA: EXPLODED!
RockCubeB: ALSO EXPLODED!
Needler2: 80 HP (Sea) (About half-way between Courser and the Elemperor EX) (Casing10)
While the lesser viruses pulled themselves back together, Courser cast his attention across tot he depths of the pool that he'd left the Gigas to enjoy. Alongside him, wisps of darkness on the ice split apart and reformed his double, who stretched and put his hands behind his head as he stepped to one side.

“Blowin' off steam's all well and good, boss, but you know we shouldn't hang about too long. Should get moving soon.” It looked across the damaged field, eyeing up the remaining viruses while, not far away from them, the needle platform continued to spin in a circle, hailing the revived viruses with more darts, and sparing a couple for the Bluegon itself, just to keep things interesting; it was an oddly detached moment as Courser shrugged in response. He stretched out one hand, letting the wave whip cascade way from it for long enough to expose his hand, and snapped his fingers.

“I know, I know, but really, it's only... what... thirty seconds more? If she's really debating making a break through a cybeast's territory, thirty seconds to stew shouldn't make a difference.” Between them, the ground crackled with a warm glow, before a circle of dark water split the ice and lunged upwards, forming a long tendril that bore a crackling current of electricity in its core. The feeler rose and arced away from them, shedding the watery insulation and bursting towards the pool as a raw bolt of lightning. It plunged down towards the Gigas that was submerged beneath, lighting up the surrounding water.

His decoy shook its head, side-eyeing Courser carefully enough to avoid giving him a headache. Dark shadows had risen to re-envelope Courser himself, leaving his form dark and indistinct against the snow and ice.

“Thirty seconds could mean the difference between catching her first, and having to get past a cybeast yourself, if you still want to get her.” It glanced back towards the central area where soft mist was circling and reforming around the needle platform, working to keep it protected from whatever viral ire its attacks were drawing while the pair watched it work. Courser sighed.

“Yeah, alright, alright... Let's wrap this up then...” He rolled his shoulders then shook his free hand, letting his wave whip uncoil again and swell until it froze and solidified into the familiar, hard-impacting bludgeon of ice. He took a moment to rest his stance, then darted forward, water current carrying him across long strides as he assaulted the pack. His first blow was directed to the Basher virus; even if the Needler had already taken care of it again, he struck out at its remains anyway, seeking to plunge them down into the frigid water and give it an extra chilly surprise upon its next return. Moving quickly, he let momentum carry him in sliding steps as he turned his attention on the other remaining viruses, striking towards one after another and not lingering in any one spot for too long. For now, he spared the Bluegon any extra aggression, and focused on the other viruses. Eah punch had enough stopping power to put most of them down in their damaged states, and there was every possibility that his earlier conversation had become a shouted one, if enemy aggression had pulled him away to deliver a much-needed counter-blow. He didn't want to over-do it on the dragon virus just yet.

-=Summary=-

C*) ((TrapMaster: Courser is aware of any traps present in the situation and their triggering conditions, and (until further notice) denies their ability to activate on him or his clones))
C*) Shadow: (Alongside Courser, slightly apart. Just chatting.)
C1) RemotePlug2Damage: 110 + Homing + Phasing
Accuracy: C
Description: Fires an obstacle penetrating plug that moves forward. Its path can be adjusted by the user.
Duration: Once
Element: Elec
Trader Rank: C
(110Elec, Phasing, Homing, C), Gigas
C*) Needler: (40 x2 Hits, x3 Targets, A), Basher, Bluegon, Elemperor
C2) Murky Deception: (Shadow, 2 rounds, Self, Self-Slow)
C*) Fast Barrier: (40Hp Barrier) (Needler)
C*) Fast Armour: (10Hp Casing) (Needler)
C3) ColdPunchDamage: 70 + Impact + Knockback
Accuracy: B
Description: Creates a large icy fist for the user to punch with. Anything it hits is knocked back a sizable distance, even objects.
Duration: Until Overridden/Broken. Breaks after 6 swings.
Element: Aqua
Special: Ice Type: This chip counts as Ice Type for the purposes of potentially freezing targets on Aqua Element Terrain or environments, as applicable.
Trader Rank: D
(90Aqua, Ice-type, Impact, Knockback, B), Basher (or its remains if it's down already).
C4) ColdPunchDamage: 70 + Impact + Knockback
Accuracy: B
Description: Creates a large icy fist for the user to punch with. Anything it hits is knocked back a sizable distance, even objects.
Duration: Until Overridden/Broken. Breaks after 6 swings.
Element: Aqua
Special: Ice Type: This chip counts as Ice Type for the purposes of potentially freezing targets on Aqua Element Terrain or environments, as applicable.
Trader Rank: D
(90Aqua, Ice-type, Impact, Knockback, B), Shrimpy
C5) ColdPunchDamage: 70 + Impact + Knockback
Accuracy: B
Description: Creates a large icy fist for the user to punch with. Anything it hits is knocked back a sizable distance, even objects.
Duration: Until Overridden/Broken. Breaks after 6 swings.
Element: Aqua
Special: Ice Type: This chip counts as Ice Type for the purposes of potentially freezing targets on Aqua Element Terrain or environments, as applicable.
Trader Rank: D
(90Aqua, Ice-type, Impact, Knockback, B), Elemperor
C6) ColdPunchDamage: 70 + Impact + Knockback
Accuracy: B
Description: Creates a large icy fist for the user to punch with. Anything it hits is knocked back a sizable distance, even objects.
Duration: Until Overridden/Broken. Breaks after 6 swings.
Element: Aqua
Special: Ice Type: This chip counts as Ice Type for the purposes of potentially freezing targets on Aqua Element Terrain or environments, as applicable.
Trader Rank: D
(90Aqua, Ice-type, Impact, Knockback, B), Anything other than Bluegon that's still in range and alive.