- Features: Healer at backline / Healing power is not so great / 3rd skill is good / After Asgard’s implementation, more and more people are training Jhu, her counter, so it’s a tough situation for her.
- Role:Healer, Support
- Soul Stones: Heroic chest, campaign(2, 4, 7)
- Artifact #1: Magic Defense
- Pet: Merlin, Mara, Axel
- Special:Grove Keeper
Is she useful as a late-game healer?
One problem with using Thea as a late-game healer is that her ” healing ability is not that great ” compared to Martha and Celeste. This is due to two reasons: she has only two healing skills, and the amount of healing by those skills is small for having only two healing skills.
Frankly, because of these issues, she is very often replaced by healers such as Martha, Celeste, and Dorian, who are available as the game progresses.
However, healers other than Thea are difficult to obtain Soul Stones for, except for Maya, and although Maya is a healer, she is essentially a DPS, not a healer. Celeste, a good healer, can be obtained in the campaign mode, but Celeste’s Soul Stones only appear after Chapter 14, so they are also difficult to obtain.
After the implementation of Asgard, it became almost essential to develop the combo of Jhu + Nebula + Sebastian, which can do a lot of damage to the Asgardian boss.
And Thea cannot stand the combination of these guys who attack in the last line of the team. Martha, the hardest back line healer, can also be killed depending on the critical judgment, so developing Thea may not be recommended at the moment.
White: Solar Sanctuary
Maximum healing: 74,097 (65% of Magic attack + 60 * skill level + 200)
Green: Healing Beam
Maximum healing: 82,062 (55% Magic attack + 75 * skill level)
Blue: Vow of Silence
Violet: Second Wind
Green: Radiant Healing Beam
After Thea uses Healing Beam, the allied target takes 50% less damage for the duration of 5 seconds.