Two monks from a remote region who set out on a journey together. Bai Hu, master of the White Tiger Fist, and Zhu Que, master of the Blood Phoenix Fist, were both born to families who have long practiced martial arts competitively. As rivals in the self-defense world, Hu and Que were chosen for their talents and pit against each other since infancy by their respective families. Although they were far too young to understand the implications, they are said to have accepted each other as rivals without hesitation.In-game description
Bai Hu and Zhu Que are characters and a summonable vision from Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. A pair of wandering monks born into feuding families, their story and that of Qin's provide the background for the Global-exclusive event Yearning For Peace, during which all three were available as limited-time summons.
Bai Hu & Zhu Que are the first "double" unit to be Global exclusive, whereas Summer Fina & Lid are the first for to be released in general.
Appearance[edit | edit source]
Bai Hu is a young man with dark brown hair who wears a white vest with yellow pauldrons and white pants. He wears a white cape and yellow wristbands and belt. His outfit represents the White Tiger.
Zhu Que is a young woman with long white hair and brown eyes who wears a sleeveless red outfit with red separate sleeves and yellow details. Her outfit represents the Blood Phoenix.
Personality[edit | edit source]
Story[edit | edit source]
Bai Hu and Zhu Que were into rival families that practiced martial arts for generations. The two were chosen for their talents to be pitted as rivals at a young age. When they were invited to a feast at the house of a certain navy admiral, they both captivated by the lovely appearance of Qin, the admiral's son. Power, he gently told them, was something that they should use to help those who lack it, which struck a chord with Hu and Que. They took his words to heart and left their feuding families to set off on a journey together.
They helped many people in need during their travels, and grew as martial artists. After reaching a certain village they learned that their hometown had been caught in a political struggle, and decided to return home fearing for the life of Qin, who had changed their lives.
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
Bai Hu & Zhu Que are a 5-7★ Rare Summon. Their job is listed as Sworn Eight, and their role are Physical and Magical Damage. They has no innate element or status ailment resistances. Their Trust Master reward is the passive ability Saint's Aura, which increases their HP and MP by 10% and ATK and SPR by 30%, fills their LB gauge by 2 per turn, and auto-casts "Saint's Aura" (restores 5% HP to caster) every turn. Their Super Trust Master reward is the Celestial Bandages fist (ATK+90, SPR+155, HP +10%, MP +10%), which grants the passive Auto-Refresh, which refreshes 5% MP per turn.
Their awakening materials are the following:
- 6★ - Divine Crystal x15, Calamity Writ x10, Prismatic Horn x10, Calamity Gem x10, Fairies' Writ x5
- 7★ - Bai Hu & Zhu Que's Prism x1
Stats[edit | edit source]
Bai Hu & Zhu Que's stats at their highest levels are as follows (with no passive abilities taken into account), along with the maximum amount of stat points that can be increased through pot-enhancements:
Abilities[edit | edit source]
Bai Hu & Zhu Que have four ability slots. They have no magic affinity.
|Element Arts - Blazing Kick||Special||8|
|Element Arts - Tornado Punch||Special||8|
|Element Arts - Lightning Fist||Special||56|
|Element Arts - Seismic Kick||Special||56|
|White Tiger - Shattering Fist||Special||22||Chain: Divine Ruination|
|Blood Phoenix - Defensive Stance||Special||22||Chain: Divine Ruination|
|White Tiger - Piercing Claw||Special||44||Chain: Octaslash|
|Blood Phoenix - Burning Strike||Special||44||Chain: Octaslash|
|Way of the Fist||Passive||55|
|White Tiger - Tiger's Roar||Special||66|
|Blood Phoenix - Phoenix's Cry||Special||66|
|White Tiger Barrage||Special||88|
|Blood Phoenix Barrage||Special||88|
|Saint's Arts - Spirit Palm||Special||100||Unlocks Saint's Arts - True Spirit Palm|
|White Tiger - Limit Strike||Special||100|
|Blood Phoenix - Energy Burst||Special||100|
|Special Arts - Saint's Boost||Special||105||Cooldown: 5 turns. Unlocks Special Arts - Fusion Barrage.|
|Special Arts - Ferocious Tiger||Special||110||Cooldown: 3 turns. Chain: Divine Ruination|
|Special Arts - Swift Phoenix Strike||Special||110||Cooldown: 3 turns. Chain: Divine Ruination|
|Dual Saint Mastery||Passive||120|
|Saint's Arts - True Spirit Palm||Special||-||-||Unlocks Special Arts - Fusion Barrage|
|Special Arts - Fusion Barrage||Special||-||-|
- Limit Burst
Ultimate Art - Tiger & Phoenix Strike is Bai Hu & Zhu Que's Limit Burst. It is a physical attack that consist of 2 hits to one enemy: the first deals magic damage (which scales off their SPR) and the second does physical damage, and greatly increases Bai Hu & Zhu Que's ATK and SPR for five turns; depending on their rarity, it boosts them by 120% (5★), 150% (6★) or by 180% (7★).
Its damage modifier will depend on Bai Hu & Zhu Que's LB level:
Equipment[edit | edit source]
They can equip accessories.
Equipping their Trust Master reward (the passive ability Saint's Aura) will trigger their Trust ability "Saint's Bond", which increases their ATK and SPR by 10%, their Limit Burst damage by 30%, and their ATK and SPR by 20% when equipped with a fist.
They have an exclusive-effect weapon: the Giant Chopstick mace (ATK+60, SPR+40), which grants the passive Soulful Warriors when equipped by Bai Hu & Zhu Que. It was craftable with materials obtained in the event Yearning For Peace.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Etymology[edit | edit source]
Bai Hu and Zhu Que are the Chinese names for the White Tiger and the Vermilion Bird.
Vermilion Bird is one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. According to Wu Xing, the Taoist five-elemental system, it represents the fire-element, the direction south, and the season summer, correspondingly. Thus it is sometimes called the Vermilion Bird of the South.The
It is known as Zhuque (Joo-choo-eh) in Chinese, Suzaku in Japanese, Jujak in Korean, and Chu Tước in Vietnamese. It is described as a red bird that resembles a pheasant (also dubbed as either a sparrow or a peafowl) with a five-colored plumage and is perpetually covered in flames, though it is not to be confused for a phoenix.
White Tiger is one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. According to Wu Xing, the Taoist five-elemental system, it represents the metal-element, the direction west, and the autumn season. Thus it is sometimes called the White Tiger of the West. It is known as Bai Hu in Chinese, Byakko in Japanese, Baekho in Korean, and Bạch Hổ in Vietnamese.The