Don't dillydally here. Let's go awaken the crystals.
I couldn't finish 'em. Looks like this's gonna get complicated.
This bubbly bearer of the performer's asterisk is a teamwork pro. She uses her singing to dramatically raise her allies' P.Atk and increase BP, then attack en masse.
Stats[edit | edit source]
Battle[edit | edit source]
Praline will start off by using her Love Power ability to increase the attack power of all of the enemies on the field, and then she will attack. Periodically, she will use One More for You to increase the BP of one of her allies, and she will eventually recast Love Power when it wears off. If both of her allies are defeated, she will summon new ones with lower HP using her Bodyguards ability.
Strategy[edit | edit source]
First World[edit | edit source]
Defeat her bodyguards first before she casts Love Power twice, the guards become dangerous when their attack is 150%. Using status effects such as Sleep or Stop on her guards is also very effective as she will not summon new guards until the previous ones have been eliminated.
Her strategy does not change in subsequent battles in the second and third world, though her HP and stats (along with her Black Blades) are raised significantly.
Fourth World[edit | edit source]
At Eisen Bridge, her battle is seemingly the same as the previous worlds, though Praline has improved physical attack damage and a new ability, My Hero, increasing the BP of all allies by 1. Also, upon reaching half her HP, Jackal makes a surprise appearance and fights alongside her. It is advised the player continue attacking Praline due to her already sustaining major damage and that Jackal, though dangerous when buffed by Praline, does not need to be defeated in battle. The battle ends once either of the two are defeated.
It should be noted that Praline loses her ability to summon Bodyguards once Jackal comes into battle, and subsequently in the battle at Ancheim and the Fifth World.
Fifth World[edit | edit source]
Praline battles alongside Barras, Alternis, and Barbarossa, which can be difficult. With her Love Power bolstering the trio's already strong damage outputs and My Hero granting them multiple-turn beat down capabilities, the player may opt to take her down first.