|ATK (Min/Max)||DEF (Min/Max)||HP (Min/Max)|
|Ascension 0||415 / 616||121 / 194||1096 / 1714|
|Ascension 1||739 / 1076||237 / 361||2010 / 3049|
|Ascension 2||1218 / 1535||413 / 529||3409 / 4387|
|Ascension 3||1740 / 2081||596 / 721||4910 / 5962|
Converts 4 nearest Green tiles to Blue.
Deals 155% damage to 8 tiles in a cross shape.
Deals 160% damage to 16 tiles in a radial shape.
Deals 165% damage in a radial shape to the maximum range.
It looks like it once belonged to some kind of deep-sea monster, and though Kleken claims that he created this tentacle using his own special Luminatics. Its true source is unknown.
Now then, my friend, how would you like to see something truly amazing?
Found in the furthest reaches of the Rediesel Desert, I present to you... A sandworm coin!
A sandworm coin? I've never heard of anything like that...
And for good reason, too! There is but a single one of these in all of Astra!
It would lose even more value, if the whole world had known of it.
Is that so? So how much is it worth?
That all depends on how sincere you are about it, my friend.
Ha... Hahaha! Putting your faith in my sincerity isn't something I'd do.
If I told you I absolutely, positively, 100% did not want it, would you still sell it to me?
Please, my friend. I can see how you truly feel!
For this beautiful, one-of-a-kind sandworm coin that I'm practically giving away... I only ask for a modest 5,556 Nightium. Do we have a deal?
No problem, here you go.
(Wait a minute... This coin... It's just a flat rock!)
(Hang on... This money... It's counterfeit!)
Common Gift. Best effect when given to Umbraton Aurorians. Replica of different famous paintings. Popular in Umbraton.
Common Gift. Best effect when given to Aurorians into esoterica. Famous for its odd appearance, this insect attracts collectors of curios.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to Umbraton Aurorians. Only certain tycoons in Umbraton get an occasional sip of this precious libation.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to Aurorians into esoterica. The crystallized spiky fossil of an unknown creature for the extremely curios collectors.
A polite, relaxed gentleman and a habitual liar, he also happens to be an infamous scam artist in Umbraton. If you ever hear the truth from him, it's probably the end of the world.
Nickname: Tentacles in Tuxedo
Birthday: January 26 (alleged)
Fighting Style: Illusory Tentacle
I heard that Mr. Kleken captivated the hearts of all the women on the Colossus on the very day he arrived. Even I couldn't hold back a sigh when I first saw him. His beautiful face is really attractive to women, but men are probably sick of it.
Although I'm not entirely sure why such a gentleman has come to our Colossus, I heard he had come because he was interested in a certain cute warrior.
Could this cute warrior be the navigator of our Colossus?
I don't know what Mr. Kleken is really planning, but I'm sure the little creatures he has hiding under his cloak will be of great help...
I've waited a long time for you, brave pilot.
If you want to know why I'm waiting for you, my advice to you is that you shouldn't worry so much about such trivial things since our meeting is inevitable.
Here there is no chaos from the deep sea. Everyone here, including you, have this bright smell that is quite unpleasant to me. That being said, me and the little creatures under my cloak seem to like you.
Of course, I'm not saying anything strange, and I don't think I look like a sinister person. However, if you don't want to be dragged into the deep sea by some creature, you better be careful as the monsters of the deep sea covet the existence of light at all times.
Why that look? I'm merely talking to myself.
Are you looking at these tentacles? They might consider letting you go if you compliment them that they're cute. After all, they like the aura of Light the most, like me. But certainly, if you suddenly feel like seeing them, you're welcome to come visit me when it rains.
They're really cute, but you shouldn't underestimate them. I mean, stop trying to touch them, because I'm not taking any responsibility if you get hurt.
Although I did rely on this ability to stay in Umbraton, to me, Umbraton isn't the only interesting place out there. It's just that there are more real humans here than on that white island, which makes it more interesting.
What's more, I don't think I'll be able to find any work that's more leisurely than this.
Come to think of it, you do remind me of the Shadowlord. Would you still choose to believe me even when you know I'm lying? I've already told you before: don't believe what you see, don't believe what you hear, and don't believe a single word by the Scam Artist. That's because it's a monster who will return to the deep sea one day...
Back to the matter at hand! My decision to temporarily stay in Umbraton is partly because of the Shadowlord and partly because I can't feel anything real on that white island. Even a water source will dry up if things are too boring. So, between up and down, I chose down.
The Shadowlord told me that a rather interesting person had appeared while mounted on a giant dragon. Maybe this is the feeling of realness I'm searching for. Well, I can feel my tentacles getting restless. So, do you think I'm telling a lie right now?
What is it? Why do you look so guarded? Let me tell you a lie now—I won't tell lies all the time if I'm talking to you.
Well, since my boring joke couldn't satisfy you, let me tell you a story. There was once a young child who didn't know how to face the cruel reality. He was in so much pain that he lost his emotions and was only able to see the appearance of the deep sea in his dreams. He grew up in a garbage-filled slum. By keeping himself well-informed, he avoided various threats and searched for anything that would allow him to keep surviving. After that, he lived a long, boring, suffocating peaceful life until someone appeared to smash the tranquility and make waves on the sea surface again...
I think we should change the subject now, unless you want to be dragged under the sea by some cute monsters.
Whether you saw it or not, you must follow my instructions.
Warrior, how did your conversation with Shadowlord go?
Navigator, please reply before the deep sea swallows this place again.
Hello, may I ask you a question?
Good morning, you must be awake by now.
The sun has just reached its zenith.
It's raining. What a perfect day to go out.
The creature from the deep-sea is watching you...
The sun is just rising.
Navigator, if you had to choose...
Good evening, adorable warrior.
It's now late, Isn't it?
Hydrad was surprised to see you and his attitude toward Kleken soured after hearing that you didn't go to Lumopolis. You realized that Hydrad and Kleken didn't seem to get along. When you asked him, Hydrad started to tell you a story...
The Istvan Gang sent three letters to you and asked you to meet them with one of the letters. After recording all the information from your investigation, you make your final decision...
Kleken invites you in a roundabout way to play a game of predictions. You don't realize his true intent until the very end...
Kleken invites you to play Dibury's Map that he received as a gift, and tells you a marvelous story about him and the Map.
In an illusory fortress lies a complex heart, enacting a fictional tale that reflects his reality.
I can find even more forms of entertainment in a chaotic environment, not to mention there are many humans I love there.
Hypocrisy is an art. That little white island uses it but doesn't know anything about it.
The tentacles are watching you.
Even the deep sea has things as meaningless as dust... such as the Eclipsites.
How can dog owners trust the loyalty of another species? Is it because dogs wag their tails?
Why does that angry dragon always look sluggish? How interesting.
Overcast rainy days, ancient books, and stories from "An Adventurer's Voyage"—guess which one do I like?
I dislike boring things, as well as lies... so, I told the truth.
Is this called a Colossus? Monsters are quite common in the deep sea, so maybe it comes from the deep sea.
I'm really happy to see you. I mean this sincerely, of course.
What's this feeling? I seem to be able to feel your trust. Do I feel it out of love, brave sailor?
Am I responsible for your expression now...?
So sorry, we've failed.
The fog is already thick enough.
We are greeting a new year tomorrow.
Who do you want to lie to?
My lies have become better. Sadly, this is also a lie.
When fog condenses into water, fiction becomes reality.
The silent door opens, revealing the deep sea.
An event is taking place in Umbraton today, and it'll be a pity if you don't go... Don't tell me you are really thinking of going.
I don't feel any improvement.
There's no human that's extra special as all of them have a past and carry secrets. I love how everyone is the same. As for the Aurorian... What is it?
There isn't much difference between the lie and the truth. There isn't even a boundary. When I say "this sentence is a lie", it's meaningless whether it's true or false.
If you're curious about the mysterious deep sea, just climb up to Lumopolis and sleep in the hall to get there.
Brave sailors, don't mistake the tentacles for small islands. If you can't even tell between the true and the false, it will be, very, dangerous.
Watch out for the monsters lurking in the deep sea. They surface to attack ships that sailing by just to abduct a few of their favorite sailors.
A wandering observer like me always tries to keep himself uninvolved, but I find that I'm always a step too late when I want to intervene... So, I need to be even tougher.
Isn't it convenient to immediately tell if someone is telling the truth or not? If you can identify the true information... you won't say "no", right?
I'm always able to hide the truth in lies, and I always hope that the person listening to me can tell what I'm really thinking. Do you believe me? I mean, you do look quite naive.
Don't worry and don't be afraid. No matter what, that monster with the cute tentacles hopes that all brave sailors will see the sun rising over the sea.
It's dangerous to simply touch the tentacles, like if you touch Leona's dragon, you'll get injured.
This place will also be submerged one day. You should escape with me before that happens.
I must leave or else a terrifying fellow will catch up to me. Don't wait for me—farewell.
Welcome back, brave sailor. The deep sea has predicted your arrival.
I'm very happy to see you, but you're too early. I was going to secretly escape while you were gone.
All the sporadic lights are about to disappear. What about you? Do you want to still stay here with me?
You are still here at this hour! Do you want to go to the deep sea with me? I know now...
Nice to meet you. I'm a scam artist and... just call me Kleken. Please don't trust my words, including what I'm saying now. Don't believe in anything I say.
Is what you see the truth?
In Umbraton, tentacles naturally appear when it rains. As long as your cloak is wet and opened at a 50-degree angle or more, they will appear beside you.
A monster mentioned in ancient records acquired human feelings but became troubled after he came ashore because he didn't know how to survive on land.
When the raging Wrecker swept through the land, the monsters caught by the tentacles wanted to avoid the crisis, only to find they had nowhere to go. Ultimately, they were all devoured by the Shadowlord.
You seem to... trust me? What a surprise.
Kleken believes that men should also take sunscreen seriously, and that is why he chose this heroic three-piece swimsuit perfect for both deep-sea adventuring and blocking out the sun. Following the classic color code of Umbraton, this outfit strongly echoes Kleken's trademark style. The deep open collar helps to dissipate the summer heat, and it also seems like it can accommodate a few more tentacles. Besides, the sun-shielding attachment allows even the most solar-adverse gentleman to move freely around the beach where there's no place to hide from the sun's rays. This outfit even allows Kleken to appear more comfortable in the water, and seems to convey the message that he wishes to enjoy a glass of wine with you in the shallows.
Preemptive Converter (A)
+Preemptive conversion is vital
-Somewhat weak outside of converter value
-Equipment is actively annoying (recommended to leave at level 9 if you do decide to invest)
Despite having a Chain Combo thats whatever, Kleken's status as a preemptive Converter means that he's still a good character. The Fear on his Equipment can be annoying to manage, but Kleken's version of it is at least somewhat controllable. You'll be happy to roll him and happy to run him regardless.
Note: All the 4-tile preemptive converters should be viewed as SS-tier for the purposes of 95% of the game. The SS-tier converters are all out of reach unless you whale or are patient and the 4-tile preemptive converters are all capable of handling all content together up to 80+ spire.
|EXP||Bonus (Not stackable)|
Unlocks new Files and Dialogs
Unlocks new File
Unlocks new Dialogs
Unlocks new File
Unlocks new Files and Dialogs
|1. HP increased by 250.|
|2. Active Skill Enhancement: If the skill was ready in the last round, increases the tile-converting count by 1 in this round.|
|3. Increased by 250+5%Basic max HP.|
|4. Increased by 30+5%Basic DEF.|
|5. Active Skill Enhancement: Increases tile-converting count by 1.|