|ATK (Min/Max)||DEF (Min/Max)||HP (Min/Max)|
|Ascension 0||477 / 795||163 / 267||1313 / 2194|
|Ascension 1||928 / 1462||312 / 487||2502 / 3984|
|Ascension 2||1612 / 2115||541 / 706||4353 / 5749|
|Ascension 3||2337 / 2878||773 / 951||6278 / 7779|
Teleports to any position within 12 tiles in a cross shape.
Deals 150% damage to the 2 nearest enemies.
Deals 150% damage to the 3 nearest enemies.
Deals 150% damage to the 4 nearest enemies.
When Kya became a courier, she was already carrying this weapon at her side, and it has served her well ever since, accompanying her to safely deliver mail around the world. She continues carrying this crossbow, believing that as long as she has it, even if danger finds her during her job, she'll still make her deliveries on time.
Common Gift. Best effect given to Independent Aurorians. Lightweight, compact dehydrated ration popular among small settlements.
Common Gift. Best effect when given to Aurorians with childlike innocence. Loved by anyone who's a child at heart. It comes in five flavors and you can blow whistles with it.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to Independent Aurorians. Magical wonder-potion that can make a doctor out of anyone in some settlements.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to Aurorians with childlike innocence. Entertainment product for anyone who's a child at heart. Players play by verbal descriptions.
Although she's just a rookie, she is also one of the few conscientious and responsible individuals in the Courier Union. However, her overly strict adherence to the union's rules sometimes leads to mistakes.
Nickname: Kyanite on Snow
Birthday: December 28
Birthplace: Northland, Faar Village
Affiliation: The Independent (Courier Union)
Fighting Style: Flying Feather Charge
Now that I think of it, Kya has lived on the Colossus for some time now, but not many people have actually seen her. In her own words, she's always either delivering mail or on her way to deliver mail. The reason she's staying on the Colossus is so that she can deliver letters faster. Although her strenuous efforts and conscientious work ethic are impressive, I sometimes wish she could stop for a moment and reflect... I ran into her at the bridge one day—she was planning on hanging a rope from the bridge and sliding directly down to the ground! She said it was because the Courier Union's code states that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, so she always tries to go in a straight line when delivering mail. Fortunately, I grabbed her letter bag before it was too late and stopped her from sliding down. Why would she risk her life like that? You have no idea how heavy that letter bag was... I used all my strength to pull her up, I can still feel the pain when I think of that moment...
My hometown is a remote village somewhere up in the mountains. You've probably never heard of it. Faar Village, Northland... I told you you wouldn't know it. It's in the middle of nowhere and people rarely travel there, so it's to be expected that you don't know it. I remember that, when I was young, the world seemed only as big as Faar Village. That was until a courier appeared in the village—Emerald. She brought a letter from the faraway city of Umbraton to the people of Faar Village—a letter from a villager who left when he was young to wander the world. After establishing a foothold in Umbraton, he wrote to his parents, who were still in Faar Village, to let them know all was well. That was the first time I realized there was such a big world outside, and the great unknown slowly began to unfold before me. I couldn't wait to explore it for myself. However, I was still young, and my parents didn't let me leave the village, so I began to look forward to Emerald's visits every day. But that one time, she didn't arrive as scheduled...
People told me that villagers would rarely leave Faar before Emerald started coming there, and few outsiders would visit. After the first letter from Emerald, the village gradually became connected to the outside world. Emerald started coming more and more frequently, delivering letters and strange objects. However, I was more curious about Emerald herself, and always pestered her, asking constantly about the outside world and her work as a courier. So anyway, this time, she came three days later than expected. I was so anxious, I couldn't even eat or sleep—I was worried that she had had an accident. Fortunately, she came in the end. Although her clothes were torn and her skin was red with the bite of the cold wind, she still wore that warm smile on her face. She said that she ran into danger while traveling through a mountain forest in Northland—the vast mountains and forests of Northland are covered with ice and snow that never melts. I didn't understand why she'd put herself in such danger to send letters. She said it was part of a courier's duty.
"Every letter and every package, carries the feelings and expectations of its sender. Couriers are the bridge between the sender and the recipient. If you accept the responsibility of sending mail, you must deliver it, regardless of the difficulties and dangers you encounter along the way." This is what Emerald, who had just been through such an ordeal, said to me. It was these words that first made me consider becoming a courier. Emerald eventually retired from the Courier Union and returned to her hometown, Faar Village. I asked Emerald to become my teacher, and began learning how to be a courier. After studying for several years, I finally joined the Courier Union and began my career as a courier. In the first year, I traveled between several branches to offer assistance where I could, which allowed me to make contact with several elders. This meant I was able to ask them for advice and benefit from their years of experience. Just when I thought I was ready to stand on my own two feet, something happened...
As I was on my way to deliver a letter, I encountered a group of children besieged by Eclipsites. There was no time to inform my coworkers—an attack was imminent. For the sake of rescuing those children, I had to risk my life, all alone. As a result... it's embarrassing to say, but I found myself trapped with the children. Huh? You think I was brave, facing the Eclipsites alone? Well, of course, I'm a courier all children love and trust... In an attempt to avoid the Eclipsites, I hid the children in a hollow tree. The Eclipsites wandered around nearby, refusing to give up. It was under this tremendous emotional strain that I awakened! I summoned my own Speaker—a blue jay called Karnet. Karnet helped me send word to the Courier Union, and with the help of my union mates, who arrived just in time, the Eclipsites were finally driven away. The children cheered, hailing me as their hero! They called me the most amazing courier... So, I'm a hero and the most amazing courier... but I don't really care about flattering names like that.
A small package arrived at my door. Did you send it?
Are you free right now?
Sorry! We're going to have to cancel our plans for today...
It's strange... Karnet seems to have grown.
Good morning. We're having breakfast, wanna join us?
Hmm... I can't eat this stuff.
What are you doing?
Good evening. Do you think you can help me find happiness?
Still not asleep?
Seeing how heavy Kya's letter bag is, you volunteer to accompany her as she delivers the mail but end up meeting a weeping recipient...
The Courier Union is a great organization and an essential bridge of communication for people.
Each place has its own unique character. I hope to one day explore every inch of the entire continent.
The Courier Union—safe, punctual, and confidential.
Even if Eclipsites wanted to send letters, I wouldn't deliver any for them.
I don't know how someone like Dove managed to get into the Courier Union... Every time I see her, she's idling around without even an ounce of the urgency a proper courier should have.
Naroxel is a respectable senior and manager. She's my role model!
Punctuality is the greatest of virtues.
Hmph... Late again... Can you not be like that?
It's not easy sending letters here at all!
Checking the map... Gotta memorize every inch of this thing.
Any news you want me to pass on? I'll make sure I deliver it on time!
*Sniffle* I hope no one finds out about this.
I want to send this joy to everyone!
The New Year is the busiest time for me, but I'm also just happy to deliver everyone's blessings to them!
Gotta run faster!
I see all, I hear all.
Another successful delivery!
I wish I had a perfect memory... If I did, I wouldn't make any silly mistakes. I-I didn't send something today to the wrong address! I mean, I got the letter back before it was too late!
What are you holding? It looks very special... Ahem, but as a courier who has traveled all over the continent, I've seen it all.
That road is really close, but there's no record of it on the Union map, so I can't use it. Hmm... but we've been running in circles. Maybe I should listen to you just this once.
Is this where the annual market is held? I really want to have a look... No! I must deliver these letters without even a moment's delay!
I'm a member of the Courier Union, which means I always stand on my own two feet, even if I fall... Ouch! No, don't help me... I can get up by myself.
From a historical point of view, ruins are also like couriers, sending us information about ancient civilizations and cultures. Don't underestimate me! I've read my fair share of big books.
I heard that before the Courier Union was founded, Aurorians delivered mail by riding horses or running on foot. That must've been so difficult...
Rediesel salty fried tinned fish with chili sauce? Do people actually eat that!? Well, I certainly wouldn't! You highly recommend it? Hmm... I guess I'll try just one bite...
If something good happens to me, can I write to you? I want to pass the smile on my face to yours, hehe.
Writing is a very romantic form of communication. So... could you write me a letter? You can write anything you like.
Give me your letter, and rest assured, I won't lose it! But your letter... No, I won't peek, really... Hmm...
I'm in last place in this month's delivery rankings... Navigator, do you want to send a letter? I'll even pay the postage—just give it to me!
The Union map says to go straight, but there's a wall up ahead and a road on the left. What should I do? I could... climb over the wall?
Hello! Courier Kya here, bringing you your latest mail! Please check it carefully!
I come from a remote village called Faar that's so... well, far, that barely anyone visits. When I was a kid, the world was only as big as Faar in my eyes.
Emerald was my teacher. She inspired me to join the Courier Union and became a courier.
My most memorable experience so far... would have to be when I ran into a bunch of kids surrounded by Eclipsites while I was on a delivery!
I'll handle this!
+0CD teleport is… unique, especially at high-rarity
+Can enable with Tessa in budget clears
-Anemic damage, even in single-target
-Strong competition in Teleporter niche; no other utility
Kya has the unique distinction of being the only high-rarity unit with a 0CD teleport. Is that enough to really set her apart from the crowd? Not particularly. Her damage isn’t much better than long-time benchwarmers Mia and Vivian, and she doesn’t really offer much other utility. Still, she’s more than capable of getting through most casual content, and may have a place on certain beginner teams that use Tessa.
|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: The number of stacks required for Blink of an Eye reduces to 5. (Valid for Ascension III)|
|3. Increased by 250+5%Basic max HP.|
|4. Increased by 30+5%Basic DEF.|
|5. Equipment Skill Enhancement: Each skill trigger will generate 1 stack of Kyanite Power. Each stack of Kyanite Power will increase Kya's Equipment Skill damage by 5%.|