|ATK (Min/Max)||DEF (Min/Max)||HP (Min/Max)|
|Ascension 0||452 / 730||168 / 259||1336 / 2000|
|Ascension 1||857 / 1324||303 / 455||2318 / 3434|
|Ascension 2||1473 / 1914||508 / 651||3835 / 4886|
|Ascension 3||2135 / 2608||718 / 872||5470 / 6600|
Deals 200% damage to all enemies within 2 surrounding clusters and resets all tiles within the area of attack.
Deals 145% damage to 8 tiles in a cross shape.
Deals 145% damage to enemies in a cross shape to the maximum range.
An heirloom of Michenny's family that can be traced back to the founding of Lumopolis. As an item powered by the user's faith, the Scale of Judgment has the ability to judge its enemies, turning words into mental attacks.
Time to record today's costs! 1. The broken vase in the hallway: 80 Nightium...
2. The lunch that Vice made for the Navigator: -8 Nightium...
... Huh? How is Vice's lunch a negative cost?!
Because she burnt it, so the Navigator didn't get to eat it.
Oh! I get it... I think.
3. The Navigator's purchase of a new lunch: -188 Nightium...
Why is this also a negative cost?!
The lunch itself wasn't expensive, but the food was so good that he indulged in it, taking way too much time.
As a result, his work performance this afternoon was negatively impacted, thus the negative cost.
I see... You don't miss a single thing, huh?
Now, you've been here all this time, need me to assess anything?
N-No, I'm just a Witness!
Yeah! I was just here to verify the assessment! That's all...
(I really don't understand her...)
Common Gift. Best effect when given to Lumopolis Aurorians. Thin, delicate sheet of silver as light as feather. A favorite in Lumopolis.
Common Gift. Best effect when given to noble Aurorians. Compact, light, exquisitely sculpted silver bell believed by sophisticated folks to be a good luck charm.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to Lumopolis Aurorians. Lumamber packaged in gold. The primary gem of high-society Lumopolis.
Valuable Gift. Best effect when given to noble Aurorians. Rare ore that shines in different colors under different intensity of light. A present among nobles.
A rational, fair, and independent Lumo Tax Collector. However, people often say she is too indifferent and had become an 'emotionless monster'. She has a habit of converting the value of everything into gold for comparison purposes.
Nickname: Scale of Judgment
Birthday: October 23
Fighting Style: Scale of Judgment
I was somewhat too intimidated to speak to Miss Michenny when I first met her... Her eyes were like daggers! Even though I did nothing wrong, that didn't stop me from wondering whenever she gazed at me.
According to her, she was sent by the Lumopolis Gardens to assist us but the way he scoured around the Colossus with her giant scale told me otherwise!
But based on %s's recent observations, Miss Michenny has laid down many rules and everyone on the Colossus is enjoying a healthy daily routine...
Hmm... It belied her image but she's apparently not a bad person...
The Navigator of this Colossus, I presume? Pleased to meet you. You're younger than I thought. As you know, I'm from the Lumopolis Hall of Justice, responsible for certain judicial duties, and assisting the Chief Judge to deal with certain undecidable cases.
As for my apparent young age, I hope you can respect me just as I respect you, and let me assure you that I joined the Hall through proper tests. Except for the Chief Judge, perhaps no one knows the importance of order more than I do. I'm not bothered by others' frequent criticism of my overly detached approach, especially when it's not part of my job description.
My faith stemmed from my status. As a member of the Hall of Justice, discretion and value are the tenets of any public official.
The law governs everything, and Lumopolis has its own set it must follow. I don't think it's wrong to judge someone by their values, as long as I cast aside personal values in reaching a fair decision.
This has nothing to do with my nobility background. Law is not there to protect only them but everyone. As for those who test the boundaries, they will get the punishment they deserve—but that's also not part of my job.
After my father passed away, the Scale of Judgment was forced upon me. To me, I'm completely unclear as to what qualified me to inherit the Scale. Actually, a better description would be it chose me.
I was still little, then. My kin all questioned whether I have the strength to shoulder the responsibility of the entire clan. I myself contemplated giving up more than once...
But she—I'm referring to my mother, that is—held very high hopes for me. Perhaps because of it, I was knighted very soon and appointed to the Hall of Justice.
While the Scale is not much needed in my actual work with the Hall, it is the source of my faith and a constant reminder from my family...
My mother provided me with the traditional family education, also dubbed "independence training". Allegedly beginning from my infancy, no matter how big a tantrum I threw, she would only stare stoically. Even when I fell, she simply instructed me to stand up by myself. Since my earliest memory, I don't know what tears are, or how it feels to cry.
I must attest to how effective the training is. I became light-years ahead of my peers in tackling problems with maturity and composure. I quickly mastered all subjects at the Dawn Academy. Regardless of lessons or exams, I could discern the correct answer in a flash. I started to believe I really could revitalize my clan.
But I'm often at a loss for how to judge myself... Should I be bothered by the occasional feelings of loneliness and eagerness for love?
Good morning. You should cherish the Nightium you're holding.
Good evening. Please make a decision.
Michenny is handing out verdicts again, but this time it's probably gone too far...
The scale was given to us by Lumopolis. It is inseparable from the mission and significance of the entire family.
I do want to measure the value of the truth those people speak of.
White Night up high.
Unfortunately, ten normal Eclipsites don't even add up to worth 1 Nightium.
Lady Duke has helped me with a lot, but she doesn't seem to like it when I pay her Nightium.
I don't understand. Does she make her judgments based on her golden faith?
What do I like doing? Well, inspecting the scale, go through the account books and converting.
A fair person shouldn't assess things based on their own preferences... But I'm not good at dealing with ambiguous things.
It is a rare object that cannot be measured by the Judicial Order.
The expression of goodwill is based on equality. What do you want in return?
Why have you summoned me? I don't quite understand, but I'll assess how valuable I am to you.
This is the result of a small error...
A fair judgment should be made.
Happy New Year.
I understand. Raise the weight.
My potential has increased.
It's a clearer judgment.
I'll take back justice from the gods!
Are you worried about the time? Keep resting. Free time soothes your soul, which will create value.
I can now measure things more accurately.
The work of a tax collector isn't onerous. All I have to do is collect Nightium and make records. It's what I'm good at, so I can do it really quickly.
People often say I'm emotionless, but I think that the soul is the home for one's faith. Haven't I made my faith clear to everyone?
The value of things is determined by a measurement standard. For now, the city lord is more important while the captain of the guards is less. Their situations will be reversed after three years.
All old families eventually decline, but the legacy of fair judgments will remain... At least that's what has been reflected in my actions.
The Judicial Order is an item driven by faith. With the benchmark as one's belief, people are measured through the asking of questions. There are no right and wrong, just the degree of importance.
Is the one who judges others tried on the same basis? I believe the answer is yes. Only by so, can true fairness be judged by the human eyes—
I often wonder about the value of me talking to you here... Don't mind me, I only do this out of habit.
I can vaguely feel that you have a different value. What is this... bonus? What makes you different from others?
Sometimes, I'll suddenly have the urge to pay you ten Nightium. Is this weird? But I understand it, just like how I understand what you mean to me.
I'm sorry, I... I'm useless with anything other than a scale.
Do you understand that there's no such thing as right or wrong with most things in this world, only the degree of importance?
Neither underestimate nor overestimate... Easier said than done.
Welcome back. This is the best time to work—you'll be able to make at least ten Nightium.
Good morning. I suggest that you do three Nightium's worth of exercise—the value you may get out of it will double.
Will you take the time to do a summary worth one Nightium after a day's activity?
I won't nag you to rest. No matter what you choose to do, it is of value as long as it is of your own will.
Nice to meet you. I measure things, but your value is based on your performance, not my measurements.
Please confirm the counterweight.
Indifferent and utilitarianism exist for a reason, similar to talent and weapons, which at least let me survive better.
It is universally accepted to use reason as a criterion for judgment, but the truth is that we dare not use our emotions instead because we cannot control them properly.
Not being affected by emotions helps me make fairer decisions, but I was saddened by mom's injustice when she called me an emotionless monster.
For a fair judgment.
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|1. HP increased by 200.|
|2. Increased by 25+5%Basic DEF.|
|3. Increased by 200+5%Basic max HP.|
|4. Active Skill Enhancement: Changes Active Skill to Preemptive Strike. Available upon entering combat.|