Miyamoto Musashi

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5★
153
Saber
Miyamoto Musashi
宮本武蔵
Attack
1,860 - 12,037 (13,176)
HP
1,999 - 13,635 (14,938)
Cost
16
Star Absorption
100
Star Generation
10%
NP Charge Attack
0.87%
NP Charge Defense
3%
Death Rate
35%
Growth Curve
Linear
Attribute
Man
Alignment
Chaotic Good

Traits: Servant, Humanoid, Chaotic, Good, Eastern, Asian, Weak to Enuma Elish, FGO Newcomer, Ally of Justice, Female, Chaotic Good
Also Known As: Bennosuke, Niten Douraku, Shinmen Musashi no Kami, Fujiwara Harunobu

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Number of Hits: Icon quick.png 3 | Icon arts.png 3 | Icon Buster.png 2 | Icon extra.png 4


Active Skills

Starts with this Skill

Skill Icon Double Attack.png
  • Double the number of hits for each attack (power is reduced by 50% per hit but gain power increase for each skill level) for 1 turn.

Targets: Self
Cooldown: 8 / 7 / 6

Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Damage + 0% 3% 6% 9% 12% 15% 18% 21% 24% 30%

Unlocks at 1st Ascension

Skill Icon Invul Pierce.png
  • Increase your Buster Card effectivness (1 turn)

Targets: Self
Cooldown: 7 / 6 / 5

Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Buster + 30% 32% 34% 36% 38% 40% 42% 44% 46% 50%

Unlocks at 3rd Ascension

Skill Icon Invul.png
  • Increase your Critical Star Drop Rate (3 turns)
  • Removes own debuffs.
  • Grant self invincibility (1 turn)

Targets: Self
Cooldown: 8 / 7 / 6

Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
CStar Drop+ 10% 12% 14% 16% 18% 20% 22% 24% 26% 30%

Passive Skills

Magic Resistance A
Skill Icon Magic Resistance.png
Increase your Debuff Resist by 20%.

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Noble Phantasm

Rikudou Gorin · Kurikara Tenshou
Five Planes of the Six Realms, The Divine Figure of Kurikara A

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  • Deals powerful damage to one target
  • Removes all buffs from target.
  • Overcharge: NP Damage Up (1 turn)
    [This effect activates first.]

Targets:
Type: Anti-Unit
Hits: 7

Level 1 2 3 4 5
Damage + 600% 800% 900% 950% 1000%
Overcharge 100% 200% 300% 400% 500%
NP Damage Up + 20% 30% 40% 50% 60%

Ascension

Ascension QP Items
1st
100,000
Saber Piecex5
2nd
300,000
Saber Piecex12
Proof of Herox22
3rd
1,000,000
Saber Monumentx5
Octuplet Crystalsx10
Eternal Gearx5
4th
3,000,000
Saber Monumentx12
Eternal Gearx10
Heart of the Foreign Godx5

Skill Reinforcement

Level QP Items
2nd
200,000
Gem of Saberx5
3rd
400,000
Gem of Saberx12
4th
1,200,000
Magic Gem of Saberx5
5th
1,600,000
Magic Gem of Saberx12
Octuplet Crystalsx5
6th
4,000,000
Secret Gem of Saberx5
Octuplet Crystalsx10
7th
5,000,000
Secret Gem of Saberx12
Proof of Herox15
8th
10,000,000
Proof of Herox29
Void's Dustx12
9th
12,000,000
Void's Dustx36
Primordial Lanugox15
10th
20,000,000
Crystallized Lore


Stats

Strength
B
Endurance
B
Agility
B
Mana
E
Luck
B
Noble Phantasm
B

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Bond Level

Bond Level 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Bond Required 6,000 6,125 6,125 6,125 6,125 282,500 300,000 320,000 340,000 370,000
Total Bond 6,000 12,125 18,250 24,375 30,500 313,000 613,000 933,000 1,273,000 1,643,000
Bond 10 Reward Icon CE 0416.png Buddhism of Emptiness
When equipped on Miyamoto Musashi,
Increases NP Damage by 30%.&lt*br/&gt*Grants unit immunity to debuffs 3 times.


Lore

CHARACTER INFO


A swordsman from the early Edo Period, famous as the strongest swordmaster in Japanese history.
Learned in the “Niten Ichi-ryu”, a school that was supposedly founded by Musashi, an expert of “dual wielding” that employs a long sword and a short sword.
... Or so it should have been, but seems that her circumstances are somehow different from the Musashi that left his name in history.

BOND 1

Height: 167cm
Weight: 56kg
Origin: History
Region: Japan
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Gender: Female
“My formal name? Shinmen Musashi-no-Kami Fujiwara no Harunobu. Still, it’s easier if you just call me Musashi.”

BOND 2

“Eh? The ‘Musashi’ in this world is a man?
And also extremely famous? What a surprise!”

As you see, the person herself has a relaxed, open attitude, and she never gets worked up.
Having no particular interest in victory or prestige, yet slovenly with alcohol, a sucker for money and weak against free food.
However, all those who confronted and were beaten by her in battle said this in the end:

---a vibrant flower of tengen(1).
Her sword reaches the heights of nothingness.

In the proper history, Musashi was born in Oohara, Sakushu (modern day Mimasaka, in the Okayama prefecture), at 1584.

BOND 3


His father was a practitioner of martial arts named Shinmen Munisai, who served as an instructor of martial arts to the Shinmen House of lords of the Takayama Castle, and who received the name of Shinmen from his employer’s family. Shinmen Munisai built a dojo of jutte techniques in the Miyamoto village of the Yoshino district, and Musashi would later call himself “Miyamoto” due having this land as his hometown.
He left behind many anecdotes and went through numerous battles against martial artists upon reaching adulthood - especially during the ten years of his 20s. Those famous bouts are even now seen as a staple of the entertainment industry.
However, the truth behind the episodes of these ten years of battle is mostly wrapped in mystery and there are strong suspicions about them being mere fiction.

Cheerful and openhearted, a female swordsman that is lively yet dignified.
Constantly full of pride, acting complacently, but that does not mean she is looking down on her opponent. She is merely enjoying life.
Her way of expressing emotions is somewhat great. She greatly laughs and gets greatly surprised.
While she has a broad-minded personality that laughs off at most things, due being “someone who masters the way of the sword” at her roots, she is very dry and severe in regards to the taking of lives.

That being said, she falls in love easily and likes to be depended on very much.
She also likes to be praised very much. Weak to flattery. A banchou disposition that loves a brawl. Although she has a sense of justice, she never preaches to be righteous herself.
Fundamentally a carefree wandering vagabond, but she becomes ruthless when coming across scenes such as “an one-sided massacre”, “trampling on people’s dignity, convictions for fun” or “stealing my food when I’m hungry”.

BOND 4


Heavenly Eye: A
Heavenly Eye is regarded as “the power to accomplish an objective”.
Once she has decided to do something, she will devote her body and soul to its fulfillment and achieve it without fail. You might say that this is something that she places her entire existence on her gaze and projects it onto her objective.
In Musashi’s case, her Heavenly Eye is pointed only at the deed of “cutting a certain place”.
For example, once she has decided to “cut the opponent’s right arm”, she will server said right arm by taking all and every measures.
As a result, her attack becomes the optimal answer for a slash - “a sword stroke without anything pointless, which makes even time and space yield”.
A power to take all the “measures for the sake of achieving an objective” and “narrowing them down to one”.
You might as well say that this is an extremely unique set of mystic eyes, which confines the naturally infinite futures into “just a single” result.

BOND 5
Nothingness: A
The highest order a swordsman can attain. The ultimate mental state.
It corresponds to the concept of suigetsu(2) of the Yagyuu Shinkage-ryu.
One is nothing, thus invincible. Only a swordsman who has reached the infinite mental state can perceive this.

The Book of Five Rings
Right before death, Musashi compiled the mental state he attained during his lifetime, his cultivated techniques, into one book.
Divided into the five volumes of Earth, Water, Fire, Wind and Void, this book was the culmination of the human being called “Musashi”.
The Book of Five Rings gives an outline of the Niten Ichi-ryu and explains its ideology as an art of war in the Book of Earth, explains concrete techniques on the Book of Water, talks about the art of war in the dimensions of tactics and strategy, and - just like the above-mentioned - explains the fundamental understanding of the Niten Ichi-ryu by means of a repudiation of other schools.
Finally, it has been said that Musashi’s own understanding about “emptiness”, as well as the above-mentioned technique of “confrontation”, has been written down on the Book of Void.

(1): roughly, center of heaven. In ancient Chinese cosmology, the tengen was the source from which all creation grew from, the “vitality of heavens”.

(2): moon on the water. In a broad way, this is a notion that a master warrior can easily perceive his opponent’s intentions so long he maintains a calm state of mind, but not so much when he is agitated. Just like the reflection of the moon on the water.



CHARACTER INFO




BOND 1



BOND 2



BOND 3



BOND 4



BOND 5



CHARACTER INFO


A swordsman from the early Edo Period, famous as the strongest swordmaster in Japanese history.
Learned in the “Niten Ichi-ryu”, a school that was supposedly founded by Musashi, an expert of “dual wielding” that employs a long sword and a short sword.
... Or so it should have been, but seems that her circumstances are somehow different from the Musashi that left his name in history.

BOND 1

Height: 167cm
Weight: 56kg
Origin: History
Region: Japan
Alignment: Chaotic Good
Gender: Female


BOND 2

“Eh? The ‘Musashi’ in this world is a man?
And also extremely famous? What a surprise!”

As you see, the person herself has a relaxed, open attitude, and she never gets worked up.
Having no particular interest in victory or prestige, yet slovenly with alcohol, a sucker for money and weak against free food.
However, all those who confronted and were beaten by her in battle said this in the end:

---a vibrant flower of tengen(1).
Her sword reaches the heights of nothingness.

In the proper history, Musashi was born in Oohara, Sakushu (modern day Mimasaka, in the Okayama prefecture), at 1584.

BOND 3


His father was a practitioner of martial arts named Shinmen Munisai, who served as an instructor of martial arts to the Shinmen House of lords of the Takayama Castle, and who received the name of Shinmen from his employer’s family. Shinmen Munisai built a dojo of jutte techniques in the Miyamoto village of the Yoshino district, and Musashi would later call himself “Miyamoto” due having this land as his hometown.
He left behind many anecdotes and went through numerous battles against martial artists upon reaching adulthood - especially during the ten years of his 20s. Those famous bouts are even now seen as a staple of the entertainment industry.
However, the truth behind the episodes of these ten years of battle is mostly wrapped in mystery and there are strong suspicions about them being mere fiction.

Cheerful and openhearted, a female swordsman that is lively yet dignified.
Constantly full of pride, acting complacently, but that does not mean she is looking down on her opponent. She is merely enjoying life.
Her way of expressing emotions is somewhat great. She greatly laughs and gets greatly surprised.
While she has a broad-minded personality that laughs off at most things, due being “someone who masters the way of the sword” at her roots, she is very dry and severe in regards to the taking of lives.

That being said, she falls in love easily and likes to be depended on very much.
She also likes to be praised very much. Weak to flattery. A banchou disposition that loves a brawl. Although she has a sense of justice, she never preaches to be righteous herself.
Fundamentally a carefree wandering vagabond, but she becomes ruthless when coming across scenes such as “an one-sided massacre”, “trampling on people’s dignity, convictions for fun” or “stealing my food when I’m hungry”.

BOND 4


Heavenly Eye: A
Heavenly Eye is regarded as “the power to accomplish an objective”.
Once she has decided to do something, she will devote her body and soul to its fulfillment and achieve it without fail. You might say that this is something that she places her entire existence on her gaze and projects it onto her objective.
In Musashi’s case, her Heavenly Eye is pointed only at the deed of “cutting a certain place”.
For example, once she has decided to “cut the opponent’s right arm”, she will server said right arm by taking all and every measures.
As a result, her attack becomes the optimal answer for a slash - “a sword stroke without anything pointless, which makes even time and space yield”.
A power to take all the “measures for the sake of achieving an objective” and “narrowing them down to one”.
You might as well say that this is an extremely unique set of mystic eyes, which confines the naturally infinite futures into “just a single” result.

BOND 5
Nothingness: A
The highest order a swordsman can attain. The ultimate mental state.
It corresponds to the concept of suigetsu(2) of the Yagyuu Shinkage-ryu.
One is nothing, thus invincible. Only a swordsman who has reached the infinite mental state can perceive this.

The Book of Five Rings
Right before death, Musashi compiled the mental state he attained during his lifetime, his cultivated techniques, into one book.
Divided into the five volumes of Earth, Water, Fire, Wind and Void, this book was the culmination of the human being called “Musashi”.
The Book of Five Rings gives an outline of the Niten Ichi-ryu and explains its ideology as an art of war in the Book of Earth, explains concrete techniques on the Book of Water, talks about the art of war in the dimensions of tactics and strategy, and - just like the above-mentioned - explains the fundamental understanding of the Niten Ichi-ryu by means of a repudiation of other schools.
Finally, it has been said that Musashi’s own understanding about “emptiness”, as well as the above-mentioned technique of “confrontation”, has been written down on the Book of Void.

(1): roughly, center of heaven. In ancient Chinese cosmology, the tengen was the source from which all creation grew from, the “vitality of heavens”.

(2): moon on the water. In a broad way, this is a notion that a master warrior can easily perceive his opponent’s intentions so long he maintains a calm state of mind, but not so much when he is agitated. Just like the reflection of the moon on the water.