Blue King's skill becomes a powerful petrification skill when ranked up.
Hero Rating & Base Stats
|Spirit Spear Chastiefol, Third Form: Fossilization|
|Rank 1||Inflicts damage equal to 200% of Attack on one enemy.|
|Rank 2||Inflicts damage equal to 200% of Attack on one enemy. Petrify for 1 turn.|
|Rank 3||Inflicts damage equal to 250% of Attack on one enemy. Petrify for 2 turns.|
|Spirit Spear Chastiefol, Eighth Form: Pollen Garden|
|Rank 1||Removes Debuffs from all allies.|
|Rank 2||Heals diminished HP of all allies by 30% and removes Debuffs.|
|Rank 3||Heals diminished HP of all allies by 50% and removes Debuffs.|
Spirit Spear Chastiefol, Fourth Form: "Sunflower"
|Inflicts Shatter damage equal to 420 / 462 / 504 / 546 / 588 / 630% of Attack on all enemies.|
|Inflicts Shatter damage equal to 480 / 528 / 576 / 624 / 672 / 720% of Attack on all enemies.|
|Increases Fairy allies' basic stats by 8%.|
[The Grizzly Sin of Sloth] King the Fairy King or commonly known as Blue King is one of the most versatile heroes in the game. He is an offensive support who recovers/heals allies and petrifies enemies. As a hero you can get for free by clearing Chapter 3, Blue King is a solid priority to build on the early phase of progression. He can pretty much help you climb ranks in PVP and get through roadblocks in the story mode and sub-quests.
His ultimate skill deals massive AOE damage ignoring enemy resistance, sometimes enough to one-shot enemies with a lower base HP. His unique skill increases basic stats to Fairy heroes including himself, making him a great tandem with Red Helbram famously known as the “Kingbram” combo. Blue King’s ultimate can be upgraded by purchasing duplicate coins in the Platinum Coin Shop.
- Highly rated in both Geared and Ungeared PVP due to his overall utility in battle
- Provides the much-needed support in the early phase of PVE and story mode progression
- His AOE ultimate hits hard like a truck whatever the enemy’s affinity is (due to Shatter)
- Has the capability to petrify enemies and remove debuff from allies which can be game-changing in various situations. Petrified enemies cannot receive buffs.
- Low secondary stats (Resistance, Regen Rate, Crit Resistance, Crit Defense, and Lifesteal)
- Diminishing usage in PVE as time progresses (except story mode)
- Cards at rank 1 have minimal impact and need to be skilled up to heal or petrify
Blue King’s active skill, Fossilization, becomes extremely useful when skilled up allowing him to petrify enemies. There are moments in the battle where this skill saves you from sticky situations. One of those is delaying the enemy from casting his ultimate. Another is disabling the enemy’s support, especially heroes who can heal or remove debuffs. It is also important to remember that the petrified hero cannot receive buffs.
His recovery skill, Pollen Garden, removes any existing debuffs from your team and heals the diminished HP. This skill is useful against debuff oriented enemy teams because Blue King can readily cleanse it at rank 1, unlike Blue Lillia and Green Princess Elizabeth where their cards needed to be skilled up to cleanse.
His ultimate skill is an AOE attack that ignores the resistance value of the enemy. Since he is a Coin Shop unit, a maxed-out ultimate can be lethal to enemy heroes regardless of their affinity.
Blue King’s unique ability increases Fairy allies’ basic stats by 8% including himself. His tandem with Red Helbram, a fellow Fairy, makes them one of the most feared duos in PVP.
PVP - Always was and will always be relevant in PVP, Blue King is a top choice for both starters and end-game players because he brings so much utility in battle. He has petrify, debuff removal, heal, and a terrifying AOE ultimate, all of which are essential skill effects in PVP wielded by a single hero. Also because of the threat he brings, Blue King is always the primary target by the enemies in battle.
Early Game PVE - As part of the reward for clearing Chapter 3, Blue King instantly becomes your daily companion in almost all PVE content. He provides the needed survivability to clear hard stages and major roadblocks. Until you are able to build a more efficient PVE team for farming (Red Howzer teams), Blue King remains to be an effective choice for budget-friendly teams.
Story Mode boss battles - Blue King can be useful in most boss battles where sustain is crucial. In the battle against Hendrickson boss at Episode 72, he provides enough heals to keep the team in a safe situation allowing them to charge up their ultimates. At the same time, he keeps the HP of Green Meliodas in check until he can cast an efficient Outburst Counter.
Red Demon - After unlocking the Red Demon Death Match in Chapter 5, Blue King is one of the key heroes who will lead you to victory. Since the general strategy is to always make sure the turn ends with a petrify or freeze skill, Blue King’s Fossilization, Green Gustav’s Freezing Field, and Red Merlin's Frozen Factor will keep the boss disabled in every turn.
Training Grotto - Blue King and Red Helbram’s petrification debuff has a niche use in fighting against the Level 3 Strength boss who is immune to Freeze and Ultimate Move Gauge reduction. The 2 ways to crowd-control this boss is only via stun and petrification.
King is the Grizzly's Sin of Sloth of the Seven Deadly Sins. His real name is Fairy King Harlequin and he is the protector of the Fairy King's Forest and the Fairy Realm. His Sacred Treasure is the Spirit Spear Chastiefol, which he uses in conjunction with his inherent power, Disaster. He is also the older brother of Elaine, the guardian of the Fountain of Youth, as well as the husband of Diane, a fellow member of the Sins, and a future Giant Queen.