Hero Rating & Base Stats
Hero Advanced Stats
|Rank 1||Inflicts damage equal to 220% of Attack on one enemy.|
|Rank 2||Inflicts damage equal to 220% of Attack on one enemy. Disables Buff and Debuff Skills for 1 turn.|
|Rank 3||Removes Buffs from one enemy. Inflicts damage equal to 360% of Attack, then disables Buff and Debuff Skills for 2 turns.|
|Rank 1||Inflicts damage equal to 150% of Attack on all enemies.|
|Rank 2||Inflicts damage equal to 225% of Attack on all enemies.|
|Rank 3||Inflicts damage equal to 375% of Attack on all enemies.|
|Inflicts Sever damage equal to 630 / 693 / 756 / 819 / 882 / 945% of Attack on one enemy.|
|The Great Cause|
|Increases allies' damage dealt by 35% and decreases allies' damage taken by 35% if all allies are alive. (Applies when entering battle, excludes PVP and Death Match)|
[Light of Hope] New King Arthur was given as a free UR level 80 fully Awakened unit completing all missions during The One Festival event (02/16/2021 - 03/02/2021). His background in Seven Deadly Sins correlates well to Arthurian lore occurring in Camelot, and thus he has a relationship and Association with Merlin. As is indicated in his introduction arc, he is rumored to have just become the new king of Camelot after having successfully pulled out a holy sword that was stuck in the ground. Every Holy Knight tried and failed to pull it out, and thus once Arthur succeeded he was named the new king of Camelot. Merlin, the Boar Sin of Gluttony, at some point meets Arthur and becomes his teacher and travels with him in his explorations.
- Passive increases allies damage dealt by 35% and decreases allies’ damage taken by 35% if all allies are alive
- Helps to farm boss battles very quickly
- Great for PvE content such as Tower of Trials or Final Boss Merlin
- Unique ability unable to be applied during PvP and Death Match
- Unique ability requires all allies to remain alive to be utilized
- Unable to use Unique ability from sub slot since it only applies when Arthur enters battle
Arthur’s first attack skill, “Typhoon Slash”, inflicts damage equal to 220% of Attack on one enemy at rank 1. Rank 2 inflicts the same amount of damage but adds disabling Buff and Debuff skills for one turn. Rank 3 removes Buffs from one enemy, inflicts damage equal to 360% of Attack on one enemy, and then disables Buff and Debuff skills for two turns. This can be useful against enemies such as Derieri who repeatedly buff themselves and then deal heavy damage.
Arthur’s second attack skill, “Silent Slash”, is similar to “Typhoon Slash” but it is an AOE attack skill. Rank 1 of this card inflicts damage equal to 150% of Attack on all enemies. Rank 2 of this card inflicts damage equal to 225% of Attack on all enemies. Rank 3 of this card inflicts damage equal to 375% of Attack on all enemies.
His Ultimate move, “Legendary” inflicts Sever damage equal to a percentage of Attack on one enemy. Sever damage results in a three times Crit Chance increase. The highest amount of Sever damage that he can achieve is 975% at a 6/6 Ultimate Move.
Arthur’s Unique ability is what makes him a king of PvE. His Unique ability, “The Great Cause”, increases allies’ damage dealt to enemies by 35% and decreases damage taken by 35%. However, this requires that all allies must be alive. This applies as soon as Arthur enters battle, and excludes PvP and Death Match content.
Green New King Arthur is useful for PvE content, such as clearing the Tower of Trials and Final Bosses. He can also help to give a final edge to combat when completing story mode missions, and he is extremely helpful to clear boss battles quickly. Unfortunately, since his passive does not apply in PvP or Death Matches, he is not as useful in those scenarios. His passive only works if all allies are kept alive, so he’s particularly useful when paired with a healer and/or units with high HP. He does well at boosting up his allies’ attacks and minimizing the damage that they take.
Since all of his skills deal damage equal to a percentage of Attack, it is best to equip Arthur with gear that will increase his Attack as high as possible.
|Association Name||Association With||Stat Increased|
|Come Work for Me Please||Red Halloween Meliodas||Attack|
|Common Enemy||Green Meliodas||Attack|
|Subject of Yearning||Blue Meliodas||Attack|
|Protectors of Camelot||Red Merlin||Crit Chance %|
|Dependable Friend||Green Merlin||Crit Chance %|
|Unknown Worlds||Blue Merlin||Crit Chance %|
|Our Role Model||Red Slater||Attack|
|Blades of Conviction||Blue Slater||Attack|
Before becoming a king, Arthur was a simple child who was adopted by a man who happened to be a Holy Knight and had an adopted older brother named Kay. Kay harbored a hatred for the young boy. Once, while they were children, Kay took Arthur's sword and offered to give it back to him if he crushed an apple with a stick whilst blindfolded and in the middle of a gorge on one of several platforms.
Arthur completed this challenge with ease. Kay was furious at Arthur's skill and tossed the sword at him which lead to Arthur falling down unfazed while Kay smiled. However, Arthur was saved by a strange Holy Knight who was shocked and amazed at how Arthur managed to be brave and fearless whilst falling to his doom. He was also impressed as to how Arthur forgave his brother, even telling him he should be a king instead of a Holy Knight like their father. Arthur was shocked until it was revealed that he was Bartra Liones, the 11th king of Liones, as he wondered if he was never going to be a Holy Knight as the king of Liones and his two escorts, Slader and Hugo, left for a meeting with King Uther Pendragon.
During the Introduction arc, Arthur is rumored to have just became the new king of Camelot by the drinking patrons at Boar Hat in the small town of Bernia. In Camelot, a giant sword fell from the sky to the Earth, where people believed that it was a holy sword sent from God. Every Holy Knight tried to pull it out, but they all failed until Arthur came and successfully pulled the sword, making him the new king of Camelot.
At some point in time Arthur met Merlin, the Boar's Sin of Gluttony, who became his teacher and resolved to rescue King Bartra from the Holy Knights.