Turtle of Seven Tails
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Turtle of Seven TailsType: Combat
MP Cost: 15
|Flail of the Seven Aspects
|Deals damage 7 times in a single use.
|You shout a battlecry praising the glorious turtle, and feel a surge of energy fill your arms as you swing the Flail of the Seven Aspects at your foe.
The Aspect of Strength, depicted as an iron turtle flexing its biceps (do turtles even have biceps?) slams violently into your opponent's head, causing X damage.
The Aspect of Wisdom, depicted as an iron turtle sitting in the lotus position, clangs off of your opponent's skull, rattling its brains for X damage.
The Aspect of Protection, depicted as an iron turtle withdrawn into its shell, slams into your opponent's face for X damage, proving that the best defense is a good offense.
The Aspect of Tenacity, depicted as a fierce-looking iron turtle gritting its teeth, initially misses your foe, but swings back around and slams into the side of its head for X damage.
The Aspect of Fortitude, depicted as an iron turtle, battered and bruised but still growling fiercely, smashes into your opponent's skull, removing X points worth of its will to fight.
The Aspect of Valor, depicted as an iron turtle waving a little flag, bravely marches off to war. 'War' in this case is represented by your opponent's skull, and by "marches off to" I mean "slams violently into for X damage".Eventually, after a short pause, the Aspect of Patience (depicted as an iron turtle slowly marching forward) hits your opponent in the head, causing X damage.
- unsuccessful hits
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Strength whooshes past your foe's head, failing to connect.
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Wisdom whizzes harmlessly past your foe's head.
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Protection fails to get past your foe's guard. Is that ironic? I can't decide.
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Tenacity sails past your opponent's head several times, but ultimately fails to connect.
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Fortitude resolutely fails to connect with your foe's head.
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Valor fails to connect with your opponent's head. Perhaps there was a little too much discretion at work there.
The iron turtle statuette depicting the Aspect of Patience completely fails to swing at your opponent, and after a while you get tired of waiting for it.
- Each turtle has its own independent chance to hit.
- The chance for a turtle to connect is the same as the normal attack hit chance.
- This attack can only be used once per battle.
- The name of the skill is a reference to the real-life whip called the cat o' nine tails.