Fire Emblem Heroes Wiki:Build Center/Priscilla: Delicate Princess

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Quick Hero Info
Type
Icon Move Cavalry.png Icon Class Colorless Staff.png
Stats
36 / 29 / 29 / 19 / 32
Exclusive skills
None

Dueling Sword.png Optimal
Build Icon Allpurpose.png All-purpose
Orb.png Very high investment
Icon Move Cavalry.png Cavalry
Mounted Medic

A description has not been written for this build yet.

Build Icon Alternative.png Alternative
Build Icon Allpurpose.png All-purpose
Hero Feather Darkened.png High investment
Icon Move Cavalry.png Cavalry
Budget Princess
Dazzling Staff W.png Panic+ (Skill 2)
Stats: Flexible
Passive Icon C.pngHone Cavalry.png
 Hone Cavalry / Flexible
Passive Icon S.pngAtk Ploy 3.png
 Atk Ploy 3 / Flexible

A description has not been written for this build yet.

Dueling Sword.png Optimal
Build Icon Allpurpose.png All-purpose
Orb.png Very high investment
Icon Move Cavalry.png Cavalry
You were expecting Priscilla, but it was me, Clarine!
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The name of the build says it all: pick a 4* Clarine, inherit Fear, Martyr and Swift-Winds Balm to Priscilla. Then pick a 5* Clarine and inherit Fear+ and Martyr+.

This build does two things in a very good way. You can either power up the bulk of your team by attacking safely (if you have Dazzling Staff) and debuffing enemies with Fear+, or you can bulk up your team's speed, thanks to the combination of Swift-Winds Balm and Drive Spd (if you're using a mixed team)/Goad Cavalry (if you're using Horse Emblem). Fear+ also allows Priscilla to take hits pretty easily, and her high speed will stop enemies from doing follow-up attacks on her. Remember: speed is the best defense.

Jokes aside, there's not much to say about this build, it does its job very well and HP +5 as a seal allows Priscilla to tank hits pretty well, but you can run Ploys safely if you wish. Martyr works much better than Rehabilitate on her, thanks to the fact that she tanks really well (especially mages), and personally I prefer it in general as it allows your healer to stay alive longer, and it's a strong heal skill overall. A 5*+0 Priscilla will heal 20 HP if she's at full HP, and the more damage she'll suffer, the stronger the heal will become. If you prefer Rehabilitate, however, she comes with that so there you go.

Build made by @DeadInscyde (twitter)