So, I used my spark summon on Julian, mainly because of the lull Atk/Spd I can give to my L!Alm. But now that I think about it, Close Foil is very premium. I have some units to give them CF:
Kliff is my favorite unit from the series (please don’t ask why…). He is very similar the NY! Alfonse, and while I think NY! Alfonse is a lot better, for me personally, Kliff can be better for AR-D.
With summoner support, my +3 Kliff will have 48 atk. There are a lot of units who don’t have 53+ Atk, like Altina if she is not merged, but with the powercreep meta there is now, most of the units people run have 53+ atk. Being able to get the +5 right from the beginning is pretty good to not get OHKOd right from the beginning (it happened to me with Alfonse, not OHKO, but from a follow up). I can’t run Alfonse with IP team because mine has 51 HP.
While Alfonse negates follow ups, Kliff gets the follow up, with 41 spd, +5 to all stats and lull Atk/Spd, he most likely to double with 52 spd.
While Kliff doesn’t have the best bulkiness, mine has pretty decent with 32 res and 35 def with summon support. And with Lull Atk Spd, his weapon and CF he gets 40 res and 48 def.
The only thing that holds him back is that he can’t have atk buff overwise it will negate his weapon effect.
My build for him:
Lull Atk Spd
Close/Distant def, mirror stance or any skill that buffs his atk, spd, def or res during enemy phase.
Another unit will be Bramimond. While his defense is not good, with his +5 from his weapon, +5 from CF, +3 from Lull Atk/Res and +4-6 from a def seal, he can get up to 37-39 defense which is pretty nice. And he also gets that +5 to his atk from CF.
My build for him:
Lull Atk Res
Any seal that rises his def/atk
And the last two I can think of will be NY! Alfonse and L!Chrom. Just to swap that CC to get more def/atk, even though they won’t be able to counter dragons.
I do have Takumi for CC fodder, but I don’t think Brami and Kliff will have a good use from that.
So, what should I do? Fodder the Lull for Alm or fodder the CF?
Thanks for helping me!