“Offer thy life to me, the Tsarina of Romanov... Kidding. Don't take it seriously. This is already enough for me.”

The tragic final Grand Duchess of the Romanov dynasty, Anastasia is as beautiful and pure as she is mischievous, earning the nickname “Schwipsig” - “Little Imp” - for her playful nature. Anastasia manifests this quality in-game as a damage dealer with a wide array of powerful utility and straightforward support effects, and an AoE Arts Noble Phantasm well suited for Arts farming teams.

Anastasia’s primary usage is her wave clear capacity, which is of course highly useful for farming purposes. Packing an incredible 50% NP battery from Schwipsig, an AoE Arts Noble Phantasm that is further boosted by a 50% Art Effectiveness buff from Mystic Eyes of Penetration, and a 20% Attack buff from Frigid Charisma, the Duchess is a great candidate for taking on waves of Assassins or Berserkers. Furthermore, thanks to her good base NP gain per hit and high hit counts on Viy Viy Viy, Anastasia gets a sizable amount of NP refund from each Noble Phantasm as well, allowing her to use it frequently and even loop her NP in the right setup.

But Her Highness is more than just a wave clearer, as her kits also bring a slew of support and utility effects. Aside from being her main steroid, Mystic Eyes of Penetration also grants her a Ignore Invincible buff for one turn and inflicts a powerful Debuff Resist Down debuff at the same time on one enemy. This debuff ties very well towards the other components of her kit, as it allows the teamwide Attack Down debuff on Frigid Charisma, the Skill Seal and Defense Down debuff on her Noble Phantasm, and especially the targetable Stun from Schwipsig to hit much more reliably. This also helps her teammates, particularly those with powerful debuffing capacity like Shuten Douji to cripple enemies in lengthy battles.

On the other hand, Anastasia's damage is far from outstanding. Her Noble Phantasm damage is highly reliant on her Mystic Eyes of Penetration Arts Effectiveness buff, and her mediocre base Attack and Caster modifier do little to improve her NP Damage. Seemingly inspired by her backstory, Anastasia is also a frail Servant as she has no hard survival capacity to call upon in dire need. Last but not least, her two most important skills Schwipsig and Mystic Eyes of Penetration have fairly long downtime as well due to their short duration, with the former especially having a long cooldown, which limits her sustained offense.

Overall, Anastasia is a strong Servant, albeit in a stacked roster of AoE Casters. Her usefulness in farming alone already makes her a worthwhile addition to any roster. In fact, even in tough fights Anastasia’s main flaws can be supported well by top Arts supports (Tamamo no mae, Waver. etc.) that protect her while limiting her offensive downtime.

#Anastasia
“Offer thy life to me, the Tsarina of Romanov... Kidding. Don't take it seriously. This is already enough for me.” The tragic final Grand Duchess of the Romanov dynasty, Anastasia is as beautiful and pure as she is mischievous, earning the nickname “Schwipsig” - “Little Imp” - for her playful nature. Anastasia manifests this quality in-game as a damage dealer with a wide array of powerful utility and straightforward support effects, and an AoE Arts Noble Phantasm well suited for Arts farming teams. Anastasia’s primary usage is her wave clear capacity, which is of course highly useful for farming purposes. Packing an incredible 50% NP battery from Schwipsig, an AoE Arts Noble Phantasm that is further boosted by a 50% Art Effectiveness buff from Mystic Eyes of Penetration, and a 20% Attack buff from Frigid Charisma, the Duchess is a great candidate for taking on waves of Assassins or Berserkers. Furthermore, thanks to her good base NP gain per hit and high hit counts on Viy Viy Viy, Anastasia gets a sizable amount of NP refund from each Noble Phantasm as well, allowing her to use it frequently and even loop her NP in the right setup. But Her Highness is more than just a wave clearer, as her kits also bring a slew of support and utility effects. Aside from being her main steroid, Mystic Eyes of Penetration also grants her a Ignore Invincible buff for one turn and inflicts a powerful Debuff Resist Down debuff at the same time on one enemy. This debuff ties very well towards the other components of her kit, as it allows the teamwide Attack Down debuff on Frigid Charisma, the Skill Seal and Defense Down debuff on her Noble Phantasm, and especially the targetable Stun from Schwipsig to hit much more reliably. This also helps her teammates, particularly those with powerful debuffing capacity like Shuten Douji to cripple enemies in lengthy battles. On the other hand, Anastasia's damage is far from outstanding. Her Noble Phantasm damage is highly reliant on her Mystic Eyes of Penetration Arts Effectiveness buff, and her mediocre base Attack and Caster modifier do little to improve her NP Damage. Seemingly inspired by her backstory, Anastasia is also a frail Servant as she has no hard survival capacity to call upon in dire need. Last but not least, her two most important skills Schwipsig and Mystic Eyes of Penetration have fairly long downtime as well due to their short duration, with the former especially having a long cooldown, which limits her sustained offense. Overall, Anastasia is a strong Servant, albeit in a stacked roster of AoE Casters. Her usefulness in farming alone already makes her a worthwhile addition to any roster. In fact, even in tough fights Anastasia’s main flaws can be supported well by top Arts supports (Tamamo no mae, Waver. etc.) that protect her while limiting her offensive downtime. #Anastasia
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