Otogi World Boss Team Comp Guide
After a year, Mitama finally released a new type of event for Otogi Spirit Agents. This gives us great excitement as there are plenty of content to write about and things to experiment. This article will be the first of a series of guides for World Boss, as we explain how to build the right World Boss team comp.
Main Team Notes
The standard team composition for World Boss is as follows:
- 1 nuker/burster
- 1 offensive healer
- 1 crit buffer
- 1 dmg buffer/debuffer
- 1 wildcard
Below, we list a few examples. The list is not exhaustive, but is a list of daemons we recommend.
Nukers: Titania NY, Nekogami, Leonardo da Vinci, Knecht Ruprecht, Guillotine, Platina Elf, Forge Washington, Ravenna, Murasamemaru, Mayflower
Offensive Healers: Cherry Blossom Front, Orpheus, Freyr, Princess Saho
Crit Buffers/DMG Buffer: Katsushika Hokusai, Qilin, Harp, Ame-no-Uzume, Azukiarai,
Debuffers: Amanojaku, Titanium Elf, Azi Dahaka, Magic Mirror
Wild Card: Philosopher’s Stone, Miss Santa, Joan of Arc [Fireworks], Nekomata, Aya Waka, or extra tank or healer for survival: New Year Game, Luminous Pearl, Mazu, Edo Castle, Asclepius, Orihime, Ravenna, Forge Washington
Astaroth the perfect unit for teams running Phantasma nukers and Cherry Blossom Front. Astaroth boosts dmg (and heals) permanently by 25%.
Here’s some math on the power of Old Clock Chronos reserve for world boss.
Each unit attacks at a rate of 1 hit/2 seconds
5 mins = 300 seconds = 150 hits from each unit.
Chronos 10% timer and 10% speed boost means each unit attacks 1hit/1.8 seconds.
5 mins = 330 seconds = 183.33 hits from each units. That’s an increase of 33 hits per unit, or 22% more hits from each unit as opposed to not having Chronos.
22% more hits can sort of mean that the entire team just received a permanent 20% dmg buff.
This math does not factor in slow or units getting cc’ed, but assuming in both case there are equal number of slow and equal number of cc, the end result should still be about 22% more hits from the team that has Chronos. These calculations also assume every unit is alive.
LB3+ Philosopher’s Stone:
Unless your team works better with Miss Santa, Joan of Arc [Fireworks] or Nekomata, Philosopher’s Stone should be on your main team. Otherwise you can put her in reserve and receive a permanent 20% Crit DMG buff for all allies.
New Year Game:
New Year Game will often help your nuker and wild card (Philosopher’s Stone, Miss Santa, or Joan of Arc [Fireworks]) do 12.5% more damage or heal 12.5% more. The heal in particular, can be crucial for survival in higher level world boss.
Like Chronos, Beethoven increases all allies’ speed by 10%. This equates to 16.66 more hits for each team member, which is about an 11% total DMG increase. If you had to choose between Tanuki or Beethoven, then definitely choose Beethoven.
LB1+ Gyobu Tanuki:
Similar to Chronos, Gyobu Tanuki increases timer by 30 seconds. This equates to 15 more hits for each team member, which is about a 10% permanent damage increase by every member on your team, assuming they all survive the full 5 mins and 30 seconds.
10% Crit Passives Daemons:
If you do not have better reserve units, you might as well use units such as Poison S Brew, Zhuge Ling, Poison S. Brew [Flower Viewing], and Ame-no-Uzume that boosts all allies’ Crit DMG by 10%.
Guillotine is interesting because she can reduce boss’ total DMG by 20%. She may have situational uses.