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List of Contents. Ayra's skills are all enhanced by a higher Spd stat, so this is her most important stat, and the higher the better. Ayra already has pretty decent Def so a flaw in this stat will let her maintain balance in her offensive and defensive capability. This build is based around the effects of Fury and Galeforce. On top of having an excellent Spd stat, her weapon effect enhances her special cooldown when her Spd exceeds that of the foe. These skills are rather synergistic, so a movement assist like Draw Back or Reposition , and a C-skill like Threaten Spd 3 is plenty to make her a viable unit.
Ayra: Astra's Wielder
Ayra is the first female "Sword Fighter" to appear in the Fire Emblem franchise and has been credited with introducing the current form of the Myrmidon class and refining the Navarre Archetype into a distinct class from the Mercenary or standard Ogma -pattern sword fighter. Alongside Shannan, Ayra is one of the first characters to appear in the default demo sequence of Genealogy of the Holy War. She is officially introduced at the beginning of Chapter 1 of the game, shortly after Eldigan speaks with Sigurd at Evans castle. When she is introduced, she is seen speaking to her employer Cimbaeth , threatening to kill him if he infringes on their deal.
As she primarily deals with melee threats, a bane is not ideal. HP: Due to being a superbane -4 to the stat , a -HP bane is not ideal, particularly because this will impact both physical and magical bulk. Combining a Slaying Edge with the Quickened Pulse Seal allows Ayra to activate her Special twice in a single combat assuming she doubles her opponent. Another benefit of running Quickened Pulse is that because Ayra starts with her Special already charged, she can still activate it on Enemy Phase against enemies with Guard, potentially allowing her to overwhelm them with a Wrath-powered Regnal Astra.