Ataxia/Steel Flame Dragon Ataxia鋼炎竜アタクシア
1x Claw attack, damage reduced for next received attack (damage reduction is higher when HP is low)敵に爪属性のダメージを与え、次に受けるダメージを軽減(HPが低くなる程、軽減率UP)
When main card is Dragon-type and activates skill, add a strong Fire attack親分がドラゴンの時、スキル発動時、より強い火属性攻撃を行う
|鋼炎竜アタクシア, 氷碧竜フィンブル, 虹翼竜ラドゥーガ|
Literally the first GOD-class dragon added to this game called Dragon Poker, Ataxia is an amazingly average card. She(?) is at least the equal of Susanoo, having an equal multiplier on her attack, equivalent attack power (meaning very high) and also having a main skill that is more widely applicable. All of these combine to make a solid, if not spectacular, single-strike attacker. About the best thing that can be said is that she is one of a tiny number of actually useful cards that can make use of the Dragon-only subcards (consisting of her and her brothers Fimbul and Raduga), which are reportedly fairly powerful. If you need a Claw-user, she will do very acceptable damage- nothing to go exclusively for, though.
(The shield value percentages are how much enemy damage is reduced by)
Ataxia's damage multipliers are that of the typical single-attack user, but with an absolutely monster attack stat to put towards them. Additionally, the shield after-effect is relatively potent, a base 50% at SL7, with decently increasing returns as your HP decreases.
Single fire attack that deals 3.0× damage against Wood targets.
Her subskill, as mentioned above, is tragically mostly useless as only Dragon-class cards can trigger it, and the only other Dragons in the game are mediocre to passable. By all reports, the GOD-Dragon siblings' subskills add a fairly powerful side attack. This also makes her one of her own best subs, as her icon matches and she is a Dragon. In that situation, you would have an extremely effective Wood-element murderer. The nature of this set of dragons makes it easier to gear them against specific elements- for example you could easily sub in a Raduga to give her a respectable chunk of damage versus water-element targets.
Unfortunately, due to the extreme shortage of Dragon-class monsters, it's pearls before swine- of the cards that can take advantage of it, none are particularly interesting. Short of subbing for herself, there are really no widely applicable uses for Ataxia's sub skill.