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HUnewearl is a newman Hunter. Of the four Hunters, she is the only one that has access to the Shifta.pngShifta and Deband.pngDeband techniques, along with access to level 20 of all other techniques, minus the Force-exclusive Grants.pngGrants, Megid.pngMegid, and Reverser.pngReverser. She is the most balanced of the four Hunters due to this, as her relatively mediocre stats can be overlooked due to her access to useful support techniques.

HUnewearl is suited as a beginner Hunter, as her access to level 20 Resta.pngResta, Deband.pngDeband, and Jellen.pngJellen allows players to learn how to tackle various scenarios with low risk. Other techniques such as Gifoie.pngGifoie, Rabarta.pngRabarta, and Razonde.pngRazonde also give her access to decent crowd control. While she is not as powerful as the other Hunters, she will always find a place in any situation.

Pros and cons[edit | edit source]


  • Access to powerful Hunter weapons - Weapons such as Sword icon.pngDark Flow and Sword icon.pngVjaya allow HUnewearl to do extremely high damage, albeit only in specific scenarios and with high costs
  • Access to level 20 support techniques - HUnewearl can buff herself and her other party members, as well as provide potent healing during the early game and for Berserk usage


  • Limited effective range - In comparison to Rangers and Forces, Hunters do not have as much area-of-effect range, meaning their effectiveness is lowered if not positioned correctly
  • Low ATP - With only 1,237 maximum ATP, HUnewearl is very weak as a Hunter, and does not offer much to a party if another support character is present
  • Bad stat growth - All newmans have very low base stats (except MST and EVP), making it difficult for them to equip certain items as they progress, and requiring more investment to reach their maximum stats

Section ID choice[edit | edit source]

Note that the section ID choices below are merely suggestions, and are not required choices for playing HUnewearl. All IDs have tangible benefits, leaving ID selection to player preference. Below are a few recommended IDs for HUnewearl depending on what type of item coverage is preferred.

Finding items for HUnewearl[edit | edit source]

Skyly icon.pngSkyly

Skyly has access to many essential HUnewearl items and an increased rate of finding sword-type weapons, which is important in the early game and for finding Hit Sword icon.pngCaliburs later. Specific items include Sword icon.pngDaylight Scar, Sword icon.pngSealed J-Sword, Shield icon.pngRed Ring, and Sword icon.pngLame d'Argent.

Finding items that HUnewearl hunts well[edit | edit source]

Viridia icon.pngViridia

Hunters are potent boss killers, and Viridia is ideal for hunting bosses, as Shield icon.pngRed Ring and Tool icon.pngParasitic Gene "Flow" are coveted drops which only drop from the bosses at the end of Episode 1 and Episode 2. Gun icon.pngL&K38 Combat is also an item that can be hunted while hunting bosses.

General good ID[edit | edit source]

Whitill icon.pngWhitill

Whitill is a powerful ID that gets many coveted and valued items in almost every area in the game. Whitill is the most unrestrictive ID, giving players the freedom to play any content and still have the chance of scoring something big, in contrast to more restrictive IDs such as Bluefull icon.pngBluefull, which focus players into certain areas. Whitill finds many good items such as Unit icon.pngV502, Gun icon.pngHeaven Striker, Sword icon.pngDiska of Braveman, Gun icon.pngFrozen Shooter, Sword icon.pngSlicer of Fanatic, and more!

Material and Mag plans[edit | edit source]

Important Stats Only - Maxes important stats as early as possible. Recommended for leveling.
Min-Max - Maxes as many character specific stats as possible by level 200 using the minimum number of slot units. Recommended at level 200.
Min-Max (Allows Shield Swap) - Maxes out ATP, ATA, and LCK with just a Mag and V101, allowing free usage of the shield slot while maintaining max LCK.
Max Stats - Attempts to max all stats at level 200. Ignores any sort of equipment efficiency. Not recommended.

With V101[edit | edit source]

Plan Mag Units Barrier Materials
Power Def Mind Evade Luck Unused
Important Stats Only[1] 5/95/100/0 Unit icon.pngV101 Shield icon.pngRed Ring 122 - - - 28 -
Min-Max[2] 5/95/100/0 Unit icon.pngV101 Shield icon.pngRed Ring 99 - 23 - 28 -
Min-Max (Allows Shield Swap) 5/95/100/0 Unit icon.pngV101 - 99 13 - - 38 -
Max Stats 5/176/19/0 Unit icon.pngV101, Unit icon.pngAdept, Unit icon.pngAdept, Unit icon.pngCenturion/Ability Shield icon.pngRed Ring - - 104 40 3 3
  1. This plan allows for Cane icon.pngClio usage at level 195
  2. This plan allows for Cane icon.pngClio usage at level 184

Note that the Max Stats plan isn't recommended here; it forces HUnewearl to use all four of her unit slots, resulting in her being unable to use Unit icon.pngV501, Unit icon.pngV502, Unit icon.pngSmartlink, etc.

Without V101[edit | edit source]

These plans below are those which use Frame icon.pngBlue Odoshi Violet Nimaidou instead of V101. These are generally not recommended over using V101.

Plan Mag Units Barrier Materials
Power Def Mind Evade Luck Unused
Important Stats Only[1] 5/92/103/0 - Shield icon.pngRed Ring 115 - - - 35 -
Min-Max[2] 5/92/103/0 - Shield icon.pngRed Ring 109 - 6 - 35 -
  1. This plan allows for Cane icon.pngClio usage at level 199
  2. This plan allows for Cane icon.pngClio usage at level 196

HUnewearl has a Max Stats plan without V101, but it would still require four units, meaning there is no advantage to a Max Stats build with Blue Odoshi Violet Nimaidou.

Equipment progression[edit | edit source]

Strategy[edit | edit source]

Recommended endgame equipment[edit | edit source]



  • 1 Target: Gun icon.pngRaygun (Charge, Berserk, Spirit)


Special Purpose