Metallic Monocoque

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Gift Card
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When a non-battle effect deals any damage to you, that damage is reduced by 1, and you lose Lvl x 2 stars.
1 ☆
Cost
0 ★
Limit
1 per Deck
Deck Points
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Symbol
hexun
Common Card
"What a timid generation we live in." ―Sherry

Metallic Monocoque is a 1-star gift card that reduces damage dealt to the player outside of combat in exchange for stars. The damage is not prevented if the player holding this card does not have enough stars to pay the cost.

Strategic Info[edit | edit source]

Metallic Monocoque is a helpful card for characters that are very susceptible to damage. Characters with low HP pools like Peat and Nanako cannot afford to take much damage outside of combat. Metallic Monocoque helps these characters survive the effects of Air RaidAir Raid
Every 5 Chapters, all units will take 1 damage at the beginning of the Chapter.
or cards like  Long-Distance Shot that would otherwise be a huge blow to their survivability. Tsih and Nico can benefit from Metallic Monocoque solely from it being a gift card that doesn't help opponents that much while triggering their passive abilities. Metallic Monocoque is an invaluable card for Miusaki. A single point of damage can be the difference between being invincible in battle and being an easy KO for a bully, so any way she can prevent the loss of HP is well worth the star cost. It can also be used to block the damage from effects like  Lonely Chariot or  Crystal Barrier, giving the player increased survivability in exchange for gradual loss of stars.

Due to its very specific niche, there are games where Metallic Monocoque simply doesn't do anything due to the cards and characters in the game being unlikely or unable to deal damage. In games such as these, it can become a wasted draw if the player happens to find it. Metallic Monocoque is also a bit less useful for characters with high EVD stats like Suguri, as they are more likely to dodge incoming damage regardless of their current HP. Characters like Marc and Mei who use their hyper cards to deal damage to opponents outside of battle can be at a disadvantage when Metallic Monocoque is in the deck. Iru in particular should never bring this card, as it reduces the effectiveness of many of cards she uses like  Long-Distance Shot and  Cloud of Seagulls and blocks any shots of  Extended Photon Rifle that happen to target the opponent carrying it.