When Talika found little Yimburbur lost in the forest, she thought she would raise him so that he could become a forest counsellor like she was. However, as much as she tried to make a Support monster out of Yimburbur, he wasn't meant to be one. He turned out to be a big brute. A brute with some great healing skills, but a brute.
Yimburbur resembles a squirrel version of Oikawa, but more attacker-like. His main gimmicks include being an attacker with support moves and Negate Healing.
- Really great stats and trait
- Healing skills
- AoE Negate Healing
- Extra turns
- Can only inflict Negate Healing, which is inferior to Reverse Healing
- Highest power skill only deals 50 damage, despite having a high power stat
- High cooldowns
- Extra turn skills have above-average stamina costs
- Moves are underwhelming
Recommended Moveset Edit
- King Without a Crown (50 Nature dmg + Team 25% heal, 19s, 2 CD)
- Groundation (AoE 40 Special dmg + Negate Healing, 27s, 2 CD)
- Attention Span (35 Special dmg + self Double Healing + Extra Turn, 45s, 3 CD)
- Strength to Survive (40 Nature dmg + self Regeneration + Extra Turn, 41s, 3 CD)
- Since Yimburbur is weak to Fire monsters, monsters like Igneus or Cain can use Hater effects and DoTs to deal very heavy damage.
- You can also immobilize Yimburbur through CDA, so use a good denier who can use CDA like Sunblast, Al Canine or Dungeon Master.
- His main gimmick is to heal him and his allies, so anyone who can apply Reverse Healing, like Dr. Marihelson and Pierceid, can counter his heals easily.
- Trait Disablers like Ingenica and Draghar can remove his great trait.