Fyoras Looking Glass (r180) [Retired]View in Item Database
DescriptionNever underestimate the value of a good mirror... Limited Use. Fyoras Looking Glass

Once per Battle


Average Rating [?]
1
Attack N/A
Defense N/A
Reflect *-light* 87.5% - 99.9996%
Effects N/A
Actual Icons
REFLECT_PERCENT LIGHT -87.5% to -99.999%    
Restocks At N/A
Used By Maraquan Shieldmaiden
Special Categorization Hidden Tower - This item stocks, or used to stock, in The Hidden Tower.
Notes None
Ratings - Fyoras Looking Glass
Rating:
1
Pop For Your 'Points (0/3): Fyoras Looking Glass has become utterly irrelevant with the advent of the upgrade of Superior Reflection Shield. Though if that skyrockets, Fyoras Looking Glass might be an option if you are fine with its limit of once per battle.

In Battle (1/5): You have one chance to pull off the light reflection afforded by Fyoras Looking Glass. By contrast, Superior Reflection Shield can be used turn after turn after turn while also doing more damage and even affecting 25% of water dealt. One day Superior Reflection Shield might return to simply blocking 100% light rather than reflecting 100% light. If that happens, you still might want to consider Combo Battle Mirror for your light reflecting needs.

Other (0/2): No longer the fairest one of all.

Rated on July 25, 2013

Rating:
1
Price/Power (0/5)

Provides the largest amount of light reflection around, but being once a battle is just depressing...



Countermeasures (0/5)

The chance of using this on the exact turn you need to is minor unless they are using huge amounts of light every turn... and if that is the case one turn of reflection will do basically nothing to help you.



Alternatives Upgrades or Downgrades

Realistically if you really want to reflect light, try a Combo Battle Mirror at least. A one use light block just isn't enough. There is also always the Illusens Staff and Jhudoras Wand if you have the cash.



Other Points (1 Bonus)

Retired Hidden tower



Final Thoughts

Really bad, but at least a goodish gallery item

Rated on May 27, 2013