Simulacra Traits and how they work in Tower of Fantasy

Everything you need to know about Simulacra Traits in Tower of Fantasy!

When you first start unlocking Simulacra in Tower of Fantasy, it seems pretty straightforward, as they are just a weapon and a skin to use when playing. Yet, things start to unlock further on into Tower of Fantasy. One such example is Simulacra Traits. So here's a guide explaining Simulacram Traits and how they work in Tower of Fantasy.

What are Simulacra Traits in Tower of Fantasy?

Simulacrum Traits are essential passive abilities in Tower of Fantasy that unlock once your Simulacra has hit increments of Awakening—there is only one trait per Simulacra. These two increments are at 1200 and 4000 Awakening Points for all Simulacra. Once 1200 has been reached, you will unlock the Simulacrums trait, and hitting 4000 will upgrade this trait.

These traits work by first unlocking them, but they are not activated automatically. Awakening Points are obtained by giving the Simulacra gifts, and they prefer certain gifts over others, so here are the best gifts for each Simulacrum.

To activate them, head to the Simulacra screen and click on the Simulacra, which has a trait unlocked. Above Activate will be a toggle button that says Use Simulacrum trait. This needs to be toggled on to Yes for the trait to come into effect.

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You must toggle this for every Simulacra that has a trait, but make sure to read what each trait does, as some traits will not work unless certain conditions are met. Crow's, for example only activates if he is in a party alone.

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Cocoritter Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Assistance
    • When Cocoritter uses a support weapon, increase healing effects by 20%.
  • 4,000—Trust
    • When Cocoritter uses a support weapon, increase healing effects by 20%. When she uses a support weapon's discharge or weapon skill, increase nearby allies' attack power by 15% for five seconds.

Crow Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Loner
    • When Crow is not in a team, increase damage dealt by 6% and reduce damage taken by 4%
  • 4,000—Silent Night 
    • When Crow is not in a team, increase damage dealt by 10% and reduce damage taken by 6%. When Crow enters combat, increase damage dealt by an additional 12% for 12 seconds.

Huma Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Fortitude 
    • Each time Huma receives damage, gain one Fortitude mark (two if it is fire damage), no more than once per second, to a maximum of 12 stacks.
    • When a weapon skill is activated, all stacks are consumed, generating an HP shield with a strength of 0.4% of max HP times the number of stacks. If this is triggered at maximum stacks, then the calculation is 0.6% of max HP instead.
  • 4,000—Iron Screen
    • Each time Huma receives damage, gain one Fortitude mark (two if it is fire damage), no more than once per second, to a maximum of 12 stacks.
    • When a weapon skill is activated, all stacks are consumed, generating an HP shield with a strength of 0.6% of max HP times the number of stacks. If this is triggered at maximum stacks, then the calculation is 0.9% of max HP instead.

King Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Coldblooded Swipe
    • For every seven enemies defeated by KING, restore HP equal to 8% of max HP
  • 4,000—Fear Reaper
    • For every five enemies defeated by KING, restore HP equal to 10% of max HP

Meryl Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Cool Rose
    • Reduce incoming frost damage by 20%, gain immunity to 'frostbitten' debuff, and reduce frozen duration by 50%.
  • 4,000—Frosted
    • Reduce incoming frost damage by 25%, gain immunity to 'frostbitten' debuff, and reduce frozen duration by 50%.

Nemesis Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Metamorphosis
    • After summoning an Electrode, deal volt damage equal to 60% of total attack power to all enemies within 30 meters. Heal all allies within range by 120% of attack power.
  • 4,000—Sublimation
    • After summoning an Electrode, deal volt damage equal to 100% of total attack power to all enemies within 30 meters. Heal all allies within range by 200% of attack power.

Samir Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Trickery
    • Grant one stack of Concentration for every four seconds where Samir receives no damage. Each stack increases Samir's damage by 3%, and the maximum number of stacks is four. Samir loses one stack per second after getting hit.
  • 4,000—Shadow
    • Grant one stack of Concentration for every four seconds where Samir receives no damage. Each stack increases Samir's damage by 4%, and the maximum number of stacks is five. Samir loses one stack per two seconds after getting hit.

Shiro Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Security Alert 
    • When Shiro uses a weapon or discharge skill, increase all attack power by 10% and physical attack power by an additional 7%, for eight seconds. Cooldown is 16 seconds.
  • 4,000—Red Alarm
    • When Shiro uses a weapon or discharge skill, increase all attack power by 16% and physical attack power by an additional 10%, for eight seconds. Cooldown is 16 seconds.

Tsubasa Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Rainstorm
    • Gain one stack of Fierce Strike per second, each time Tsubasa deals damage. Each stack increases attack power by 0.5%, for a maximum of 12 stacks. This effect lasts for 30 seconds.
  • 4,000—Raging Waves
    • Gain one stack of Fierce Strike per second, each time Tsubasa deals damage. Each stack increases attack power by 0.6%, for a maximum of 30 stacks. This effect lasts for 30 seconds.

Zero Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Accurate Calculation
    • When Zero uses a weapon skill, reduce relic cooldown time by 1.5 seconds. Can only activate once per five seconds per weapon.
  • 4,000—Overall Planning
    • When Zero uses a weapon skill, reduce relic cooldown time by three seconds. Can only activate once per five seconds per weapon.

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All SR Simulacra Traits in Tower of Fantasy

Bai Ling Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Valor
    • When Bai Ling puts away the Glider or Jetboard relics, she gets an 8% speed increase for 12 seconds, with a 60 second cooldown.
  • 4,000—Resoluteness
    • When Bai Ling puts away the Glider or Jetboard relics, she gets a 15% speed increase for 12 seconds, with a 60 second cooldown.

Echo Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Uprightness
    • When teamed up with Echo, other allies within ten meters gain a 4% damage boost
  • 4,000—Determination
    • When teamed up with Echo, other allies within ten meters gain a 6% damage boost

Ene Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Fast Mode
    • When Ene swims, climbs, or glides, reduce endurance consumption by 12%.
  • 4,000—Beyond Limits When Ene swims, climbs, or glides, reduce endurance consumption by 20%.

Hilda Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Pedal to the Metal
    • When Hilda uses a Tower of Fantasy vehicle, increase speed by 7%.
  • 4,000—Full-Speed Drifting
    • When Hilda uses a vehicle, increase speed by 10%.

Pepper Awakening Traits in Tower of Fantasy

  • 1,200—Revival
    • When Pepper spends satiety to restore HP, increase restoration effects by 100%
  • 4,000—Source
    • When Pepper spends satiety to restore HP, increase restoration effects by 200%

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