Head of the Sky-Faring Commission on the Xianzhou Luofu. Yukong was a seasoned pilot and a deadshot. Since heading up the commission, she's been buried under mountains of paperwork.
Single Target | Energy Gen 20 | Break 30
Deals 50% of Yukong's ATK as Imaginary DMG to a target enemy.
Support | Energy Gen 30
Obtains 2 stack(s) of "Roaring Bowstrings" (to a maximum of 2 stacks). When "Roaring Bowstrings" is active, the ATK of all allies increases by 40%, and every time an ally's turn (including Yukong's) ends, Yukong loses 1 stack of "Roaring Bowstrings." When it's the turn where Yukong gains "Roaring Bowstrings" by using Skill, "Roaring Bowstrings" will not be removed.
Single Target | Energy Cost 130 / Gen 5 | Break 90
If "Roaring Bowstrings" is active on Yukong when her Ultimate is used, additionally increases all allies' CRIT Rate by 21% and CRIT DMG by 39%. At the same time, deals Imaginary DMG equal to 228% of Yukong's ATK to a single enemy.
Lv.1Seven Layers, One Arrow
Basic ATK additionally deals Imaginary DMG equal to 40% of Yukong's ATK, and increases the Toughness-Reducing DMG of this attack by 100%. This effect can be triggered again after 1 turn(s).
Lv.1Chasing the Wind
After using her Technique, Yukong enters Sprint mode for 20 seconds. In Sprint mode, her Movement SPD increases by 35%, and Yukong gains 2 stack(s) of "Roaring Bowstrings" when she enters battle by attacking enemies.
Yukong can resist 1 debuff application for 1 time. This effect can be triggered again after 2 turn(s).
Imaginary DMG +3.2%
When Yukong is on the field, Imaginary DMG dealt by all allies increases by 12%.
Imaginary DMG +4.8%
When "Roaring Bowstrings" is active, Yukong regenerates 2 additional Energy every time an ally takes action.
Imaginary DMG +6.4%
Imaginary DMG +3.2%
Imaginary DMG +4.8%
At the start of battle, increases the SPD of all allies by 10% for 2 turn(s).
When any ally's current energy is equal to its energy limit, Yukong regenerates an additional 5 energy. This effect can only be triggered once for each ally. The trigger count is reset after Yukong uses her Ultimate.
Skill Lv. +2, up to a maximum of Lv. 15. Basic ATK Lv. +1, up to a maximum of Lv. 10.
When "Roaring Bowstrings" is active, Yukong deals 30% more DMG to enemies.
Ultimate Lv. +2, up to a maximum of Lv. 15. Talent Lv. +2, up to a maximum of Lv. 15.
When Yukong uses her Ultimate, she immediately gains 1 stack(s) of "Roaring Bowstrings."
The Xianzhou Luofu
The Xianzhou Luofu's Head of the Sky-Faring Commission is gentle, yet seasoned and authoritative. Having been a pilot since young, she had become the commission's head with her outstanding combat achievements, yet she no longer flies due to a particularly brutal battle. Now, her shine had already dimmed as she shifted her focus to official duties, but she is always seen guiding the course of the Luofu.
Character Story: Part I
Unlocked at Character Level 20
"You know, only three kinds of people can work for the Sky-Faring Commission. Those who have the gift of gab, those who seek excitement, and those who crave to return to the stars — no exceptions."
We are different from the Xianzhou natives with their unending lives. Even though Foxians are also considered a long-life species, our lives span only three centuries. Therefore, many of us are more passionate about enjoying the fun in life — chasing the best moments in life with all our heart and soul.
Me? I am currently 246 years old. I am one step into my grave and have long gone past my days of merriment. You might know of my decisive and dashing ways when I was younger. In the tales of older Xianzhou natives, you might even hear of my achievement — such as running six consecutive red lights.
I had just become an adult back then, and I was dragged in front of the general for the infringement... Guess what happened? The general wanted me to join the Sky-Faring Commission purely because of my piloting prowess, and he thought I was going to make it big in the Sky-Faring Commission.
Back then, he used to call me the "Delinquent Girl." Later on, they all called me "Ace."
Character Story: Part II
Unlocked at Character Level 40
"Old decrepits are useless, like torn strips of clothes hanging on a wooden stick."
Years ago, I heard an old poem not from here. Its structure, rhyme, and form were different from Xianzhou poems. I don't like it, but this particular sentence stayed with me, like a ghost I could not chase away.
I've witnessed how Outworlders age, how their skin sag, their muscles shrink, how their brains degenerate irreversibly, how their bones weaken, and their eyes cloud over...
I can understand their envy towards us. I used to think the same way, that we will never grow old, that we will maintain the same appearance of youth.
Every time we head out for a battle, I always promise my comrades, "You just worry about holding onto your weapon. I'll bring you back to Xianzhou."
But I broke my promise. After that fateful battle, only I returned to the Sky-Faring Commission, dragging my own damaged body.
I can never return. I understood that then.
From then on, I tunnel-visioned on official documents, abandoning any dream of returning to the sky.
I grew old.
Character Story: Part III
Unlocked at Character Level 60
"The plot in this story is just the opposite of Xianzhou natives like yourself."
This story came from beyond Xianzhou. The story tells of a young man who made a deal with a deity. He wished to be immortal, to be deathless. The deity granted his wish. He would never die, but his body would continuously weaken and wither eternally. He would carry the burden and sufferance of old age of perpetuity. This was all because he dared to dream about an unchanging flesh.
At the end of the story, the old man who told me the story expressed the sentiments above. Perhaps, to Outworlders, the Xianzhou ships are dreamboats of bliss that traverse the ocean of stars, where people will spend their everlasting lifespan in enjoyment of sublime happiness, never knowing the pains of separation, aging, and death. In my opinion, that was not the case.
Xianzhou natives are precisely experiencing an eternal deterioration. Sure, I am as energetic as I was when I was fifty years old. I can drive a starskiff through a valley no wider than two yards, I can dance continuously for hours, and I can sing... You may find this difficult to believe, but I can sing better than many of the performing artists in the Exalting Sanctum.
Unfortunately, I will not do any of those things again. I do not want to do any of them, as they bring me no enjoyment. Not many things do. Not anymore.
This is our deterioration. This is the deterioration of all Xianzhou natives.
Character Story: Part IV
Unlocked at Character Level 80
"Kites are mementos of fallen pilots. Take good care of them. Let them take off once more in place of those pilots who cannot return to the sky."
When I crawled out of the burning wreckage of the starskiff, I saw the sky of that bloodless and emotionless planet, untainted by an atmosphere.
It was the most beautiful sky I had ever seen, but all I could feel was unbearable sadness. I could only creep on the earth like a blasted ant, staring at it with bated breath.
In my dream, that was the day I died.
I think about it a lot. I think about the past. I have seen dead suns. I have seen sentient planets. I have seen the Reignbow Arbiter's Lux Arrow. I have seen too much. I have seen too many stars. I have seen the demise of too many lives. I have seen the births of too many beings. I have seen too much. I'm getting old. I think I'm getting old. I will die. My wings are broken. I can't go back. I think I'm old. I can't go back. I think I'll die. My wings are broken. I can't fly. I'm like an ant. I don't think I can fly. I think my wings are broken. I want to go back. I want to go back to the sky. I want to go back. I want to go back to the sky. I want to go back.
I awoke from the dream.
I want to go back. I want to go back. I want to go back.
I need to go back. The sky belongs to me. I crave to return to the skies.