Intro to Ms.Fortune: Ms.Fortune is supposed to be a fighter who specializes in doing huge chunks of burst damage. Whether it be through damage based on health %, guaranteed crits, bonus crit damage, bleeds or some other method, she comes loaded with burst damage of some sort. Her character ability is meant to be a unique way of dealing damage, but sadly its very tricky to use. Fortune's abilities generally utilize the aforementioned methods of burst damage to work or some other gimmick mostly unique to Fortune to make her work. Character Ability: Head Games - Tap the Head Games button to enter headless mode. Ms.Fortune's head can attack independent of her body. But be careful: Ms.Fortune will also suffer any additional damage inflicted to her head! 1. Claw and Order Rarity: Gold Element: Wind Level 60 ATK: 12,519 Level 60 HP: 53.3k Level 60 FS: 23.5k SA: From Scratch - Critical hits have a 50% chance to reset the timers of all opponents debuffs except stun and doom - Hits that deal at least 5% of the opponent's max health set their special moves on cooldown and disable their blockbusters for 15 seconds At first glance, Claw and Order doesn't seem like anything TOO special. But consider this: her SA1 works on ANY debuff and not just the disable she inflicts with her SA2. This works well with bleed effects, curse, death mark and the disable she inflicts. She's a very good fighter to use and is easy to use, especially considering she doesn't need to use Head Games. She pairs excellently with fighters such as Sundae School, Sketchy and Sheltered. She deals incredibly high damage anyway, so the 5% hp threshold shouldn't be hard to meet, making her pretty good for control. But if you need some extra punch, then moves like El Gato and/or Fiber Upper should do the trick, since they are low hit count moves which do tons of damage. As for her pairings, you could use Sundae School to increase the time frame CnO has to reset debuffs or you could use Sheltered to boost your crit chance if its below 50%. If you want to keep your opponents cursed, Sketchy will pair nicely since buffs such as armor, immunity or invincibility that normally hinder CnO's performance will not affect her at all. Or if you don't feel confident in CnO's damage, you could even use Harlequin to boost the damage of El Gato or Fiber Upper. Because of the variety of pairings she has success with and the debuffs her moves inflict, she can do massive sustained damage, making her good against a majority of the cast. She struggles against Big Band and his variants because they generally tend to have their MAs equipped and when paired with armor (which they usually are), it makes getting to the 5% threshold very difficult. Brain Freeze and Scared Stiff also give her trouble because their SAs hurt Fortune's damage output, seeing as BF decreases Fortune's damage the more she gets hit and Scared Stiff can only suffer up to 5% of her total health in damage from any hit. Conclusion: CnO is worth the investment and does WORK. Ideal stats: 70% atk, 60% crit rate, 50% crit dmg, 40% meter gain and 35% defense 2. Purrfect Dark Rarity: Silver Element: Dark Level 60 ATK: 12,327 Level 60 HP: 41.1k Level 60 FS: 19.6k SA: Rare Sightings - After facing Ms.Fortune for 10 seconds, the opponent suffers curse and death mark - Head hits have a 10% chance to instantly defeat enemies if they are suffering from death mark and are below 50% health Purrfect Dark is a fighter who's either pretty easy to use or very difficult to use. If you choose not to utilize the instant KO chance from SA2, she's pretty simple to use. If you do though, she's very difficult to use because Head Games is generally hard to use. If you don't want to use Head Games, moves like Cat Scratch Fever, Hit Paws or Fiber Upper near the head will work fine. But, this isn't what you use PurrD for. PurrD's best attribute is the curse because all she'll have to do is not die for 10 seconds and bam, the opponent can't get buffs. Even when underleveled, PurrD isn't really at a disadvantage thanks to her pseudo-permanent curse, which lasts until either the opponent tags out or they're one of the handful of fighters able to remove debuffs from themselves (Summer Salt, Silent Kill and Doublicious). She can be sent to inflict curse to help out a much stronger fighter such as Buzzkill, UV or Primed, making her valuable no matter how leveled she is, as long as you've unlocked her SA1. She works well against every buff reliant fighter because of curse and sometimes, high hp fighters because of the insta kill chance. Her high attack is pretty much the same as CnO's though, so you're probably not going to need the insta kill chance. She's not as effective against non-buff reliant fighters and Brain Freeze because curse doesn't really do anything to them, though the insta kill chance somewhat compensates. Again, Brain Freeze in particular hurts since she takes less damage the more Fortune hits her. Also something to note, the insta kill chance doesn't work on blocked hits though. Conclusion: She's a very good and inexpensive fighter and is worth every penny you put into her. Ideal stats: 70% atk, 40% meter gain, 35% def, 35% crit rate and 40% crit damage. 3. Furry Fury Rarity: Diamond Element: Fire Level 60 ATK: 14,592 Level 60 HP: 62.2k Level 60 FS: 25.5k SA: Slash and Burn - Head hits have a 15% chance to inflict bleed for 10 seconds - Gain enrage every 1 second(s) while near an opponent suffering bleed. The enrage is removed when no longer near the opponent Furry Fury is one of the most, if not THE most difficult fighters to use. To get her SA to work, you have to do one of 3 things: risk everything and go for Head Games, combo out of Hit Paws or have a teammate inflict a very lengthy bleed (BHD and Scarlet Viper come to mind). The 2nd option generally tends to be the best option. Also, she has to stay near an opponent to gain enrage, which, unless you've got them in the corner, is VERY difficult to do. BUT, if all of this does work, she is very strong, as her attack stat is the 3rd highest in the game and when 3 or more stacks of enrage build up, almost nothing can hold her back. She's essentially a very high risk, very high reward fighter. The reward from such a risk is the only reason she's above HnS. Otherwise she's just so tricky to use. If you can make her work, then she's good against mostly everyone without armor or ways to avoid bleed. Even most Big Band and his variants, who normally do well against Fortune, somewhat struggle against her because of the bleed, rendering their armor and MAs worthless. Heavy Metal and PD are the best ones to tackle her since one has the element advantage against her and gains armor pretty easy while the other is very tanky and has a 50/50 chance of preventing her SA from working. Other fighters who work against her would be like Surgeon General, ICU Vals, Bloodbath, In Denile and Scared Stiff since they either stop her SA from working at all or take massively less damage from her, respectively. In In Denile's case, she does both, making her a particularly lovely counter. Conclusion: She may be worth it if you don't have either of the top 2 or a good fire, but is otherwise only decent. Ideal stats: 65% atk, 50% meter gain, 35% def, 35% hp and 50% crit damage. 4. Hack N' Splash Rarity: Gold Element: Water Level 60 ATK: 14,343 Level 60 HP: 48k Level 60 FS: 22.8k SA: Splash Damage - A well-timed block against standard attacks inflicts cripple and armor break for 15 seconds - Landing critical hits with Ms. Fortune's head will remove 1 opponent debuff, dealing an additional 3% of the opponent's max health for each debuff removed I might end up starting a controversy with what I'm about to say, but, oh well. Hack N' Splash's SA is pretty bad. Ok maybe bad isn't the best word to use here, but its very tricky to make use of and even if you can make use of it, its not that rewarding. Again, what exactly a well-timed block means, I don't know. But since Star-Crossed has a similar thing going for her, this one probably won't be much better. If anything, her's is better because at least stun is useful as control. Cripple doesn't help much considering HnS's mediocre health anyway, but armor break's pretty decent. However, Splash Damage is an ability that requires you to counter attack, meaning that making the first move is not a good idea. This makes the armor break not as worthwhile as it could be. Her SA2 is just WAY too risky to go for and all you get it is a small amount of burst damage. Also, there's a fair amount of situations where you actually don't want to remove the debuffs. If an opponent is cursed, has wither or bleed or any disables inflicted on them, removing the debuffs works against her. She's just a fighter who works against herself and requires too much for too little. The only reason she isn't lower is because of the Buzzkill levels of attack, though Furry Fury, PurrD and CnO all outclass her in terms of sustained damage. Ignoring her SA, she has the 4th highest attack in the game, making her pretty decent. But, you can't always rely on high attack when armor and other ways of reducing damage taken are present. She's not particularly good against anyone, but can be decent provided you invest into attack and crit rate/crit damage. However, as per usual, Brain Freeze and Scared Stiff counter her pretty hard since their SAs reduce the damage Fortune's gonna do to them. Conclusion: She's not too great, but if you do use her, be ready to invest a lot into her. Ideal stats: 60% crit rate, 70% crit damage, 50% atk, 35% def and 40% meter gain. 5. Meow and Furever Rarity: Gold Element: Light Level 60 ATK: 10,618 Level 60 HP: 58.7k Level 60 FS: 20.8k SA: Cloud Nine - Gain final stand for 10 seconds and 5 stacks of precision for every 10% health lost - Enemy is inflicted with death mark for 15 seconds and stun for 4 seconds when final stand expires A defensive fighter being decent on offense? Nonsense! In all seriousness though, MnF isn't too bad for offense. Sure, her SA doesn't really help her do more damage in any way like Hellcat or PurrD, but her attack stat is still decent and her SA acts as a safety net for when you screw up, something other Fortunes don't have. Plus, the stun can serve as good control if you need it. Precision, though very situational, can help her deal a little more damage since it guarantees a crit and doesn't proc SAs. Though she's not particularly good against anyone, she's above Hellcat because of the use the safety net that is her SA has and the fact that her enrage is easily removed. But besides that, I don't have much else to say about her offensively. Conclusion: Better suited for defense, but could be used provided the investment is good enough, Ideal stats: 60% hp, 35% defense, 50% meter gain and 40% atk. 6. Hellcat Rarity: Bronze Element: Fire Level 60 ATK: 10,522 Level 60 HP: 35.2k Level 60 FS: 16.7k SA: Purrgatory - Gain permanent enrage while health is above 50% - Gain 5 stacks of precision when defeating an opponent while benefiting from enrage Hellcat is a simple fighter who, on paper, seems pretty good. A damage boost that lasts a while combined with a way to deal with defensive SAs? Sounds great...until you realize that it only works while above half health. One of her huge drawbacks is her very low health. Normally, on offensive fighters, it isn't a huge detriment. Like on UV, Cold Stones, Xenomorph or Buzzkill. They have pitiful health, but their offensive capabilities are so great, it doesn't matter. But for Hellcat, it DOES matter. Because her offensive performance depends on her health. Even chip damage can hurt Hellcat a lot and possibly remove her enrage. In this case, Mlem is a must have because without it, Hellcat cannot maintain her enrage. Sure, Hellcat's a monster in lower tier pfs since the opponents won't be dealing enough damage (including chip) to hurt her performance. But once you bring her up to gold, she struggles immensely due to her bronze stats and how strong natural golds tend to be. She's not lower because she's the last decent offensive Fortune and the 3 variants lower than her have greater drawbacks than Hellcat does. Conclusion: Worth using early in the game, but for most of the game, she's not very good. Ideal stats: 60% atk, 50% hp, 35% def, 50% crit damage and 40% meter gain. 7. Just Kitten Rarity: Bronze Element: Water Level 60 ATK: 9,178 Level 60 HP: 39.1k Level 60 FS: 16k SA: Feline Agility - 50% chance when suffering a debuff to immediately convert that debuff to a stack of precision - 15% chance to evade any non-projectile hit and gain haste for 10 seconds Her SA is simple to use since you either need a debuff or getting hit for it to work. Though this is more useful on defense, it can help in a pinch on offense. Haste lets Fortune build up meter to get to her BBs quicker, which sort of helps her damage. Precision also helps, but you're probably not gonna get it so don't count on it. Other than that, not much else to say. Conclusion: Not the worst, but better saved for defense. Ideal stats: 70% hp, 35% def, 30% meter gain, and 40% atk. 8. Ms.Trial Rarity: Silver Element: Wind Level 60 ATK: 10,695 Level 60 HP: 45.7k Level 60 FS: 18.7k SA: Overruled - Charge attacks remove 1 opponent buff and grant 3 stack(s) of precision - Precision hits have a 100% chance to ignore the opponent's defense and armor This was one of the Halloween variants released a while back and, she sucks. Fortune's charge attack is probably THE worst in the game, which already hurts her. To make things worse for her, her SA completely relies on the charge, which it almost never does. Only reason she's above Feline is because she has actual attack. Conclusion: Not worth the investment. Also not worth keeping around unless you're a collector. 9. Feline Lucky Rarity: Silver Element: Light Level 60 ATK: 9,082 Level 60 HP: 50.3k Level 60 FS: 17.8k SA: Jackpot - Gain 3 stack(s) of precision every 7 seconds - 2% chance on critical hit to gain immune, invincible, final stand, and unflinching for 25 seconds On paper, she sounds great. A period of god-mode which lasts for 25 seconds? Sweet! In practice though, she doesn't work. Her attack is abysmal, the lowest of all the Fortunes. She will probably time herself out and her SA does nothing to help this. If anything, her once-per-match god mode makes it worse because it does nothing to significantly boost her damage and does occasionally work against her. Sure, the buffs are good and last a while. But realistically, you're probably not gonna do much with them. Conclusion: Just not worth it. Period...unless you're a collector.