She's **** compared to Lugh, the other mage in Sealed Sword. Her speed growth is way too low so she won't dodge enough. Low dodge and armor makes for a unit that constantly needs babysitting. Skip her and use Lugh as your primary anima magic user. --22.214.171.124 05:54, 19 December 2008 (UTC)Allen
You obviously have not even tried using her, as this is the cookie cutter opinion of a fandom that does not know what they are talking about. IF people wish to use her, then let them use her.--Otherarrow 09:29, 19 December 2008 (UTC)
The article should stress the point of her low level at joining and low speed growth. When she first joins, it's not too unlikely for Lugh to have a 10 level lead, making him a much stronger candidate in early game. At end game (if we assume the typical 20/10 average end level), Lugh has a 7 speed lead. Since he can double a much wider range of promoted units (Lillina will generally only double Generals and Wyverns), and has a much higher chance to hit and dodge without supports Lugh has a lead both offensively and defensively. Both have the same dismal staff rank at promotion.
I don't mean to say she isn't usable, as the high Mag is something of a saving grace, but Lugh is an all-around better unit. It's math.
I'd say her strongest feature is her fast support with Roy. --Yaztrak 10:41, October 8, 2009 (UTC)
And I'll admit, I only said most of that because I felt like proving some stranger on the internet wrong, but her low join level seems worthy of mention if someone wants to edit it in somehow. --Yaztrak 10:43, October 8, 2009 (UTC)
- The article did overrate her a lot. I edited it a little to remove some bias and added a mention about her relatively bad joining circumstances. Aveyn Knight 12:59, October 8, 2009 (UTC)