Reverse 1999: Is Eternity Worth Pulling

Eternity is a strong support character in Reverse 1999, but is she strong enough to pull?

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Eternity is a 6-Star Support with the Mineral element in Reverse 1999. She holds a sense of beauty and elegance around her, but is she as dangerous as she is graceful? You’ll want to know how she stacks up against other supports, so is Eternity worth pulling in Reverse 1999?

Reverse 1999: Is Eternity Any Good?

Eternity is a Support character that focuses on DPS. You can pull her for free in the beginner’s banner. However, she’s one of three free 6-Star characters you can pull, so if you don’t get her, you’ll have to test your luck summoning her like normal. 

She hits hard and is surprisingly tanky. Her Insights allow her to deal some good damage while replenishing her own health. Eternity’s main goal is to use her Ultimate as soon and as often as possible. Odd Story in Exeter has the potential to deal massive amounts of damage to all enemies. She’s great at dealing with multiple enemies at once with her normal skill, Antique Fan, as well. 

Although she’s hard to kill, you’ll want to have a good healer on your team to keep her at optimal health to get the most out of her attacks. Although she’s technically a Support, she can solo an entire group herself. In the early game, she’s one of the best characters and holds up even in the late game. 

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Reverse 1999 Eternity Abilities 

Now, let’s take a look at the specific abilities Eternity has. She’ll be dealing mass damage while healing herself in the process most of the time.

  • Odd Story In ExeterMass attack. Deals 300% Reality DMG to all enemies. This attack enjoys Leech Rate +50%.
  • Purse of Vigor — [Debuff]1-target attack. The caster suffers Current HP -10% and deals 200% Reality DMG. Inflicts one round of [Nasty Wound] on the target.
    • Level 2 — [Debuff]1-target attack. The caster suffers Current HP -10% and deals 300% Reality DMG. Inflicts one round of [Nasty Wound] on the target.
    • Level 3 — [Debuff]1-target attack. The caster suffers Current HP -10% and deals 500% Reality DMG. Inflicts one round of [Nasty Wound] on the target.
  • Antique Fan [Attack]Mass attack. HP -(current HP x10%) and deals 160% Reality DMG to two enemies.
    • Level 2 [Attack]Mass attack. HP -(current HP x10%) and deals 240% Reality DMG to two enemies.
    • Level 3 [Attack]Mass attack. HP -(current HP x10%) and deals 400% Reality DMG to two enemies.

How Does Eternity Stack Up? 

Eternity is a strong character that you can get at the beginning of the game. She excels at dealing a lot of damage to multiple enemies. Her abilities also heal her, making her hard to kill, which is a huge plus. Eventually, she’ll even gain immunity to Bleed, Corrode, and Poison with Insight I

Her Ultimate, Odd Story in Exeter, is one of the best, especially in the early game. It will save you when you’re in a tight spot or even end a fight fast. Her regular skills require her to be at optimal health to get the most out of them so you’ll need a decent healer in the late game. She’s viable throughout the whole game and doesn’t fall behind. 

Eternity is definitely worth pulling in Reverse 1999. She focuses on DPS while being hard to kill, which is rare. For more tips and tricks, check out our dedicated guides hub

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