Should You Pull Tooth Fairy in Reverse 1999?

Not the typical Tooth Fairy. But should you pull her in Reverse 1999?

Tooth Fairy character art in Reverse 1999
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Tooth Fairy isn’t your typical cute little fairy in Reverse 1999. She’s a 6-Star healer with a Star element. Although she has a high rating, how does she hold up with other characters in her class? Should you pull Tooth Fairy in Reverse 1999?

Reverse 1999: Is Tooth Fairy Any Good?

Tooth Fairy is a Support and Healer all wrapped together. Her main focus is applying debuffs to your enemies so your team can land critical hits easier. The skill “Bad Tooth” increases your critical rate by 30%. On top of that, it will also clear all debuffs on the entire team. So, if you have any characters that need the boost, she’ll make them more viable. On top of her Support skills, Tooth Fairy will consistently heal your party with Lullaby. 

However, Tooth Fairy’s health and defense are lacking. Although she’s great and supports your team’s critical attack rate, if she gets hit by one herself, she might die in one hit. Especially in the later game where you’ll be facing enemies that have very strong attacks. However, don’t let this deter you from her ability to be a strong Support and Healer, not many characters are good at both. 

Reverse 1999 Tooth Fairy Abilities 

Tooth Fairy in a green coat and brown shirt character art in Reverse 1999
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Now let’s take a look at the specific abilities Tooth Fairy has. She’ll be supporting and healing your team at almost every turn. 

  • Bad Tooth — 1-target attack. 500% This attack enjoys +30% Crit Rate. Purifies all allies of all [Stats Down], [Neg. Status] or [Control] statuses after scoring a critical.
  • Empty Gums[Debuff]1-target attack. Deals 150% Mental DMG and gives the target 1 stack of [Confusion]. Lasts 1 round.
  • Level 2[Debuff]1-target attack. Deals 250% Mental DMG and gives the target 1 stack of [Confusion]. Lasts 1 round.
  • Level 3 [Debuff]1-target attack. Deals 450% Mental DMG and gives the target 1 stack of [Confusion]. Lasts 1 round.
  • Lullaby—- [Health]Mass heal. Heals all allies for caster’s ATK x80% of HP. This healing enjoys 30% Crit Rate.
  • Level 2 — [Health]Mass heal. Heals all allies for caster’s ATK x120% of HP. This healing enjoys 30% Crit Rate.
  • Level 3 — [Health]Mass heal. Heals all allies for caster’s ATK x200% of HP. This healing enjoys 30% Crit Rate.

How Does Tooth Fairy Stack Up? 

So, should you try to pull Tooth Fairy? Yes, but be careful. She’s an extremely good Support character and a good Healer. Her abilities are strong, especially in the early game — and sometimes even into the late game. However, she won’t take too many hits before she’s knocked out of the battle. If you can keep her alive, she’s a valuable asset to any team.

There aren’t too many Healers in Reverse 1999, and her ability to constantly heal is great. With that being said, there are better Healers and Support characters. But she’s versatile and good at both jobs, one of the only characters is. 

So if you have a team that relies on high critical hits and needs a healer Tooth Fairy is definitely worth pulling in Reverse 1999.  For more tips and tricks, check out our dedicated guides hub. There, you’ll find our best character tier list and whether or not Pickles is worth pulling.

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Antonio Samson

Antonio Samson is a gamer, writer and movie enthusiast. He loves games from all genres but has a deep fondness for RPGs. His Favorite games include Xenoblade Chronicles, Legend of Zelda and Kingdom Hearts. When he is not playing games he spends his free time watching movies and exploring new places.