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Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

Posted by: BlueStacks Content Team

Alchemy Stars, the hottest release from Tencent Games in the Gacha/RPG genre for 2021 has just started its latest limited-time event titled Gloom of the Night. The tile-based gacha game boasts its strategic gameplay and cute 3D chibi sprites of beautiful characters called “Aurorians”. Alchemy Stars always releases new Aurorians along with their limited-time events and to give all players a chance to know about their backstory.

Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

Aurora Aeterna, the latest event by Alchemy Stars bought with it a new storyline for the event, new event-specific Aurorians Hachi and Gin, Hedy and Cordy. Players can receive a free Hachi and Gin by just logging in to the game through the Check-In Event. In this article, we will give a brief overview of the new Aurorians coming with the Aurora Aeterna event – Hachi and Gin, Hedy and Cordy. Hedy and Cordy, out of the 3 mentioned Aurorians are available to be summoned through their special time-limited recruitment. Players can summon for them using the Special Star Flares.

Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

Alchemy Stars gacha/summoning system is very straightforward and player-friendly. Banners are divided into event/time-limited banners and regular/rotating banners. Each banner uses up a different currency to summon – Special Star Flares and Star Flares, respectively for each type of banner. These Star Flares can be bought by using the premium currency Lumambers at an exchange rate of 300 Lumamber per Star Flare/Special Star Flare. They can also be earned via events, compensations, log-in rewards, and achievements in-game. As Bethel and Luke are event Aurorians, they are available through their own time-limited banners. Players can summon them with the base rate of 2% just like any other 6-Star Aurorian in the game till 50 summons. After 50 summons, the rates will increase by 2.5% per summon for summoning a 6-Star Aurorian. There exists no pity for a specific character but at least players who have saved up enough summons can be assured to summon a 6-Star Aurorian with the rate up. 

Hedy

Hedy is a 6-Star Forest Thunder elemental unit that is classified as a Converter type. She has a base Attack of 2958 and an HP of 7897. Her attack and HP stats are quite low compared to other 6-Star Aurorians of the same attribute. Hedy uses Pompey during Chain Combos and Active abilities to attack instead of herself. Pompey has 120% of the Attack Hedy has. Additionally, Pompey will increase its attack by 2% for every tile traveled during Aurora time up to a maximum of 30%. Hedy’s Active ability states she is able to teleport to a location and deal 250% damage to 1 column while knocking back all the enemies present. She will convert all tiles in the area to Green as well. Her chain skills deal damage in different shapes to a cluster of enemies, dealing more damage and changing shape according to the number of tiles traveled.

Here are her skills in detail: –

Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

Active Ability: Teleports to a selected location. Deals 250% damage to 1 column and knocks enemies back. Converts tiles in the area of attack to Green.

Passive Ability: When using Chain Combos and Active Skills, Pompey will show up and attack instead of Hedy. Pompey’s ATK is equal to 120% of Hedy’s ATK. During Aurora Time, Pompey’s ATK increases by 2% with every tile connection, up to a maximum of 30%.

Chain Ability (4/9/13 tiles) – Deals 110% damage to 12 tiles in a diamond shape, and an additional 16% damage to 1 surrounding cluster.

Deals 120% damage to 16 tiles in a radial shape, and an additional 18% damage to 1 surrounding cluster.

Deals 130% damage to 2 surrounding clusters, and an additional 20% damage to 1 surrounding cluster.

Cordy

Cordy is a 5-Star Fire Thunder elemental Aurorian which is classified as a Detonator type. She has a high base Attack of 3058 and HP of 9617. Cordy’s Passive ability states that for every 1 enemy within 2 clusters, she will increase her Attack and Defense by 5% each. Her Active ability states she deals 160% damage to 1 enemy within 1 cluster. When she hits the same target, she inflicts Paralyze for the 1st round. She inflicts Stun on the 2nd round if she hits the same target. Her damage from Active skill increases the more tiles the enemy is occupying in the cluster. Hence, this works really well against Boss enemies which generally occupy more tiles compared to smaller minions. Keep in mind this active ability is on a 1 turn cooldown so she can use this effectively every round just like Luke. Her chain skills deal damage in different shapes to enemies, dealing more damage and changing shape according to the number of tiles traveled. 

Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

Here are Cordy’s skills in detail: –

Active Ability: Deals 160% damage to 1 enemy within 1 surrounding cluster. When attacking the same target for the first time, paralyze is inflicted for 1 round. When attacking a second time, Stun is inflicted for 1 round. Active Skill damage increases based on the number of tiles occupied by the target.

Passive Ability: For every 1 enemy within 2 clusters, ATK and DEF increase by 5%.

Chain Ability (2/8/11 tiles) – Deals 165% damage to 1 surrounding cluster.

Deals 180% damage to 12 tiles in a diamond shape.

Deals 185% damage to 16 tiles in a radial shape.

Hachi and Gin

Hachi and Gin is a 4-Star Thunder elemental Aurorian which is classified as a Sniper type. Hachi and Gin are the Aurorian that is available to every player for free through the check-in event going currently for Aurora Aeterna. He is a Sniper classified unit with a base Attack of 3084 and HP of 8342. Hachi and Gin’s Active skill states that players can summon Gin on a traversable tile from where he throws a grenade in any direction including diagonal. The grenade bounces towards the direction dealing 200% damage to enemies it hits along the way and stops at the farthest possible location of the direction it was thrown in. His Passive ability boosts the damage of his grenades from Active Skill and Chain combos by 15% and 7.5% for each cluster the grenade travel before hitting the targets. 

Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

His chain combo attack makes him throw grenades at the nearest 2 enemies dealing more damage depending on the number of tiles traveled on. Here are his skills in detail: –

Active Ability: Select a traversable tile on which to summon Gin and determine his direction, then throw 1 grenade in this direction. This grenade can bounce again to the farthest distance possible in Gin’s selected direction. The grenade deals 200% damage to enemies it passes along the way. Gin can be made to face diagonal directions.

Passive Ability: For each cluster, grenades travel before Active Skill deals damage, final damage increases by 15%. For each cluster, grenades travel before Chain Combo deals damage, final damage increases by 7.5%.

Chain Ability (4/9 tiles) – Throws a grenade at the nearest 2 enemies, dealing 125% damage.

Throws a grenade at the nearest 2 enemies, dealing 140% damage.

Alchemy Stars – Hedy, Hachi and Gin, and Cordy in Aurora Aeterna

That is everything to learn about the new Aurorians – Hachi and Gin, Hedy and Cordy that came with the ongoing Aurora Aeterna event. If you would like to learn more about Alchemy Stars, check out our blog section for the Alchemy Stars community. We recommend playing Alchemy Stars on a PC with BlueStacks using a keyboard and mouse for the best experience.

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