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|Base Atk||944||Base HP||1,425|
|Max Atk||5,195||Max HP||7,129|
|Grail Atk||8,072||Grail HP||10,990|
Attack / HP Growth
The Austrian musician dazzles and impresses as a cheap support Servant with some very impressive values on his skills. A Servant practically made for the Chaldea Combat Uniform, Mozart’s value in both Arts and Critical teams is immense...for a single turn. Mozart’s best use is as an instant Arts buff + Critical Star infusion for more powerful Servants by either swapping him in with Order Change, or vice versa. Mozart by himself provides little outside of his main two skills, with Aesthetic Appreciation being extremely situational at best and his stats being downright pitiful. His NP is the inverse of Hans, but suffers from a low hit chance and time spent charging it. Overall, he is worth raising due to his very low cost values and incredible proficiency in his niche.
Powerful Arts buff
Mozart offers an amazing Arts buff for the team with a value of up to 44%, especially potent if it's during the NP turn of some Arts servants like Vlad or Robin Hood.
Critical Hits on Demand
Mozart can instantly guarantee a turn full of critical hits with his Eine kleine Nachtmusik at max level, ensuring an immense one turn burst for critical oriented teams. There is no other skill in the game capable of granting this many Critical Stars instantly. Despite the Arts buff in Mozart’s skillset, this capability alone makes him valuable in many Buster Crit teams as well.
Decent Debuff NP
With the same values as Hans’s buffs, the debuffs applied by Mozart’s NP offer a substantial hindrance to opponents and combines well with powerful overcharge effects like Robin Hood’s. However this NP rarely sees much use due to Mozart’s fragility and weak sustained performance.
Musicians are elegant creatures, unsuited for damaging enemies. During combat, Mozart is extremely weak due to a combination of poor stats, a lack of offensive oriented skills meant for himself and his Caster-class damage modifiers. Furthermore, Mozart’s base HP is low and lacks non-situational defensive measures. A stray critical hit will kill him. Generally, his on-field performance is simply best avoided and left to more capable Servants. Exploit his buffs through the use of Order Change on the Chaldea Combat Uniform.
After casting his two primary powerhouse skills for 1 turn, Mozart usually cannot supply the team with much more. Charging his Noble Phantasm often requires too much time and his second skill is incredibly situational. With his two big skills on cooldown, “accidentally” letting him die to switch in someone more useful is usually better than letting him linger.
Craft Essence Recommendation
Due to Mozart’s low cost, Mozart can either carry a strong CE to further support the team or use the cost saved from his low cost to equip the other Servants with expensive CEs instead. There are however some fun possibilities to exploit with Mozart for clever Masters.
Golden Captures the Carp: What if one turn of stars isn’t enough? Equip this one to Mozart to try and stagger Mozart’s stars over 2 turns. Ideal for Servants with star absorption. Use this with Order Change from the Chaldea Combat Uniform.
Ox-Demon King: For fans of Buster Crit Servants, this CE is ideal for finishing off a boss with one powerful turn. Use this with Order Change from the Chaldea Combat Uniform.
Gudaguda Poster Girl: Putting a taunt on Mozart seems cruel, but Mozart is so fragile that this CE will enable a more fruitful Servant to come in after Mozart’s skills have been used.
A Fragment of 2030: For a Mozart that supports an Arts (Critical) team without exploiting Order Change, this CE will allow him to passively help the team.
Prisma Cosmos/Kaleidoscope: For Masters that do want to use his NP, boosting his NP gauge without relying on his combat performance is ideal.
Level Up Skill Recommendation
Protection of Muse sees a substantial increase in value from levelling and should be raised for any Arts teams that feature Mozart. The 44% Arts damage for the entire team in 1 turn is fantastic and its value is close to Tamamo's signature Fox Wedding. A nice substitute for any Master without Tamamo. Can be levelled first for patrons of Arts Servants.
Aesthetic Appreciation is actually a contender for one of the most awful skills in the game, being extremely niche and very underwhelming even at max level. Unless materials are abundant, (unlikely), Masters can skip this skill.
Once Eine kleine Nachtmusik is acquired, Mozart is best described as an "I want to crit this turn immediately" button just because of how strong this skill is. It is a great idea to get this skill maxed as soon as possible for any Masters that wish to experiment with critical hit shenanigans. This skill can be levelled first or second depending on personal preference. Buster fanatics especially may prefer levelling this skill first.
Suggested Servant Synergies
Robin Hood: As one of the premier Arts-based attackers freely available to any Master, Robin Hood benefits immensely from every aspect of Mozart’s kit. A Robin NP buffed by Protection of Muse and overcharged after Mozart’s NP will do immense damage. Alternatively, an NPAA with guaranteed critical hits is perfect for back-to-back NPs. Many of the other powerful Arts Servants such as Euryale, Orion, Vlad and Altria Pendragon (Archer) see a similar boost in performance.
Heracles: Heracles is but one example of Buster Servants with a critical damage steroid that have a difficult time attracting stars. But with the overwhelming number of stars provided by Eine kleine Nachtmusik, Heracles will have no problems getting the critical hits he desires. There are plenty of alternative Buster Critical Servants such as Jeanne D’Arc (Alter), Karna, Gilgamesh and Lancelot.
Waver: To truly reach spectacular numbers with support Servants, Masters need to engage in stacking as many buffs as possible. Preferably, of different, but complementary kinds so that the effects of each buffs are multiplied with one another. Thus, where Mozart can provide the Arts and Stars, Waver can supply the Attack buffs or critical damage buffs. In practice, Mozart will be combined with a host of other support Servants, such as Hans, Caesar, Nightingale, Tamamo, but especially (later) Merlin.
Available from the start
Unlocks after 1st Ascension
Requiem for Death
Chance to apply Attack and Defense debuff, effect based on Overload %.
Reduce all enemies' attack and defense (3 turns).
Skill Enhancement Materials
|1 → 2||10,000|
|2 → 3||20,000|
|3 → 4||60,000|
|4 → 5||80,000||
|5 → 6||200,000||
|6 → 7||250,000||
|7 → 8||500,000||
|8 → 9||600,000|
|9 → 10||1,000,000|
|NP Charge per Hit (%)||1.60%|
|NP Charge when Attacked (%)||3%|
|# of Hits (A)||1|
|# of Hits (B)||1|
|# of Hits (Q)||2|
|# of Hits (EX)||3|
|Trait 1||Humanoid||Trait 6|
|Trait 2||Servant||Trait 7|
|Trait 3||n/a||Trait 8|
|Trait 4||Brynhildr's Beloved||Trait 9|
|Trait 5||Trait 10|
|Instant Death Chance||40.50%|
|Release History||Since Launch|
|Country/Place of Origin||Austria|
|Seiyuu (CV)||Tomokazu Seki|