16 combo Water attack on single foe (or probable 5% damage of foes' max HP), damage taken may restore HP for 3 turns, probable 2 turns Atk, Def reduction infliction, 3 turns critical and elemental vulnerability infliction, fills OD gauge & purges LS and ES Lock from random ally
18 combo Water attack on all foes (damage relative to remaining HP), 4 combo Water attack on single foe (or probable 5% damage of foes' max HP), boosts Atk, Def, Rec and critical rate for 4 turns, boosts Water elemental damage for 4 turns, boosts spark damage for 4 turns & fills OD gauge
25 combo Water attack on all foes (damage relative to remaining HP), boosts Water elemental damage for 4 turns, boosts spark damage for 4 turns, boosts critical damage for 4 turns, boosts Atk, Def and critical rate for 4 turns & purges LS and ES Lock effects from all allies
50 combo grand dual attack on all foes (damage relative to remaining HP), boosts Atk, Def, critical hit rate, critical damage, Spark damage, Water, Light elemental damage, 100% damage reduction, damage taken boosts BB gauge, 80% KO resistance & purges LS and ES Lock
70 combo grand dual attack on all foes (damage relative to remaining HP), boosts Atk, Def, Rec and critical rate, Water, Thunder elemental damage, spark damage, critical damage, max HP, fills BB gauge, 100% damage reduction & purges LS and ES Lock
Well done. Your keen eye for seeking mysteries has brought you to even my most secluded of temples.
A most curious bit of knowledge. Pray tell, where did you happen upon this? ...All right, keep your secrets. I'll find out sooner or later.
Gaze upon these sacred words, that your eyes may be open to Divine Truth! Behold—Heka!
Thoth, the goddess of knowledge, magic, and scribing, recorded all history since the beginning of Urzyma, when the Architect Ptah first Thought it into existence. Her followers number fewer than the other gods, but they are as dedicated and loyal to her as the ceaseless pursuit of knowledge.
Though Thoth wielded incredible magic and was possessed of a neutral, analytical disposition, it was nevertheless with trepidation that she watched the mortal known as the God-King harness the powers of that forbidden scroll to carve his own mark upon the land. His capital, which the gods agreed must remain nameless forevermore, was so beset with blasphemy that the Architect abandoned Urzyma in disgust. This sorrowful turn of events did not escape her reed pen, even though this detail was lost in the midst of the chaos the God-King brought to the pantheon.
Following the demise of Osiris, Lord of Life, his nether realm of Duat fell into ruin, and even death itself was destroyed in the wake of the God-King's bloody hunt for immortality. The orders of her brethren were persecuted for what the God-King called the "false faiths", and neither were Thoth's followers spared. A few, however, were so lured by dark promises that they threw themselves before his feet and renounced their faith; these were the ones Thoth watched in secret, if only to better understand their archenemy.
Thoth never wavered from her divine duty since time immemorial—to uphold Truth through the Word. The God-King's death at the hands of a brave priestess had set the wheels of fate in motion once more, and the goddess could feel it in her very soul—it was time at last to etch the new annals of history.