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Talk:Kana

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Male and Female

Can we add a random generator to switch between both Kana versions here so people know there are male and female versions? Or do we stack both of their sprites on top of one another?? -- Izagar  (My Talk Page) (My Contributions) 19:45, 1 March 2016 (UTC)

Ummm the page already has a random selector for both portraits in the stat boxes and the official art in the infobox though? (there just isn't any OA to put there yet) Or are you asking something else? Sorry if I misunderstood.L95 (talk) 20:05, 1 March 2016 (UTC)
Oh I see it now. My bad. But I think I will edit the infobox with them since it's still showing a blank link to an image. Thanks though. -- Izagar  (My Talk Page) (My Contributions) 20:08, 1 March 2016 (UTC)

Theory for Kana's Stats

As my subject line suggests, I have an idea for how Kana's stat growths may be determined. Before taking class into account, Kana's base growths are: 30% in HP; 35% in Strength; 30% for Magic; 40% for Skill; 45% for Speed; 45% for Luck; 25% for Defense; and 25% for Resistance. That's known already. I think Kana also has a boon/bane system like Corrin, but flipped around. For example, if Corrin selects Quick (Speed Boon) and Fragile (Defense Bane), Kana gets Sturdy (Defense Boon) and Slow (Speed Bane) and his/her growths are altered accordingly. I believe the bane and boon growth, cap modifiers, and base modifiers to work the same for Kana as they do for Corrin. After boon and bane have been applied, Inheritance takes hold. Kana's final growth rates, like those of any child unit, are thus determined by averaging his/her growth in each stat (after boon/bane) and the growths of his/her non-Corrin parent. As a result of the stat growths being determined, I don't really understand why the uncreated subpages for Kana's stats differentiate by Kana's gender, unless those pages are meant to go into the resulting growth changes brought about by each possible non-Corrin parent. Anyone have any thoughts on this? Cursed Umbreon (talk) 06:53, 27 August 2017 (UTC)

Serenes Forest has already figured it out.[1] The growth rates are determined by ((Variable parent’s growth rates + Kana’s growth rates) / 2), while Kana's stat modifiers are determined by (Corrin's modifiers + spouse's modifiers +1) (the +1 is not applied should the spouse be a second-gen unit). The two pages for Kana is probably meant to help visitors by simplifying it to the gender they wish to view, as the non-Corrin parent does make a big impact. The two Kanas are also treated as different units in the game itself unlike Corrin. Fastesthe1 (talk) 01:35, 28 August 2017 (UTC)
That page does not address the boon and bane system's effect on Kana. The game hints that Kana has the opposite boon and bane from Corrin with the Kana statue; usually statues raise the cap on the stat with the subject character's highest growth rate, and in Kana's case, it selects Corrin's bane stat. My information source on a lot of this kind of stuff is a Character Guide on GameFAQs written by Serenitys_Cat, located here. According to that guide, "Kana's stats will be affected by both your Corrin's stats and [Corrin's] spouse's stats." I believe this indicates that Kana somehow interacts with the boon/bane system. With that aside, does anyone have any ideas for what the format or contents of Kana/Stats (male) and Kana/Stats (female) should be? Cursed Umbreon (talk) 03:59, 28 August 2017 (UTC)
Based on how the stats work, Corrin's boon and bane will only affect Kana's stat modifiers and will do nothing to the growth rates. In Awakening the growths were fueled by both parents, but I guess the developers thought that too overpowering and thus nerfed it to one parent in Fates. Corrin's growth rates will affect their other child should they marry someone with a child of their own, however. Fastesthe1 (talk) 05:46, 28 August 2017 (UTC)