'All Told, A Sleepless Night'

Lvl: 60
Trust: 100 (10,070 Points)
Availability: na
Equip Trait
Reduces Deployment Cost
Deals AOE Arts damage
Equip Attribute Bonuses
Stat Value
cost -8
atk 82
attack_speed 7
Equip Summon Attribute Bonuses
Stat Value
max_hp 400
atk 25
def 25
Talent Information
The first attack after deployment will summon 2 'Freelings' (lasts for 25 seconds) at the target's location and 4 surrounding tiles (only on deployable ground tiles). Freelings are stronger and restore 1 SP to Dusk per 1.5 second
Unlock Information
Defeat a total of 80 enemies with Dusk (excluding Support Units)
Clear Main Theme 4-3 with a 3-star rating; You must deploy your own Dusk, and only Vanguard Operators are allowed for the remaining members


Module Description

First watch comes; face mirrors, light candles, impart jade's command.
'Pon towers, springs and autumns daren't be studied; dry hairs crack readily; ink loses black luster; the four seas await light's hour.
Second watch comes; in want, in imitation, such worries beget no thought.
Peer the halewhite moon, visit by the wondrous mounts; the plants stir shape; waterfalls run red; dried bones pale verdant blue.
Third watch comes; colors wind, smoke parts, closing ne'er as simple but.
Drearfrost morn's horn sounds in Year's twilight end; forts and mounts challenge crossers; journeys wither, grasses wane; not one of ten return.
Fourth watch comes; in deepest night, crickets chirp, the painting unreplete.
Long lives are taken in mistakes endgame; in old offices deepen cold; in snapped branches sweetens fraternity; in sky hangs blankest stele.
Fifth watch comes; a lantern is lone 'til its utmost, window yearning for morn's light.
Long away in the painting, dream taken as no fool's; gold splendor naught but wild; a Dusk to ashes turns; paper burnt out in daybreak's hue.

—Gloss of a Kou-wu City folksong

During an assignment in Kou-wu City, a Candleholder happened to overhear several children singing a song of this manner in the street. The lyrics were vague and resisted understanding, and its repeated retelling seemed to have corrupted it several times. However, the events directly referenced by the warped lyrics led the Candleholder to be uneasy. When he inquired with the children whether they knew the meaning of the lyrics, and where they heard it from, they unanimously shook their heads. Left with no alternative, the Candleholder transcribed the lyrics and let the children return home.
Afterwards, the Candleholder got in direct contact with local authorities, requesting they bolster security administration and enlist more emergency workers to respond in the event of sudden disaster. At the end of that autumn, a flood broke out in the area. With grain harvests under thirty percent of previous years, it was fortunate that local authorities had long since prepared, and were ready to send in grains from nearby cities, leading to no further unrest. Post-disaster reconstruction work was likewise completed smoothly.
All aforementioned events have been recorded in Sui Regulator files.