Pac-Man debuted in the arcade game, Pac-Man, in 1980. He initially began with few personality traits, reflecting his simplistic appearance in the games, but later installments in the series such as Pac-Land and Pac-Man World expand on the character and his backstory; in these games, he is shown to have a large family that he deeply cares about, and he is characterized as a relatively laid-back hero who is willing to help wherever he's needed. His relationship with his enemies Blinky, Pinky, Inky & Clyde have also changed over the years from being arch enemies, to allies of circumstance or even friendly rivalry.
Gains Combat Reflexes when attacking or attacked by Tacticians. Counters attacks and makes attacks Stealthy.
Ghostbuster - does extra damage to ghosts and takes less damage from their attacks
L1 - Bonus Fruit
- Key - Adamantium Slashing attack. Causes Tenderized and Bleeding
- Bell - causes Dizzy and Disoriented
- Melon - causes Slowed and Exposed
- Apple - causes Weakened and Staggered
- Ship - causes Weak Point
L2 - Pac-Dots
1 round cooldown
(allies) Rising up -gains either Fortified, Strengthened, Agile, or Focused.
(allies) Well Fed - that hit the spot.
L6 - Power Pellet
(special) Underdog - does extra damage to counter-classes
(special) Deadly Crits - deals extra damage on critical hits
(special) Paragon Exploiter - does extra damage to enemies with Weakened, Dizzy, Slowed, Exposed, Combo Setup, or Stun
(enemy) Disadvantage - creates a negative effect according to the class of the target.
(self) Well Fed - that hit the spot.
(self) Remove Debuffs
(self) Buildup - causes either Cosmic Energy, Force Field, Recuperation, Regeneration, or Teresing Boost.
L9 - Galaxian Starships
Ranged Gun Summon
3 round cooldown
(special) Summon Attack - cannot be countered
(enemy) Remove Buffs
(enemy) Flanked - single-target attacks against this target provide a follow-up attack
(enemy) Lock-On - takes extra damage from ranged attacks
Needs Food Badly