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Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter build

Come chill out with us as we take a look at Tower of Fantasy's Cocoritter and her amazing healing staff, Absolute Zero, along with her skills, banner, and more

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter with an ice cream in Navia

Tower of Fantasy’s Cocoritter is an out-and-out cutie, both in design and personality. This sweet gal wants nothing more than to ensure the safety and wellbeing of all those around her, and, though her naivety may be a little worrisome, her determination is completely admirable.

In this Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter build guide, we go into detail about her powerful healing staff, Absolute Zero, including its skills and attacks, advancement bonuses, upgrade materials, and more. We also take a closer look at Cocoritter herself, including her banner, favourite gifts, voice actor, awakening, and more. So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get healing and shaking.

For more builds just like this one, check out our Tower of Fantasy King, Tower of Fantasy Frigg, Tower of Fantasy Meryl, and Tower of Fantasy Huma guides. We’ve also got a handy Tower of Fantasy tier list, along with all new Tower of Fantasy codes, with plenty of goodies up for grabs.

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter

Who is Tower of Fantasy’s Cocoritter?

Cocoritter is a kind and caring girl, whose unconditional trust in everyone can be a concern to those around her. Her sweet, innocent disposition goes hand in hand with her great determination to help others with her healing talents.

Cocoritter is an SSR Simulacra who wields a frost staff called Absolute Zero, capable of healing herself and allies.

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter splash art

What is Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s banner?

Cocoritter and her weapon, Absolute Zero, is one of the SSR Simulacra always available on all weapon banners. This means you can pull her on the Weapons Galore black and gold nucleus banners, or on the limited banner if you don’t pull the featured weapon.

To find out more about drop rates and currencies, as well as current, upcoming, and ongoing banners, check out our Tower of Fantasy banners guide.

What’s the best Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter build?

Cocoritter is first and foremost a healer. Her weapon, Absolute Zero, has a kit focused on healing and supporting both you and your allies, resulting in her being recognised as the strongest pure healer in both solo and multiplayer gameplay. She also doesn’t require advancement in order to unlock her powerful healing skills, though getting her to rank one provides you with a super helpful passive healing skill.

At three stars, Cocoritter also gets the sanctuary skill, which removes debuffs and increases the shatter rate and attack of herself and her allies, which is a great asset to any team.

Aside from her amazing support skills, Cocoritter has a brilliant weapon charge rate, helping you unleash your discharge skills more frequently, She can also apply frost damage over time, slows, and can control enemies with her combos, making her a wonderful unity for support and utility.

What are Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s weapon stats?

Here, we list all the main stats for Cocoritter’s weapon, Absolute Zero. These are the weapon’s base stats before you level it up or equip it with any matrices.

The shatter ranking dictates how quickly Absolute Zero can break enemy shields, whereas the charge rate shows how quickly the weapon gains charge.

  • CS: 272
  • Shatter: 4.00 (B)
  • Charge: 12.50 (S)
  • Attack: 15
  • Resistance: 17
  • HP: 1,165
  • Type: ice shell – when your weapon is fully charged, it freezes the target for two seconds and leaves them frostbitten for six seconds. If you break the ice shell, it causes additional damage equal to a set percentage of attack. While frostbitten, the target’s weapon charge rate is reduced

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter on the Simulacra select page

What are Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s attacks and skills?

Here are each of Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s skills and attacks. Note that this is based on Absolute Zero’s level one stats, which increase as you level up the weapon.

Normal attacks

Skill Effect
Normal attack While on the ground, swing the staff to attack five times in a row.
First attack: deal damage equal to 54.4% of ATK +3
Second attack: deal damage equal to 40.8% of ATK +2
Third attack: deal damage equal to 65.6% of ATK +3
Fourth attack: deal damage equal to 89.7% of ATK +5
Fifth attack: deal damage equal to 158.4% of ATK +8
Soaring barrage (jump attack) While airborne or after jumping, tap normal attack to attack five times in a row.
First Attack: deal damage equal to 70.5% of ATK +4
Second attack: deal damage equal to 50.8% of ATK +3
Third attack: deal damage equal to 55.1% of ATK +3
Fourth attack: deal damage equal to 99.1% of ATK +5
Fifth attack: deal damage equal to 103.2% of ATK +5
Moonfall (jump, hold attack) Tap and hold the normal attack while airborne to trigger moonfall. Upon landing, deal damage once every 0.2 seconds, for a total of 123.8% of ATK +7 damage
Focused assault (attack, hold attack)  After the third normal attack, hold the normal attack button to trigger branch attacks, consuming 300 points of endurance. Pull in enemies in front of you, suspending them and dealing damage equal to 34.9% of ATK +2 every 0.3 seconds (up to four times). With the second attack, deal damage equal to 40.4% of ATK +2 at the target location and to nearby enemies every 0.3 seconds

Dodge attacks

Skill Effect
Surge (perfect dodge, attack) Tap normal attack during the short perfect dodge window (tap an arrow button before dodging) to trigger surge. Each weave of energy deals damage equal to 45.9% of ATK +2 to targets. Also grants 75 weapon charge points upon use
Tesseract (dodge, attack) Tap normal attack during the short period after dodging to trigger an evasive blast, firing an orb forward that deals damage equal to 66.4% of ATK +3 to targets in its path every 0.3 seconds (up to five times). Grants 75 weapon charge points upon use


Skill Effect Cooldown
Sanctuary Create a healing zone that moves around with you, healing yourself and nearby allies for 95% of attack +5 once every 0.5 seconds for six seconds 60 seconds

Discharge skill

Skill Effect
Swift deliverance When your weapon is fully charged or Phantasia is triggered, switching to this weapon cleanses you or all debuffs, then continues to remove debuffs and heal you and your allies for 118.8% of attack +6 HP for seven seconds

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter three star skin splash art in the snow

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter advancement

You can advance Tower of Fantasy weapons by using their corresponding fusion cores, which you get by collecting more than one copy of a character. After you get your first copy of Cocoritter and her Absolute Zero staff, you can purchase another copy through the Commissary’s weapon store for 120 black gold. Alternatively, you can get a duplicate of Cocoritter by pulling on the banner, but, of course, this is entirely up to RNG.

Advancing your weapons by spending fusion cores and gold unlocks special bonuses. Here are all of the bonuses you gain from unlocking each of Cocoritter’s advancement stars.

  • One star: after dodging, summon a healing bee that follows you around and heals the ally with the lowest percentage of HP within 15 metres. Heal for 25% of attack and restore 50 weapon charge points each time. Lasts for 25 seconds, the cooldown is 25 seconds
  • Two stars: increases the weapon’s base HP growth by 16%
  • Three stars: using your skill or discharge skill removes debuffs from targets. You can use this while being affected by control effects. It also increases shatter and damage dealt for all teammates within range by 20%, and grants them immunity to control effects and shatter
  • Four stars: increases the weapon’s base HP growth by 32%
  • Five stars: increases healing effect by 15%, plus an additional 20% when you’re healing targets with less than 60% HP
  • Six stars: Whenever you summon a healing bee, or a healing bee disappears from battle, heal all allies for 100% of your attack. All allies within ten metres of the healing bee also gain 15% boost to all damage and healing (cannot stack)

What’s the best Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter matrix set?

All Simulacra have their own dedicated matrix set, and Cocoritter is no different. Hers is a brilliant set for increasing your healing and buffing both your and your allies’ attack. However, as it’s an SSR set, it can be a little tricky to get your hands on. Luckily, SR Pepper’s matrices are also a great choice, and you can get the entire set by completing chapter seven of your wanderer’s adventure book.

If you’re looking for an R-rank option, you should go with the Functional Dash set to nab a small frost damage boost. Check out our Tower of Fantasy matrices guide for more info.

ToF matrix set Rarity Effect
Cocoritter SSR Two equipped: increases healing capability and healing received by 10%/12%/14%/16%
Four equipped: when you or your teammates are healed, increases attack by 12.5%/15%/17.5%/20% for six seconds. Only the highest level’s effect is applied when obtained repeatedly
Pepper SR Three equipped: increases speed of obtaining weapon charge by 10%/12.5%/15%
Functional dash R Three equipped: increases damage dealt by frost weapons by 6%

A close-up of Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter's face

What are Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s upgrade materials?

When upgrading Cocoritter, you need icecore and heart of winter elemental ores, acidproof glazes, and nanofiber frames. You can get boxes containing acidproof glaze and booster frames as rewards from Dimensional Trials, Interstellar Exploration, Omnium Beacons, and the weapon store. You can find icecore while out exploring, or by using elemental ore boxes. For more help locating materials, check out our Tower of Fantasy map guide.

What are the best Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter team comps?

To be a strong healer, you realistically need two healer-type weapons on your team to reap the rewards of the benediction buff. As such, we recommend pairing Cocoritter with Tower of Fantasy’s Zero for a more defensive build, or Tower of Fantasy’s Nemesis for and offensive approach. Alternatively, you could pair her with both Zero and Nemesis for a well-sustained PVP lineup that can help you out-survive your opponent with ease.

Another strong PVP team sees Cocoritter paired with Nemesis and Tower of Fantasy’s Meryl – a lineup that is currently considered meta. Meryl offers amazing damage, shield breaking, and crowd control resist, Nemesis dishes out ranged damage and heals, while Cocoritter ensures your health stays in top shape, charges your other weapons, and offers some crowd control and freeze options.

Alternatively, for a good general-purpose team, you can put Cocoritter and Zero with Tower of Fantasy’s Shiro, who can help slow enemies and shred their shields from a distance.

What are the best Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter gifts?

When picking out gifts for Cocoritter, keep in mind that she loves toys, decorations, and rare items. For more information, head over to our Tower of Fantasy gift guide.

What are Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s awakening rewards?

Giving Cocoritter gifts raises her awakening progress. When reaching certain awakening milestones, you earn recollection rewards. Here are each of Cocoritter’s.

Keep in mind that you can use a Simulacra’s trait without taking on their appearance by toggling the ‘use Simulacra trait’ button in the Simulacra selection screen.

Awakening points Recollection reward
200 Cocoritter avatar
600 Log: Memories
1,200 Cocoritter: Assistance trait – when Cocoritter uses a support weapon, increases incoming and outgoing healing by 20%
2,000 Log: Obsessions
3,000  Log: Companionship
4,000  Cocoritter: Trust trait – when Cocoritter uses a support weapon, increases outgoing and incoming healing by 20%. Additionally, when Cocoritter uses a support-type weapon’s discharge skill or weapon skill, it increases nearby allies’ ATK by 15% for five seconds

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter on Navia's Cetus Island

Who is Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter’s voice actor?

Cocoritter’s English voice actor is Lexi Fontaine, who has previously voiced Jean from Time Traveler Luke, Serena from Super Mecha Champions, Little Leela from Final Fantasy Brave Exvius: War of the Visions, and many more.

Cocoritter’s Japanese voice actor is Kito Akari, who you may recognise as Genshin Impact’s Barbara, Maria Valkyrie from Valkyries Elysium, Aiba from AI: The Comnium Files, Elsje from Rune Factory 5, Nesuko Kamado from Demon Slayer, and many other roles.

That’s it for our Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter build guide. Be sure to check out our Tower of Fantasy characters guide to get familiar with the rest of the Simulacra, or head over to our list of the best games like Genshin Impact for a fresh adventure.