As the first and only hammer-wielder currently in the game, Tower of Fantasy’s Ene is always ready to smash through the opposition with her huge frost hammer, Pummeler. Though she may look small and sweet, with her fluffy little cat ears and translucent tummy, she can sure pack a punch and makes a great addition to any tank team.
If you want to get this adorable droid on your side and harness the power of the Pummeler, you’re in the right place. In this Tower of Fantasy Ene build guide, we dive into all of her attacks, skills, advancement stars, and more, along with her top team comps and the best matrices to equip her with. Don’t underestimate her – she means business!
If you want to see where all the other Tower of Fantasy characters rank, check out our Tower of Fantasy tier list. We’ve also got a bunch of other handy ToF content, including our Tower of Fantasy Claudia, Tower of Fantasy Frigg, and Tower of Fantasy Cobalt B builds, along with our Tower of Fantasy events and Tower of Fantasy cooking guides.
Tower of Fantasy Ene
Back in the era of the Old Federation, a private military contractor known as Victoria had plans to develop a series of elite battle droids – and Ene was their prototype. Intending to make the ‘perfect droid’ that was self-aware, independent, able to think, and capable of acting like a real human, the executive of the program uploaded a backup of his deceased daughter’s consciousness into Ene to act as her ‘soul’. She was later granted the right to live as a human.
Ene is an SR Simulacra who wields an ice hammer called Pummeler.
Ene is an SR simulacra available on any of the limited or standard weapon banners. You’re guaranteed to get one SR weapon every ten pulls, so it shouldn’t take long for you to gather at least one or two copies of Ene and her Pummeler.
For more info about drop rates, currencies, and more, check out our Tower of Fantasy banners guide.
Though Ene is only an SR Simulacra and lands in the B rank of our Tower of Fantasy tier list, she’s still a worthy addition to your arsenal. She’s easy to acquire and has great shield-breaking capabilities, making her a good choice against shielded enemies and world bosses.
Her ice shell passive also freezes enemies with fully charged attacks, allowing you to disable and debuff your opponents with a few well-placed combos. Her tankiness also increases with her advancement stars, and, with so few defence weapons currently in the game, she’s a great asset to fortitude teams.
Here, we list all the main stats for Ene’s weapon, Pummeler. These are the weapon’s base stats before you level it up or equip it with any matrices.
The shatter ranking dictates how quickly Pummeler can break enemy shields, whereas the charge rate shows how quickly the weapon gains charge.
- CS: 47
- Shatter: 10 (A)
- Charge: 6 (B)
- Attack: 9
- Resistance: 5
- HP: 753
- 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.
Here are each of Tower of Fantasy Ene’s skills and attacks. Note that this is based on Pummeler’s level one stats, which increase as you level up the weapon.
|Normal attack||While on the ground, swing the maul to attack four times in a row.
First attack: deal damage equal to 76.3% of ATK +4 and knock the target back a short distance
Second attack: deal damage equal to 62.1% of ATK +3 and knock the target back a short distance
Third attack: deal damage equal to 157.4% of ATK +8 and knock the target back a short distance
Fourth attack: deal damage equal to 263.8% of ATK +14 and launch the targetWhile Outburst is active, swing the maul to attack four times in a row.
First attack: deal damage equal to 75.5% of ATK +4 and knock the target back a short distance
Second attack: deal damage equal to 65% of ATK + 3 and knock the target back a short distance
Third attack: deal damage equal to 171.3% of ATK +9 and knock the target back a short distance
Fourth attack: deal damage equal to 315.3% of ATK +17 and strongly suspend the target
|Pummel (jump, attack)||
While airborne or after jumping once, tap normal attack to trigger Pummel, dealing damage equal to 121.7% of ATK +6 and suspending the target
While Outburst is active, deal damage equal to 133.9% of ATK +7 and strongly suspend the target. The higher the altitude when triggering the attack, the greater the damage dealt, up to 600% damage
|Shockwave (jump, hold attack)||
Tap and hold while airborne, double-jump, short tap in the air when there are targets nearby, or while climbing, jumping backwards, or attacking while using the jetpack to trigger Shockwave. Strongly suspend the target four times, dealing damage equal to 34.8% of ATK +2 each time. Costs 250 endurance.
While Outburst is active, Shockwave strongly suspends the target five times, dealing damage equal to 38.3% of ATK +2 each time. The higher the altitude when triggering the attack, the greater the damage dealt, up to 600% damage.
|Sneak attack (crouch, attack)||Approach the enemy from behind while crouching, then tap normal attack to launch a sneak attack, dealing damage equal to 427.5% of ATK +23|
|Focus Smash (hold attack)||Tap and hold normal attack to trigger Focus Smash (can be charged up to three stacks). You’re immune to all control effects and gain hyperbody while charging.
First stack: deal damage equal to 110% of ATK +6 and suspend the target
Second stack: deal damage equal to 276% of ATK + 15 and strongly suspend the target
Third stack: deal damage equal to 518% of ATK + 27 and strongly suspend the targetWhile Outburst is active, tap and hold normal attack to trigger Furious Strikes, dealing damage equal to 501.6% of ATK +26 and strongly suspending the target.
|Jumping Smash (dodge)||Use the arrow buttons and the dodge button to trigger Jumping Smash, unleashing a shockwave that suspends the enemy four times, dealing damage equal to 161.6% of ATK +9|
|Worldsplitter (dodge, attack)||
Tap normal attack during the short period after a dodge to trigger Worldsplitter, unleashing three shockwaves forward, each dealing damage equal to 52.4% of ATK +3, and suspending the targets.
While in Outburst mode, fire five shockwaves forward, each dealing damage equal to 52.4% of ATK +3 and suspending the target
|Outburst||Activate Outburst, increasing your damage dealt for 25 seconds. While Outburst is active, skills trigger Windfury, dealing damage equal to 219% of ATK +12, strongly suspending the target, and creating an air current on the ground. While standing in the current, dodging has no cost||45 seconds (Windfury’s cooldown is ten seconds)|
|Overwhelming Maul||When weapon charge is full or Phantasia is triggered, switch to this weapon to cleanse yourself of all debuffs and strongly suspend nearby targets, dealing damage equal to 153.3% of ATK +8. Also summon a maul to fall on nearby targets, dealing damage equal to 153.3% of ATK +8|
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 Ene and her Pummeler, you can purchase another copy through the Commissary’s weapon store for 35 black gold. Alternatively, you can get a duplicate of Ene by pulling on the banner.
Advancing your weapons by spending fusion cores and gold unlocks special bonuses. Here are all of the bonuses you gain from unlocking each of Ene’s advancement stars.
- One star: Taunt nearby targets after switching to this weapon, preventing one instance of damage in the next eight seconds and granting hyperbody for the next eight seconds. Cooldown is 15 seconds
- Two stars: increases the weapon’s base HP growth by 10%
- Three stars: after taking damage, reduce all damage received by 50% for the next six seconds. Cooldown is 20 seconds
- Four stars: increases the weapon’s base HP growth by 20%
- Five stars: normal attacks stun targets for 2.5 seconds. Cooldown in 20 seconds
- Six stars: discharge skills deal an additional 10% damage to targets and increases frost damage by an additional 10% for 25 seconds
Although Ene has her own set, she’s a rare exception where we recommend equipping her with different sets. The best choice for her is Huma’s set, which allows her dodge attacks to inflict bleed, and reduces the attack of nearby targets that are taking damage over time.
Alternatively, in a fortitude team comp, Ene benefits from Robarg’s matrix set, which poisons the target when Ene breaks its shield. Or, if you’re looking for an R-rank substitute while you’re waiting for something better, Functional Dash gives a small boost to Pummeler’s frost attack.
|ToF matrix set||Rarity||Effect|
Two equipped: hitting targets with dodge skills inflicts bleed, dealing damage equal to 15%/19%/22.5%/26% of attack every second for five seconds
Four equipped: reduces attack of all targets within eight metres that are taking damage over time by 10%/12%/13%/15%. Only the highest level’s effect is applied when obtained repeatedly
|Robarg||SR||Three equipped: when a target is shattered, poison them and deal damage equal to 45%/56%/67.5% of attack every second for ten seconds|
|Functional Dash||R||Three equipped: increases damage dealt by frost weapons by 6%|
When upgrading Ene, you need icecore, acidproof glazes, and booster frames. You can get boxes containing acidproof glazes 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.
Ene benefits most from the fortitude weapon resonance bonus and synergises well with Tower of Fantasy’s Meryl, who offers plenty of CC resist and further pushes your shield breaking capabilities. In the third spot we recommend using Tower of Fantasy’s Nemesis, who offers great healing for self-sustain and provides you with some more range.
When picking out gifts for Ene, keep in mind that she loves rare items, saved items, and decorations. We’ve listed all her favourite gifts below, along with their rarity, the number of awakening points they give, and where to get them from. For more information, head over to our Tower of Fantasy gift guide.
|Gift||Rarity||Awakening points given||How to obtain|
|3D Hykros puzzle||Purple||80||Special gift box|
|Angela ornament||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Banges specialty||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Limited Peanut figurine||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Music box||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|New game console||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Plush toy||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Smarty doll||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Snow globe||Purple||60||Special gift box|
|Cat throw pillow||Blue||30||Fine gift box|
|Chess set||Blue||30||Fine gift box|
|Coloring book||Blue||30||Fine gift box|
|Moonrabbit kit||Blue||30||Fine gift box|
|New Kalka ornament||Blue||30||Fine gift box|
|Tartarus ornament||Blue||30||Fine gift box|
|Custom poker deck||Green||15||Small gift box or from the item vendor in Banges|
|Mini potted plant||Green||15||Small gift box or from the item vendor in Banges|
|Nice picture frame||Green||15||Small gift box or from the item vendor in Banges|
|Paper pinwheel||Green||15||Small gift box or from the item vendor in Banges|
Giving Ene gifts earns you awakening points. When you hit certain awakening progress milestones, you also unlock recollection rewards. Here are all of Tower of Fantasy Ene’s awakening rewards.
Keep in mind that you can use a Simulacra’s unlocked trait without taking on their appearance by toggling the ‘use Simulacra trait’ switch underneath them on the Simulacra selection page.
|Awakening points||Recollection reward|
|600||Log: Taking Over the Liability|
|1,200||Ene: Fast Mode trait – when Ene swims, climbs, or glides, her endurance consumption reduces by 12%|
|2,000||Log: A Want for Power|
|3,000||Log: Future of Machines|
|4,000||Ene: Beyond Limits Mode trait – when Ene swims, climbs, or glides, her endurance consumption reduces by 20%|
That’s it for our Tower of Fantasy Ene build guide. If you want to explore a whole new world, head over to our Disney Dreamlight Valley realms guide.