Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter - Absolute Zero Build Guide

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter – Absolute Zero Build Guide

Learn how to build Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter with our guide. Featuring her skills, weapon attributes, best matrices, best teams and more.

A healer with an infectious sweet disposition, who wanted nothing but to help and save everyone around her? Yeah, you’ve seen them all. In Tower of Fantasy, that’s Cocoritter.

If you’re having trouble and probably wondering on how to build Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter, then you’ve arrived at the right place. Know more about her using our in-depth strategy guide featuring her weapon, skills, best matrices build and best team composition.

Tower of Fantasy presents a unique world with futuristic facilities, giving you a glimpse of what it’s like to live in a sci-fi fantasy environment. The game itself has plenty of things to offer, including compelling stories and a complete roster of interesting and well thought-out characters to explore.

Simultaneously, encountering large enemies and terrifying bosses will become a big part of your life in the world of Aida. That being said, it is necessary to keep your character strong and become adept at fighting.

Who is Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter?

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Build Guide

She is a staff-wielding young lady with the ultimate desire to take care of others through her healing abilities. Cocoritter is a walking innocence, and she trusts everyone so unconditionally – this very trait is admirable enough, but it’s also the thing that worries the people around her. She is determined, and this is a testament to her kind heart.

Let us now take a look on how she fares up in this Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Build Guide. From her weapon, attacks and skills, advancement and awakening, best team compositions, down to her upgrade materials and gifts, and how to obtain this powerful unit. If your plan is to be a Cocoritter main and would like to know if she is worth investing for, then this guide is for you.

Cocoritter is an SSR Simulacrum whose main role as a Healer stands out among others. She is considered an S Tier unit who wields an Ice staff, Absolute Zero, whose valuable healing capabilities can support fellow allies stay much longer in battles.

  • Height: 147cm
  • Birthplace: Hykros
  • Horoscope: Gemini
  • Birthday: June 1
  • EN Voice Actor: Lexi Fontaine
  • JP Voice Actor: Kito Akari

Absolute Zero

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Absolute Zero

Absolute Zero, a healing type staff that doesn’t just heal, but is also capable of support, is Cocoritter's weapon of choice. This is no doubt Cocoritter’s greatest strength, and it’s all thanks to her weapon.

Shatter means the ability to break enemy shields. Cocoritter does that terribly with only a shatter value of 4, which clearly indicates that she’s not suited for such a role, while Charge means the rate at how quickly she can gain those weapon charges.

Listed down below are the base stats of her weapon without the upgrades from equipped matrices, nor leveling it up yet.

  • CS: 272
  • Shatter: 4.00 (B)
  • Charged: 12.50 (S)
  • Attack: 15
  • Resistance: 7
  • HP: 1165
  • Type: Ice shell – Fully charged weapons will freeze the target for 2 seconds and leave it frostbitten for 6 seconds. Breaking the ice shell causes additional damage equal to 151.00% of ATK. While frostbitten, the target's weapon charge rate is reduced by 50%.

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Skills

Now we’re off to learning more about her combat skills and attacks in this Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Build Guide. It’s important to take note that, down below, is Absolute Zero’s base stats at level one. As you level up the weapon, the damages and buffs it should provide for you will be having an increase as well.

Normal Attacks

Normal Attack

While on the ground, swing the staff to attack 5 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 (Aerial)

While airborne or after jumping, tap normal attack to attack 5 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 (Aerial & 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 (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 the user, suspending them and dealing damage equal to 34.9% of ATK + 2 every 0.3 seconds (up to 4 times).

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


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.

Grant 75 weapon charge points upon use.


Tap normal attack during the short period after dodging to trigger Evasive Blast.

Fires an orb forward, dealing damage equal to 66.4% of ATK + 3 to targets in its path every 0.3 seconds (up to 5 times).

Grant 75 weapon charge points upon use.



Create a healing zone that moves with the Wanderer and heals nearby allies for 95% of ATK + 5 once every 0.5 seconds for 6 seconds. Cooldown: 60 seconds.

Discharge Skill

Swift Deliverance

When weapon charge is full or Phantasia is triggered, switching to this weapon from another weapon removes all debuffs from the wielder, and the staff continues to remove debuffs from the Wanderer and allies, plus healing nearby Wanderers and allies for 118.8% of ATK + 6 HP for 7 seconds.

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Advancement

If by any chance you’ve managed to obtain more than one copy of a Simulacra and you’ve got around to using their corresponding fusion cores, then that’s what you call Advancement. There are currently two ways – acquiring the character again via means of gacha pulling or purchasing them via the Commissary’s weapon store that is worth 120 black gold. Here in this Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Build Guide are each of the healing specialist’s special bonuses once you’re able to unlock her Advancement stars.

Level 1After dodging, summon a healing bee that follows the user and heals the ally with the lowest percentage of HP within 15 meters. Heal for 25% of ATK and restore 50 weapon charge points each time and last for 25 seconds. Cooldown: 25 seconds.
Level 2Increase the current weapon's base HP growth by 16%.
Level 3Use Sanctuary or discharge skills to remove debuffs from targets, can be used while being affected by control effects. Increase shatter and damage dealt for all teammates within range by 20%, and grant them immunity to control effects and shatter.
Level 4Increase the current weapon's base HP growth by 32%.
Level 5Increase healing effect by 15%, plus an additional 20% when healing targets with less than 60% HP.
Level 6Whenever a healing bee is summoned or disappears from battle, heal all allies for 100% of the user's ATK. All allies within 10 meters of the healing bee also gain 15% all damage and healing boost (cannot stack).

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Awakening Traits and Rewards

Awakening system can be unlocked once you’ve reached Level 18 in the game. These are the traits that can be unlocked when you’ve improved your relationship with the Simulacra. In other terms, these are like “passive skills” that are direct buffs for the said character, using the Awakening points accumulated along the way. In this Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Build Guide, these are two of the healing specialist’s most valuable Awakening traits – while the rest are things like an avatar and additional lore content.


1200 AwakeningWhen Cocoritter uses a support weapon, increase healing effects she inflicts on others and receives by 20%.


4000 AwakeningWhen Cocoritter uses a support weapon, increase healing and healing received by 20%. And when Cocoritter uses a support-type weapon's discharge skill or weapon skill, increase nearby allies' ATK by 15% for 5 seconds.

Additionally, recollection rewards are given when you spoil Cocoritter her favorite gifts. Listed down below are the Awakening points you need to accumulate along the way to receive said rewards in-game.

Awakening PointsRecollection Rewards
200Avatar: Cocoritter
600Log: Memories
1200Trait: Assistance
2000Log: Obsessions
3000Log: Companionship
4000Trait: Trust

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Best Matrices

Matrices system in Tower of Fantasy are similar to that of Artifacts in Genshin Impact. These items basically act like the backbone to your character’s performance in-game because of the direct stat buffs and set bonuses they can offer. It can be a game-changer when equipped to a weapon accordingly, and make your gameplay experience much better as you go on.

For Cocoritter, here are her best matrices in the game currently. A highly sustained healing set that can buff the ATK of her allies as well.

4-set Cocoritter[2] Increase the healing amount and healing effect 
received by 10%/12%/14%/16%.

[4] When you or your teammates are healed, increase 
ATK by 12.5%/15%/17.5%/20% for 6 seconds.

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Best Team

For the best teams involving Cocoritter, it is best to know that she works well in Benediction teams. By definition, Benediction means equipping two healer-type weapons to increase healing by 100%, and in a team play, further increase healing by another 100%.

In this situation, it’s a good choice to pair Cocoritter with Zero, who is a Utility unit capable of providing shields as well as direct buffs to allies. This way, you’re more or less untouchable. For the last slot, if you’re into competing in PVP, consider putting Nemesis if you have her for a more well-sustained lineup. Moreover, if you’re into competing in PVP AND into meta, Meryl is your best option paired with Nemesis and Cocoritter. While Meryl deals damage and shield breaking, Nemesis does both ranged DPS and healing, and then Cocoritter works well on the sides – inflicting freeze, crowd control, weapon charges and of course, healing.

But if you’re more into the casual sides of Tower of Fantasy experience, a Shiro, Zero, and Cocoritter team is a really good lineup. Shiro can slow down enemies and is able to shred enemy shields from a distance, making this team comp great for general purpose gaming.

These are three of Cocoritter’s most viable teams at the moment, and it should now depend on which Simulacra you have on your roster, or how you want your game to play out for you to be able to pick your chosen ones.

PVP Sustain
PVP Meta
Shiro Support

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Pros and Cons

Cocoritter’s kit, and her role as a Healer, have their own pros and cons. Currently, she is still known as one of Tower of Fantasy’s best healers in the game – besides healing, she can also sustain and provide energy recharge, as well as be able to do crowd control while inflicting freeze damage against your opponents. Through this, players won’t be needing to consume food for HP recovery anymore because Cocoritter’s good at what she does.

Additionally, it’s important to remember that Cocoritter doesn’t need to go through Advancement in order to gain access to her healing abilities, nor to reach its maximum potential. She’s good enough at Level 1, and is deemed a strong unit when it comes to both solo and multiplayer gameplay.

The downside to her, however, is that her healing talents cannot guarantee you invincibility, but only sustainability (which is honestly not so bad). Since she is a designated healer in a party, she is incapable of effective shield breaking and her crowd control may be countered by immunity. All in all, she’s still viable in a lot of aspects if only to make your team alive and kicking.

Character Upgrade Materials

In order for you to be able to upgrade Cocoritter’s weapon, Absolute Zero, you will need certain upgrade materials which you can see below for your reference. The locations for the items can be found in this Tower of Fantasy Interactive Map available online.

110400Ice Core x2
220800Ice Core x2
3301200Ice Core x3, Acidproof Glaze I x3
4401600Ice Core x3, Acidproof Glaze I x3, Nanofiber Frame I x3
5502000Ice Core x4, Acidproof Glaze I x4, Nanofiber Frame I x4
6602400Ice Core x6, Acidproof Glaze I x6, Nanofiber Frame I x6
7702800Ice Core x8, Acidproof Glaze I x8, Nanofiber Frame I x8
8803200Ice Core x11, Acidproof Glaze I x11, Nanofiber Frame I x11
8802600Heart of Winter x5, Acidproof Glaze II x5, Nanofiber Frame II x5

Best Gifts for Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Best Gifts

When improving your relationship with your Simulacra, they can be given their favorite gifts to score Awakening points. For Cocoritter, here is a list of her favorite gifts under the Toys, Decorations, and Rare items.

  • Snow Globe
  • Banges Specialty
  • 3D Hykros Puzzle
  • Warren Fossil
  • Smarty Doll
  • Limited Peanut Figurine
  • Void Angel Figurine

How to obtain Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter

Tower of Fantasy Cocoritter Weapons Galore

Currently, although Cocoritter is an SSR unit, she can be obtainable by all means in-game. There’s the standard Weapons Galore banner which you can pull for using black or gold nucleus, and if you decide to pull on the limited banner, there is also a chance that you can get her there if the featured weapon refused to come home. Alternatively, an SSR Selector Box will be given once you’ve reached 700 points in the Newcomer Event. There, Cocoritter is a choice along with other powerful SSR characters and their weapons.

What do you think of Cocoritter as an all-around Healer cutie and how she fares in Tower of Fantasy? Let us know in the comments!

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