Granblue Fantasy: Relink – how to get Stout Heart Sigil

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Let’s take a look at the Granblue Fantasy: Relink Stout Heart Sigil. With so many Traits available in Relink, you might want to know what they all do, and Stout Heart is a good one to know about.

As a defensive buff, it effectively lets your characters withstand hits and stop any interruptions. There are two variations of Supplementary Damage, and we’ll explore them as we go through this guide.

For more Relink, read our guides covering the Damage Cap Sigil and the best Fortitude Crystal farming methods. Now, let’s explore the Stout Heart Sigil in GBF Relink.

Stout Heart in Granblue Fantasy: Relink
Granboue Fantasy: Relink – Stout Heart Sigil (Image by VideoGamer)

How to get Stout Heart Sigil

The Stout Heart Sigil can be bought from Siero when you unlock Maniac difficulty. Since Stout Heart is such a powerful Trait, you will need a ton of rare and hard-to-get materials to make the Sigil. To find the Stout Heart Sigil, talk to Siero and then select the top option. Go over to the other tab and you will see Stout Heart and all the unique Sigils for each character.

Having the Stout Heart Sigil equipped will grant the equipping character the ability permanently. Outside of the Sigil, many characters can learn a Skill that grants them Stout Heart temporarily. There is no distinction between the two versions of Stout Heart. Here is a list of all the ways you can get Stout Heart in Granblue Fantasy: Relink:

Stout Heart TraitLearned by
Stout Heart SigilEquipping Sigil
Emerald GuardKatalina
Iron MaidenRosetta
Dance of Pink PetalsStout Heart
Stout Heart in GBF Relink

While you don’t need to struggle with painful RNG to get the Stout Heart Sigil, you will need to farm ridiculously tough fights to get all the materials needed to make it. The Stout Heart Sigil requires the following boss materials to make:

Stout Heart Sigil MaterialsBoss Drop
Destrudo x2Dropped by Id
Silver Wolf Clovis x2Dropped by Galanza
Cutthroat Fang x2Dropped by Maglielle
Tayu’itar Head UnitDropped by Tayu’itar
Flawless Prism x20Reward from various missions
Materials needed for the Stout Heart Sigil in GBF Relink.

The Sigil comes at maximum level, and all the Sigil says is that it will grant your character Stout Heart. At the moment, it is currently not possible to get Stout Heart as an added Trait to a + Sigil.

Stout Heart can also be granted by the Steady Focus Trait, which is from a Steady Focus Sigil. Stout Heart as an effect is different to the one provided by Steady Focus, as Steady Focus only applies Stout Heart when charging an attack.

What does Stout Heart do?

Stout Heart is a skill in Granblue Fantasy: Relink that makes it so you can’t be interrupted by foe attacks. This means that any damage done to your character won’t move or stop them in any way. You can use this to basically take huge hits while you stay put to charge an attack.

Katalina and Stout Heart in Granblue Fantasy: Relink
Katalina and Stout Heart in Granblue Fantasy: Relink (Image by VideoGamer)

The Sigil means you won’t have to worry about dodging out the way of an attack, so long as you can survive it. As you can imagine, this is fantastic for characters who need to charge skills (like Io) or mostly stay in one place (like Eugen). Regardless of who has the Sigil, it will be a huge benefit to your characters.

That’s all you need to know about Stout Heart and how it works in Granblue Fantasy: Relink. For more guides, read our pages covering the best builds for Calgiostro and how to get all Terminus Weapons.

Granblue Fantasy: Relink Stout Heart FAQs

Is Stout Heart good?

Yes, Stout Heart stop pesky interruptions that stop your rotations.

How do I get a Stout Heart Sigil?

You can buy it from Siero once you reach Maniac difficulty.

About the Author

Jack Webb

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Granblue Fantasy: Relink

  • Release Date: 01 February 2024
  • Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5
  • Genre(s): Action Adventure, Action RPG, Multiplayer
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