- "You're not invincible. Monado Enchant!"
- — Shulk
Monado Enchant is one of Shulk's Monado arts in Xenoblade Chronicles. It grants an Enchant aura to all battle party members, enabling them to damage Mechon with normal weapons, and increasing the damage inflicted on Mechon by Auto-Attacks.
In Future Connected, Monado Enchant is not available to Shulk, due to the complete lack of Mechon.
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- ※ Increased auto-attack damage against Mechon
- Additional damage does not generate aggro.
- Shulk's AI will use this art when fighting Mechon.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2
Monado Enchant is a passive ability on Shulk's affinity chart in Xenoblade Chronicles 2, which increases damage dealt by the party by 20% to 40% when at max affinity, the percentage depends on his affinity chart.
- The symbol that appears on the Monado when Monado Enchant is activated is the kanji "機", which literally means "machine". This symbol also appears on the Monado when the Monado is activated.
- Although Monado Enchant in unavailable in Future Connected, Shulk is depicted in one cutscene using a variant of this art which acts as a Hilbert Effect allowing the party to damage the Fog King.
- In Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Monado Enchant is the only one of Shulk's Monado arts from Xenoblade Chronicles to not have its symbol appear at all during gameplay, despite Monado Enchant being one of Shulk's Battle Skills.
- The symbols for Purge, Cyclone, and Buster appear when Shulk uses them as his Blade Specials, the symbol for Speed appears during Shulk's Level IV Special, Monado Unbound, the symbol for Shield appears when Rex or Zeke use their Driver Art of the same name, and the symbols for Armour, Buster, Cyclone, and Eater appear on Malos's Aegis Sword when he uses them.