Free Fire has managed to separate itself from competitors in the battle royale genre with its character customization system. There are 32 characters in the game currently, and every time you play a match, you would get to pick 4 skills from any character you have. The best part is that those skills have levels and progression separately - you have to grind them out to have the best character possible.

Notora Free Fire
Free Fire Notora is one of the most underrated characters in-game. Her infinite heal is not to be underestimated

Not all skills are created equal, of course, as some are much stronger than the others. Just look at Alok's heal and speed boost and compare it with something like Kelly's 6% movement speed passive - it is a massive difference in power, pretty much. Notora's skill is not that strong, but it is definitely not weak either - it can shine in the correct situation. In this article, we would list out everything you need to know about Free Fire New character Notora.

1 - Backstory of Notora

Notora is an infamous biker whose family is literally a biker gang - needless to say, she was raised on a motorbike since birth. And what biker gangs actually do... well, they are all about racing, making trouble, and fighting other gangs. This is exactly why Notora is such a badass - she grew up in a super rough environment. Her biker gang life eventually came to an end, with her crew getting wiped out by a rival gang.

Notora and Misha probably know each other

Notora was the only survivor in the massacre, partly due to the respect those enemies have for her performance in the fight. They still want to kill her, of course - Notora was shipped to the battle royale Free Fire island afterward to fight to the death.

Landing on Bermuda, Notora swore to get revenge on the people who killed her family... and to do that, escape from the island is the only way. And to escape the island, you have to win the Free Fire battle royale - this is where the game begins.

2 - Notora's Character Design

Overall, Notora has the classic "tough" biker design, with leather getup from head to toe and dyed silver hair. Her leadership role in the gang is also a pretty unique take, as usually, gang leaders are male and not female, due to the level of strength and brutality needed. The character is probably inspired by the more common biker gang tropes in media and the various real-life gangs in North and South America.

Unlocking Notora through a bundle

3 - Notora's Skill

Notora's unique ability is called Racer's Blessing, which speaks volumes about her ability as a rider. Weirdly enough, it does not increase the speed of the vehicle but heals everyone in the vehicle she's driving instead. This is probably related to the fact that she's in a gang - she prioritizes healing her comrades before speed. Weirdly enough, Misha, a mechanic, is the character with the ability to increase the speed of vehicles.

Notora's skill in game

The effect of Notora's skill does not stack - only the driver's skill would be active when everyone is in a car. You won't even get heal if Notora is not the one driving. Below is the skill's statistics based on levels.

  • Level 1: When driving a vehicle, restore HP of all members on the vehicle by 5 HP every 4.5 s
  • Level 2: When driving a vehicle, restore HP of all members on the vehicle by 5 HP every 4 s
  • Level 3: When driving a vehicle, restore HP of all members on the vehicle by 5 HP every 3.5 s
  • Level 4: When driving a vehicle, restore HP of all members on the vehicle by 5 HP every 3 s
  • Level 5: Summon airdrop play card
  • Level 6: When driving a vehicle, restore HP of all members on the vehicle by 5 HP every 2.5 s
  • Level 7: Notora's Banner
  • Level 8: When driving a vehicle, restore HP of all members on the vehicle by 5 HP every 2 s
Your HP is back to full after a few seconds of driving

It is actually pretty weird that Notora's skill would be active when she drives any vehicles and not just a motorcycle, as she's a motorcycle racer first and foremost - riding a motorbike is much different than driving a car.

4 - Strategy on using Notora

Notora can be purchased from the shop for 499 diamonds. Overall, the Racer's Blessing skill is a very useful pick in both squad and normal matches - as you and your whole team can just climb into a car and drive around a little to heal back to full, saving a lot of healing items in the process. At the maximum level, it heals by 5 HP every 2s - which is 50 HP for just 20 seconds of driving around. You can even boost this ability with Kapella's passive, making each heal tick +5.5 HP.

Get to a vehicle would be your highest priority

The best combination when using this skill is still Misha's ability, of course, as both skills are activated when driving a vehicle.

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