According to the Shinobi Syllabus for Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus, Hibari's parameters are as listed:
Hibari's dash is slow, and her other stats don't stand out at all. She might not look like much of a fighter, but don't judge her by her stats alone; for one thing, she can zap her enemies thanks to her lightning-based Ninja Arts.
Hibari's in-game stats from level 1 to level 50. Please note the numbers listed under the level intervals (anything with a +) does not indicate how much the stat increases between the two levels but rather how much it increases for every 1 level in that range:
Lv. 2 - Lv. 10
Lv. 11 - Lv. 20
Lv. 21 - Lv. 30
Lv. 31 - Lv. 40
Lv. 41 - Lv. 50
Hibari has a unique set of moves, so learn well before heading into battle. First, attacks that involve her guardian rabbit, Ninto, such as her Flash's or her Yang's , can all zap. She can also zap enemies by holding the button to charge her Breach Art. For stronger enemies, zap them to stop heir movements, then follow up with more attacks. Notably, Hibari's weak aerial attack can repeat indefinitely, and can be canceled into an air jump. Just one hit with that attack can significantly increase her Ninja Art gauge, so by using it on a large group of enemies, she can fill her Ninja Art gauge instantly.
Against stronger enemies, lead off by zapping them with Hibari's charged Breach Art, then unload with chain attacks. If she plans to Shinobi Transformation or go Frantic, using a wear aerial attack against a large crowd is the best way to build her Ninja Art gauge.
Using her repeating aerial attack, Hibari can charge up her Ninja Art gauge lightning fast for rapid-fire Secret Ninja Arts. For strongest enemies, she can zap them with her Breach Art, or with , then follow up with extra hits.
Hibari's Yin chain attacks only reach in front of her, so pay attention to the enemies' positions. For stronger enemies, use to zap and follow up with an Aerial Rave.