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Characters / Another Eden Playable Characters

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The playable characters list includes every character who can join your roster. This includes the main story cast, bonus units from Side Episodes and Chance Encounters, and everyone available through Dream Encounters. Due to the large number of possible party members, they have been sorted according to their associated time period.


General Tropes

  • A Day in the Limelight: Character quests expand on their backstory, even developing into a mini-arc for some.
  • Combat Medic: A select few Hammer users also have the ability to heal their allies without compensating on physical damage like their staff counterparts.
  • Double Unlock: Certain 4-star characters who receive further upgrades from story chapters or side quests (for instance, Aldo, Amy, and Miyu) get involved with this trope. Completing the necessary quest or chapter makes their 5-star Ability board available. You will still need to grind Another Dungeons to gather the necessary Psalms for them.
  • Fragile Speedster: Bow users are very fast, but suffer from rather low defenses and somewhat lackluster attacks.
  • Glass Cannon: Katana users typically have a very high Physical Attack stat and the Speed to execute them quickly, but have below-average HP and defenses.
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  • Lethal Joke Character: Tank characters are usually disliked for their slow speed and low damage output in a game where hitting fast and hard is key to winning. But against opponents whose standard attacks hit hard enough to deliver a One-Hit Kill, their ability to Draw Aggro and reinforce the team's defense can be the difference between losing the battle or holding your ground.
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: Sword and Hammer users are rather balanced in terms of attack, defense, MP pools and speed.
  • Mighty Glacier: Ax users, and to a lesser extent Spear and Fist users, generally have great bulk and Attack, sacrificing Speed in the process.
  • Plot Tailored to the Party: Each major content update is accompanied by Encounters that introduce, or raise the rate of, characters who will be very helpful for it. For instance, Melina, Nonold and Zilva are all introduced just before the Time Mine update, and they have traits that speed up resource gathering.
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  • Re-Power: Another Style gives 5-star characters a different skillset and style, either reinforcing their existent role in a team or a whole new role. To hammer it home, while you can have both a vanilla and AS character in your roster, you can't have both on your team.
  • Squishy Wizard: Offensive staff users have a very large Magic Attack stat and the MP to use their expensive spells frequently, but have the lowest HP and Physical Defense totals.

Story Characters

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Present Era Characters

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Future Era Characters

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Antiquity Characters

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