Part 3 of the list of summoned units in Brave Frontier, containing units #201-300.
For units not found in this list, please go to the following instead:
- Part 1: Pyromancer Liza, Bishop Merith, Time Lord Claris, Royal Dancer May, Great Sage Mimir and Dark Arts Lily (all under Magical Girls debuting in Mistral)
- Utility Units: Mimic, Bat Mimic (both under Evolutionary Materials) and the Elemental Ghosts, Kings and Gods (all under Fusion Materials)
Blacksmith Galant / Bruiser Galant / God Arm Galant / Smith Lord Galant / Imperial Smith Galant
- "I feel my power being drawn out. I guess you must have the spirit of a blacksmith after all."— Smith Lord Galant after evolving, courtesy of your help.
Descending from a family of blacksmiths, Galant had been trained early in life to one day inherit the family business. In his teenage years he tried to take his own path, but with the death of his beloved grandfather he embraced his legacy. He began traveling the world, searching for unique ingredients, until one day he discovered a rare material, from which he forged a powerful weapon which he used against the gods when he saw them ravaging his hometown.
- Area of Effect: Through his Brave Burst, he can smash through all his enemies at once!
- Bare Your Midriff: Male version, specifically to reveal his packs.
- Berserk Button: People mistreating their weapons is one. This is only mentioned before he became a blacksmith himself.
- Carry a Big Stick: His Weapon of Choice is basically a huge stick .
- Elemental Hair: Throughout the evolution, his hair starts to shape like fire.
- Eyepatch of Power: Once he became a Smith Lord.
- Former Teen Rebel: Once tried to set off on his own, but after his grandfather's death he instead chose to carry on the family business.
- Heir to the Dojo: Galant came from a long line of blacksmiths, and while initially reluctant, he eventually embraced his legacy.
- Irony: He would go off on people who mistreat their weapons, despite his initial disdain towards his family profession.
- Playing with Fire: His element.
- Sleeves Are for Wimps: Played with throughout his evolutionary line.
- Played straight with his first two forms, where he only wears his white tank top.
- However on his third form, he wears a black vest over his white tank top, but it's his separate bands that covers his shoulders.
- Zigzagged as Smith Lord Galant, where his vest covers his right shoulder with a gold plate covering the top area of the whole arm, while on the left side, the vest is rolled up, but the arm is covered with a fiery tattoo.
- Imperial Smith Galant complicates it further by adding on shoulder pads.
- ¡Three Amigos!: With Vargas and Lancia.
- Ultimate Blacksmith: In his later years he developed this reputation. He is also responsible for Vargas' greatsword Dandelga.
Stya / Snow Blade Stya / Frost Queen Stya / Mother Snow Stya / Arctic Rose Stya
- "Hah! A worthless Summoner like you calling upon MY services! Well then? Who do you want me to kill?"—Stya, rearing for a challenge.
A pirate as famous for her snow-white beauty as she is infamous for her skill with a double-ended sword and a tongue sharper than an icicle. She also shares a heated rivalry with Mega, to the point of lashing out on anyone who dare mention him, more so after he apparently deserted in favor of the Sama Navy... only to forget all that and fight the gods after watching him apparently sacrifice himself for her and her fleet.
- An Ice Person: In both power and personality.
- Bad Boss: Do you know what happened when one of her mooks mentioned Mega in front of her?
- Belligerent Sexual Tension: With Mega, more so on her part. After Mega reveals himself to have survived a supposedly fatal blow from the gods and saves her from a pinch, she gives him a kiss before returning to her fleet.
- Berserk Button: Mentioning Mega in front of her will lead of a harsh beating. That's probably until he risked himself saving her from the god's attacks.
- Combat Stilettos: Wears these on all her evolutions.
- The Dreaded: One story even described how Mega chickened out at the sight of her on a rampage.
- Femme Fatale: Stya is described to be as beautiful as she is brutal.
- I Will Find You: Her resolution at the end of the War with the Gods is that she and everyone will find Mega again no matter where he is.
- Red Baron: The "Snow Flower".
- Red Eyes, Take Warning: Her base unit and evolutions have red eyes, and she's incredibly dangerous.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: After seeing Mega dying from his wounds, she became even more enraged than ever and struck back at the gods who attacked her fleet.
- Tsundere: A vicious Type A, as is evidenced by her post-fusion quotes and her relationship to Mega. As much as she apparently hates his guts, nothing arouses her wrath quite like the sight of Mega mortally wounded shielding her fleet from the gods.
- White Hair, Black Heart: Her silvery-white beauty only barely masks her bloodlust and foul attitude.
Boxer Nemia / Brawler Nemia / Gaia Fist Nemia / Quake Fist Nemia / Dahlia Fist Nemia
- "You must be pretty handy if you're able to summon me! Hm? Whaddya mean "am I a girl"? Of course I am, you dodo!"—Nemia, checking out the summoner.
Abandoned as a baby at the footsteps of the Toltya Dojo in Sama, Nemia was raised by its headmaster both as daughter and pupil, whose skill with the firsts are as dangerous as her cute looks. On her sixteenth birthday, her master presented her a letter from her real parents, inspiring her to head to Vriksha, where her boyish attitude brought laughs upon her, but also pain to any who did. Soon she made a name for herself in national tournaments until her ego grew, until the gods attacked, where she had to be saved by Zeln, one of her former classmates. Ashamed, Nemia retreated both to retrain herself and as penance for letting her reputation get into her head.
- Alliterative Name: Gaia Fist Nemia's Brave Burst, "Grand Geyser".
- Berserk Button: Laughing at her rough and ready manner is a one-way ticket to a world of pain.
- Break the Haughty: She let her fighter's reputation swell her ego until she ended up in a precarious situation that Zeln had to save her from.
- Cute Bruiser: Justified as she started training from young.
- Elemental Punch: Given how she attacks in battle and her damage will always be Earth elemental, her attacking animation naturally looks like this.
- Femininity Failure: Which doesn't do any good to those who made fun of her. Said failure was justified as she was raised by manly men since childhood.
- Fingerless Gloves: Starts wearing them when she becomes a Brawler.
- Green Thumb: She fights under this element.
- Lady Looks Like a Dude: Much to her dismay.
- Kick Chick: Inverted; she punches with her fists.
- Moment of Weakness: Her growing ego nearly became her undoing, until Zeln came to the rescue.
- Oblivious to Love: She is so obsessed to finding her parents that Zeln's attention to her goes completely over her head.
Zeln / Spark Kick Zeln / Thunder Kick Zeln / Thunder Punt Zeln / Storm Roundhouse Zeln
- "Hah! Leave everything to me! W-Wait... You can't expect me to go up against that guy?!"—Zeln, still getting used to life outside Toltya Dojo.
When he first stepped on the Toltya Dojo, Zeln was just a wimpy 12-year-old sent there by his father in the hopes of toughening him up. While he found growing up in the dojo tough, his friendship with schoolmate Nemia, adopted daughter of their master, encouraged him to carry on. After Nemia left, Zeln trained hard so he could be released soon and find her, in the process discovering that the years he spent running away from bullies actually strengthened his legs, thus he decided to specialize in kicks. During the war of the gods he rescued Nemia from a group of gods.
- Area of Effect: Through his Brave Burst, he can kick all enemies at once!
- Big Damn Heroes: Saved Nemia during the war of the gods.
- Does Not Like Shoes: He prefers to kick barefooted. Grows out of it as Thunder Punt Zeln.
- Elemental Punch: Electric kicking version.
- Kick Chick: Gender Flipped example.
- Shock and Awe: His element, possibly from his lightning-fast kicks.
- Took a Level in Badass: In a space of a few years, he turned from a weepy 12-year-old kid to a walking thunderbolt of a man.
Traveller Alma / Adventurer Alma / Hero Alma / Brave Hero Alma / Courageous Heart Alma
- "A Summoner, eh? I guess I can help a little! And I'll be watching you!"—Alma, gearing up for a new adventure.
Born to a husband-and-wife pair of adventurers, Alma has been honed in the ways of the sword since childhood. When she was sixteen, however, her parents suddenly disappeared, leaving her with nothing but a ring and instructions to find some sacred ruins. Along the way she made a name for herself by vanquishing evil wherever she goes. When she found her parents at the ruins they told her to go to, she discovered that they allowed themselves to become living seals to the ruins' powers, and despite their warning, destroyed that power and freed them. Together Alma and her parents would later participate in the war of the gods.
- Area of Effect: Her Brave Burst hits all enemies.
- Badass Family: She comes from one, and during the war of the gods she even fought alongside her parents.
- Light 'em Up: Her main element.
- Parental Abandonment: Her parents just disappeared on their daughter's sixteenth birthday. They turn out to have sealed themselves inside some ruins to contain its powers.
- Walking the Earth: And she has done so since early in life.
Ninja Oboro / Assasin Oboro / Shadow Oboro / Red Shadow Oboro / Shadow Chakra Oboro
- "Are you my new master? I have nothing left to say. Just give me my mission."—Oboro, ready to obey the summoner's will.
A man clad in black rumored to be from another world, known for his ability to appear and disappear in a flash at will. While in Bariura he was apparently assigned to do its dirty work, including, rumors claim, assassinating a pacifist member of its royal family. During the war of the gods he fought alongside bitter rivals Magress and Shida.
- Area of Effect: His Brave Burst allows him to ambush all his enemies in one turn.
- Casting a Shadow: His element.
- Dark-Skinned Redhead: He's clearly dark-skinned, but his hair colour becomes noticeable after forgoing his "Ninja" title.
- Dirty Business: Among his rumored actions as an agent for Bariura was assassinating a member of the royal family who posed a threat to the country's militant policy.
- Gratuitous Ninja: Whether your title is "Ninja" or not.
- Mysterious Stranger: Many assume he is from another world.
- Wild Card: Throughout most of his life nobody truly knew to whom he swears fealty to, if any, let alone what were his intentions in aligning himself to both Magress and Shida.
Lancia / Hot Chef Lancia / Head Chef Lancia / Ace Chef Lancia
- "Succulent, mouth-watering vegetables! Make lunchtime, Lan-Lan Time! ...Hmm? No advertising, you say?!"— Lancia, shamelessly advertising her restaurant.
Owner of Lan-Lan, a restaurant in Agni famous for its incredibly delicious menu. However, Lancia is not one to rest on her laurels, instead spending most of her time traveling to find exotic ingredients. Among her adventures is killing a Legtos terrorizing a coastal village and serveing it to the townspeople, as well as defeating a God Phoenix, which offered a piece of its flesh for Lancia to turn into what came to be known as the most legendary dish in Agni.
- Action Girl: Had to be one in order to get ingredients. Unusual ingredients, to be exact.
- Area of Effect: Her Brave Burst extends to her entire team.
- Chef of Iron: Two of her many ingredients were explicitly stated to be Legtos and God Phoenix, each obtained from her fierce battles with them. And that's before she's promoted to Ace Chef.
- Hair Decorations: With cutleries. As Head Chef she replaces them with a hair band, though, and she wear the same set of cutleries on her back.
- Healing Factor: One effect of her Brave Burst is healing her team mates.
- Heal It with Fire: She's one of the few Fire Unit who specialize in Healing BB.
- Feminine Women Can Cook: Or for this case, Ladies of Wars Can Cook using mythological beasts and gods as food ingredients!
- Frying Pan of Doom: Her primary Weapon of Choice.
- I'm a Humanitarian: Fridge Horror aside, she jokes about the possibility of frying those who summoned her in her Hot Chef form's acquired quote.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero!: Not outright stated in any of her lore, but implied by cross-referencing. Lancia was said to save the people from the terrifying Legtos, but if you read its lore, it's possible that the villagers were polluting Legtos's area first, and their starvation could be from their crops not growing well due to using the polluted water coming from Legtos' place.
- Playing with Fire: Her attacking element, and possible one way she got to heat up her pan without a stove, given she's a traveler.
- Punny Name: Hot Chef Lancia.
- Shrouded in Myth: As Ace Chef she was even said to have cooked up some gods during their attack.
- Status Buff: Another effect of her Brave Burst is raising her allies' Attack.
- Stepford Smiler: In Refugee Leaders' Grand Gaia Chronicles, she cheerfully promoted her restaurant while mourning after Vargas' death.
- Supreme Chef: Has this reputation throughout Agni.
- ¡Three Amigos!: With Vargas and Galant. It helps that they share the same element (fire).
Elimo / Royal Elimo / Genius Elimo / Wise Mage Elimo / Leviathan Sage Elimo / Salacia Persei Elimo
- "Ah, you're summoning me now, is that it? Gotcha. Ready when you are."— Elimo, making good use of her knowledge.
As early as childhood, Elimo, scion of an aristocratic family in Sama, distinguished herself with her keen interest in scholarly books. At age fifteen she discovered a book written in an unknown language, inspiring her to visit ancient monuments etched with the same arcane script. She eventually discovers that the book describes a long-lost school of magic, written by the gods. Refusing the gods' offer to join their ranks, Elimo returned to impart her knowledge. When the gods attacked she tried to counter them, but were in vain, only to rescued by a sympathetic god. After that near-death experience, she has since trained herself to instead act as support for the humans.
- Call to Adventure: A book written in an arcane language inspired her to seek knowledge, hoping to one day decipher it.
- Child Prodigy: She has been reading academic books since early childhood.
- The Glasses Come Off: Upon becoming a Genius, where she started encountering the gods herself.
- Gradual Regeneration: Her Ultimate Brave Burst grants a full-health regen to her allies for three turns.
- Healing Factor: One effect of her Brave Burst.
- Making a Splash: Her element when she attacks.
- The Medic: One of the few famous healer of choice.
- Opaque Nerd Glasses: In her first two forms, to highlight her being a bookworm.
- Power Gives You Wings: Gains 4 as Salacia Persei.
- Status Buff: Boosts defense, and as the Wise Mage, her Super Brave Burst gives a one-turn damage reduction.
- Teen Genius: At age 15, she discovered an ancient book and started investigating on its content.
Pixy Leore / Pixy Royal Leore / Pixy King Leore / Pixy Lord Leore
- "You're a human Summoner? What would you say to helping me protect the pixies?"— Leore, hoping the Summoner will help him protect his adopted kin.
Abandoned as a baby in the forests of Vriksha, Leore was raised by a queen fairy Titania to believe himself a pixy. When he discovered that he grew differently than other pixies, he left the woods to seek other humans to discover more about his true heritage. Upon reaching the village where his true parents were said to live, however, he was attacked by a regiment of gods. After fending them off, he enlisted his mother-figure's army of pixies to assist him, and used his twin lineage to consolidate human and fairy forces into a powerful army. When his Titania "mother" sacrificed herself protecting him from an assassination plot, however, Leore exploded in a rage, leaving many dead gods in his wake.
- Classy Cravat: Gains one as Pixy King. It gets more elegant as Pixy Lord.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Looks very feminine, but he's actually a boy.
- Green Thumb: His element.
- Happily Adopted: By his Titania "mother".
- The Medic: Can act as one with his Super Brave Burst.
- Nice Hat: Eventually gains a crown as Pixy King. It sprouts a rose as Pixy Lord.
- Parental Abandonment: He was abandoned as a baby in Vriksha's forests by his parents, where he was found by Titania. He was going to find his real parents... but then the gods attacked.
- Power Gives You Wings: Gains a pair of butterfly wings as Pixy King, and it stays.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: The death of his Titania "mother" in a Heroic Sacrifice finally drove him over the edge. The gods who fought him did not survive.
- Royal Rapier: His Weapon of Choice.
Tinkerer Elulu / Inventor Elulu / Bolt Mallet Elulu / Tesla Club Elulu
- "You're a Summoner, right? There's something intriguing about you, but I'm pretty interesting too, ya know!"— Elulu, curious about her new master.
Having survived being struck by lightning as a child, Elulu grew interested in harnessing the power of electricity, in the process forging for herself a hammer whose swing can be turned into a burst of electricity. Later she developed an antigravity module to make her hammer light enough for her to carry. By the time she finally refined her hammer to emulate the force of a real thunderbolt, the gods attacked, and thus she found good use for her hammer, as the gods found out the hard way.
- Drop the Hammer: Her Weapon of Choice.
- Girlish Pigtails
- No One Could Survive That!: Got struck by lightning as a child, and survived it.
- Shock and Awe: Ironically, her interest in lightning magic came about after being struck by one.
- Wrench Wench: She built most of her arsenal, particularly her lightning hammer.
Knight Aem / Champion Aem / Holy Master Aem / Ultra Blade Aem
- "It is an honor to be chosen by you, kind Summoner. Aem, at your service."— Aem, lending his services to the Summoner.
A knight of La Veda who aspires to one day take after his idol, Will. As a recruit Aem trained himself to be as nimble as Will, but was later recommended a broadsword by Will, allowing him to develop his own style. When people started comparing Will and newcomer Atro, Aem challenged him to a duel to prove his mentor's superiority, which ended in a tie and made him realize that he had become just as powerful as Will and Atro. During the war of the gods he served as Will's second-in-command, and fought alongside him even after the latter decided to go off on his own under Lucius' orders.
- BFS: His Weapon of Choice, as recommended by Will.
- Crazy Jealous Guy: His Hero-Worshipper tendencies towards Will could come across this, if Mila's and Themis' lores are any indications.
- Hero-Worshipper: To Will, so much so he challenged Atro to a duel after people began making comparisons between the two.
- The Lancer: Promoted as one to Will during the war of the gods.
- Light 'em Up: His main element.
Lemia / Necromancer Lemia / Soul Keeper Lemia / Soul Vortex Lemia
- "I have my own hopes and dreams. Will you be the one to turn them into reality?"— Lemia, hoping the Summoner will help her revive the man she loved.
Once a promising candidate for State Sorceress of Bariura, Lemia became a pariah after turning to the forbidden art of necromancy to find a way to bring back her lover, who perished in an experiment gone awry. Despite countless failures, Lemia persisted in her folly, inadvertently creating a swarm of zombies that wreaked terror upon Bariura, and subsequently incurring the wrath of Lodaga, god of death. When she discovered that the latter already consumed her lover, however, she was driven to insanity, cursing the whole world for her misfortune and condemning it to oblivion.
- Casting a Shadow: If necromancy doesn't give you a hint.
- Despair Event Horizon: Discovering that Lodaga/Dilias devoured her lover's soul turned her into an Omnicidal Maniac.
- Impossibly-Low Neckline: In her first two forms.
- The Lost Lenore: Her dead lover, who she had been trying to revive.
- Necromantic: Rare good example, she wants to bring her lover back.
- Omnicidal Maniac: Played for drama. After discovering a death god devoured her lover's soul, she cursed the entire world and sought to destroy everything.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: In her desperate search for a way to resurrect her lover, Lemia unwittingly triggered a Zombie Apocalypse.
- White Hair, Black Heart: Subverted; it's more of a gray color, but she's not evil, just desperate, lovelorn, and (eventually) bitter and suicidal.
- Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Upon realizing that Lodaga/Dilias already consumed her lover's soul, she cursed the whole world and sought to destroy it now that she has nothing left in life.
- Zettai Ryouiki: Zigzagged in that she always wears a long dress with a side split, but otherwise, she has approximately a Grade A to B. Once she reaches Soul Keeper, however, Lemia downgrades Grade D.
Saviors of Palmyna
Common Leader Skill: Increased ATK for units with same Element + Increased DEF and REC for units with same Element (6-Star only)
A group consisting of Four Heroes who fought the gods to protect Palmyna. While they successfully sealed their commander, Cardes, the country already fell into ruins. It was later revealed Dean, Loch, and Lorand were protected by Edea's armor. Dean, Loch, and Lorand awoke in different areas of Palmyna, while Edea remained in a deep sleep.
- Four-Element Ensemble: Their primary motif. It's especially notable for them because they're the only Rare Summon batch that consists of four Units instead of the usual six.
- Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: A princess incognito, an exiled priest, a retired warrior, and a lovestruck archer. Despite their differences, they worked well together.
Lorand / Professor Lorand / Master Lorand / Taskmaster Lorand
- "So you're a Summoner, eh? With the right training, you might just have what it takes."—Lorand, analyzing the Summoner's worth as a fighter.
Lorand is a teacher at Arlind Seminary in Palmyna and himself a retired warrior, recruited by Edea to lead her crusade to save Palmyna. During the war of the gods he showed that age hasn't dulled his dexterity, instead growing in strength with age. However, he and his comrades were soon overwhelmed, and upon regaining consciousness he goes on a god-killing rampage.
- Cool Teacher: Despite his foreboding appearance, Lorand is well-respected for his demeanor.
- Embarrassing Nickname: "Gramps", courtesy of Dean.
- Flaming Sword: His weapon generates fire. It only grows in intensity as he evolves.
- Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: As the Taskmaster, the flames emanating from his sword turn into a dragon-shaped conflagration.
- The Leader: Of the four heroes of Palmyna, on account of both his experience and skill.
- Old Masater: A teacher and formerly retired warrior, he proves that age hasn't diminished his skill with the sword one bit. In fact, he is said to have grown far stronger than ever before.
- Playing with Fire: His element.
- Red Baron: The "Inferno Gladiator", earned back in his younger years.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: Upon discovering that apparently all his comrades never made it out alive after the clash of the gods he unleashed his powers to such extents that destroyed all the remaining gods. Fortunately, Loch and Dean managed to snap him out of it.
- Retired Badass: At least until Edea called him back into action, he was in retirement.
Dean / Ice Mage Dean / Ice Wizard Dean / Ice Master Dean
- "You're the one who summoned me, eh? There's no need to look quite so smug about it. I can still decide to leave, you know.—Dean, flippant over having to work for someone.
Dean's refusal to submit to authority caused him a lot of trouble, culminating in him being reassigned to the wilderness, where he helplessly watched the gods' rampage until Edea and Lorand invited him to join their party. While initially reluctant to the idea, the sight of the gods wreaking havoc ultimately forced him to turn against them, even has he remains the sole source of joy within his group of friends. By the time the group struck into the center of the gods' activity he has developed god-tier spells to use in tandem with Loch's archery skills. However, he got separated from the rest of his comrades, and upon waking up on the beaches of Amdahl, decided to reunite the team.
- Area of Effect: His Brave Burst hits all enemies, while his Super Brave Burst heals all his allies.
- An Ice Person: Being capable of casting ice magic.
- Crisis of Faith: Briefly had trouble fighting the gods, until personally witnessing their rampage drove him to turn his staff against them.
- Gameplay and Story Integration: In "Four Heroes of Palmyna" Grand Quest, you have to use Dean's Brave Burst to cast Taunt on Lorand so that he wouldn't use his hard-hitting special attacks, and thus not blindly killing everyone.
- Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Literally had to chill Lorand down to stop his rampage.
- The Heart: Of the "Saviors of Palmyna" group.
- Making a Splash: His offensive element.
- Plucky Comic Relief: Within the "Saviors of Palmyna" group.
- The Medic: His Super Brave Burst makes him one, complete with Status-Buff Dispel.
- Reassigned to Antarctica: Got sent to a wilderness mission for his anarchic attitude.
- Shipper on Deck: Supported Loch/Edea wholeheartedly and even encouraged Loch to confess on Edea several times during their journey.
Edea / Earth Knight Edea / Mother Earth Edea / Gaia Armor Edea / Flora Aegis Edea
- "Will you join me and fight against the gods? In that case, raise your sword!"—Edea, inviting the Summoner to join her cause.
Edea is a mysterious warrior rumored to be a Vrikshan princess. When the gods attacked, she donned the Emerald Armor of Lafdranya (said to be also able to transform into a sword) into battle, in the process recruiting warrior-turned schoolteacher Lorand, exiled priest Dean, and lone archer Loch. During the battle of the gods, she led the assault, only to be apparently mortally wounded. In the aftermath of the battle, while her comrades were dispersed, Edea fell into a deep sleep, perhaps resting up until her wounds finally heal and she is ready to return.
- Adaptive Armor: Her Emerald Armor Lafdranya grows with her.
- Battle Ballgown: Her armor eventually grows into one.
- Green Thumb: Her element is forest and plant life
- King in the Mountain: Her fate. Before her comrades successfully wake her up, that is.
- Morph Weapon: Lafdranya can turn into a BFS.
- Royals Who Actually Do Something: Although the "royal" part could be just a rumor. As it turns out, she is really a princess of Palmyna Kingdom, not of Vriksha like the rumors said.
- The Smurfette Principle: Among the Saviors of Palmyna.
- Suppressed Mammaries: Her Flora Aegis artwork reveals that this might be the case, since her armor finally shows its ability to turn into a BFS and thus removing some parts of the armor from her body.
- You Are Number 6: Lafdranya is revealed to be one of the Six Armors series made by Reeze and Reis. By process of elimination, it is presumably the "No. 2" of the series.
- Warrior Princess: She looks like a knight in her initial forms but her evolutions make her look more princess-y with elements such as a Battle Ballgown while also adding flowers. In the end, her long pink hair is revealed, which makes her look more a Pretty Princess Powerhouse.
Loch / Shock Bow Loch / Zeus Bow Loch / Heaven's Bow Loch / Celestial Archer Loch
- "You need my strength, right? That's fine by me, I guess. I've got no reason to turn you down."—Loch, calmly offering the service of his bow.
Loch despaired over his lack of talents with the sword, despite his father being the personal fencing instructor of Palmyna's royal family, and thus fled into the forests, where his hard-earned survival skills translated into a mastery of archery. He later rejoined Edea, with whom he has a crush on, on her mission to save Palmyna from the gods, only to find himself apparently jockeying with comrade Dean for her attention. During the attack of the gods he fired the killing blow to Cardes, leader of the attacking gods, only for Edea to succumb to her wounds and the party got separated. Awakening in Encervis, Loch set off to seek the land of the gods and hopefully bring Edea back alive.
- All Love Is Unrequited: He's been pining for Edea for a long time, which may not happen any time soon now that she has been put into a deep sleep.
- The Archer: Of the "Saviors of Palmyna" group.
- Bolt of Divine Retribution: His Super and Ultimate Brave Bursts give off this vibe, as they are a single hit attack with a very high damage multiplier.
- Crazy Jealous Guy: Very nearly attacked Dean out of resentment over the latter getting too close to Edea for comfort.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Some players think he's a girl. Might be deliberate since he's called unmanly for taking up archery instead of his family's swordsmanship.
- Shock and Awe: His element.
- Suspiciously Specific Denial: In "Four Heroes of Palmyna" Grand Quest. No, he doesn't love Edea "that way". And he wasn't jealous when Dean talked to her, at all! Dean even lampshaded this.
Monsters debuting in Amdahl
Common Leader Skill: Spark-related bonuses (3-Star only)
- Combination Attack: Provides additional bonuses to Sparks when they are set as leaders. Bonuses provided are: BC drop rate for Orc, damage for Wendigo, Zel drop rate for Dwarf, Karma drop rate for Empusa and Imp, and HC drop rate for Al-mi'raj
Orc / Ogre
- "Hmph, you Summon person, my power...different?"—Orc, being called into the Summoner's service.
Orcs are bipedal monsters with pig's heads who happen to be very skillful in both combat and the smithy, though they are apparently limited to forging spiked clubs. They are led by Ogres, notable for carrying a larger club, said to have been passed form leader to leader.
- Carry a Big Stick: Its Weapon of Choice, justified as that's the only weapon they know how to make.
- Companion Cube: The Ogres' club is said to be passed on from one to the next, and value its integrity more than their own lives.
- Playing with Fire: Its element.
- Wild Mass Guessing: In-Universe, no one exactly knew why Orcs can only create clubs, though some claim a human (presumably Galant) taught them the ways of the forge.
- You No Take Candle: Speaks like this.
Wendigo / Hrungnir
- "You look delicious! I guess I will follow you!"—Wendigo, sensing a rather delicious distraction.
Wendigos are fearsome humanoid creatures said to feed on human flesh. While simple-minded, they are also noted to be insanely strong and are powerful enough to swallow humans whole. A certain few, however, gain intelligence and become Hrungnirs, which now wear armor stolen from their victims.
Dwarf / Prince Dwarf
- "Look! I've been summoned! Well then, Summoner! How shall I assist you?"—Dwarf, psyching himself up to serve the Summoner.
Dwarves are a subspecies of elves said to have mastered the forge as part of their rites of passage. Some dwarves, however, stand tall over the rest. Known as Dwarf Princes, they wield halberds even larger than themselves and would occasionally forge armor to any client.
- An Axe to Grind: Their main weapon.
- Green Thumb: His element.
- Pintsized Powerhouse: They may be small, but sure they can still pack a punch with their axes.
- Rite of Passage: Dwarves can never go into battle until they can forge their own equipment.
- Ultimate Blacksmith: Dwarf Princes become one, using their skill to also craft powerful armor to people willing to pay them.
Empusa / Gorgon
- "I want gems! I don't need a lot. Gimme one?"—Empusa, being a little bit greedy.
Empusae are said to be a subspecies of Lilins mutated by their love for precious gems. Their loyalty can be bought with an offer of gems, but they are also equally protective of their hoard. They evolve to Gorgons, which remain just as greedy as their lower counterparts but now with the ability to freeze up anyone she gazes upon.
- Bare Your Midriff: Empusae only wear a bra and some shorts.
- Cute Monster Girl: Empusae look like greyish-blue-skinned blonde girls with batwings.
- Distracted by the Luxury: How some Lilins mutate into Empusae.
- Horned Humanoid: Just look at the art for the Empusae.
- Narcissist: Gorgons are so materialistic they even consider the golden snakes on their heads as their most attractive feature.
- Pointy Ears: They have them, marking them as non-human.
- Shock and Awe: Her natural element.
- Winged Humanoid: Empusae have bat wings, while Gorgons don't.
Al-mi'raj / Cait Sith
- "K-Kiiiiiip!! Kip, kip, kip, kiiip!!"—Al-mi'raj, reacting to being summoned.
The Al-mi'rajs are rabbit-like creatures with horns on their heads. Herbivorous but protective of their territory, they attack any intruder with spinning moves using their horns. They evolve into Cait Siths, which develop two more horns and are considerably harder to tame.
- Area of Effect: Its Brave Burst affects all its allies.
- Everything's Better with Spinning: It spins as it attacks to drill into its victim.
- Killer Rabbit: Almost literally.
- Light 'em Up: Its element when it attacks.
- Status Buff: Its Brave Burst raises the Attack Stat. Curiously, enemy Al-mi'raj may lower its target's Defense after attacking, archiving a similar effect of letting its allies deal more damage to their enemies.
- This Is a Drill: Its horn(s), in which it spins to emulate the drilling effect.
- The Unintelligible: The entire line speaks with animal noises.
Imp / Incubus
- "Hya ha ha ha!! Let's do something fun! I know! Let me skewer you!"Imp, being a menace.
Mischievous little creatures which, though weak, are notorious for their warlike disposition and habit of pulling dangerous pranks on unsuspecting humans. They grow to become Incubi, which are notorious for hunting down human women.
Fighting Maidens of Palmyna
Drake Chief Aisha / Drake Lord Aisha / Drake Queen Aisha / Drake Angel Aisha
- "You need my help? I'll help if you do. That's why I came to you."
Aisha was just an ordinary girl from Julep Village in Amdahl until she met and tended to a wounded fire dragon. When she learned that it escaped Palmyna's dragoons, she convinced the dragon to train her to be able to protect it. After said dragon vanishes, she traveled the world as a mercenary, lending aid to various people in need. During the war of the gods, however, she was mortally wounded, until a dragon — presumably the same one she protected years ago — swooped down to save her and lay waste to the gods.
- Androcles' Lion: She tended to a wounded dragon, and apparently now it repays the favor by aiding her as the Drake Angel.
- Cleavage Window
- Declaration of Protection: In one of Frontier Hunter's Terminus stages, she declared to protect Princesses Il and Mina.
- Dragon Rider: In her 6-star form, the Drake Angel.
- Fiery Redhead
- Playing with Fire
Twin Gem Rickel / Twin Flash Rickel / Twin Shot Rickel / Twin Arms Rickel
- "I control Rickel. No one can avoid being frozen by its ice bullets!"
"Rickel" is not even the real name of this mysterious girl wandering Grand Gaia — it belongs to her pair of handguns which only respond to her. Throughout her life she has been feared and respected for her skill with her guns, to the point where people describe Rickel as both the girl and the handguns. During the war of the gods, at a time of peril, her guns transformed and gave her even greater power.
- Empathic Weapon: Her guns are somewhere between this and Living Weapon, as "Rickel" itself is the guns' name.
- Making a Splash: Her principal element.
- Mysterious Stranger: Nobody knows where she came from, let alone what she wanted to do in life.
- No Name Given: The cowgirl who holds Rickel does not have her name mentioned.
- Power Gives You Wings: From the Twin Shot onwards.
Twins Il & Mina / Earthly Il & Mina / Gemini Il & Mina / Gaians Il & Mina
- "We can become stronger because we have each other. Did you know that, Summoner?"
Il and Mina are the twin daughters of Emperor Myzelion IV of Amdahl. Trained in the ways of the sword and magic, respectively, their skills have been renowned since age ten. However, when they were only twelve, once-friendly Palmyna suddenly laid waste to Amdahl (presumably, according to Elder Grah, to prevent Emperor Myzelion from activating the Sky Fort Solaris, a floating superweapon so dangerous his predecessors forbade its use for generations), forcing the twins to flee to the forests, where they honed their skills even as they repel the invaders from within. When the war of the gods came, however, Il and Mina decided to forego of their vendetta against Palmyna in favor of protecting Amdahl, to the point of even striking a peace deal with the Emperor of Palmyna if they are to survive the wrath of the gods.
- Dishing Out Dirt: Their element is earth.
- The Dividual: Il and Mina fight as a single unit.
- Enemy Mine: Struck a deal with Palmyna, the same nation that destroyed their homeland, to protect each other's lands from the gods.
- Sibling Yin-Yang: Il is the energetic swordswoman and Mina is the soft-spoken mage.
- Warrior Princesses: They have been training since childhood to defend their country, and their skills proved very useful during the war of the gods.
Bolt Pike Amy / Bolt Knight Amy / Bolt Goddess Amy / Heaven's Bolt Amy
The firstborn of a Palmynan aristocratic family, Amy is imbued with a strong sense of justice, and frequently heads out with her trusty halberd to administer justice wherever she sees fit. Once the Emperor of Palmyna noticed her skills, she accepted his invitation to join his forces, in spite of her father's advice to remain humble. When the gods attacked, the emperor forced her to go to the frontlines despite her requests to return to her family — which went missing following an attack on her hometown. The sight of the carnage broke her spirit and drove her on a god-killing spree.
Eight Blade Sefia / Blade Storm Sefia / Blade Queen Sefia / Holy Blades Sefia / Angelic Blades Sefia
- "What is it you want? I see... OK, I will lend you my power."—Sefia, entrusting the power of her eight swords to her new master.
An enigmatic woman who wields eight luminous swords and wanders Grand Gaia vanquishing evil wherever she walks. She has also developed a rivalry with Kikuri, a crazed girl who was the only one to outmatch her, which continued well into the war of the gods.
- BFS: From Holy Blades onwards, she wields a greatsword in addition to her eight blades.
- Elemental Rivalry: With Kikuri, a dark-elemental.
- Gainaxing: Not as prominent as Michele, but keen observers will see her pair of Glowies also slightly jiggly on her standby animation.
- I Call It "Vera": Her eight blades are collectively called "Holy Eight".
- Light 'em Up: Her main element.
- Mysterious Stranger: Nobody knows where she came from or who she really is.
- Mystical White Hair: Her silver hair matches with her immense powers over light.
- Power Gives You Wings: She gains them as Angelic Blades Sefia.
- Storm of Blades: She wields luminescent swords in battle.
Kikuri / Goth Kikuri / Goth Idol Kikuri / Death Idol Kikuri / Demonic Idol Kikuri
- "Hehe, so you summoned me? How nice, looks like I can make it rain blood again..."—Kikuri, sensing a new opportunity to indulge her madness.
An enigmatic girl whose dance attracts people to their doom amidst the red mist that envelops her. Naturally her bloodthirst led her to the battlefield, where she met her match in the form of Mifune, who also hailed from her world. During the battle of the gods she completely devoted herself to battle, to the point of aligning herself with Sefia, her archnemesis.
- Area of Effect: Her Brave Burst hits all enemies.
- Blood Knight: She lives to kill. When the gods attacked, she saw an opportunity to find more competent prey.
- Casting a Shadow: Her element.
- Combat Hand Fan: Gains one in her Demonic Idol form.
- Cute and Psycho: A little girl who almost can't make a sentence without the word "blood".
- Curb-Stomp Battle: Handed Colt a rather humiliating one in Light of the Meirith.
- Dance Battler: Her apparent combat style, complimented with throwing knives.
- Elemental Rivalry: With Sefia, a light-elemental.
- Flower Motifs: Chrysanthemum, which shows up a lot in her designs. It's even in her name! note
- Not So Different: She asks this of Mifune, who also came from the same world as her.
- The Only One Allowed to Defeat You: She still sees Sefia as someone worth killing one day, but for the moment they would be fighting side-by-side against the gods.
- Where I Was Born and Razed: One record of an encounter with Kikuri has the latter confessing that she ended up destroying her original home before she got sent to Grand Gaia.