Part 4 of the list of summoned units in Brave Frontier.
If you cannot find any units within the listing range, please go to the following:
- Part 1:
- Great Thief Leon, Sea Prince Verica, Wild Bandit Zaza, Sky Emperor Grafl (all under Four Rogues Ensemble)
- Beast King Zegar, Dragon Hero Zephu, Bow God Lario, General Weiss, Holy Empress Luna, Ryujin Mifune (all under Mistral Bosses)
- Holy Flame Vargas, Holy Ice Selena, Holy Earth Lance, Holy Thunder Eze, Holy Light Atro and Unholy Magress (all under Six Heroes).
- Part 2: Magma Knight Agni, Ice Knight Sergio, Empress Lidith, Sky Legend Falma, Pistol God Heidt and Executioner Shida (all under Military Leaders during the War of the Gods).
- Part 3: Blade Storm Sefia and Kikuri / Goth Kikuri / Goth Idol Kikuri (both under Fighting Maidens of Palmyna).
- Utility Units: Dragon Mimic, the Elemental Pots, Miracle Totem (all under Evolution Materials).
- NPC Allies: Mock Units of the following:
- Swordswoman Seria / Blade God Seria, Brave Knight Karl / Ice Warrior Karl, Warrior Lugina / Gaia King Lugina, Grahdens (all under Akras Summoners' Hall)
- Paladin Paris / Royal Guard Paris / Storm Goddess Paris / Radiating Grandeur Paris (under Imperial Capital Randall)
Leader Skill: Increased ATK for Light and Dark units
- "It was you who summoned me? Then let me use this key to show you to the new world beyond."— Gilnea, showing off to the Summoner what he learned during his time away from Grand Gaia.
An odd technician, seen as an outcast even in his homeland, the La Veda Republic. From a young age he continued training in the art of Light magic, becoming quite prominent in his own country before one day he suddenly vanished. When he reappeared, he was holding a giant key. There is nothing written about the key, but when Gilnea returned he was now able to use Dark magic, leading many to believe the key was to the door to hell.
- All of the Other Reindeer: Even in his homeland, he was shunned due to his oddness.
- Casting a Shadow: Indirectly. Gilnea's Leader Skill boosts Dark type's attacks together with Light type's, and he can attack with the Dark element with his Brave Burst.
- Eyes Always Shut: Has this in his unit image.
- Light 'em Up: His main element.
- Yin-Yang Bomb: Only applicable if he's the leader, and the rest of the team are Light and Dark types. This helps maximize their damage output! This suits the name of his Leader Skill, "Yin and Yang".
Common Leader Skill:
Before the War of the Gods, there was Melchio, who descended down to the frozen Lake Lordahn in Lizeria to begin laying waste on nearly villages. Meanwhile, a La Veda noblewoman named Michele met with a crustacean-like mechanical being Duel-GX, who informed her about the evil that is Melchio. Michele and Duel-GX then traveled around Lizeria to recruit more allies and stop Melchio from destroying the country further. Eventually they recruited an angel-demon hybrid Tiara, the then-current bearer of the name "Zelban", and a lone dragon-slayer Lodin.
- Elemental Powers: One of the standard buffs they provide are giving their party an elemental advantage against enemies they're strong against.
- Five-Man Band: Five of the six units banded together to take down the villainous sixth.
- Ragtag Bunch of Misfits: Michele's group consist of a spunky noblewoman, a shy half-angel half-demon, a famous master swordsman, a lone soldier bent on revenge, and a robot from another world. Not exactly a bunch you'd see everyday.
- Status Buff:
- This is the first batch to provide elemental buffs to the team. When units receive them, they will always have an elemental advantage based on the buff. For this case, the buff this batch provides are respective to their own elements.
- In addition of their elemental buff, they also raises Attack (Michele), Defense (Zelban), Critical Hit Chance (Duel-GX), ailment negation (Melchio), HP regen (Tiara), and BB regen (Lodin).
Red Axe Michele / Lotus Axe Michele / Goddess Axe Michele / Wildfire Lotus Michele
- "How did you summon me? Whatever! If you don't keep me happy I'll just go home!"— Michele giving you a chance to use her service.
Michele, daughter of La Vedan nobleman Brandol, had been sheltered throughout her life, causing her a lot of social hangups. That is, until she met Duel-GX, which prompted her to train herself with the axe and set off to vanquish evil — which came in the form of Melchio, emissary of the gods. With the help of her newfound friends Tiara, Zelban and Lodin, she and Duel-GX fought off Melchio with all their might, even if the odds are stacked against them.
- April Fools' Day: According to Phantom of the Kill collaboration, her birthday is on April 1st.
- Area of Effect: Her Brave Burst affects the party. As the Goddess Axe she also attacks all her enemies with her Super Brave Burst.
- An Axe to Grind: She wields a pair of burning battleaxes in combat.
- Boobs of Steel: She has one of the largest pair of Burnys among the Fire units, and is one of the most physically active.
- Dual Wielding: She attacks with one axe per hand.
- Gainaxing: Careful observers will notice that her pair of Burnies are all bouncy in her standby animation.
- The Heart: She holds the group together.
- The Hero: She is also the one who lead them.
- High-Class Gloves: Wears elbow gloves as a noblewoman.
- Hypocrite: All of the friendship talks and encouragements she spouted towards Lodin, Tiara, and Zelban? All for Nothing as she left the three behind, called them "beyond saving", and abandoned them to go towards the Gate that could bring her to somewhere that could rebuild Duel-GX.
- Mega Twintails
- Nobody Calls Me "Chicken"!: After Melchio had been revived by the gods, Michele went on and fought Melchio herself while calling her allies cowards for freezing up. This inspired her allies to continue fighting.
- No Social Skills: Was unable to socially connect with people due to her sheltered upbringing, until she met Duel-GX.
- Ojou: Used to be one before she set off to lead the crusade against Melchio.
- Playing with Fire: Her principal element. Her Brave Burst also grants Fire damage to her allies' attacks, letting them take down Earth units easier.
- Power Gives You Wings: Gains a pair as Wildfire Lotus.
- Princess Curls: Wears a pair on her back, fitting her aristocratic upbringing.
- Sheltered Aristocrat: Due to her upbringing, she tended to be a bit snooty and self-centered.
- Tsundere: Forms a Type A friendship with Tiara, and later, those who fought together with her against Melchio.
- What Happened to the Mouse?: Her fate is unknown after she entered the gate in an attempt to rebuild Duel-GX... until Bectas.
- Younger Than They Look: Her Grand Quest portrait might tell otherwise, but she's actually the youngest of her group at 22.
Polar Angel Tiara / Ice Apostle Tiara / Final Apostle Tiara
- "D-Did you summon me? Are you not afraid of me? I'll do my very best for you!"— Tiara, pledging her fealty to the one who has accepted her for who she is.
Born half-angel, half-demon, Tiara lived a lonely existence, shunned by both races (and even humans), until Michele approached her with an offer to help her take down Melchio. Tiara found good use of her angelic and demonic powers, and despite Michele's crudeness, Tiara looks up to her in high regard.
- All of the Other Reindeer: Shunned by angels, demons, and even humans because of her mixed heritage.
- Amazing Technicolor Population: Resulted from being descended from both gods and demons. Neither liked her, though.
- The Chick: Being the designated Medic of the group, a rather meek, girlier girl than Michelle and quite a sweetheart.
- Dark and Troubled Past: Her parents were an angel and a demon, which led her to become the target of hatred by both angels and demons. When she fled to the human world, she was either praised for being a god, or feared for being a demon.
- Fantastic Racism: Was subjected to this by both the angels and demons, and even humans. It's no wonder she's kinda timid.
- Healing Factor: Her Brave Burst induces this on her allies.
- I Owe You My Life: The main reason she follows Michele.
- An Ice Person: Reflected in her first 2 titles as well as her Brave Bursts.
- Making a Splash: Like Michele, her Brave Burst can let her allies make a splash too.
- Older Than They Look: In contrast to Michele, her Grand Quest portrait makes her a bit too young for someone who's supposed to be 24 years old. As she's born from an angel and a demon, she couldn't care less about her age anyway.
- Our Angels and Demons Are Different: Only we don't know what they're like, but at least we know Tiara is a cross breed between the former two.
- Princess Curls: From Ice Apostle onwards, presumably due to Michele's influence on her.
- Shy Blue-Haired Girl: Her disposition, likely due to the prejudice she endured. Her quotes even have her stuttering.
- Winged Humanoid: Inherited (presumably) from her angel side.
Scar Blade Zelban / Blade Hero Zelban / Blade Emperor Zelban
- "Of the many Zelbans who have lived, you chose me. You seem quite promising."— Zelban, seeing something special about the summoner.
Zelban is the founder of La Veda's fencing style. Little, however, is known of him, who constantly hides his face, hideously scarred in a tournament match in his younger days, behind a helmet, leading to theories that "Zelban" may have been a name used by different people, including the one who helped Atro refine his swordsmanship. Later, this particular Zelban also helped Michele's crusade against Melchio.
- The Big Guy: As the boisterous and hammy member of the group. He also has Defense-oriented buffs, as well as being the oldest.
- Collective Identity: "Zelban" is said to be a name passed onto different people, such as Atro's mentor who also fought against Melchio, the one who traveled together with Alma as shown in Eze's Grand Gaia Chronicles, Lugina, and Dolk.
- Duel Boss: As revealed in "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest, while he's not necessarily antagonistic towards Michele, he challenged her for a duel before he decided to aid her.
- Good Scars, Evil Scars: Averted; His helmet helps hide a presumably horrific scar he earned several years past, so his can't show his good side.
- Green Thumb: In addition to spreading his team's attack with enhanced Earth Element properties through his Brave Burst.
- Large Ham: His dialogues tend to be quite hammy.
- Legacy Character: The name of "Zelban" is passed down from generations to generations as a title for those who master the Vedan fencing style.
- The Mentor: The Zelban who traveled with Michele also taught Atro of the way of sword.
- Nobody Calls Me "Chicken"!: The Zelban who allies himself with Michele cowered as the gods reenergized Melchio. Michele calls him (and the rest of her party) out for their cowardice, driving him to remember his true power (or at least the skills of the original Zelban).
- Passing the Torch: He wanted to do this to Atro regarding his "Zelban" name, but he thought Atro wasn't ready yet. After Michele left him behind, he inverted the trope and gave his torch back to Dolk, from whom he got his "Zelban" name.
Drakeborn Lodin / Drake God Lodin / Empyreal Drake Lodin
- "Hey Summoner. If you want me to follow you, bring me someone to fight!"— Lodin, rearing for a fight.
Lodin used to prowl the backstreets of Lizeria, capital of La Veda, picking fights wherever he goes in an otherwise law-abiding city. At other times, he can be seen fighting dragons and searching for the perfect opponent. But when he encountered Melchio, he realized the latter was too much for him, and thus was forced to join Michele's party to stand a chance, where he ultimately realized the need for a few helping hands.
- Aloof Ally: Among Michele, Tiara, Zelban and Duel-GX, at least initially.
- BFS: His Weapon of Choice, curiously worn like an oversized katar.
- Blood Knight: Fighting is all he lives for.
- Ineffectual Loner: Initially in it just to strengthen himself, Lodin ultimately learned the value of having competent allies to take on Melchio.
- The Lancer: As the first person to questions Michele's reckless acts.
- Only Sane Man: In "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest, he usually points out how ridiculous some of Michele's decisions are and how the others just go along with it.
- Power Gives You Wings: As the Drake God onwards.
- Pride Before a Fall: The reason he lost against Melchio and later joined Michele's group.
- Shock and Awe: His element in battle.
- The Smart Guy: He is the one who suggested that the team should discuss about the strategy to defeat Melchio.
Legionary Melchio / Centurion Melchio / Legatus Melchio / Invictus Xeno Melchio
- "Who dares awaken me? Do you think you have what it takes to command me?"— Melchio, challenging the Summoner's decision to awaken him.
Long before the attack of the gods, a ten-winged angel clad in white-and-gold armor Melchio suddenly appeared and wreaked havoc throughout Lizeria. It eventually met his match in the form of four humans — Michele, Tiara, Zelban and Lodin — and their mechanical companion, Duel-GX, though not before the gods were forced to revive him again and again. How the battle ended was not known, as it was said all six of them simply disappeared after some time.
- Battle Butler: Becomes one for Lodin and Tiara in one of alternate endings of "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest.
- Big Bad: Among its batch.
- Blade on a Stick: He wields a double-ended lance.
- Bowdlerization/Dub Name Change: Slight example. Its Super Brave Burst is called "Lucifer" in the Japanese version while in the Global version it's changed to "Ultimate Angel".
- Brainwashed and Crazy: "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest reveals that as Melchio was about to lose against Michele's group, a god granted it power to destroy everything, which leads to Melchio losing its own consciousness.
- Dub-Induced Plot Hole: Slight example when its codename is mentioned in Reis' flavor text. In Japanese version, it was mentioned that it destroyed Reis' world. But in Global version, it was the one that got destroyed. However, subsequent mentions of this part in both Beiorg area and "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest have clarified the former as the correct translation.
- Four-Element Ensemble: Legatus Melchio's Super Brave Burst not only lets him deal Light elemental damage, but also Fire, Water, Thunder and Earth, giving him an advantage against all of the four.
- HeelFace Turn: As strange as it may sound, when it got revived as Xeno Melchio way after the end of War of the Gods, it turned against the remaining gods. It's also possible to make him side with Lodin in one of the alternate endings of "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest.
- Light 'em Up: His element as well as his allies after using his Brave Burst.
- Light Is Not Good: Was the tormentor of the people of Lizeria. Then it puled a HeelFace Turn after it was revived.
- No-Sell: His Brave Burst and Super Brave Burst allow him and his allies to prevent status ailments. His White Armor Sphere also has the same effect.
- Our Angels Are Different: Subverted. At first, it was thought to be a messenger from the gods who descended down to attack Lizeria. It's really a hi-tech armor who was pissed at what seemed to be the world turning against its creator.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Melchio, as "No. 5" of Six Armors series, outright destroyed the world in which Reeze and Lilith came from before appeared in Grand Gaia.
- The Promise: Xeno Melchio's Fusion quote mentioned that it made a promise to get stronger a long time ago.
- Red Baron: "Ten-Winged Tormentor", which is also his batch's Boss Subtitles for Grand Gaia Chronicles.
- Roaring Rampage of Revenge: It was mentioned by Paris in Beiorg's Windmill Garden that Melchio destroyed its own world because it thought the world "had abandoned" Reis (while in reality he got killed by its fellow Armor Vishra).
- Spin Attack: How he attacks with his lance.
- Undying Loyalty: To Reis. And in one of the possible endings in "Ten-Winged Tormentor" Grand Quest, to Lodin.
- You Are Number 6: Melchio is the "No. 5" of Six Armors series made by Reeze and Reis.
Duel-GX / Duel-GX II / Duel-SGX
- "NEW MASTER DETECTED. REGISTRATION COMPLETE. PLEASE INPUT COMMANDS."— Duel-GX, ready to obey its new master.
A crustacean-like machine from another world of mysterious origins, programmed to protect its home world against any threat. Having aligned itself with Michele, who was the first to discover it, Duel-GX joined its master and her friends Tiara, Zelban and Lodin in their war against Melchio, emissary of the gods, in the process evolving to become more scorpion-like.
- Affectionate Nickname: "Crabby", as coined by Michele. Tiara uses "Mr. Crabby", while Zelban and Lodin use "Crab".
- Area of Effect: Its Brave Burst covers the entire team. Later, when it gets its Super Brave Burst, it can use it to attack all enemies.
- Casting a Shadow: Its element as well has its teammates' attacks' after using its Brave Burst.
- Critical Hit Class: Through its Brave Bursts, it raises the team's chance of dealing critical hits.
- Dark Is Not Evil: Aided the people of Lizeria against Melchio.
- Deadpan Snarker: For a mechanical being, it sure is quite snarky.
- Expositron 9000: While it's not a computer, it's still an intelligent mechanical being that explained everything regarding Melchio's and its own origins for Michele and her companions.
- Giant Enemy Crab > Scary Scorpions: Its Animal Motifs.
- Grew Beyond Their Programming: As Duel-SGX, it overrode its programming limitations as it began to develop self-awareness and a desire to protect its friends.
- Heroic Sacrifice: It self-destructed because it failed to defeat Melchio, but the damage it resulted was enough to break Melchio.
- The Lancer: As the one who is with Michele since the start of her journey, and being closely related to the villain Melchio.
- Logic Bomb: Upon being renamed as "Crabby" by Michele, it simply said "does not compute".
- Non-Human Sidekick: Of Michele.
- Number of the Beast: It has a program named "CODE 666".
- Self-Destruct Mechanism: What its "CODE 666" really is.
- Team Pet: Is treated as such by its companions.
- You Are Number 6: It is the "No. 1" of Six Armors series made by Reeze and Reis.
Cursed Flame Armor
- Foil: To the point of Gameplay and Story Integration.
- Vishra and Reeze: both were normal humans who got turned into Six Armors, losing their humanity in process. But in the end, they regained it by saving their precious ones. Their Leader Skills are both related to ailments; with Vishra's being increased probability to inflict them while Reeze's is a No-Sell.
- Dilma and Rashil perhaps exemplify this more than the other two pairs:
- Both are prodigies who left their comfort zone and got interested in Lilith, all for opposite reasons (Dilma willingly left the dojo to fight stronger foes and genuinely fell in love with Lilith, while Rashil got banished due to a failed experiment and was only interested in Lilith's technology).
- Both have Hidden Depths that shows just how analytical they could be.
- Their Character Development both involve them being gradually caring towards others not named Lilith. While Dilma extended his care to the civilians by protecting them, Rashil's is more inter-personal scale.
- Dilma is all about defense-ignoring heavy attack, while Rashil is a healer who grants Critical Hit Rate buff.
- Their Super Brave Bursts both grant some sorts of immortality to themselves (Dilma's is a full-regen, while Rashil's grants Angel Idol buff), and their names are related to life and death ("Life" Stream and "Grave" Gazer, respectively).
- Their Leader Skills are the exact same, which is gradual BB gauge increase per turn. Their upgraded version both grant Spark-related bonuses, though Dilma's increases Spark damage while Rashil's increases BC produced during Spark.
- Lilith and Logan: both are The Igor with an Undying Loyalty to a Mad Scientist, to the point of Blind Obedience. Their friendship with others made them overcoming it. And while Shida ditched Logan, Reeze didn't leave Lilith behind. Their Brave Burst began as single-target, and while Logan's gets upgraded to area attack, Lilith's remains as single-target. Their Leader Skills are the exact same, which is Attack, and later HP, increase when there are five elements in their squad. Lastly, both have blond hair and red eyes.
- Poor Communication Kills: All of them suffered one in some ways. It was at least justified for Vishra as the wearer is brainwashed, and for Reeze because she's new to Grand Gaia. But Logan and Rashil are by far the worst offenders, as the former's immediately antagonizing Reeze's group and the latter's suggestive approach towards Lilith lead to all five of them failing to defeat Vishra.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Reeze, Lilith, Dilma, and Rashil, at least initially. This bit them in their battle against Vishra, which resulted in their loss. They got better when they reunited.
War Demon Vishra / Rakshasa Vishra / Rakshasa Lord Vishra / Unleashed Ravana Vishra
- "Summoner, do you know who you've just called upon? I cannot be controlled."— Vishra, warning the Summoner of the dangers of trying to tame him.
Vishra used to be a simple Bariura mook, until he one day encountered the titular armor, which robbed the wearer of his memories in exchange for greater power. Despite the host's desire to end his misery and find someone who can finally match his armor's power, nobody was able to defeat it, and Logan, the host's old friend, was only able to dent his armor, and soon it was able to recover and reappear during the war of the gods.
- A.I. Is a Crapshoot: The Vishra armor is implied to be the same unit Reeze created that went haywire, brutally maimed her, and killed her older brother.
- Animated Armor: What the Vishra armor really is.
- Area of Effect: His Brave Bursts hit all enemies.
- Battle Aura: His Unleashed Ravana form sports one that is shaped like the Vishra armor.
- Big Bad: Of his batch, albeit unwittingly.
- BFS: His Weapon of Choice.
- Blessed with Suck: The person who received Vishra (the armor) was most likely promised great power. However, he lost his memories in the process, and the armor forces him to fight with no end.
- Disc-One Final Boss: After Shida established himself and the war with the gods forced everyone else to shift their attention, Vishra's role is reduced to this.
- Dramatic Unmask: His 7-star form is seen as this by the players.
- Fighting from the Inside: It is strongly implied that deep down the soul of the man wearing the Vishra armor is struggling to regain control, or at least weaken his armor long enough for someone to finally end his misery. Ultimately, he won, and even made use of the armor's power for himself.
- Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: Vishra's wearer tried to do so in order to save Logan from the armor piece's influence.
- I Cannot Self-Terminate: Apparently the soul of the person wearing the Vishra armor is trying to find someone who can kill him and finally end his suffering.
- No Name Given: Vishra is the name of his armor; the person wearing it doesn't seem to have a name for himself. Justified as his memories were gone as part of the armour's curse, so even he doesn't know his own name.
- Playing with Fire: As his element.
- Redemption Equals Death: Just after Vishra's wearer gained control of the Vishra armor, both of them bit the dust in order to save Logan.
- Robo Speak: In Japanese version, the Vishra armor speaks with a combination of katakana and kanji, as opposed to its wearer's normal speech pattern. This is done to show who was in control of the armor.
- Spider Limbs: The Vishra armor gained them in Rakshasa Lord form.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: The wearer of Vishra most likely didn't know the side effects of the armor beforehand.
- You Are Number 6: Literally. The Vishra armor is the "No. 6" of Six Armors series made by Reeze and Reis.
Hail Bot Reeze / Hail Mech Reeze / Hail Gigantron Reeze / Hailstorm Armor Reeze
- "I am a wicked girl. I've exploited the dead for my own selfish reasons."— Reeze, explaining why she feels she doesn't deserve the Summoner's sympathy.
Reeze used to be a scientist from another world — and, in her own words, an unethical one. That all changed when one of her brother's creations went haywire, killing him and severely wounding her. After being sucked into Grand Gaia and rescued by the mage Rashil, Reeze, accompanied by her robotic assistant Lilith, set off on her own to find and destroy her creation once and for all, in the process encountering such curious figures as loud-mouthed Dilma and brooding Logan, himself after Vishra.
- The Atoner: She seeks out to destroy her brother's creation that went haywire as penance for her past misdeeds, which ultimately cost her brother's life and nearly hers as well...
- The Aloner: She'd rather keep the few people she interacted with in Grand Gaia within arm's length.
- Cyborg: She had to rebuild her own body with mechanical parts after her creation's rampage. But as it turns out, she was already one before that.
- Mad Scientist: She used to be one. With her accidentally unleashed Vishra, gravely wounding her and killing her brother, however, she realized she has a huge karmic debt to pay.
- Making a Splash
- My Greatest Failure: She considers the accident that caused Vishra to kill her brother as one.
- Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: Since she was co-creator of Six Armors series along with her brother Reis, and that she accidentally caused Vishra to kill Reis, she indirectly caused "No. 5" to destroy her world and almost endangered Lizeria as well.
- No One Gets Left Behind: Insisted that she and Lilith will be fighting together with Rashil and Dilma as the latter two announced their plan to sacrifice themselves. Which is ironic, considering she left Rashil and Dilma behind after they lost against Vishra.
- No-Sell: Her Leader Skill makes the party resistant (or immune, in her later evolutions) to status ailments.
- Organic Technology: She described herself as "a human and Armor hybrid".
- Revenge: She wanted to destroy Vishra because it caused her to lose her brother and her world. She grew out of it during her stay in Vriksha.
- Robotic Reveal: As the device that Reis sent arrived in front of her, it revealed her true nature as "No. 3" and she chose to abandon her humanity in process.
- Sinister Scythe: Her Weapon of Choice.
- We Can Rebuild Him: Or in her case, she was able to rebuild herself as a half-machine after surviving Vishra's rampage.
- You Are Number 6: She is actually "No. 3" of Six Armors series made (technically "modified") by her brother Reis.
Pugilist Dilma / Champ Fist Dilma / Noble Fist Dilma
- "Hey there! You look pretty strong! Mind lending me a hand?"— Dilma, requesting the Summoner's help.
A fighter from Toltya Dojo (the same one Nemia and Zeln came from), Dilma grew discontent with the quality of his usual competition, so he wanders the world finding someone who might just be his perfect match. Along the way he meets Lilith, and despite the latter claiming to be just a robot, Dilma fell in love with her and became inspired to train himself even further. One crushing defeat, however, sends him back to his old dojo, where he discovered that he needs to also learn to use his powers to save people.
- Alliterative Name: His Super Brave Burst, "Grave Gazer".
- Armor-Piercing Attack: All of his Brave Bursts have Ignore Defense buff.
- Attack! Attack! Attack!: His way of fighting, until Vishra defeated him and made him realize that defense is also important.
- Awesomeness by Analysis: He was able to sense that there's someone inside Vishra by observing the swordstyle used by the rampaging Armor.
- Bare-Fisted Monk
- Big Brother Mentor: Was this to Zeln and Nemia, if their conversations in Frontier Hunter and Eze's Grand Gaia Chronicles are any indications.
- Big Damn Heroes: Alongside Rashil, they saved Reeze and Lilith during the war of the gods.
- Blood Knight: He beat up his classmates and was bored that no one could match him. When he fought Logan, he mentioned that he couldn't stop fighting him and even complementing Logan's strength. He was entertained by Vishra's strength and even showed his serious side. By the time he finished his training, he grew out of it.
- Distracted by the Sexy: He was originally searching for his equal in terms of strength. Then he met Lilith.
- Fingerless Gloves: Wears them through all of his evolutions, although they're only truly visible in his Noble Fist form.
- Gradual Regeneration: His Leader Skill fills BB Gauge after every turns, and his Super Brave Burst grants self-healing to himself for three turns.
- Green-Eyed Monster: Attacks anyone who dare to do something bad on "his" Lilith, which is why he didn't get along with Rashil at first.
- Green Thumb: His element is Earth.
- Hopeless Suitor: No Dilma, it's not your fault, it's just that Lilith is, well, Lilith.
- Hypocrite: Called Rashil a "weirdo" for following Reeze and Lilith around...while he was also doing the same thing.
- Idiot Hero: Compared to his other traveling companions (two former Mad Scientist and a Robot Girl), at least. Rashil even called him a "fool" in Japanese version.
- Let's Get Dangerous!: During the battle against Vishra...except that it didn't help much and he still lost anyway.
- Power Fist: Controls three of them with energy power as Noble Fist.
- Robosexual: To Lilith.
- Say My Name: He has tendencies to shout Lilith's name out loud and often.
- Status Buff: Bestow ignore defense to his entire team.
Shock Mage Rashil / Bolt Magus Rashil / Sky Mage Rashil
- "How interesting of you to summon me. Now let me examine you!"— Rashil, sating his curiosity.
Rashil was a leader of a mage squadron in Atharva who is researching ways to create healing-type lightning magic. A terrible accident resulting from his experiments, however, caused him to be exiled into the borderlands, where he met Lilith. Despite the latter's refusal to accompany him, Rashil nevertheless had her accompany him in his research. After falling to Vishra, Lilith vanished. Nevertheless the knowledge he learned allowed him to create a mechanical steed, and he proceeded to go on with his research even when Atharva summoned him again to join the fight against the gods.
- Accidental Pervert: In Japanese version, Dilma accused him as such when he was checking over Reeze's condition alongside Lilith.
- Awesomeness by Analysis:
- He was able to identify Logan as Shida's "work" just by looking at him. Before Logan even shouted Shida's name to motivate himself.
- He built his mechanical steed with only his research log on Lilith and prior knowledge of otherworldly technology as references. The result, while not as organic as Lilith, is fairly impressive.
- It's implied that he knows Lilith has a Self-Destruct Mechanism all along, something that even Lilith's master Reeze didn't know until Lilith said it in front of her.
- According to Haruto's Summoning Diary, this is how he invented his healing lightning magic: he observed Garnan's harmless lightning and improvised upon it.
- Big Damn Heroes: See Dilma's entry.
- Berserk Button: One line in the volume 3 of Cursed Flame Armor's Grand Gaia Chronicles shows that he dislikes the idea of Born Winner and those who want to enforce it.Rashil: "A god who boasts of innate talent...is nothing but a meaningless being!"
- Cool Horse: Gains the Mechanical Horse variant as Sky Mage, built after years of researching the same technology that created Lilith.
- Critical Hit Class: Grants Critical Hit Rate boost to his party via his Brave Bursts.
- Developers' Foresight: In the last stage of Cursed Flame Armor's Grand Gaia Chronicles volume 3, if you somehow kill Reeze in her transformed state before him, and then kill Lilith, he would revive Lilith in Reeze's place with more stats upgrades.
- Dude Looks Like a Lady: Courtesy of his long hair.
- For Science!: Magic, to be exact, but his motivation still screams of this trope.
- The Friend Nobody Likes: At first Reeze and Lilith outright ignored him, while Dilma disliked him for trying to be close to Lilith. Their opinions towards him somewhat got better after the fight against Vishra, which showed that he could be serious when needed.
- Gadgeteer Genius: Despite being a mage, he was one of Garnan's best students. He also healed the otherworldy Lilith and Reeze, and later built a Mechanical Horse.
- Get A Hold Of Yourself Man: He told Reeze to calm down and use her logic when they fought Vishra. Unfortunately, Reeze didn't listen.
- Gradual Regeneration: His Leader Skill fills BB gauge after every turns.
- Healing Factor: Rashil's Brave Burst heals all allies.
- Lightning Can Do Anything: A firm believer of this trope, as his lightning magic can do anything. Up and including using it as healing magic, reactivating otherworldly mechanical beings, and fueling his own mechanical steed.
- Lost in Translation: In Japanese version, Rashil makes use of honorifics to indicate his closeness with others. Such as using "-kun" for his longtime friend Shida, dropping the "-san" honorific from Reeze when she recklessly attacked Vishra, or not using honorifics at all when addressing Dilma, whom he simply couldn't handle. Obviously, this doesn't translate well into English.
- Mad Scientist: Mage, to be exact, but his thirst for magical knowledge still pegs him as this trope, just like his former colleague Shida. Thankfully he grew out of the "mad" part by the time he and Dilma saved Lilith and Reeze.
- Magic Staff: His Weapon of Choice.
- The Medic: He was a leader of healers who specialize in healing-type lightning magic, after all. In fact, his Shock Mage form's lore mentions that he invented that particular school of magic.
- Noodle Incident: The lab incident that got him banished is never elaborated upon.
- Out-of-Character Moment: He suddenly got panicked, had to reassure himself to remain calm, warned Dilma and Reeze of their reckless acts, and stopped observing Lilith altogether during the fight against Vishra. And this was after Dilma commented that nothing could bother him.
- Refusal of the Call: Rashil refused the invitation to return to Atharva Republic to defend the country from the gods, choosing to search for his companions instead.
- Resurrective Immortality: Gameplay-wise, his Super Brave Burst allows him to withstand KO attacks, basically acting as a free Angel Idol item. And he can use it again and again, provided his BB gauge is full. Combined with his heals and the right Spheres, he can be immortal as long as the enemy doesn't wipe his buffs.
- Secret Legacy: He was a student of Bran and Garnan, and fellow students of the former with Weiss and Shida. None of those, with the exception of his connection with Shida (which helped when he and his group had to deal with Logan, as Rashil only attacked him because he meddled), are relevant to his quest of accompanying Lilith, however.
- Shock and Awe: His main element.
- Status Buff: Grants Critical Hit Rate boost to the party, and makes himself immune to death once with his Super Brave Burst.
- Stellar Name: His Brave Bursts are Cure Cloud, Starlight Cloud, and Starlight Ruin. He also has a Frontier Hunter-exclusive attack named Twinkling Star.
- Teacher's Pet: Was this to Garnan. So much that when he got exiled, Garnan also quit from his position.
- Team Dad: Surprisingly, he played this role quite well towards the group that includes himself, Reeze, Lilith, and Dilma after Character Development. And by doing what detailed in Developers' Foresight above, Rashil could go Papa Wolf towards Reeze and Lilith.
- Yellow Lightning, Blue Lightning: Even though he's mostly clad in golden armor and blasts enemies with yellow lightning, careful observations reveal that his staff emits green lightning thorough all of his evolutions.
Cyborg Lilith / Cyborg Lilith II / Terminator Lilith / Executioner Lilith XTF
- "Scanning area... Location confirmed. Carrying out new orders."— Lilith familiarizing herself with the summoner.
Reeze's gynoid assistant who was nearly incapacitated by Vishra's rampage. Having been sucked into Grand Gaia, she reactivated in the presence of Atharvan mage Rashil. Ignoring his interest in her mechanism, Lilith searched for Reeze once she deduced that her master is alive, even as she is accompanied by Rashil and Dilma, who for some reason fell in love with her. She eventually found Reeze, but after they failed to defeat Vishra she was given upgrades. During the war of the gods, her upgrades failed her, leaving Reeze in greater danger, causing Lilith to override her upgrades and fight on with nothing but her sheer determination.
- BFG: The grip of her Laser Blade can transform into this.
- Boobs of Steel: Her pair of GS-1000 is the largest of all female characters, and she is physically one of the strongest, as she engaging close-combat to her enemies even via Brave Bursts. Also applies literally, since she's a Robot Girl.
- Dub Name Change: Her 6-star form was originally "Cyborg Lilith Ω" in the Japanese version.
- Dude Magnet: Dilma and Rashil agreed.
- The Igor: To Reeze.
- Light 'em Up: Her main element.
- Laser Blade: Her main Weapon of Choice.
- Logic Bomb: Her AI malfunctioned when Reeze wished to meet Rashil and Dilma again, when her Self-Destruct Mechanism failed to activate, and when Reeze transplanted part of herself to wake her up.
- Robot Girl
- Self-Destruct Mechanism: A conversation between her, Dilma, and Rashil in one of Frontier Hunter's Terminus stages implies that she has one. It's confirmed in the finale of Cursed Flame Armor's Grand Gaia Chronicles, and it works exactly the same as Duel-SGX's "CODE 666".
- Stripperiffic: Less than standard but she definitely counts when compared to Reeze's full-body armor.
- Undying Loyalty: Towards Reeze. Her Extra Skill is even named "Eternal Loyalty"!
- What Is This Feeling?: She asked this upon realizing that Reeze transplated part of herself into her.
Dark Swords Logan / Evil Blades Logan / Inferno Swords Logan / Vicious Twin-Edge Logan
- "You summoned me? Do you know how to use this power given to me by Shida?"— Logan, warning the Summoner of the dangers of tapping into Shida's mad genius.
Logan's undying loyalty to Bariura garnered the attention of Shida, who invited him to become a test subject for his secret super-soldier program. One day he accepted Shida's orders to stalk an armored demon wreaking havoc across the land, hoping to fulfill a promise he made with his long-deceased friend to become stronger... only to discover that his friend had become Vishra, the demon he sought after. Reluctantly letting him go after a vicioxus battle, he agrees to allow Shida to infuse him with part of Vishra's armor to allow him to go toe-to-toe with the latter, hoping to free his friend's soul.
- Black Knight: His overall motif.
- Casting a Shadow: His element is Dark.
- Compressed Hair: Careful observation in his 7-Star form reveals that he is blond.
- Dual Wielding: Of swords.
- Demonic Possession: The piece of Vishra he took and injected inside his body ended up possessing him as Inferno Swords.
- Discard and Draw: With his Super Brave Burst, he can discard his DEF to draw his ATT to an even higher level.
- Empowered Badass Normal: Thanks to Shida's numerous experiments on him.
- Earn Your Happy Ending: After all he's been through, Logan got freed from Vishra's curse by his Vishra-wearing friend, tended by the Titania queen who then offered him to live in Forest of Fairies, and taught many soldiers there his sword style.
- Foregone Conclusion: Flora Queen Faris' and Agile Katana Toutetsu's lores mention "a twinswords-wielding knight in black armor". Only him and fellow Bariuran knight Eru met the criteria. Since Eru was involved in another matter, Logan is the one those lores mentioned. These ensured his survival and eventually his 7-Star form.
- Glass Cannon: Just as his ATK is already higher than his DEF, he can ram it Up to Eleven by using his Super Brave Bursts!
- Hair of Gold, Heart of GoldHave hints of gold hair to confirm his good intents.
- The Igor: To Shida.
- Life Drain: With his regular BB, he can drain HP off his enemy. It can no longer do that at 7-Star, but once he unlocks his Extra Skill, he can drain slightly with any of his attack.
- The Mentor: He was the one who taught Faris how to fight.
- The Promise: He made one with his long-lost comrade to become stronger for the sake of their homeland... unaware that his friend had become the very person he was hunting after.
- Real Men Wear Pink: At least in Haruto's Summoning Diary, in which he really enjoys gardening and finds a Dark Spirit who is his fellow underlings of Shida as "cute". He also ended up living inside a forest full of pixies and fairies.
- Robo Speak: As the piece of Vishra armor inside him began to take control, he started to adapt its manner of speech.
- Status Effects: Can inflict a random stat at 7-Star. Justified, as he got a piece of Vishra's armor that powers him further.
- His Leadership Skill allows his allies to have a high chance of inflicting them.
- He can also do that with Agreas Soul.
- Tragic Keepsake: A piece of Vishra with "No. 6" embedded on it.
- Undying Loyalty: Towards the empire he served, but later he dedicated himself to Shida.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Shida left him dying to Vishra's curse to search for new research materials.
- You Shall Not Pass!: Pulls this stunt in Vargas Chronicles in order to prevent Vargas and his friends from disturbing Shida's experiment.
Common Leader Skill: Increased ATK for units with same Element, as well as those of allied elements (Fire/Thunder/Light and Water/Earth/Dark)
Six sisters lesser goddesses who once fought together with the humans against the gods, until the sight of humans' atrocities forced three of them — Eliza, Paula and Madia — to turn against them, forcing the remaining sisters — Freya, Zele and Sola — to confront them and stop their mission of exterminating humanity.
- Cain and Abel: After seeing the atrocities humanity has committed, Paula, Eliza, and Madia betrayed their sisters to fight alongside the gods and exterminate all humans, thus collectively becoming the "Cain" to Freya, Zele, and Sola's collective "Abel".
- Curtains Match the Window: Because of their elemental affinities, all of the Sibyl Sisters' hair match whatever eye color they have
- Elemental Rivalry: Freya (Fire Element) fought Elize (Water Element), Zele (Thunder Element) fought Paula (Earth Element), while Sola (Light Element) fought Madia (Dark Element).
- Humans Are Bastards: What Eliza, Paula, and Madia believe sums up the entire human race. This brings them to conflict with their "pro-human" sisters Freya, Zele, and Sola.
- Meaningful Name: The Sibyl Sisters were collectively named after the "sibyls", female oracles who, by divine inspiration, foretold the future. While the Sibyl Sisters themselves are not oracles, the theme of divinity is there.
- Mutual Disadvantage: In their 6-Star forms, for Freya, Elize, Paula and Zele, one of the elemental buffs each of them provide allows them to deal extra damage towards units they're elementally weak to.
- Older Hero vs. Younger Villain: Inverted with the younger hero Freya fighting her older sister villain Eliza. It's played straight, however, with the older Zele and Sola fighting the younger Paula and Madia.
- Sibling Rivalry: The sisters split into two groups: one who assists humans and the other who wants to get rid of them.
- Sibling Team: The six goddesses used to fight together, until half of them defected.
- We Used to Be Friends: All of the Sibyl Sisters used to be rather close, but after three of them saw the cruelty of humans, not so much anymore.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Sola has green hair, Madia has light blue hair, Eliza has turquoise hair, and Freya has red hair. The only exceptions are Zele and Paula, who are both blonde.
Freya / Blaze Sibyl Freya / Passion Sibyl Freya
- "Now I understand. This is the warmth of humanity. Let me fight with you!"— Freya, being inspired into combat with the Summoner's warmth.
Third-eldest of the six Sibyl Sisters and the most cheerful and loving of the six, in spite of her clumsy personality. During the war of the Sisters she sided with Sola and Zele, who chose to stay with the humans, where she was responsible for saving them from her renegade sisters, only to be directly antagonized by her immediate older sister, Eliza.
- All-Loving Hero: Perhaps more so than Sola, she continues to trust humans even long after Eliza, Paula and Madia's betrayal. Her love for humans even caused her sister Eliza to lighten up slightly on her beliefs, but Eliza still remains insistent that Freya will eventually be betrayed by the humans she loved.
- Bare Your Midriff: All three of her Summon forms show off her navel and stomach.
- Bowdlerise: Her second Brave Burst has its name changed from Sodom Ring to Somber Ring to avoid reference to, ahem, Sodomy.
- Boss Subtitles: "Affectionate Flames".
- Cute Clumsy Girl: In her happier days.
- Et Tu, Brute?: Eliza directly antagonizing her broke her heart more than her body was wounded.
- Light 'em Up: Her sub-element, tapped only through her Brave Burst (as damage) and her Leader/Friend Ability (increasing power of Light units).
- Love Freak: So much so that she and Abel composed a song out of their sheer adoration of the concept of "love" in one of Frontier Hunter's Terminus stages.
- Meaningful Name: Freya is named after the Norse Goddess of Love, which perfectly ties into her fiery and passionate personality.
- Playing with Fire: Her principal element.
- Rapunzel Hair: Her hair goes down to her shin, and that's not when it's straightened.
- Rings of Death: The ring on her back is what she uses as her weapon.
- Turn the Other Cheek: Her main personality that goes both ways. She prefers forgiving humans rather than holding grudges against them, something that Eliza isn't really fond of.
Eliza / Snow Sibyl Eliza / Sorrow Sibyl Eliza
- "Why ally with a human? Don't think you can understand what a goddess is thinking."— Eliza, reluctant to lend her sword.
Second-eldest of the six Sibyl Sisters who wields twin swords and controls snow and ice. Relatively more pessimistic than her sisters, Eliza has shown an unflinching sense of morality... which turns her against humanity after witnessing their atrocities. She, Paula and Madia became the "Fresh Blood Sisters", wreaking havoc upon humans, with Eliza in particular challenging her immediate younger sister Freya's willingness to forgive any and all human sins.
- Bare Your Midriff: Through both forms even when the latter is surrounded by ice.
- Boss Subtitles: "Absolute Zero".
- Casting a Shadow: Also partly her element, though not in the same way as An Ice Person. See Evil Is Deathly Cold for more details.
- Defrosting Ice Queen: Shows a shade of this in her evolution quote [[spoiler:where she asks the summoner to prove Freya's belief that not all humans are sinners.
- Dual Wielding: Two blades made of pure ice.
- Evil Is Deathly Cold: Her leader skill not only power up water units but dark ones as well. Her Brave Burst is also Dark elemental, dealing more damage to Light Units in addition to Fire ones.
- Exposed to the Elements: Though to be fair, this is her ice powers she's controlling. The cold probably didn't bother her, anyway.
- Fingerless Gloves: To grip her weapons easier.
- Going Fur a Swim: Underneath her fluffy scarf is her blur bikini top and a wrap skirt.
- High-Class Gloves: She wears the fingerless version.
- An Ice Person: Partly her element through the names of her Leadership Skills, Brave Bursts and Sibyl Title.
- Making a Splash: Her main element.
- Pretty in Mink: She wears a fluffy white fur wrap. Her evolutions give her fur wrap a rainbow theme that becomes prominent with each form.
- Poisonous Person: Her brave bursts can inflict poison.
Paula / Rose Sibyl Paula / Beauty Sibyl Paula
- "You'd thought I'd be smaller?! Alright then, let me show you what I'm really made of!"— Paula, getting ready to fight.
Youngest of the six Sibyl Sisters, Paula used to a sweet, innocent kid who wants to protect everything precious to her... until she saw how humans would sacrifice the weak in order to survive. Joining Eliza and Madia's revolt, she became infamous for dealing the same kind of horrors she saw the humans doing to each other, much to her other siblings' shock.
- Boss Subtitles: "Gaia's Voice".
- Break the Cutie: Seeing the cruelty of humans traumatized her so much that she became as wicked as the humans she hated.
- Casting a Shadow: Like Eliza, her Leadership Skills as well as her Brave Burst accounts for the Dark Element in addition to Earth.
- Cute and Psycho: In her Rose Sibyl description, it's said that she kept her innocent smile while she commanded her blood-stained flowers.
- Dissonant Serenity: Never once dropped her childlike, innocent smile even as she uses her plants to murder her enemies and more.
- Does Not Like Shoes: In her base form, where she at most wear flower themed shin bands. Rose Sibyl Paula, however, upgrades the bands to sandals.
- The Dreaded: Among even the Fresh Blood Sisters! When you can put on a sweet, child like face and use Petal Power which has the color that reminds of bloodshed, even your allies can be frightened by the uncanny combination, whether they are on the dark side or not.
- Expecting Someone Taller: Inverted; her Summon quote has her chastising the Summoner for expecting her to be smaller.
- Green Thumb: Her main element.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She has blonde hair, but she was sweet and kind towards humans... at first. Then it's horribly subverted after she witnessed human cruelty, making her become as wicked as the humans she hates. Even as she murders humans, she never drops the childlike, innocent facade.
- Pay Evil unto Evil: It's never mentioned specifically how she harm humans; it only described as according to the sins they did towards one another.
- Petal Power: Her attack animation involves moving towards the target and release pollens on him/her/it.
- Used to Be a Sweet Kid: She used to be very loving and protective towards humans when she was a kid, but after seeing the horrors humanity is capable of, she became cruel and wicked herself.
- Winged Humanoid: From Rose Sibyl onwards.
Zele / Bolt Sibyl Zele / Echo Sibyl Zele
- "I hate the humans who brought harm to my sisters and I. You, however, are an exception."— Zele, prying into the heart of the Summoner.
Third-youngest of the six Sibyl Sisters and the most moderate of the six. While aware that some humans are indeed evil, she still considers them worth protecting. When Eliza, Paula and Madia defected, Zele implored them (in vain) to lay down their arms, but when Paula began a reign of cruelty, even Zele was forced to turn her thunderbolts on her.
- Bare Your Midriff
- Boss Subtitles: "In the Name of Lightning".
- Chain Mail Bikini: Given her seemingly sci-fi themed armoury, the only part of her body that's fully protected are from her shins downwards.
- Closer to Earth: Compared to both sides of the sisters, Zele is aware of the sins that humanity committed, but rather than doing nothing and watching them disappear from her eyes, she decided to fight and protect them.
- Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Her hair is colored a dark shade of orangey yellow, but it doesn't change the fact that she decides to protect humans despite seeing their flaws.
- Humans Are Flawed: Her view of humanity is relatively neutral. While she does admit humans can do dastardly things and hates them for tearing apart the bond shared between her sisters, what her renegade sisters were doing were just as bad, if not far worse, so she decides to side with Sola and Freya.
- Light 'em Up: Her additional element, only applied through her Brave Burst.
- Shock and Awe: Her main element.
- Showgirl Skirt
- Winged Humanoid: In-built.
- Would Hurt a Child: Mercilessly delivers one towards Paula at full power. Though to be fair, Paula crossed the line as she attacked the humans they were supposed to protect.
- Yellow Lightning, Blue Lightning: Zele originally has yellow lightning with an orange tint for her sword and wings. As the Bolt Sibyl, however, the bolts take on a light blue hue.
Sola / Ray Sibyl Sola / Radiance Sibyl Sola
- "Alright, let's fight! Show me your definition of justice!"— Sola, imploring the Summoner to fight for the cause of righteousness.
Eldest of the six Sibyl Sisters and the most compassionate of them all. Her unconditional kindness, however, would be put to test by three of her own sisters, particularly Madia, who used to look up to her highly, after witnessing human atrocities. When these sisters defected, she was forced to fight them, in particular antagonizing Madia.
- All-Loving Hero: As the eldest sister, she encourages her sisters to unconditionally protect humanity from the gods. It's later deconstructed in that her insistence on protecting humans created a rift between her sisters and caused Paula, Eliza, and Madia (who discovered the horrible, horrible things humanity is capable of) to pull a FaceHeel Turn. Madia especially used to look up to her, but their beliefs on what should be done with humans caused Madia to resent Sola over time.
- Archer Archetype: Summons a bow and arrow when in battle.
- Bilingual Bonus: Her name is of course a pun on "Solar" as of the sun but also "Sora" that means "sky" or "heaven" in Japanese.
- Boss Subtitles: "Protected by the Sky".
- Gold and White Are Divine: Her "Radiance Sibyl Sola" form has her gain golden angel wings and a gold halo, while bits of her outfit are now colored white.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Sola has angelic, light-colored wings that become more radiant with each evolution, and is a Light Elemental, to signify her heroism. On the other hand, her evil sister Madia has dark-colored wings (her "Night Sibyl Madia" form has blood-tipped wings), and is a Dark Elemental, to show her wickedness.
- Light 'em Up: Her main element.
- Light Is Good: She is light-elemental, and is also noted for her unconditional kindness.
- Meaningful Name: Sola's name sounds heavily similar to "solar", which fits with her primary Light Element.
- Playing with Fire: One of her two secondary elements, where they are among the elements of her Brave Burst and of units having their attack boosts through her Leadership Skills.
- Shock and Awe: The other of her two secondary elements.
- The Straight and Arrow Path: There were already units who can cast powerful magic, if not mechanical firearms before Sola made her début.
- The Messiah: Deconstructed. Her desire to protect humans regardless of their actions caused a massive rift within the unity of the Sisters.
- Winged Humanoid: Is a human-looking goddess whose wings start taking on a more angelic and radiant appearance with each evolution.
Madia / Night Sibyl Madia / Eclipse Sibyl Madia
- "You wish for me to fight again, don't you Summoner? You humans are so cruel."— Madia, ruing her summoning by a human.
Second-youngest of the six Sibyl Sisters who looked up highly to Sola. Her idealism, however, soon turned to resentment after witnessing countless human atrocities and her sister's insistence on serving them, thus leading Eliza and Paula in revolt, in particular antagonizing the sister she used to admire.
- Absolute Cleavage: One thing that never goes away in her evolutions - her outfits' ability to show off her breasts.
- Big Brother Worship: Gender-inverted with Madia who used to regard her eldest sister Sola highly at first.
- Boss Subtitles: "Enthralled by the Moon".
- Broken Pedestal: She slowly started to hate her sister Sola as a combined result of Sola continuing to protect humans (despite the horrible, horrible atrocities they committed), and Sola's insistence that she do so as well.
- Casting a Shadow: Her primary element.
- Curtains Match the Window: Not really. While her hair is a light blue, her eyes are dark blue-violet.
- Dark Is Evil: In stark contrast to Sola, Madia is both dark-elemental and is described as a cruel destroyer post-revolt. However, she was sweet and idealistic before discovering the cruelty of humans.
- The Idealist > The Cynic: How her attitude changed after witnessing Sola's blind loyalty to humanity.
- FaceHeel Turn: Betrayed her sisters Sola, Freya, and Zele and formed the Fresh Blood Sisters faction with Paula and Eliza. This is represented by the wings of her Summon form losing their golden tips (a symbol of her goodness) and becoming darker with each evolution.
- Good Wings, Evil Wings: Madia has dark-colored wings (her "Night Sibyl Madia" form has blood-tipped wings), and is a Dark Elemental, to show her wickedness and hatred of humans. On the other hand, Sola has angelic, light-colored wings that become more radiant with each evolution, and is a Light Elemental, to signify her heroism and love for humans. It's interesting to note that Madia's first Summon form had dark blue wings with gold tips, signifying her goodness before her FaceHeel Turn.
- Green Thumb: One of her two secondary elements, where she can boost Earth unit's power if set as the leader. Her Brave Burst also accounts for the type advantage the Earth element has against Thunder units.
- Horned Hairdo: Averted at first with her base Summon, but she later gains these post-evolution.
- Names to Run Away from Really Fast: Euthanasia and Extinction should be the keys.
- Meaningful Name: Madia means "bitter". She used to regard her eldest Sola highly, but witnessing the cruelty of humans, combined with Sola's insistence that she protect humans, turned her into a wicked and cruel destroyer.
- Making a Splash: The other secondary element she had, in the same way as the former.
- Purple Is Powerful: Madia, especially her two evolutionary forms, is colored purple, and is a powerful Dark-Elemental.
- Rapunzel Hair: If you think her other sister's hair are long, hers touches the ground! Okay, maybe not directly on the ground, but that's because her very long dress is in the way.
- Tragic Villain: Madia's evolutionary lore suggests that the darkness inherent in all humans is influencing her to betray and fight her sisters Sola, Freya, and Zele. She also misses the days where she and her sisters shared a close bond, and wants to exterminate humanity so they can all stop fighting and love each other again.
- Winged Humanoid
- You Bastard!: One of her quotes in her "Night Sibyl Madia" form basically calls out the Summoner (you, the player) for being a wicked human being who still receives her sister Sola's faith and protection.
- You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Literally has (light) blue hair.