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Part 6 of the list of summoned units in Brave Frontier.

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  • Part 1: Hobgoblin, Lizard Man, Leshy, Ocypete, Azrael and Skull Lord (under Monsters debuting in Mistral)
  • Part 4:
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    • Goddess Axe Michele, Final Apostle Tiara, Blade Emperor Zelban, Empyreal Drake Lodin, Legatus Melchio and Duel-SGX (under Ten-Winged Tormentor)
    • Rakshasa Lord Vishra, Hail Gigantron Reeze, Noble Fist Dilma, Sky Mage Rashil, Terminator Lilith and Inferno Swords Logan (under Cursed Flame Armor)
  • Part 5: Ramnanote , Raydnnote , Ophelianote , Grybenote , Alyutnote  and Zephyrnote  (all under Twelve Guardians of the Gods)
  • Utility Units: Sphere Frog and Power Imp Pakpak / Guard Imp Ganju / Healing Imp Fwahl / Vigor Imp Molin (all under Enhancing)
  • Villains:
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    • Creator Maxwell (under Mistral)
    • Disciple Mare / Blazing Mare (under Agni)

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    Might & Magic 
Rarity Range: 4-6; 7 for Lucina
Common Leader Skill: Increased ATK when at least 5 elements are present

These units consist of people who tapped into the power that dwells inside them or their possessions, which result on them having the power of elements that have advantages against their respective own element's weakness.

Common Tropes

  • Elemental Powers: The standard buffs they provide are giving their party an elemental advantage against enemies the original caster is weak against.
  • Our Mages Are Different: They can use magic (not necessary related to their elemental buffs) like the following:
    • Artists: Eric can play music to manipulate souls.
    • Gadget Users: Darvan can equip his armor to use water magic. Bran can use fire magic by using sacred items to draw out his anger.
    • Mutant: Eric's ability to use magic music was added from Shida's experiments.
    • Race: The later parts of the Lore justifies Dia and Lucina's abilities to provide their elemental buffs as them being within the Atharvan lineage and having a maternal linage ruling ocean life, respectively.
    • Scholar: Dia learned to use magic from her grandmother and inherited her secret library after the latter passed on. Themis learned to use dark magic by studying Bariuran spells.
  • Status Buff: This is the second batch to provide elemental buffs after Ten-Winged Tormentor, only this time, the elements provided are opposite to the original casters.
  • Mutual Disadvantage: This does not just apply to Themis or Eric who, like all other Light and Dark units, are both weak and strong against another element; The entire batch have elemental buffs that allows them and their other teammates of the same element to have this relationship with the element they're weak against.

Dark Arts Dia / Dark Princess Dia / Inferno Princess Dia

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"Watch where you're climbing, Grazool! Oh, you just wanna meet our new friend too, huh?"
Dia, meeting the Summoner while chasing after Grazool.

Dia is a witch living on the borderlands of Agni with her grandmother and her pet dragon Grazool. Upon her grandmother's death, Dia inherited her secret library of grimoires (and romance novels, implied to be the inspiration for her skimpy clothing). When imperial soldiers told her that her grandmother leaked information, Dia set out to clear her name, only to discover that she was an Atharvan sorceress, and thus she had huge shoes to fill, so to speak, inspiring her to fight for her adopted homeland, in the process winning the attention of Agni himself.


  • Animal Companion: Her pet dragon named Grazool.
  • Area of Effect: As a support, her Brave Burst aids her team's attacks. Once she has access to Super Brave Burst, she can raze through all enemies instead of hitting one of them randomly.
  • Black Magician Girl: While it's a given that she's young and a mage, she does have a few sassy moments.
    Dark Princess Dia (if directly summoned): I call the shots around here. You didn't summon me... I summoned you!
  • Curse: The names of her Brave Bursts consists indicates her bringing curses. It can be interpreted as cursing foes with damage, be it randomly or all at once. It can also apply to enemy Water units such that they will always receive elemental weakness damage regardless of who's the one attacking them.
  • The Dark Arts: Appropriate to her 4* title, Dia learned the dark arts from her grandmother since young. She incorporates them into battle, using it in a form of Black Magic to cast curse, deal damage, and allow her allies to have an elemental advantage to Water units regardless.
  • The Dividual: Inseparable since young, Dia is never seen without Grazool as a unit. Grazool get less focus in her lore, though.
  • Her Dragon is Different: But so far, all we know is that Grazool is a growing fire dragon and her pet.
  • Everything's Better with Princesses: After she evolves.
  • Familiar: Grazool is implied to be the source of Dia's magic, given he's a fire elemental.
  • Fiery Salamander: Before developing its wings as Dark Princess Dia, Grazool resembles the salamander as he usual crawls around Dia and is fire elemental itself.
  • High Class Gloves: The elbow gloves she wears hints her family's rich status, which is confirmed by her grandmother have a second, seperate mansion.
  • Hot Witch: Hotter than Liza (with a bigger pair of Burnies), and more competent, too!
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Grazool, eventually.
  • Nice Hat: It's a pointy dark-colored one with golden stripes.
  • Numerological Motif: Her regular Brave Burst are labelled with numbers. Starting from one, it increases as she evolves, intensifying her Brave Burst power.
  • Of Corsets Sexy
  • Playing with Fire: Only that this is not her only element.
  • Probability Tropes: Her Brave Burst attacks foes randomly. This can be avoided by accessing and using her Super Brave Burst instead.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Was raised by her grandmother from a very young age.
  • Romance Novel: Her late grandmother had a collection of them, kept together with her grimoires. They may be the source of her clothing.
  • Shock and Awe: Her secondary element, activated after using her Brave Burst. The Brave Burst enhances her entire team's attack with Lightning Elemental properties, allowing them to have an elemental advantage towards Water units.
  • Showgirl Skirt: Dress version.
  • Stripperific: Probably justified, as she may have been influenced from the romantic novels that came with her inherited library.
  • Superpowerful Genetics: Turns out her late grandmother was a famous sorceress from the Atharva Republic, the region associated with the Thunder Element. As the result, Dia is able to cast Thunder magic herself.
  • Tagalong Kid: In Dia's initial form, Grazool is a non-human version. As she evolves, it matures into a genuine dragon.
  • Teen Genius: She became a powerful sorceress at around 14.
  • Tsurime Eyes

Azure Blade Lucina / Azure Warrior Lucina / Azure Goddess Lucina / Aqua Pura Lucina

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"No need to chit-chat. I'm here to do my job. Not be your pal."
Lucina, being overly serious.

Knight of Sama, daughter of Mega, and good friend of Selena, Lucina mostly keeps to herself and is averse to socializing, partly due to her stigma regarding her inability to control her magical powers, though reputed to be quite foul-mouthed when the occasion calls for it. When her father caused a coup within the Sama Navy, in the hopes of uprooting corruption, she and Selena set out to rescue him, only to discover that he disappeared, leaving her clues as to the whereabouts of her supposedly long-deceased mother — who turns out to be a daughter of the ruler of marine fauna. Embracing her half-divine lineage, Lucina returns to Sama just in time to rush to Selena's aid during the war of the gods.


  • Area of Effect: Her Brave Bursts supports her entire team. Her Super Brave Burst can also hit all her enemies. In her 7* form, the latter applies to all forms of her Brave Bursts.
  • Armor-Piercing Attack: If her 6-Star onward form is set as the Leader or Friend, her team may be able to ignore defense while attacking.
  • Blade Spam: Her attack animation has her rapidly slash her enemy while teleporting around them, resulting in 7 (10 after her first evolution, and then 12 after her second) hits in about two seconds. And her 7 Star's Brave Bursts and Extra Skill also increase her hitcounts even further.
  • Cleavage Window
  • Everything's Better with Princesses: She eventually learned that her mother was the princess of a linage ruling over faunas deep within the ocean.
  • Green Thumb: Gains one as an elemental buff after using her Brave Burst, as long as she's not using her Ultimate one.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Stated in Selena's and later her own 7 Star lore, where she ends up killing herself by protecting Selena from Ulkina.
  • Making a Splash: Her main element.
  • Missing Mom: Her mother was presumably dead when she was solely raised by Mega.
  • Royalty Super Power: Her power to provide Earth-elemental buffs comes from her maternal heritage that rules over ocean life.
  • Sir Swearsalot: Sometimes she swears, being influences by her navy general father.
  • Stripperific: That contrasts with Selena's Battle Ballgown.
  • Taking the Bullet: She put herself in harm's way to protect Selena from Ulkina's crazed assault on her way to face the God Army.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Through her evolutionary line, she scores a Grade A with her pair of shorts.

Iron Shield Darvan / Steel Shield Darvan / Impenetrable Darvan

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"Summoner! Say no more. My powers are yours."
Darvan, willing to follow the Summoner's command.

Darvan is a mild-mannered Vriksha general, a trusted protector of the royal family and an old comrade of Douglas. He forged his armor out of some mystic materials found in a nearby forest. During the war of the gods Douglas confessed to him that the material he forged his armor with came from another world, and while he could unleash its true potential, it is hard to control. When he heard that Douglas perished, however, he was forced to unleash his armor's true potential, though he disappeared soon after.


  • Area of Effect: His Brave Burst hits all enemies (except when using Super Brave Burst) and enhances his whole team's attacks.
  • Fantasy Metals: He forged his green armor out of some materials found in a nearby forest. These material were later revealed to be from the same world as Douglas.
  • Green Thumb: His main element.
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Douglas.
  • Magic Knight: As a general who crafted an armor that grants him the power of water.
  • Making a Splash: Augments his attack as well has his team's with Water-Elemental Buff after using his Brave Burst.
  • Metallic Motifs: Starts with a mighty Iron armor, which is then strengthened further into Steel.
  • Powered Armor: The power that enhances his attacks with the water element came from the mystic properties of his armor. Justified, as he forged it with mystic materials that came from Douglas' world.
  • Spikes of Villainy: Inverted that he is a noble hero wearing spiky armor.

Sage Bran / Lightning Sage Bran / Blaze Guru Bran

"Summoned by a neophyte. Why do you wish to waste my time, you fool?!"
Bran, berating the Summoner for wasting his time.
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Bran is an Atharvan sage as famous for his wisdom as he is notorious for his rather bigoted views, and is said to be so stern Weiss, Shida and Rashil, three of his alleged alumni, were reluctant to even mention his name. Originally apathetic to the crisis caused by the gods' invasion, their destruction of his favorite bakery gave a personal reason for his involvement, leading his own group of followers to victory after victory.


  • Anti-Hero: Wasn't initially willing to defend again the gods' invasion.
  • Area of Effect: His Brave Burst attacks all enemies and helps all his allies.
  • Berserk Button: Never, ever, destroy his favorite bakery. The gods have learnt in a hard way.
  • Burning with Anger: By using his stashed collection of sacred items, he can literary burn enemies down with his own anger.
  • The Dreaded: His students doesn't even want to acknowledge to whom they learnt from.
  • Evil Is Petty: Inverted in that he is on the good side. He only fought back against the god's invasion because his favorite bakery was destroyed by them.
  • The Mentor: Said to be one towards Weiss, Shida, and Rashil. Though neither of them would admit it.
  • Politically Incorrect Hero: A well-known Anti-Hero version, and the reason why he became The Dreaded to his students.
  • Playing with Fire: After using his Brave Burst, he, together with his teammates, can play with fire.
  • Racist Grandpa: A notorious one, though it's unknown which race he's against, or whether it's even a race to begin with.
  • Real Men Hate Sugar: Inverted for this guy; he love sweets so much, his favorite bakery getting destroyed is enough motivation for him to unleash his wrath against the opposing gods.
  • Shock and Awe: His main element.
  • Sweet Tooth: To the point that he laments about his high blood sugar level in one of Frontier Hunter's Terminus stages.
  • Take Our Word for It: It's never specified what kind of a bigot Bran is, but it had to be that bad if even Shida looked troubled when he heard his name, or when Weiss came up an excuse not to recruit Bran into his army, even if it's to fend of the Gods.
  • Wise Tree: His knowledge is compared with World Tree Altro by the Unit Guide.

Prodigy Themis / Unflinching Themis / Worldly Themis

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"Thanks for summoning me. But you're not an amateur Summoner... are you?"
Themis, gauging the Summoner's worthiness of calling upon her.

Sheltered since childhood, Themis, a prodigious sorceress from La Veda, tends to be quite selfish, but will show her kinder side to people she deems worthy, such as Will, whom she looks up to in high regard. At one time she was captured by Bariuran knight Magress after a foolish attempt to show off her powers after, but he was so impressed by her show of bravado (even as she was practically having a tantrum along the way) that he released her. Later still, upon learning that Magress had been banished for his action, she chose to return to Bariura, hoping to see again the man who protected her.


  • Area of Effect: Her Brave Burst covers her entire team.
  • Because You Were Nice to Me: The reason she returned to Bariura to look for Magress.
  • Casting a Shadow: After using her any of her Brave Bursts, her entire team is enhanced with the Dark element. She gets to use this element by researching on Bariuran spells.
  • Child Prodigy: Is said to be very skilled in sorcery since her youth.
  • Family Theme Naming: Themis' name origin will later influence her sister's name, and form a Law-themed Theme Naming for the two.
  • Fangirl: Of Will, and later Magress.
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • Light 'em Up: Her element when she battles.
  • Meaningful Name: She is named after Themis, Greek Titaness of Law.
  • The Medic
  • Pervert Revenge Mode: In one season of Frontier Hunter, if you bring Shida when fighting her in Terminus, she will call him "perv" and cast a huge damage on him.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: The abrasive Light-elemental one to her younger sister Ivris' demure Dark-elemental.
  • Tsundere: Type A — generally abrasive to strangers, but rather polite towards the people she deems worthy.

Magic Riffs Eric / Dark Tunes Eric / Arcane Solo Eric

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"How do I look? I know. Not too good. Never mind... Forget it."
Eric, cautious of his own powers even as he is introducing himself.

A bard who used to be a Bariuran cavalry general and old friend of Magress' father, Eric's talent for music was noticed by a magician (heavily implied to be Shida), who gave him the power to manipulate souls with his music — a power he soon came to loathe. He also secretly gave advice to Magress during his lowest point, when he went on a rampage to avenge his father, even as the dark knight was oblivious to who he really is due to multiple modifications that gave him a far more youthful appearance. As he fought the gods, however, he realized that his powers are slowly going out of control.


  • Area of Effect: As a support, his Brave Burst enhances his entire teammates. Averted for its attacking aspect though, as it hits random targets.
  • Casting a Shadow: His element.
  • Cursed with Awesome: How he eventually saw his power to manipulate souls with his musical talent.
  • Light 'em Up: After using his Brave Burst, he can attack with Light elemental damage, along with his other team mates.
  • Mechanically Unusual Class: Instead of a favorable "hitting all enemies at once" Super Brave Burst, his is a guessing game of who will he hit. Eric has 15 tries per activation, and they accumulate to 800% of damage multiplier note .
  • Mysterious Protector: Of Magress.
  • Older Than They Look: He's actually 62, but multiple body modifications make him look far younger than someone old enough to be friends with Magress' father.
  • Probability Tropes: When he uses his Brave Burst, regular or Super, he will always attack random enemies.
  • Quirky Bard: He wields a guitar in battle, and his Brave Burst (including it Super counterpart) has an unusual way of attacking.
  • Superpower Meltdown: A gradual threat to his ability to fight is the realization that his power to manipulate souls with music is slowly becoming too powerful for him to rein in.

    Evil Gods 
Rarity Range: 4-6; 7 for Kajah; Omni for Zellha
These units are lesser gods who were imprisoned for commiting atrocities, only to be released in wake of War of the Gods. Luther, Phee, Nalmika, and Uda face the Humanity's Champions whose elements they have advantage against, while Zellha and Kajah engage in their own battle.

Common Tropes

  • Black Eyes of Evil: This is the first batch of play this. As gods who were criminals and manipulators and later engage in attacking humans, their sclera are much darker compared to previous human units.
  • Elemental Rivalry: As mentioned above, Luther, Phee, Nalmika, and Uda formed one with Douglas, Lava, Emilia, and Mega respectively. Zellha and Kajah have their own as well.
  • Hero Killer: The Elemental Rivalry went as far as this, though Douglas managed to flee from Luther, Mega got killed by another deity before Uda could do anything to him, while Phee and Nalmika were interrupted by Vargas and Eze respectively.

Luther / Defiant Luther / Defiant God Luther

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"To think I was summoned by a human. Be as careful as you can when avoiding my whirling flames!"
Luther warning the summoner about his powers.

A lesser god imprisoned for a failed rebellion, Luther's destructive abilities never went unnoticed by his superiors, who freed him in exchange for helping their campaign of extermination against humanity — a job he took on with psychopathic passion. To satisfy his bloodlust he took a habit of attacking fortifications, where he can wreak as much havoc as possible. Among the humans who dared defy him was Douglas, whom he apparently defeated by melting down all his bullets.


Phee / Tyrant Phee / Tyrant Goddess Phee

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"To think that these inferior monkeys could summon a god... What a terrible sign of the times."
Phee, uncomfortable with the prospects of having to work with a human.

Long before the gods attacked humanity, Phee was already advocating exterminating them, disgusting her superiors enough to send her and her younger sister Nalmika to a lengthy prison sentence. However, when they did choose to attack, they freed the sisters to do their bidding, and upon seeing humans fighting each other even as they are fighting the gods, Phee's disdain for humanity grew, leading her to, together with Nalmika, wreak havoc throughout Agni, coming face-to-face with its elite swordswoman Lava. However, Phee failed to defeat her, having decided to apparently sacrifice herself to empower her old rival/friend Vargas, then came back stronger.


Nalmika / Ivy Nalmika / Ivy Goddess Nalmika

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"In order to purify this land with my sister one more time, I now answer to the human summoners..."
Nalmika, compromising her values.

Phee's younger sister who look forward to destroying humanity with carnivorous plants. Like Phee, Nalmika was also imprisoned for her dangerous mindset, but was also freed once the gods decided to wage war on humanity in exchange for the sisters' aid. In battle she ravaged human structures while she helped regenerate various flora endangered by human activity. When she turned her sights to Atharva she was too much for Emilia, one of its most esteemed generals, only to be forced to flee after Eze came to the latter's rescue.


Uda / Crusher Uda / Crusher God Uda

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"This is... Oh, I get it now. Looks like the war above ground hasn't ended yet."
Uda, sensing another opportunity to spread havoc.

Once a greater god, Uda fell from grace after killing a few lesser gods for slandering their own followers. When the gods attacked, he was freed to lend a hand. Once in battle he became known for leading many a massacre, but also mysteriously agrees to duels with any human he deems worthy of challenging him one-on-one. In Sama he tried taking on pirate-turned-naval admiral Mega, only for somebody else to kill him instead, and he becomes the target of the wrath of Mega's rival, Stya.


Zellha / Ruin Zellha / Ruin Goddess Zellha / Tortorous Grief Zellha

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"Wow, you were able to summon me! So that means...that you'll make all my dreams come true, right?"
Zellha, being an Entitled Bitch.

A goddess who enjoys deceiving others, including fellow gods such as Kajah. No one really knew what is running through her mind, though a few claim she only does it for the thrill of deceiving. One tryst with Bariuran magus Shida turned sour, however, when the latter revealed he was just using her to learn of her magic. Enraged, she sent lesser gods after him, only to fail. Finally she decided to take on the magus himself, only to be stopped by Kajah, still smarting over her trickery.


  • Area of Effect: Once Ruin Zellha has access to her Super Brave Burst, she can attack all enemies with it.
  • Berserk Button: For all the deceit she has done, she does not take it well when she was fooled herself.
  • BFS: Wields one in her Omni form.
  • Death Seeker: Possibly, with the names of her Brave Bursts together forming the sentence "Destroy me... Before I... Destroy you..."
  • Elemental Rivalry: With Kajah, the dark-elemental god whom she framed for crime he didn't commit.
  • Light 'em Up: Her element.
  • Light Is Not Good: Her appearances very much foreshadow this — whereas light units tend to have more angelic appearance, Zellha looks more or less like a dark unit.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Her lot in life seems to be tricking everyone, including fellow gods such as Kajah.
  • Out-Gambitted: By Grand Gaia's favorite Mad Scientist Shida, which led to her outrage.
  • Troll: Implied to be the very basis of her manipulative attitude.
  • Underboobs: On all her three forms, her upper dress leaves enough space to expose them.
  • Zettai Ryouiki: Scores a Grade A throughout the evolutionary line.

Kajah / Evil Kajah / Evil God Kajah / Shadow Retribution Kajah

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"Are you someone who longs for judgement? Doesn't matter who you are, you will be punished for your crimes!"
Kajah, berating the summoner for having the indiscretion of calling upon him.

Once a god unto whom was tasked the judgment of souls, Kajah's sternness disturbed even his fellow gods. His suspicious regarding Zellha's activities, however, turned out to be his undoing when the latter planted false evidence that he was biased in his judgments, leading him to be imprisoned. During the attack of the gods, he requested a lesser goddess to monitor Zellha's activities, and when he was later released in exchange for his aid in destroying humanity, he took the opportunity to stop Zellha in her tracks before she causes even more destruction than he can stomach.


    Soldiers of Grand Gaia 
Rarity Range: 3-4
These units are outstanding soldiers of their respective countries, even though their strength is above-average at best. However, all of them have personal connections with Six Heroes and various other rare units. They are rare captures in regions from Mirvana onwards.

Goltovah / Flame King Goltovah

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"It is the famed genius Summoner from the empire, Goltovah! I will lend you my ingenuity!"
Goltovah, being carried away by his self-description.

Goltovah is the narcissistic, self-proclaimed genius strategist of Agni. While a competent mage, his addiction for flamboyant strategies and condescending attitude towards others made him widely disliked and rarely called upon, during which time he was given the ironic title "Undefeated Strategist", which he foolishly took on with pride. All that changed, however, when Atharvan strategist Weiss made a fool out of him, forcing him to leave Agni and rethink about what he really needed in life.


  • Comically Missing the Point: Goltovah took his peer's mockery as complements and got even more proud.
  • Does Not Understand Sarcasm: He thinks his title "Undefeated Magician" was a complement.
  • Insufferable Genius: Subverted. Goltovah's perfect victory came from winning the few battles he's allowed to partake in. He's still full of himself, though.
  • Kamehamehadoken: His attacking animations.
  • Narcissist: At first.
  • Nice Hat: A point wizard-style.
  • Playing with Fire: His element in battle. If he uses his Brave Burst, this also applies to the rest of his team.
  • Pride: The vice he used to have.
  • Pride Before a Fall: It took a humiliating defeat from Weiss to wake him up.
  • Small Name, Big Ego: He always thought of himself as a brilliant strategist when it reality, he was only in a battlefield a few times, most likely when they are easy for him to handle.

Jaegar / Ice King Jaegar

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"I'm Jaegar, it's a pleasure. By the way, how many women are in your corps?"
Jaegar, being a lecher.

A trusted general of Sama, Jaegar was born to a generation that was more amicable to the Savat nomads than ever before, and thus was a good friend to Selena, herself a Savat. Despite his reputation as an effeminate womanizer, his passion for serving Sama is well-known. During the war of the gods he volunteered to defend Savat lands, and rumors arose that he was in love with Selena.


Ristrall / Phantom Ristrall

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"Summoner... If I have to serve humans again, there must be a pretty good reason."
Ristall, wondering about his new master.

The elven bodyguard to a deceased duke of Vriksha. Although generally distrustful of humans, Ristrall nevertheless offers his services to the Principality as his way of repaying a favor to the late duke. As an elite warrior he wields a spear with lightning-quick reflexes, earning him the title "Phantom". During the war of the gods he chose to stay in Vriksha as per Lemenara's wishes, and fought side-by-side with Leore, a human who grew up raised by elves.


Raiden / Slicing Bolt Raiden

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"Gahaha! Even children dare not cry in front of me! Raiden, of the slicing thunder, that's me!"
Raiden, giving off his best tough-guy impression.

Leader of a bandit clan haunting Atharva, Raiden was notorious for his intimidating appearance, though it is said that he emphasized striking fear into the hearts of Atharvans than actually making a profit out of pillaging. Nevertheless, he is so powerful a fighter it took the combined efforts of Falma and Grafl to finally bring him to justice. During the war of the gods, however, he was released in exchange for lending his services, during which time he formed a rivalry with Eze.


  • Boxed Crook: During the war of the gods he was given the chance to make good use of his skills in the war.
  • The Dreaded: His name is used to put naughty kids in their proper place, and it is said that come sundown none dares go outside lest they risk meeting him.
  • Mask of Power: Wears one as the Slicing Bolt.
  • Shock and Awe: His element.
  • Unknown Rival: Apparently, when they finally met for the first time, Eze didn't even know his name.

Mila / Twinkling Flash Mila

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"Ahhh! That hurt! Oh, wonderful Summoner...I'll become your ally!"
Mila, noticing the Summoner for the first time.

Born of noble blood, Mila was inspired to take up swordsmanship after being saved by Atro from a thief. She was disheartened, however, to learn that Atro was actually an independent warrior. During this time Will, leader of the La Veda army, indirectly inspired her to take up archery instead, which she mastered within only a year.


Bahvel / Black Emperor Bahvel

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"I am Bahvel, a knight of Bariura. I may still be inexperienced as a knight, but I'll carry out every one of your commands. That's a promise."
Bahvel, introducing himself to the Summoner.

Despite his impressive talents and the speed with which he climbed up Bariura's military hierarchy, Bahvel's lack of social skills make him a virtual pariah to everyone but Magress, his only friend. When the latter's father got killed, however, blame was pinned on Bahvel, who got a hideous scar on his face while trying to calm down his friend. During the war of the gods, he continued working with Magress from the shadows.


  • BFS: His weapon of choice.
  • Black Knight: His motif.
  • Breakout Character: Not to the same extent as Shida and Zephyr, but it's there. At first, he was a surprisingly popular mob unit, mostly because he's Magress' only friend. Then Magress' 7-Star lore has him sacrificed himself to protect Magress. After this, whenever Magress appears in other media, Bahvel will either be mentioned or appear as well.
  • Casting a Shadow: His element.
  • Cultured Badass: Outside the battlefield Bahvel is surprisingly soft-spoken.
  • Expy: Of Judge Gabranth.
    • Also one to Basch, what with being framed for a murder and gained a scar on the face in the process.
  • Good Scars, Evil Scars: Gains a hideous one trying to calm down Magress, which is the reason he now wears a helmet as the Black Emperor.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He died protecting Magress from Narza's attack.
  • Mysterious Protector: Eventually teamed up with Eric to protect Magress from the shadows, as seen in Magress' Grand Gaia Chronicles.
  • No Social Skills: His greatest weakness.
  • Only Friend: Of Magress.
  • Taking the Bullet: Was revealed to be the unnamed fellow Bariuran knight who jumped in the way to save Magress from Narza's strikes alongside several others.
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