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     Legendary Heroes 
There are twelve legendary heroes. They are featured prominently in the game's backstory, and they tend to have higher stats than other heroes.

Leon of Light

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The first legendary hero acquired in the game, Leon was one of six unique heroes who aided the Goddesses in their fight against the Apostles. The six heroes died during the war, but a prophecy stated that the heroes would be resurrected in the future.



  • Big Fancy Sword: Leon carries a huge sword on his back, and his passive ability drops a gigantic sword on the enemies' frontlines.
  • Bishounen: As noted by Sera. He even jokes that the power he inherited as the reincarnation of O'Ren was his pretty face (before admitting he actually doesn't know what power was bestowed on him).
  • Bling of War: Leon takes the Knight in Shining Armor to rather literal extremes, wearing lavish, gold-trimmed plate mail and wielding a sapphire-encrusted sword.
  • It's All About Me: Leon felt this way about being a hero until this belief nearly resulted in his death.
  • Knight in Shining Armor: He became this later in his career.
  • Noodle Incident: Not much is said about Leon's near-death experience other than that he almost died, endangered a lot of other people, deeply regrets it.
  • Past-Life Memories: Leon doesn't remember his life as O'Ren very clearly, but he experiences a very strong sense of deja vu and feels as though he's known the other Chronos heroes his entire life before he even meets them.
  • Public Domain Artifact: Leon's Soulbound Weapon is a gigantic golden sword named Excalibur, which boosts damage, armor penetration, and critical chance values.
  • Shining Goodness: Leon of Light literally radiates a divine, evil-banishing light when he enters battle.

Victor Rochefort

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A former fencing instructor, now a Tristan admiral, Rochefort is a laid-back, smug, and colorful character. He accompanies Roland of Honor on the latter's quest to track down the Black Sister, Melissa.



  • Badass Mustache: Rochefort has a musketeer mustache in the shape of a bow.
  • Chivalrous Pervert: Rochefort definitely qualifies as one. He stops in the Manacar Dungeon to admire a statue of a woman, and he teases Roland about the latter's crush on the Saintess Maria. However, Rochefort's heart belongs to one person, D'Artagnan of Iron Will.
  • Counter Attack: Rochefort is an avoidance tank whose playstyle involves blocking attacks and responding to each attack he blocks with a flurry of his own.
  • Eyepatch of Power: Rochefort wears an eyepatch to cover his missing left eye.
  • Hidden Depths: Rochefort acts laid-back, but he can be very serious when the situation calls for it.
  • Honor Before Reason: Discussed. Roland believes that Melissa is a criminal who should be brought to justice, but Rochefort believes she is innocent. He also lectures Roland not to let faith blind him to the truth, shaking Roland's composure.
  • Nice Hat: Rochefort wears a red musketeer hat with a feather.
  • Royal Rapier: Rochefort's Soulbound Weapon is a rapier called the Allegro Asai. It creates a personal damage shield when Rochefort counterattacks.
  • Straight Man and Wise Guy: Rochefort is the wise guy to Roland's straight man.
  • True Companions: Rochefort and Roland often annoy each other, but they find common ground on their journey. More specifically, they are both glad to have someone to watch the other's back.

Kriemhild of Oath

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A demon hunter, Kriemhild is experienced in combat. However, she was cursed by a demon to sleep forever. Her lover, Siegfried, saved her by taking her curse for himself. Kriemhild defended Siegfried from nearby demons until a Goddess made her an offer. The Goddess would help wake up Siegfried, and Kriemhild would help the former to save the world. Kriemhild decided to accept in order to help Siegfried.



  • An Axe to Grind: Kriemhild's Soulbound Weapon, the Balmung of Massacre, boosts Kriemhild's flame spouts and increases her attack speed.
  • Instant Awesome: Just Add Dragons!: Kriemhild's Soulbound Weapon also turns her last flame spout into a fiery dragon.
  • I Will Wait for You: When Siegfried took Kriemhild's curse, she vowed to stay by his side until he woke up.

Roland of Honor

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A former orphan, Roland became a paladin and the bodyguard to the Saintess Maria. He currently hunts the Black Sister, Melissa, and he is fully committed to his duty, which puts him at odds with Victor Rochefort.



  • Bodyguard Crush: Played straight, even though he keeps denying it. Rochefort even mentions that Roland reveres Maria like a Goddess.
  • Light 'em Up: Roland's Soulbound Weapon, the Spreading Light, uses light rays to stun opponents and deal magic damage.
  • The Paladin: Probably the most archetypal Paladin within the class.
  • Straight Man and Wise Guy: Roland is the straight man to Rochefort's wise guy.

Demon Archer Sigruna

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A member of the Silver Elf clan, Sigruna was born into the elves' lowest caste. She decided to join the King's Elite Guard to support her family. When demons attacked her clan, Sigruna shot them all down by herself, and a Goddess asked her to help save the world.



  • Demon Slaying: Recruited because of her legendary skill in slaying demons.
  • Forest Ranger: Silver Elves revere nature and consider trees sacred. Because of this, Sigruna is careful not to waste a single arrow, which earns her great respect within the Elite Guard
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: While Sigurna's flavor text claims that she's very conservative with her arrows and is careful not to waste a single one, her entire skillset revolves around shooting as many as possible and drowning foes in a Rain of Arrows.
  • Our Elves Are Better: Of the Wood Elf variety
  • Rags to Riches: Born into poverty and desperate to support her family, Sigruna joined the Elite Guard because it was the only way for an elf of her caste to climb the social latter.
  • Rain of Arrows: Sigruna's passive calls down a storm of arrows that deal magic damage.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Tree bark. As an elf from the lowest caste, Sigruna was only allowed to eat feasts of tree bark.

Demona the Red Lotus

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The former host of a demon, Demona gathered a community of demons and led them to a land of safety. She fights to defend her people from the Order of the Goddesses. She is a close friend of the Black Sister, Melissa.



  • All of the Other Reindeer: Even after being exorcised, most humans considered her evil. When the Goddesses started hunting demons after the War of the Apostles, she declared war on them.
  • Big Eater: She packs sweets for Melissa when they travel together.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Demona is a demon, but she is also a kind, insightful person.
  • Hades Shaded
  • Odd Friendship: With Melissa.
  • Our Demons Are Different: Demona was the host of a demon. When the demon was exorcised, it led to the birth of the first devil.
  • Playing with Fire: Attacks by throwing firey Thorns of Hell at the enemy.
  • Touched by Vorlons: Even after the demon was exorcised from her, Demona still retained its power, becoming the first devil.

D'Artagnan of Iron Will

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The heroine of the Western Country, D'Artagnan is a skilled sheriff who is popular throughout the land.



Night Witch Teresa

A former street dweller, Teresa became a soldier to escape the slums. She befriended Melissa, and she was enraged when she heard a rumor that Melissa was murdered by a demon. To hunt Melissa's killer, Teresa joined the Night Witches alongside Magical Girl Cano.

  • Deadpan Snarker: Teresa is often exasperated by Cano's upbeat personality and cheerfulness.
  • Elite Tweak: Teresa's Soulbound Weapon boosts her damage output by 100% when her SP is below 50 points. In other words, she does more damage WITHOUT a skill.
  • These Hands Have Killed: Teresa accidentally shot an outlaw with his own weapon in her youth, and she ran away out of fear.

Black Witch Dorothy

Dorothy is a witch with a passion for magic and a desire for knowledge. After mastering four elements of magic, she learned about forbidden dark magic and was cast out by her peers. A Goddess gave Dorothy a mission to use her powers to help others.

Magical Girl Cano

A famous pop-star, Cano uses the love of her fans to fire magic beams at enemies.

  • Beautiful All Along: Cano considered very ordinary looking until, as her as her 3-star flavor text states, "she accidentally tripped on her way to the off the stage and her glasses broke... Surprise! She was the most beautiful girl in the school!"
  • Genki Girl: Cano is very enthusiastic, in comparison to Teressa.
  • Magic Idol Singer: Obviously.
  • The Power of Love: Cano can channel the love of her fans to shoot magic lasers at enemies.
  • The Power of Rock: Cano's Soulbound Weapon is a microphone called the Grand Finale.

Savior Saintess Maria

Once an ordinary village girl, Maria became the fourth Saintess in recorded history. Lednas was formerly her bodyguard.



Black Sister Melissa

Originally an ordinary sister of the Order of the Goddesses, Melissa discovered the ability to use the power of the black spirit. After speaking with Demona the Red Lotus, the two decided to create the Black Order to combat the Order of the Goddesses' secret agenda.



  • Big Eater: Melissa enjoys sweets, as noted by Demona.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: As Rochefort notes, Melissa uses strange powers, but she does not abuse them.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Instead of using standard healing powers, Melissa can curse enemy healers to prevent healing.

     Warriors 
Warriors are frontline units with high defense, but low resistance. Most warriors specialize in bursting down enemies with physical damage.

Steel Knight Joan of Arc

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A girl who became a knight to avenge the death of her parents. She currently serves Emperor Alexander.



  • Jeanne d'Archétype: As the name would suggest.
  • Knight in Shining Armor
  • Parental Abandonment: The death of her parents is what triggered her decision to become a knight.
  • Stone Wall: Joan's passive skill redirects all the party's damage to herself while also making her briefly immune to physical damage every time she uses her block skill.
  • Sweet Polly Oliver: Originally disguised herself as a boy, as she knew the army was prejudiced against women even if it didn't actively ban them from military service. She was eventually exposed, but already so respected as a warrior by that time that nobody was really bothered by it.
  • Tranquil Fury: Joan earned the nickname Steel Knight due to her steely demeanor even in the heat of battle.

Shogun Susanno

An ordinary warrior, Susanno became a rather famous lord after killing a snake monster.

Absolute Devil Vivian

A member of the royal devil family, her father kicked her out of the house for being lazy. She started a war to blow off steam, and she somehow became the Absolute Devil in the process.

Monte Cristo

Created by Rapture Science and supported by the data of thousands of Mass Produced Montes, Monte Cristo was given a mission to destroy the android known as R-0.

Kaori the Undefeated

An international student from the Eastern Kingdom, Kaori became the head of the kendo club. Currently, she is looking for move people to join the kendo club. She is the sister of Hawk Eye Hikari.

Devil Slayer Abel

The prince of a throne, Abel's soul was stolen by his opponents, including his brother, Cain. He decided to dedicate his efforts to exterminating demons to track down Cain and his missing soul. An attempt to fight Cain ended poorly for both brothers, and Abel still pursues Cain to this day.

Tribal King Uzimant

Uzimant was one a young warrior from the Wolf Tribe who fell in love with the princess of the Frost Elves. They became married when Uzimant became the king of his clan, but the princess was murdered shortly after. Driven by rage, Uzimant declared war against the Frost Elves.

Captain B. Sworden

The son of a wealthy magistrate, Sworden's father abandoned his wife and son. After becoming a magistrate himself, Sworden swore not to become corrupt like his father.

Psychic Isabel

Ocean King Koxinga

Victoria of the Oath

Black Knight Lionel

Forest Witch Arita

Mad Jiansi Sien

Overlord Borgos of Darkness

Ghost King Bihyeongrang

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     Paladins 
Paladins are support units who defend allied heroes. They have high resistance, but low defense.

Thor of Severe Cold

Emperor Alexander

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Alexander was a man who vowed to cross the land and see the legendary sea. After many years of consolidating his power, he embarks on his expedition, only to find that the legendary sea wasn't all that legendary or awe-inspiring after all. However, he did manage to become emperor in the process.



War God Achilles

White Beard Drake

Vane the Dark Knight

True Devil Cain

Stanya the Annihilator

General Mundeok

Berserk-V

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V was created as a placement for R-0 when the latter disappeared. When her creators deemed her to be an unsuitable replacement, they instead reprogrammed her to track down her predecessor. However, V was severely damaged upon confronting R-0, provoking her into a state of violent rage. Now V relentlessly pursues R-0 in order to eliminate her, and nothing yet has managed to stop her.



  • A.I. Is a Crapshoot: Thanks to the damage she took in a confrontation with R-0, V is locked is permanently locked in a violent berserker state.
  • An Axe to Grind: Her Soulbound Weapon, the Beam Slicer, is a giant laser ax that Life Drains opponents for 40% of the damage it wields.
  • The Berserker: Just as the name suggests.
  • Cast From Hitpoints: V's Fury Mode greatly boosts her attack, block skills and movement at the expense of 10% of her HP per second.
  • Glass Cannon: While V hits hard and fast in Fury Mode, the state's HP depletion will take her down very quickly if she isn't supported with constant healing. Thankfully, her Soulbound Weapon completely negates this and turns her into a tanky Lightning Bruiser for as long as you can keep her in Fury Mode.
  • Life Drain: The Beam Slicer's primary power.
  • Lightning Bruiser: With her Soulbound weapon. Not only does it offset the health depletion with Life Drain, but the fully upgraded version also multiplies the damage of her V-slash tenfold. A fully upgraded and properly set up V can turn an entire level worth's of enemies into a bloody pulp in seconds, earning her the Fan Nickname "Blender".
  • Power Gives You Wings: Acquires a pair of mechanical wings when fully promoted.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning
  • Robot Girl: Built to replace R-0 when she went AWOL and, when her creators deemed her unsuitable, respecced to hunt R-0 down.
  • Square Race, Round Class: V is a literal mindless murder machine whose skillset is designed entirely to kill everything on the screen as fast as possible or die trying, making her exactly the opposite of what a Stone Wall Paladin is supposed to be.
  • Waif-Fu: V looks like a skinny teenage girl, but hits like a truck.

Hector of Steel

Athena the Saintess of the Battlefield

Siegfried the Dragon Paladin

Dullahan of the Apocalypse

Captain of the Gatcha Rangers

Frost Hammer Wolfgang

     Archers 
Archers are ranged units who specialize in attacking the back line. They have a balance between defense and resistance.

Bone Dragon Gon

Hanzo of Gale

Nobleman Robin Hood

R-0

Giparang of Full Moon

Hawk Eye Hikari

Frozen Phantom Niven

Femme Fatale Arona

Noble Magnus

Moonlight Chaser Atalante

Black Mamba

Principal Dancer Lee

Daughter of Hawk Rahima

Ghost Princess Viola

Luna Kaguya

     Hunters 
Hunters are ranged units who deal damage to front-line enemies. They have moderate defense and low resistance.

Cowgirl Maxi

Commander Spyro

Legendary Mercenary Viper

Evil Spirit Crow

A skilled monster hunter, Crow became infamous for his brutal methods. Even after he decided to use more humane methods, this reputation remained. Eventually, Crow decided to keep the bodies of dead monsters in a coffin that he carries on his shoulders. Now, everyone is completely terrified of Crow and his reputation.

Judge Vincent

Devil Bullet No. 9

Sentinel R

Super Mandy

Dark Slayer Wilhelm

Red Bullet Saiga

Armed Maid Tia

Cyborg Spiny

Detective Sherlock Dox

Seeker Lorelai

Navy Admiral Scarlet

AG 01-Neo

AG 02-Layla

AG 03-Mel

     Wizards 
Wizards are support units who can clear out groups of enemies with powerful magical attacks. To balance this, they also have low HP and defense, but high resistance.

Archon the Enlightened

Death Messenger Korin

Freezing Sasquatch

Night Goddess Lilith

Succubus Queen Rachel

Spade Queen Alice

Nazrune of Nature

Mondrian the Savant

Soul Magician Necron

Demeter in the Golden Wheat Field

Grand Inquisitor Uriel

Creator Benjamin

Notorious Phantom Thief Lupeow

Awakened Vesper

Mystic/Magical Dollmaker Violet

Yichui of Lunar Flower

     Priests 
Priests are support units who heal allies in battle.

Cat Master Mew

Nightingale of Light

Nine Tailed Fox Yeowoodong

Emergency Relief Nurspy

Woomparoom Woopa

Great Shaman Himiko

Mad Scientist Stein

Food Hunter Chai

Dara of Joy

Demon Destroyer Beatrice

Orfeo of Temptation

Aria of the Stars

Neth Army Officer Yuria

Vain Faust

Ambassador Seiren

Diving Guardian Noel

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     Goddesses 
There are currently eight goddesses in Crusaders Quest, each with a special ability that can be used in combat.

Sera

Prestina, Goddess of the Forest

Anut, Goddess of the Desert

Aubrey, Goddess of the Sea

Bella, Goddess of the Volcano

Dionne, Daughter of Cora

Chronos, Daughter of Cora

The White Goddess

     Villagers 
There are several characters that provide helpful in-game services to players.

Bridget, the Shopkeeper

Chocolat, the Baker

Hellad, the Wizard

Celine, the Researcher

Fergus, the Blacksmith

Pandora, the Librarian

     Champions 
Champions are special support units that can be unlocked by sending away an extra 6-star hero.

Kurenai

Remi

Galahad

Horseman Winchester

Franz

     Apostles 
The main villains of the game, the Apostles fought a war against the Goddesses, but they lost. Now, they are returning, and new heroes are needed to save the world from their presence.

Lord Soltar

Nemesis

Manacar

El Thalnos

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