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    In General 
  • Fish out of Water: The third-party Crossover characters aren't accustomed to the world of Orbis.
  • Guest Fighter: What these characters essentially are, since they come from third-party crossover events.
  • Mythology Gag: Crossover events usually reference something from the third-party IP's original media. For example:
    • The Guilty Gear Xrd collab's Tournament Mode has "Heaven or Hell" written in the background, the phrase used by the announcer when a match starts in the Fighting Game.
    • Several animations of the crossover characters from Guilty Gear Xrd are taken almost exactly like in their origin game, albeit some are sped up or shortened.
  • Permanently Missable Content: Once their events are over, you can no longer acquire more of them.
  • Temporary Online Content: They are only available when their collaboration event is running. Although, the events may have reruns, which was true for the Guilty Gear collab.

Guilty Gear


Sol Badguy
The Flame of Corruption
Voiced by: Joji Nakata
Rarity: 5★
Element: Fire
Class: Warrior
Zodiac Sign: Sagittarius

  • Badass Armfold: His default idle stance.
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: His skills are all about damage, damage, and more damage. Make no mistake, Sol is one of the most powerful Heroes you can freely get for clearing a lot of PvE content.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: As expected of Sol, he clearly never uses his full strength. Not that he needs to, and he wasn't even shown to use his Dragon-Install here.
  • Berserk Button: Unlike in his home series where he is yet to be shown to care for his own daughter, this Sol would gladly burn you violently if you even DARE to hurt Dizzy and may God help you for that.
  • Face of a Thug: People who encounter Sol the first time always note how intimidating he looks but is definitely a good guy. He sure as hell just doesn't like to show it.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: Still retained his usual gruff and rude exterior from his original series, but it is clearly shown that when push comes to shove, he will always do the right thing. Like when he said to Yuna that he normally would demand payment of a Million World Bounty Dollars when being asked for help but would gladly lend his aid for free as long as they can help him get back home to his original world. It is also shown that he is extremely protective of his daughter, Dizzy.
  • Mr. Fanservice: Very muscled, manly, and loves to wear clothes that completely shows off how incredibly ripped he is.
  • I Work Alone: Unsurprisingly. Just like in the original series, Sol prefers to work alone unless the situation demands it. His bonus skill when being put on Commissions is even named "Lone Wolf".
  • Papa Wolf: The first thing he did when he found out that Dizzy was kidnapped is to steamroll every enemy who gets in his way in order to rescue her.
  • Playing with Fire: All his skills use his powers over flame. His own Artifact is one of the best things to equip him with so that he can burn enemies and damage them further.
  • Rated M for Manly
  • Simple, yet Awesome: Sol's "Tyrant Rave ver. Beta" scales its damage proportional to the enemy's max HP, which makes him good at shredding bosses with huge amounts of HP.
  • Too Many Belts
  • Tsundere: A familial version towards his daughter, Dizzy. When he finally got to her, he scolded her for putting herself in danger very much like how a Dad would do to her little princess. It's obvious that he was worried about her but Dizzy saw through his gruff exterior and thanked him kindly, anyways. This prompts Sol to put on a genuine, caring smile and tell her that he will handle everything from here.

Vengeful Ronin
Voiced by: Mayumi Asano
Rarity: 5★
Element: Earth
Class: Thief
Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

  • Absolute Cleavage
  • Attack! Attack! Attack!: She's similar to Sol in that she's built to deal heavy damage and is a great choice for a lot of PvE content due to how much she can wreck havoc with the numerous amount of "Bleed" stacks she can easily rack up.
  • Eyepatch of Power
  • Handicapped Badass: She's missing her right arm and is blind in one eye due to both of them being compromised when she was just a kid, but is still powerful enough to wield her sword effectively and kick some ass.
  • Ronin: She's basically designed to be like this in her home series, being Japanese and all, and her personality matches, too.
  • She's Got Legs
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Loves a good sake drink.
  • Tomboy: Acts like a man and is probably even more manlier than Sol despite being a woman. She basically said in one conversation that she had already renounced her Gender.

Pure-Hearted Half-Gear
Voiced by: Kazue Fujita
Rarity: 5★
Element: Ice
Class: Mage
Zodiac Sign: Taurus

  • Absolute Cleavage: Not to the same extent as Elphelt, but it's still there.
  • Black Mage: Dizzy is currently the best de-buffer in the game, and is an extremely versatile Mage who can be built with attack-damaging equipments to further enhance her farming capabilities in PvE since all of her skills deal damage to all enemies. One of the best sets for her is the "Rage" Set since she can basically melt an entire enemy team easily if she manages to land all of her CC effects. And if you managed to put Elphelt on the same team of whom she has a great synergy with, both of them can really put on a world of hurt.
  • Cannot Spit It Out: If you speak to her in Camps, she says that she still doesn't know how to start a conversation with her own father, Sol. Knowing how intimidating her Daddy is, one can hardly blame her.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Like in the original series, she is still this despite already being Happily Married to Ky. Despite her Xrd re-design here with an added corset and hanging sleeves, she still basically retains her Stripperific leotard still shows some Absolute Cleavage.
  • Happily Married: To Ky, who is waiting for her back in her home world along with their son, Sin.
  • Hot Consort: She is the Queen of King Ky Kiske back in their home world, and definitely as hot as her husband who is a beautiful Bishounen.
  • Innocent Fanservice Girl
  • Nature Lover: Much like in her home series. When being put in the Lobby, she even has her loving squirrel companion on her shoulders. It is also the name of her bonus skill when being sent on Commissions.
  • Stripperiffic: Her leotard outfit that still completely shows off a lot of skin despite the Xrd re-design.


Elphelt Valentine
Voiced by: Aya Suzaki
Rarity: 5★
Element: Fire
Class: Ranger
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

  • All Love Is Unrequited: Unfortunately, much like her home series, people are still creeped out by her personality of always proposing marriage on sight and wants nothing to do with it. This doesn't stop her, though.
  • Animal Motifs: Rabbits. And it fits her personality, perfectly.
  • Anything That Moves: She'll propose to anyone. Weather they be females like herself, monsters, etc.
  • Boring, but Practical: She's not particularly more damaging like Sol and Baiken, but is highly valued for her devastating ability to easily break enemy defenses to make them more squishier. Her own Artifact is easily one of the best things to equip her with to further increase these chances. She has more debuffs at her disposal like making enemies unable to be buffed and a chance to make them sleep. Due to this, she has great synergy with Dizzy as a fellow debuffer as one of Elphelt's skills deal damage based on the amount of debuffs an enemy has.
  • Bowdlerise: Elphelt's third skill, "Magnum Wedding", has been censored in E7. The animation skips or speeds up some frames, leaving out the shot of Elphelt picking the bullet from her breasts (which she does in Guilty Gear Xrd).
  • Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: She might be a Genki Girl most of the time, but don't let that fool you. She IS still a Valentine like in her original series and that means, she can still woop your butt easily if she gets serious enough.
  • Absolute Cleavage: Oh, hell yes! Definitely one of the heavyweight contenders on this game that are already absolutely brimming with female characters with large breasts.
  • Genki Girl
  • Jack-of-All-Stats: Not more damaging as Sol and Baiken nor a great debuffer like Dizzy. She is well-balanced and can be fitted into many team comps, but shines extremely well with Dizzy on the team.
  • Jiggle Physics
  • Kicking Ass in All Her Finery: Wears a gorgeous white dress that covers all of her assets except for her chest, and she can still kick some ass.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Make no mistake, those breasts are huge! They bounce every time she moves. Despite wearing a dress that completely covers everything except in that area, it proves that she doesn't need to be wearing a Stripperific outfit like Dizzy to be considered hot. Oh, and there's also her personality quip of proposing marriage to everyone she comes across with, and she doesn't care if you're taken or not!
  • Really Gets Around: Somewhat downplayed. Her personality basically boils down to "Propose Marriage to everyone on sight and plan for the future ahead" but other characters are almost always creeped out by her directness.
  • Something About a Rose: She has a beautiful boquet of roses with her, every now and then.
  • Victoria's Secret Compartment: It's where she keeps her marriage certificate, and (atleast in her original series) the bullet she supposedly uses for her "Magnum Wedding" Skill,


    Kizuna Ai
Voiced by: Herself
Rarity: 4★
Class: Soul Weaver
Zodiac Sign: Cancer

A virtual broadcaster from Earth.

  • After the End: In her backstory as written in the Hero Journal, planet Earth was destroyed but she was found in a disc and was rebooted by Yuna.
  • Ascended Meme: Whenever she gets hit, Kizuna Ai shouts her infamous "Fakkyu" that has since turned into a meme from her Resident Evil 7 playthrough.
  • Finger Gun: Her basic attack; she zaps the enemy by "firing" a pink energy from her fingertip.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: The blink-and-you-miss-it moment where even the background shows a giant Kizuna Ai on the corner as she prepares to deliver her ultimate skill.
  • In-Joke: Ai-chan's third skill animation is a parody of Martial Artist Ken's ultimate move of punching the ground after falling from a great height, but she comically fails her pose followed by an awkward expression.
  • Plot Hole: Judging from Kizuna Ai's backstory in the Hero Journal alone, it was stated there that Earth had been destroyed but she was found by Yuna in a disc and was rebooted. How in the world did Yuna find a disc from a destroyed planet? Sadly, we'll never get the answer when there's no side story that came with the crossover event.


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