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  • Boring, but Practical: Nearly all shotguns favor one stat in exchange of all others being lackluster; those who manage to reach a balance between those (KS-23, SPAS-12, M1887 and M37) are the second best option, after those below.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: They are carrying shields to block off attacks. Those who can deploy a Deflector Shield (S.A.T.8) are considered top picks for shotguns.
  • Rare Random Drop: Available almost exclusively from Heavy Production, which costs lots and lots of resources per use to get anything even remotely useful. The only exceptions are when they're available from events as a giveaway or limited-time map drop. Just to emphasize how rare shotgun T-Dolls are, they (and their class-exclusive equipment) all are at least 3★ in rarity.
  • Situational Sword: The SG class's effectiveness as Stone Walls goes out the window in battles against enemies that aren't some variety of HG, SMG, or AR. The level design of the later events and story missions shifts away from such enemy compositions, meaning that the whole class gets less and less time to shine the farther into the campaign players get.
  • Short-Range Shotgun: Enforced in a manner of speaking. Shotguns do not receive any sort of damage penalty for being further back from their target, and the bonus to firing range you get for having units in the front column applies to them just as well as any other type. However, the shape of their tile buffs requires them to stand in the front column so they can buff MGs in the rear - and conversely, MGs must be in the back column to buff shotguns in the front, so combining both weapon types requires you to place them as if this is the case to make the most out of their abilities.
  • Spread Shot: By default, their attacks hit three targets simultaneously. You can avert this by giving them slug shells, which restricts their attacks to a single target but gives extra damage in return. Certain SGs also possess the Firepower Focus SG skill, which allow their shots to hit up to five targets with higher damage.
  • Stone Wall: More so than the SMG-type T-Dolls, where they rely on armor and their HP stat to block enemy attacks.

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3★ (Rare)


Mossberg 500
Click to see appearance post-Digi-mind upgrade.
Click to see "Classroom Daydream" costume.
ID: No. 154
Artist: Kisetsu
Voiced by: Ruriko Aoki

  • Crutch Character: While a decent SG for new players and possessing a good 18% Damage tile buff, M500 gets outclassed very quickly into the late game, where her sub-par Armor and HP stats fail to keep her alive in the face of accurate, hard-hitting enemies. She also has questionably placed tiles, which forces her to be placed in a 2 SG echelon; itself sub-optimal for a number of reasons.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: Her carefree personality causes no shortage of headaches to the more stoic 590.


TsNIITochMash KS-23
ID: No. 158
Artist: 死盖
Voiced by: Hiromi Igarashi

  • Artistic License – Military: Somewhat: the KS-23 is in reality classified as a carbine by the Russians, a byproduct of it being made from cut-down ZSU-23-4 23mm anti-aircraft gun rifled barrels. On a more technical level, however, the KS-23 is absolutely a shotgun, just a rifled, large-caliber shotgun.
  • BFG: At 23 mm (6.27 US/UK gauge / 4 EU gauge), her weapon has the largest caliber out of all shotguns (or indeed, the entire cast). Fittingly, she also has the highest per-shot damage of all SGs. The real KS-23 is mostly used by Russian prison guards, because even the toughest Russian inmate can't shrug off such a blast.
  • Idiot Hair: Has a hidden strand beneath her hood that is revealed in her damaged CG.
  • In the Hood: Wears a camouflaged one, seemingly patterned after a shark or piranha.
  • Scary Teeth: Her teeth are pointy and triangular like those of a shark, which she displays with an ear-to-ear grin.


Click to see appearance post-Digi-mind upgrade.
Click to see "Cross the Milky Way" costume.
Click to see "Untouchable Moonlit Lover" costume.
ID: No. 159
Artist: Bison仓鼠
Voiced by: Rui Kariya

  • Ojou Ringlets: Her hairdo is styled with a couple of these, albeit draped behind and hidden by her head most of the time.
  • Rules Lawyer: She demands that a very well-defined set of rules and conditions be set before work is done, and expects due compensation for her services.


Winchester Model 1897
Click to see appearance post-Digi-mind upgrade.
Click to see "Electronic Witch" costume.
Click to see "Blue Sky Patroller" costume.
ID: No. 152
Artist: 小迪
Voiced by: Makoto Koichi

  • Achievements in Ignorance: In her Neural Upgrade story, M1897 receives a message from a domestic cleaning center, claiming she is needed in a factory to "clean up" some "dirty things". Only it's not meant for her; the message is actually a code meant for M1887, who is to provide backup for an undercover police officer in a sting operation. Not only does M1897 fail to recognize the arms deal as, well, an arms deal the whole time, she actually takes out both gangs involved and the military robot being sold.
  • Improbable Weapon User: She uses cleaning supplies to neutralize gangsters in her Neural Upgrade stories.
  • Master of None: Her MOD 2 second skill puts her squarely into this trope. She gains a flechette round every time someone on her squad reloads, prioritizing the use of flechette rounds first over her normal rounds. They also have no rate of fire cap, making for some impressive displays of More Dakka, as seen here. However, it takes a while to get access to them, and SG and MG T-Dolls having to reload usually means bad things unless the enemy has a similar squad composition. The game also enforces Diminishing Returns for Balance on this skill, doing less damage for each consecutive flechette shot that lands on the same enemy. Lastly, SG T-Dolls in general are designed for tanking rather than damage, so the flechette rounds are lost on M1897.
  • Meido: She dresses and acts the part, though with more emphasis on cleaning and less on other typical maid duties.
  • Neat Freak: M1897 is such a massive one that having a dirty rag stuffed in her mouth is enough to shut her down. Later on, the sight and smell of a military robot spraying fluids everywhere triggers an Unstoppable Rage reaction from her.
  • Visual Pun: Her weapon is nicknamed "Trench Sweeper", so of course she dresses like a maid with cleaning equipment.


NeoStead NS2000
Click to see "Hundred Flavours Curry Bunny" costume.
ID: No. 190
Artist: HIKARI
Voiced by: Karin Nanami


Crye Precision SIX12
ID: No. 278
Artist: 受兔
Voiced by: Nichika Oomori

  • Hidden Depths: She loves the sea, and says that she wishes to see it once the pollution has been removed. She also has a quirky way of showing friendliness towards others, which is by crouching at their feet.
  • The Quiet One: When she speaks, it's often no more than a few words and in a hushed tone. Contrary to that, she becomes chatty when she gets nervous.
  • Rules Lawyer: She obeys and respects the rules.


High Standard Model 10B
ID: No. 299
Artist: 狂気の君
Voiced by: Ibuki Kido

  • Family of Choice: She considers the Commander and her fellow T-Dolls as her family, often volunteering to take care of them. This quirk of hers was said to have been the result of the influence of a human, implied to be her previous employer, that she once met.
  • Nice Girl: She is extremely kind and considerate towards her friends, and even treats her co-workers as family (as mentioned above).


IWI Tavor TS12
ID: No.
Artist: menji
Voiced by: Maria Noda

4★ (Epochal)


Ithaca 37
Click to see "Summer Parader" costume.
ID: No. 153
Artist: Rain Lan
Voiced by: Emiri Katou

  • Impossibly-Low Neckline: Her dress is barely big enough to cover her breasts.
  • Ms. Fanservice: There is little to no reason why she doesn't properly wear her jacket. And then she gets a very skimpy bikini for her summer outfit.
  • Narcissist: Downplayed. Over half of her lines are praising her own beauty or saying how lucky you are for having her. Her Oath line, on the other hand, has her admit that she's been too self-centered to notice your feelings before now, and apologizing with the promise to make up to you for it.


Mossberg 590
Click to see "Snowy Nil" costume.
Click to see "After-school Pastime" costume.
ID: No. 155
Artist: Fangdan Runiu
Voiced by: Ruriko Aoki

  • Flipping the Bird: Her death animation has her flipping off her killers before she collapses.
  • Little Bit Beastly: Her alternate costumes all give her cat ears, presumably to match her sister Mossberg 500, who has had such ears from the beginning.
  • The Reliable One: Strict and focused on completing her tasks. In the Snowy Nil cafe story, she almost single-handedly ensured that the New Year celebration went smoothly.
  • The Stoic: She speak in a serious manner and doesn't change her tone more than necessary. Subverted in her chibi sprites, where she shows more emotion.
  • Underground Monkey: The Mossberg 590 is literally a tweaked Mossberg 500 with a redesigned magazine tube.

    Type 97 Shotgun 

Hawk Type 97-1
Click to see appearance post-Digi-mind upgrade.
Click to see "Cunning Plan 97" costume.
ID: No. 161
Artist: 河马
Voiced by: Yuka Ootsubo

  • Gun Twirling: Twirls her shotgun on her index finger as part of her victory animation. How she does this with a weapon that's longer than her forearm is a mystery.
  • My Greatest Failure: Hawk used to be a high-performance security doll with excellent records, even foiling a robbery and capturing all of the perpetrators at one point. However, a hostage had her arm grazed by Hawk's shot during the incident, leading to her family suing Hawk's employers. In response, her employers regarded Hawk as "extremely dangerous" without any internal review and severely limited her combat capabilities, thus dooming her to uselessness had Griffin not scooped her up. The trauma of being unfairly punished caused her mind to loop the robbery over and over again during her Neural Upgrade.
  • Starter Mon: A lite case. She is the first SG T-Doll a player could obtain outside of event-only ones, being given for free upon using Heavy Construction for the first time. What makes her not quite fitting into the Starter Mon category is the fact that Heavy Construction itself is unlocked a good ways into the story, making her a mid-game unit.
  • Underground Monkey: The Hawk Type 97-1 is the stocked variant of the Hawk Type 97, itself a copy of the Remington 870.


Franchi SPAS-12
Click to see "The Fruits of Summer" costume.
Click to see "Marching Band" costume.
Click to see "Goblin Hunter" costume.
ID: No. 162
Artist: 洲蓭Terras
Voiced by: Kobori Miyuki

  • A Day in the Limelight: She's the focus of the Il Teatrino event alongside the Carcano sisters and SAT8.
  • Big Eater: She eats a whole damn lot more than other T-Dolls. Her married secretary line even has her begging you to eat just one more bag of chips.
  • Blood Knight: Seemingly turns into one when equipped with her "Goblin Hunter" costume. Her red eyes get a more sinister redesign, her skin is more pale, she gets an already-bloody axe bayonet attatched to her gun, and her victory animation is an Evil Laugh with Glowing Eyes of Doom.
  • Boring, but Practical: SPAS-12 has overall unimpressive stats, a quite "okay" skill and decent tile buffs. However, she is also one of the more balanced and well-rounded SGs out there, with few, if any, major disadvantages that would make her awkward to use.
  • Brilliant, but Lazy: Refer to Dumb Muscle and Hidden Depths for more details.
  • Do Not Call Me "Paul": The Commander calls her Sabrina in her summer Cafe story, apparently out of SPAS' own request.
  • Dumb Muscle: The Commander notes that SPAS is more suited for simple, rough work during her summer side-story. It's not that her digi-mind is lacking, but rather it's more because she doesn't like to think seriously.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: For the English version, which she has since been added to. A 5-Dummy-linked SPAS-12 is depicted in one of the original update screen 4-koma loooong before SG T-Dolls were even added to the game, much less herself.
  • Gameplay and Story Segregation: In her official portrait, she is equipped with shotgun speedloaders. However she doesn't make use of them in combat and instead reloads her shotgun one shell at a time. It should be noted that the real SPAS-12 is not compatible with this specific kind of speedloader due to the shape and design of the trigger guard (even if one could be fitted to a SPAS-12, it would preclude toggling the safety.
  • Hidden Depths: SPAS is a quick learner when she puts her mind into it. In preparation of the summer holiday, she trains herself how to surf with virtual simulations. She even modifies her old riot shield into a surfboard! She also holds up pretty well against AK-12 in a volleyball match, even though she didn't even know what a volleyball is several minutes before.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Between her big breasts, her thighhighs and skirt in her base outfit, and her beach bikini, SPAS certainly provides on the eyecandy front. This is despite her being slightly pudgier than her fellow T-Dolls.
  • Nominal Importance: She's one of the few T-Dolls who has a civilian name (Sabrina Franchi).
  • Real Women Have Curves: She is slightly more chunky than her fellow T-Dolls, which combined with her Weight Woe is a nod to complaints about the real SPAS-12's excessive bulk. Funnily enough, other T-Dolls with Big Eater tendencies (Galil and FNC) don't have the same reputation as well as slimmer builds.
  • Super-Strength: According to her illustrator, SPAS has enough strength to knock around armored vehicles. Within her summer costume story, she also spiked a volleyball hard enough to pop it.
  • Wearing a Flag on Your Head: "G.I.S." note  is emblazoned on her skirt and shield. Her "Marching Band" costume also resembles the formal uniform of the Carabinieri, complete with an il Tricolore sash.
  • Weight Woe: SPAS is extremely conscious of her weight. This is despite her being a robot who cannot gain mass through eating, never mind her snack addiction.
  • Whole Costume Reference: While the name and appearance of her "Goblin Hunter" costume bring to mind the Goblin Slayer, it was inspired by the Darkest Dungeon. A modified stress symbol can be seen in the costume's background emblazoned on a flag, while the Carabinieri's emblem is modified to resemble the torch icon painted onto her shield.


Serbu Super-Shorty
Click to see "Crossing in Labyrinth" costume.
Click to see "Bad Cop For Life" costume.
ID: No. 156
Artist: 废人
Voiced by: Ami Nanase

  • Day in the Limelight: Plays a large role in the VA-11 HALL-A event's campaign.
  • Dynamic Entry: Tries to do this in Madness Chapter by attempting to kick open a door, which horribly backfires on her.
  • Fair Cop: The cutie-version. She apparently considers it well.
    Super Shorty: "Alright, keep admiring my beautiful figures♪"
  • Mythology Gag: Since the Mossberg 500 is one of the weapons the real Super-Shorty is manufactured from, she considers the in-game Mossberg 500 to be her sister.
  • The Napoleon: In the VA-11 HALL-A event, she's portrayed as abrasive towards others, especially towards people making jabs about her height. This actually becomes a plot point later on - after she recovers from her Laser-Guided Amnesia, she finds out that her height is precisely the reason why she, along with IDW, were chosen to infiltrate the Sangvis Ferri-controlled Earth Computer base.
  • Token Mini-Moe: True to her name, she's the smallest of the shotguns. Her evasion stat is markedly higher than other SGs likely because of this.
    • Conversely, this makes her the most fragile of all shotguns, due to her equally-stunted Armor and HP stats, meaning she is absolutely miserable at doing the only job her whole weapon class was designed to do - tanking. This is lampshaded in the Madness Chapter, where her short height allows enemy fire to go right over her head and hit M14, who's standing behind her.

    USAS- 12 

Daewoo USAS-12
Click to see "VRAIN Power" costume.
ID: No. 189
Artist: 麻将
Voiced by: Kotomi Aihara

  • More Dakka: Her active ability instantly adds four more shells to her current magazine and increases her fire rate by up to 60% for 8 seconds, but with the catch of a longer reload afterwards.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Instant noodles, after being recommended by Saiga-12.


Benelli M1014
Click to see "Snow, Moon and Flowers" costume.
Click to see "Heartbeats Amongst Angels" costume.
ID: No. 165
Artist: DDAL
Voiced by: Risa Kubota

  • Unexpected Character: She is for the JP version's release of Heavy Production, as well as having a voice as well
  • Winged Humanoid: Her armor plates give her this appearance. One of her secretary lines even has her respond to the commander asking if she can fly with them. Considering her acrophobia, it's probably a good thing she can't. Her victory animation has her armor "wings" somehow retracting behind her hair.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She has acrophobia (fear of heights). One of her secretary lines specifically mentions her getting antsy in elevators when they go higher than 3.54 meters.


Winchester Liberator Mk. 2
ID: No. 283
Artist: 人造天使lili
Voiced by: Madoka Asahina

  • Glass Cannon: In a class full of Stone Walls she counts. Liberator possess middling armor stat and the worst HP value of all shotguns. In exchange, her skill allows her to effectively deal double damage throughout its duration.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Fried chickens.


Colt Defender Mark I
Click to see "Lily's Reverie" costume.
ID: No. 302
Artist: 小最软糖
Voiced by: Rie Murakawa

  • Amazonian Beauty: Her damage art show that she has a very well-defined musculature, with visible biceps and back muscles. She is also portrayed as a very beautiful and elegant Doll.
  • Glass Cannon: Even more so than Liberator. Her passive skill has her fire all eight barrels at once, dealing eight separate instances of damage that increases the closer her target is. As a consequence, she has bar none the lowest armor stat of all shotguns.
  • Hulking Out: The instability of her emotions module — also made worse when she is on the battlefield — means that she may fly off the handle at any given moment. At that point, fellow shotgun doll Liberator is the only person who can calm her down.
  • Ironic Name: Defender is, in fact, the worst out of all shotguns at defending other T-Dolls, as detailed under Glass Cannon above.
  • Muscles Are Meaningless: As you've no doubt noticed, her physique does little to bolster her survivability.
  • Shrinking Violet: Subverted. While Defender appears to be constantly nervous, it's not out of shyness. Rather, she's worried that her loose control over her emotional module will cause her to go berserk and attack everything in sight.

Valtro PM-5
ID: No. 325
Artist: 水刀巴
Voiced by: Sakura Tange


Heckler & Koch HK512
ID: No. 326
Artist: 鸦二
Voiced by: Miyuki Sato

  • Big Sister Worship: HK512 very much looks up to CAWS, who practically ignores her existence in return.
  • Dub Name Change: She's simply referred to as "512" on the EN server.


Benelli Supernova
ID: No. 352
Artist: AC130
Voiced by: Miyu Takagi


Techno Arms MAG-7
ID: No. 353
Artist: 油库狸
Voiced by: Ayasa Itō


ID: No. 368
Artist: 原子Dan
Voiced by: Rinko Shirosaki

5★ (Legendary)


Kel-Tec KSG-12
ID: No. 157
Artist: neco
Voiced by: Shizuka Itō

  • Advertised Extra: Despite being featured in Artic Warfare's promo, KSG does not appear in the event's storyline.
  • In the Hood: Her outfit is a black hoodie with some red and white decals.
  • The Rival: RFB considers her as a rival. KSG simply ignores her for the most part.
  • Stone Wall: KSG possesses the highest armor out of any shotgun, allowing her to take full advantage of her tanking capabilities, whether she's working as the only shotgun or in tandem with another shotgun.


Winchester Model 1887
Click to see "Law of Exorcism" costume.
ID: No. 151
Voiced by: Hitomi Nabatame

  • The Cracker: According to her interactions with Task Force 404 in Arctic Warfare, she's an experimental T-Doll constructed with a state-of-the-art electronic warfare module that allows her to hack into Sangvis networks incognito. She also has the added benefit of immunity to the Parapluie virus.
  • Firing One-Handed: As another reference to Terminator 2: Judgment Day. She even flip-cocks it, much like what the T-800 did.
  • Hard Light: Her damaged artwork implies that her clothes are made in this sort of manner.
  • Leotard of Power: Wears a black leather one that don't even properly cover her backside.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: M1887 is the only "Nuke" or "Bamboo" SG to datenote , with a burst single-target skill instead of bolstering gimmicks for defense or damage output. And unlike most of her fellow "Bamboos", M1887's skill is capable of stupendous amounts of damage due to the contribution of every linked Dummy, instead of just the primary unit.
  • Shout-Out: As mentioned, her skill and fire animation are shoutouts to Terminator 2: Judgment Day, but it's also obliquely referenced in her post-OATH secretary line:
    "Did you see that movie last night? The imagination of people of the just looks ridiculous now, doesn't it?"
  • Temporary Online Content: She is currently not craftable in any manner. Players could obtain her for free upon clearing the first chapter of Operation: Arctic Warfare, or through random drops in Singularity, or from random drops from other events, but they're out of luck otherwise.


Izhmash Saiga-12K
Click to see "Crimson Cruise" costume.
Click to see "Daylight Judge" costume.
Click to see "Hundred Flowers Visitor" costume.
ID: No. 160
Artist: 防弹乳牛
Voiced by: Hisako Kanemoto

  • Ambiguously Brown: Her skin is unusually dark for a Russian T-Doll. It's unclear if she was designed with a specific ethnicity in mind.
  • Neat Freak: Saiga is obsessed with cleanliness. Several of her lines reference bathing or cleaning in general, while others has her complaining about being dirty.


Click to see "Plum Blossom Seal" costume.
Click to see "Pumpkin Bunches" costume.
Click to see "Maiden's Cryptic Message" costume.
ID: No. 188
Artist: NIN
Voiced by: Azumi Asakura

  • A Day in the Limelight: She's the focus of the Il Teatrino event alongside the Carcano sisters and SPAS-12.
  • Animal Motifs: Lions. Her color scheme, fangs and hair evoke a lion's skin, fangs and mane, as well as the FABARM logo.
  • Big Eater: Implied. One piece of furniture allows certain dolls to sing a song. SAT 8 sings about Italian cuisine.
  • Deflector Shield: Alongside Remington M870 and fellow FABARM unit FP-6, S.A.T.8 is one of a very small handful of SG capable of this. Her active skill projects a 35HP Shield, calculated after her Armor, onto all units at the front row that protects them for up to 5 seconds, allowing them to avoid taking damage long enough to fire off their own abilities.
  • Hidden Buxom: Her damaged artwork shows she's rather curvy under her tight outfit.
  • Messy Hair: Her hair looks like she woke up on the wrong side of the bed and won the fight against a comb. Fans quickly noted the resemblance to Gambier Bay in terms of fluff.
  • Stone Wall: A given, owing to her nature as a SG, though what really drives the point home is her Theory of Fortification skill that projects a fast-acting Deflector Shield onto every unit at the front row, herself included. Furthermore, the Shield inherits her Armor value which gives it incredible durability, and its short initial cooldown all but guarantees that the enemy will be wiped out before anyone can start taking damage. She also has the highest effective HP for an obtainable T-Doll in the game, period, and the second highest Armor value, after KSG-12. All put together, this makes her pretty much the premier tank in the game and a massive priority target for things like events where a choice of a free 5* is given out. Her damage, however, isn't stellar, even for an SG, but her tile buff does a good job of making her twinned MG a killer in return.
  • Wearing a Flag on Your Head: Well, neck and flags, in this case. The collar of her shirt is decorated with a ribbon in the colors of the Italian flag and her general colors evoke the Vatican colors.
  • Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs?: Is mentioned in the designer notes as having worked in all kinds of part-time jobs as an A-doll, from selling crepes to being an animal breeder to a private nanny before joining G&K and being converted into a T-doll. Her outfit reflects this, being based on outfits worn by convenience store cashiers.


Military Police Systems AA-12
Click to see "Never Rising Sun" costume.
Click to see "Smokeless Lollipop" costume.
ID: No. 163
Artist: Silverwing
Voiced by: Mariko Honda

  • Camera Fiend: She acts like one during the Bounty Feast event. Granted, she didn't actually have a camera, but she used The Division's Photo Mode liberally, sometimes even in the middle of combat, much to the chagrin of Type 97, MP7 and Springfield. Even when her team's facing their imminent demise via A-91's cache of explosives, she takes the time to screenshot it because she thinks it'll be awesome.
  • Combat Pragmatist: She believes that physical violence is primitive and barbaric, while guns are a much more civil and efficient solution.
  • The Eeyore: A grumpy doll who often forces herself to do things she's not good at, and then inevitably fall into bouts of self-loathing.
  • Hikikomori: Implied. Her idea of a summer holiday at the beach is to sit all day while hiding behind an array of parasols. The only reason she went in the first place is because the Commander asked her to.
  • The Insomniac: She enjoys staying up late for Kalina's radio show, as evidenced by her heavy eye bags.
  • More Dakka: As befitting a fully-automatic shotgun, she has the highest fire rate of all SGs and can raise it even higher with her skill.
  • Mundane Utility: For her summer costume, Ameli helps her replace the shield plating in her rigging with parasols.
  • No Social Skills: Being a grouchy loner doesn't help her social skills at all. She has to rely on Kalina's late-night radio show for relationship advice. In her summer cafe story, she struggles to find the appropriate lines when talking to Ameli. Later on, AA-12's reaction to MP7 asking her for a swim is to straight-up shoot her.
  • Oral Fixation: She is shown holding a lollipop in her regular artwork and four in her damaged artwork. This is because she feels sick if she has not consumed sugar.
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Her unique equipment is a set of Frag-HE slugs, which detonate and deal damage in a radius upon impact.


Heckler & Koch FABARM FP-6
Click to see "Satellite of Love" costume.
ID: No. 164
Artist: nineo
Voiced by: Manami Numakura

  • Deflector Shield: Her ability, Lost Paradise, protects units in the same row as FP-6 with a damage-reducing shell. The Shield procs twice per activation, and applies randomly to any T-Doll within a vertical line to FP-6, either covering two units once, or a single target twice. It does not prevent shielded T-Dolls from taking damage, but rather reduces it by up to 80% for 10 seconds, while also buffing their damage output.
  • Oral Fixation: She carries around a half-eaten chocolate bar in her mouth.
  • Vigilante Man: According to her official character description, she punishes evil not in the name of justice, but simply because it violates her principles. This, of course, means that anyone caught in violation is guilty in her eyes. Her idea of punishment is forcing evildoers into a customized game, which is really for the sake of giving her a good laugh with snacks in hand.


Remington Model 870
Click to see "Pumpkin Fortification" costume.
ID: No. 229
Artist: 水熊
Voiced by: Sumire Morohoshi

  • Ain't Too Proud to Beg: She quickly drops down and grovel when she realizes she pushed ex-cop VSK-94 too far by being dirty.
  • Big Red Devil: She sports devil horns on her headgear and has a (seemingly mechanical) tail.
  • Confused Question Mark: Her Halloween costume features a pair of these above her head, as if she herself doesn't know why she's going into battle wearing a huge, cumbersome pumpkin suit.
  • Deflector Shield: Her ability gives her an immense boost to effective HP, granting her a personal shield that absorbs up to 1,000 points of damage for 6 seconds. The Shield's HP decays by 100 points every second, however it still leaves her with an effective 500 additional HP during its last leg, allowing her to tank tremendous punishment on her own.
  • Dirty Cop: Prior to joining Griffin, she was part of Unit 666 Highway Patrol a.k.a. the "Satan Hellway Patrol", a unit of rogue T-Dolls posing as policewomen.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She appeared in the EN and JP of VA-11 HALL-A crossover before her proper release on those servers.
  • Insane Troll Logic: According to her, being a cop means everything she does while doing her cop work is within the law. Including making up criminal offences on the spot or robbing people blind.
  • Jerkass: As a possible side-effect of her Dirty Cop schtick, she is ridiculously rude. Even her OATH line and post-OATH secretary quote is mean-spirited.
  • One-Handed Shotgun Pump: She cycles the action by pushing the fore-end against the tip of her shield.


Standard Manufacturing DP-12
Click to see "Echeveria Lantern" costume.
Click to see "Sanzu Lady General" costume.
ID: No. 282
Artist: Pandea work
Voiced by: Yuko Kaida

  • Absurdly Youthful Mother: She technically qualifies. She has a photo of KSVK and, as revealed in KSVK's Neural Upgrade story, adopted KSVK after her human caretakers were killed in a terrorist attack. What makes this a technicality is that KSVK was using a child looking body at the time, but as the default older looking version you get of her as a clear reward during the Isomer event shows, a Doll's physical age is purely aesthetic and nothing more. And no, Dolls - as androids - do not physically age or 'grow old'.
  • Action Mom: An adoptive mother to KSVK, but still.
  • Badass Bookworm: She reads books for a hobby, and has a preference for fairy and folk tales. She's also apparently writing one of her own, if her Oath line is anything to go by.
  • Criminal Doppelgänger: In her Neural Upgrade story, she is mistaken for Helen, a caretaker Doll who, ten years ago, kidnapped the young master of her owners, but escaped before she could be captured. Stechkin crashes when the person kidnapped admits that DP-12 isn't Helen. In truth, she was Helen, but the kidnapping was at the young master's request.
  • Fair Cop: She was a police T-Doll before joining G&K, and is a very attractive Doll to boot.
  • I Have Boobs, You Must Obey!: She is aware of her attractive figure, and actually uses it as leverage to sweet talk her way out of trouble when her pranks on people go south.
  • Motherly Side Plait: She wears her hair into a side braid. Downplayed in that she doesn't have the matching motherly demeanor, behaving more like a naughty big sister instead.
  • Ms. Fanservice: She has a very pretty face, the largest breasts out of any T-Doll in the game, and the rest of her figure is equally sexy as well. To add onto this, many of her costumes emphazise her exceptional body rather well and her Sanzu Lady General and Morning Fable costumes' damaged arts are very provocative. Her wedding and office skins follow the trend too.
  • The Caretaker: Played this role to KSVK after adopting her. She was rolled out as a caretaker Doll before either of her known security jobs.
  • They Call Him "Sword": Rare aversion. Her real name is Helena, and many people, KSVK included, refer to her as such. It's stated though that, according to G&K company policy, all T-Dolls in their employ, regardless if they were produced internally or retrofitted from outside civilian market A-Dolls by IOP, must take on the name of their imprinted weapons. Another example would be UMP9 who, as revealed in her own Neural Upgrade story, originally went by the name Reina.


Heckler & Koch CAWS
Click to see " 120 Winter Gifts" costume.
ID: No. 281
Artist: 废人
Voiced by: Rikako Aida

  • Aloof Big Sister: She is on the receiving end of Big Sister Worship by HK512. In return, CAWS barely acknowledges her existence.
  • The Cynic: She has no faith in Griffin's continued existence. Given that Kryuger allowed himself to get arrested on false treason charges, Griffin has been taking fire from Sangvis Ferri, KCCO, Paradeus and the Isomer, and the PMC folded after most of the staff was killed in the attack on the S09 base by Carter's rebels, she may have a point.
  • Germanic Depressives: Easily one of the dourest Dolls aligned with Griffon.
  • Mythology Gag: She is apparently good friends with Tokarev, because both share the same artist.
  • Only in It for the Money: Money is a big motivator for her, even if she doesn't see a future in PMCs like Griffon & Kryuger. She'll work for her paycheck but she takes no pleasure in what she does.

    LTLX 7000 

Beretta LTLX 7000
ID: No. 323
Artist: AF_KURO
Voiced by: Rie Tanaka

  • Artistic License – Military: The real LTLX 7000 is a less-lethal weapon designed for riot control that fires rubber projectiles at low velocity so as to incapacitate and not kill, while the game treats it as a conventional shotgun. Therefore, the fact that the in-game T-Doll can actually deal damage at all with such a weapon against lightly-armored enemies and machinery is highly unrealistic.
  • Status-Buff Dispel: The active component of LTLX's skill has her fire a non-damaging shot that knocks back enemies and removes their buffs. Note that this includes shields among other things.

    M6 ASW 

Ithaca M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon
ID: No. 324
Artist: 鸦二
Voiced by: Miyuki Sato

  • Alpha Strike: The first shot M6 fires at every battle hits four times at the cost of forcing her to immediately reload.
  • Artistic License – Military: The M6 Aircrew Survival Weapon technically isn't even an actual shotgun. It's technical classification would be a "combination gun", with a .22 Hornet rifled barrel on top of a .410 bore one for a small-sized shotshell, so by definition, it's a rifle with a shotgun barrel. In fact, the official US Air Force designation of the M6 is "Rifle-Shotgun, Survival, Caliber .22/.410".
  • Stance System: Much like RPK-16 before her, M6 ASW switches to "RF Mode" when she runs out of ammunition, altering her statline to be closer to RFs (including giving her innate armor penetration) until the duration ends.


C-MORE M26 Modular Accessory Shotgun System
ID: No. 350
Voiced by: Ryōka Yuzuki

  • No-Sell: Her passive makes her immune to damage below 5 points.


Fostech Origin-12
ID: No. 351
Artist: 八号地球
Voiced by: Asami Shimoda


Franchi SPAS-15
ID: No. 366
Artist: u介
Voiced by: Chitose Morinaga


Pancor Jackhammer Mk3A1
ID: No. 367
Artist: NAMYO
Voiced by: Saho Shirasu

1★ (Extra)


Elphelt Valentine
Click to see "Magnum Wedding" costume.
Click to see "Automaton Annihilator" costume.
ID: No. 1002
Origin: Guilty Gear
Artist: ZAGALA
Voiced by: Aya Suzaki

  • Actually a Doombot: The "Automaton Annihilator" you confronted during the Rabbit Hunt event is actually a duplicate powered by the Dummy Link system. The real Elphelt is sealed in a capsule by Intruder and is clueless about her duplicate.
  • BFG: Carries one on her "Automaton Annihilator" costume version, also she brings this out when she triggers her skill.
  • Crosshair Aware: Her boss form paints a gigantic cross-shaped area-of-effect marker on and around her target as she readies her skill. Whomever is caught within these tiles will suffer massive damage when the shot lands, and sometimes even those who are not in the tiles should the player take too long to rearrange the echelon.
  • Guest Fighter: From Guilty Gear.
  • The Immodest Orgasm: Unlike her default and "Automaton Annihilator" skins, Elphelt's reaction upon being critically damaged while wearing "Magnum Wedding" is unusually erotic, so to speak.
  • Loophole Abuse: Players can exploit a loophole against her during her boss fight. Whereas normally, Elphelt would activate her skill twice, first at 50% health, then the second at 25% health. However, as with any boss that gets invincibility as a warning of impending skill use, the health gates can be bypassed with bamboos or any team that has the capability to burst her down from around the 50% HP mark (Hint: Hold off on skill activation until just before the 50% mark) before she even gets a chance to use her skill.
  • Love Freak: Her secretary line shows that she is obsessed with marriage, urging you to marry her. You can actually marry her using the OATH system.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Despite being ostensibly a SG T-Doll, activating Genoverse has her use a long rifle for her first attack, followed up by a rocket launcher. The effects of the skill seem to be a mix of passive MG burst damage and grenade AR.
  • Mythology Gag:
    • Her default appearance is Elphelt's default appearance as of Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-, post Face–Heel Turn.
    • Her "Magnum Wedding" outfit is taken directly from her first appearance in Guilty Gear Xrd -SIGN-.
    • Her skill is her Genoise Overdrive (although it's spelled Genoverse in this game, for some reason).
  • Stone Wall: As "Automaton Annihilator" boss, she wears a heavy armor that can shrug off most attacks, rendering them into Scratch Damage. The only effective ways to damage her at all would be to equip armor-piercing ammunition onto RFs, MGs and ARs, or otherwise use explosives.
  • Surprise Difficulty: She is this for the entire crossover event, which up to that point is a cake walk for most players with decently leveled teams. And then you reach the boss who seemingly "only" have a combat effectiveness rating of 8000 and expected a cakewalk, only to watch as she decimates your entire team with her skill that gives little to no time to move any units out of the way and deals tremendous damage in a large AOE. If you're unprepared to face her, expect even a team of max leveled character to be only able to get a B rank while fighting her.
  • There Is No Kill Like Overkill: Her skill "Genoverse" which first inflicts 8.0x to the target she locks onto before firing a nuke that deal Area of Effect damage. Her boss form utilizes this attack at 50% and 25% remaining HP, respectively, which gives her temporary invulnerability for the duration of the attack.
    • The only way to avoid being damaged by it is to spread out the echelon into an X-shaped formation before the she starts picking shots, and quickly retreating whomever she targets. Re-arranging formation after the crosshair appears is usually too late whether the target retreats or not, and damage from the shot is usually enough to shave off large chunks of health, or outright knock out weaker T-Dolls. Either scenario results in an A-grade victory or less, assuming you win, which awards no Seithr.
      • Retreating T-Dolls is unnecessary if she targets someone at the frontline with Deflector Shields, since the invulnerability period is usually enough to tank the shot. Alternatively, pelting her with high damage quickly enough can outright skip the major health gates (see Loophole Abuse above), allowing the echelon to take her down while she's vulnerable.
  • Unorthodox Reload: Instead of cramming shells into her huge weapon, Elphelt levitates and seemingly prays before lowering to the ground and begin shooting again.


Seele Vollerei
Click to see "Festival" costume.
ID: No. 1008
Artist: DOGALA
Voiced by: Mai Nakahara (Guns Girl - Honkai Gakuen)

  • Guest Fighter: From Guns Girl Honkai Gakuen.
  • Marth Debutedin Smash Bros: The character is technically from from Guns Girl - Honkai Gakuen (formerly known as Guns Girl - School Dayz), though most, if not all are more familiar with its "sequel", Honkai Impact 3rd.
  • Regional Bonus: She is obtainable as an Extra SG during the 2017 Girls' Frontline/Honkai Gakuen event, which as of current is exclusive to the Chinese version of the game.
  • Unorthodox Reload: Seele's Quantum Backtrack ability practically turns back time not unlike [1] from Overwatch, so that her magazines become instantly full again once she runs dry. How this does not make her "unfire" those same shells is never explained.


Dana Zane
Click to see "Red Comet" costume.
ID: No. 1022
Origin: VA-11 HALL-A
Artist: DOGALA
Voiced by:

  • Adaptation Deviation: Being the owner of VA-11 HALL-A, Dana doesn't order drinks in her home game, so she doesn't have a favourite beverage. Instead, the choice of Beer seems to be entirely conjecture, as it fits her Boisterous Bruiser nature best.
  • Amazonian Beauty: Not evident in her home game, but as shown by her Red Comet costume, she is quite ripped underneath her normal clothes, yet no less attractive because of it. Unsurprising given her background as a former wrestler.
  • Boisterous Bruiser: Dana loves a good fight, and as a result is one of a small handful of T-Dolls to not be bothered that much by Clothing Damage. If anything, her CGs show that getting critically hurt only seems to make her even more excited.
  • Emergency Transformation: At the end of the VA-11 HALL-A event, the real-world G&K manage to save the VA-11 HALL-A cast from their world's imminent destruction by extracting their data from 416's neural cloud before she woke up from her alchol-induced stupor. All of them got put into specially-manufactured T-Dolls resembling their former selves (aside from Anna, who got turned into a Fairy instead).
  • Doesn't Like Guns: Per her own admission to Jericho in Truth Or Dare, she's not a fan of using firearms.
  • Ground Pound: This is her skill, basically, which lets her crater a small area on the enemy side and deal damage to anything caught within. It's her only means of delivering AoE damage.
  • Guest Fighter: From VA-11 HALL-A.
  • Idiot Hair: In case you haven't noticed.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: Unlike other SGs, Dana only ever targets one enemy with her attacks, as if she's permanently equipped with Slugs. Technically, this makes sense, considering her method of attack is a goddamned Rocket Punch from her artificial hand, which in essence is just a massive metal slug. Actually equipping her with Slugs won't do her much help, however, since her skill damage doesn't stack with this ammo type, and calculates after her Armor instead.
  • Mythology Gag: Her victory animation has her getting her head stuck inside Sei's helmet.
  • Noodle Implement: Her damaged artwork has her holding a baguette while surrounded by flaming wreckage. The VA-11 HALL-A event reveals that she defeated Architect by knocking her out with a thrown baguette.
  • Official Couple: With Jill as of the end of VA-11 HALL-A, though this isn't touched upon during the crossover event and the Commander can Oath her if desired.
  • Optional Boss: A secret fight with Dana could be unlocked by defeating three special Doppelsoldners in E1-3, E1-6, and E1-8 respectively.
  • Rocket Punch: Her basic attack is this, with her shooting her mechanical hand (that doesn't actually detach from her wrist) at an enemy that then explodes.
  • Victory by Endurance: Her boss form in E3-1 Habanera has one solid million HP on top of 30 Armor, making it so that fighting her the conventional way is nothing short of suicide without the right team setup. The actual way to beat Dana in this stage is to bring Jill along in the echelon, and have her mix drinks ten times. Dana would then become plastered and forfeit the match. The problem is actually lasting that long, as Dana is no slouch herself.
  • You Have Researched Breathing: Like other VA-11 HALL-A units apart from Jill and Dorothy, Dana has to be equipping her mechanical arm in order to gain its bonuses, despite her already wearing it in her character CG and chibi sprites. This is especially silly in Dana's case because her hand is also her basic attack.

Click to see "Shadow Operations" costume.
ID: No. 1025
Artist: Duoyuanjun(多元菌)
Voiced by: Atsuko Enomoto

  • Bayonet Ya: Triela's unique equipment is a M1917 bayonet, and her skill's passive effect has her swiping at enemies closest to her with it instead of shooting them.
  • Underground Monkey: Gameplay-wise, she shares the same exact stats as M1897, only differing in skills. M1897's skill is a double damage shotgun blast with some knockback, while Triela's skill is a combination of a melee attack (see Bayonet Ya above) and damage/movement speed buff.


ID: 1034
Artist: 薯子imoko
Voiced by: Chiaki Omigawa

  • Advancing Boss of Doom: One level in the My Devil's Frontline event features her in this role, having a whopping 999,999 Combat Effectiveness and slowly creeping up on the player's Echelons as they search Jinbocho's local park for NZ75. The only way to get her to back off is by searching a cardboard box tent, which forces her to re-deploy elsewhere on the map.
  • Master of None: Her skill, Demon's Punch, is an odd mix of offensive and defensive utility that ultimately undermines her otherwise impressive firepower and HP. The passive portion gives her a deflector shield when she reloads, which isn't very useful if a battle doesn't take long enough to get to that point (read: almost all of them). Meanwhile, the active portion is a Percent Damage Attack that hits for 20% of her target's max HP, potentially dealing up to 50 times her basic attack damage... except she's a shotgun, and her T-Doll class isn't exactly known for their damage.
  • Our Minotaurs Are Different: She's a Cute Monster Girl version of a minotaur.
  • Skewed Priorities: In the cutscene leading up to her Advancing Boss of Doom level, Minos catches Ouroboros knocking out P90, naturally getting angry at her. Jashin tries to hold her back from fighting Ouroboros by pulling on her tail, causing some of her tail fur to fall out. Almost instantly, she turns her anger on Jashin instead, since an earlier chapter established that a minotaur's tail fur luster is Serious Business for their race. Minos ends up forgetting about Ouroboros as she chases Jashin to Jinbocho's park, starting her level.
  • Stone Wall: As of her release, she has the most HP of any T-Doll in the game at 1430 HP, just barely beating out S.A.T.8's 1410.
  • You Have Researched Breathing: Her unique equiment is the magic cowbell she's always seen wearing around her neck.


Saki Nikaidou
Click to see "Daybreak Biker" costume.
ID: 1041
Artist: 二花
Voiced by: Asami Tano

Alternative Title(s): Girls Frontline Six