|Chapters and Routes|
- 1 Main Characters
- 2 Secondary Characters
- 3 NG+ Characters
- 4 Stat Cap Removal
Avaro / アヴァロ
Avaro is the game's protagonist. He is a traveling technomancer who takes on jobs that involve crafting, building, and analyzing landscapes to earn money and achieve his dream of owning a workshop. One of his jobs involves him doing repair work in some ruins in southwestern Infrus, where he is fated to meet a certain person who changes his world.
In combat, Avaro serves as a physical melee attacker and off-tank, using support skills such as Cheer, Battle Command, and Cover to aid other characters. However, while his HP, STR, and CON are decent, his combat capabilities fall off due to his poor AGL stat cap, the latter of which isn't lifted until well into a second playthrough. During the later stages of a first playthrough, he works reasonable well as a gatherer and scout due to his mobility skills, Dangersense, and durability. He is also generally useful since he costs nothing to deploy and is one of only two characters that can repair various structures for Faith.
After Avaro reaches level 60, he returns to his role of being a passable physical attacker and off-tank that can utilize Prevail to deal a bit of extra damage. He also gains some decent ranged capability through the Rocket Hammer in NG+, allowing him to train more easily. Furthermore, Avaro is more useful by this point because Command Points can get a little tight, especially if there's plans to use the costly NG+ characters.
Overall, Avaro is not particularly great, but his skills and lack of Command Point cost make him nearly mandatory to use.
- Avaro learns Drained Power at the beginning of Chapter 1.
- After reaching Goddess Rank 3 and building a Castle Gate, Avaro will unlearn Drained Power and learn Cheer.
- Avaro will learn Cover I after becoming the "captain."
- After the scene in Royal Village during Chapter 5, Avaro learns Great Cheer and Cover II.
- Avaro learns Battle Guidance and ☆Heavenly Strike at the end of Chapter 8 (A Route).
- After recruiting Forneus in NG+, Avaro learns Emperor's Cheer
Half Elf Technomancer
Flash Step I
Flash Step II,
|+10||+5||+2||+1||+1||+1||+18||Flash Step III,|
|Half Elf Technomancer|
Fia / フィア
Fia is the sole female lead and claims to be the Present Goddess of Bonds. When Avaro encounters her in the depths of the ruins he was working, he frees her from her manastone crystal. In return, she strikes a deal with him to help her accomplish her goal, making him her apostle to help start the process of recovering her power. Over the course of the game, Fia accumulates power in the form of Faith, which allows her to increase her rank and learn new skills.
Fia is a ranged attacker and healer, complementing Avaro to create a two-man team that works fairly well (though not necessarily by choice) through most of the early game. While her weapon of choice is the bow, Fia will begin to learn a few offensive magic abilities as she gains ranks that she'll have the INT stat to support. From that point onward she becomes a decent Holy and Void damage-oriented mage that uses Light Blast, Monster Capture, and Flurry to deal respectable damage. She can also continue to perform spot healing as needed.
This continues into subsequent playthroughs, especially since depending on the characters being used, healing may become less important. With Fia's Pajamas, Fia becomes an excellent ranged tank due to the Projectile Defense skill it provides along with inherent status and Instant Death immunity provided by her Divine racial traits.
Overall, Fia is an excellent character to use throughout the game with a cheap 4 Command Point cost.
Fia is also able to summon four elemental spirits called "Yuiki." They are as follows:
Karinyuiki - An earth spirit who is meant to serve as a tank with the ability to learn Prevail, Soul Shield, Magic Resist, and other useful defensive skills. However, he has low MOV that even Double Action can't remedy. He can do decent melee and magic damage through abilities such as Giant Earthman's Fist and Earth Crush, though with his low AGL he's almost guaranteed to be outsped.
Ranrinyuiki - A wind spirit who plays much like Fia due to her bow, offensive Thunder magic, and healing. She can quickly learn Cyclone, a costly 4-range spell that deals excellent damage. Since she has Drain and can eventually learn Projectile Defense, Ranrinyuiki is also good at tanking ranged attacks. She also gains access to Healing Gale M, making her a good summon to use for burst healing several party members at once. Finally, she is the first flying character that can be recruited, allowing her to reach areas that were previously inaccessible.
Rurinyuiki - A water spirit who excels at both physical and magical ranged attacks. He can deal a fair amount of damage thanks to Pierce but is somewhat slow and frail, making him good for hit and run attacks that involve summoning and dismissing him repeatedly.
Yourinyuiki - A fire spirit who excels at melee combat, though he has some ranged magic attacks too. He starts with Prevail, Flurry, Intimidate, and a decent health pool, which all help to support his role. Unfortunately, his MOV is lacking and can't be improved much.
Story skills (that don't involve Goddess Ranks):
- Fia learns Yuiki Capture after the Unbinding Staff is crafted.
- Fia learns Monster Capture after the Training Area is built.
- Fia learns ☆Heavenly Arts at the end of chapter 8 (A Route).
- After collecting 10 Black EU Cards in NG+, Fia learns Healing Noodles.
|+1||+2||+2||First Strike I|
Tribal Faith Girl
Love Warrior Goddess
|+1||+2||+1||+1||+4||+20||First Strike II,|
First Strike III,
Divine Bond Goddess
Mikeyu / ミケユ
Shortly after Chapter 2 starts, the party meets Mikeyu while doing routine business. Recognizing her potential for magic, she is quickly recruited into the party as the first true party member.
Mikeyu starts as a glass cannon mage boasting high INT and decent spells, but poor defenses, speed, and mobility. However, she quickly breaks out of this mold with the ability to engage in melee combat along with the defensive skills she gains upon promotion. Completing her side quest grants her the highly useful Drain I skill, which helps to provide some much-needed sustain. While she specializes in Ice magic, many of her Tome weapons can be upgraded to grant other elemental spells. She is also a decent user of the Succubus Shield due to the Void magic it grants since she's probably going to be so slow the AGL penalty won't matter much. Finally, her AoE skills are useful for progressing through a couple of story maps that feature untargetable enemies.
While her mobility remains painfully lacking in a second playthrough, she gains access to longer range spells that pack a serious punch and further help her sustain in combat. In addition, Mikeyu is one of the cheaper characters to deploy, meaning she is easy to fit into a team filled with high-cost characters.
Overall, Mikeyu is a decent character that one will likely appreciate having in the party after spending so much of the game using only two characters, but she may require a bit of nurturing (specifically, someone in front of her to tank hits) to reach her full potential.
- Mikeyu starts with the Unrefined skill, which is removed by building the Casting Center.
- Mikeyu learns ☆Twin Blizzard as part of an event in Chapter 2.
- Mikeyu learns Drain I after completing her quest in Chapter 4.
|+5||+3||+3||+3||+1||+1||+10||+1||Depth Charge I,|
Ice Shield I,
Snowman March M
Great Ice Magician
Depth Charge II,
Ice Shield II,
|+3||+2||+1||+14||+2||Depth Charge III,|
|LV90||愛されし大魔術師||+3||+2||+2||+20||+3||Ice Shield III,|
|Great Ice Magician||0||+2||+5||0||-4||0||0|
Ior / イオル
Ior who lives with Mikeyu as her companion, becomes available as a party member as part of the story that concludes Chapter 2.
She serves as a rogue-type character with high AGL, EVA, and offensive melee stats, but poor defenses otherwise. She also has 4 MOV, which is higher than any other character available at the point she joins, and she retains fairly high mobility between her increasing MOV and the acquisition of skills such as Swift. Finally, she will quickly learn how to unlock doors and chests, reducing the amount of potential obstacles that can get in her way. All of this makes makes her an excellent scout that is capable of taking on stray enemies she might run into throughout the game. Her defenses can also improved with good armor and accessories such as the Knight Medal, which do a lot to cover her glaring weakness.
On subsequent playthroughs, Ior continues to be a great character especially for scouting. Her lacking defenses become even less of a liability at this point mostly thanks to excellent armor and high evasion. The Cooking skill may also be useful at this point due to the higher HP she'll have. Finally, much like Mikeyu, Ior is fairly cheap to deploy, so while she might not be able to compare to NG+ characters similar to her that have far better stats and skills, she continues to be very useful. Overall, Ior is an excellent character who can hold her own from the moment she joins and her usefulness never seems to fall off.
- Ior learns ☆Twin Slaughter as part of an event in Chapter 2.
- Ior learns Ninja Expertise after the Bronze Key is crafted.
|Initial, LV12||Beastman Assassin||31||16||30||20||20||14||8||0||5||15||11||4||17||10||Evasive I,|
|LV15||Expert Hunter||+3||+3||+3||+1||+3||+1||+10||+2||Evasive II,|
|LV45||Bloodletter Chef||+3||+3||+3||+2||+1||+1||+3||+1||+12||+2||Vorpal Counter I|
|LV75||Ninja Princess||+3||+3||+1||+1||+1||+2||+1||+1||+14||+3||Vorpal Counter II,|
Kisnir Kaguri / キスニル・カグリ
Kisnir shows up near the beginning of the game, battling alongside Avaro when monsters risk endangering the operation they are involved in. She then makes appearances throughout the earlier stages of the game as a friendly face until she finally joins at the end of Chapter 3.
At the point she joins, Kisnir is quickly pushed into playing the role of a main tank despite her low defenses because no other options are available. However, unlike her Kamidori counterpart, Kisnir is capable of soaking a fair amount of damage instead of relying more on evasion thanks to the equipment she is capable of using. She remains a respectable, balanced fighter throughout the first playthrough thanks to her fair offensive stats and availability of stronger equipment to help improve her defenses.
In subsequent playthroughs, she remains fairly usable as a frontline fighter but needs to level up a little more than normal to uncap her stats and gain access to Double Action. However, she is less versatile and more expensive to deploy than Ior, who is capable of taking on a frontline fighter role at this point.
Overall, Kisnir is very useful when she initially joins the party and her balanced stats allow her to lead the charge during the first playthrough, but her usefulness falls off quite a bit during the second because of those same middling stats along with a lack of versatility.
- After Mikshuana's character events are completed, Kisnir learns ☆Swift Sword.
|Initial, LV18||Dragon Knight||44||25||36||15||15||22||10||0||5||19||9||3||29||12||Mind's Eye I,|
|LV20||Sword Teacher||+5||+3||+1||+3||+8||+3||First Strike I|
|LV35||Double Attack Knight||+5||+3||+5||+1||+2||+2||+3||+1||+10||+3||Mind's Eye II,|
|LV50||Heavenly Commander||+5||+3||+5||+2||+1||+1||+4||+12||+3||First Strike II,|
|LV65||Heavenly Knight||+5||+3||+5||+1||+2||+14||+4||Mind's Eye III,|
|LV80||Skanda Warrior||+5||+3||+5||+1||+1||+1||+2||+1||+16||+4||First Strike III,|
|Double Attack Knight||0||0||-4||+4||+2||0||0|
Diethelm / ディートヘルム
Diethelm is a technomancer who served as Avaro's mentor. He operates out of his mobile workshop and runs a store that adds new items to its stock as progress is made through the game. During the beginning of Chapter 4, he visits the fort and joins the party shortly after.
Diethelm excels at fighting from long range using slow, heavily damaging shots. He is also incredibly tanky due to his ability to wear Heavy Armor, making him a decent candidate for fighting in melee range using Fist-type weapons. He is also one of two characters to have the Technomancer skill, allowing him to repair structures that in turn award a fair amount of Faith. Unfortunately, his MOV is not that great despite immediate access to the Swift skill. He is also a little costly to deploy.
During subsequent playthroughs, Diethelm's weaknesses become even more apparent. His speed is too low to maintain a decent offense, his MOV stat is too poor to traverse maps, and his power isn't worth the cost to deploy him. The fact he has the Technomancer skill is largely why he might be considered usable, but it's possible to only use Avaro to fulfill any Technomancer needs by this point.
Overall, Diethelm is an okay character to use during a first playthrough as a tank and a long-ranged attacker who also can help to rebuild structures when needed. However, he rapidly becomes a weak character after due to generally being too slow.
|Initial, LV20||Waterbeast Boss||52||25||35||15||0||22||13||0||8||11||7||3||27||14||Technomancer,|
|LV25||Crossbow Expert||+5||+5||+2||+2||+1||+1||+6||+2||Focus I,|
|LV40||Skilled Sniper||+3||+3||+5||+1||+2||+1||+1||+8||+2||Focus II,|
|LV70||Heavenly Sniper||+3||+3||+5||+1||+12||+3||Double Action,|
|LV90||Beloved Sniper||+3||+3||+2||+20||+4||Pierce III|
Lishenzeri Lauroso / リシュエンツェーリ・ラウロソ
Lishenzeri is the ruler of the city-state of Lauroso and makes an appearance early on due to her interest in Guaracuna Fortress. This leads to her executing a plan to try to win favor with Avaro and Fia. She later joins the party at the conclusion of Chapter 4.
Lishenzeri is a tank who can soak high amounts of damage thanks to her good defensive stats and equipment proficiencies. While she cannot use normal shields, she can use Twin Shields that grant defensive bonuses of their own and her defenses can be further bolstered with heavy armor. Since her AGL is already so low, reducing it any further by wearing heavy equipment is not much of a problem. However, she also has a poor MOV stat which makes it hard for her to keep up with a mobile party and be the frontline tank she's supposed to be. This limits her usage to maps where movement is restricted or defensive play is recommended, which largely means she's a good character to deploy on defense maps.
However, maps in subsequent playthroughs generally demand more mobility, meaning Lishenzeri will be further left in the dust due to how slowly her MOV stat improves. Access to better equipment also means a dedicated tank is less useful since even Light Clothes can provide 20+ CON and/or RES.
Overall, Lishenzeri excels on maps where defending a specific area is advantageous, but her low mobility keeps her from being useful anywhere else without a lot of assistance.
|Initial, LV20||Lauroso Lord||70||22||28||10||-20||21||16||14||14||4||4||3||19||16||Iron Wall,|
Burst of Light M
|LV30||Iron Wall Princess||+5||+2||+2||+3||+7||+3||Burrow,|
|LV45||Holy Penance Knight||+5||+4||+4||+4||+4||+3||+1||+10||+3||Mythbuster,|
Soul Shield I,
Holy Atonement M
|LV60||Heavenly Protector||+5||+4||+13||+4||Double Action,|
|LV75||Fort Princess||+5||+5||+1||+3||+1||+3||+2||+16||+4||Prevail II,|
Soul Shield II,
|LV90||Beloved Shieldwarden||+10||+2||+2||+2||+20||+5||Prevail III,|
|LV99||Divine Shieldwarden||+20||+5||+3||+3||+3||+3||+4||+3||+1||+15||+6||Soul Shield III|
|Iron Wall Princess||0||+3||0||0||-3||+1||-2|
|Holy Penance Knight||0||+4||0||0||-3||+2||-2|
Katorit / カトリト
Katorit is a shy dragon girl who escapes a conflict among the dragons as they fight to decide the next ruler due to the untimely death of their previous ruler. She eventually meets with an acquaintance of Avaro's who happened to be on his way south towards Guaracuna Fortress. Upon reaching the fort, which will happen during Chapter 4, she will join the party.
Katorit starts at level 1 and is therefore much weaker than the enemies she'll be facing. Fortunately, she excels at ranged attacks, gains access to a unique accessory that improves her stats greatly, and her Hard Worker skill will help her level up incredibly fast. As she levels and events relating to her are completed, she will gain access to her Adult and Dragon forms, which increase her stats and grant her new skills, improving her flexibility in handling various situations. Katorit ultimately provides a good return on investing time raising her during the first playthrough, not to mention doing so is important for getting the best possible ending.
During subsequent playthroughs, Katorit's low stats in her normal form become problematic and the fact she needs to spend an extra turn changing forms, which also make her more costly to deploy, gives her a slow start that may keep her from excelling on maps where every move and attack may count. However, she is not terrible by any means since she can quickly grind to a high level and her low cost makes her a good option for consistent deployment.
Overall, Katorit is a good character if she is given the attention needed to raise her, but her usefulness in subsequent playthroughs is not as great.
- Katorit starts with the Timid Princess skill, which is removed by completing Katorit flag-related events.
- Katorit learns Ruler's Wisdom and Raifu Dragon after completing the event at Great Bank Grebel in Dragon Valley.
|Initial, LV1||Chased Dragon Girl||15||12||9||10||0||5||3||5||2||10||4||3||11||6||Flight,|
First Strike I
|LV30||Draconic Miko||+2||+6||+2||+1||+2||+1||+2||+1||+12||+1||Pierce I|
|LV45||True Dragon Princess||+3||+3||+2||+3||+2||+2||+14||+2||First Strike II,|
Dual Bolt Whirl
|LV60||Heavenly Raifu||+3||+3||+5||+1||+1||+2||+16||+2||Double Action,|
|LV75||Conqueror Dragon||+3||+1||+1||+2||+1||+18||+2||First Strike III,|
|True Dragon Princess||0||-2||+2||-3||+5||0||0|
Roseline Fran / ロズリーヌ・フラン
Roseline has the special ability to command the spirits of the dead, a fearsome power that she utilizes, somewhat unwillingly, to periodically antagonize the residents of Guaracuna Fortress. She finally takes on the role of being a major adversary in Chapter 5 but with the help of Avaro and Fia, she joins the party in their quest as the chapter concludes.
Roseline is a mage that specializes in dealing Dark and Void damage. She is also the first character capable of teleporting through walls, which allows her to reach previously inaccessible areas. This along with her initial 4 MOV gives her some scouting potential, though she is somewhat weak to physical attacks. Her summons help to cover this physical weakness and can also provide emergency healing through Spirit Possession along with other benefits that are mentioned below. While she is far from fantastic and a little costly to deploy, she provides some much-needed additional firepower during the first playthrough.
During subsequent playthroughs, her usefulness falls off greatly because she's almost entirely overshadowed by Valefor, who can also perform well as a Dark and Void damage mage who also excels in melee combat. Being able to teleport is also not quite as useful due to characters with high MOV stats as well as better equipment that can provide the skill.
Overall, Roseline is another character who performs reasonably well during the first playthrough, but ends up falling off significantly in usefulness afterward.
Due to her ability to command the dead, Roseline has access to two ghostly spirit summons with high physical defense but low magic defense. They are as follows:
Dancing Puppet - A melee combatant who is great at scouting the map due to his 4 MOV, Interdimensional, and the ability to search, mine, and pick locks.
Love Puppet Himer - A ranged combatant who excels at using Dark magic and can also provide some long-range spot healing.
|Initial, LV25||Spirit Controller||39||36||25||10||0||10||13||23||16||16||2||4||38||18||Unmatched Spirit,|
Tilwan's Hell M
|LV30||Dark World User||+5||+3||+3||+3||+2||+3||+8||+2||Anti-Poison,|
Magic Resist II
Tilwan's End M
|LV60||Heavenly Controller||+3||+2||+2||+3||+3||+1||+10||+3||Double Action,|
Magic Resist III,
|LV75||Dark Spirit Princess||+5||+3||+3||+3||+1||+3||+10||+3||Concentrate,|
|Dark World User||0||0||0||0||0||-4||+4|
|Dark Spirit Princess||0||0||0||0||0||-4||+6|
Adult Katorit / 思春期カトリト
As Katorit grows in power, she will quickly unlock the ability to take on a more adult form that improves her stats and grants her new skills at the expense of increased cost.
Adult Katorit is a ranged attacker that focuses on using Thunder magic while also providing unique utility in that she can teleport allies to other locations that are under the party's control. She can also use STR-based ranged attacks at an acceptable level thanks to her increased STR and the Flurry skill. She also gains increased MOV, allowing her to keep up with the party despite using a turn to transform. The relatively early accessibility of this form allows Katorit to become a more competent combatant immediately if experience farming is not the goal, which will help at later stages of the first playthrough, especially when high amounts of magic Thunder damage is needed.
In subsequent playthroughs, Adult Katorit occupies a slightly different niche. Because Transform costs a turn, and players gain access to other units with better stats and mobility, Adult Katorit is less useful as a front-line battler. However, her unique Transfer skill becomes even better once she gains Double Action at level 60. You can park her near a deployment square and warp two allies per turn to the front lines, accelerating map clears. Or you can farm items efficiently by warping an ally on turn 1, quickly getting the drop, and withdrawing. Finally, a few maps even require Transfer for a 100% clear.
Overall, Adult Katorit is a good form that provides great firepower in an initial playthrough and has some niche usability in subsequent playthroughs
- Adult Katorit adds modifiers to Katorit's stats and provides a new set of Skills.
Sword Flash I,
|LV30||Magic Resist I,|
|LV45||Sword Flash II,|
Magic Resist II
|LV75||Sword Flash III,|
Dragon Katorit / 成竜型カトリト
Note: Dragon Katorit also adds modifiers to Katorit's stats and provides a new set of Skills. She may become available earlier than level 25.
|Initial, LV25?||True Thunder Dragon||+30||+10||+20||+12||+10||+3||+3||+8||+2||+22||+21||Flight,|
Thunder Storm M
Raifu Tornado M
Thunder Burst M
Mikshuana / ミクシュアナ
Mikshuana is an angel strongly loyal to her nation of Marsterria. She was assigned to the area to investigate the local god Fiushia, which led her to talk with major leaders of the region. This in turn led her to investigate Guaracuna Fortress and she eventually confronts the party at the end of Chapter 6 with a number of revelations. After a disagreement regarding these revelations, conflict ensues but quickly ends in a compromise that involves Mikshuana joining the party.
Mikshuana is the last party member to join during the first playthrough and serves as a decent melee combatant that can fly. Being able to fly helps a lot in later stages of the game since maps will be much easier to traverse and her melee proficiency will allow her to engage in combat easily after flying over the many pits that litter these maps. She can later learn Light Blast, which despite her lacking INT helps her deal with ranged attackers
Mikshuana's usefulness falls off during subsequent playthroughs mostly because of her cost and inability to compete with other, better melee combatants. However, this is only until the Infinity Spear becomes available. This weapon greatly increases Mikshuana's viability because she becomes one of the only characters who can attack from extremely long range. Furthermore, this attack cannot be stopped by skills that seal the usage of other skills. The only drawback is the Infinity Spear deals Holy damage and there are a number of strong enemies resistant to that element, but the ability to fulfill the niche of attacking from up to 9 range cannot be ignored.
Overall, Mikshuana is a good character suited for deployment in later maps due to how beneficial Flight is to have on such maps, which in turn gives her flexibility in terms of the equipment she can use. In subsequent playthroughs, she become one of the few characters capable of attacking from long range, which allows her to provide excellent fire support in a wide variety of situations.
- After her character events are completed, Mikshuana learns ☆Swift Spear.
|Initial, LV28||6th Rank War Angel||70||42||37||15||0||25||16||17||17||20||12||4||20||20||Flight,|
Seien CON Aura,
Seien RES Aura,
Seien Hero Aura
|LV65||Heavenly War Angel||+3||+3||+1||+1||+14||+5||Double Action,|
|LV80||Heavenly Mediator||+3||+2||+1||+2||+2||+1||+1||+16||+5||Flash Step I,|
|LV90||Beloved Seien||+1||+3||+1||+18||+6||Flash Step II|
Flash Step III
|Heavenly War Angel||0||0||-3||+4||0||+4||-2|
Eushully-chan / エウシュリーちゃん
Eushully-chan (also known as White Eushully) comes to Guaracuna Fortress in Chapter 2 of NG+ if the Candy House is built. While she won't join the party immediately, she will allow the player to find Eushully Cards, or EU Cards. Once 10 White EU Cards have been collected, she will join the party.
Eushully-chan has generally excellent stats but comes at a bit of a Command Point cost to deploy. In addition to dealing respectable melee damage with her broom, she can fight using physical and magical ranged attacks. She also provides some support bonuses with Battle Command and a unique guardian-style ability in the form of Helping Maid, which is basically a weaker Cover, but for all other party members regardless of their location. Eushully-chan will also eventually learn Artillery, making her one of the few characters that can attack at 9 range.
Eushully-chan's defenses are especially noteworthy not only because of her high base stats and fantastic elemental resistances but because her starting armor, the Eushully Uniform, can be upgraded to have the Soul Shield III skill and also increases elemental resistances. She also has a heavy armor proficiency that she can make decent use of since her AGL is more than high enough to withstand the penalties typical of heavy armor. Finally, as a Divine being, she has immunity to status and Instant Death, which further improves her effectiveness as a tank.
Overall, Eushully-chan is a fantastic, somewhat costly character that will serve the player well for progressing through NG+.
|Initial, LV40||Wandering Maid Angel||92||48||48||20||0||36||23||32||20||28||18||5||60||34||Flight,|
|LV60||Heavenly Maid Angel||+5||+5||+5||+5||+3||+3||+3||+10||+4||Double Action,|
|LV75||Bomb Sweeping Angel||+10||+5||+5||+4||+4||+3||+2||+1||+10||+4||Concentrate,|
|LV90||Beloved Maid Angel||+15||+4||+5||+5||+5||+4||+3||+10||+4||Pierce III,|
|Wandering Maid Angel||+3||0||0||0||0||+2||+2|
|Heavenly Maid Angel||+3||0||0||0||0||+2||+2|
|Bomb Sweeping Angel||+3||+1||+1||+1||+1||+2||+2|
|Beloved Maid Angel||+3||+1||+1||+1||+1||+2||+2|
Forneus / 魔神フォルネウス
After visiting the Crimson Devil Door in the Frozen Wasteland and visiting the Devil's Vortex fort the first time, Forneus will lead an attack on the fort and upon her defeat, she will join the party.
Forneus is a strong, but costly character that joins with a high level and fair stats to match, especially when it comes to her health pool. She also has a strong Ice element attack and Double Action, both of which are especially helpful for progressing further into the Devil's Vortex before the time limit expires.
However, since she joins fairly late in a second playthrough, she won't be too helpful for many NG+ dungeons beyond that except the Door of Guidance and Whalejaw Cape, assuming they haven't been completed yet. Furthermore, many other well-trained characters will easily outperform her and there's no shortage of areas to farm EXP prior to recruiting Forneus. She also has a rather poor MOV stat that doesn't improve until max level, stunting her ability to keep up with faster characters.
Overall, Forneus does a good job fulfilling the narrow role of making Devil's Vortex more reasonable to complete, but depending on the player, she'll be unremarkable otherwise due to numerous flaws that make her unfavorable to deploy compared to other characters.
- Crafting Red Necklace teaches Forneus ☆Duo Blue Blaze.
|Initial, LV74||Water Marquis||172||62||55||0||20||46||38||34||28||56||20||4||80||44||Dive,|
|LV80||Executioner of Sin||+20||+5||+6||+3||+3||+2||+2||+10||+6||Vorpal Counter I,|
|LV90||Beloved Marquis||+30||+6||+3||+3||+2||+2||+10||+6||Vorpal Counter II,|
|LV99||Divine Marquis||+50||+10||+6||+3||+3||+2||+3||+1||+6||Vorpal Counter III,|
|Executioner of Sin||+1||-1||+2||+1||+1||0||0|
Belial / 魔神ベリアル
Belial serves as a major villain in a NG+ playthrough found within the Crimson Devil Door in the Frozen Wasteland. Doing so will cause the Devil's Vortex to appear where she will await at the end. Once the area is completely cleared, she will join the party.
While she has good stats that outpace Forneus, especially in regards to her MOV, her usefulness is even more limited because there is not much endgame content available after the Devil's Vortex aside from the aforementioned Door of Guidance and Whalejaw Cape if, once again, they haven't been completed yet. She is also quite costly to deploy, making it hard to use her especially if other NG+ characters are in use. Finally, her starting level is by far the highest, meaning she has the least potential for good growth using the Marwen's Necklace accessory.
To further put Belial's unusability into perspective, Asmodeus, her counterpart in Kamidori, has none of these issues since reincarnation allows her to level endlessly and there's more endgame content available for her to be used in such as the remainder of Yuidora Mines and the various level 90 dungeons that demand characters with high elemental resistances, which she has.
- Crafting Red Necklace teaches Belial ☆Duo Frostflame.
|Initial, LV80||Hell Ambassador||248||80||68||20||0||52||34||56||42||40||24||5||90||50||Double Action,|
Flame Bloom M
|LV90||Flame Prison Devil||+10||+4||+4||+3||+3||+6||+5||+3||+1||+10||+7||Intimidate I,|
|LV95||Beloved Lord of Hell||+15||+1||+6||+5||+3||+3||+6||+5||+3||+3||+7||Intimidate II,|
|LV99||Divine Lord of Hell||+30||+7||+5||+3||+3||+6||+5||+3||+5||+7||+7||Intimidate III,|
|Flame Prison Devil||+1||+1||-1||+2||+1||0||0|
|Beloved Lord of Hell||+1||+1||-1||+2||+1||0||0|
|Divine Lord of Hell||+1||+1||-1||+2||+1||0||0|
Lily / リリィ
Lily from Himegari Dungeon Meister makes a return appearance in this game during NG+ if Append 1 is installed. Unlike in Kamidori, she does not just show up as a clone unit but comes with her own story involving the child form version of her. This story involves her being sent far away from home and meeting up with Valefor. Eventually, in Chapter 3, the pair come upon Guaracuna Fortress and meet the party. After a confrontation, she joins the party to help out and find her way home.
Lily, much like her Kamidori incarnation, starts at level 1 and has proficiency with many weapon types. However, she is not a frail character that needs to be carefully nurtured into an engine of destruction because of this game's equipment system. In fact, Lily starts with decent equipment that greatly improves her combat stats, allowing her to hold her own from the moment she joins the party. In addition, since the player is guaranteed to receive Marwen's Necklace after completing a first playthrough, it can be used to help Lily's stats grow faster and turn her into a powerhouse that, depending on the weapon in use, can be an excellent attacker of all kinds that can sustain well with Drain.
Lily is also fairly versatile with passive offensive skills that can be mixed to gain an advantage in many situations and every mobility skill. However, she learns Double Action late at level 75, has a slightly low 5 MOV after all promotions, and her Command Point cost ramps up after her final two promotions. Overall, Lily is a great character that can be leveled up without much issue right from the moment she joins with the potential to become one of the best characters.
- After completing the Distorted Forest maps, an event will show up that teaches Lily ☆Twin Darkblast.
|Initial, LV1||Stray Familiar||18||12||20||10||10||8||5||9||6||9||5||3||19||5||Flight,|
Valefor / ヴァレフォル
Hailing from Battle Goddess Memoria (Tenbin no La DEA. ~Ikusa Megami MEMORIA~), Valefor is available in NG+ if Append 1 is installed. She was traveling around when she met with Lily, who was lost due to an unforeseen circumstance. They eventually come upon Guaracuna Fortress in Chapter 3 and meet with the party. After a confrontation, she joins the party to help send Lily home.
Valefor is an excellent melee combatant with the ability to deal some ranged damage with Dark magic. It is highly recommended to give her a Succubus Shield to grant the Void magic skill Ilza's Restraint and make full use of her high INT stat. All her stats are strong and improved further with her starting gear, some of which may end up swapped out immediately since by completing the objectives to recruit her, she'll have access to the powerful Baou Dagger.
These stats are put to good use since with a Full Tias accessory, a Fortune-Telling House building, and her Treasure Finder skill, Valefor loots up to 12 items on every kill. This makes her great for farming enemies which will likely make her overleveled and perfectly suited for taking on any enemy in the entire game. She also starts with a great MOV stat that goes up to a whopping 9 with Full Tias at max level. This paired with Double Action allows her to move across many maps in a turn or two.
Finally, Valefor is classified as a Devil, which inherently grants total status and Instant Death immunity. This means she can be commanded recklessly with little worry.
Overall, Valefor is probably the best character in the game even if she is also one of the most costly. Use her well.
- After completing the Distorted Forest maps, an event will show up that teaches Valefor ☆Lion Thief Cut.
|Initial, LV36||Nosy Lion Thief||90||45||42||30||30||27||22||36||27||30||18||5||72||40||Thief,|
|LV45||Bold Lion Thief||+6||+2||+4||+5||+2||+3||+2||+2||+2||+1||+5||+3||Dangersense,|
First Strike I,
|LV60||Heavenly Lion Thief||+8||+2||+4||+5||+3||+3||+3||+2||+7||+3||Evasive II,|
First Strike II,
|LV75||Devil of Many Blades||+10||+3||+8||+5||+1||+3||+1||+3||+1||+1||+9||+4||Evasive III,|
First Strike III,
|LV90||Beloved Lion Thief||+12||+4||+8||+5||+2||+2||+3||+3||+7||+4||Ruined Victim|
|LV99||Divine Lion Thief||+14||+5||+3||+3||+3||+5||+1||+5||Counter III|
|Nosy Lion Thief||+1||+1||+1||+1||+1||-2||+1|
|Bold Lion Thief||+1||+1||+1||+1||+1||-2||+1|
|Heavenly Lion Thief||+1||+1||+1||+1||+1||-1||+2|
|Devil of Many Blades||+1||+1||+1||+1||+1||-1||+2|
|Beloved Lion Thief||+1||+1||+1||+1||+1||-1||+2|
|Divine Lion Thief||+1||+1||+1||+1||+1||-1||+2|
Yuela / ユエラ
Yuela comes from Kamidori: Alchemy Meister, the game that is the spiritual prequel to Amayui. She is available in NG+ if Append 3 is installed and after Mikshuana joins the party. Once these conditions are met, the player can initiate an event involving her and Fia that eventually leads to her joining the party.
Yuela shares a fair amount of similarities with her Kamidori incarnation in the sense that she is a proficient melee attacker who strongly utilizes evasiveness to survive in combat. She has the Double Action skill available from the start, which may make her more advantageous to use compared to other characters that have a high level requirement to unlock the skill. In addition, unlike her Kamidori incarnation, Yuela has an incredible INT stat and weapons that can grant offensive magic skills, including the 5-range Void damage Blast Sound skill.
While she joins shortly before difficult maps become available such as those in the Door of Guidance and anything relating to the NG+ events, she can hold her own fairly well despite being only level 40. With some equipment upgrades, she can become a powerhouse that will help with some of the most challenging content that NG+ has to offer.
|Initial, LV40||Mole Fairy?||76||50||55||40||40||37||20||30||17||34||20||4||60||35||Evasive II,|
First Strike I,
Sky Sword Dance
First Strike II,
Ibram / イブラム
After completing the game twice, once on A Route and once on B route, Whalejaw Cape will become available on all NG+ files that are at Chapter 5 or later, including existing ones. Ibram waits there and will join the party after the first set of events are completed.
Ibram is an excellent character packing Drain III and a strong Void element magic attack. She also has an area attack that doesn't hit allies and the fairly standard Double Action with decent mobility to match. Furthermore, despite being a character meant to be unlocked in a third playthrough, her starting level is a little lower than one might expect, giving some room to gain some much-needed stats, especially when it comes to her AGL.
However, she is a bit of a novelty character since unless for some reason one does not do the later NG+ events such as those involving the Devil's Vortex or Door of Guidance, they have likely been done already. She is also a poor choice on an actual third playthrough since other characters will be far more developed than her, making them better candidates for clearing the rest of Whalejaw Cape. With that said, if one didn't fully experience all the content available in the second playthrough or wants to start from Chapter 5 on their second playthrough, Ibram is a great help when it comes to steamrolling any maps not in Yuiki Village.
|Initial, LV60||Ruin-trapped Spirit||156||70||47||20||0||38||26||50||34||24||16||6||76||50||Double Action,|
Fallen Scream M
Magic Resist I,
Stat Cap Removal
Some characters have their stats capped initially. Stat caps are removed when each character meets their corresponding requirement, which is as listed below:
|Fia||Goddess Rank 13|