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Due to Loads and Loads of Characters, characters will be grouped by their debut team/event. If a character is in more than one group, priotizes the primary guild they're in first.





  • Rare Random Drop: While normally all of the units doesn't have limited summoning period for their base variants, this doesn't hold true for Dagon as he can only be summoned in the GoGo Island 2 aka Canaan Event Banner.


These characters do not fall under any above categories (as of now).

Kirito Tachihara

Wild One

World: Tokyo
Origin: England Historical Fact
Rarity: 3*(Nether), 4*(Nether)
Artist: Bombom
Voiced by: Yuu Amano

  • Absolute Cleavage: He keeps his hoodie zipper at bare minimum, showing off plenty his chest and abs. His 4* ditches zipping his hoodie entirely.
  • Chronic Backstabbing Disorder: So far, he holds no true loyalty for any of the factions that he joined.
  • Dark Is Evil: He is Nether-element, and is obviously up to no good.
  • Knife Nut: His Sacred Artifact
  • Meaningful Name: Two of the possible meanings for his given name is "mist man" and "cutting man", rather fitting for someone who inherits Sacred Artifact from the legendary serial killer.
  • Wild Card
  • Why Do You Keep Changing Jobs?: Each time he appears in the story as your enemy, he is always in different faction.


God of Flames

World: Takamagahara
Origin: Japanese Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Fire), 4*(Fire/Earth)
Artist: Kasai Kowmei
Voiced by: Naoko Matsui

Shinya Tenoji

Golden Wings of Love

World: Tokyo, Olympus(Cupid)
Origin: Greek Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Light), 4*(Light)
Artist: Kuronezumiinu
Voiced by: Masato Yoshida
A student at Daikanyama Academy who made a contract with Cupid, a transient from the world of Olympus. He is the substitute Representative in place of Zeus due to the latter is unable to take part in the game due to his role and rule conflict with Perun.

  • Light'Em Up: His element
  • Meaningful Name: One of his given name's possible meanings is "arrow of truth" (真矢 Shinya), while his surname literally means "Temple of King of Heaven", fitting his role as Zeus' proxy.
  • The Last of These Is Not Like the Others: So far, he is the only substitute Representative in the story, meaning that he isn't directly involved with Olympus's Exile, Eurynome, at all, unlike the other pairs of Representative and the Exile.
  • The Straight and Arrow Path: Cupid's weapon of choice, per his legend.


Daughter of the Mountain/Parvati

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World: Deva Loka
Origin: Hindu Mythology




12 Labors Hero

World: Olympus
Origin: Greek Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Nether), 5*(Nether)
Artist: Sousuke
Voiced by: Hiroshi Shirokuma

  • Broken Ace: Being the world's strongest man has brought him nothing but misery.
  • Birds of a Feather: With Echo, as both having their love life ruined by Hera, either directly or indirectly.
  • Glass Cannon: He is currently the highest damage dealer unit, but has absolutely no defensive ability. This is justified in the story, as Zo (the one half of Oz whose origin Nemean Lion became Heracles' armor after his death), was pulled to the world of Tokyo before he would be killed by him, explaining the lack of the famous invincible garment that he should normally have.
  • Mechanically Unusual Fighter: He is the first unit in the game that heavily discourages the player from moving him, else he would recieve nasty debuffs that cut down his damage potential. There is a Guts buff thrown in as well, but it can hardly compensate.
  • Power Creep: His 5* is pretty much the first example of this, given how much damage that he can deal (read: up to almost 2 millions!) due to plethora of offensive buffs he applies, and that his CS can be fired every 3 turns. It's a telling that the developer have to throw in damage immunity buff for enemies and increase their HP to 7-digits and beyond in some of the trickier Challenge Quests to prevent the player from clearing them easily with him.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Capable of knitting a complex sweater after he was taught by Echo.
  • Spared by the Adaptation: Because he is summoned to Tokyo at the end of Valentine Timeslip, Heracles is finally freed from any further wrath from Hera and can now have a second chance at life.
  • Stripperiffic: His fall festival skin puts him in a combination of loincloth and jockstrap.
  • The Straight and Arrow Path: Despite being shown to wield a club, gameplay-wise he uses bow and arrow as his Weapon of Choice, per his legend.
  • World's Strongest Man: It should be no surprise that Heracles can dish out ridiculous amount of damage, given his heroic feats.
  • Vapor Wear: Given his outfit and the world he came from, it is unlikely for him to be wearing anything under his waist cloth.

Leanan Sidhe

Fairy of Inspiration

World: Tir Na Nog
Origin: Irish Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Water), 4*(Water)
Artist: Takako Shimura, Zhuzi
Voiced by: Junko Iwao
A transient from the world of Tir Na Nog

  • Making a Splash: Her element
  • Meganekko: Wears a pair of large round glasses, which emphasizes her soft features.
  • Our Fairies Are Different: She is based on a sprite for fairy of the same name from Irish Folklore.
  • Power Creep:
    • Her 4*'s 1st skill Professional Producer gives her a passive that allows her to move in any direction up to 2 squares, an ability that has yet to be used by anyone except her. This allows her to be a good mover that can help setting up your party's positions on the board.
    • Majority of her skills have her throwing multiple support buffs to an ally in front of her, for a grand total of 6, greatly increasing their damage output, CS charging, healing, and skill activation. 3* has lesser buffs, but is still powerful.
    • Finally, she also charges up her CS very quickly, allowing some additional ranged damage and Darkness debuff, as well as Guts and (4* only) Crit Buff.
  • Power At a Price: As per her legend, she grants talent and inspiration to those that she has chosen, but it comes at price of their life force. In game, this is reflected by some of her skills drain HP from the unit that she has buffed.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has blue hair which gradients into lighter color toward the edge.


Ruler of Dragon Palace

World: Takamagahara/Utopia
Origin: Japanese Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Water), 4*(Water)
Artist: Gozu
Voiced by: Rumi Ookubo

  • Animal Motifs: Shark. She is surrounded by several of shark robots serving as her offensive unit in her 4* form. This could possibly be a call back to Toyotama-hime, whose true form is shark (or wani, a Japanese sea dragon) in some of the legends.
  • Composite Character: Of Otohime and Otohime's origin, Toyotama-hime
  • Icy Blue Eyes
  • Making a Splash: Her element
  • Rapunzel Hair: Her ponytail reaches her ankles.
  • Robot Girl: Is one, due her original form was the discarded computer parts from the world of Utopia.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Has indigo hair


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World: Takamagahara
Origin: Japanese Mythology
Rarity: 3*(Earth), 4*(Earth)
Artist: Tepen
Voiced by: Shinichiro Miki

  • Birds of a Feather: With the protagonist, as in being the younger brothers who chase after their older siblings but having to find their own path in life in the end.
  • Composite Character: Of Hikohohodemi no Mikoto and Urashima Taro

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