|Species Origin||Crystallized Human Evolution|
|Ability/ies||Increased strength, durability, flying, able to breathe in space|
|First Appearance||Debutante (2015)|
The KRST is a race that first appeared in Debutante. Their race also made a cameo in Xerra: The Last Beorn Volume 2. They are implied to be the human race after millions of years in space, to find the "Debutante". In Debutante II: Echoes they are seen keeping unevolved humans on "Prison Planets". They serve Spira, a goddess responsible for creating the Exoverse. They exist within the very distant future of the New Fantendoverse.
Outfitted with sharp ends for hands, this KRST runs towards you and leaps to incapacitate you. They only focus on you, and they'll reflect light attacks. To defeat them, you'll need to either smash them with something hard or manage to defeat a previous one and taking a relatively undamaged limb to pierce through them.
Outfitted with a sword for one hand and a simple crystalline structure for the other, they'll tower over you and attempt to smash you with their sword hand. To defeat them, you'll need to either smash them with something hard or manage to defeat a previous one and taking a relatively undamaged limb to pierce through them.
With four arms working a bow, these towering woman-like crystal people will snipe at you from miles away. You'll need to detect those arrows and figure out where they're coming from, otherwise your corpse will be filled with glimmering crystal arrows.
A Class 3 Creature, they appeared more as you got towards the center of the galaxy. All three variants debuted here. Their origins are hinted at towards the end and they seem to have some kind of connection to Spira.
Xerra: The Last Beorn Volume 2
A couple appear, infected with a nightmare virus that keeps them under the control of The King of Twilight. They bring Xerra and her group to the now-incredibly deformed Palutena and are destroyed during their escape.
Debutante II: Echoes
They guard the so-called "Prison Planets" and are seen with the seeming ability to fly. What further purpose they have in the story is yet to be seen.