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Tome 57 is an umbrella game created by Existence Software and based upon Koei Tecmo's Warriors franchise. The game combines a variety of different franchises and places them in a large scale story. It is the first title in the ⌭Saga.

In regards to the overall story of the ⌭Saga, Tome 57 is the second title in the series chronologically. Omen 76 takes place before and during the events of Tome 57, placing it slightly before it.

The game features cutscenes with art by Mino Taro (三野 太郎), who is best known as the character designer of the Nintendo DS dating simulator LovePlus. All cutscenes are fully voice acted, with Japanese and English dual-audio and subtitles available; though some characters may only speak one such language regardless of setting.

Gameplay

Attacking

Tome 57 is an action beat 'em up spin-off of Koei Tecmo's long-running Warriors titles. Unlike many other games, but like the Warriors franchise, players must take on large hoards of enemies at a single time, as opposed to one-on-one or small groups. In order to combat enemies, players must use various combo attacks, primarily done through combinations of buttons. Every character has a unique weapon (or weapons, in some cases), each with its own set of combo attacks.

There are two major types of attacks. There are standard attacks and more powerful "strong attacks". Standard attacks do little damage, but can be chained together for combos, while the strong attacks end combos with more powerful attacks.

Defeating enemies (or collecting certain power-ups) fills up the yellow Special Attack gauge. Once filled completely, the player can unleash an incredibly strong attack known as a Special Attack. Special Attacks deal more damage than strong attacks, and usually cover an extended range. However, there exists a fourth attack that can be activated through the Darkness Gauge. Upon filling the Darkness Gauge completely, the player can activate Awakening. In Awakening mode, the character's attacks and movements are quickened for a short duration of time, with every attack dealing 2x its normal damage output. After the Darkness Gauge fully drains, the character will activate an attack known as an Apocalypse Attack, though pressing the Special Attack button any time during the duration of Awakening mode can also activate a slightly weakened variant of this attack. The Darkness Gauger is filled by doing combos, with the amount filled being determined by the longevity of the combo.

Another big part of the attacking process is the ability to lock on to enemies. Larger enemies with more health, or other Warriors, can be locked-on to. While locked-on to an enemy, the camera will rotate around so the player is always capable of seeing that enemy.

Every warrior has its own unique weapon(s) with which they can fight enemies. Weapons can be categorized into one of several different Elements, with each type having different attributes that affect their attacks.

  • FIRE ELEMENT weapons deal out more damage, and certain attacks will light enemies on fire when defeated, creating explosions as they land.
  • EARTH ELEMENT weapons have a larger range of attack, and have a better chance of breaking through an opposing warrior's defences.
  • AIR ELEMENT weapons increase the amount of damage and knockback dealt to airborne enemies, and may temporarily stun foes on the ground.
  • WATER ELEMENT weapons have attacks that will cause fighters to take small amounts of damage over time that can not defeat enemies but lower their health to 1 HP.
  • LIGHT ELEMENT weapons increase the amount of damage dealt to opponents depending on the amount of enemies the warrior's attack hits; with the more enemies that are attacked at once increasing the damage output.
  • DARKNESS ELEMENT weapons increase the amount of damage dealt to opponents depending on the amount of enemies the warrior's attack hits; with the fewer enemies that are attacked at once increasing the damage output.
  • PLASMA ELEMENT weapons increase the amount of damage dealt to opponents depending on their current KO count. In addition, enemies that are defeated may occasionally fill the warrior's Darkness Gauge as opposed to Special Attack Gauge.

Defending

While attacking enemies is a large part of the gameplay, being defensive is also important as to conserve health so one is not defeated. The warrior can take on a defensive stance, which lowers the amount of damage taken as long as the guard is not broken by stronger attacks. The player can dodge in any direction, which, if timed correctly, can be used to fully avoid taking damage from attacks.

Warriors can also sprint, which is activated after running for a short while. While sprinting through large hoards of weaker enemies, the chances of being attacked by weaker enemies are decreased, as their attack animations are usually slow enough to miss the player. Warriors are also capable of jumping, with each weapon having a single string of aerial combos, and a strong attack that throws them back to the ground.

Skill Cards

Players can equip every warrior with up to three Skill Cards in-between each battle. Skill Cards can boost the warrior's stats, grant them additional properties, or, in some cases, alter the elemental damage that their weapon deals. Though each warrior may only have three Skill Cards, they also have a Power Limit that can not be passed; doing so will instead reverse the effects of all Skill Cards placed on them if saved. A warrior's Power Limit is unique to them, and it increases as they are levelled up.

There are two types of Skill Cards: permanent and temporary. Temporary Skill Cards are destroyed upon the completion of a battle, while permanent Skill Cards remain attached to a warrior until changed out. All Skill Cards can be found on the battlefield, and are earned by defeating enemies. Players can also fuse Skill Cards using the money they earn from defeating foes in order to create new Skill Cards.

List of Skill Cards

Skill Cards depict characters from a variety of different series. Golden backgrounds denote Ultra Rare Skill Cards, of which there are only one of each and can only be unlocked through specific means; light blue backgrounds denote Rare Skill Cards, which can be found by normal means but only after certain criteria has been met.

Character Series Type Attributes
Agria Tales Permanent Increases dodge speed.
Aiko Kudou Baka and Test Temporary Begin the battle with a full Special Attack gauge.
Akiho Senomiya Robotics;Notes Permanent Adds Light Element to a specific weapon.
Albert Arlington Call of Duty Temporary Increases the amount of Skill Cards dropped in battle.
Alexa Lexington MySims Permanent Increases the power of the Cosmic Choice Attribute.
Ami Aiba Digimon Temporary Decreases damage dealt by regular enemies.
Arata Sanada Digimon Permanent Greatly increases the power of elemental attacks.
Arlon Kid Icarus Permanent Grants the warrior another Special Attack gauge.
Ayase Kishimoto Chaos;Head Temporary Decreases the amount of damage dealt by Giant Bosses.
Barry Goodman Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Permanent Adds Earth Element to a specific weapon.
Beat The World Ends With You Temporary Greatly increases the amount of drops from defeated enemies.
Bolo Shantae Permanent Greatly increases the power of elemental attacks.
Botan Yu Yu Hakusho Temporary Increases the chance of dropping more powerful weapons.
Bowser Jr. Super Mario Permanent Adds Fire Element to a specific weapon.
Buddy LISA Permanent Increases the power of the Rust Choice Attribute.
Byakuya Togami Danganronpa Temporary Increases the drop rate of Gold Flowers.
Charlie Brown Peanuts Permanent Increases the power of the Earth+ Choice Attribute.
Chiho Sasaki The Devil is a Part-Timer! Permanent Increases the power of the Neptune Choice Attribute.
Cia The Legend of Zelda Temporary Increases damage output when objectives are timed.
Cinder Fall RWBY Permanent Adds Fire Element to a specific weapon.
Clammy Zell No Game No Life Permanent Increases the power of the Twilight Choice Attribute.
Claudia McCunnen Phantom of Inferno Temporary Increases the amount of Skill Cards dropped in battle.
Donkey Kong Donkey Kong Temporary Increases damage output when objectives are timed.
Dyntos Kid Icarus Temporary Increases the chance of dropping more powerful weapons.
Elize Lutus Tales Temporary Increases the power of Choice Attributes.
Emily Kaldwin Dishonored Permanent Increases the power of the Storm Choice Attribute.
Ester The Heroic Legend of Arslan Permanent Increases the power of the Fire+ Choice Attribute.
Farangis The Heroic Legend of Arslan Temporary Begin the battle with a full Darkness Gauge.
Faris Nyannyan Steins;Gate Permanent Increases the power of the Water+ Choice Attribute.
Feel Nilvalen No Game No Life Permanent Adds Air Element to a specific weapon.
Ferb Fletcher Phineas and Ferb Temporary Allows the warrior to deal slight damage to foes with their guard up.
Genkai Yu Yu Hakusho Temporary Allows the warrior to deal slight damage to foes with their guard up.
Ghirahim The Legend of Zelda Permanent Adds Darkness Element to a specific weapon.
Granny Rags Dishonored Permanent Adds Plasma Element to a specific weapon.
Helmut von Giuseppe Phantom of Inferno Temporary Increases damage output when objectives are timed.
Iori Nagase Kokoro Connect Permanent Adds Water Element to a specific weapon.
Izumi Akazawa Another Temporary Increases damage output when objectives are timed.
Izuna Hatsuse No Game No Life Temporary Greatly increases attack power at low health.
Izuru Kamukura Danganronpa Permanent Tremendously increases the power of Choice Attributes.
Janine Pokémon Permanent Increases the power of the Poison Choice Attribute.
Jar Jar Binks Star Wars Temporary Increases damage output when objectives are timed.
Jaswant The Heroic Legend of Arslan Permanent Adds Earth Element to a specific weapon.
Jaune Arc RWBY Permanent Adds Light Element to a specific weapon.
Jessamine Kaldwin Dishonored Temporary Increases the amount of Skill Cards dropped in battle.
Jiao Tales Temporary Decreases the amount of damage dealt by Giant Bosses.
Jibril No Game No Life Permanent Increases running speed.
Jimiken Digimon Temporary Increases damage output when objectives are timed.
Johnny Gat Saints Row Temporary Begin the battle with a Johnny Gat mask.
Junna Daitoku Robotics;Notes Permanent Adds Earth Element to a specific weapon.
Junpei Tenmyouji Zero Escape Permanent Increases the power of the Nuclear Choice Attribute.
Juzo Sakakura Danganronpa Permanent Increases the power of the Rainbow Choice Attribute.
Kaito Yashio Robotics;Notes Temporary Decreases the amount of damage dealt by Giant Bosses.
Kanami Mashita Persona Temporary Increases the amount of experience dropped from enemies.
Karma Akabane Assassination Classroom Permanent Increases attack speed.
Kazuo Tengan Danganronpa Temporary Greatly increases the power of Choice Attributes.
Keiko Yukimura Yu Yu Hakusho Permanent Increases the power of the Holy Choice Attribute.
King Roland MySims Temporary Increases the drop rate of Gold Flowers.
Kiria Kurono Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Temporary Increases the amount of Skill Cards dropped in battle.
Knuckles the Echidna Sonic the Hedgehog Permanent Allows the warrior to deal slight damage to foes with their guard up.
Kou Ichijo Persona Permanent Greatly increases attack range.
Kouichi Sakakibara Another Permanent Increases the power of the Molten Choice Attribute.
Kousuke Tanaka √Letter Temporary Increases attack range.
Kouta Tsuchiya Baka and Test Temporary Increases the chance of dropping more powerful weapons.
Kozue Orihara Chaos;Head Permanent Adds Earth Element to a specific weapon.
Kubard The Heroic Legend of Arslan Temporary Allows the warrior to deal slight damage to foes with their guard up.
Kuon Niwa Corpse Party Temporary Increases the chance of dropping more powerful weapons.
Kyoko Kirigiri Danganronpa Permanent Greatly increases the power of elemental attacks.
Lavi D.Gray-man Permanent Adds Plasma Element to a specific weapon.
Leon Kuwata Danganronpa Permanent Greatly increases attack range.
Lie Ren RWBY Permanent Adds Air Element to a specific weapon.
Lightning Final Fantasy Permanent Adds Light Element to a specific weapon.
Lord Silvermask The Heroic Legend of Arslan Temporary Increases the chance of dropping more powerful weapons.
Lovro Brofski Assassination Classroom Permanent Increases the power of the Death Choice Attribute.
Ludvig Maxis Call of Duty Temporary Begin the battle with a full Darkness Gauge.
Luigi Super Mario Permanent Increases attack speed.
Mahiru Koizumi Danganronpa Temporary Increases the chance of dropping more powerful weapons.
Makoto Naegi Danganronpa Temporary Increases the amount of drops from defeated enemies.
Mami Tomoe Puella Magi Madoka Magica Temporary Greatly increases the power of Choice Attributes.
Mario Super Mario Permanent Adds Fire Element to a specific weapon.
Mayuri Shiina Steins;Gate Permanent Greatly increases the power of elemental attacks.
Medusa Kid Icarus Permanent Increases the power of the Nether Choice Attribute.
Mei Misaki Another Permanent Adds Darkness Element to a specific weapon.
Misaki Senomiya Robotics;Notes Permanent Increases the power of the Hurricane Choice Attribute.
Moeka Kiryuu Steins;Gate Permanent Increases dodge speed.
Morgana Persona Permanent Increases the power of the Mist Choice Attribute.
Nae Tennouji Steins;Gate Permanent Adds Air Element to a specific weapon.
Nagisa Momoe Puella Magi Madoka Magica Permanent Increases the amount of health recovered from items.
Nagito Komaeda Danganronpa Temporary Greatly increases the amount of drops from defeated enemies.
Naho Saenoki Corpse Party Temporary Increases the amount of experience dropped from enemies.
Neopolitan RWBY Permanent Adds Darkness Element to a specific weapon.
Nero Blackstone Call of Duty Permanent Increases the amount of health recovered from items.
Noble Six Halo Permanent Increases the power of the Gravity Choice Attribute.
Nokia Shiramine Digimon Temporary Increases the amount of drops from defeated enemies.
Nora Valkyrie RWBY Permanent Increases attack speed.
Old Man The Legend of Zelda Permanent Increases the amount of health recovered from items.
Pentagon Thief Call of Duty Permanent Increases running speed.
Phineas Flynn Phineas and Ferb Temporary Increases the power of Choice Attributes.
Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney Permanent Increases the power of the Firework Choice Attribute.
Phosphora Kid Icarus Temporary Adds Air Element to a specific weapon.
Presa Tales Permanent Adds Plasma Element to a specific weapon.
Pyrrha Nikos RWBY Permanent Adds Light Element to a specific weapon.
Qrow Branwen RWBY Temporary Increases frequency and power of Communicator Bonuses.
Reiji Azuma Phantom of Inferno Permanent Increases attack speed.
Rideaux Zek Rugievit Tales Temporary Increases the amount of experience dropped from enemies.
Rintarou Okabe Steins;Gate Temporary Increases frequency and power of Communicator Bonuses.
Rio Nakamura Assassination Classroom Temporary Increases the speed at which keeps are captured.
Risky Boots Shantae Permanent Increases the power of the Hydrogen Choice Attribute.
Rowen J. Ilbert Tales Permanent Increases the power of the Light+ Choice Attribute.
Ryotaro Dojima Persona Temporary Increases attack range.
Sachiko Shinozaki Corpse Party Permanent Adds Darkness Element to a specific weapon.
Salem RWBY Permanent Adds Plasma Element to a specific weapon.
Samus Aran Metroid Permanent Increases the power of the Plasma+ Choice Attribute.
Samuel J. Stuhlinger Call of Duty Permanent Increases the power of the Fissure Choice Attribute.
Satoshi Mochida Corpse Party Temporary Greatly increases attack range.
Sayaka Ooue Corpse Party Permanent Increases dodge speed.
Seira Orgel Chaos;Head Temporary Begin the battle with a full Special Attack gauge.
Sena Aoi Chaos;Head Permanent Adds Water Element to a specific weapon.
Shadow Mario Super Mario Temporary Begin the battle with a full Darkness Gauge.
Shaggy Scooby-Doo! Permanent Increases the power of the Fog Choice Attribute.
Shouko Kirishima Baka and Test Permanent Increases the power of the Love Choice Attribute.
Sky and Wrench Shantae Permanent Tremendously increases the speed at which keeps are captured.
Slackjaw Dishonored Temporary Increases the amount of drops from defeated enemies.
Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog Permanent Increases running speed.
S.O.P.H.I.A. Call of Duty Temporary Increases the amount of drops from defeated enemies.
Subaru Hidaka Robotics;Notes Permanent Adds Water Element to a specific weapon.
Summer Rose RWBY Permanent Tremendously increases running speed.
Taichi Yaegashi Kokoro Connect Permanent Adds Water Element to a specific weapon.
Takeo Misaki Call of Duty Temporary Increases attack range.
Takumi Nishijō Chaos;Head Temporary Increases the speed at which keeps are captured.
Teruteru Hanamura Danganronpa Permanent Increases the amount of health recovered from items.
Tet No Game No Life Permanent Adds Plasma Element to a specific weapon.
Thanatos Kid Icarus Temporary Increases the speed at which keeps are captured.
Tiki Tong Donkey Kong Permanent Adds Fire Element to a specific weapon.
Tohru Adachi Persona Permanent Adds Darkness Element to a specific weapon.
Tom Nook Animal Crossing Permanent Adds Earth Element to a specific weapon.
Touma Akagi Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE Permanent Adds Fire Element to a specific weapon.
Waluigi Super Mario Permanent Increases the power of the Darkness+ Choice Attribute.
Wingul the Nova Tales Temporary Decreases damage dealt by regular enemies.
Yoda Star Wars Permanent All battles begin with the Gold Flower effect active.
Yoshifumi Aoki Kokoro Connect Permanent Adds Light Element to a specific weapon.
Yoshiki Kishinuma Corpse Party Temporary Decreases damage dealt by regular enemies.
Yosuke Hanamura Persona Temporary Begin the battle with a full Special Attack gauge.
Younger Toguro Yu Yu Hakusho Permanent Adds Darkness Element to a specific weapon.
Yua Kusunoki Chaos;Head Permanent Grants the warrior another Special Attack gauge.
Yukari Takeba Persona Temporary Greatly increases damage dealt to Giant Bosses.
Yuka Mochida Corpse Party Temporary Increases frequency and power of Communicator Bonuses.
Yuuji Sakamoto Baka and Test Temporary Allows the warrior to deal slight damage to foes with their guard up.
Yuuko Kamishiro Digimon Permanent Increases the power of the Ice Choice Attribute.
Zenkichi Hitoyoshi Medaka Box Temporary Greatly increases damage dealt to Giant Bosses.

Choice Attributes

Using certain Skill Cards, players are able to combine the attributes of two elements in order to create new elemental attributes: Choice Attributes. Combining two of the same element will increase the effects of such element.

Element
Fire Earth Air Water Light Darkness Plasma
Element Fire Fire+ Molten Firework Mist Holy Death Nuclear
Earth Molten Earth+ Love Neptune Fissure Nether Poison
Air Firework Love Air+ Storm Hurricane Fog Rust
Water Mist Neptune Storm Water+ Rainbow Ice Hydrogen
Light Holy Fissure Hurricane Rainbow Light+ Twilight Cosmic
Darkness Death Nether Fog Ice Twilight Darkness+ Gravity
Plasma Nuclear Poison Rust Hydrogen Cosmic Gravity Plasma+

Drops

Enemies may drop various items when they are defeated. The items they drop have a variety of different properties. Items can also be collected by destroying crates that can be found in different spots of the map.

Drop Description
Skill Cards Enemies will drop Skill Cards when defeated. These Skill Cards can not be viewed by the player until they complete the mission, with all collected Skill Cards being displayed once it is finished. Should the player fail the mission, they will lose all of the collected Skill Cards. Rarer Skill Cards are dropped more frequently on higher difficulty levels.
Heart Hearts restore health when collected. The larger the heart is, the more health it will restore. Some enemies may also drop black hearts, which deal damage instead of healing the player, or white hearts, which fully heal the player.
Weapons Enemies may also drop new weapons for warriors to use. These weapons have different star levels, from HW Star to HW Star HW Star HW Star HW Star HW Star with the more stars signifying an increase in attack strength. All weapons have three variants that continue to increase in power, with each weapon type having different star levels.
Dust Crystal Dust Crystals will, when collected, fill the warrior's Special Attack gauge by a small amount. Larger crystals have a rarer chance of being dropped by enemy warriors that will completely fill the warrior's Special Attack gauge.
Liquid Divinium Liquid Divinium fills the warrior's Darkness Gauge a small amount. Larger vials can also appear, and they will completely fill the Darkness Gauge. Unlike Dust Crystals, Liquid Divinium vials will only appear out of crates and while larger vials will be dropped by enemy bosses.
Johnny Gat Mask A large helmet of Johnny Gat's face may rarely be dropped by enemy warriors. The Johnny Gat Mask nullifies a single hit of damage, before falling off the warrior's head. Additionally, while wearing the Johnny Gat Mask, the Special Attack gauge will fill at a faster rate.
Gold Flower Transforms all nearby enemies into Gold Goombas.

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Story

This section contains information solely about the plot of this game. For information on the chronology of the Bola Parasola as a whole and how this game fits in, see here.

The story primarily centres around Lana, though several side stories exist to tell the events of the other characters who exit the main story for a time.

Main Story

Eons ago there existed the ancient order of the Keepers, an extraterrestrial species that seemingly had control over the known and unknown universes. Part of this society was corrupted by the dark Aether, and, after being sealed away for millennia, would mutate into the deadly Apothicon race, devoid of any connection to their former brethren. The "Shadowman", an emissary of the Apothicons, does their bidding, unleashing chaos throughout all known universes solely for the sake of creating chaos.

After the events of Revelations (Call of Duty: Black Ops III), the Shadowman, and the Apothicon race, are banished from the "perfect world" created by Doctor Monty. The Shaowman, not contempt with the outcome of his plan, intends to seek revenge on his former friend, Monty, and tears apart the fabric of reality using another dimension's Summoning Key in order to create chaos and increase his power. Destroying any universe he comes across, he mutates himself with the dark energy contained within each dimension.

One of these dimensions is the Mushroom Kingdom. He invades this dimension, and insights chaos by empowering the mighty Bowser with dark energy. Fuelled with power and with the assistance, he attacks Princess Peach in his "greatest" attempt to kidnap her. As Mario and Luigi are currently assisting E. Gadd in Evershade Valley, Peach and Daisy step up to protect themselves from Bowser, and manage to successfully push him back from the castle grounds and the racecourse surrounding it. Feeding from the chaos of the battle and the hate emitting from both forces, the Shadowman begins to tear apart the universe. Coming to a truce, Peach's Forces and the Koopa Troop team up to stop the Shadowman, but are quickly defeated, and the Shadowman destroys their reality.

Before they can be erased from existence alongside their world, Bowser, Peach, Daisy, and Birdo are transported away by Lana, the Hyrulean Guardian of Time. Lana explains to them about the Shadowman, and she tells them that they should be safe in the realm that she created. Instead of cowering, Peach, Daisy, and Bowser insist that they assist Lana, and she reluctantly brings the three of them along to her next destination: Excavation Site 64, to find Doctor Maxis and learn the whereabouts of this dimension's Summoning Key.

After reaching the Dig Site, the four find Edward Richtofen surrounded by a hoard of Zombies and Wendigo. They plan to confront Richtofen and learn the whereabouts of Ludvig Maxis, though to do this they must first save him from his situation. After they manage to push back the undead and re-capture the Dig Site, Richtofen reveals that Maxis had begged him to place his brain in a drone, and he and three comrades had managed to do that. He also reveals that he has come back to France to find the Kronorium, which Lana has in her possession. Richtofen attempts to kill Lana, but Bowser saves her and he and the princesses subdue Richtofen. Lana explains the current situation and about the Shadowman, and Richtofen agrees to assist them should he be able to read the Kronorium afterwards. After they come to terms, Richtofen reveals the location of the Summoning Key: Morg City.

Though Lana manages to teleport the group to Morg City, she is fatigued from the sudden increase in using magic, and must rest. Unfortunately for her, Morg City is filled with enemies and the large King Dodongo, whom they must deal with so they can locate the Summoning Key. Though they slowly manage to drive the monsters from the centre of the city and defeat King Dodongo, they can not locate the Summoning Key. Before they can find the artifact, a man appears in front of them, calling herself Ryoko Asakura. Ryoko fights the group, telling them that she has orders to test the group. Though Lana is the most powerful she refuses as she is not at full strength, and the others decide to fight in her stead. After Ryoko is defeated, a man named Heartseed appears to face them both, alongside two girls: Himeko Inaba and Yui Kiriyama.

He explains that the Shadowman seems to target the universes with the most amount of chaos, and that his next target is Hyrule, which is currently at war against Ganondorf. Lana explains to him about how she has used most of her power, and can no longer transport them, no matter how much she wishes to. With some hesitation, Heartseed transports them all to Gerudo Desert, where Princess Zelda and Link are currently facing off against Ganondorf. Lana joins them quickly, explaining to them that her absence will be explained in time. Until then, Lana and her small group team up with the Hylians to defeat Ganondorf and his minions. Before they can take on Ganondorf however, the Shadowman appears, and attempts to kill Ganondorf. As only the Master Sword can kill him, Ganondorf retaliates, and is surprised when Lana and her group come to his aid. Zelda and Link, not sure as to what's going on, also join them, and together they manage to fight the Shadowman and weaken him. Though he is not defeated, his powers are weakened, and he disappears to restore his health. Likewise, Lana's powers are weakened, and she needs to rest as well. Using the last of her strength, Lana sends out a beacon, calling for assistance, to which Palutena responds almost immediately.

Palutena whisks the group away to Skyworld, and she reports to them the situation surrounding the universe. Although Pit was sucked into a portal, she is able to monitor his current location through her powers. She tells them that he is currently in a city known as Akihabara, and she sends Lana's group to assist him, though keeps Lana behind so she can recover her strength.

While in Akihabara, Edward Richtofen quickly takes charge of the small group, and order them in combat against the monsters that flood the streets. Though not difficult to defeat, the monsters never cease their attack, and the group eventually retreats into a nearby cafe known as May Queen Nyan-Nyan, where they find Pit and a handful of people that he has saved in the vicinity: Itsuki Aoi, Tsubasa Oribe, Madoka Kaname, Homura Akemi, Kyoko Sakura, Sayaka Miki, and Suzuha Amane; Suzuha having initially saved Pit from a group of monsters. The group, now larger, work together to push back the enemies and eventually come face-to-face with a massive Troll Kong that is ravaging the electric city. Though the Troll Kong almost defeats them due to its large size and powerful attacks, they are saved by a man calling himself the Outsider.

After a brief introduction, the Outsider takes Madoka Kaname, Homura Akemi, and Suzuha Amane away with him, assuming them to be the strongest warriors, and thus able to assist him in bringing down the wounded Troll Kong while the others escape; presumably before more Troll Kongs appear. While initially unwilling to go with him, the Outsider gets Suzuha and Homura to come with him after explaining to them that he needs their knowledge of time travel; though Madoka needs no reason to go other than because Homura is willing to. Continues to Outsider Story

Meanwhile, Richtofen and the others, having successfully escaped Akihabara, are brought back to Skyworld by Palutena, who tells them of even more scattered survivors, and tasks Lana to continue rescuing them until they can pinpoint the Shadowman's location. Lana agrees, though explains that her powers are dwindling due to extended use and that she needs a rest. Palutena then decides to split Lana's groups into three separate teams to accomplish this faster: one led by Pit, one by Edward Richtofen, and one by Yui Kiriyama. Palutena also promises Sayaka and Kyoko that she will keep tabs on the Outsider and protect Madoka, Homura, and Suzuha should she need to.

At this point, the three groups split up to rescue three specific individuals that Lana is looking for, who may know of ways to bring down the Shadowman. Palutena sends Pit to find Allen Walker, an exorcist whose powerful Innocence may be able to defeat the Shadowman; Edward Richtofen to find Ludger Will Kresnik, whose powers of Chromatus may be able to restore the fractured universes to the way they were before; and Yui Kiriyama to find Korosensei, who would be able to tire the Shadowman out due to being near-indestructible. The player can choose to follow the different groups in any order.

Palutena sends Pit, Link, Zelda, Peach, and Daisy to Skyloft, where the Goddess of Light detects a strong source of Innocence likely emitting from Allen or another Exorcist of his calibre. Though the area they are sent to is peaceful, the Shadowman soon appears and reveals that he had created the false source of Innocence to draw in Palutena, intending to kill her to steal her powers. Disappointed in how things played out, he summons Nihilego and Lusamine to deal with the small group. Lusamine, who continues to search for Lillie to get her hands on Nebby, eagerly accepts the Shadowman's orders, as she believes him to know of Nebby's location. Though they are able to defeat Lusamine, they are unable to defeat Nihilego, as its powers grow too strong. However, before they are defeated, Allen Walker and Lenalee Lee appear to aid them, reporting that they thought the large amount of Innocence was related to Akuma. Together they are able to weaken Nihilego enough for it and Lusamine to flee, and the former summons a group of monsters to cover it as it can heal.

Meanwhile, Richtofen, Itsuki, Tsubasa, Bowser, and Birdo are sent to Nia Khera. They are not surprised to see an army of monsters attacking the town and its townsfolk, and quickly attempt to drive away the enemies so they can go look for Ludger. Before they can do anything, the Shadowman appears and transports Itsuki, Tsubasa, and Bowser away, leaving only Richtofen and Birdo to deal with the army. Though Richtofen is reluctant to believe that the pink dinosaur will be of any help, he decides to trust in her strength and the two begin to fend off the enemy forces. As they begin to clear out the enemies in the village, they are surprised when a large Dragon appears, and a group of warriors are already duelling with it. As the Dragon draws closer to the village, Richtofen and Birdo aid the small team (consisting of Jude Mathis, Milla Maxwell, and Leia Rolando). Though they can defeat the Dragon, they are shocked to see it being ordered by the head of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, Adolf Hitler. Richtofen, recognizing his fuhrer, doubts his ability to fight the German leader, but knowing that doing so is for the greater good, he and Hitler duel one-on-one as the others make sure the Dragon is down for good.

Itsuki, Tsubasa, and Bowser find themselves transported to Lake Epsilla, where Ludger Will Kresnik, Elle Mel Marta, and Alvin find them. Alvin explains that they too were separated from their friends, though they are unable to leave Lake Epsilla due to an invisible barrier. While they initially begin to lose hope, Ludger remembers that there were ruins located underneath a Fractured version of Lake Epsilla; and believes there may be some way out of their purgatory through there. However, before they can see if the ruins are there, a portal opens up and they are forcibly dragged into a Fractured Dimension, one where the Fractured Milla Maxwell that they had befriended is fighting an army of monsters in the very ruins they had decided to check out. Elle, though unable to fight, cries out to Milla, and Ludger and the rest quickly go to protect Elle and assist Milla, who is shocked to see them again.

The final group - Yui Kiriyama, Himeko Inaba, Ganondorf, Sayaka Miki, and Kyoko Sakura - are sent to Towa City. Expecting their target (Korosensei) to be a human and hard to track down, they are surprised when they instead find two girls and a large yellow octopus-like creature fighting off an army of the Shadowman's goons, led by the large and disgusting King Famardy. The yellow octopus introduces himself as Korosensei, and his two companions as Toko Fukawa and Komaru Naegi. Yui and Himeko decide to work with Komaru and Toko in order to clear a path to Famardy so that the others can take him down and hopefully stop the flow of monsters, but are unprepared for when Inferno Cop stands in their way. Though Inferno Cop is strong, the four girls take the policeman down and work to keep the flow of monsters away from the others as they defeat Famardy.

After the three groups retrieve their targets, Palutena returns them all to Skyworld. Deciding that they now have the necessary power to take on the Shadow Man with a chance of success, Palutena reveals the Shadow Man's location and agrees to transport everyone there in order to take them down. All but Lana, who is still recovering. Continues to Pericles Story

Being the only one left over, Lana escapes Skyworld, wanting to assist them in some way, knowing full well that using too much of her power could kill her. As she transports herself out of Skyworld, she finds herself in a place known as The Aether, where she meets one Dr. Monty. Dr. Monty explains to her that the Shadow Man can not be effectively killed without an artifact known as the Kronorium, which Monty believes was destroyed during the fight between the Shadow Man, Takeo Masaki, Tank Dempsey, Nikolai Belinski, and Edward Richtofen.

Monty then teleports himself away, claiming that he planted the seeds needed for the Shadow Man's defeat, and thus his role has ended. Leaving Lana in The Aether, she quickly comes face-to-face with an army of different monsters that Monty unknowingly held back with his mere presence. Leading these monsters is Thanatos, whose presence increases the enemies morale to significant levels. Due to her weakened state, she is unable to defeat Thanatos by herself, but is saved from death by those who went away with The Outsider: Madoka, Homura, and Suzuha. They explain nothing to Lana, only coming in to assist her before disappearing once more alongside The Outsider, leaving Lana trapped alone within a deteriorating Aether.

Meanwhile, Palutena and co., who had gone off to defeat the Shadow Man, take him on in the campus of Hakoniwa Academy, which had long since been evacuated. The group finds the Shadow Man, who has tricked three young girls - Mizuki Himeji, Minami Shimada, and Medaka Kurokami - into acting as his puppets, and they fight to keep the others at bay while the Shadow Man performs a ritual to summon Zygarde, whose power he intends to steal. After each of the three girls are defeated and the situation is properly explained to them, they join Palutena's army and agree to fight the Shadow Man too; though he disappears once he loses control of them, leaving behind a 50% completed Zygarde who quickly attacks them. After they defeat the Zygarde, they return to Skyworld to regroup, learning that Lana had disappeared sometime while they were gone.

Using her powers, Palutena is quickly able to discover roughly where Lana is and she learns that The Aether is incredibly unstable and ready to collapse at any moment, making her hesitant to send anyone to assist Lana directly. Both Milla Maxwells come up with the idea of trying to use the Four Great Spirits - Efreet, Undine, Sylph, and Gnome - the "prime" Milla controls to create a temporary sanctum to send Lana (and, unknowingly, every other person trapped within a deteriorating world) where they could rescue her without such a harsh time limit (though one would still be present as the Great Spirits would be unable to keep this world whole for long). Reluctantly, Palutena agrees, and sends a small group of warriors - Edward Richtofen, Korosensei, Link, Sayaka Miki, Kyoko Sakura, and Pit - into this dimension; she only sends these five as it would allow the Great Spirits to keep their world stable longer than should all of them travel into it. These five agree to go, and are transported into this world - Regal Island.

The six warriors are sent by Milla and Palutena to Regal Island, where they are immediately pitted up against a large army of enemies with a Garara Gator at its head. They manage to disperse the threat and gain some breathing room, but are unable to find Lana, or anyone else. They decide to split up into two groups in order to cover more ground faster- Richtofen, Pit, and Link go east, while Kyoko, Sayaka, and Korosensei west.

Outsider Story

Pericles Story

Characters

Warriors

There are 114 playable characters - "warriors" - that appear in the game. Each warrior has their own set of weapons, each with their own combos.

ACL Tome 57 character portal box - AhsokaACL Tome 57 character portal box - AigisACL Tome 57 character portal box - AkaneACL Tome 57 character portal box - AkihisaACL Tome 57 character portal box - AlfarīdACL Tome 57 character portal box - AlexandraACL Tome 57 character portal box - AlisaACL Tome 57 character portal box - AllenACL Tome 57 character portal box - AlvinACL Tome 57 character portal box - AmyACL Tome 57 character portal box - AnneACL Tome 57 character portal box - ArslanACL Tome 57 character portal box - AsunaACL Tome 57 character portal box - AyumiACL Tome 57 character portal box - BanjoACL Tome 57 character portal box - BatmanACL Tome 57 character portal box - BirdoACL Tome 57 character portal box - BlakeACL Tome 57 character portal box - BlankACL Tome 57 character portal box - BowserACL Tome 57 character portal box - BradACL Tome 57 character portal box - CalACL Tome 57 character portal box - Candace-2ACL Tome 57 character portal box - ChieACL Tome 57 character portal box - ChisaACL Tome 57 character portal box - CloverACL Tome 57 character portal box - CorvoACL Tome 57 character portal box - DaisyACL Tome 57 character portal box - Dark PitACL Tome 57 character portal box - DaryunACL Tome 57 character portal box - Diddy KongACL Tome 57 character portal box - EdwardACL Tome 57 character portal box - EinACL Tome 57 character portal box - ElamACL Tome 57 character portal box - ElmaACL Tome 57 character portal box - EmiACL Tome 57 character portal box - Funky KongACL Tome 57 character portal box - GaiusACL Tome 57 character portal box - GanondorfACL Tome 57 character portal box - GieveACL Tome 57 character portal box - HerculesACL Tome 57 character portal box - HieiACL Tome 57 character portal box - HimekoACL Tome 57 character portal box - HimikoACL Tome 57 character portal box - HiyokoACL Tome 57 character portal box - HomuraACL Tome 57 character portal box - IbukiACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ultimate ImposterACL Tome 57 character portal box - InoriACL Tome 57 character portal box - ItsukiACL Tome 57 character portal box - JudeACL Tome 57 character portal box - JustineACL Tome 57 character portal box - KaedeACL Tome 57 character portal box - KayACL Tome 57 character portal box - KazumaACL Tome 57 character portal box - King BooACL Tome 57 character portal box - KiritoACL Tome 57 character portal box - KomaruACL Tome 57 character portal box - KorosenseiACL Tome 57 character portal box - KuramaACL Tome 57 character portal box - KyokoACL Tome 57 character portal box - KyosukeACL Tome 57 character portal box - LabrysACL Tome 57 character portal box - LanaACL Tome 57 character portal box - LeeACL Tome 57 character portal box - LeiaACL Tome 57 character portal box - LenaleeACL Tome 57 character portal box - LillieACL Tome 57 character portal box - LinkACL Tome 57 character portal box - LudgerACL Tome 57 character portal box - MadokaACL Tome 57 character portal box - MedakaACL Tome 57 character portal box - MidnaACL Tome 57 character portal box - Fractured MillaACL Tome 57 character portal box - MillaACL Tome 57 character portal box - MinamiACL Tome 57 character portal box - MizukiACL Tome 57 character portal box - MonacaACL Tome 57 character portal box - MukuroACL Tome 57 character portal box - MuzétACL Tome 57 character portal box - NagisaACL Tome 57 character portal box - NanamiACL Tome 57 character portal box - NarsusACL Tome 57 character portal box - NekuACL Tome 57 character portal box - OliverACL Tome 57 character portal box - PalutenaACL Tome 57 character portal box - PeachACL Tome 57 character portal box - PitACL Tome 57 character portal box - RimiACL Tome 57 character portal box - RoadACL Tome 57 character portal box - RubyACL Tome 57 character portal box - RukiaACL Tome 57 character portal box - RuslACL Tome 57 character portal box - SadaoACL Tome 57 character portal box - SayakaACL Tome 57 character portal box - Scooby-DooACL Tome 57 character portal box - ShantaeACL Tome 57 character portal box - SnoopyACL Tome 57 character portal box - SonosukeACL Tome 57 character portal box - SuzuhaACL Tome 57 character portal box - SuzunoACL Tome 57 character portal box - TakumiACL Tome 57 character portal box - TaloACL Tome 57 character portal box - TokoACL Tome 57 character portal box - TsubasaACL Tome 57 character portal box - ViridiACL Tome 57 character portal box - WarioACL Tome 57 character portal box - WendalynACL Tome 57 character portal box - WeissACL Tome 57 character portal box - YangACL Tome 57 character portal box - YoukaACL Tome 57 character portal box - YuiACL Tome 57 character portal box - YusukeACL Tome 57 character portal box - Zelda

ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ahsoka
Ahsoka Tano is a character from the Star Wars franchise. She first debuted in the 2008 animated film Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

Ahsoka Tano is a force-sensitive Togrutan female who was found on the planet Shili by Jedi Master Plo Koon. During the Clone Wars, she trained as the Padawan of Anakin Skywalker, despite his insistence of not wanting a Padawan of his own. Nicknamed "Snips" by her master, the two did not initially get along due to Anakin's reckless nature in combat; though they would later grow to form a trust.

Ahsoka Tano is surprisingly proficient with a lightsaber for someone her age, as she was able to hold her own against General Grevious for a short time despite him using two lightsabers and having much more experience in battle, and the highly trained assassin Asajj Ventress.

Ahsoka is a known practitioner of Jar'Kai, the act of using two lightsabers simultaneously. Originally, she would solely use a single green-bladed lightsaber in combat, though would later use it alongside a yellowish-green shoto (a shorter-bladed lightsaber).

WEAPONS
Jar'Kai
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Aigis
Aigis is a character from the Persona sub-series of the Shin Megami Tensei franchise. She first debuted in the 2006 video game Persona 3.

Aigis is a seventh-generation Anti-Shadow Suppression Weapon, an android created by the Kirijo Group to experiment on Shadows and Personas. Aigis, thought by Shuji Ikutsuki to be the last of her kind after the project's cancellation, is later brought to Gekkoukan High School to act as the protagonist's bodyguard, and to join the Specialized Extracurricular Execution Squad to fight Shadows.

Aigis also appears as the main protagonist of The Answer, an epilogue to Persona 3 FES included in the PlayStation 2 port of the original Persona 3. Alongside the cast of Persona 4 and several other characters from Persona 3, she appears as a playable character in the Persona 4 Arena duology.

WEAPONS
Firearms
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Akane
Akane Kurashiki is a character from the Zero Escape franchise. She first debuted in the 2009 video game Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.

Akane is one of the co-founders of an organization known as Crash Keys, which was founded in order to prevent the outbreak of a deadly virus named Radical-6 set to occur in the year 2028 and take down the Free the Soul cult thought to be responsible for it. She is a SHIFTer who can access the morphogenetic field to send her consciousness across different timelines.

Throughout her entire life, Akane faced many challenges and hardships. When she was young her father was wrongly-convicted for the murder of a woman, and her mother killed herself out of grief soon after. Later in her childhood, Akane and her brother Aoi were kidnapped and forced to participate in morphogenetic field tests, the result of which would end up causing a paradox as, much like the Schrodinger's Cat theory, she would be both alive and dead at the same time.

WEAPONS
Chainsaw
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
Pistol
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Akihisa
Akihisa Yoshii is a character from the Baka and Test light novel series, which began in 2007.

Akihisa Yoshii is a student of Fumizuki Academy, whose faculty separate their students depending on their academic standing and they can compete with virtual Avatars (Shōkanjū) based off their test scores. One of the least-intelligent and dense students of this school, Aki attends Class F and his Avatar has a special ability that allows him to interact with physical objects, which allows him to be used as a grunt by the academy's faculty members. Because of this ability (which, as a side effect, also makes him feel the same pain as his Avatar would), Akihisa is more accustomed to using his Avatar than his classmates, and as such can wield it in ways that are not reflected by his grades.

Akihisa lives alone with his older sister Akira, as their parents work overseas but supply the two with funds to aid their living. Though Aki receives enough money to live a healthy lifestyle, he tends to be wasteful, often spending his limited funds on video games and manga, and thus leaving him to eat only cheap ramen.

WEAPONS
Avatar
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Alexandra
Alexandra Roivas is a character from the 2002 video game Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem.
WEAPONS
Gladius
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Tome
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
Shotgun
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Alfarīd
Alfarīd is a character from Japanese novel series The Heroic Legend of Arslan, with her appearance specifically based upon the 2014 anime adaption of that series.
WEAPONS
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Sword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Alisa
Alisa Illinichina Amiella is a character from the God Eater franchise. She first debuted in the 2011 video game God Eater Burst.
WEAPONS
God Arc
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Allen
Allen Walker is a character from the D.Gray-man manga series, which began syndication in 2004.
WEAPONS
Cross
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
Crown Clown
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Alvin
Alfred Vint Svent is a character from the Tales of franchise. He debuted in the 2011 video game Tales of Xillia.
WEAPONS
Broadsword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Amy
Amy Rose is a character from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. She debuted in the 1993 video game Sonic CD.
WEAPONS
Hammer
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Anne
Anne is a character from the 2015 video game Pokkén Tournament.
WEAPONS
Synergy Stone
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Shadow Stone
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Arslan
Arslan is a character from Japanese novel series The Heroic Legend of Arslan, with his appearance specifically based upon the 2014 anime adaption of that series.
WEAPONS
Royal Sword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
Spear
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Asuna
Asuna Yuuki is a character from the Sword Art Online light novel series, which began in 2009.
WEAPONS
Rapier
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Crest of Yggdrasil
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ayumi
Ayumi Shinozaki is a character from the Corpse Party franchise. She debuted in the 1996 video game Corpse Party.
WEAPONS
Tome
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
Candle
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Banjo
Banjo and Kazooie are two characters from the Banjo-Kazooie franchise. They first debuted in the 1998 video game Banjo-Kazooie.
WEAPONS
Wrench
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Backpack
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Batman
Batman is a character created by Bob Kane and Bill Finger for DC Comics. He first debuted in the 1939 comic Detective Comics #27, though his appearance is based on the live action television series that began airing in 1966.
WEAPONS
Batarang
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
Batzooka
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Birdo
Birdo is a character from the Mario franchise. She first debuted in the 1987 video game Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic.
WEAPONS
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Blake
Blake Belladonna is a character from the RWBY franchise. Her first appearance was in RWBY Volume 1, which aired in 2013.
WEAPONS
Gambol Shroud
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Blank
Sora and Shiro, collectively known as 『 』, are the main protagonists of the No Game No Life franchise. Both Sora and Shiro first appeared in the first volume of the No Game No Life light novel series: "It Seems Gamer Siblings Will Conquer a Fantasy World".

Sora and Shiro are NEET, hikikomori step-siblings well known in various online communities as 『 』, as they have a tendency to play four characters simultaneously that are all named 『 』, 『 001 』, 『 002 』, and 『 003 』. The two step-siblings are heavily dependent on each other, becoming despondent should they be separated by even a closed door. Though outcasts on Earth, their intellect garnered the attention of Tet, the God of an alternate game-based reality known as Disboard, where the two quickly became the rulers of the Elchean Kingdom and the Imanity race through a tournament set up by the late former-king of Elchea.

Sora was abandoned by his parents after a rough childhood, and as such he has a somewhat negative perception of humanity; placing all his faith in his step-sister Shiro. Despite being a shut-in, Sora is incredibly charismatic, and, after becoming one of the rulers of Elchea, shown to be a great and caring leader. While not as intelligent as his step-sister, Sora has a knack for predicting the movements of his opponents through their actions and facial expressions. He also has somewhat of a photographic memory, and although not a great liar, he is able to easily manipulate others into doing what he wants.

Shiro, though not as out-going or emotive as her step-brother, is far more intelligent; her IQ is nearly superhuman, as her parents had her perform government-regulated testing at a very young age. Fluent in eighteen languages, Shiro balances Sora out by being able to calculate endless amounts of possibilities in a short amount of time, being very mathematical and systematical in her gaming.

WEAPONS
Chesspiece
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
Werebeast Blaster
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Bowser
Bowser is a character from the Mario franchise. He first debuted in the 1985 video game Super Mario Bros.
WEAPONS
Bracelets
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
Chain Chomp
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
Wand
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Brad
Brad Armstrong is a character from the LISA franchise. He debuted in the 2014 video game LISA: The Painful.
WEAPONS
Joy
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Cal
Cal Devens is a character from the Phantom of Inferno franchise. She first debuted in the 2000 video game Phantom -PHANTOM OF INFERNO-.
WEAPONS
Pistol
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
Motorcycle
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Candace-2
The Candace Flynn that hails from the Second Dimension is a character from the Phineas and Ferb franchise. She first debuted in the 2011 made-for-TV animated film Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension.
WEAPONS
Bo Staff
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Chie
Chie Satonaka is a character from the Persona sub-series of the Shin Megami Tensei franchise. She first debuted in the 2008 video game Persona 4.
WEAPONS
Greaves
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Chisa
Chisa Yukizome is a character from the Danganronpa franchise. She first debuted in the 2016 anime series Danganronpa 3: The End of Hope's Peak Academy.
WEAPONS
Wakizashi
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Clover
Clover Field is a character from the Zero Escape franchise. She first debuted in the 2009 video game Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors.
WEAPONS
Axe
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Corvo
Corvo Attano is a character from the Dishonored franchise. He first debuted in the 2012 video game Dishonored.
WEAPONS
Flintlock Pistol
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
Crossbow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Daisy
WEAPONS
Tennis Racket
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Soccer Ball
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Dark Pit
WEAPONS
Staff
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
Palm
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
Cannon
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Daryun
WEAPONS
Spear
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
Long Sword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Diddy Kong
WEAPONS
Popgun
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
Guitar
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Edward
WEAPONS
Ray Gun
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
Wunderwaffe DG-2
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
Shield
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ein
WEAPONS
Pistol
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Elam
WEAPONS
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
Knife
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Elma
WEAPONS
Dual Guns
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Dual Swords
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Emi
WEAPONS
Sacred Sword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Funky Kong
WEAPONS
Surfboard
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
Pineapple Launcher
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Gaius
WEAPONS
Katana
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ganondorf
WEAPONS
Great Swords
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
Trident
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Gieve
WEAPONS
Oud
Tome 57 elemental icon - Water Water Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Water
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Hercules
WEAPONS
Ring
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Hiei
WEAPONS
Katana
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Himeko
WEAPONS
Bicycle
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Himiko
WEAPONS
Wand
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Hiyoko
WEAPONS
Paper Fan
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Homura
WEAPONS
Firearms
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
Bow
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ibuki
WEAPONS
Guitar
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Ultimate Imposter
WEAPONS
Skewer
Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire Fire Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Fire
Katana
Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness Darkness Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Darkness
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Inori
WEAPONS
Glove
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Itsuki
WEAPONS
Sword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Jude
WEAPONS
Bracers
Tome 57 elemental icon - Air Air Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Air
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Justine
WEAPONS
Gavel
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Kaede
WEAPONS
Knife
Tome 57 elemental icon - Light Light Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Light
Tentacles
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Kay
WEAPONS
Little Thief
Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth Earth Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Earth
COSTUMES
ACL Tome 57 character portal box - Kazuma
WEAPONS
Spirit Sword
Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma Plasma Element Tome 57 elemental icon - Plasma
COSTUMES