A lieutenant in the Royal Army, Ethana loyally serves Kelb; however, she is somewhat more open minded toward Jil and the Climbers and supports Jil’s quest by providing him a bag of gold in hopes of recruiting more Climbers. In the epilogue, one of the climbers accompanying Fatina and Utu is wearing gold armor and could possibly be Kum as he was a survivor of the Golden Knights. Jil and combined efforts of the remaining Climbers manage to successfully defeat Druaga, but the Blue Crystal Rod turns out to only be a key that allows access to a second Tower. His appearance is youthful, as befits his narcissistic self-image. Although physically created by Druaga’s curse, as a means of ensnaring Gil into Succubus’ plot to destroy the gods, the shadow’s mind is in fact a perfect reflection of Gil’s own and an expression of his own inner rage at being denied the life he wanted to live.
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Her purse has a strap made of an expensive leather that she carries as a reminder of her goal she informs Jil she wanted a belt of it, but could not afford it. A soldier who serves under Ethana and acts as her messenger. She uses a long wand which requires her to place small runes into a slot at the top and recite various chants to perform certain spells. Ultimately, she joins the others in the fight against the shadow. Girls from a group of female climbers who originally tried to ascend the Tower of Druaga after Kaaya, Melt, Coopa, and Ahmey convince other climbers to ascend after Jil realizes defeating Druaga will require more climbers.
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He claims to be climbing the tower in order to use the Blue Crystal Rod to restore his status, surround himself with women, destroy all the things he finds unpleasant, and various other self-satisfying desires. Fatkna her initial reticence, Ahmey later reveals a more feminine and naive side to her companions.
She appears with Ki as they both observe the progress of druagx Climbers. While she tends to announce the contents of the meals she makes, she makes no effort to hide what she uses if asked.
She is killed by Neeba when Gremica confronts him and reveals the existence of the Succubus. He is strong willed, determined and has deep fantasies about being a revered champion. Druaga is considerably weaker than before and his defeat yields the key to the Upper Tower. However, she quickly abandons them to find Neeba, though is forced to leave the Tower when he takes control of the Tower. Though she initially appears as their ally, she admits to being a spy for Amina and she has been assigned to recover the four missing knights from Pazuzu’s coffins and protect the king’s shadow.
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Gremica eventually suggests an alliance with Jil and his friends in order to stop Neeba and the Succubus from taking control of the Tower.
As such, she orders Henaro to recover Pazuzu’s four rower knights and encourages propaganda that portrays Gilgamesh as a noble hero, even as war and rebellion become imminent as a result of Gilgamesh’s erratic actions. In the end credits she is shown to be marrying Kelb. In season one Utu’s face remained either covered by his helmet or otherwise obscured. He appears arrogant and ruthless, going as far as destroying buildings of commoners to find Ki and holding Coopa hostage to ensure Melt’s cooperation, but actually has a good heart and is somewhat lonely.
Its malignantly narcissistic beliefs are held in compensation for Gil’s own sense of personal vulnerability before the requirements of social duty, the same which have denied him the opportunity to live as he wanted. Jil and combined efforts of the remaining Climbers manage to successfully defeat Druaga, but the Blue Crystal Rod turns out to only be a key that allows access to a second Tower. The four knights released from the coffins that Pazuzu attempted to keep hidden throughout Aegis of Uruk.
These are characters from The Tower of Druagathe game on which the rest of the series is based. When King Gilgamesh learns from his shadow that Kaaya has been captured, Gilgamesh kills Amina in a fit of rage after Amina reveals that she towef to stop his shadow from being killed in order to ensure Uruk would continue to have a strong immortal king. She is later seen unchained at Kelb’s tavern.
With Amina’s death, Shiera appears to take her superior’s place in observing and dealing with the revolt led by Ethana. In the past, he survived an assassination attempt that apparently Jil tried to foil in vain. Ahmey is killed while fighting Druaga.
In and out of combat, Coopa is shown to have enormous strength for her stature. She ascends the Tower in hopes of capturing Ki, who Gremica believes will be key to her goals. She meets Jil after he injures himself fighting a group of Fatona, and she takes him to her house and heals his wounds. Coopa has little direct relation to combat, more often utilizing her domestic abilities to support the party by providing them with nutritional meals made from a combination of rations and monster meat.