Eternals

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These characters are obtained from fully upgrading a revenant weapon. See Revenant Weapons for more details.

Guild Wars characters[edit]

Image Name Element Type Race Preferred Weapon Max HP Max ATK Voice Actor
Anre A.png Anre Label Element Water.png Label Type Defense.png Label Race Harvin.png Label Weapon Spear.png 1911 8911 Ryuusei Nakao
Tweyen A.png Tweyen Label Element Light.png Label Type Balance.png Label Race Human.png Label Weapon Bow.png 1822 9522 Yuko Minaguchi
Threo A.png Threo Label Element Earth.png Label Type Attack.png Label Race Draph.png Label Weapon Axe.png
Label Weapon Sabre.png
1533 11333 Minami Takayama
Feower A.png Feower Label Element Water.png Label Type Special.png Label Race Erune.png Label Weapon Dagger.png 1344 8844 Jun Fukuyama
Fif A.png Fif Label Element Light.png Label Type Heal.png Label Race Harvin.png Label Weapon Staff.png 1855 8055 Wasabi Mizuta
Seox A.png Seox Label Element Dark.png Label Type Attack.png Label Race Erune.png Label Weapon Melee.png 1666 6666 Nobuyuki Hiyama
Seofon A.png Seofon Label Element Wind.png Label Type Attack.png Label Race Human.png Label Weapon Sabre.png 1477 10777 Junichi Suwabe
Eahta A.png Eahta Label Element Earth.png Label Type Attack.png Label Race Draph.png Label Weapon Katana.png 1788 10788 Takashi Tanaka (as Banjo Ginga)
Niyon A.png Niyon Label Element Wind.png Label Type Special.png Label Race Harvin.png Label Weapon Harp.png 1299 10399 Yukana
Tien A.png Tien Label Element Fire.png Label Type Balance.png Label Race Erune.png Label Weapon Gun.png 1600 8200 Rina Satou

Notes[edit]

Each character's name in Japanese is a number in a non-Japanese language.

  1. Anre - Uno: Spanish for "one"
  2. Tweyen - Song: Thai for "two"
  3. Threo - Sarasa: possibly Arabic (thalaatha) for "three"
  4. Feower - Quatre: French for "four"
  5. Fif - Fünf: German for "five"
  6. Seox - Six: both English and French for "six"
  7. Seofon - Siete: Spanish for "seven"
  8. Eahta - Octo: Latin for "eight"
  9. Niyon - Nio: Swedish for "nine"
  10. Tien - Esser: Hebrew for "ten"