|Voice Actor||Showtaro Morikubo|
|Combo Call Name|
|First HalfUsed when this summon is called first in the combo.||No Mere|
|Second HalfUsed when this summon is called second in the combo.||Duck|
|A divine fowl with the ability to reflect the human heart like a mirror. Gaze upon its shining form with respect, and have your soul cleansed. Gaze upon its shining form with impudence, and you would do well to watch your back.|
|Aura - Hamsa's Aura|
|80% boost to Wind ATK / 10% boost to Wind allies' HP|
|100% boost to Wind ATK / 10% boost to Wind allies' HP|
|110% boost to Wind ATK / 20% boost to Wind allies' HP|
|Call - Wings of Light||Initial Cooldown||Cooldown on Call|
|Massive Wind damage to all foes and remove 1 buff. Inflictand for 3 turns.||9T9-turn cooldown at the start of battle.||9T9-turn cooldown upon call.|
|800% Wind damage to all foes and remove 1 buff. Inflictand for 3 turns.||3T3-turn cooldown at the start of battle.||6T6-turn cooldown.|
- The hamsa (Sanskrit: हंस, haṃsa or hansa) is an aquatic bird of passage, such as a goose or a swan. Its icon is used in Indian and Southeast Asian culture as a spiritual symbol and a decorative element. It is vahana of Lord Brahma Gayatri, Saraswati and Lord Vishvakarma.
- The maiden on Hamsa's back may be Saraswati, the Hindu goddess of knowledge, music, art, wisdom and learning worshiped throughout Nepal and India. It is said that Saraswati used a hamsa as a mount. However, her identity is unconfirmed within the Granblue Fantasy universe.
Rage of Bahamut
Hamsa [Sacred Bird]
Sacred Wing Hamsa [真聖鳥]
Anniversary Hamsa [心鏡]
Training Hamsa [筋鳥]
Bacchus & Hamsa [酔神鳥]
New Year Hamsa [羽闘]
Fanfare: Gain +X/+0. X equals the attack of the strongest enemy follower in play.
|Card Pack||Rise of Bahamut|