How to Fuse
|Fusion Range||Demon||Level||Cost||Success Rate|
|Triple Fusion||Pallas Athena||76||?||22%|
- Main article: Hathor
The cow-headed goddess of motherly love and good luck in Egyptian mythology. She is the mother and also the wife of Horus, the sun god. She is identified with the Greek goddess Aphrodite. Hathor has many other names as well, including "Lady of the Temple of Birth" and "Mother of Gods and Men."
Hathor was the second-most widely worshiped goddess in Egypt, after Isis. Cleopatra was a fervent devotee, and today the Temple of Hathor still stands.
- Main article: Ameno-Uzume
Ame-no-Uzume-no-mikoto is the goddess of dawn and revelry in the Shinto religion of Japan. She famously relates to the tale of the missing sun deity, Amaterasu Omikami. Her name can also be pronounced as Ama-no-Uzume.
- Main article: Sarasvati
The Hindu goddess of all knowledge. Her domain includes oration, learning, music, and the arts. Her name means "the one who flows" in Sanskrit, but it derives from her status as an incarnation of the Sarasvati River, one of the three sacred rivers of India.
For this reason, she is also known as the goddess of water and good harvests.
Born from the body of the creator god Brahma, Sarasvati was so beautiful that Brahma wanted her for his own wife, but Sarasvati refused him. However, Brama created four faces to surround Sarasvati and one above her with six eyes that all pursued her as she fled. At last, she relented and became his wife.
- Main article: Freya
Freya is a major goddess in Norse Paganism. Freya is portrayed as a goddess of love, beauty, and fertility. Blonde, blue-eyed, and beautiful, Freya is described as the fairest of all goddesses, and people prayed to her for happiness in love. She was also called on to assist childbirths and prayed to for good seasons.
Freya was also associated with war, battle, death, magic, prophecy, and wealth. She is cited as receiving half of the dead lost in battle in her hall Folkvangr, whereas Odin would receive the other half at Valhalla.
- Main article: Fortuna
- Main article: Sati
A goddess in Indian mythology, the first consort of the god Shiva. She is a grandchild of Brahma, one of the supreme Indian deities.
Sati's father Daksha, a son of Brahma, worshiped the supreme deity Vishnu and despised Shiva, who was a supreme god in his own right. When Shiva was not invited to Sati's betrothal, he suddenly appeared and caught the garland she threw, thus sealing their union.
Later, when Daksha held a sacrifice and invited the gods, Shiva was again the only one not invited. Outraged, Sati protested to defend her husband's honor, but was ridiculed by the gods. She then committed suicide by self-immolation.
Upon hearing of this, Shiva become enraged and wailed in grief. Sati was later reincarnated as Parvati and once again became Shiva's consort.
- Main article: Scathach
The Lady of Shadows and teacher of Cu Chulainn. famous for having given him the spear Gae Bolg. Scathach is a wizard also skilled in the martial arts, and many have headed for the Land of Shadows to receive her training.
She has two sons, both of whom are expert fighters.
Although considered the top wizard-fighter in the Land of Shadows, her twin sister Aife is said to be her equal in combat.
The Lady of the Lake from Arthurian legend is said the be based on Scathach.
- Main article: Norn
- Main article: Pallas Athena
A goddess in Greek mythology revered as the Goddess of War, Skill, Strategy and Weaving. She is the virgin patron of Athens, and is honored at the Parthenon.
She has aided numerous heroes such as Heracles and Perseus, and supported the Greeks during the Trojan War.
Althought her given name is Athena, she adopted the name of her friend Pallas after killing him in battle. It was at this time that Zeus gave her the Aegis, a peice of armor capable of protecting her from all evil and disaster.
Althought Perseus' conquest of Medusa is well known, Medusa was originally a ravishing woman with beautiful hair. She was so enamored with herself that she boasted on day that her hair was more beautiful then that of even Athena. In a fit of rage, Athena turned Medusa's hair into snakes that would turn anyone who looked at them into stone. Still unsatisfied, Athena had Perseus slay Medusa and is then said to have fitted Medusa's head into the Aegis to make it even more powerful.
- Main article: Lakshmi
- Main article: Anat
|By Alignment||Law||Seraphim • Entity • Demon God • Vile • Avian • Goddess • Heavenly God • Raptor • Divine • Evil Demon • Wild Bird • Yoma • Earth Element • Machine|
|Neutral||Reaper • Holy Beast • Beast • Fairy • Elemental • Fiend • Demigod • Wilder • Dragon King • Nocturne • Godly Beast|
|Chaos||Foul • Brute • Haunt • Dragon • Fallen Angel • Femme • Nation Ruler • Earth Mother • Evil Dragon • Guardian • Destroyer • Tyrant • Gaian|
|By Species||Gods||Demon God • Goddess • Entity|
|Aerials||Seraphim • Divine • Fallen Angel|
|Guardians||Vile • Heavenly God • Reaper • Nation Ruler • Earth Mother • Guardian • Destroyer|
|Demoniacs||Evil Demon • Earth Element • Brute • Femme|
|Dragons||Dragon King • Dragon • Evil Dragon|
|Magica||Yoma • Fairy • Demigod • Nocturne • Tyrant|
|Birds||Avian • Raptor • Wild Bird|
|Beasts||Holy Beast • Beast • Wilder • Godly Beast|
|Humans||Fiend • Gaian|