You – General Akamoto
Tough as nails and harder than steel-reinforced concrete, General Akamoto is an unflappable, honor-bound general with his sights set on revenge.
Stone-faced, practical, and focused on his career even in death, he’s a genius, pragmatic commander. Just make sure he’s closely guarded at all times… If he falls in battle, it’s game over!
The Enemy – Kurokawa
Akamoto’s second-in-command, Kurokawa was a good warrior, but also a petty hothead and a backstabber, burning with jealousy over Akamoto’s prowess on the battlefield.
Their score will be settled in the Land of the Dead…
Big, beefy, and boasting a spectacular lack of intelligence, the infantry are your typical frontline jarheads, inflicting (and receiving) massive amounts of damage. They’re disposable – and they know it.
Honor! Glory! Prestige! The Archer cares about none of these things, opting instead to hang out in the back of the line and casually pick off enemies, cackling hysterically from a safe distance as their frustrated opponents gurgle their last breaths.
Prim and proper, the Cavalry are all about horseback recon, and are masters of closing the distance and striking… followed by getting the heck out of there.
Silent and enigmatic, the Crow Monk can summon the Wind God Fujin to blast unlucky foes off Cliffs to their doom.
He’s an unarmored pyromaniac who loves fighting dirty and lighting up enemies from afar.
He is a devout pacifist who heal allies while waxing rhetorical about the history of the universe. Don’t get him started.
Spring Goddess Sakura
Sweet and sexy, Sakura is a high-society cherry tree princess with a big crush on General Akamoto.
Summer God Raiden
A psychopath who adores chaos and destruction. Whoever gave him lightning powers clearly wasn’t thinking straight.
Fall God Fujin
Raiden’s mild-mannered brother. He speaks in riddles and controls the wind, making him an important ally.
Winter Goddess Yuki
Cold and twisted, Yuki is perfectly suited as the winter goddess. She’s the girl you always wanted to date, but you’re secretly glad you didn’t.