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Blood Sign Waltraute

The other Waltraute

Yamata no Orochi BS

Yamata-no-Orochi, a Divine-class Material, melts the Baby Magnum's armor in the crossover

Summary

Divine-class Materials are the gods and monsters of legend. They cannot be summoned through normal means, and during a battle, a summoner must first summon 100 Regulation-classes before starting to summon Divine-classes. Summoning 50 Divine-classes allows a summoner to summon an Unexplored-class Material.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 8-B

Name: Depends on the Material

Origin: The Unexplored Summon://Blood Sign

Gender: Depends

Age: Unknown

Classification: Material

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, invulnerability to conventional weapons and pure physical damage, capable of fighting spiritual beings like ghosts. An individual Material' abilities may vary, with some having Breath Attack, Energy Manipulation, Fire Manipulation, Air Manipulation, Electricity Manipulation, Poison Manipulation, Flight, Invisibility, Mind Manipulation, etc

Attack Potency: At least City Block level (Divine-class Materials are far superior to any Regulation-class Material, Fafnir and Yamata-no-Orochi caused great destruction in a harbor and destroyed a giant warehouse just by collapsing forwards, Leviathan easily bit a submarine in half)

Speed: Subsonic (Far superior to Regulation-class Materials, can move too fast to be tracked by human kinetic vision)

Lifting Strength: At least Class 10, likely higher (Even the Original Series, the weakest Materials, can flip over a military armored truck)

Striking Strength: At least City Block Class

Durability: At least City Block level (Can trade blows with other Materials of the same cost level)

Stamina: High

Range: Depends

Standard Equipment: Varies

Intelligence: Materials are driven by their desires which can vary from Material to Material. The vessel being possessed by them can guide those desires to aim the Material at the enemy

Weaknesses: They'll be automatically destroyed if the Silhouette inside their body containing the vessel's mind is destroyed, Materials can't overcome a sound range disadvantage unless there is a large difference in the cost levels of the two Materials (10 or more)

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Invulnerability: Materials freely defy the laws of physics and achieve results not even a large army can, and they cannot be harmed by conventional methods such as thermobaric warheads or laser bombardments. Normal weapons are useless once a summoning battle starts and summoners call in a Material, as they cannot harm a Material or a summoner defended by their protective circle. Thus, the only counter is for another summoner to step up and summon their own Material.

The following is a list of named Divine-class Materials:

Name Cost Sound Range Description
Asp 3 Low An extremely venomous snake that puts its prey to sleep with its gaze and then finishes them off with its unavoidable venomous fangs. This precision-guided assassin can be controlled by a curse and sent after the desired target.
Set 3 High A tall dark figure spoken of in Egyptian mythology. This evil usurper god is the symbol of injustice who rules over dryness and darkness. He had killed Osiris, ruler of the underworld, and temporarily taken his throne. A black god who rules over thirst which symbolizes death in the desert, his silhouette can crumble into a deadly mist that dries up everything it touches.
Odin 4 Low The spear-wielding head of the Norse gods and magic king of Norse Mythology who tore out one of his eyes to offer it in a spring and hanged himself.
Loki 4 Middle A traitor from within the Aesir in Norse Mythology. A liar god who created many of the gods’ enemies, used his words to befuddle enemy and ally alike, and attacked Asgard with an evil army during the final battle of Ragnarok.
Zeus 4 High The wild head of the Greek gods who cut open his father’s stomach to rescue his many brothers.
Hydra 5 Low No description given.
Fafnir 6 N/A A giant dragon with golden eyes, several dozen meters tall.
Garuda 6 Low A giant bird from Hindu mythology, the mount of Vishnu and the enemy of all snakes.
Freyja 6 Low A goddess from Norse Mythology who is a goddess of beauty and fertility and who controls half of heaven’s army.
Hecate 6 Low A 3-headed goddess from Greek mythology and the ancestor of all witches. She rules over the moon, the night, and the underworld. Most importantly, she gives power to women and grants them the strength to protect themselves.
Achlis 6 Low A quadrupedal holy beast that gained divine speed in exchange for never being able to get back up if it fell down even once in the arctic land in which it lived.
Lilith 6 Middle A beautiful blonde woman with ribbons around her body that has a black mass below her feet like a big wave. That mass is actually a collection of thousands if not tens of thousands of snakes.
Remora 6 Middle A monstrous fish that will latch onto the bottom of a ship and stops it from moving, no matter how large the ship is. Then that marine grim reaper will bewitch the crew into leaping into the ocean.
Phenix 6 Low A spirit bird that is reborn in fire about every 500 years and gained eternal life through its continual rebirth. Legends of that transcender of life are said to be passed down from Egypt but there are no such legends there and its origins are wrapped in mystery.
Nidhogg 7 Low A fifteen-meter pitch black dragon with crimson eyes that can spit an ink-like black light from its maw.
Minerva 7 Middle A virgin god that was the protector of the ancient city of Rome who had appeared as a fully-armed maiden from the forehead of Jupiter.
Pyrallis 8 Low The ruler of a volcano crater welling with red-hot boiling copper, a minute insect with a dragon’s head, four legs, and beautiful wings.
Bonnacon 8 Middle A quadrupedal beast that causes chemical burns with a wide spray of its own filth. A single attack can cause damage to an entire theatre.
Sleipnir 8 Middle Odin's beloved steed.
Kerberos 8 Middle A giant black dog with three heads. The faithful guard dog of the underworld in Greek Mythology whose original Greek name begins with a K. The orange sparks spilling from the gaps in its violently uneven teeth are reminiscent of the heat at the depths of the earth.
Cabrakan 8 Middle A giant colossus from Mayan Mythology whose 8-letter name begins with C and refers to earthquakes
Leviathan 9 N/A A giant monstrous fish easily over fifty meters long and covered in eerie scales that shine a leaden color, it can freely swim through the sky as easily as it swims in water.
Cernunnos 9 Middle The Celtic god of hunting and ruler of the underworld. The fierce, 2 meters tall male god has a pair of animal horns as a symbol of life.
Caladrius 9 High A white holy bird that can absorb the illness from someone’s body. This master of purification has the power to swallow evil and will not allow anything else to follow it.
Waltraute 9 High The fourth of the nine Valkyrie sisters in Norse Mythology. Her name means courage on the battlefield. She wields a long cross spear and a diamond-shaped shield. The legends state that Fourth Sister Waltraute had escaped detection by the gods to visit Eldest Sister Brunhild and tell her of a threat to the world, and she is indeed able to vanish into thin air, turning invisible.
Prometheus 10 Middle A large man with a large chain attached to his body. The hero of civilization in Greek Mythology. A superficial being who stole fire, the secret of the gods, and gave it to man, which ultimately led to the misfortunes of Pandora’s Box reaching the entire human race. When he roars, the flames that symbolize his great sin burst from all of his joints to scatter in every direction.
Hermes-Thot 10 High A dog-headed god that gained a new name and power after mixing the Ancient Egyptian god of judgment with Hermes of Greece.
Amphisbaena 11 Middle A venomous snake with a head at each end to more efficiently spread the powerful venom brewed in its body. This user of evil intoxication is powerful enough to hold a position opposite that of the god of alcohol.
Tlazolteotl 11 High A beautiful half-naked woman who is adorned with countless feathers that leave most of her brown skin exposed. The Aztecs knew her as an impure sexual demon of beauty and love, but also as a goddess who absorbed the malice and hatred from human souls and carried it in their stead. She changed from a young girl to an old woman with the waxing and waning of the moon, she devoured human sin, and she stood on the front line as a god of war. This many-faced goddess is said to be the death brought by lust and the mother of all things. She can fire a beam of what looks like concentrated moonlight.
Quetzalcoatl 12 Low The great white feathered winged serpent from Aztec Mythology that wraps around a great evil to endlessly create and destroy new worlds.
Yamata-no-Orochi 14 Middle A monstrous multi-headed serpent with green eyes, several dozen meters tall. A river, steel, and fire serpent, it can release a powerful beam of light rivaling a nuke in power.
Mephistopheles 14 Middle A demon of an unknown source that was later given the name Mephistopheles.
Rumpelstiltskin 15 Middle A thumb-sized dwarf that had only left his name as a fairy in a fairy tale, rather than a divine figure from a world religion or mythology.
Surtr N/A N/A A ten meter giant with crimson eyes wielding a burning magic sword.
Indra N/A N/A A great man with golden eyes who summons lightning with a vajra.
Erinyes N/A N/A Three red-eyed sisters known as goddesses of revenge
Tezcatlipoca N/A N/A A golden-eyed god of death known as the smoky mirror.
Hræsvelgr N/A N/A A giant bird that produces all the world’s winds.
Māui N/A N/A A hero who had fished up an island in the southern sea.
Takemikazuchi N/A N/A No description given.
Poseidon N/A N/A The trident king of Greek mythology whose name begins with a P and who rules the sea.
Lugh N/A N/A The light king of Celtic mythology whose name begins with an L and who excels at using projectiles.
Chernobog N/A N/A The black king of Slavic mythology whose name begins with a C and who rules over death and the underworld.

Other Divine-classes described in passing are a sea dragon (Famous in the Pacific, with an 8-letter name that begins with T, related to the creation myth of the vast ocean, the legends claim it had created the land and the islands), and the archangels of a certain monotheistic religion.

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