|“|| Solitude and chaos, for all eternity.
Undine (water) and Salamander (fire) are two elemental spirits and are Arioch's pact partners.
When Arioch was at the brink of death in an Imperial prison, these two spirits appeared before her and convinced the mad elf to forge a pact. The price for this pact was her fertility, and the seal would be located on her abdomen. These two elemental spirits take the form of two floating orbs of fire and water, respectively. Similar to Angelus, the two spirits speak in their partner's stead, as Arioch is mentally broken and is unable to speak of anything relevant. They sealed their pact with Arioch because of her overly powerful "negative emotions".
the Anguish of an unsmiling Watcher
Arioch follows Caim until the eventual sealing ceremony performed upon the red dragon by Verdelet. Both the spirits and Arioch live on.
flowers for the Broken spirit
Arioch follows Caim until the eventual defeat of the monstrous Furiae and the awakening of her clones. It is unlikely that she or her pact-beasts survive this apocalyptic event.
a Companion's eternal farewell
Arioch follows Caim until the eventual defeat of Angelus and the uprising of the dragons. It is unlikely that she or her pact-beasts survive this apocalyptic event.,
The death of the High Priestess causes the Sky Fortress to collapse, killing the Goddess in the process. Manah's death angers the Watchers, as all order in the world begins to collapse with the final seal's destruction. The Watchers descend from the crimson sky, along with their leader, the Queen-beast. As Caim's party hurries to defeat the Queen-beast, they are surrounded by a horde of Watchers. After she kills and devours one of them, Arioch is thrilled at the prospect of feeding several children at once and willingly offers herself to the giant infants. They eat her alive, her last breaths spent uttering mad cries of pleasure. Her death inevitably led to the demise of her pact-beasts.
Undine and Salamander are never seen apart from one another and never share different opinions. They appear to share a singular mind; when they speak it is in unison or alternating. While Salamander has a strict and masculine way of talking and Undine sounds more feminine, they do not have real genders. They also seem to be devoid of emotions as they don't seem concerned about the safety of their pact-partner.
As the great spirits of water and fire respectively, they possess the ability to manipulate these elements.
- Throughout the entire game, Undine and Salamander only appear 4 times (3 times with dialogue).
- They are two of the four elementals, the others being Sylph (wind) and Gnome (earth).