- Not very powerful, but...
- Plasmalogical: Collects energy in plasma spheres, then releases it in a large explosion.
- Bloody Vortex: Darkness overwhelms enemies.
- Chapter 10, Verse 3
This chest is out in the open on the 2nd floor. Note that you can ONLY get this upon replaying the stage after getting Poisontongue.
- White Dance: The standard five-hit attack combination for all spears.
- Hallowed Blade: A seven-hit attack combination in which Eris throws enemies into the air and slices them with wide, sweeping area attacks.
- White Flash: Eris uses an unblockable 360-degree sweeping attack in this four-hit attack combination.
- Heavenstrike: In this six-hit attack combination, Eris performs wide-sweeping attacks and slashes downward to crush the enemies around her, doing a great deal of damage.
Queen Brunhilde, daugter of Visigoth king Athanagild, was wife to Sigebert I of Austrasia, and ruled the kingdom as regent in her son's name after the death of the king.
Neighboring Neustria was ruled by Chilperic I and Queen Fredegunde. Seeking to expand their kingdom at the expense of their neighbour, they had Sigebert assassinated.
This sparked a long and bloody feud between the two kingdoms. The rift between the countries deepened as the Brunhilde's and Fredegunde's relatives were murdered one by one.
Eventually, Brunhilde was betrayed while attending peace negotiations, and was sentenced to death by Chlotar II. This is the pole axe that was used to chop off her head.
Neustria’s King Chilperich I ended the long confrontation with Astracia by agreeing to the marriage of his second son, Alfonstein, to Fonpadel, the third daughter of Sigibert I, king of Austracia.
All was peaceful between Neustria and Austracia until Sigibert I’s heir Almabar, missing since his tour of the Western Gothic land of Aunatras, returned to claim the throne.
Almabar killed his mother, Brunhilda, then confronted King Chilperich’s widow, Fredegunde, who had planned to assassinate him, and claimed that Fonpadel and Alsonstein’s marriage was illegitimate. He then declared war against Fredegunde’s eldest son, King Clotair II of Neustria.
The battle began in the northern Austracian land of Vyomar. Almabar led his Austracian army to victory over the Neustrians.
Fredegunde was captured at the castle, and executed by the same axe used to behead Brunhilde.