| Platinum || |
| Formal Attire of|
|Lv90||2505||626|| 390|| N/A|
|Name & Effect (edit info)|
| For 10 seconds, attack|
increases by Xx. Attack increases
by another 1.5x against weakening targets
and stops them for 10 seconds.
| 1 ||1.8||54|
| 2 ||1.9||53|
| 3 ||2.0||52|
| 4 ||2.1||51|
| 5 ||2.2||50|
Skill Awakening Edit
|Normal||Beast-Binding Chain Leyding||For 10 seconds, attack increases by 2.2x. Attack increases by another 1.5x against weakening targets and stops them for 10 seconds.||50||25|
|Awakened||Chain-Sword of Commandment Dromi||Attack increases by 2.0x against weakening targets + prioritizes weakening target enemies. Gain ranged attacks (260) that slow enemies (80% slow for 50 frames). Unlimited duration.||65||32.5|
| Beast Breaker|
|Completely negates status effects.||
| Formal Attire of Beast-Hunting|
| Completely negates status effects.
50% chance to evade physical attacks.
Class Attributes Edit
|Class Name (edit info)||Traits/Effects||Notes|
| Monster Breaker|| Weakens certain types of enemies.||
Quotes - highlight the pink lines to see them. Edit
|30%||Fully clothed, Kneeling, Fellatio|
|100%||Nude, Missionary, Hand Grab (virgin)|
Awakening Materials Edit
|Required units (edit info)||
|Platinum||200,000G||2 x Berserker orb & 2 x High Bishop orb|
Leyding (Loeðing) was the 1st of the 3 fetters made in order to bind Fenrir in the Norse Mythology.
"The gods prepared three fetters: The first, greatly strong, was called Leyding. They brought Leyding to Fenrir and suggested that the wolf try his strength with it. Fenrir judged that it was not beyond his strength, and so let the gods do what they wanted with it. At Fenrir's first kick the bind snapped, and Fenrir loosened himself from Leyding."
Dromi (Drómi) was the 2nd of the 3 fetters made in order to bind Fenrir in the Norse Mythology.
"The gods made a second fetter, twice as strong, and named it Dromi (Drómi). The gods asked Fenrir to try the new fetter, and that should he break this feat of engineering, Fenrir would achieve great fame for his strength. Fenrir considered that the fetter was very strong, yet also that his strength had grown since he broke Leyding, yet that he would have to take some risks if he were to become famous. Fenrir allowed them to place the fetter. When the Æsir exclaimed that they were ready, Fenrir shook himself, knocked the fetter to the ground, strained hard, and kicking with his feet, snapped the fetter – breaking it into pieces that flew far into the distance."
|Versions||Base · AW · A Ver.|