Laevateinn

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Laevateinn is one of the characters in the game Phantom of the Kill.

Description[edit | edit source]

Extremely powerful but lacks any kind of motivation. A wanderer at heart, she hates to be bound by anything. Her Killium comes from Laevateinn, the weapon said to have once burned the world to ashes.

Laevateinn (Myrmidon 2★)[edit | edit source]

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Myrmidon: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have set the world ablaze. She enjoys making unreasonable demands and watching people's confused reactions. She often makes unreasonable demands of the other Killer Princes and Princesses, and watches with a faint smile as her commander and the others try to cope with them. She also loves watching arguments that don't concern her."
Swordmaster: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have set the world ablaze. Her hobby is taking naps, and she's happiest of all when doing absolutely nothing. Rather than taking a nap in just any old place, what she really likes doing is sleeping next to someone who's working hard. She hates anything that makes her sweat, and seems to spend the majority of her time lying down."
True Blade: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have set the world ablaze. She has come to the realization that food tastes especially good when it has not been worked for. Despite her own laziness, she is moved by the fact there are Princes and Princesses who go out and work, and then come back and make dinner. Her stomach full, she'll now be sleeping happily until the following afternoon."
—Story for Laevateinn (Myrmidon 2★)

Laevateinn (Myrmidon 3★)[edit | edit source]

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Myrmidon: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have set the world ablaze at one point, and to be the only thing capable of slaying the brilliant rooster that sat atop the World Tree. She has distant memories of the bird, but not of slaying it, so it has become an odd obsession for her. Her general dislike for chicken could be due to this."
Swordmaster: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have once set the world ablaze. As the only weapon capable of killing the brilliant rooster that remains in her memories, she wants to slay it by her own hand at all costs. She has no interest in anything apart from this, and shows a complete lack of motivation for anything and everything."
True Blade: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have once set the world ablaze. The reason she is so fixated on the brilliant rooster in her memories is that she believes that if she can really defeat it, she will erase her memories of destroying the world, and thus be able to change her detached, solitary ways. Deep down, she understands that being alone is lonely."
—Story for Laevateinn (Myrmidon 3★)

Laevateinn (Dragoon 3★)[edit | edit source]

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Dragoon: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have once set the world ablaze. She hates being controlled, and because she finds both moving and talking a big hassle, there are no Killer Princes or Princesses that she's close with. Even if people make an effort to try and talk to her, she'll swiftly slip away. She has little contact with her commander either, and spends the vast majority of her time alone."
Arc Dragoon: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have once set the world ablaze. Although there are no Killer Princes or Princesses that she's close with, there do seem to be some that she feels rivalry towards. In particular, she has memories from her Killium of doing battle with Gungnir and Mjolnir, and because of this they keep each other in check. Laevateinn never voices this out loud, though."
—Story for Laevateinn (Dragoon 3★)

Laevateinn (Swimsuit 4★)[edit | edit source]

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Swordmaster: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have set the world ablaze. Though she does not mind swimming, its physically demanding nature means she must rest at least 18 hours after each session. Having become addicted to the soda-flavored popsicles sold by the lakeside, Laevateinn can often be heard on missions complaining that she'd rather be eating or napping."
True Blade: "Despite the infinite potential she possesses, she is a slacker at heart, a rootless wanderer who shuns the idea of being tied down. The source of her Killium is Laevateinn, the sword said to have set the world ablaze. She has apparently named the rubber duck floating in the water by her feet "Vidofnir." When they were purchasing equipment for their underwater battle, she refused to leave the shop until the commander bought it for her."
—Story for Laevateinn (Swimsuit 4★)

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