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Lady Gaia is the Goddess of Life and Death from Xenia that was encountered in the Forest of Life and held the Orb of Life. Her attributes also include Nature.

Background

There is nothing else known about Gaia other than being one of the native guardians that had existed in Xenia who took a fragment of the shattered Soul Stone and became a god. She seemingly has an intimate relationship with the God of Destruction, Lord Perseo, and was rumored that he made incredibly durable accessories from an unidentifiable mineral for her whom he loves.


Story

Temple of Destruction

Gaia attempted to seal her powers away by merging herself with her tree, Rukkha. However, that failed when Thanatos corrupted it. The tree and the goddess began to connect even more, and Perseo feared this. He immediately dispatched the Grand Chase to her forest to free her.

Forest of Life

After getting saved, Gaia granted the Grand Chase the Orb of Life and wished them luck against the epic battle with the Ascendant God.

in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser

Gaia was mentioned in EP 2: Disappeared Words of Amy's Likability.


Trivia

Alternate concept art of Gaia.

Vadil in Grand Chase: The Cellular Game.

  • Despite appearing in the dialogues, Gaia was not shown in the game itself.
  • Gaia has an alternate concept design that was used in the Brazilian server and had also appeared in Grand Chase 2.
    • Oddly enough, however, the same artwork was previously used for the character Vadil in Grand Chase: The Cellular Game, and that it matches her counterpart in the manhwa.
  • Along with Starkiln, Gaia is the only deity that did not have a personal soundtrack.
    • In Gaia's case, it is because she is never fought.
  • It is suggested that Gaia and Perseo are a couple. Elesis also tried to ask Gaia about this, but she quickly dropped the subject.
    • According to the Naver blog, Gaia would lose her life sometime in the future and Perseo was willing to sell his soul just to revive her.
  • Gaia was named after the eponymous goddess personifying the Earth in Greek mythology.


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