"True strength comes from the heart," one human told her. But Agatha didn't believe him. "If that's the case, then I'd rather be weak," she decided. She was desperate to avoid tasting the humiliating sting of defeat again, both on land and at sea. Her lone defeat had plunged her soul into turmoil. Thus, when she caught wind of the existence of golden apples imbued with immense power, she decided to venture onto land once more... Slaying all who stood between her and the promise of strength untold.


See Agatha, Raging Sea Knight.

Additional InformationEdit

Artwork by J. Otto Szatmari.

Name OriginEdit

AgathaAgata, or Ágata is a feminine given name derived from the Ancient Greek word ἀγαθός (agathos), meaning good.

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