Ethel Eisenhardt (エセル・エイゼンハルト, Eseru Eizenharuto), also referred to as Chakravartin (
Chakravartin's rise to power was first predicted by King Faust shortly before Daybreak, who had recurring nightmares about the "eggplant-haired menace" and attempted to add language to their constitution forbidding "unruly teenage girls with an unironic love for terrible movies" from becoming the ruler of Edolas. Unfortunately for the world, Faust's fears were dismissed as part of his growing senility. As civilization began to collapse after the existence of Espers was revealed to the non-magic masses, causing war with a race whom didn't have a high opinion of humanity with superior powers to them to drive the normal people into a worldwide panic. Soon after, before the government was deposed, out of nowhere, Chakravartin became the new Exalted One of Edolas, after slaying the king whom ran the world to death by punching him with enough force to cover the moon with his blood, she passed several dangerously stupid policies, like replacing tap water with gatorade and making the new national anthem a recording of her rambling about her favourite movies such as Con Air and Ghost Rider into a microphone, but her laws would eventually culminate in the genocidal bill known as the Hilarocaust, where anyone whom didn't laugh at her awful jokes would be sent to concentration camps, forced to watch Nicholas Cage movies until they genuinely enjoyed his acting, and if not, burnt alive. The Hilarocaust would end up killing twenty trillion people.
In Daybreak S1, Excellen Kilekion, during her and Tsuruko Sejren's trip to Edolas after being convinced by the latter to find her biological family, after seeing what was going on in the dimension, eventually challenged Chakravartin to a fight atop the royal castle in the capital, which Chakravartin accepted, as she viewed Excellen as a cocky child whom failed to give her the respect she deserved. Naturally, this didn't end well – Excellen was almost killed before Tsuruko jumped into the fray, and it was there that Chakravartin discovered the existence of the dimensional counterpart phenomenon and the fact that there were more worlds than Edolas, thus setting up her desire to rule them all. Before Tsuruko and Chakravartin could properly fight, both girls began to glow as Tsuruko and Excellen were teleported back to Earth Land. Indeed, rather than be surprised about the existence of other dimensions, she weaponized this knowledge, and having previously discerned that Tsuruko's Zero Effect and her Infinity Effect would negate one another and thus her Earth Land counterpart would be a major thorn in her side, quickly used her time-travelling powers through the Infinity Effect, deliberately using the fact that she and Tsuruko look alike in order to paint Tsuruko in a bad light while also attacking her from the shadows.
This was achieved through numerous tactics such as manipulating Charlotte Merquise into attacking Tsuruko by preying on a misunderstanding between the two, making her an indirect villain of sorts for Daybreak S1's penultimate arc – all of this led to Tsuruko leaving Earth Land for Aether at the end of Daybreak S2 out of being continually refused respect for her accomplishments, thus removing Tsuruko from the equation, thus paving the way for Chakravartin to degrade Earth Land into the state it's in during Fairy Tail: Dawn. Additionally, she is the one who stirred up conflict within the main land of Edolas for her own amusement; this is what indirectly led Jason LaHote to go through Anima to Earth Land, and it is heavily hinted that through time-travel, she was responsible for the Human-Dragon War and thus Mr. E's drive to achieve his goals. In addition, she is also the one pulling Kagemusha's strings and later corrupted Hikari Zanna into Crux Kouga through her possession of Alexis Tenjouin, thereby indirectly becoming the head of the Magic Council, using the government in order to turn Earth Land into a living hell like she did for Edolas.
AppearanceIn terms of appearance, Chakravartin is a relatively small young woman with a dainty figure that belies her absolutely monstrous level of power – she has extremely long, violet hair which is tied into a ponytail, accompanied by soulless red eyes. Interestingly, Chakravartin has doll-like joints which are clearly a sign of her true nature as an artificially created being, but it isn't known what race she is, as Edolas doesn't have any mechanical races and being a Deus Machina is out of the question.
Like all dimensional counterparts of Tsuruko Sejren, Chakravartin's attire is slightly based upon their general combat style and abilities. As such, Chakravartin's miko-like attire is derived from the fact that unlike any of Tsuruko's other counterparts, she is extremely proficient in magic (or at least something resembling it), as in Japan, miko are known as shrine maidens; she's clad in a white and red Japanese-style outfit reminiscent of an empress, tied with a light blue sash, with a golden crown and a dark cape over her shoulders. In combat, she does not battle in her normal priestess-styled regalia, but changes to a less restricting, more revealing outfit, with her Ahat: Keter drones floating behind her. It's also shown that she has doll-like parts.
Personality and Traits
Chakravartin is Tsuruko's opposite in every way; while Tsuruko is kind, understanding and wants to make everyone smile; Chakravartin is cruel, impatient and loves filling people with terror. Chakravartin, despite being her opposite, she still talks and to some degree acts like Tsuruko; complete with malaproperisms and a lot of fumbling over her words. However, her buffoonish and un-threatening demeanour makes it continuously easy for her to dupe or surprise attack her enemies; it's even noted that the dissonance between somebody who acts like a goof and yet is so threatening is quite terrifying. Moreover, due to being a dimensional counterpart of Tsuruko, she still thinks she's the hero, and therefore all her heinous actions are justified because they're to stop the "bad guys"; only in this case, Chakravartin's "enemies" are the innocent people of Edolas, and the reason for her "heroism" is while helping people might've been a part of it, it is hinted that deep down Chakravartin wants the unconditional love and devotion of everyone, and a large factor in her decision to turn evil was the realization that she would never get it when she felt it was owed to her.
Ironically, despite seeing herself as a hero, she has all the qualities of a classic villain: she looks, talks, and dresses like a bad guy and has selfish loves nothing more than continuing to rule her "shit hole world", Edolas; as she has a hunger for power and desires as well attention, adulation and oodles of respect. She holds a high view on herself which makes her arrogant to such a degree that she denies her past failures and finds her terrible actions justified. Driving by a constant desire to ultimately enslave the entire world, she is determined to do whatever it takes to achieve her goals, even if that means causing meaningless destruction or getting into otherwise awkward situations. Indeed, her uncaring personality is mostly due to her over-inflated ego, as she only views herself with utmost pride and is extremely vain. Chakravartin is known to be unable to take criticism of any kind; as even when she was seemingly attempting to do good, she had a big problem letting go of anyone who said anything bad about her, justified or not; which wasn't as big a problem when she became a villain, presumably because since she murders people by the thousands, she stopped caring what anybody thinks about her. While Chakravartin's pride and arrogance are her core parts, they are also her greatest weakness, as they make her far too overconfident and a blabbermouth which ultimately leads to her downfall. Excessively self-deluded and self-centered, she thinks others secretly admire her and only mock her out of jealousy. Generally stingy regarding money despite having theoretically infinite resources at her disposal, Chakravartin always complains when she thinks her cash is going down the drain and hoards it for herself, which is one of the many reasons why Edolas is effectively the magical equivalent of Philadelphia.
Unlike Tsuruko, whom has rough speech patterns, Chakravartin speaks rather politely, though like all of her dimensional counterparts, she peppers eighties slang such as "radical" and "hella" into her speech. Chakravartin is also not above complimenting her enemies, as seen when she sincerely praises Hikari Zanna for avoiding her for an entire week before the transformation into Crux Kouga was forced upon her and noted Excellen's sudden link with the Source of Magic during their battle to be "interestin", but she sees the ideal of fighting others to make them smile and discover the error of their ways is ridiculous, honestly believing that only the victor of the fight gets to smile. It is noted that Chakravartin can only ever handle situations in a villainous manner, constantly laughing like a maniac and issuing threats to those around her. Because of all her flaws, Tsuruko herself never really considers Chakravartin a true villain; however, this also works in Chakravartin's favour as, along with her mannerisms, due to her behaviour, people tend to underestimate her, which makes her an unpredictable opponent; though her manipulative streak is a mile wide, and can play people like damn fiddles as she has a tendency to work behind the scenes and is surprisingly successful at it. However, while Tsuruko doesn't really see her as evil and tends to treat her as a minor annoyance at best, the rest of the universe lives in fear of her iron fist.
Powers and Abilities
Ways of Combat
Master Swordsmanship Specialist: Chakravartin, unlike the rest of her counterparts, seems to focus moreso on swordsmanship rather than getting up-close-and-personal in order to smash her foes into oblivion with overwhelming physical might. Indeed, Chakravartin is a scarily competent swordswoman who is able to make a mockery of even the most skilled swordsmen, even grandmasters of the art. Her style of sword fighting is completely self-taught, and borrows moves from those she has slain. While Chakravartin does not use physical weapons as per her preference for the arcane thanks to her mastery over it, she is capable of invoking the spell Extension: Heretic Blades in order to manifest blades of pure magical energy, attacking with unparalleled swiftness and agility, striking dozens of times in the span of a split-second, moving around acrobatically thanks to her constant flight, unleashing countless combos and powerful blows in the blink of an eye.
Proficient Hand-to-Hand Combatant: Despite, well, focusing on magic to the near-detriment of damn near everything else, Chakravartin has displayed sufficient prowess in the art of close-range fisticuffs, at least enough to catch one of Iris Lavra's fists barehanded; somebody who's known to be capable of smashing through steel with her blows. While she very rarely engages in close-combat, Chakravartin has shown the ability to launch blindingly fast kicks at opponents, more often than not just to knock them back to get more space between her and her adversary.
Low Strength: Chakravartin is known to be one of the least physically-capable magicians around- while this generally doesn't matter most of the time since she can annihilate anything with her overwhelming magic power, when it comes to moving things and close-combat, she's more often than not stumped. She has enough trouble as it is breaking a board made of wood, and her punches cannot be referred to as actual punches, but rather, a light breeze in the wind. Indeed, while Chakravartin has truly amazing (literally godlike) magical powers, making her virtually unstoppable at a distance, even against monstrously powerful enemies; however, once that distance is closed she's almost completely helpless without her magic, as in terms of athletics, she is exactly the geeky person she looks like. Even when taking the common saying, "like taking candy from a baby" into account, Chakravartin would have an incredible amount of trouble to even yank a lollipop from a toddler's hands. Overall, Chakravartin's unarmed attacks seem to be unable to harm anyone, simply rolling off of her target like raindrops falling off of their body- meanwhile, she can barely move a five kilogram boulder, exerting an absolutely enormous amount of effort to even move it two inches.
Low Durability: As expected of a 'squishy wizard' type fighter, Chakravartin is known to be almost completely incapable of taking a hit; magical defenses notwithstanding. Chakravartin is generally quite 'flabby' in that her body contains almost zero muscle, but is otherwise quite thin. It is virtually impossible for Chakravartin, without her magical defenses, to take a 'serious' hit, and if struck and sent careening across the ground, Chakravartin will, more often than not, have her legs buckle inwards as she slides, as contrast to any other close-range magician, who tend to keep their legs bent strong. Chakravartin even notes that in a straight up close-quarters battle with anyone worth their salt, she would go down in "five seconds, give or take". She is completely unable to fight prolonged battles in close-quarters, and thus, she opts to use her incredible knowledge of magic as her primary means of offence, hoping to incapacitate a target before taking them out; additionally, if she's forced to physically exert herself for more than an hour at a time, she tires out extremely quickly- though she frequently goes for hour-long-walks at least once a day because she enjoys sightseeing and helps her take her mind off things, Chakravartin has never even considered taking up a sport or the like, preferring to use her magic to go everywhere.
Low Speed: Chakravartin, to cap off her shit-tier physical stats, is about as slow as a snail moving at full throttle. She is neither particularly slow nor particularly swift, but her slender and small frame makes her a difficult target; it is perhaps this instead of any other traits that enables Chakravartin to avoid the attacks of her enemies in all-range combat when her magical defenses cannot be summoned at the time. Without any speed-augmenting spells, Chakravartin is about as ungodly swift as an aging turtle- by being forced to take part in a one hundred meter relay, Chakravartin was outrun by a few children, an old man, a magician in a walrus mascot suit, and an actual snail in an overly frilly dress. Indeed, Persephone is shown to be rather sluggish in movements; moving akin to that of somebody who does not get out at all. Because of this, as well as her other low physical traits, Chakravartin is said to be tremendously weak physically. This requires her teammates and her own magics to protect her from damage, while she bombards the opponents with powerful magic. However, when using her magical energies in order to induce flight and move, her speed is drastically boosted to the point by becoming airborne, increasing her speed and movement abilities to levels matching those of the fastest and most agile magicians when they're using their own magics.
Immense Intelligence: For an Exalted One, Chakravartin would be required to be very intelligent; Chakravartin possesses a rather large IQ –it is said that she is the smartest of Tsuruko's dimensional counterparts alongside Dzerve- and capacity for manipulation despite how she acts at times- indeed, beneath the behaviour of a buffoon is a malicious being who knows how to make the most of what she has. For example, Chakravartin is downright nightmarishly perfect at manipulating people- for a while, Chakravartin was the only one of Tsuruko's counterparts privy to the existences of other dimensions, including the fact that they are others who look just like her. However, rather than be surprised about this, she weaponizes this knowledge; which is effectively the cause of the entire Sun Trilogy saga involving the main characters, using her resemblance to Tsuruko and her ability to traverse dimensions in order to coerce people into turning against her through mental suggestion and just by acting like a jerk- a good example of this is when Chakravartin used her powers to amplify Charlotte Merquise's hatred towards Tsuruko for what the former perceived as Tsuruko betraying her as well as degrade her already dubious mental stability, leading Charlotte to take a cloaked Chakravartin's offer on getting revenge on her old friend, whom gave her Hikari Zanna's location and the means to take her away, knowing that Tsuruko herself would be there trying to find her as per Giselle Mercury's wishes, letting the conflict escalate from there. At the same time, she was capable of using her powers to subtly influence Alexis Tenjouin, the head of the Magic Council, into taking Hikari while also forcing development on a weapon, the Highlander, that would allow her to dig up the Magitek Mecha known as The Veneration as part of her plans to conquer both Earth Land and Edolas. Of course, because of her resemblance to Tsuruko and the dubious stability of all those she influenced, she effectively threw off any trail leading back to herself, all the while smiling in the background like the cunning bitch that she is.
Immeasurable Magical Power: Chakravartin's body also stores energy actively within her soul as an energy pattern that is linked to her body's magic ports. This energy powers most of Chakravartin's magical abilities, giving her an enormous boost in her magical capacity.
- Magical Aura: Exalted Soul Wings (魔力の霊気・高貴な鎖翼, Maryoku no Reiki: Kōkina Hakuyoku): A Magical Aura is a common term given to the exertion of magical energy into a form outside of the user's body that isn't used in the formation of spells. It has been demonstrated by various magicians of varying potency, and is a common means of intimidation. A magical aura is created when the body's container of Eternano particles exceeds the limits of what it contains, or is purposefully released by the user. Upon doing so, the magical energy surges around the body and is exerted outwards in the form of an aura, which holds considerable pressure surrounding it. Depending on the level of magical power one possesses and the control behind it, it can be used as a means to intimidate another individual, or as a preparation for a powerful spell. A single magical aura can have a wide variety of effects dependent on the power an individual exerts. Chakravartin's form of Magical Aura is something that cannot be learnt nor copied—it is something that emerges within any being that carries the blood of the Exalted One within their veins; or, of course, is an Exalt themselves. When under significant pressure; the user's magical aura will flare outwards, resulting in the sheer power of their soul being manifested into this plane of existence; turning willpower into that of an actual power—when under tremendous emotional pressure like in extreme rage; the wings manifest; normally taking the form of a single pair which are large and jagged—so sharp that they are capable of being utilized in a similar manner to that of an impossibly sharp sword; which can even slice straight through Orichalcum or even Soul Metal with relative ease. When the wings are out, the user gains the ability to understand laws that are hitherto unknown and unexplainable to them, and no longer needs to be touching opponents in order to attack the foe. These wings do all the magic-related calculations for the user, implied to be a much faster rate than regular casting abilities- perhaps infinitely so, and the user can harness the power of the wings for combat, as they are extremely tough and hard to cut through, and the user can also shoot their feathers in the manner of bullets. It is shown that the size, shape and appearance of the wings can be altered, as well as speed and efficiency in the air. With powerful wings, one can fly at incredible speeds and the user possesses amazing maneuverability in the air.
Magic in General
Assorted Magic (魔法, Mahō): Magic is universally known to be the main form of combat for magicians; it is the physical embodiment of the spirit. When the physical spirit of an organism connects with the spiritual flow of nature, the spirit forms Magic as a product of the connection. To utilize Magic, a magician must use Magical Power (魔力, Maryoku) in their body. Magical Power is known to be the source of Power for all magicians; it is heavily intertwined with the existence referred to as Eternano (
Chakravartin, while not shown using many magics, has been stated to have power on a higher tier than the Haven Mage and is perhaps as powerful as Excellen Kilekion and Elucifer Mercury in terms of harnessing her magic, if not more powerful. In Edolas, by bestowing her powers upon the populace on a whim, Chakravartin created the modern system of magic items when such magic was previously only available to those with connections to the Source of Magic- it was said that Chakravartin was fully capable of giving humanity the power to harness magic and saturating Edolas with ambient eternano to make it a perfect mirror of Earth Land- however, she chose not to, as she prefers to have some control over the rest of life on Edolas, allowing her to inspire fear in everyone.
- Teleportation Magic: Short Jump (
瞬間の魔法・短距離瞬間移動, Shunkan no Mahō: Shōto Janpu lit. Short-range Teleportation): Teleportation Magic is a Caster Magic that does exactly what it says upon the tin—it allows the user to cover very large distances in the blink of an eye. In order to perform Teleportation Magic, the user releases extremely high purified magical particle concentrations; and in that instant burst, their magical energy envelops them and reduces their body to elementary particles; contacting the space-time continuum in the location that they wish to appear in; after that, they are instantaneously reassembled in said location, literally teleporting. It makes for an extremely fast and effective means of transportation, and can also be used in combat when the situation requires fast actions. Short Jump is a specialized Teleportation Magic spell that the user is capable of utilizing; it is an experimental spell developed by Chakravartin for the purpose of achieving high-speed movement, far beyond the likes of regular magic can provide. When performing Short Jump, the user releases extremely high purified magical particle concentrations; and in that instant burst, their magical energy envelops them and reduces their body to elementary particles; contacting the space-time continuum in the location that they wish to appear in; after that, they are instantaneously reassembled in said location, literally teleporting. It is essentially a form of short-range spatial teleportation. Using this ability, the user is capable of traveling over short distances in an instant, even in the midst of battle. In dire situations when an enemy target is about to fatally hit the user, they are capable of instantly jumping away and flanking their enemy's position (usually several meters from behind or side). Short Jump itself leaves a particle shadow of the user, fooling the enemy with the image of a false victorious blow. The maneuver often leaves the opponent confused and distracted long enough for the user to do serious damage and/or defeat their enemy targets. The user has a maximum range of two kilometers and can teleport objects with a mass up to four thousand, five hundred and twenty kilograms, though the trainers told them that they would damage their body if they move anything more than one thousand kilograms; a restriction that has been overcome since the present time. More often than not, the user milks it for all it's worth, and, in a fight, uses Short Jump to constantly disappear and appear at will, hitting, running, and flanking without any effort at all and barely any threat of counterattack. Teleportation is not a rare magic, but it always takes some "phase time" to complete the transportation, during which the caster cannot do anything else: for this reason, it is seldom used in combat. Short Jump however, is a spell which can reduce the phase time to a level suitable for combat down to zero. The user can perform Short Jump mid-combo as well, causing the enemy's attacks to miss while simultaneously acting as attack cancels for the user.
- ""My power of infinity...and your power of zero. Did you ever hear that old folktale about that Chinese guy who was tryna sell a spear and a shield, and he said that it could penetrate any defense and ensured protection against all attacks, respectively? Some smartass asked him what'd happen if they touched, but the dude couldn't answer. That's how the word for paradox originated in the east – it's translated here as "spear-shield", self contradictory, y'know? I figured out the answer."
A malicious grin that displayed no emotion, only teeth curled upon the wicked lips of the Exalted One of Edolas.
The holders of the Zero Effect and the Infinity Effect.
They saw each other down the dark road and ran along the shortest path toward each other.
"I'm the spear. I can do anything I want if I think about it and the world has to follow. You're the shield, returning everything to zero. Infinity is unstoppable, continuously ascending – and Zero is completely immovable, making the powers you touch immovable as well."
When the unstoppable spear of infinity met the immovable shield of zero, there was only a single option for both.
To shatter, and take the world with them.
"Now!" Chakravartin's booming cackle echoed. "If the universe's two most extreme irregulars clash, which will win?"
Complete darkness descended upon this world – and in that stygian night, a deafening noise rang out."
- — Ethel Eisenhardt and Ethel Sejren, Daybreak S2, "N to Infinity"
Infinity Effect (
As one may have guessed by the opposing names and the simple fact that they are wielded by dimensional counterparts of the same person, the Zero Effect and Infinity Effect are complete opposites. Whereas the Zero Effect obtained its name from a fixed power that cannot grow, but is already beyond comprehension, neither positive nor negative, the Infinity Effect gets its from an unknown variable containing infinite possibilities - both stand for unlimited potential, albeit in different ways. The Zero Effect represents and embodies the hopes of those whom are designated the ordinary people, who can act all they want without fear of losing the original world, and is the fear of magicians because it removes the distortion they have created, the Infinity Effect gives ordinary the illusion that the "ordinary people" are able to abandon, leave, and throw out the current world - when in reality, magicians are the next stage in humanity's advancement. Complete opposites yet two sides of the same coin, the power of zero embodies the hope for ordinary people to return the universe back to before magicians came along, whereas the power of infinity embodies the despair of magicians felt as they are stuck within these dimensions, with only Chakravartin's power enabling them to escape. The Infinity Effect was solidified because the Zero Effect was unable to contain the ability to safeguard the emotions of all people in the three dimensions, with their negative emotions spilling over into Edolas and reaching Chakravartin, despair, anguish, jealousy, lust, greed, and many more overflowing and crystallizing in order to create the Infinity Effect, their desire that would grant them the products of their imaginations. It came about when Tsuruko and Chakravartin were young, largely due to Tsuruko's subconscious doubts that formed as she was unable to save her father that fateful day.
The easiest way to summarize the abilities of both powers is as such - whereas the Zero Effect returns everything that Tsuruko punches to zero, thereby ensuring that Tsuruko is almost invincible in combat as all "supposed" offensive and defensive actions that are created by an opponent would have been reset back to point zero, the Infinity Effect brings all offensive and defensive actions that are created by Chakravartin past their potential to give them infinite potency. As the Zero Effect returns the universe to its normal state uninhabited by the supernatural, thereby accepting the current and natural state of the world unaltered by supernatural events and the secret wish of magicians to be able to maintain the current world they live in, the Infinity Effect affects Chakravartin herself, terraforming the universe in accordance to her whims as to transform it into her ideal world, thus rejecting the current one and supplying the illusion of a world that will let her throw out the old one, an illusion that transitions from fantasy to reality. When invoking the power of the Infinity Effect, Chakravartin focuses intently as she intensifies the volatility of the unquestionable quantities of fighting spirit that are dwelling within her very soul as to excite them exponentially, before releasing the voluminous quantities of energy outwards from her body ever-so-slightly, all while flaring up her Ardor Aura which washes over the immediate vicinity, affecting everything as it spreads out all across the current dimension in the blink of an eye - only the absolute greatest of fighters are capable of resisting this effect, but even then, only indirectly; the area-of-effect extends for several hundred kilometers or more, though Chakravartin can concentrate it if she so wishes - but this doesn't really amplify nor decrease the strength of it. Encompassing the vast landscape, affecting this world and overwriting the surrounding reality with a landscape representative of Chakravartin's soul; effectively putting anything and everything which steps into the area-of-effect of the release under her command with very few chances to break the hold, her thoughts and feelings transition from her mental realm into the physical realm, becoming superimposed upon the entirety of existence as to transform this dimension into one that Chakravartin believes is her ideal - as it is her ideal world and nobody else's, this means that she possesses naught but absolute dominance over the dimension when the Infinity Effect is invoked.
Once Chakravartin's "ideal world" has supplanted the original world, Chakravartin's ambition surges throughout the vicinity, overpowering the wills of others and worming its way into the souls of everyone within the area; the user's furious ambition siphons their opponent's aspirations and ambitions, effectively absorbing them to empower Chakravartin; this effectively enables her to harness a form of reality warping on par with Arc of Embodiment, if not more so. Similar to a petulant child holding up a card that has the words "I can do this better than you for infinity plus one" in a game, only not fake, the Infinity Effect grants Chakravartin the ability to do anything she puts her mind to with her physical and supernatural parameters boosted up to the state that embodies Ein Sof, which, in Kabbalah is God prior to his self-manifestation in the production of any spiritual Realm, derived from Ibn Gabirol's term, "the Endless One" and can be translated as "no end", "unending", "there is no end", or infinity. Her parameters boosted to infinity, Chakravartin displays the ability to move faster than anyone, strike harder than anyone, cast spells greater than anyone, and use anything considered a supernatural power, no matter its tier or if it is a Magic or a Curse, wielding these powers at a higher level than anyone else, with said powers being much more powerful than the originals by a considerable margin. Effectively, with the Infinity Effect, Chakravartin can be considered to be almost invincible in battle. Chakravartin herself calls the Infinity Effect My One Magic (私の一なる魔法, Watashi no Ichinaru Mahō; alternately Chakravartin's version of The One Magic); which is also known as The Essence of Magic or The Magic of One, is what is thought by some to be the original source of all Magic. Those people believe that every form of Magic as it is today descends from this source. The One Magic is the "all-father" of Magic; and its roots have never been fully disclosed and there are many different interpretations and theories to its actual nature. It is the source of all Magical Power; however, and Chakravartin's Infinity Effect is quite similar in it is the Alpha of all supernatural powers; additionally giving Chakravartin a link to the Source of Magic which rivals the connection that the Haven Mage's link to the source if not surpassing it completely and utterly.
As the name would indicate, Chakravartin's Infinity Effect, along with being capable of becoming invincible, enables her to create, control, and have absolute dominance over dark matter, which can be registered and pin-pointed as a hypothetical form of matter which is theorized to compose ninety-percent of the universe that could very well be perpetually undetected by its emitted radiation, but its existence can be confirmed by the gravitational effects it instills in visible matter. Because of her dominance over Dark Matter, it can be said that Chakravartin is a unique type of being known as a "Universal Constructor" (普遍導体, Fuhen Dōtai), an extremely powerful individual who can control certain forces of the universe such as magnetism, gravity, and others; anything that she brings into existence while creating it with her power over Dark Matter is known to completely violate the laws of universe, including the Laws of Physics and the Square Cube Law; she can harness the Dark Matter in any manner that she deems suitable. With Infinity Effect, Chakravartin is capable of draining the hopes of others and harness them to grant her own wishes; which means she can manifest anything into the current plane of existence, as long as she can envision it, granting her virtually unlimited amounts of versatility both in and out of the heat of battle, ranging anywhere from everyday objects and occurrences such as weaponry and weather manipulation, to more complex creations, such as natural disasters and imitations of other magic. These creations are also given special properties that go accordingly to what they are, meaning that Chakravartin has to specify their purpose and the materials if it is a corporal object. Indeed, Chakravartin can create the components of an entire world, down to water, trees, plant and animal life, down to the very last microscopic detail, all through the Infinity Effect; they can alter something as weak as physics to something inconceivable like logic, allowing her to not only bend, but even break the laws of physics; inventing her own physical laws and impose them on the rest of the universe. With the Infinity Effect, Chakravartin is able to absorb the life of living beings and even those linked with the Source of Magic, including Espers absorbing their power for the Exalted One of Edolas' own use. Because of this devious power, with the exception of other Exalted Ones and Deus Machina, Chakravartin is said to possess the power to absorb all life. By Chakravartin's own claim, she will continue to grow stronger the more that she fights, regardless of what form the life actually takes.
Additionally, unlike the Zero Effect, which is primarily restricted to being constantly active only upon Tsuruko's arms and legs with the power of zero being installed within whatever her extremities come into contact with, the Infinity Effect is able to affect any dimension regardless of Chakravartin's location from any distance, its range being determined by her mind, and she can turn it on and off on a whim. Whereas the Zero Effect is limited to returning the supernatural to "zero", the Infinity Effect works perfectly upon both the natural and supernatural. Despite all of Infinity Effect's overwhelming power, it does have one core weakness; since the power's ability is to drain hope from its opponents and turn it into power, it shown to be absolutely devastating when used against other living beings; however, this means that the ability is worse than useless against targets that have no concept of hope, such as mechanical automatons and inanimate objects; or even those who have succumbed to despair, such as the Hellions. In a later chapter of Daybreak S3, Giselle Mercury and Sion Kenzaki use this to their advantage when they have to hold her off, with Giselle using her gadgets against Chakravartin and blocking the Exalt of Edolas' attacks with her labcoat, while Sion can simply fight as normal due to her nature as a Hellion. Additionally, those with a stronger will than Chakravartin can override the Infinity Effect, as seen during the Ragnarok arc of Dawn, where Tsuruko, having her resolve restored after seeing Hikari in danger, results in her burning spirit overloading Infinity Effect, enabling Tsuruko's Zero Effect to destroy its effect and defeat her. Those that have the undying fighting spirit that gives them the will to live and die in this crummy world, despite its hardships, are immune to the Infinity Effect, as they do not "reject this world". Chakravartin's Infinity Effect is touted to be the complete opposite of Tsuruko's Zero Effect - indeed, the powers of "zero" and "infinity" were originally one form, and it is said that when the wielders of zero and infinity come together, the creator will be awakened in all of its glory once more.
As polar opposites, Chakravartin's Infinity Effect and Tsuruko's Zero Effect embody the shield and spear paradox, a contradiction that's a form of the omnipotence paradox, which is a simple demonstration that challenges omnipotence: "Can God create a stone so heavy that even God is not strong enough to lift it?" The shield and spear paradox is essentially what occurs when an immovable object meets an irresistible force, resulting in the effect coming up because it rests on two incompatible premises: that there can exist simultaneously such things as irresistible forces and immovable objects. Following the philosophical book, Han Feizi, where a man was attempting to sell a spear and shield, and when asked about the quality of both, he answered that the former could pierce any shield and the latter could defend against all spear attacks; yet, he did not have an answer as to what would happen if the two were to collide. The "paradox" is flawed because if there exists an irresistible force, it follows logically that there cannot be any such thing as an immovable object and vice versa - indeed, whenever Tsuruko and Chakravartin do battle, the ability to bring the potency of anything to infinity as represented by the Infinity Effect and the ability to reduce everything to zero as represented by the Zero Effect are the spear and the shield respectively in the shield and spear paradox results in a zero sum game, with neither fighter able to get an advantage over the other, something Chakravartin muses to Tsuruko during their fight in Daybreak S2. When the two begin their final bout in Dawn's Ragnarok arc, Tsuruko's arm that represents her Zero Effect gets ripped off by the sheer might of Chakravartin's Infinity Effect, but the shadowy force sealed within Tsuruko emerges and injures Chakravartin, allowing Tsuruko herself to break the stalemate by incorporating a fragment of the Infinity Effect into her Deus Machina frame by consciously abusing the fact she doesn't understand how utterly impossible it should be, giving her an arm that can punch Chakravartin and nullify the power of the Infinity Effect. The almost all of Chakravartin's abilities with the Infinity Effect are based on the ten attributes or emanations of the Tree of Life, also known as the Sephirot, the mystic symbol used in Kabbalah, and reflect a part of the Sephirot, as well as one of the archangels alongside possessing a feminine Hebrew cardinal value as a prefix to the ability, with the exception of her ultimate power, "Echad: Da'at", which is based on the mystical state Da'at, the divine light, where all Sephirot become one.
- Ahat: Keter (
邪悪一歩・聖勾玉神輪, Ahatto: Ketā lit. The First Wicked Step: Holy Magatama Godly Rings): Ahat: Keter is the name of the first ability of the Infinity Effect as well as one of Chakravartin's signature powers, commonly seen with her in all of her appearances - rather, it isn't an ability per-se, but instead, Ahat: Keter is the name of her personalized weapon and it's summoning process - Ahat: Keter takes the form of a triad of drones which connected by an energy ring forged through her fighting spirit. In any case, when manifesting Ahat: Keter, Chakravartin, after having installed the power of the Infinity Effect into this world which happens immediately with no ways of negation upon entering a battle, begins to focus intently as she intensifies the volatility of the unquestionable quantities of fighting spirit that are dwelling within her very soul as to excite them exponentially, before releasing the voluminous quantities of energy outwards from her body ever-so-slightly, all while flaring up her Ardor Aura which washes over the immediate vicinity as she harnesses the Infinity Effect in order to drain people in the vicinity of their aspirations, drawing all sorts of energies, whether they be Magic, Curse, or anything else away from her body, using her masterful energy control in order to keep these energies parted from the magnet that is her soul while installing a process that's not dissimilar to the likes of the Magic Skill referred to as "Shape Transformation" that's a universal constant within the likes of Molding Magic to mold the existence of these energies in accordance to her thoughts, feelings, imagination, and whims, and once separated, these pressurized supernatural energies are immediately transformed into a triad of ornate golden drones which she can harness in any way that she deems suitable, these triangular-looking drones are shown to be golden for the most part, with a glowing lilac portion in the center of each- overall, they look like overly extravagant arrow-heads, with two smaller golden spikes near the tip of each drone. While not currently engaging in battle, the trio of drones float around Chakravartin in a circular formation as they constantly whirl about as to resemble a buzzsaw, breaking only when Chakravartin uses the bits to attack and throw her opponent; this triad of drones follows Chakravartin around wherever she goes; they never come into direct contact with her, but still swirl around her in a circling formation upon being manifested, focusing the drones' explosive, glowy death into a protective ring around her resembling reverse shrapnel - the trio of drones spinning around the center they recognize as the "starting point" known as her body electromagnetically- these drones spin around at varying speeds which Chakravartin is capable of modifying to become any velocity that she deems suitable through thought- at its highest point, the drone whirl around her frame at speeds just below the speed of light, or they can move as slow as molasses to allow Chakravartin to grab them and use the weaponry in close-range combat; the drones are able to simply be directed through mental commands by constantly sending signals from her brain to these drones, thus creating communication network that enables her to move them around the area almost effortlessly. Additionally these golden drones are noted to be constantly standby once willed into existence- though they can also be dismissed whenever Chakravartin deems it suitable. She cannot create additional drones after the initial acquisition number; as three is the absolute limit, and she is capable of controlling the drones one-by-one or all at once; while on standby, the ornate drones orbiting her frame commonly serve as single-use barriers with a tensile strength greater than Defenser or Barrier Magic that can slice an opponent upon contact, damaging anything they come into contact with while slicing all projectiles no matter their power in half if they even so much as touch the blast homing in on Chakravartin's frame. While not being utilized for combat, the trio of drones manifested through Ahat: Keter are referred to as being in Standby Mode ( 魔睡状態, Sutanbai Mōdo lit. Sleeping State), but when activated, causing the ring of golden fighting spirit that superficially connects the trio of drones vanishes while the drones appear and form a triangle around Chakravartin, thus entering "Live Mode" ( 開眼状態, Raibu Mōdo lit. Spiritual Awakening State); with the full potential of Ahat: Keter unleashed, enabling Chakravartin to utilize all of their world-shaking capabilities. Chakravartin can alter the shape of each golden drone by thought alone in order to serve almost innumerable purposes, whether they be for offense, defense, and other supplementary uses; no matter the control manner, she can shape the triangular drones through mental commands alone into countless forms- effectively the sky is the limit for what the golden drones can be transformed into, changing into swords, spears, hammers, shields, scythes, a bow and arrows, firearms, cannons, and many more, no matter the form and composition, the drones are widely known to be exceptionally powerful- just by colliding with a solid, non-living structure; even a single drone is capable of reducing anything they come into contact with to nothingness with no viable defenses against it. Chakravartin prefers to use them to attack her foes from long-range and often in conjunction with other spells. They can also be used in group formations for multiple barrages; she can harness the power of Ahat: Keter in order to lay down large amounts of fire on a target, attack from multiple directions at the same time, can allow her to remain at a safe distance, and can keep enemies pinned down and otherwise occupied or even play a direct defensive role, making the Ahat: Keter drones overwhelming to fight against as Chakravartin is able to arrange these drones into a variety of geometric formations; by placing the three Keter drones in a closed spherical formation, she can deploy a defensive forcefield from which she herself can attack outside of this sphere; leaving her essentially invulnerable. This sphere serves as an almost impenetrable shield; only the most powerful weapons are capable of breaching it, and even then, damage to Chakravartin is generally minimal, serving as a protection from outside forces, stronger with the emotion or memory that was used to create it. Notably, a positive force can destroy it utterly. The barrier can also be used to form a massive light spike, which is even able to stab through another barrier. They also possess many attacking roles, such as attacking individually; and when positioned together in a circle, they can form a barrier of light or aid in teleportation by grouping into a circular, portal-like formation, using a thick saturation of light as a gateway as to transfer between dimensions. With a snap of her fingers and hand gestures or more simply, direction through thought alone, Chakravartin is able to launch these golden drones to anything she designates at a suitable target, being fired towards her targets with a velocity far higher than that of a bullet; the blades penetrate the air itself while in motion, ripping straight through the atmosphere without any pause; their flight paths guided to Chakravartin's will, and as such, they are capable of homing in on an opponent to land a certain hit. Furthermore, because using the Keter drones does not interrupt the current action, they can be used at any time- even when attacking, Chakravartin can launch the drones in order to pin an enemy in place or to augment the damage caused by her assault; ironically enough, alongside their close-range capabilities, the drones have no difference in functionality from firearms, albeit they possess absolutely zero recoil, giving them a slight advantage over a gun, allowing Chakravartin to telekinetically launch them towards her opponent as if they were astoundingly swift bullets, and while in motion, Chakravartin is capable of changing their corporeality through mental commands, changing the drones into a more energy-like form as to phase through any obstructions in their way if the blades just do not blast past them, and after passing any element that could stop them cold, she can change them back to their physical form to render their ability to deal real damage to anything that they come into contact with available once more - by turning the Keter drones invisible, she is able to create the illusion that the opponents are destroyed by attacks coming from nowhere. After the Keter drones strike a target, they instantly pierce them as long as they land upon a physical surface, resulting in a release of all the supernatural energies that compose the weapons —the foe's own magical pressure serves to contain and amplify the destructive power of the Keter drones, causing a large release of energy by having them rapidly expand, releasing a myriad of propagating disturbances that echo resolutely throughout the vicinity, dealing massive amounts of destruction with each drone similar to a carpet bombing. On the opposite end, they can be used to heal Chakravartin's own injuries just by contact. Lastly, as a desperation move, Chakravartin can surround her enemy in darkness and fire an amazing amount of lasers from the Keter drones at them, striking so fast that more often than not, the enemy is incapable of reacting in time before they are completely annihilated. However, for all its strengths, Ahat: Keter has two weaknesses- for one, Chakravartin is only capable of controlling the drones of supernatural energy within three hundred meters of her own location, meaning that once either Chakravartin or the drones are out of range, they will vanish. Additionally, each transformation into a different object can only last for a full five minutes before they revert back to their drone form.
- Shtayim: Chokhmah (
邪悪二歩・天蓋の烈火, Shateimu: Chokumā lit. The Second Wicked Step: Raging Flames of the Celestial Canopy): Shtayim: Chokmah is one of the more basic skills of the Infinity Effect that is at least leagues beyond the likes of Abyss Break and Elucifer Mercury's Saint Oratario spell. Effectively, Shtayim: Chokhmah is an extremely powerful embodiment of absolute annihilation that is molded into the form of a black sphere of smouldering flames with red lightning crackling around it which Chakravartin launches at her enemy, incinerating anything it comes into contact with out of existence. In any case, when preparing Shtayim: Chokhmah, Chakravartin, after having installed the power of the Infinity Effect into this world which happens immediately with no ways of negation upon entering a battle, begins to focus intently as she intensifies the volatility of the unquestionable quantities of fighting spirit that are dwelling within her very soul as to excite them exponentially, before releasing the voluminous quantities of energy outwards from her body ever-so-slightly, all while flaring up her Ardor Aura which washes over the immediate vicinity as she harnesses the Infinity Effect in order to drain people in the vicinity of their aspirations, drawing all sorts of energies, whether they be Magic, Curse, or anything else towards her very existence, before she invokes the activation sequence for a fire-element magic such as, well, Fire Magic and Fire Dragon Slayer Magic, inducing excitation of the movements of the particles she had drawn towards herself, increasing their thermal energy to the point that the particles strewn about throughout the vicinity spontaneously ignite, forming black flames that burn exuberantly, flickering wildly and continuously - invoking a process that's not dissimilar to the likes of the Magic Skill referred to as "Shape Transformation" that's a universal constant within the likes of Molding Magic to mold the existence of these energies, Chakravartin shapes these flames into a sphere of pure energy; this sphere is a pulsating raven as bleeding scarlet discharges of electricity arc around the orb. The Shtayim: Chokhmah is actually a concentrated ball of the purest energy possible made possible thanks to Chakravartin's connection to the Source of Magic, only tainted by her rotten nature. As the Shtayim: Chokhmah darts through the air, it creates a gravitational field around itself which possesses immense attraction force, drawing in everything in the vicinity including ambient supernatural energies that are suspended within the atmosphere, gradually getting larger, as well as growing stronger and stronger- the almost magnetic pull never ceases, only becoming more and more powerful as moments pass. Not only this, as pure magical power influenced by Chakravartin's will, it possesses an immense corroding influence, as anything that the Shtayim: Chokhmah passes is instantly disintegrated into nothingness, eradicating anything upon contact by busting it into numerous black cubes. The Shtayim: Chokhmah's effect is not only a relentless attack, but Chakravartin possesses pinpoint control over the spell, and her unerring aim allows the sphere of destruction to travel in straight lines or bend, twist or curve around corners; upon impact, and everything inside the Shtayim: Chokhmah's blast radius is devastated, while nothing outside of it is even touched; tsunamis, shockwaves, and ring clouds form for every living second that the spell is in motion.
- Shalosh: Binah (
邪悪三歩・広漠大津波, Sharosshu: Binā lit. The Third Wicked Step: Boundless Great Tidal Waves): TBA
- Arba: Chesed (
邪悪四歩・心汚染魔皇拳, Aruba: Cheseddo lit. The Fourth Wicked Step: Mental Pollution Demonic Emperor Fist): Arba: Chesed is a powerful ability of the Infinity Effect that Chakravartin is capable of tapping into when accessing the Infinity Effect- it is a devious power that allows her to influence the minds of those whom she targets as long as they hold hatred within their hearts. Indeed, when inducing Arba: Chesed, Chakravartin drains the aspirations from those in the vicinity, absorbing those supernatural energies into her soul before projecting them forward in a swift jabbing motion that slices through the air itself, opening up a rift of space in the atmosphere as she launches a stream of supernatural energy that shoots forth, entering the spatial rift and transferring into the target's brain through a vacuum formed through a lack of air resistance. Upon entering the target's brain, the beam of supernatural energy begins to extend into their Magic Origin- this action can paralyze the opponent's nervous system for a few minutes, rendering them immobile and ultimately open to any attack, with Chakravartin's foul and evil supernatural signature beginning to influence the target's own magic origin, corroding it as her negativity starts to influence the target, granting Chakravartin the ability to see into their memories and emotions, allowing her to subtly influence both, inducing a form of "brainwashing". Those whom have been affected by Arba: Chesed become malicious and obsessed with something their normal selves wanted but in a much more extreme manner- a good example of this is when Chakravartin utilized it on Charlotte Merquise after she was detained by the Magic Council, where her unfinished grudge against Tsuruko Sejren for supposedly betraying her allowed Chakravartin to get inside of her head and amplify her ambivalence towards her old friend during her meeting with Charlotte, twisting Charlotte's desire to get revenge on Tsuruko for that misinterpretation of what happened into an all-consuming flame of pure fury that made Charlotte almost psychotic and profess a burning need to destroy everything that Tsuruko held dear. The process of Arba: Chesed working its magic is said to be somewhat similar to Despairifcation, the term used for humans transforming into Hellions as both Arba: Chesed and the former preys on the deep-seated negative emotions dwelling within the target and brings them to the very forefront. Once influenced by this power, the target's irises become a shining golden and the milky whites of their eyes become black.
- Hamesh: Gevurah (
邪悪五歩・灯雷の劈矛, Hameshu: Gevurā lit. The Fifth Wicked Step: Gleaming Lightning Piercing Lance): TBA
- Shesh: Tiferet (
邪悪六歩・骸峰の虎撃, Shesha: Chiferetto lit. The Sixth Wicked Step: Shell-Ridge's Striking Jaws): TBA
- Sheva: Netzach (
邪悪七歩・大地の夢重, Sheba: Nettozakku lit. The Seventh Wicked Step: Principal Dream of the Great Earth): TBA
- Echad: Da'at (
邪悪終歩・世界樹の仁拾恵, Ekādo: Dātto lit. The Final Wicked Step: Ten Benevolent Blessings of the World Tree): Echad: Da'at is the name of the final ability of the Infinity Effect and Chakravartin's trump card, so to speak - it involves Chakravartin pushing the infinity aspect of the Infinity Effect to the utmost limit and fully turning it upon herself as to push her fortes beyond infinity, resulting in a miraculous, demonic transformation that bolsters her parameters to a level that effortlessly surpasses the likes of gods, dragons, and even other Exalts. In any case, when performing Echad: Da'at, Chakravartin, after having installed the power of the Infinity Effect into this world which happens immediately with no ways of negation upon entering a battle, begins to focus intently as she intensifies the volatility of the unquestionable quantities of fighting spirit that are dwelling within her very soul as to excite them exponentially, before releasing the voluminous quantities of energy outwards from her body ever-so-slightly, all while flaring up her Ardor Aura which washes over the immediate vicinity as she harnesses the Infinity Effect in order to drain people in the vicinity of their aspirations, drawing all sorts of energies, whether they be Magic, Curse, or anything else into her very existence, overloading her malicious soul with an excessive surplus of supernatural energies as she leaps into the air while a bright blue light shoots out of her chest, shrouding her in otherworldly energy before those energies solidify and is molded and fused with her own body and Infinity Effect into an entirely new form. Indeed, when Echad: Da'at is invoked, Chakravartin's skin turns a terrible pitch-black while her clothes and hair become white - overall, she resembles a supreme ultimate being, referring to Chinese cosmological term for the "Supreme Ultimate" state of undifferentiated absolute and infinite potential, the oneness before duality, from which Yin and Yang originate; with a level of power that transcends everything that dwells within Earth Land and Edolas. This ability's name, like all abilities associated with the Infinity Effect, not only refers to Da'at, the location in the Kabbalah as the mystical state where all ten sephirot in the Tree of Life are united as one; da'at also translates to "knowledge" in the Hebrew language.
- Extension: Ain Soph Aur (
追加攻撃・無限光, Ekusutenshon: Ain Sofu Ōru lit. Additional Attack: Infinite Light): Extension: Ain Soph Aur is the name of the final ability of the Infinity Effect, and as the prefix of "extension" may or may not indicate, it is a follow-up attack to Echad: Da'at; Extension: Ain Soph Aur involves Chakravartin unleashing a myriad of lasers towards her opponent. This attack's name, like all abilities associated with the Infinity Effect, refers to the Kabbalistic "Sephirot", where God is referred to as "Ein Sof", which, in Kabbalistic tradition, translates to "No Nothingness" or "Infinite" in Hebrew - additionally, the word "Ohr" is the transliterated version of the Hebrew word for light, meaning that it is literally infinite light.
- Extension: Sephirotize Kick (
追加攻撃・壊滅天地式鬼蹴, Ekusutenshon: Sefirosuizu Kikku lit. Additional Attack: Heaven and Earth's Destruction Expression Demon Kick): Extension: Sephirotize Kick is the name of the final ability of the Infinity Effect, and as the prefix of "extension" may or may not indicate, it is a follow-up attack to Echad: Da'at; Extension: Sephirotize Kick is a strike akin to Tsuruko/Gaiki's own Victorize Kick Limit Break. When performing the Sephirotize Kick, Chakravartin's Infinity Effect absorbs hope at an accelerated rate, causing her body to become shrouded in energy; gathering fighting spirit at her feet. However, this union of Yin and Yang would not last for long; shooting forward like a bullet as she forms a destructive energy field around her body that can burn through or penetrate any substance, and flies towards her target at four times her own, already high, acceleration, allowing her pierce through any substance in her way with a flying side kick, causing the energies to take upon their true form as azure and scarlet energy which burns through anything it touches, giving it immense penetration power; upon impacting upon the foe, the energy devours the vicinity like a wildfire upon their bodies—all of this, focused upon her legs. Despite being Chakravartin's most powerful attack, it should be noted that this attack focuses on piercing penetrating damage, meaning that her ultimate attack; her Shtayim: Chokhmah ability can do more damage in the long run. The drawback of this attack is that it cannot be sustained for extended periods of time, since its unfavorable performance cost has Chakravartin strain her body beyond its limits, and could potentially destroy Chakravartin herself. Apparently, this strike is not as powerful as Tsuruko's Victorize Kick, as when the two collided, Tsuruko's Victorize Kick won out and defeated Chakravartin.
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- Chakravartin's resemblance to Tsuruko Sejren was originally going to have no significance to it, but as Daybreak progressed, this was reflected appropriately.
- In Hindu theology, Chakravartin is a character in India that represents, "The Ideal Ruler".
- Like all Sun Trilogy content, Chakravartin is a storyline-only character.
- "Chakravartin" is a nickname, just like "Tsuruko" is for Ethel Sejren- Chakravartin's actual name is Ethel Eisenhardt.
- Chakravartin's theme, both casual and for battle, in all of her appearances is known as HIKIGANEHAOMAEGAHIKE.
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