|Starting Class||Seven Heroes|
Subier is one of The Seven Heroes. He is a half octopus, half man hybrid. He has control over various sea creatures and pirates. An example of his control over pirates is his servant, Garon. He is the cousin of Wagnas.
It is very hard to get him into his second form. One way to do this is to kill the Master of Ocean. His signature move is Maelstrom, a powerful hit all water based attack.
In his humanoid form, Subier is shown to have short green hair with a small ponytail on the back of his head. A being of two races, he has black scales covering his body. He dons violet armor on his torso and also has violet armor covering his legs.
In his initial corrupted form, Subier is shown to have succumbed to his octopus upbringing, possessing large pink tentacles where his legs used to be. His hair is a light green color and his muscular human torso is made visible on the surface. Following his defeat, he transforms into a fish-like being, with his tentacles now serving as his hair and the lower half of his body becoming similar to the lower half of a whale-like creature. His tentacles have become a violet color while his entire body retains a fleshy color.
In his first form, depending on when you fight him, he can be strong but not too strong. He always begins the battle with Maelstrom, so it`s best to have everyone heal in the first round, after which he uses it less often. His other attacks consist of a weak line lightning attack and a powerful tentacle attack that can do up to over 1000 damage. He also has a binding attack that has the chance to stun a party member. Water magic should not be used against Subier as he recovers 999 HP each round from it. Another good way to fight him is to have a Nereid in your party, as she will be completely immune to his Maelstrom attack.
Lord of Vermilion
Subier and the rest of the Seven Heroes appeared as summonable units in Lord of Vermilion (ロード・オブ・ヴァーミリオン Rōdo obu Vāmirion), an arcade-based trading card game series developed by Think Garage and distributed by Square Enix. Physical collectable trading cards enabled players to summon and control characters in the game via interactive play surface. For the SaGa series characters, these cards included short narratives and other trivia, providing fans with an insight into a character's personality and background where it may have otherwise been absent in the original games.
Subier's character data & trivia:
The Armed Merchants
Subject of Absorption:
Everything that swims
The ocean, the great deep sea
The construction industry
Respect for nature
To ride an enormous wave
To support Wagnas
The Lord of the Sea:
A formidable foe
A word to the Emperor:
"I'm a bit different from the others!"**
- Subier's name was inspired by taking Ebisu, the name of one of the seven major train stations on the Tokyo Yamanote Line, and writing it backwards in katakana with the following modifications:
- 恵比寿 ＞ エビス ＞ スビエ ＞ ス(ー)ビエ ＞ スービエ
SaGa Series Monsters
|Blood Sucker - Bloody Mary - Margarita - Spritzer - Great One - Mystic - Killing Machine - Shadow - Grasshopper - Hell Beast - Lilith - Medusa - Vritra - Pyro Hydra - Nighthead - Zombie - Vampire - Dread Knight - Black Widow - Peg Powler - Tweeter - Dead Haunter - Skull Flyer - Watchman - Valkyrie - Creeper - Nasty Petal - Signal Tree - Tube Worm|
|Wagnas - Noel - Rocbouquet - Subier - Kzinssie - Bokhohn - Dantarg - The Destroyer - Aunas - Byunei - Forneus - Saruin - Saruin Minions - Vadagara - Death|