Anubis is an AshbornAragami introduced in God Eater 3. It is a wild, god-like Aragami, akin to a ferocious beast covered in shining armor. It overpowers its targets with its heavyweight armor. Anubis, who possesses considerable strength even among the Ash Aragami, can Burst to transition from walking on four legs to walking on two legs and completely change its attack pattern.
The following information can also be found via descriptions of the Aragami found in the game's database.
God Eater 3
A quadrupedal, bestial Ash Aragami with onyx hide and glittering golden armor. Encountered in the Restricted Ash Zone: Depths
This monster speeds across the battlefield, clawing and ripping apart those it sees with surprising agilityfor its size. Arrogant and fiercely territorial, this haughty creature acts as if it is the emperor of the Ashlands.Any broken bond makes that spot far more vulnerable, so focusing on and destroying anything that can break is a wise tactic
-Summary of Activated Abilities/Devour Attacks
Besides increased attack and mobility, an Anubis also bears its vicious fangs and tenaciously pursues a target. When it gets close, it uses a quick devour attack, so keep your distance. After Bursting, it switches to a bipedal form and dedicates itself to offense, gaining access to an entirely new range of moves.
>>Breakable Bonds: Head/Forearms/Rear Leg
Note: With exceptions, all information on this Aragami is highly classified.
ATK Element : Divine
Weaknesses : Divine
Into the Demon's Lair
Anubis was the name of the Egyptian god of mummification and the afterlife. He had a jackal's head, and was responsible for using the weighing scale of souls, where the recent dead were judged and deemed worthy or unworthy of an afterlife.
Out of all the Ashborns, Anubis has the most weakspots once all of its breakable bonds are broken, having a total of 4 (5 if it is in Burst Mode since the core counts as a weakspot). It is one of the Aragami with the most weakspots in the entire franchise.
Anubis is the only Ash Aragami that has a completely different moveset in Burst Mode in comparison to other Ashborns in which they retain some of their movesets from their normal mode. Also, it is the only Ashborn that doesn’t inflict any debuffs during its Burst Mode.
Anubis is one of the two Ashborns that managed to appear in an animated cutscene, appearing in the opening animation. The other Ashborn with an animated cutscene is Balmung.
Anubis is the only Ashborn in the game that has an Ash Storm variant.
A memory node of Anubis appears as the final boss in Hugo’s Traversing the Past episode.
Anubis is the only Ashborn that appears in the demo.