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==What is an Aragami?==
 
==What is an Aragami?==
 
While they take on the form as one being, an Aragami is actually composed as an colony of hundreds of thousands of semi-sentient single-celled organisms known as [[Oracle Cells]] that group around under an Aragami Core - also known as the "Oracle CNS," that acts as the Aragami's "central nervous system. These cores, if extracted intact, can be altered to create an Artificial CNS for use with the creation of [[God Arc]]s. In short  Aragami are superorganisms with swarm intelligence that takes on a variety of formations. These forms can appear as organic, artificial, even mythical - hence the name "Aragami."[[File:Art9-1200x628.jpg|thumb|220x220px|Oracle Cells.]]
 
While they take on the form as one being, an Aragami is actually composed as an colony of hundreds of thousands of semi-sentient single-celled organisms known as [[Oracle Cells]] that group around under an Aragami Core - also known as the "Oracle CNS," that acts as the Aragami's "central nervous system. These cores, if extracted intact, can be altered to create an Artificial CNS for use with the creation of [[God Arc]]s. In short  Aragami are superorganisms with swarm intelligence that takes on a variety of formations. These forms can appear as organic, artificial, even mythical - hence the name "Aragami."[[File:Art9-1200x628.jpg|thumb|220x220px|Oracle Cells.]]
Their desire to consume any sort or matter is controlled by the Bias Factor.
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Their desire to consume any sort of matter is controlled by the Bias Factor.
 
Scientists from Fenrir work day and night to perfect the armor wall's shielding against Aragami attacks. Aragami will refrain from eating anything that is highly similar to its own being, unless they are extremely desperate, rogue or unstable.
 
Scientists from Fenrir work day and night to perfect the armor wall's shielding against Aragami attacks. Aragami will refrain from eating anything that is highly similar to its own being, unless they are extremely desperate, rogue or unstable.
In the game it is thought that Aragami are starting to evolve in new ways and some starting to [[Shio|resemble humans]]. It is also thought that some Aragami are able to use photosynthesis, which is why the planet has maintained the air.
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In the game it is thought that Aragami are starting to evolve in new ways and some are starting to [[Shio|resemble humans]]. It is also thought that some Aragami are able to use photosynthesis, which is why the planet has maintained the air.
   
 
Through consumption of their surroundings Aragami can adapt and evolve to fit into their environment. For example, those in a hot location make take on "Blaze" traits, or those in a cold location will take on "Freeze" traits. When this happens, it creates a [[Fallen species]].
 
Through consumption of their surroundings Aragami can adapt and evolve to fit into their environment. For example, those in a hot location make take on "Blaze" traits, or those in a cold location will take on "Freeze" traits. When this happens, it creates a [[Fallen species]].
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==How to Kill an Aragami==
 
==How to Kill an Aragami==
 
Aragami can't be killed by conventional weapons -  hence normal guns and swords ain't gonna cut it. The only way to truly kill an Aragami is to extract the Aragami Core by using the only weapons capable of doing so, the [[God Arc]]. Removing the Core makes the Oracle Cells lose their cohesion and dissipate into nothingness.
 
Aragami can't be killed by conventional weapons -  hence normal guns and swords ain't gonna cut it. The only way to truly kill an Aragami is to extract the Aragami Core by using the only weapons capable of doing so, the [[God Arc]]. Removing the Core makes the Oracle Cells lose their cohesion and dissipate into nothingness.
 
==Types of Aragami==
 
==Types of Aragami==
Aragami come in many forms and sizes. Those that first appeared in God Eater are categorized as Small, Medium and Large probably gay too. More recent entries to the series are explained here:
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Aragami come in many forms and sizes. Those that first appeared in God Eater are categorized as Small, Medium and Large. More recent entries to the series are explained here:
 
===[[Psions]]===
 
===[[Psions]]===
   
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'''Arc Aberrants''' are a new type of Aragami introduced in ''[[God Eater 2 Rage Burst]]''. They are aragami that appear to have been fused with God Arcs which they use to perform special attacks. Most of these Aragami are said to have been created by [[Dr. Rachel Claudius]]'s will.
 
'''Arc Aberrants''' are a new type of Aragami introduced in ''[[God Eater 2 Rage Burst]]''. They are aragami that appear to have been fused with God Arcs which they use to perform special attacks. Most of these Aragami are said to have been created by [[Dr. Rachel Claudius]]'s will.
   
===Ash Aragami===
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===[[Ashborn|Ash Aragami]]===
   
 
A new type of Aragami introduced in [[God Eater 3|God Eater 3.]] Thought to of appeared with the Ashlands, they are also known as "Calamity Aragami."
 
A new type of Aragami introduced in [[God Eater 3|God Eater 3.]] Thought to of appeared with the Ashlands, they are also known as "Calamity Aragami."
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| align="center" |[[File:Sariel_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Sariel]][[Sariel]]
 
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| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Sariel_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Sariel]][[Fallen Sariel]]
 
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| align="center" |[[File:Borg_Camlann_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Borg Camlann]][[Borg Camlann]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Borg_Camlann_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Borg Camlann]][[Borg Camlann]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Borg_Camlann_Blaze_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Borg Camlann (Blaze)]][[Fallen Borg Camlann (Blaze)]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Borg_Camlann_Blaze_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Borg Camlann (Blaze)]][[Fallen Borg Camlann (Blaze)]]
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| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Borg_Camlann_Spark_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Borg Camlann (Spark)]][[Fallen Borg Camlann (Spark)]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Susano'o_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Susano'o]][[Susano'o]]
 
 
| align="center" |[[File:Chernoborg_banner.jpg|center|140px|link=Chernobog]][[Chernobog]]
 
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| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Ouroboros_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Ouroboros]][[Fallen Ouroboros]]
 
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| align="center" |[[File:Arda_Nova_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Arda Nova]][[Arda Nova]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Arda_Nova_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Arda Nova]][[Arda Nova]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Arda_Nova_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Arda Nova]][[Fallen Arda Nova]]
 
| align="center" |[[File:Fallen_Arda_Nova_Banner.png|center|140px|link=Fallen Arda Nova]][[Fallen Arda Nova]]
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| colspan="4" style="background: rgba(255, 255, 102, 0.6);color:#000000" |'''Deusphages'''
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| colspan="4" style="background: rgba(255, 255, 102, 0.6);color:#000000" |'''Adaptives'''
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| colspan="4" style="background-color: rgba(179, 0, 0, 0.6);color:#ffffff;" align="center" |'''Additional Information'''
 
| colspan="4" style="background-color: rgba(179, 0, 0, 0.6);color:#ffffff;" align="center" |'''Additional Information'''

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Aragami (荒神 "violent god") are the enemies of mankind players battle throughout the God Eater Games. In God Eater lore, they first appeared suddenly and without warning in the 2050s. They are violent in nature and devour everything, including themselves under certain conditions.

What is an Aragami?Edit

While they take on the form as one being, an Aragami is actually composed as an colony of hundreds of thousands of semi-sentient single-celled organisms known as Oracle Cells that group around under an Aragami Core - also known as the "Oracle CNS," that acts as the Aragami's "central nervous system. These cores, if extracted intact, can be altered to create an Artificial CNS for use with the creation of God Arcs. In short  Aragami are superorganisms with swarm intelligence that takes on a variety of formations. These forms can appear as organic, artificial, even mythical - hence the name "Aragami."
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Oracle Cells.

Their desire to consume any sort of matter is controlled by the Bias Factor. Scientists from Fenrir work day and night to perfect the armor wall's shielding against Aragami attacks. Aragami will refrain from eating anything that is highly similar to its own being, unless they are extremely desperate, rogue or unstable. In the game it is thought that Aragami are starting to evolve in new ways and some are starting to resemble humans. It is also thought that some Aragami are able to use photosynthesis, which is why the planet has maintained the air.

Through consumption of their surroundings Aragami can adapt and evolve to fit into their environment. For example, those in a hot location make take on "Blaze" traits, or those in a cold location will take on "Freeze" traits. When this happens, it creates a Fallen species.

How to Kill an AragamiEdit

Aragami can't be killed by conventional weapons -  hence normal guns and swords ain't gonna cut it. The only way to truly kill an Aragami is to extract the Aragami Core by using the only weapons capable of doing so, the God Arc. Removing the Core makes the Oracle Cells lose their cohesion and dissipate into nothingness.

Types of AragamiEdit

Aragami come in many forms and sizes. Those that first appeared in God Eater are categorized as Small, Medium and Large. More recent entries to the series are explained here:

PsionsEdit

Psions are a new category of Aragami first introduced in God Eater 2. Heavily modified versions of existing Aragami species, they emit unusually powerful bias fields that influence nearby Oracle Cells, thus exerting control over other Aragami. As God Arcs are themselves Aragami of a sort, they cease functioning in the presence of a psion, leaving most God Eaters helpless against them. Only the third-generation God Arcs used by Blood are unaffected by this. However, by awakening Blood Arts any God Eater can gain the ability to fight back against these creatures. It is ultimately revealed that psions are the result of regular Aragami undergoing a mutation after coming into contact with the Red Rain.

Wild Arc SoldiersEdit

Arc Soldiers or God Arc Soldiers were first introduced in God Eater 2. While not Aragami at first, many of the un-recovered Arc Soldiers have turned into proper Aragami thanks to exposure to the Red Rain.

Arc AberrantsEdit

Arc Aberrants are a new type of Aragami introduced in God Eater 2 Rage Burst. They are aragami that appear to have been fused with God Arcs which they use to perform special attacks. Most of these Aragami are said to have been created by Dr. Rachel Claudius's will.

Ash AragamiEdit

A new type of Aragami introduced in God Eater 3. Thought to of appeared with the Ashlands, they are also known as "Calamity Aragami."

Humanoid AragamiEdit

Humanoid Aragami are said to be an extremely rare phenomenon.

List of AragamiEdit

List of Aragami
Small Aragami
Ogretail Banner
Ogretail
Fallen Ogretail Banner
Fallen Ogretail
Vajratail Blaze Banner
Vajratail (Blaze)
Vajratail Spark Banner
Vajratail (Spark)
Zygote Banner
Zygote
Fallen Zygote Blaze Banner
Fallen Zygote (Blaze)
Fallen Zygote Freeze Banner
Fallen Zygote (Freeze)
Fallen Zygote Spark Banner
Fallen Zygote (Spark)
Cocoon Maiden Banner
Cocoon Maiden
Fallen Cocoon Maiden Blaze Banner
Fallen Cocoon Maiden (Blaze)
Fallen Cocoon Maiden Freeze Banner
Fallen Cocoon Maiden (Freeze)
Fallen Cocoon Maiden Spark Banner
Fallen Cocoon Maiden (Spark)
Night Hollow Banner
Night Hollow
Dreadpike Banner
Dreadpike
Abaddon Banner
Abaddon
Amor Banner
Amor
Silky Banner
Silky
Medium Aragami
Kongou Banner
Kongou
Fallen Kongou Banner
Fallen Kongou
Fierce Kongou Banner
Fierce Kongou
Rakshasa Kongou Banner
Rakshasa Kongou
Chi-You Banner
Chi-You
Fallen Chi-You Banner
Fallen Chi-You
Sekhmet Banner
Sekhmet
Gboro-Gboro Banner
Gboro-Gboro
Fallen Gboro-Gboro Blaze Banner
Fallen Gboro-Gboro (Blaze)
Fallen Gboro-Gboro Freeze Banner
Fallen Gboro-Gboro (Freeze)
Golden Gboro-Gboro Banner
Golden Gboro-Gboro
Yan Zhi Banner
Yan Zhi
Kabbala Kabbala Banner
Kabbala Kabbala
Yaksha Raja Banner
Yaksha Raja
Yaksha Tivra Banner
Yaksha Tivra
Ukonvasara Banner
Ukonvasara
Ontovasara Banner
Ontovasara
God Arc Soldier Buster Blade Banner
God Arc Soldier
Rampage God Arc Soldier Long Blade Banner
Rampage God Arc Soldier
Silver God Arc Soldier Long Blade Banner
White Iron God Arc Soldier
Barbarus banner new
Barbarus
Guuzou banner
Guuzou
Havakiri
Havakiri
Large Aragami
Vajra Banner
Vajra
Dyaus Pita Resurrection Banner
Dyaus Pita (God Eater Resurrection)
Dyaus Pita Banner
Dyaus Pita (Heavenly Father)
Prithvi Mata Banner
Prithvi Mata
Ravana Banner
Ravana
Golden Vajra Banner
Golden Vajra
Arius Nova Banner
Arius Nova
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Nova's Larval Body
Prithvi Mata Banner
Balfa Mata
Quadriga Banner
Quadriga
Fallen Quadriga Banner
Fallen Quadriga
Tezcatlipoca Banner
Tezcatlipoca
Sariel Banner
Sariel
Fallen Sariel Banner
Fallen Sariel
Aether Banner
Aether
Nyx Alpha Banner
Nyx Alpha
Borg Camlann Banner
Borg Camlann
Fallen Borg Camlann Blaze Banner
Fallen Borg Camlann (Blaze)
Fallen Borg Camlann Spark Banner
Fallen Borg Camlann (Spark)
Chernoborg banner
Chernobog
Queen maiden banner
Queen Maiden
Hannibal Banner
Hannibal
Corrosive Hannibal Banner
Corrosive Hannibal
Blitz Hannibal Banner
Blitz Hannibal
Spartacus Banner
Spartacus
Caligula Banner
Caligula
Rufus Caligula Banner
Rufus Caligula
Caligula Xeno Banner
Caligula Xeno
Marduk Banner
Marduk
Garm Banner
Garm
Demiurge Banner
Demiurge
Ouroboros Banner
Ouroboros
Fallen Ouroboros Banner
Fallen Ouroboros
Arda Nova Banner
Arda Nova
Fallen Arda Nova Banner
Fallen Arda Nova
Venus Banner
Venus
Kyuubi Banner
Kyuubi
Magatsu Kyuubi Banner
Magatsu Kyuubi
Mukuro Kyuubi Banner
Mukuro Kyuubi
Chrome Gawain Banner
Chrome Gawain
Magna Gawain Banner
Magna Gawain
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Orochi
CO header
Crimson Orochi
The Person Who Opens the World Banner
World Opener
World Closer Banner
World Closer
Einherjar Banner
Einherjar
Last Vestige Banner
Last Vestige
God Arc Soldier Version Zero Banner
God Arc Soldier Zero
Voltuma banner
Voltumna
Lord rah banner
Ra
Anubis banner new
Anubis
Nuada banner
Nuada
Deusphages
Susano'o Banner
Susano'o
Hera Banner
Hera
Zeus Banner
Zeus
Amaterasu Banner
Amaterasu
Poseidon Banner
Poseidon
Tsukuyomi Banner
Tsukuyomi
Adaptives
Namhaid Nuadha
Additional Information
For more information on each Aragami including Norn Database descriptions, material prefix, resistances & weaknesses and images, click on the names listed above.

See Also: Materials.

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