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The Dyaus Pita (known as Heavenly Father in God Eater Resurrection) is a large sized tiger-like Aragami first introduced in God Eater that possesses the ability to harness the power of lightning to attack its enemies.

Norn Database

The following information can also be found via descriptions of the Aragami found in the NORN Terminal's database.

God Eater Resurrection

Closely related to the Dyaus Pita, but does not have its characteristic wing-like limbs, making it more closely resemble a Vajra in it's actions.

While it lacks the offensive output of a Dyaus Pita, its body hardens when activated, improving its defenses vastly. Breaking bonds early to prevent this is advised.

ATK Element : Divine, Spark
Weaknesses : Divine

God Eater 2 Rage Burst

A variant of the Vajra discovered three years ago, this Aragami was the first type 1 deusphage confirmed by the Far East Branch. Inky black fur, a malevolent appearance, powerful electrical strikes, incredible defense, and battlefield mobility have all led to it being named the "Dark Emperor." When active, its body hardens yet further. Try to break part of its armor before this happens, exposing the more vulnerable body underneath.

ATK Element: Divine
Weaknesses: Divine

Additional Information

Music Theme

Trivia

  • Dyaus Pita is the name of the Rigvedic Sky Father.
  • In God Eater Resurrection, aside from dropping the aforementioned materials, the Mission to fight the Heavenly Father (One on One) has a 100% probability to reward a unique Aragami material, the Cronus Crown (古王ノ冠).

For battle information check the Advanced Information page.

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See Also (related species)

Vajra, Dyaus Pita (God Eater Resurrection), Dyaus Pita (Heavenly Father), Prithvi Mata, Ravana, Golden Vajra, Arius Nova, Arius Nova (Larval), Balfa Mata.

Other Large Aragami

Vajra, Quadriga, Sariel, Borg Camlann, Hannibal, Caligula, Marduk, Demiurge, Ouroboros, Arda Nova