Arietta the Wild - Yenra Picture Wiki

One of the Six God-Generals, Arietta the Wild (妖獣のアリエッタ Yoju no Arietta) of Tales of the Abyss is a timid girl who was raised by ligers after losing her parents to the Hod war.


She controls monsters and animals which aid her in battle and wishes to take revenge on Luke's party for killing the liger queen that raised her. She resents Anise for taking her place as Fon Master Guardian, unknowing that the original Ion whom she had fallen in love with had died and was replaced with the Ion that Anise was assigned to. It is revealed by Largo that Van deliberately refrained from informing her of the real Ion's death since it was believed that she would kill herself if she knew. She is killed during a duel with Anise after Ion sacrifices himself by using up too much of his strength while reading the Hidden Score. She is the first of the God-Generals to die causing Largo, who oversaw her duel with Anise, to swear to avenge her. Her voice actress in Japanese is Satsuki Yukino and her English voice actress is Kate Higgins.

Arietta the Wild

As a former Liger Queen's Mau, Arietta the Wild was raised by ligers, which are feline beasts within the game's world, after her parents' death in a tidal wave. This unique upbringing among beasts in the forests of the Qliphoth grants her the ability to communicate with monsters, earning her the title "The Wild." She has a deep connection to the game's protagonist, Luke, as she was replaced as the Mau servant of the Fon Master Ion by a replica, Mieu, following Luke's appearance. This replacement becomes a source of intense rivalry and a deep-seated grudge that propels much of her character's motivation throughout the story.

In "Tales of the Abyss," Arietta is first introduced as an antagonist, serving as one of the God-Generals under command of the primary villain, Van Grants. Despite her fierce exterior and strong abilities in battle, Arietta's character is marked by a sense of innocence and naiveté. Her loyalty to Van and the other God-Generals stems from her reliance on them after losing her beast family. Throughout the game, players uncover her complex feelings of abandonment, loss, and her desperate need for belonging. Her character arc is both tragic and compelling, as it highlights the game's overarching themes of identity, the meaning of family, and the painful process of growing up and finding one's place in the world.