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Posted 10/10/15 , edited 10/14/15
Title says it all. I'm only including ones that we've seen in action, so I have not included Amo's trigger. I also skipped Kuga's because...c'mon. The thing copies other triggers and is just totally broken. And it doesn't seem to have a name yet.


1. Fujin (Wind Blade) - A sword that can generate up to 11 ghostly tendrils of light in addition to a substantial main blade. Although the tendrils cannot attack directly, Fujin can expend a tendril to transmit an extremely fast slash through surfaces such as the ground or walls to strike anywhere that the wielder can see, making it very difficult to defend against. After using all 11 tendrils to emit slashes, Fujin requires a brief period to reload and regain the 11 tendrils in order to continue to use the remote slashes. Fujin is a finesse-type trigger.

Its weakness seems to be its "reload" time and the fact that its main attacking blade is not stronger than a normal trigger. It is also stated to be "too specialized" for offense, so it may have limited defensive ability. Additionally, it seems that the number of tendrils may be determined by the user's trion ability/level. When used by Jin, there were 11 tendrils. When used by Miwa, there were only 6.


2. Organon (Staff of Stars) - A sword disguised as a staff that can generate six circular tracks of varying sizes, as desired by the wielder, around the wielder upon which powerful trion blades revolve at extremely high speed. Its slashes can cut through anything and the blades can also be used defensively to cut down approaching enemies/projectiles and to protect the user from attacks below by acting as a levitating platform. Organon is probably a power-type trigger. It is the only power-type black trigger that has been revealed so far, the other being Amo's trigger.

Its weakness seems to be that it destroys indiscriminately, so the user cannot readily fight alongside allies or things that are of value that should not be destroyed. In addition, there is a blind spot beneath the user. Although the user can block attacks coming from below with Organon's rotating blades, this means those defending blades are unable to attack while being used for this purpose.


3. Alektor (Egg Crown) - An orb that allows the wielder to create various animals from his own trion energy. Although it has no direct attack and the trion animals will only affect other things made of trion, the trion animals will turn anything they touch into helpless trion cubes, including shields, other triggers, and even other trigger users' trion bodies. It seems that the user is able to freely control what type of trion animal is formed and also has fine control over their movements, making Alektor a trigger that easily bypasses trion-based defenses. It's probably a finesse-type trigger.

Its weakness is that it does not affect non-trion objects and entities. However, since only trion objects and entities can harm a trion body, this is a difficult weakness to exploit. This trigger requires a lot of trion to use.


4. Vorvoros (King of Mud) - A small creature-like object that attaches to the user. It is a liquid trigger that allows the user to turn from solid to liquid or gas form. The user may re-form parts of the liquefied or gasified body into solid spikes to attack enemies from crevices or from within their own bodies (if they breathe in the gas). The enemy's defeat is virtually guaranteed once the enemy breathes Vorvoros' gaseos form. It can also allow the user to make dummies of his own vital points in order to help defend them from attack. It is a finesse-type trigger.

Its weakness seems to be its relatively slow speed and the vulnerability of the user's vital points when in gas form. However, the ability to form dummies to guard vital points helps reduce the number of chances to exploit the weakness.


5. Speiraskia (Shadow of the Window) - An orb that allows its wielder to open interconnected gates of various sizes and in various places for quick, sneaky transportation. There seems to be a condition that must be met for the user to form a gate somewhere, but it is unknown. The user can also create deadly spikes that shoot out of the gates to attack enemies from unexpected angles. The open gates can be used by the wielder to observe enemies and monitor enemy movement. It is a finesse-type trigger.

Its weakness seems to be that anyone can use these gates, including enemies and their projectile attacks. In the anime, we see at least one instance when an enemy shoots bullets through the portal to hit the user's ally on the other side. This trigger requires a lot of trion to use.
Posted 10/10/15
OMG, a fellow WT fan. It's so rare to find one on this forum. Such an underrated anime.

I pick #5, but I think Mira is an asshole.
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Posted 10/11/15 , edited 10/11/15

GayAsianBoy wrote:

OMG, a fellow WT fan. It's so rare to find one on this forum. Such an underrated anime.

I pick #5, but I think Mira is an asshole.


True. I don't know why nobody seems to like it. WT is a great anime, IMO. I'm so sick of overpowered or very talented protagonists in action anime like this. And then you get Osamu, who realizes he is weak. He has no talent, low trion levels, and is not athletic. And he is probably not a better strategist than most of the good fighters we've seen. No side effect, too. And his main trigger is defensive. Yet he claws his way up somehow and is currently trying to make himself stronger.

I could really imagine myself being a character stronger than him and telling him to just give up. To me, it seems hopeless, but the anime would not advance if he makes no progress so I know he's somehow going to find a way to succeed, and that's what keeps me watching. That and I like some of the other characters. There are so many, yet several Border agents have yet to be revealed.

Anyway, Visa was probably my favorite of the Aftokrator humanoid invaders. I love how he is so wise and looks so easygoing but he has the shadow of a twisted personality. It's a tossup between Fujin and Organon. I'm leaning toward Fujin. Even though it doesn't seem to be a power-type trigger like Organon, its power is very efficiently used and the slashes seem ridiculously hard to defend against.
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Posted 10/11/15
out of these choices i have to go with fujin
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Posted 10/14/15
Fujin is love. Fujin is life.
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Posted 10/14/15
Fujin , fujin everybody c'mon say fujin is love and life too
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Posted 10/17/15
From watching the anime since the beginning to the currently released episodes, I would also go with Fujin. From what I've seen it doesn't require a massive amount of energy as opposed to the Alektor or the Speiraskia.
Posted 10/17/15
Fujin !!!!!!!
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