Can the 4 Nations band together to defeat the villainous Sirens? On today's Azur Lane: Crosswave update, Commanders are introduced to the Sirens, Observer and Purifier, alongside 4 additional characters.
A long-haired, lethargic girl who calls herself a ghost. She's more like an otaku, really, but her unique battle tactic of attacking from blind spots makes her no different than a ghost in battle. She declined the invitation to attend the Joint Military Exercise many times, but she finally caved and joined. Then again, she did want to meet old friends, so it couldn't be helped. In particular, she really wanted to see Ayanami again.
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A relaxed, easy-going heavy cruiser of the Royal Maid unit. When the need arises, she can show how she got to be a part of them. With how peaceful the world is, there aren't many opportunities for her to get serious, but as luck would have it, Suffolk would be involved in a certain major incident at the Joint Military Exercise...
San Diego's naval history within Eagle Union places her next to Enterprise in terms of accomplishments, but... she has a knack of doing whatever she pleases, and often takes action in the most unexpected way, which surprises many around her. Oddly enough, even if she takes things easy, she seems to arrive at great results so often that she's referred to as a "smart idiot" sometimes. Whether there's merit to that remains to be seen. Because of her nature, her actions during the Joint Military Exercise will surely cause quite a stir.
A petite, older sister whose memory isn't very good. She can't remember things that happened but five minutes ago. Her sense of direction is pretty bad, too. Her traits could make her a burden, but her friends, along with the memos she carries to remind herself of things, help her along quite a bit. In the end, she has proven herself and the results show. Odds are that she doesn't remember why she's participating in the Joint Military Exercise, but that doesn't seem to be bothering her very much at all.
Meet the powerful enemies from Azur Lane: Crosswave! Observer and Purifier are two of the Sirens, a mysterious group that appeared from nowhere...
Among the Sirens is the Observer whose work involves her namesake: to observe those who are able to connect and interface with the history and lore of the naval vessels. She is rarely ever seen partaking in any matters of the world. She holds a twisted view towards the humans and Kansen that can only be explained as being eerie and complex, which are reflected by her menacing weaponry. What happens after her observation this time is unknown...
A member of a mysterious group that appeared from nowhere... the Sirens. Among them, Purifier is very prudent in attaining the group's "goal." She has an aloof, holier-than-thou attitude. For some reason, she is upset over the peace in this world. It's no wonder she would try to cause a stir during the Joint Military Exercise. She's working on some kind of plan, but will it succeed?