If players are able to obtain Glasya Labolas the moment it becomes availible in Chapter 2-2, Morrow can recieve a significant increase in his stats, especially with the summon's boosts in HP and attack. However, Glasya Labolas is easily outclassed as the player progresses through the game and obtains stronger signets.
In the original free-to-play versions of the game there were two variations of the summon, a variant that taught Last Resort abilities and a second variant that taught Silence Strike abilities. Initially, both versions of the Glasya Labolas signet could only be obtained by default through the game's summon draw shop and could be equipped by any party member. However, the Last Resort-version of the summon could be obtained naturally when the Deathlord joined the party at the end of Chapter 7.
While the summon's form is based on the recurring giant design of the enemy of the same name, its Runaway Train (果てしなき暴走, Hateshinaki Bōsō?, lit. Unlimited Runaway) attack derives from Doomtrain who shares the same in Japanese. In addition, the summon's final signet depicts it with an orange color scheme similar to Doomtrain's appearance.
Glasya Labolas's special attack is Runaway Train, which deals moderate dark-elemental damage to all enemies and lowers down their attack, magic, and speed for three turns. Summoning Glasya Labolas costs 2 bars from the Summon Gauge.
|Rank||AP Required||Max HP||Max MP||Max Attack||Max Magic||Max Speed||Components Needed|
|2★||100/100||269||9||20||10||9||Black Gem I|
|3★||150/150||329||10||24||12||10||Black Gem II|
The following are the abilities Morrow can learn from Glasya Labolas:
|Silence Strike I||Ability||One Enemy: Physical attack.|
Inflicts silence (1 turn)
|Silence Strike II||Ability||One Enemy: Physical attack.|
Inflicts silence (2 turn)
|Silence Strike III||Ability||One Enemy: Physical attack.|
Inflicts silence (3 turn)
Glasya-Labolas is derived from one of Goetia's demons, the mighty President of Hell who commands thirty-six legions of demons. He is depicted as a dog with the wings of a griffin. He is mentioned in the 17th century Grimoire, The Lesser Key of Solomon.In demonology,