An self-proclaimed adventurer, travelling the world in search of romance. Having read the legendary explorer Montana's auto-biography, "Montana's Adventure Log," at a young age, she decided to follow in his footsteps and become an adventurer herself, at which time she left her hometown. Though not particularly adeept at fighting, her quick wittedness has somehow helped her to continue along on her journey.In-game description
Helena is a supporting character from Final Fantasy Brave Exvius. A adventurous girl who aims to follow in the footsteps of the legendary adventurer Montana, Helena rediscovers an abandoned castle and later meets Rain's party in the optional Realm of the Dragon King, which is Bahamut's lair.
At a young age, Helena read the auto-biography of the legendary explorer Montana, called "Montana's Adventure Log". She then decided to follow in his footsteps and become an adventurer herself, at which time she left her hometown. Though not particularly adept at fighting, she relies on her own quick wittedness during her journey.
A little before Rain's party steps foot into Gronoa, Helena had been there investigating on her own. She examines an underground castle, accompanied by a mercenary named Camille; she came across the dwelling an elven couple (a nowadays rarely seen race), Lunera and Bran as well as an important document detailing one of their friends, the famous dwarf called Ruggles. Eventually, the stories she discovered would come to be known by everyone around the world.
Helena meets the party at the Realm of the Dragon King.
Helena appears as a 4-6★ summonable unit. Her job is listed as Adventurer, and she focuses on providing support to the party, and herself, but is unable to deal much damage on her own. She has wide array of equipment options: daggers, swords, katanas, bows, hammers, spears, instruments, whips, throwing weapons, guns and fists for weapons; light shields, hats, clothes and light armor and accessories.
Helena is the Latin form of Helen. Helen is the English form of the Greek name Ἑλένη (Helénē), which is also a Greek word meaning "torch" or "corposant". It may also be derived from σελήνη (selḗnē), the Greek word for "moon".