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The kind-hearted princess of Tycoon. Bartz rescues Lenna, who had lost consciousness from a meteorite impact, and together they journey to protect the crystals. Finding her long-lost sister, and experiencing many other meetings and partings, through thick and thin, her conviction to her kingdom, her subjects, and to saving the world drives her on.
Lenna's appearance combines elements of her Yoshitaka Amano artwork and in-game sprites from Final Fantasy V. She has short, banged pink hair and wears a belted, orange traveling dress with sheer sleeves that drape around her shoulders and sashes around her waist.
When Lenna arrives, she immediately tries to help a dragon that has been poisoned in battle with another monster. The dragon, maddened by pain, strikes her down and continues its rampage. Faris is the first person to spot her when the party enters the area. She, Galuf, and the others are unable to rouse Lenna and take her to a safer place to treat her injuries.
After Lenna is revived, Bartz is relieved that she still remembers who they are (as amnesia had been revealed as a possible side-effect of the Torsions). Lenna's first concern is for the dragon, which was crying out for help, and she insists that Faris not blame it for injuring her. Still, she thanks everyone for helping her, and Cecil is impressed that Lenna's first concern was still for the dragon in spite of what happened.
When Terra returns from scouting, her information makes it clear that it is too late to save the dragon, and Lenna reluctantly agrees that the best thing they can do is kill it to end its suffering. After they defeat it, Lenna quietly enlists Vivi and Eiko to dig a grave for the dragon, which they cover in flower seeds. Yuna assures her that the dragon must be grateful for the kindness, and the party affirms their resolve to solve the problem of the Torsions so that such tragedies don't happen in future. Lenna, Bartz, and Galuf decide that they will return to the grave when the flowers have bloomed so that they can pay their respects.
|Aevis Killer (V)
|5★ (EX)||70||Equips the EX Ability Brave Phoenix.|
|A red bow based on the high-ranked bow obtained from the Phoenix Tower in Final Fantasy V.|
|Hayate Bow (V)
|5★||35||Allows Wind Drake Arrow to be mastered after 1 use.
When Wind Drake Arrow is used (either version), raises the BRV gain and grants it to all allies, grants Hiryū's Blessing to all allies, improves its existing effects and adds a BRV Regen effect.
|A bow with fang-shaped rubies decorated on both ends.|
|Silver Bow (V)
|5★||15||Allows Rapid Fire to be mastered after 2 uses.
Increases the potency of Rapid Fire and Rapid Fire+. When Rapid Fire+ is used, increases the potency of Initial BRV Down and Max BRV Up and extends their duration.
|A bow with a dragon-shaped grip.|
|Angel Ring (V)
|5★||90||MAX BRV+220 and DEF+84|
|A ring decorated with a pair of angel wings.|
|Hyper Wrist (V)
|5★||35||HP+680 and INT BRV+110|
|A wrist guard decorated with a dragon-shaped silver piece.|
- Command abilities
|BRV, Physical, Ranged|
|Default 1-hit attack that lowers the enemy's bravery gauge.|
|HP, Physical, Ranged|
|Default 1-hit attack that lowers the enemy's HP gauge.|
|BRV, Ranged, Buff, Debuff|
9-HIT BRV attack. If there's more than 1 enemy, the BRV hits are randomly dispersed (AoE).
|Wind Drake Arrow
|HP, Ranged, HP Regen, Buff|
|Wind Drake Arrow|
Raises BRV based on Initial BRV before inflicting an HP attack. Grants Hiryu's Blessing for 2 turns. Hiryu's Blessing raises Debuff Evasion Rate and grants HP Regen.
Wind Drake Arrow+
|BRV+HP, Ranged, Party BRV, Overflow, Buff|
|2-HIT AoE BRV+HP attack. Raises all party members' BRV based on Initial BRV before the BRV hits. Moderately raises BRV damage dealt against a single target. BRV stolen can overflow up to 120% Max BRV.
HP damage dealt is divided equally amongst all targets. Grants Princess of Tycoon for 6 turns. Princess of Tycoon grants BRV regen and raises Initial BRV for all party members.
- Passive abilities
- Lenna getting hurt in the course of assisting a sick dragon is something which happens twice in Final Fantasy V.
- The planting of flowers on the dragon's grave and their intention to return references the ending of Final Fantasy V, when the party returns to the Guardian Tree to pay their respects to Galuf and his spirit causes flowers to bloom.