Former school that appears in the Blue Archive.
One of the predecessors of Trinity Sogo Gakuen. However, because he opposed the integration, he was persecuted by the integrated Trinity, exiled from the territory, and disappeared from the front stage. ... However, underwater preparations are underway, and on the day of the conclusion of the Eden Treaty, a large-scale terrorist attack was carried out at the ceremony venue, calling itself the "Eden Treaty Organization (ETO)" and declaring war on Trinity and Geyena. Make a decree. Although it is an Arius branch school, it does not seem to function as a school, and Mika of Trinity says, "Can a student who does not learn anything be called a student?" Also, it seems that the shooting range is under the bridge instead of the shooting range, and it seems that the equipment is insufficient probably because it was hidden. It seems that the passage of the Old Testament at the beginning of the article is used instead of the slogan, and the English abbreviation "ECC.12: 8" indicating the passage is written somewhere in the equipment. (Ecclesiastes (Book of Mission) 12: 8) The emblem is a skull, a rose, an inverted triangle, and "Vanitas vanitatum. Et omnia vanitas." By the way, this is a Latin notation, which means "the evangelist says," the sky is empty, everything is empty "" in Japanese. The skull and roses are probably based on the still life Vanitas. The main characters are currently known to be a quartet called Arius Squad. (See below) The appearance of the firearms used, such as the Scorpion EVO3, Magpul M4, and FIM-92, has not been arranged. (By the way, I have MGL-140 in the standing picture of the mob.) Also, many people wear things like gas masks, and for those who have "runaway" with mysterious armor, they evaporate and disappear when they are defeated. Many of the halos who belong to this place have a shape very similar to the title logo of this work, but the relevance is unknown. Azusa's transfer source from Trinity, she wears the emblem of her power. The original story of the name seems to be Arius, a Christian priest who was excommunicated by denying the Trinity theory, and his sect.