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Fighter is the generic term used to refer to the combatants in the Overlord series.[1] Besides being a job class name for some, individuals not belonging to the class can still be classified as one to some degree by having different roles elsewhere.

Background

Apparently, individuals who have acquired a level or more in the Fighter class were always associate with a combination of warrior classes or with some magic caster classes. Fighters are viewed as either a warrior, magic caster, or a hybrid of both who fights offensively on the battlefield.

In the New World, such people were known to undergo physical training as warriors and be affiliated with several organizations. Some are known to have one of the following classes like Knight, Mercenary, Guardian, or other kinds to go along with the class of Fighter be it magic caster or warrior types.

Nonetheless, even without the Fighter class, there are people like Ainz Ooal Gown and Gagaran[2] who were still regarded as typical fighters themselves due to the various means they possessed or make usage of to befittingly called that classification.

For instance, Shalltear Bloodfallen was the Great Tomb of Nazarick's best one-on-one fighter due to her powers and abilities.[3] While so, specific people from the Roble Holy Kingdom with the Paladin class can be seen as what excellent fighters are comprised of literally.[4]

Nonetheless, any individuals with non-fighter classes are considered as a fighter in their own way as they happen to excel at other areas like ranged combat. A Monk like Halisha Ankara is of one prime example among them.[5]

Known Fighters

Known Fighter-type Monsters

Known Fighter Groups

Known Classes

  • Insect Fighter
  • Noble Fighter

Abilities and Powers

Fighters are deemed to be the kind of frontliners one can find in melee battle. Such fighters not only fought their foes in close combat, but also with whatever sort of weapon they specialized in using.

Trivia

  • Prince Barbro of the Re-Estize Kingdom was said to be the strongest fighter within the royal family.[19]
  • The Kingdom’s Warrior-Captain, Gazef Stronoff, was famed as the strongest fighter in the land. The reason for that reputation was due both his extraordinary swordsmanship skills and the five heirlooms of the Kingdom he was allow to use.[20]
  • Evileye believes the adventurer Momon of Darkness to be the strongest fighter in the land.[21]
  • Osk's dream was to raise an ultimate warrior, Go Gin and make him a strong fighter.[22]
  • Hekkeran was Foresight’s strongest and most skilled fighter in their party.[23]

References

  1. Overlord Volume 10 Character Sheet: Baziwood Peshmel
  2. Overlord Volume 01 Chapter 11: The Final Battle of the Disturbance
  3. Overlord Volume 11 Chapter 1: Preparing for an Unknown Land
  4. Overlord Volume 12 Chapter 2: Seeking Salvation
  5. Overlord Volume 13 Chapter 4: The Siege
  6. Overlord Volume 10 Character Sheet: Baziwood Peshmel
  7. Overlord Volume 05 Character Sheet: Brain Unglaus
  8. Overlord Volume 05 Character Sheet: Climb
  9. Overlord Volume 02 Character Sheet: Cocytus
  10. Overlord Volume 05 Character Sheet: Gazef Stronoff
  11. Overlord Volume 07 Character Sheet: Hekkeran Termite
  12. Overlord Volume 10 Character Sheet: Leinas Rockbruise
  13. Overlord Volume 02 Character Sheet: Narberal Gamma
  14. Overlord Volume 10 Character Sheet: Nimble Arc Dale Anoch
  15. Overlord First Half Chapter 21: First Request Part 3
  16. Overlord Volume 11 Chapter 3: The Impending Crisis
  17. Overlord Volume 04 Character Sheet: Zaryusu Shasha
  18. Overlord Volume 04 Character Sheet: Zenberu Gugu
  19. Overlord Volume 09 Chapter 2: Preparations for the Battle
  20. Overlord Volume 01 Chapter 4: Confrontation
  21. Overlord Volume 10 Chapter 2: The Re-Estize Kingdom
  22. Overlord Volume 10 Chapter 3: The Baharuth Empire
  23. Overlord Volume 07 Chapter 4: A Handful of Hope
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