Hierarchy of Laguna
An Angel shaped like a cart wheel. The impetus behind this fateful form was the Creator's desire to craft an Angel designed to compel humanity to continue its struggle and feel no satisfaction at surpassing others. Enchants protect the field of God from human encroachment and are further responsible for passing communication to Paradiso and correcting the trespasses of humanity.
Enchants are fast and use fire as their main element. They are capable of splitting themselves in half and rushing Bayonetta to electrocute her, or merely ramming her to set her ablaze. Both attacks do minor damage, but the electrocution attack does a bit more.
Enchants can also be found attached to the walls and floor. In this state, they do not move, but can fire extremely fast spheres of lightning at Bayonetta. Dodging these allows for Witch Time, but since they are so fast, it's not advisable to use them for this purpose. Approaching an Enchant that is in the wall or floor will prompt them to remove themselves and act as a normal Enchant would.
If one is weakened and stunned, Bayonetta can grab one and spin it around, which causes heavy damage to anything it hits. After a predetermined time frame, Bayonetta will throw away the Angel, killing it.
In Judeo-Christian mythology, Angels, malakhim are the lowest order of the angelic hierarchy, and the most recognized. They are the most human, and most concerned with humans, and were usually depicted as the traditional winged humanoids with halos that pervade popular culture.
- Enchants may be considered as female angels due to their female human faces and their woman legs.
- Though the game classifies them as of the order of Angels, the Enchant actually closely resemble the Thrones, or Ophanim - the third rank of Angels that appeared as flaming wheels that pulled (or sometimes comprised) the chariot of God.
Bayonetta (Gallery) • Jeanne (Gallery) • Zero • Enzo • Rodin (Gallery) • Luka • Cereza (Gallery) • Antonio Redgrave • Umbran Elder • Rosa • Father Balder (Gallery) • Jubileus the Creator
Masked Lumen (Gallery) • Loki • Loptr • Aesir
Handguns • Scarborough Fair • Onyx Roses • Shuraba • Kulshedra • Durga • Odette • Lt. Col. Kilgore • Sai Fung • Bazillions • Pillow Talk • Rodin • All 4 One
Love Is Blue • Rakshasa • Alruna • Kafka • Chernobog • Undine • Takemikazuchi • Salamandra • Master Sword • Arwing Guns • Chain Chomp • Umbran Armor • Unforgiven • Holy Glaive
Affinity • Dear and Decorations • Enchant • Applaud • Ardor • Irenic • Beloved • Kinship • Fairness • Grace and Glory • Fearless • Harmony • Inspired • Braves • Gracious and Glorious • Joy
Acceptance • Belief • Accolade • Valiance • Cachet & Compassion • Urbane • Enrapture • Fidelity • Gravitas • Allegiance • Hideous • Hatred • Fury • Pain • Pride • Greed • Malicious • Resentment • Sloth
Contracted Demons • Gomorrah • Malphas • Hekatoncheir • Scolopendra • Phantasmaraneae • Little Devils • Madama Butterfly • Madama Styx • Queen Sheba
Labolas • Mictlantecuhtli • Baal • Hydra • Diomedes • Carnage • Madama Khepri • Omne • Fortitudo • Temperantia
Golem • Fortitudo • Temperantia • Iustitia • Sapientia • Father Balder • Jeanne • Jubileus the Creator •
Gomorrah • Valiance • Glamor • Masked Lumen • Valor • Insidious • Prophet • Alraune • Balder • Loptr • Aesir • Rodin, The Infinite One