Lolithia in Alter Code: F

Lolithia, sometimes localized as Lilithia, is the name of a Golem in the original Wild Arms and remake Wild Arms Alter Code: F.

Wild Arms

Rudy, Jack, and Cecilia were serving the scientist Emma who lives in Adlehyde, she needed to remove the Golem she had found on the scales near Adlehyde. The group departs for Lolithia's Tomb and manages to retrieve the sleeping golem, which would later be presented at the Ruins Festival, an event promoted by the king.

Lolithia in Ruins Festival

During the festival, if you check the plate with Lolithia's description we find the following remark that say this Golem is known as The Ice Queen, and in ancient legends it froze the enemy demons to death.

Excavation: near Adlehyde

Height: 53 feet

weight: 120 tons

After being robbed by the demons during the attack on Adlehyde on the day of the Ruins Festival, he remains without appearing most of the time, eventually he will be faced in Photosphere, during the passage of Rudy, Jack and Cecilia by the site.


HP Experience Gella Drops Weak
15000 6300 5500 None Fire
Attack Description
Basic Attack Hits 1200 damage
Spells Cold Sleep, Absolute Zero

Trickster: Mega Berry

Wild Arms Alter Code: F


Lolithia attacks

In-game description of Lolithia from Wild Arms Alter Code: F:

Lolithia - Inhibitor Golem, Frost Disaster
Can freeze enemies by controlling their molecules` electromagnetic energy.

It was controlled by the Elw about 1,000 years ago, created to combat the demons, and is one of the several perfect war weapons who Rudy and his team will face before facing Mother of Darkness as it's stolen by the

demons (along with two other Golems) during the demon's attack on Adlehyde during the Ancient Culture Exhibition.

Hanpan remarks that the Golem was programmed to no longer be functional after fulfiling its job as a weapon.

 Wild Arms 5 

As per the tradition of alluding to Wild Arms mythology, Avril Vent Fleur was dubbed as the Lilithia in the original Japanese screenplay, where in English this title was adapted into "The Ice Queen." They even share the same attack, "Absolute Zero".