Ki in Namco × Capcom

Ki (カイ, Kai) is a priestess from the kingdom of Babylim and a close friend of Gilgamesh. When the kingdom was taken over by the Sumer Empire and later by the demon Druaga, Gil was enslaved and got hurt during his tasks. Ki nursed him and wished to do something to help him and make the kingdom return to normal. Ishtar attended Ki's prayers and told her that she must return the Blue Crystal Rod, giving her a magic tiara to protect her during the quest.

Game appearancesEdit

In The Quest of Ki, Ki goes inside the Tower of Druaga to recover the rod and meets the holy dragon Quox, which helps her by showing shortcuts. After reaching the 60th floor of the tower, she discovers Druaga had split the Blue Crystal Rod into three rods, and Druaga captured her by transforming her into stone, rendering her powerless.


Ki transformed into stone

In The Tower of Druaga, Gil manages to defeat Druaga and saves Ki, returning her to her original form.

In The Return of Ishtar, Ki and Gil must find a way out of the tower. Ki can use the Blue Crystal Rod to attack with fireballs, and she learns other magic attacks during the game.

In The Blue Crystal Rod, Ki travels with Gil to find a way to return the Blue Crystal Rod to Anu. In most endings Ki becomes the queen of Babylim.

Three years after Druaga's defeat, Ki and Gil would soon marry in The Nightmare of Druaga: Fushigino Dungeon, but Ki is kidnapped by Skulld and sealed in the basement of the Dark Ruins from the Tower of Druaga. After Gil manages to free her, Ki and Skulld disappear.

Ki is mentioned in Seme COM Dungeon: Drururuaga and can be summoned with the Spell Card #25.

"Young Ki" is a playable character in Druaga Online: The Story of Aon.

Appearances in other gamesEdit

Ki and Gil are playable characters in Namco × Capcom, where Ki uses her attacks from The Return of Ishtar.

In Tales of Destiny, Ki was captured by Druaga and the party must reach the 60th floor of the tower to save her.

Ki also has cameo appearances in many Namco games such as Klonoa Heroes: Densetsu no Star Medal, in some games from the Namco Museum series, as an alternate costume for Sophitia in Soulcalibur II, and in Marvel Land.

In the animeEdit

Ki awakens from the old tower

Ki in the anime The Tower of Druaga: The Sword of Uruk

In the anime Ki has a great-granddaughter named Kaaya that looks just like her. Ki was the wife of Gilgamesh, the legendary king of Uruk and slayer of Druaga. She died from grief shortly after the death of her son but returns as a sort of spirit advisor to Jil and his group, but her real purpose to free her husband from his immortal cage.

Other gamesEdit

In Soulcalibur II, Sophitia's 3rd costume is modeled after Ki, the heroine of The Tower of Druaga. Also, one of Sophitia's weapons is the Blue Crystal Rod & Blue Line Shield, which also comes from The Tower of Druaga and its sequels.