Appearance: Aristotle stands very tall, towering over most fellow navis. Aristotle is never seen without his book, which he usually steadily writes in. Aristotle records his hypothesis in this book, as these hypothesis turn into attacks that he can use. Aristotle bears a blue and red cloak that reaches all the way down to his feet, and the cloak billows behind him. He is shaded in blue, and has a red cross across the middle of his chest.
Personality: Aristotle seldom acts sociable, but when he does, he is often very "snobbish," looking down on other navis for not sharing his intellect. Sir Charles and Aristotle often get into heated debates about random subjects, from everything to their past to the reactions of chemicals in a stable isotope. Aristotle has also been seen speaking in Ancient Greek to himself, and only Sir Charles can understand him when he does this.
Custom Weapon: Aristotle turns to page one, and reaches into his book. He pulls out a sword with a blue, hilt, encrusted with rubies. Aristotle slashes his sword at his opponent, sending shockwaves out of the end of the blade. When Aristotle charge attacks, he can stab his sword into the ground, sending out a ripple shockwave. Arondight also transforms into the chips Sir Charles slots in. Aristotle only sheaths his sword when out of battle or using a sig attack.
Signature Attack: The Five Elements — Air: Aristotle turns his book's page to page two. A cyclone fires out of the book towards the enemy knocking the enemy away from Aristotle.
- 50 damage (50 sig points)
- Knockback (10 sig points)
- 2 turn cool down